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Tuesday 7 November, 2017 Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Fax 5368 2764 Vol 11 No 43

A fruitful weekend
By Jessica Howard the start of the season and it’s nice to see fresh local Other highlights will include a local produce trail,
produce that we haven’t had in Australia for nearly a carnival located at the Village Green carpark and a
It’s nearly that time of year again when Moorabool 12-months”. maker’s market hosted by the Bacchus Marsh Arts
celebrates the summer fruit season in Bacchus Marsh. Local growers situated along the Bacchus Marsh Council.
The annual three-day Strawberries and Cherries Avenue of Honour will be open throughout the Mr Durham encouraged both residents and tourists to
Weekend will start on Friday November 17, and will weekend for pick-your-own and freshly picked fruit. also take a trip to the Bacchus Marsh Village Shopping
transform the town into a festival spectacular, filled Mr Durham said this year’s event will build on the Centre, which will come to life with a giant roving
with market stalls, food vendors and fresh, juicy success of the 2016 festival, which brought in 17,000 strawberry and free face painting and balloons.
produce. people. A fireworks spectacular will help celebrate the start of
Bacchus Marsh Tourism Association president, David “All of the feedback we received from last year’s event the summer fruit season from 7pm on Saturday.
Durham said it was great to see the introduction of the was really positive,” he said. Local residents will have the opportunity to enjoy the
fresh fruit season. “Because of that, we’ve decided to close the Main festival, before the out-of-town crowds, on Friday.
“The Strawberries and Cherries Weekend is a perfect Street again to make way for market stalls and food The annual Strawberries and Cherries Weekend will
opportunity for local farmers to get a good start with vendors. While everything is linked back to the farms, run from 10am to 5pm daily, with Saturday night at the
both local and travelling customers,” he said. the festival also showcases all of the local people who Village Green carpark extending until 10pm. For more
“Generally, the fruit is really nice and flavorsome at have their own little businesses”. information, visit www.visitbacchusmarsh.com.au.

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Crystal clear winner
By Jessica Howard Hospitality Award
Winner: Gordon Bleu
Greendale’s Commercial
Glazing has scored a hat- Home Based Business Award
trick at this year’s Ballan & Winner: Dazzling Debutantes
District Chamber of Com-
merce Business Excellence Local Produce Award
Awards. Winner: Harmony Garlic
The local business took out
the 2017 Business of the Year Retail Award
Award and the Trade Ser- Winner: The Gordon Post Office
vices Business Award.
Owner Simon Ross, who es- Professional Services Award
tablished the business with Winners:
his father in August 1988, Rayner First National and,
was also awarded the Out- Cartier World Travel
standing ‘Tradie’ Award.
Commercial Glazing spe- Accommodation Award
cialises in glass and glazing Winner: Pykes Creek Estate
repairs throughout Bacchus
Marsh, Ballan, Daylesford, Manufacturing Award
Ballarat and Melbourne. Winner: Ace Kitchen & Cabinetry
Judge Peter Forbes, Busi-
ness and Industry Develop- Debbie and Simon Ross from Commercial Glazing picked up three awards on the night, Trade Services Award
ment at Melton City Council, including Business of the Year. Photos – Helen Tatchell Winner: Commercial Glazing
said the local business was who I have looked up to, the splash backs and their dead- “All the finalists should be
well-known for producing McLean’s St Anne’s Winery line was 9am Sunday morn- extremely proud of what Young Achiever Award
remarkable work. being one of them”. ing,” Mr Ross said. they bring to Ballan and dis- Winner: Abbey Kick – Amber Hair Studio
“When some construc- Over 22 years, Commer- “We had it done by 8:45am”. trict,” he said.
tion would take two weeks, cial Glazing has developed The Ballan and District
Outstanding ‘Tradie’ Award
In 2016, Commerical Glaz-
Commercial Glazing takes working relationships with a ing was the winner of the Community Bank Branch of Winner: Simon Ross – Commercial Glazing
two-hours,” he said. number of major companies Crown Contractor/Supplier Bendigo Bank was the major
In receiving his awards, Mr including Crown Casino, of the Year Award. sponsor of the Ballan & Dis-
Mayor’s Award
Ross said he was in shock. National Australia Bank, Luke Calder, Ballan and trict Chamber of Commerce Winners:
“I think the key thing to Telstra and The Grand Hyatt. District Community Bank Business Excellence Awards, Susan Lau & Alex Ng (Bacchus Marsh Foodworks)
success is being observant The local business has also manager, commended Com- which was held for the sec- Ruth and Mark Mills (The Plough Hotel)
and watching other suc- appeared on the Australian mercial Glazing for their ond time on Friday October
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Finishing touches complete Storing weapons
backfires
By Jessica Howard

The Navigators tennis
courts are ready for some
summer action. By Jessica Howard
The local tennis club has
worked tirelessly to improve A man found with three unregistered rifles and a gun
the tennis court facilities. silencer says the firearms were family heirlooms, a court has
Works included building a heard.
concrete retaining wall to re- A search warrant executed by Moorabool CIU at a Bacchus
place an old timber wall and Marsh property on August 17 this year found the weapons
replacing the chain-mesh hidden underneath the bed of Tom Tyler.
fencing around the courts. The accused appeared in the Bacchus Marsh Magistrates’
Club president David Reyne Court on Friday October 27 charged with possessing an
said the upgrades increased unregistered Category A longarm.
the facilities’ safety and The court heard the rifles, dating back to the 1890s, and
immunity. the 1961 silencer were once owned by Tyler’s father and
“The old retaining wall was grandfather.
rebuilt using concrete sleep- The firearms were not registered or safely secured.
ers, making it last longer;
Tyler’s defence, Mr Hancock said his client had an emotional
and the old wire fence was
attachment to his family’s old possessions.
replaced with new black
powder-coated chainlink. He said the firearms were untouched and no ammunition
“The upgrades make our fa- was located within the house.
cilities a lot safer, kids won’t “These family heirlooms had not been seen for 20-years.” he
have to go chasing the ball said.
as much, and it brings the Mr Hancock said Tyler was 16-years-old at the time of his
whole facility up to scratch. firearm license expiring.
“The courts were resur- However, Magistrate Mark Stratmann said if the accused
faced about six or seven had once held a license, he should have known better.
years ago and they all blend “[The firearms] aren’t in a cabinet... you don’t have a license.
in well now with the new “Houses are being robbed all the time and firearms are
upgrades”. Moorabool Mayor David Edwards at the Navigators tennis courts. Photo Helen Tatchell being stolen. This is extremely serious offending”.
Moorabool Shire Council
Mr Hancock said upon reflection, Tyler understood the
funded more than $40,000 of Edwards said the Navigators small hamlets within our night from 5:30pm for coach-
potential dangers of storing unsecured and unregistered
the project, while the Navi- reserve was a picturesque shire progress with the hard ing. The courts are located at firearms.
gators Tennis Club commit- setting. work from the community
the Navigators Community He said the accused had no prior convictions and was a
tee contributed $5,000 worth “The playground and bbq volunteers.”
of labour as an in-kind Centre, located on the cor- charitable business man.
facility complement the The 2017/18 tennis season
commitment. new works and it is always has commenced, with the ner of Navigators and Lyons Tyler was convicted and fined $2000. The firearms were
Moorabool Mayor David astonishing to see these club meeting each Monday Roads, Navigators. ordered to be destroyed.

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Add 42 minutes
to train travel
By Kate Taylor Ballarat to Southern Cross have on travel times. Southern Cross at the mo-
to become a 59-minute jour- “The Ballarat Mayor, Sa- ment, but it will become an
He may be preparing to ney – and the way that’s mantha McIntosh, has said 80 minute trip if it becomes
leave the office of Mayor and proposed to happen is by that it’s a priority to have electrified.”
return to his role as an East extending the metropolitan the electrified line extended Cr. Edwards said what is a (L-R) Rohan (G5), Milli (G5), Aaron (G5) and Ben (G4).
Ward Councillor, but Dave service to Bacchus Marsh. to Bacchus Marsh. that’s priority for Ballarat is going Photo Jessica Howard

On course
Edwards is still willing to It would mean that the Bal- because it would mean that to disadvantage Bacchus
start a fight. larat train would not have to the Ballarat service wouldn’t Marsh residents.
Mayor Edwards is set to stop at any stations past Bal- have to stop there, or at any “What we should be asking
fight against train travel lan, but it would also mean of the metropolitan stations, commuters is are you happy
times from Bacchus Marsh that the Bacchus Marsh train and it could be a 59-minute for electrification to come all
to Southern Cross doubling would pick up all of the met- service which is what they the way to Bacchus Marsh -

theme
if the line does become an ropolitan stations along the are aiming for,” Mayor Ed- we should start that fight I
electrified one, as currently way instead. wards said. think, because 38 minutes is
proposed. Moorabool Mayor Dave Ed- “But that means that the going to be pushed out to 80
There’s a push, led by Bal- wards told the Moorabool Bacchus Marsh service minutes with new stops and
larat Mayor Samantha McI- News that Bacchus Marsh would pick up all those sta- electrification.”
ntosh as part of the action commuters have not been tions along the way into Samantha McIntosh’s office Myrniong Primary School students donned their best race
group for the entire Ballarat made aware of the impact Melbourne – it’s a 38-minute was contacted for comment wear last week as they shared in the spirit of the Melbourne
rail line, for the line from that electrifying the line will trip from Bacchus Marsh to however none was received. Cup, with their own Myrniong Cup parade.

Violent offender refused bail
By Jessica Howard son believed the victim had at home.
stolen his motorbike. “I need him to help me as
A young man has been re- As the vehicle approached much as he needs me to help
fused bail following a violent an exit-ramp to the Western him,” he said.
attack on his ex-girlfriend Highway, near Darley, the “He needs to change... I
and roommate. victim allegedly made an need him to change”.
Damien Janson appeared attempt to exit the vehicle, Police prosecutor Leading
in the Bacchus Marsh Mag- however, Janson grabbed Senior Constable Lisa Schoe-
istrates’ Court on Friday him by the ankles and told maker said the accused was
October 27 charged with a the co-accused to “drive an unacceptable risk to the
number of offences includ- faster”. community.
ing criminal damage, inten- The victim made a failed She said Janson had con-
tionally cause injury, pos- attempt to call triple-zero sistently failed to appear in
sess methylamphetamine before jumping out of the court and would continue
and driving an unregistered vehicle, resulting in grazes to offend and interfere with
vehicle. to his body. witnesses in the matter.
The court heard the Bac- The victim then proceeded At the time of writing, Jan-
chus Marsh resident hit his to run to the Bacchus Marsh son had spent 17-days in pre-
35-year-old ex-girlfriend Police Station. sentence detention.

ballan CUP
across the face on August 30 Police attended the home of His defence, Mr Tim Tyler,
this year before forcing his the accused’s parents the fol- said while drugs were the
roommate into a vehicle. lowing day. leading cause of his client’s
Janson and his brother, the The court heard the co- offending, Janson had not
Saturday 11 November 2017 co-accused, allegedly threat- accused attended the Bac- used methylamphetamine
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made a series of threats, tell- that if his son was bailed, he serious and that the accused
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going to torture him by ty- rules, including a curfew. swer bail.
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Connect with us! him. ing operations and needed custody and will appear in
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Newborns in
the district Bacchus Marsh Flower and Garden Show
Results Cakes
Garden Produce - Margaret Wardell Single tier edible decorated cake,
Pot Plants - Lyn Foster Adult Amateur
Junior - Melton West Kindergarten 1st Robyn Spiteri
Australian Natives - Cathy Powers Single tier edible decorated cake,
Cut Flowers - Wendy Lesko Professional
It is a girl for Barry’s Reef Roses - Carol Strong 1st - Kerry Robbins
parents Sarsha Gordon and
Yucel Caltikusu. Arriving on Floral Art - Janine Burzacott 2nd - Lauren Briscoe
Thursday 26 October, Aysha Best Overall Exhibit - Janine Burzacott 3rd - Mary Clancy
Caltikusu weighed 3050 grams
and was born at 2.55pm. Aysha Section Winners Single tier edible decorated cake,
is a new sister for Ayden. Tree, Flower or Shrub, Adult Amateur
16&Under
1st - Susanna Dominguez
1st - Katelyn Taylor
2nd - Jacob Spiteri
3rd - Hilary Taylor 2nd - Eliza Wales
Tree, Flower or Shrub, 16&Under 3rd - Jenna Franks
1st - Allyra Beavis 6 Edible decorated cupcakes,
2nd - Charlotte Verrico
Adult Amateur
3rd - Sidney Walker
1st - Belinda Lipscombe
Nicole Gledhill and Jamie Photo of a Garden, Adult Amateur
1st - Hilary Taylor 2nd - Laura Edwards
Coolman from Bacchus Marsh,
have welcomed a little girl to 2nd - Hilary Taylor 3rd - Jacqui Huxtable
their family. Weighing 3440 3rd - Di Van Vliet
grams, the yet to be named 6 Edible decorated cupcakes,
Photo of a Garden, 16&Under
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October at 10.50am and is a 1st - Brody Verrico
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3rd - Alex Verrico 2nd - Kailani Hillyer
HC - Charlotte Verrico 3rd - Iesha Spiteri Decorated cake Robyn Spiteri.

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Cr David Edwards will step down as Mayor tomorrow, Wednesday November 8.

Books are knowledge
Geoff Howard and the school captains at Ballan Primary School. Photo – Damien Wieland
Photo – Helen Tatchell

The year By Jessica Howard

More than 80 bookworms from Ballan Primary School have celebrated their success in this

that was
year’s Premier’s Reading Challenge.
Member for Buninyong, Geoff Howard attended the school on Friday (October 27) to award
each student with a certificate.
The Premier’s Reading Challenge encourages young people to read more books, more often.
Mr Howard said to qualify, participant students in prep to year-two read over 30 books over
a six-month period, while students in years-three to ten read 15 or more.
By Kate Taylor the following year as I have in good stead as Moorabool “Some students demonstrated their love of reading by reading many more books,” he said.
work and family commit- moves forward. “Reading is a vital skill and the Premier’s Reading Challenge is a simple, effective way for
As of tomorrow, Moorabool ments that will be my pri- young Victorians to discover the joy of a good book, and establish life-long reading habits.
“As the Mayor I have been
will have a new Mayor – the mary drive for the next 12 extremely fortunate to “It’s great to see the enthusiasm that Ballan Primary students have for taking up the challenge
question is, who will it be? months, and I don’t think it to read more books – which will have long-term benefits for their learning in the future”.
see the work of a number
Current councillors Pat would be fair to the commu- Mr Howard congratulated the 81 students who completed this year’s challenge and the
of councils bear fruit and
Toohey, Paul Tatchell and nity or my family if I didn’t teaching staff and parents at all participating schools for supporting the challenge.
Moorabool shire have been
Tom Sullivan have all served give it 100 per cent.” To find out more about the Challenge visit www.education.vic.gov.au/prc.
able to open important pro-
previous terms as Mayor – For the year that has been, jects such as the Darley early

One bad apple
and the question of whether Cr Edwards is thankful. Years Hub and Halletts Way.
an experienced former
“It has been a big year and “Most importantly, we have
Mayor will be re-elected to
the Mayor role consumes completed a number of key
the role will be answered
much time, effort and en- strategic documents such as
tomorrow.

spoils the bunch
ergy. I thank my family, the the Small Towns Strategy
As outgoing Mayor Dave
community, councillors and and Town Structure Plans
Edwards prepares to hand
Council staff for their sup- that will be the driver for
the role over, he has spo-
port and assistance.” delivering controlled and
ken to the Moorabool News
Along with the highly de- well-managed growth that By Jessica Howard fruit and vegetables for sale The court heard that on
about the life and times of
manding nature of the role, will ensure we don’t lose the and indicated to exit the December 4, 2015, Condon
being Mayor of Moorabool.
Cr Edwards found many character of our 61 towns An opportunistic roadside Freeway near Myrniong. was convicted for similar of-
Cr Edwards made the deci- vendor has been fined for the
benefits. and hamlets.” When approaching the road fences after illegally trading
sion not to put his name for- second time in two years for
ward to be re-elected to the “The last 12 months has Councillors will vote to ap- reserve, the community on the Western Highway in
been great and provided point Moorabool’s next May- using public land to illegally safety officer observed the
annual role, mainly because Melton West and Rockbank.
many new experiences, and or tomorrow, Wednesday 8 sell fruit and vegetables. accused engaging with cus-
of the substantial amount of At the time, Condon ap-
has certainly helped me November at the Statutory A Moorabool Shire Council tomers in what appeared to
time that must be dedicated peared in the Sunshine
grow as a person,” Cr Ed- & Annual Appointments community safety officer ob- be the sale of fruit, vegeta-
to the role. Magistrates’ Court and was
wards explained. meeting in Ballan. served the vendor, Damien bles and eggs.
“When I put my hand up for convicted and fined $2,500.
And as for Cr Edwards’ Condon operating a tempo-
Mayor, it was because I was “I have found it very hum- The court heard Condon
ideas on who will be wear- rary food premises at the Alison May of Elliot Staf-
in the position at work (as an bling to lead the council and had set up a table behind
ing the Mayoral robes next? Myrniong road reserve on ford and Associates, rep-
engineer with the defence represent the whole commu- the utility tray of his vehicle,
the Old Western Highway resenting Moorabool Shire
department) and I had a bit nity of Moorabool.” “We have some really good with white corflute signs ad-
on January 14 and July 8 this Council, told Magistrate
of leave up my sleeve, so I He said that council has people in Council who I’m vertising the price of goods.
year.
knew I had the time to do it,” achieved many things over sure will be great leaders, The accused was issued Stratmann that the accused
Cr Edwards explained. Condon allegedly con-
the past 12 months and built and I look forward to work- with an advisory letter, an had a “flagrant disregard for
ducted trading and erected
“Personally, I have chosen some very strong relation- ing with the new Mayor over infringement and a Notice both Council and the court”.
advertising signs without
not to run for Mayor for ships that will put the shire the coming months.” to Comply to cease itinerant She said the maximum pen-
obtaining a permit in ac-
trading without a permit. alty for the offending was
cordance with the Moora-

Council Clip
bool Shire Council General Satwinder Sandhu, Moora- $60,000.
Local Law 2010. bool Shire Council, General The accused was convicted
The accused was sum- Manager Growth and De-
and fined an aggregate
moned to the Bacchus Marsh velopment, said temporary
amount of $5,000 plus costs
Magistrates’ Court on Friday food businesses must be reg-
By Kate Taylor to establish objectives and principles that of $880 to Moorabool Shire
October 27, however after istered and comply with the
outline when it is appropriate for Council Council.
failing to appear, the matter Food Act and Food Stand-
A new borrowing policy is in place at to undertake borrowings within a sound Mr Sandhu said in deter-
was heard ex-parte before ards Codes.
Moorabool Shire Council. financial management framework; set out
“Food safety is imperative mining whether to grant a
It was developed following the Essential the manner in which Council may establish Magistrate Mark Stratmann.
in keeping our community permit, Council must con-
Services Commission recommendation, after and manage a debt portfolio; and to ensure The court heard that on
both days, the community safe,” he said. sider a “number of issues in
approving council’s application for a rate cap Council’s new borrowings comply with
variation in the 2016-17 financial year, that legislative requirements. safety officer observed a “Those who operate on a accordance with our General
Moorabool develop a formal borrowing and Councilors voted at the October 4 council number of handmade signs road or land under the con- Local Law and any other
debt management policy. meeting to approve the policy, which is erected along the Western trol of Council must also ob- legislation before issuing the
The purpose of the Borrowing Policy is available for viewing at council offices. Freeway, which advertised tain a permit to do so”. permit.”
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Dexter cooking with
Mrs Winter. Emma and Ailah painting the artwork. Photos Helen Tatchell

Not just ABC & 123
By Jessica Howard
(L-R) Lisa Speirs (Heart Foundation); Claire Sutherland (Bacchus Marsh Community St Brigid’s Primary School added something
Unlimited); John Robertson (Darley Community Art Garden); Jeremy Van Langenberg
a little bit different to the curriculum last
(Darley Community Art Garden) and Andrew Dyson (Active8). Photo - MSC

Healthy State award
month.
Each Thursday, students took park in a
number of elective subjects ranging from
circus tricks and painting to card making,
cooking and bike tricks.
Before the Ordinary On Thursday October 19, the Moorabool
News visited the school, where students split
Meeting of Council on
into groups made up of varying grades and
Wednesday November 1, an juggled, gardened, played netball, and baked
official presentation of the and decorated cupcakes.
Heart Foundation’s Local Groups also removed the old wooden ani-
Government Awards trophy mals from the front garden that make up Jugglers Jet & Nicholas.
and framed photo of the the school’s Noah’s Ark display and sanded
them back before re-painting them. we now have a total of 14 clubs operating
successful recipients was each Thursday afternoon.
bestowed. Principal Gabrielle Driscoll said the pro-
gram was the brainchild of St Brigid’s staff “Each child had the opportunity to choose
Moorabool Shire Council members. the club they would most like to participate
was recognised for “[The program was] another way we could in. As each group is cross age in nature, it
improving the region’s provide opportunities for our students to ex- is quite inspiring to see the older children
health through not one, but plore and learn new skills in an environment working to help and support the younger
that encourages them to be continually open children in the group”.
two local programs: ACTIV8
to new learning and take learning risks in a Ms Discroll said St Brigid’s was delighted
and the Darley Community
safe way,” she said. with the success of the program to date.
Art Garden. (MN 31 October
“We invited community members to volun- “We will certainly be looking to continue
article). Mayor David Edwards with Lisa Speirs (Heart Foundation). teer to lead these small group sessions and them in 2018”.

Moorabool Shire Council
NOTICE OF ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL EMPLOYMENT
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Wednesday 6 December, 2017 in Council invites applicants for the following vacancies:
the James Young Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh, commencing at 5.00pm. Business Excellence Advisor – Part Time Position 2.5 days a week.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. Applications close COB on Wednesday 8 November 2017.
School Crossing Supervisor – Casual Position.
COMMITTEE MEETING Applications close COB on Friday 10 November 2017.
The next Committee Meeting will be of the S86 Development Assessment Committee,
All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
tomorrow Wednesday 8 November, in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan
commencing at 3.30pm. (PLEASE NOTE: last week this was incorrectly advertised as being
SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL
held at Lerderderg Library).
Notice is hereby given that a Statutory and Annual Appointments Special Meeting of the
Members of the public are most welcome to attend.
Moorabool Shire Council will be held in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead Street Ballan, tomorrow
Wednesday 8 November, 2017 commencing at 6.00pm.
HAVE YOUR SAY – STREET TREE POLICY
The business to be conducted at the meeting is as follows:
Moorabool Shire residents are being given an opportunity to make a submission to Council’s
1. Statutory and Annual Appointments Process
Draft Street Tree Strategy 2017-2031, after Councillors voted recently to exhibit the draft plan
2. Former Mayor’s Report
for public consultation.
3. Vote of thanks to outgoing Mayor
The draft Street Tree Strategy will be out for public consultation until 14 November, 2017.
4. Determining the Term of Office of Mayor
The strategy is available from Council offices and on the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.
5. Election of Mayor
au/consultations.
6. Determination to Elect a Deputy Mayor
7. Election of Deputy Mayor
2017 REMEMBRANCE DAY SERVICES
8. Mayor and Councillor Allowances
The Remembrance Day Services in Moorabool Shire on Saturday 11 November 2017, will
9. Special Committees of the Council - Section 86 Delegated Committees of the Council
be held at the following locations:
10. Advisory Committees of the Council
Bacchus Marsh service will commence at 10.30am, at the Cenotaph, in front of the Soldiers
11. Council Appointments to Working Groups, Industry Bodies and Forums
Memorial Hall, Main Street, Bacchus Marsh.
12. Moorabool Shire Council Meeting Framework
Ballan service will commence at 10.30am at the Cenotaph, in front of the Post Office, Inglis
13. Further Business as admitted by unanimous resolution of the Council
Street, Ballan. The following road will be closed between 10.30am–12.00pm to allow for this
The Statutory and Annual Appointments Special Meeting of Council will be
service to be conducted:
open to the public and members of the public are most welcome to attend.
• Inglis Street Ballan (between Stead and Fisken Streets)
Council staff will manage the temporary road closure for Inglis Street.
For further information, please contact Jake Bandy, Team Leader Civil Maintenance, Operations
on 5366 7100.

Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342 Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 CEO: Rob Croxford
Email: info@moorabool.vic.gov.au Web: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au Facebook: Moorabool Shire Council Twitter: @mooraboolshire
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WHAT’S ON
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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.

ADULT[Type
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here] Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535.
Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh) Saturday 18th Novembe
Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
Ballan & District Community House Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
Rear Mechanics Hall, Ballan. Term 4 program – OUT NOW. Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd,
All enquiries, bookings, classes & venue hire - call 5368 1934. Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705. St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre, 33-35 FRASERS SHED
Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.
Jonathan Drive, Darley. Short courses and classes. BM & MARKETS (Directly opposite Cross Roads, Ballan)
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. Ballan Lions Club Market
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College Next market – Saturday 2 December. First Saturday each
229 Main Road, Bacchus Marsh. Courses and classes. month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm. Enquiries – 0402 390 080
Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061. (Wayne).
Darley Market

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month at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345
145 (Alan).
BALLAN FOOTBALL NETBALL CLUB
Tuesday and Fridays 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall (next WOOL OFF DAY
Ballan Farmers Market
to Tennis Courts) Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome. Enquiries
to Maureen 0447173031.
Next Market – Saturday 11 November, 9am-1pm.
BE SHORN??
Saturday 18th November

Public Meeting
2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park.
St Andrew’s Playgroup Bacchus Marsh
Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130.
FRASERS SHED
(Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg (Directly opposite Cross Roads, Ballan)
St, Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & 3pm.
Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066. CHURCH
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group Ballan Uniting Church (St. Paul’s)
DO YOU HAVE
Small SOMEmobs.
to medium
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member
th Services – 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am. 4th Sunday 9.30am SHEEP TO BE SHORN??
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out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean
Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq-
Reflective Worship.
B3 Community – Focused, family friendly church with a
Drop off or pick-ups available.
Small to medium mobs.
Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036. difference. Services every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue
Ballan Playgroup at 8pm until 9:30pm
Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church
Bowling Club, Main St, Bacchus Marsh.
Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
Drop off or pick-ups available.
For more info on pricing or to arrange a
Hall - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St, For more info on pricing or
offtocall
arrange a pick-up/dro
905 558 Tamsin.  Dunnstown Community Hall
Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club
Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
pick-up/drop
DARREN HODGE 0407 682 353
Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills BRIAN SMITH 0428 608 238
229 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
Blackberry degrades agricultural land,
each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus MarshService
Ballan Anglers Inc Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 8.30am & 10am; Balliang -
making pasture unpalatable and
Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel,
7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome –
2nd Sunday 10.30am, 4th Sunday 9am. Myrniong – 1st & 3rd
Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
Church of the Living God
0400 003 936.
providing harbour for rabbits.
Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St
month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119. Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
Moorabool Landcare Network has
Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. What can the MooBAG Blackberry BALLAN
Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
received funding to undertake control in
Enquiries - 1300 660 068. Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
FARM BIOSECURITY
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
project do?
Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
WORKSHOP
the Lal Lal area and with the Landcare
at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
How to comply with the new
Enq - 0421 222 717. Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
group and community wish to identify
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc  Provide chemical subsidy
KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm.
LPA requirements and the
future of agriculture in Victoria
WHAT: Farm Biosecurity
Workshop
Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial Further details – 0429 681 566.

CONSIDERING
where control is needed. Guest speakers WHEN: Monday 13 Nov

 Provide control options and advice Dr Pat Kluver TIME: Workshop 3 – 6pm

Ballan Red Cross Bacchus Marsh Choral Group Veterinarian with over 25 years’ Pizza and
experience in sheep and cattle discussion with DJ

Come along to express an interestDo
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Arrange contractor spraying
production, expert in Johne’s disease
and farm biosecurity
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Luncheon & Flower Show
DOWNSIZING?
WHERE: Ballan Golf Club
VFF President David Jochinke (DJ)

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COST: $20
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Date: Friday,area
24th November 2017 at 12 Noon would welcome anyone who is interested. Details

ross Branch Tickets: $25.00 We have 4 or 5 rehearsals scheduled
action (Shire, V/Line and VicRoads)
 Developing your biosecurity plan
 Round table discussions

Tea and
Guest Speaker: Alan Barr coffee provided.
- Ballan Cemetery Trust for before the concert.  Pizza and chat over key ag issues

RSVP by 10 Nov 2017
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Great Family Living in Central Location Best regional buys
house price increasing 14.5
per cent while house prices
in Moe are up 9.2 per cent on
the same period last year.
Newborough was another
Gippsland town that offered
buyers value for money, with
a median house price of just
$230,000.
Buyers on a budget should
also consider the state’s
western districts, includ-
GIL KING ing Stawell where the me-
CEO, REIV dian house price is currently
$200,000. This is up 4.2 per
While regional house prices cent on September 2016
have increased almost eight figures.
per cent over the past year, Horsham and Hamilton
new REIV data shows there also offered affordable al-
are still plenty of affordable ternatives with median
opportunities for buyers house prices of $212,000 and
to enter the market for less $225,000 respectively.
24 Ryan Court, Bacchus Marsh
than $250,000. Other areas offering value
Price: $499,000 The REIV’s September quar- for money include Red
This is a perfect family home that provides plenty of space Cliffs, Maryborough and
ter figures show the top ten
both inside & out. Set on a large block of approximately Benalla with median house
most affordable towns in
780m2 & within walking distance to the Main Street & easy prices of $209,500, $210,000
Victoria all recorded median
access to the freeway. and $233,000 respectively.
house prices below $235,000.
Offering 4 generous bedrooms with BIRs, master with
The Latrobe Valley in Gipp- Meanwhile, Mildura has
ensuite & a large family bathroom. There is a very
sland was home to the state’s recorded the state’s highest
comfortable lounge & a spacious kitchen/dining/living
most affordable locations, turnover of homes this year
area which opens out to a lovely covered courtyard perfect
accounting for four of the with 547 sales. Located in
for entertaining. The home is also complete with ducted
top ten towns. the state’s north west, Mil-
heating and an air conditioner.
With a median house price dura is also affordable with
Externally the carport provides rear access to the very
of just $118,000 - less than a median house price of
spacious, private backyard where there’s plenty of room to
half the statewide median of $255,000.
add a pool or shed if desired (STCA). Please call today to
inspect this beautiful home. $385,000 - Churchill was the This was followed by Traral-
states most affordable town. gon which recorded 373
Nearby Morwell and Moe sales and a median house
also offered buyers an af- price of $295,000. High sales
fordable entry point to the volumes was also evident in
market with median house Warragul (281 sales), Drouin
prices of $182,000 and (265 sales) and Ocean Grove
$189,000 respectively. De- (247 sales).
spite their affordability, both For more information on
towns have experienced median house prices by
solid capital growth over the town, visit reiv.com.au/
year with Morwell’s median market-insights.

WANTED TO BUY
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place to simply call home – this property lends itself to multiple possibilities.
For Prior Sale or Auction Saturday 25th November at 11am

Agent: Matthew Edwards
0401 728 881
51 Lydiard Street South, Ballarat 3350
Phone 5331 1111 www.prdballarat.com.au
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Hurry 12 SOLD Alre

Bacchus Marsh 2 Burbidge Drive
BURBIDGE PLACE ESTATE – FINAL LAND RELEASE – 21 LOTS
The final 21 home sites to be released are now selling. Ideally located at the top of Bacchus
Marsh’s Main Street so close to Main Street shops, schools, freeway access and public transport.
Burbidge Place offers a premium lifestyle opportunity to all first home buyers showcasing
beautiful level homesites to choose from. No Development guidelines. No Timeline Restrictions.
1.5km From Village Shopping Centre. Great access to Public & Private schools.
Private Sale
Prices from $150,000
Inspect By appointment
Office 2/137 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 len@lensmith.com.au
Conjunctional agents Raine & Horne (John Snow) 0418 775 769

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Easy Living in Central Location Private Sale Buy Off the Plan - Save on Stamp Duty Private Sale
This traditional weatherboard home Save money on stamp duty by buying
offers a wonderful blend of period Price Reduced $474,000 off the plan on your new principle place Price $449,000
style and french provincial touches. Inspect Saturday 10.30–11.00am of residence. First home buyers SAVE, Inspect By appointment
Delivering a practical layout of 3 SAVE, SAVE. No waiting for titles, ready
bedrooms, master with ensuite, open Office 2/137 Main Street, to start building. 21sq with generous Office 2/137 Main Street,
plan living encompasses a functional Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 sized bedrooms. 2 living areas, study Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
kitchen allowing for seamless nook, ducted heating and evap cooling.
connection to an all-weather alfresco Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 900mm gas cook top in kitchen with Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
area. This is a fabulous home for first len@lensmith.com.au stone bench top and butler’s pantry. len@lensmith.com.au
home buyers & young families as well Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 Dishwasher, cloth line, mail box and TV Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
as a great downsizing option or savvy kelvin@lensmith.com.au antenna. 9 ft ceilings and remote DLG kelvin@lensmith.com.au
investment in a super-convenient locale. with internal access. Driveway, footpath
and front of house landscape.
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Arbee Real Estate
FOR SALE 31 Mimulus Road, Bacchus Marsh AUCTION 2a Station Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2
What Potential!!
Easy Living High exposure Site of approx. 1,960m2 with approx. 216m2 Factory.
Convenient low maintenance lifestyle. Master includes a WIR & ENS, 2 Imminently suitable (subject to Council permits) for re-development &/
additional bedrooms with BIRs. Central bathroom, separate toilet & or subdivision. Zoned Industrial 2 under Moorabool Planning Scheme.
laundry. 900mm oven, dishwasher & large pantry, & connects with the Extensive Station Street frontage, adjoins Railway Station Car Park.
open plan dining & living. Undercover entertaining and private Quality projects in the immediate vicinity. Vacant Possession.
backyard. Ducted heating, split system & remote double garage. Terms: 10% Deposit. Balance 90 Days
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $395,000 AUCTION Saturday 9th December at 11.00am
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FOR SALE 24 Ryan Court, Bacchus Marsh AUCTION 17 Griffith Street, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 1 Great Investment or Development Opportunity
Unique opportunity to purchase over 3,500 square metres of Industrial 2
Great Family Living In Central Location land in a high profile location on Griffith Street hill. Ability to earn dual
Set on large block approx. 780m2, walking distance to Main Street & easy incomes from the 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom, single carport home to the
access to freeway. 4 generous bedrooms with BIRs, master with Ens & front of the land & the 510sqm Factory (approx) to the rear. Both
large family bathroom. Spacious kitchen/dining/living opens out to properties are currently tenanted and returning a combined income of
covered courtyard. Ducted heating & A/C. Carport has rear access to $40,793pa. Bacchus Marsh is a great location for investment being only
spacious backyard, room to add a pool or shed if desired (STCA). 60kms from Melbourne, 57kms from Geelong & 61kms from Ballarat.

INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $499,000 AUCTION Saturday 2nd December at 11.00am
CONTACT Steve 0475 888 101 Denise 0456 044 024 CONTACT Steve 0475 888 101
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FOR SALE 18/96 Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 38 Stonehill Drive, Bacchus Marsh
1 1 1 3 2 2

Invest and retire in me ! Calling First Home Owners & Investors
This is an affordable modern one bedroom unit with a spacious lounge Very well presented 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, home with double garage
with split-system AC, a good size bedroom, kitchenette, and an and real street appeal. This property would suit owners occupiers and
updated bathroom with washing machine connection. Private investors alike. Situated on a 448sqm block, with much of the
courtyard and allocated parking space. Great option for those looking landscaping works done this home only requires the finishing touches.
for retirement living in a senior’s community.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $159,000 FOR SALE $395,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Steve 0475 888 101 – Denise 0456 044 024
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FOR SALE 6b Manor Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 14 Victoria Street, Bacchus Marsh
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• Separately titled 3 bedroom town house with no body corporate fees & • Recently renovated 3 bedroom home, all within walking distance to the shops,
currently rented until June 2018 returning approx. $16,000.00 PA. Private Sale: $380,000 - $395,000 public transport, schools & the Mason reserve. Private Sale: $380,000 - $410,000
• Downstairs you will find the lounge & further on the separate kitchen, meal, Inspect: Saturday 11th November • Formal lounge to the front of the home & the open living meal area to the rear. Inspect: Saturday 11th November
laundry, separate powder room & under the staircase is a study nook. • Double sliding doors from living open out to large undercover decked area.
12.00pm – 12.30pm 10.00am – 10.30am
• Upstairs are 3 bedrooms, the master with ensuite & WIR. The further 2 • Features include polished floor boards, split system, off street parking behind
bedrooms both have BIRs & service by an upstairs bathroom. Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 gates for two cars & a workshop to the rear. Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699
• Ducted heating & ducted cooling throughout & pergola area that is fully decked. Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au • Landscaped front yard & privacy screen with a tuck away seating/decked area. Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au
• DLUG with extra mezzanine storage area, land size approx. 360m2. • Land size approx. 615m2.

3 DALY COURT, BACCHUS MARSH 10 PAMELA COURT, BACCHUS MARSH
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AUCTION! 3 2 2 ONE OWNER – APPROX 1973m2 LAND 5 3 2
• 3 bedroom brick veneer all bedrooms with built in robes • Fantastic opportunity, 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom family home 24 years young.
• One bathroom with shower over bath and separate toilet Auction: Saturday 25th November • Two living areas and an open plan kitchen-dining area are the heart of the Private Sale: $640,000 - $670,000
• U-shaped kitchen overlooking rear yard at 1pm home which are located near the wide decked undercover entertaining area Inspect: Saturday 11th November
• Split system, combustion wood heater and gas wall heater • The master suite is located to the rear of the home with ENS and huge WIR.
Inspect: Saturday 11th November 2.00pm – 2.30pm
• Freshly painted and new carpet throughout • Further 4 bedrooms, one having an ensuite and walk in robe.
• Huge double carport and stencil concrete driveway 1.00pm–1.30pm • Features include: ducted heating and ducted evap cooling, Colorbond shed/ Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699
• Large double colorbond shed with extra high roller doors Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 workshop approx. 10.5x6m with fully lined office/studio within. Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au
• Rear decking and veranda and extra garden shed. Land size approx. 679m2. Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au • Lovely established yard, 2 x 23,650Lt water tanks including pump and hosing.

1998 GISBORNE RD, COIMADAI 22 LONE PINE SQ, BACCHUS MARSH 4 EVANS CT, BACCHUS MARSH 10 LOMANDRA AV, BACCHUS MARSH
NEW LISTING NEW LISTING OPEN FOR INSPECTION

URGENT SALE SPACIOUS FRESH FOUR BEDROOM TWO BY TWO PRISTINE PRESENTATION & AMAZING VIEWS!
• The home must be sold within the next few weeks and • Set on a comfortable 543m2 approx block is a spacious • Four bedroom brick veneer home. • Located in the popular Stonehill Estate is this gorgeous 5
any reasonable offer will be considered. 4 bdrm home with plenty to offer. • Two separate entries, two kitchens & two heaters. year old home on 512m2 (approx.).
• 5 bedrooms + study, 3 bathrooms, 4 living areas • All 4 bedrooms have BIRs, master has a WIR and ENS. • Two living areas and one study. • 3 bedrooms plus study & 2 living areas, this home is
• Huge shed with concrete floor • A kids retreat, rumpus & meals/living area. • Two bathrooms, two toilets & two laundries. spacious & light filled.
• 14 Solar Panels on the shed and 8 Panels on the house • The spacious kitchen comes fully equipped with SS • Two courtyards, two sheds and two parking spaces. • Master has WIR & full Ens & BIRs to the 2 bdrms.
• Solar heated swimming pool appliances including a 900mm oven and a dishwasher. • Walking distance to shops, sports grounds and public • Kitchen has huge WIP & overlooks the living & dining.
• Outstanding views over the Lederberg State Park • Rear roller door access, gas heating, split system air transport. • Both the living & lounge rooms have large sliding doors
• 17 Acre, 6.89 Hectare (approx.) conditioning, NBN, alfresco & water tank. • Land size approx. 651m2. which access the huge deck.
• Immaculate & established gardens surround the house.
Private Sale: $750,000–$820,000 Private Sale: $499,000-$529,000 Private Sale: $320,000 - $340,000 Private Sale: $549,000–$579,000
Inspect: Saturday 11th November 12.00pm–12.30pm Inspect: By appointment Inspect: Saturday 11th November 11.00am-11.30am Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Brendan Rayner 0439 354 059 Contact: Adam Tucci 0411 077 128 Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 Contact: Melonie Winch 0408 675 011
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scar on my heart. It will never beat the
A beautiful girl that lit up our hearts, with same again. You know I loved you, I toldToaircraft Dearest Sarah,
drive a fuel truck & trailer in the Bacchus Marsh area to support our helicopter firefighting
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the next life -our maybehelicopter you
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preferably live locally

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you shining Insurance
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have known it was the call of an Angel.by the COB
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th
Friday 10 October 2017.
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Sheryle , Rod, Shane, Liv , Nathan & Forever young.xx 2 columns x 6cm $
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have cried a million tears for you, and
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• Fixed Term (until
alwaysJune in my 2019)
heart, thinking of you - Erynne Campbell and Curtis and Caid- how you died.
and family on Sunday - and have a hug,
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Williams xoxo
Area No...it was how you LIVED and LOVED smile...and maybe a drink with them all.
Coordinators who will deliver services to people with a disability, their
- Love Charley Sweet xo
families and carers, within our Local Area CoordinationOur (LAC) Service.
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LEO—July 23-August 22

Stars & Puzzles
This is a colourful week in which you encounter creative
and offbeat individuals. A romantic relationship takes a
serious turn. You will find benefits in a health and fitness
programme.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
Your domestic environment becomes increasingly lively
through the week and early arrivals and last minute de-
lays keep you hopping. An older friend shows a surpris-
QUICK PUZZLE ingly generous side.

★★★★★★★★ LIBRA—September 23-October 22
If filling out forms, pay attention to instructions and resist
the temptation to add personal touches. Earning money
at home is accented. Romance is on the upswing.
★★★★★★★★ SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
The end of the week finds you and your partner engaged
in a battle of wits. Keep the tone light. Delays of all kinds
ARIES—March 21-April 20
can be frustrating through the weekend. Try to have
A competitor becomes more friendly, but on a personal alternative plans.
not professional level. A new romantic opportunity arises,
but the timing is not the best. An unexpected gift may SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
arrive on the weekend.
Express your worries you have at your place of employ-
TAURUS—April 21-May 22 ment - martyrdom is not your style. An exravagant streak
Relationships with superiors improve dramatically and should be checked before it gets out of control. Your
finances should take a turn in a brighter direction. A friend romantic intuition is strong.
is unusually difficult to please which allows your patience CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
to be stretched.
Recognizing your strengths and weaknesses leads to a
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 breakthrough in your personal life. A companion shows
The weekend features a domestic complication, perhaps a gentle side. The homefront begins to buzz with the
brought on by a surprise guest. In the workplace, reserve addition of bright new faces.
all judgement until you have heard every side of a very AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
complicated story.
NO. 9020 CANCER—June 22-July 22
The facts you have been waiting for arrive by the end of
the week - and may require considerable study. An out-
ACROSS DOWN Thursday or Friday spotlights financial and legal mat- spoken friend becomes an important ally. Your uncon-
1. Wither (4) 1. Mortal (5) ters. If travelling you may expect an unexpected com- ventional ideas win support.
7. Weight (9) 2. Material (5) panion. Creativity may lead to profitmaking.
8. Melody (4) 3. Christian dignitary (6) PISCES—February 20-March 20
9. Attempt (4) 4. Carefree (6) LEO—July 23-August 22 Avoid the tendency to take on more than you can or re-
10. Gain (4) 5. Monster (4) This is a colourful week in which you encounter creative ally want to handle. Simplification should be your key-
11. Fruit (4) 6. Fish (9) and offbeat individuals. A romantic relationship takes a word. Several delayed projects get the go ahead all at
14. Trainee (10) 12. Spontaneous (9) serious turn. You will find benefits in a health and fitness one time.
16. Forbidden (10) 13. Every (4) programme.
19. Gemstone (4) 15. Fuss (2-2) BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
22. Complacent (4) 17. Loveliness (6) VIRGO—August 23-September 22 In return for honesty, you give limitless affection. You
24. Relative (4) 18. Plain (6) are freedom loving and loyal and no one can or should
25. Thrash (4) 20. Throb (5) Your domestic environment becomes increasingly lively
through the week and early arrivals and last minute de- try to - fence you in. Domestic and financial responsi-
26. Criticism (9) 21. Beer (5) bilities will increase soon. Your career path may take an
27. Scorch (4) 23. Network (4) lays keep you hopping. An older friend shows a surpris-
ingly generous side. important new turn in about six months time.
CRYPTIC PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22
ACROSS If filling out forms, pay attention to instructions and resist
1. Facial blemish the spy has (4). 7, Help - the dealer? the temptation to add personal touches. Earning money

SUDOKU
(4,1,4). 8. The refusal to be by ourselves shows sense at home is accented. Romance is on the upswing.
(4). 9. Lead the son by the hand (4). 10. See you don’t
lose in the return (4). 11. Prepared to hold a place for SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
you (4). 14. Reminds one when one tries to gain access
(5,1,4). 16. What one did when cured of shoddy work- The end of the week finds you and your partner engaged
manship? (4,6). 19. Soothsayer who gives interviews?
(4). 22. Injure a limb, going to hospital (4). 24. Make out NUMBER GAME
in a battle of wits. Keep the tone light. Delays of all kinds
can be frustrating through the weekend. Try to have
it’s near (4). 25. Not a dab singer! (4). 26. Entered in the alternative plans.
records as losing to (5,4). 27. Postpone the visit (4). ANSWER BELOW
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
DOWN
1. Less dash (5). 2. She’s the novice who’s been given Express your worries you have at your place of employ-
the air (5). 3. A young creature, a tit, flew in you know ment - martyrdom is not your style. An exravagant streak
(6). 4. Finds out the figure one obtains as salary (6). 5. should be checked before it gets out of control. Your
Break for a little something to eat (4). 6. Stress that it’s romantic intuition is strong.
an inferior job (9). 12. It may get you down when you’re CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
shoping (9). 13. Loyal and that’s a fact (4). 15. Doesn’t
allow pubs (4). 17. Aims to accommodate me and makes Recognizing your strengths and weaknesses leads to a
the changes (6). 18. Dashed from the west into the north, breakthrough in your personal life. A companion shows
frienziedly (6). 20. For once, play the part right (5). 21. a gentle side. The homefront begins to buzz with the
The redhead is in need of practice (5). 23. Object to the addition of bright new faces.
warning (4). AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
The facts you have been waiting for arrive by the end of
the week - and may require considerable study. An out-
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9019
23, Mind.
spoken friend becomes an important ally. Your uncon-
17, E-me-nds. 18, Thro-W-n (rev.). 20, Ex-act. 21, Rusty.
ventional ideas win support.
Chip. 6, Under-line. 12, Escalator. 13, True. 15, Bars.
QUICK SOLUTIONS
Across - 7, Insurrection. 8, Bright. 9, Negate. 10,
Down - 1, Minus. 2, L-aura. 3, K-itt-en. 4, L-earns. 5,
Going down. 27, Stay. PISCES—February 20-March 20
Marsala. 12, Flute. 15, Shout. 16, Chervil. 18, Grieve. Avoid the tendency to take on more than you can or re-
20, Recent. 22, Shilly-shally.
ter. 19, Seer. 22, H-arm. 24, Earn (anag.). 25, Bass. 26,
ally want to handle. Simplification should be your key-
Down - 1, Encroach. 2, Bung. 3, Brittle. 4, Scent. 5,
Peek (rev.). 11, Se-a-t. 14, Rings a bell. 16, Made bet-
Singular. 6, Unit. 11, Souvenir. 13, Triangle. 14, Cher-
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Lost and Found Darley Cricket Club
Seniors Thomas Gibbs adding 32 in
The Darley Lions have won his first game for the season.
their second consecutive Darley’s bowlers couldn’t
game, defeating East Bal- effectively restrict the op-
larat by three wickets in the posing batsmen though as
Round 3 encounter at Rus- the Two Swords passed their
sell Square. score with five overs remain-
Commencing the second ing and only three wickets
day at 2/27 chasing East down, two of which were
Ballarat’s 119, overnight captured by junior Rockey
batsmen Ryan Ali and Brad Hoey (2/41) with fellow jun-
Barnes dug in to move the ior Noah Simmons taking
score to 75 and lay the back- the other wicket.
‘Smokey’ Female Domestic bone of the innings before
Female aged Border Collie Medium Hair Grey and Barnes was dismissed for a
cross Black and White – White 12 years – Available Juniors
well-made 37, which includ-
Found in Ballan for Adoption
ed five boundaries. Wickets A pair of centuries has put
fell regularly after that, in- Darley’s 16 & Under team
cluding Ali for 40, to have in a commanding position
the Lions teetering at 7/105 at the end of the first day of
before Ben Longhurst (15) their match against Golden
and captain-coach Michael Point, finishing the day on
Alexander (17) combined to 2/270.

Bacchus Marsh
Kobe Shirra-Gibb running a PB.
lead the Lions over the line. Jordan Monaghan and
Darley’s Second XI mowed Liam Cornford both batted
down Brown Hill’s total of excellently to each score 101
176 with eight wickets in before retiring to lead their

Little Athletics
hand. team impressively. Mona-
Resuming on 0/3 at the start ghan’s second century in as
of play, overnight batsmen many weeks included eight
Corey Beaton and Jordan boundaries whilst Corn-
Male Domestic Short Hair Grey Tabby and White – Found
Monaghan complied an im- ford’s innings, his second The overnight frosty conditions made it a very cool start to
in Gordon/Mount Egerton
pressive 111 run partnership career century after making competition last Saturday but it wasn’t long before it started
before Monaghan, who has a score of 103 last season, to warm up – both in temperature and on the track. Although
made centuries in the 16 & included 11 boundaries, as the wind made conditions tough the following athletes
Under competition in each the Lions bowlers will be still managed to achieve 5 PBs - Solomon Miesen, Xavier
of the last two weeks, was favoured to defend the total Goodman, Jack Flanagan, Talyn Dart, Jez Baker Radford and
dismissed for a great knock next week. Kobe Shirra-Gibb.
of 66.  Zac Ticehurst joined Darley’s 14 & Under First This Saturday will be the Centre Multi Event. Athletes
Beaton at the crease to ad- XI and Second XI compete in five events gaining points in each event. All five
vance the score to 154 before Results unavailable at time events must be competed in to have completed the Multi
Ticehurst was trapped LBW of writing. Event - arrive ready to start at 8.30am. If one event is not
for 16 before Nick Whan competed in, that athlete will be deemed ineligible to win
The Darley Roar Under 12
helped Beaton bat the Lions any award. Trophies are awarded to the winners of each age
side faced Eynesbury at the
to victory, with Beaton un- group with medals for second and third.
Hub on Saturday, making

Avenue Bowling Club
beaten on 65 and Whan not
6/66 off their 20 overs in the
Female Domestic Short Female Domestic Medium out 14.
Hair Torti and White – Hair Kitten Tabby – Found first day of their match. An-
Darley’s Third XI were in
Found in Bacchus Marsh in Bacchus Marsh gus Jones led the way with
a strong position heading
an impressive 32, with the Mid-Week
into the second day of their
innings also including 28 A wet start to the week meant that Division 1 matches
two-day game against Na-
extras. against Daylesford were abandoned after 26 ends. This gave
poleons-Sebastopol, need-
ing just 68 runs for victory In the MJCA’s Friday night both teams eight points each. Avenue retains its fourth spot
with eight wickets in hand, Under 10 competition, the on the Division 1 ladder.
however second-day details Darley Cubs had an impres- Division 2 had a wash out at Learmonth and both teams also
were unavailable at the time sive win over Melton Cen- gained eight points each for the round.
of writing. trals White, with Maddie Division 5 played at Ballarat East and was victorious,
Despite a century from Tim Scott leading the way with winning 69 shots to 62, giving Avenue 14 points and keeping
Gallagher, the Lions’ one- the bat and Holly Quaife their top place on the ladder.
day side couldn’t join their taking 4/3 off her four overs
and Scott and Mackenzie Weekend Pennant
club mates on the winners’
Elmer taking two wickets Division 2: Avenue 113 defeated Daylesford 88
list, going down to Ballarat-
each. Division 3: Avenue 96 drew Ballan 96
Redan by seven wickets.
Darley Prowl’s Under 10 v Division 5: Avenue 74 lost Victoria 87
Gallagher’s unbeaten 112,
which included 14 fours and Melton Centrals Red Division 7: Avenue 123 defeated Sebastopol 83
five big sixes, led Darley to Results unavailable at time
5/178 off their 40 overs, with of writing.
Myrniong District
Male Domestic Short Hair Champagne and White –
Available for Adoption
Ballan Golf Club Rainfall Report
Results - Week ending Saturday 4 November
Wednesday Stableford
Winner John Costello (23) 35 points on October 2017 rainfall 36.3 millimetres
c/b from Les Martin (19). Total for the year 2017 548.2 millimetres
Magpie - 14th Kev Lockman.
NTP - 15th John Fitzgerald. October 2016 rainfall 85.3 millimetres
Saturday Stroke - 1st Round Club Championships Total at same time last year 689.5 millimetres
& Monthly Medal.
A Grade - Winner on the day Bob Arklay 73-11-62,
R/up Michael Di Fiore 80-14-66 on c/b from Peter Di Fiore.
B Grade - Winner Hugh Miller 81-18-63, R/up Kev Lockman
80-16-64 on c/b from Ian Godkin.
‘Benji’ Male Domestic Short ‘Mumma Cat’ Female Domestic C Grade - Winner Andrew Germon 92-28-64
Hair Tabby and White Medium Hair Charcoal & White
Pykes Creek Reservoir
on c/b from David Mayne 86-22-64.
approximately 6 months - approximately 12 months NTPs - 2nd Les Martin, 7th Frank Raffaele, 12th Rob Brown.
Available for Adoption - Available for Adoption Magpies - 4th Chris Tudor, 18th Brian Cran. The dam and reservoir are located on a tributary
Lost or Found a dog or cat? Keep up to date with Balls 9, Cut-off 65: Ian Godkin, Shaun O’Dea, Kev Lockman,
David Mayne, Bob Arklay, Andrew Germon, Hugh Miller,
of the Werribee River and impound 22,119 ML of
impounded animals on Council’s Pet Adoption water when full, as seen in the picture above
Brian Cran, David Blythe.
Facebook page – Moorabool Pet Adoption. Current placings in Club Championship Gross Score: 1st Western Water Report Reservoir levels
(MSC DAB 2016-003) Bob Arklay 73. second Anthony Moore 76. Pykes Creek Reservoir at October 2017 92.0%
For more information contact Council Customer Current placings in Tom Bond Trophy Net Score: 1st Bob
Water level this time last year 100.0%
Service on 5366 7100. Arklay 62, second Hugh Miller 63.
Sport
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Awesome foursome Ballan Cricket Club
Whilst the football season has finished, four Bacchus Marsh Ballan 1st X1
Tabcorp Park
U12 grand finalists have now tuned in to the summer sporting Ballan 10/89, 10/45 lost NAPS 10/215 Saturday 4 November
program, with the opportunity to represent Victoria. Batting: 2nd Innings
Archie Lalor, Ben Locke, William Lalor and Samuel Lalor M Loughnane 13, J McEgan 8, S Dehnert 5 no
have been selected in Track & Field and cricket events.
Bowling - D Gardiner 13-5-2/30, S Dehnert 7.2-0-2/15, B
Archie Lalor will play cricket in the State Schools Victoria Loughnane 8-0-1/25, M Snaith 19-6-2/78, M Currie 10-1-2/60,
team to play in the National Championships in Cobram/ T Landt 1.3-1-1/6.
Barooga in January 2018, after a lengthy selection process
throughout the year.
Ballan 2nd X1
Ben Locke, William Lalor and Samuel Lalor have all
been selected in the State Schools Victoria Track & Ballan 10/214 def Lucas 8/144
Field competition, after a lengthy selection process that Batting - R Ranieri 65, T Trickey 50, D Graham 39, A Trickey
commenced in May this year. 27 not out.
Ben won selection after a 1st in the 12-yo boys discus with Bowling - T Trickey 8-0-4/42, D Graham 6-4-2/2, E Shaw
a great throw of 41.29m and William was 2nd to Ben in the 4-0-1/28.
discus with a throw of 39.67m. He was 3rd in the high jump
with a jump of 1.55m. Under 16
Samuel came 2nd in the 11-yo discuss event with a throw Ballan 10/69 v Ballarat Redan 0/60
of 32.99m. Batting - J McGregor 59.
Bowling - S Dehnert 5-1-1/11.

Under 14
Ballan 6/121 def Beaufort 10/65
Batting - D Pascoe 28, C Gates 17, N Neumann 18 no
Bowling - M Popple 3-0-2/3, N Loft 3-0-1/12, G Muir 2-0-
1/10, K Heafield 3-0-1/6, -N Neumann 2-0-1/10, B Conroy 2-1-
2/1, C Gates 2-2-0/0, J Jarvis 2-0-1/6.
Saturday 4 November, Tabcorp Park Melton Race 8,
Trotters Free For All (G3). Winner: Kyvalley Blur (4). Trainer:
Under 13 Brent Lilley. Driver: Chris Alford. Photo: Stuart McCormick
Ballan 9/41 lost to NAPS / Elaine 2/136 HRV.
Batting - J Jarvis 12, N Loft 12 no.
Bowling - B Conroy 3-0-1/10, J Bower 2-0-1/13
Ballan won the toss and bowled first; unfortunately Ballan
players could not get on top of Naps/Elaine bowlers, our
best batsmen were Jack Jarvis 12 and Ned Loft 12 no. Ballan
struggled with the bowling and fielding mainly due to
the cold weather. Wicket takers were Jayce Bower and Ben
Conroy.
Sam and Will.
Under 12
Ballan 7/52 v Melton Centrals 4/83
Batting - A McIlwaine 7, Ciaran Boland 1, Albie Eskdale 2,
K Heafield 2no
Bowling - V Berton 2-0-2/8, C Durante 2-0-1/4, A McIlwaine
2-0-1/3, E Davenport 2-0-/4.
A fantastic team effort in the field led by wicket keeper
Aussie McIlwaine with two catches and Eloise Davenport
first time wicket keeping, with all other fielders improving
by bringing their learnings from training into a game day
situation. Two new players made their debut, Kayden
Heafield and Conor Durante.
Captain’s award: Conor Durante
Coach’s Award: Victoria Berton.
Saturday 4 November, Tabcorp Park Melton Race 7,
Cinderella Stakes (G3). Winner: Ameretto (6). Trainer:
Interested in playing cricket? Ballan is still chasing senior Kerryn Manning. Driver: Kerryn Manning. Photo: Stuart
Archie and Ben. and U/16 players. McCormick HRV.

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