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Tuesday 17 July, 2018 Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Vol 12 No 28

Avenue to

President Bacchus Marsh RSL Cherrison Lawton with a copy of the original photo of the 1918 first planting in the Avenue of Honour, near the now Woolpack Road. Photo Helen Tatchell
By Meg Kennedy the trees and their maintenance. planted on 10th August 1918 by over 1000
Michael C. Madden, author of ‘The Victoria people, bear the names of local soldiers who Avenue of Honour
Now considered a cultural landmark Cross, Australia Remembers’, will discuss fought in World War I. Centenary Commemoration
of the Moorabool Shire, the centenary the “stories behind the stories” of Australia’s Bacchus Marsh Historical Society Member, – Saturday 11 August
commemoration of the Bacchus Marsh 100 Victoria Cross Recipients - the highest Chris Bronchinetti, said the society has the
Avenue of Honour is set to take place next award in the Australian Honours System. original photo of the planting, newspaper 12.00pm – 3pm: Parade Commences
month, marking the 100-year anniversary of records from the Bacchus Marsh Express and
As the march moves past a tree, knitted at Eastern Entry of Avenue.
the planting of the trees. family histories on each of the memorialised
poppy wreaths will be laid by a member of 12.30pm: Piper Cub plane fly-over.
The march will commence on Sunday, 11 men
the family, friend or a local school student.
August at 12pm, almost 100 years to the date According to the 20th July 1918 edition of 1.45pm: Official Presentations in
of the original planting, from the eastern end Bacchus Marsh RSL President Cherrison
The Bacchus Marsh Express, the trees were Bacchus Marsh Public Town Hall.
of the Avenue, near the Strawberry farm. Lawton explained that the RSL is “very
planted only for soldiers who enlisted in the Road Closures:
excited at the family reunions that will be
As well as a parade, which will include Shire or whose parents resided in the area at 11.00am – 2.00pm: Avenue of Honour
the Creswick RSL Light Horse Troop and occurring around the trees.”
the time of enlistment.
“I suppose loving the Avenue of Honour at Moon Reserve to Crook St closed
a Piper Cub plane fly-over, a wreath-laying On the day of the 2018 event, Council
ceremony will take place at each tree. in Bacchus Marsh itself, and wanting it to – no access to vehicles on Avenue,
encourages the public to arrive at 10.00am
Covering a distance of 3.6km, the march be expressed and acknowledged locally, and make their way up the Avenue, advising except authorised buses.
will finish at the Bacchus Marsh Public Hall, we also realise that it’s iconic and has been there is to be strictly no parking between the 12.45pm – 2.00pm: Main Street
where official presentations will commence. noted around the world. trees on the Avenue. between Crook Street and Young
Speakers include Ross Holton, Coordinator “That sort of makes you feel like this is A shuttle service to the eastern end of the Street closed - no access to vehicles on
of Parks and Gardens at Moorabool Shire something so significant” said Mrs Lawton. Avenue of Honour will be available for Main Street, except authorised buses.
Council, who will speak on the history of The 281 Canadian Elm Trees, which were participants with mobility issues.

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Population limited for
aquatic facility
By Kate Taylor owned Taverner Street site, June council meeting.
off Maddingley Park, known “The Community Infra-
Bacchus Marsh could score as Siberia. structure Framework sets a
a new $13.1 million indoor It also recommended the minimum population catch-
recreation facility, with at $13.1m four-court option ment for an indoor aquatic
least four sporting courts over the cheaper two-court centre at 40,000-50,000 peo-
potentially to be built at ‘Si- option which came in at ple. Based on current projec-
beria’ in Taverner Street. $9.2m. tions this is anticipated to be
Councillors voted at the The feasibility study took achieved in 2028 or beyond,”
June council meeting to put into account public consul- the indoor aquatic centre re-
the project to council’s Capi- tation, and further submis- port reads.
tal Improvements program sions were called for during “Whilst ideally the Council
over a series of stages to April and May this year. would like to be in a position
fund the multi-million dol- An additional nine submis- to construct the proposed fa-
lar project. sions were received, which cility, the major impediment

Snake reunited with owner
A feasibility study had been generally supported the Tav- is financial capacity. The
presented to council, which erner Street site selection, Council’s ten-year Strategic
recommended that a new and that it should be a short- Financial Plan currently
facility for court-related ac-
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term priority for council to doesn’t make any provision By Helen Tatchell
tivities be built to increase construct. for the construction or oper-
participation and to accom-
modate the growing local
The idea of co-locating with
an indoor aquatic centre
was also supported, as was
ation of the proposed Indoor
Aquatic Centre.” New loo easy to use
Found in a woodshed and well outside the natural
range and climate for the species, the carpet python
featured in 10 July edition of the Moorabool News, has
Council’s Strategic Finan-
By Carol Saffer
“This assessment has rec- keeping the Bacchus Marsh been reunited with its owner.
cial Plan makes provision A Marveloo is a mobile
ommended that to meet the Leisure Centre open for After
Changing Place, larger than more than a month of searching, Environmental
for an indoor recreation
future needs of the com- designed for the Compliance officers at the Department of Environment,
standard accessible toilets,
centre of $250,000 for design) 326,000 Vic-
Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) named the snake
munity for access to indoor “The strategic plan to co-lo-
torians living with complex
in 2019-2020 and $4.5m for ‘Stanley’,
only to discover he, was in fact a she.
recreation space, that an cate the indoor recreation fa- Moorabool Shire Council
construction over two received
Stanley the carpet python was found a month ago in a
a grant of $100,000
additional four netball com- under the StateThe Govern-three-metre long python was found in the woodshed in Buninyong. Photo - DELWP
cility with the indoor aquatic
pliant indoor courts at a cen- centre, and the staging op-
in 2020-2021 and 2021-2022.
ing Places Program
A further $250,000 issupports
ment’s $2 million Chang-

allo-up to 20DELWP
which in Buninyong after it went ‘walkabout’.
Senior Forest and Wildlife Officer, Paul Ryan,
Lost a snake?
tralised venue is required tions proposed, will assist
ing Places facilities across
By Carol Saffer

in the short term (2-5 years) cated for design in 2024-2025 said her owner was over the moon to have her slithering
with cost efficiencies in the Victoria. Most people have a cat or dog go missing, but recently an

to cater for sports including long term however this does and $2.5m for construction
eral Manager Socialin and
According to Council’s Gen-
Or-arms again.
unusual reptile, for the area, was found.
Carpet pythons are generally found in habitats ranging

basketball, netball, badmin- not diminish the significant in 2025-2026. “The
ganisational Development,
Danny Colgan there are
owner is so grateful to the people who found the from tropical rainforest in the north-east of Australia to arid
and coastal regions, not in the Central Highlands.

ton, volleyball and futsal as funding required with a cost In total, provision of $7.5m
an estimated 5,609 carpetpeople python and called to have her rescued from their
living with a disability in
When a Buninyong resident contacted the Department of
Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) about a
well as other identified in- estimate of the four-court Stra- Shire.woodshed. The owner assures us, that the reptile will be
is made in the Council’sMoorabool carpet python found in their woodshed a month ago it came
as a surprise.
door sports and activities,” indoor facility being $13.1 veloo unit enables happy
Mr Colgan says the Mar-
tegic Financial Plan spread people to be
The home,”
Marveloo Mr
on display Ryan said.
at Maroondah City Council. Photo Changing Places DELWP Program Manager of Compliance Operations, Jim
with disabilitiesDELWP to visit be Program Manager “Andyof Compliance At a Operations, O’Brien said the python was well outside of the natural range
the study reads. over the next 7-8 years. places or attend events set down anywhere as it Arnold Centre fits cost of $110,000 to build,
million.” they is generator operated and this brief,” says Mr Colgan. while the Shire’s Marveloo and climate for this species.

The finding assumes that
might not otherwiseJim goO’Brien
to fitted withsaid the animal “It means was healthy and happy “He is healthy and happy being handled, so he must belong
Councillors voted to because
referof inadequate toilet water tank.
a self-contained that events and will have a permanent home
There are also concerns that being
to someone.”
has spacehandled.
festivals in Moorabool and at the Andy Arnold Centre,
Lovingly named ‘Stanley’ by the DWELP team, the non-
the other smaller indoor Bacchus Marsh would not the report to council’senough
facilities. The unit Council consulted with a neighbouring areas can be it will be transported to
venomous python appears to have been well cared for.
to usewe
the knew it must belong to someone,” Mr O’Brien said.
for one disabled per- range of organisations and truly inclusive events. Peo- events around the shire and
court venues will remain be able to sustain an indoor tegic Financial Plan son and
and two carers individuals within the dis- ple with disabilities will not could be hired by adjoining DELWP is hoping an owner will come forward looking for
DELWP’s Grampians Region conducted amunicipalities.
toilet facility with dignity, ability sector on the need for be limited in the places they
social media the nearly three-metre reptile.
available for training, school aquatic Centre, as explained Capital Improvement AtPro-
ease and hygiene. a Changing Places facility. In can go to and the time they “We would love to hand him back to his owner, so ‘Stanley’
8 x 3 metres campaign
the Mar- feedback and included
to a Council survey spend their search
at an event. It will through local
Construction and position- can continue to be cared for.”
use and overflow. in a report into the timing gram, with external funding ing of the Marveloo in Bac- If you know who ‘Stanley’ might belong to, or if you have
newspapers, including
of a perma-the Moorabool News,
veloo unit is the maximum 77 per cent of respondents broaden their world and
length and width allowable were in favour chus Marsh is planned for recently lost a python fitting this description please contact
maximise their participation
It recommended building of the aquatic centre build expected to also be sourced
for transporting on Victorian nent site in a public place in and inclusion in sporting, October this year.
To report lost or injured wildlife, people can call DELWP
DELWP Compliance on 136 186.

the facility at the council- which was also tabled at the for the project. roads. Without the need of a the heart of Bacchus Marsh cultural and recreational
on 136
power or water supply it can 186.
where events are held. events.”
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Women take to MCG field
By Carol Saffer

Ballan breast cancer survi-
vors Bev Snaith and Janice
Conroy will be among hun-
dreds of rural Victorians
travelling free on V/Line
trains to the 2018 Field of
Women event at the MCG on
Sunday 12 August.
Field of Women aims to rep-
resent the estimated 18,235
Australians who will be di-
agnosed with breast cancer
this year, by women, men
and children standing to-
gether in the shape of Breast
Cancer Network Australia’s
(BCNA) iconic Pink Lady, di-
ON BOARD – Cancer survivors Janice Conroy, Bev Snaith
rectly preceding the Round and Gillian Britt will be travelling from Ballan via V/Line to
21 AFL match between Mel- the big Field of Women game at the MCG.
bourne Football Club and
the Sydney Swans. means a lot to many of our awareness in front of the
In addition to raising aware- staff, so we’re really pleased huge crowd and the people
ness by bringing breast can- FAMILY AFFAIR – Jan, Bev and Gillian with Rachel White (left and children Ainsley, Dexter
to be involved.” watching the footy on TV.
cer statistics to life, Field of and Dane and Bev’s daughter Jess (right), will all be at the MCG. Photos – submitted
Janice Conroy (diagnosed “The free travel is fabulous
Women also reminds those in 2004) travelling with fel-
ful for V/Line’s offer as it ficer Kirsten Pilatti says she making the journey from re- as otherwise it is quite ex-
affected by breast cancer low breast cancer survivor
makes it possible for her full expects the free return travel gional areas.” pensive for country people
they are not alone. Gillian Britt, is taking ad-
support system to join her on for ticket holders from re- When announcing the free to get to Melbourne for the
Mrs Snaith, who was diag- vantage of the free travel to
the field. gional Victoria will be a big travel initiative V/Line CEO event.”
nosed with metastatic breast attend not only the Field of
cancer in 2016, will be joined “This is a fantastic gesture draw card to the event. James Pinder says “at V/ Melbourne supporter Mrs
Women event but also the
by her daughter Jess Snaith, by V/Line. To have those “BCNA is thrilled that V/ Line, we’re all about being Plan B: Beyond Breast Can- Conroy will be barracking
cousin Rachael White and who have been on my cancer Line will provide free travel involved in the communi- cer Conference being held for the Demons on the day
Rachael’s three young chil- journey also join me at the on its network to everyone ties we serve and supporting the day before. remembering the loss of
dren who are like grandchil- Field of Women will be won- attending Field of Women. this event is an extension of Ms Conroy said having Demon great Jim Stynes to
dren to her. derful. A group of us are go- This offer will make a big that.” the Field of Women event cancer in 2012.
Gearing up for the event, ing to make a weekend of it.” difference to breast cancer “This is such an important before the football game is “It is an emotional day,” she
Mrs Snaith said she is grate- BCNA’s Chief Executive Of- survivors and their families cause and something that a great opportunity to raise said.


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prices to
Following the Essential Services
Commission’s final decision
on Western Water’s 2018 price
submission, customers will see bills
increase, but only by inflation for the
next two-years.
Managing Director, Neil Brennan,
said thousands of customers were
involved in the consultation for the
price submission
“We heard their concerns about
“We have worked hard to find
efficiencies to avoid price rises for the

Sale is no bull
Photo – Lisa Comeford
next two years despite the region’s
fast-growing population,” Mr
Brennan said.
From July 1, the impact of inflation
on Western Water’s typical owner/
occupier customer bill will be around
$19 a year. For the typical tenant, the
By Carol Saffer application for State Government funding for the “Parwan Employment
inflation impact will be less than $5
Precinct [has] the business case attached to it [but] it is not ‘shovel over the year.
Rumours have been dispelled that the ‘bull farm’ property has been ready’.”
sold. Genetics, the Woolpack Road industry, has actually only sold a few Mr Brennan said annual bills for
Mr Shelly said from a strategic point of view, GA is looking at Western Water’s customers remain
paddocks down the road.
opportunities to build investment. among the lowest in Victoria.
Genetics Australia Co-operative, located near Parwan, is Australia’s
“This is considered critical in order to take the co-op into the next 10-20 “And they represent great value
largest artificial bovine breeding supplier, supplying half of the genetics
years. for money. For less than $3 a day,
used by Australian dairy farmers to improve their herds.
“The Co-operative is in a strong position and wants to create a positive customers receive a guaranteed,
The 60-year-old co-operative, running a herd of 350 bulls while
future by accessing new technology.” quality water supply and safe
conducting its activities on land totalling 730 hectares, is owned by
Mr Shelly said this opportunity to reinvest in research and technology sewerage disposal and treatment.”
Australian dairy farmer shareholders.
will set a positive path for the next two decades. Improved service standards,
The Board of Directors, on behalf of the shareholders, confirmed the
“It will allow the Co-operative to invest in developing the next enhanced e-billing, increased SMS
$14.65 million sale of its 125-hectare Parwan Park South property near
generation of the best bulls and genetics to deliver profitability for our advice for supply interruptions,
Bacchus Marsh to a property developer.
more community and environmental
Genetics Australia CEO Anthony Shelly said the opportunity to sell the farming family members.”
activities, and expanded programs to
property, owned and used as a quarantine facility for bulls since 1986, A five-year settlement will allow Genetics Australia (GA) to plan
support customers in hardship are
as a consequence of potential future land use changes in the Moorabool its transition from the site. Mr Shelly said GA had capability on its
just some of the benefits in the two-
Shire presented an opportunity too good to ignore. remaining properties to cover the loss of Parwan Park South while it year plan.
Mr Shelly said GA took advantage of the current rising property prices evaluates other alternatives.
“It has never been more important
and the pressures of the environmental surrounds placed on GA by According to GA Chairman Trevor Henry the co-operative can manage to get the balance right between
urban encroachment. The contract of sale is not at all related to the long-term without the Parwan Park South location however it will need affordability and service delivery,”
future land use, so it will be the developer taking the gamble of what to consider moving either to their Birregurra property or potentially a Mr Brennan said.
the land use will be in five-years’ time. new greenfield site. For more information on Western
“We have virtually sold an asset to further invest into the business “Nothing is locked in and we will continue to evaluate the current Water’s prices, service standards or
model going forward,” Mr Shelly said. main farm site on the outskirts of Bacchus Marsh and other options,” how to get involved in planning for
Moorabool Shire CEO Rob Croxford told the June 6 council meeting an says Mr Henry. the future, visit
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Police checks could
keep money in the till
By Carol Saffer Detective Senior Constable Murray says while
volunteer run clubs are trusting, in some cases
Bacchus Marsh Motocross Club (BMMXC) they are too trusting.
operates with an open key policy. “It only takes one [dishonest person] to destroy
When any new member signing up they receive a club,” says DSC Murray.
their very own key to access the track at their When there is cash being handled by clubs and
leisure, from 9am till dusk seven days a week.
not-for-profit organisations there needs to be
The club is run by a dedicated group of awareness and a process for keeping track of
volunteers, all with a common interest. A love
the financial transactions he says.
of motocross provided in a safe and friendly
environment for its members to enjoy the sport. DSC Murray says “not all volunteers are
The volunteer committee are very trusting. dodgy” however if volunteer run organisations
have processes in place it takes away the risk of

Splash minimal
Or were until it was discovered that their
unlawful use of club money.
canteen and membership manager from late
2014 to November 2015, Karina Atanasovski, 35, When there is cash involved in financial
was alleged to have taken more than $8000 from transactions DSC Murray suggests the money
the club in cash for personal use. is counted separately by two people who

on parks
Victoria Police Detective Senior Constable record the amount counted. When cash is
Ben Murray, stationed in Bacchus Marsh at deposited into the bank the deposit book should
the time, says during the investigation of the correspond with the recorded amount.
alleged theft it was discovered that Atanasovski Murray said a standard practice for payments
By Kate Taylor and one at Merrimu once its population is and her husband were selling the club’s $300 made by an organisation should require two
also large enough. memberships to unsuspecting new members signatories on EFT or cheque transactions or a
Three splash parks in Moorabool have clandestinely in places such as supermarket receipt kept for a cash payment.
“…however further work will be required car parks, issuing a key and pocketing the $300
been put into the ‘long-term’ category of regarding the operational parameters for DSC Murray agrees with clubs engaging a
planning for council funding. such facilities prior to implementation of book keeper to audit the accounts on a regular
According to an article in The Ballarat Courier,
A feasibility study conducted into basis mentioning that Mr Saines, during the
these recommendations. This primarily Magistrate Ronald Saines found Atanasovski
building splash parks in the shire hearing, had “accepted the motocross club’s
relates to the varying operating models guilty of one charge of theft in June after a
audit practices were appalling, with a system
found that they could be viable – but identified for the pool sites, and more two-day contested hearing at the Ballarat
Magistrates’ Court. that relied on honesty.”
that the shire’s towns do not quite have specifically whether entry fees are
The Courier reported Mr Saines told Det. SC Murray said he is strongly in favour
the population catchment required to charged, or whether it is co-located at the
Atanasovski she breached her position of trust of all clubs conducting a police background
support them just now. sites but operates outside of the pool fence
by pocketing the money and she had shown no check of committee members in particular
A report on the third and final round line and is free of charge for community those whose role involves handling money and
of public consultation into the feasibility use,” read the final report, tabled at the financial matters.
“This is a serious example of theft, punishable
study was put to the June council meeting. meeting. by five years’ imprisonment,” Mr Saines said. A police record check of a volunteer for an
The report recommends the construction The findings of the report will now be Atanasovski was convicted and fined $8000 authorised organisation costs $17.90. Money
of a splash park at the existing outdoor referred to Council’s Strategic Financial and ordered to pay $7687 compensation, $81.10 well spent when considering how much BBMXC
pool sites in Bacchus Marsh and Ballan, Plan and Capital Improvement Program. court costs and $690 witness costs. lost.

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Doggone it, social media Missed it by
finds owner
By Carol Saffer

Hayley, a 14-year-old brown
kelpie, has been happily re-
united with her family.
that much
By Kate Taylor Go received $2,400 towards its digital
For three weeks Hayley was storytelling booth; under the Arts category,
a guest of the Moorabool Council’s community grants have been the Central Highlands Image Photography
Shire Council pound after awarded – but not without controversy. Association received $1,500 towards holding
being found in the Darley It was the Bacchus Marsh U3A application workshops, and the Blackwood Progress
area on Sunday 3 June. for $3,700 for textbooks and models for its Association received $2,000 for The Golden
Council’s community safety maths and science courses that created Duke.
officer Shannon Walsh says debate among councillors – each project Under the Community Development
the sweet-natured kelpie needed to score above 70 on its assessment to category, $40,000 was given towards the new
was microchipped however be considered for funding, and the Bacchus playground at the Ballan Recreation Reserve,
the details listed against her Marsh U3A project scored 68.83. the Bacchus Marsh Soccer Club received
microchip were out of date. Councillors Dave Edwards, Jarrod Bingham $7,500 towards new goals; and under the
“Therefore, we were unable and Tonia Dudzik all voted to allow the Sustainability and Environment category,
to track down Hayley’s own- grant given the narrow margin, however the Moorabool Landcare Network received
ers,” he said. Councillors Pat Toohey, Tom Sullivan and $3,000.
“She was a super sweet and Paul Tatchell argued against allowing the Djerriwarrh Health Services received
a well-mannered dog and I change. $4,860 towards its community walk against
was convinced someone had “We set the cut-off to 70 to raise the gender bias and violence against women; the
to be missing her,” Mr Walsh standard,” Cr Sullivan argued. Ballan Scouts Hall received $5,000 towards
said. “1.07 is all I want to say,” Cr Dudzik replied. replacing storage facilities and damaged
The Community Safety ley, no-one came forward as If it wasn’t for a recent con- Cr Sullivan also questioned some of the equipment; the Bacchus Marsh Playgroup
Team went into overdrive. her owner. versation with a local police applicant groups. received $1,000 towards replacing the kitchen
They reached out to the Until nearly 3 weeks late officer Karen and her family floor in the uniting Church where it is held;
“Why are we funding state government
council’s Active Ageing and when Karen, her owner, con- would have been none the the Bacchus Marsh CFA received $1,700
wiser to the whereabouts of agencies – DjHS and Bacchus Marsh CFA,
Community Access unit in tacted the council. towards replacing the fire hydrant trailer;
their missing beloved pet. given the fire services levy – why give
case the kelpie may have be- and the Ballan and District Community
Karen adopted Hayley community funds to these projects?” he
longed to one of their elderly Karen heard how Hayley House received $5,000 towards refurbishing
several years ago from her asked at the meeting.
clients, to no avail. had been all over social its supper room.
previous owners, who now A council officer replied that the groups are
Flyers were posted up in lo- media. The Wallace Recreation Reserve Committee
live overseas, believing the eligible under the guidelines and criteria as
cal businesses. Karen’s family, including of Management received $5,000 towards a
microchip details had been they are deemed to be of community benefit.
Mr Walsh’s plea to the lo- brothers Ryan and Jack, col- new kiosk and barbecue at the reserve; the
updated. lected Hayley from the coun- In total, 23 applications were received across
cal Facebook community on Balliang Recreation Reserve will benefit
Thursday 7 June, posting Recently Karen and her cil offices on Wednesday 27 the program categories – 14 for Community from $3,000 for its beautification project;
a video featuring Hayley’s family went away leaving June, almost a month after Strengthening, three for Events, two for Acrofun gymnastics received $5,000 for
plight, reached over 50,000 Hayley with a local family she was found. Arts, three for Development, and one for gymnastics mats; Van Go received $5,000
hits. member. All’s well that ends well. Sustainability and Environment. for therapy equipment; and the Bacchus
While a number of people Sadly, the family member Hayley is back home where A total of $180,400 was available to be given Marsh Football Netball Club received $2,240
expressed their interest in passed away whilst caring she belongs sleeping in front out under the round. towards installing roller doors on the netball
fostering and adopting Hay- for Hayley. of the fire. In the Community Events category, Van viewing area.

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Had this discussion with others today whilst it’s great to see
improvements being made there are way too many works
happening at the one time in our area and crappy time of
year to do it all because of course we are going to be facing
bad weather it’s mid-autumn with winter just around the
corner! - Kerryn
Exactly. I said same to so much traffic using the other side

Parking limit
it will need major works once they have finished. Way
too many road works at once and I seriously don’t see the
Photo: Helen Tatchell
reason for safety barriers all the way to Bacchus and Ballarat
seriously how many accidents have we had where cars run

Moorabool Shire Council
off the freeway? It seems crazy to me. - Julie
This is crap it should have been based on the weather in the
first place or are they completely stupid, we have one way
out onto the freeway now and if that isn’t bad enough they
decide to limit that by doing road works there as well. Who

On-ramp still closed
the hell makes these stupid bloody plans in the first place.
- Mary
Wow, so much nastiness! I’m sure they have been doing

green light
the best they can. I’d rather they take their time and do it
By Helen Tatchell and information from VicRoads. The signs have been adjusted to reflect properly. I drive a truck through these roads many times a
“There is a risk of delay if we get more the extended timing of the works. week and I appreciate the improvement they will eventually
The Ballan east bound on-ramp rain,” he said. Mr Howard also commented that the bring. Unfortunately resurfacing has to be done in the dry
leading to the Western Freeway, is still “The major works for the section of bridge strengthening works at Pykes and our roads crews have been flat out rebuilding roads this
closed to all vehicles the freeway near Ballan that required Creek are progressing well. last summer. At some stage they will have to work on the
Initially the date for completion of closure of the ramps has been
these roadworks was 11 May, then completed, other than for the road “VicRoads anticipate reopening the other bridge. Please be patient people, and please be nice!
bridge crossing (ie allowing traffic to - Richard
moved out Pageto 256 May and nowNews
The Moorabool the – 29
May, 2018 VicRoads had planned to Email -
completion date of works is 1 June. But seal the road by May 11 however, the use both carriageways) by the end of Let’s hope they modify the merge westbound at the top of
he weather will be a telling factor. extreme wet weather meant the works May. Some traffic restrictions may be the hill after Pykes Creek so it’s not the the curve. Vicroads
Member for Buninyong Geoff Howard had to be postponed until there is required for the Melbourne-bound are you reading this?. We don’t want more fatalities.
said this date is currently scheduled suitable weather conditions and a dry
traffic periodically to enable completion Moorabool News or Geoff Howard perhaps you can pick this
based on the current weather forecast road surface.” of the works, “ he said. feedback up on behalf of the community. - Graham
By Carol Saffer Then they will have to close the Ballarat bound side to repair
all the damage to the road it’s seriously dodge the potholes.

Had this discussion with others today whilst it’s great to see
improvements being made there are way too many works
happening at the one time in our area and crappy time of

In a further follow-up to the South Side car
year to do it all because of course we are going to be facing

The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Wednesday 1 August, 2018 in
bad weather it’s mid-autumn with winter just around the
corner! - Kerryn

park a ‘furphy’ article published 29 May 2018
Exactly. I said same to so much traffic using the other side

the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, commencing at 6.00pm. it will need major works once they have finished. Way
too many road works at once and I seriously don’t see the

(M/News) and the Two-hour parking a possi-
Photo: Helen Tatchell
reason for safety barriers all the way to Bacchus and Ballarat
seriously how many accidents have we had where cars run

Members of the public are most welcome to attend.
off the freeway? It seems crazy to me. - Julie

bility story on 19 June 2018 (M/News), Moora-
Fisken street Ballan lined with commuter vehicles. Photo - John Kowarsky This is crap it should have been based on the weather in the
first place or are they completely stupid, we have one way

South side car
out onto the freeway now and if that isn’t bad enough they

bool Shire Council announced a majority sup-
decide to limit that by doing road works there as well. Who

On-ramp still closed
the hell makes these stupid bloody plans in the first place.
- Mary

port for two-hour parking restrictions. COMMITTEE MEETING
Wow, so much nastiness! I’m sure they have been doing
the best they can. I’d rather they take their time and do it
By Helen Tatchell and information from VicRoads. The signs have been adjusted to reflect properly. I drive a truck through these roads many times a

park a ‘furphy’
“There is a risk of delay if we get more the extended timing of the works.

Following consultation with Fisken Street resi-
week and I appreciate the improvement they will eventually
The Ballan east bound on-ramp

The next committee meeting will be of the Development Assessment Committee, to be held
rain,” he said. Mr Howard also commented that the bring. Unfortunately resurfacing has to be done in the dry
leading to the Western Freeway, is still

“The major works for the section of bridge strengthening works at Pykes and our roads crews have been flat out rebuilding roads this
closed to all vehicles the freeway near Ballan that required Creek are progressing well. last summer. At some stage they will have to work on the

dents, two-hour restrictive parking signs (Mon- Email -
Initially the date for completion of

tomorrow, Wednesday 18 July, 2018 at the Darley Civic Hub, 182 Halletts Way, Darley,
closure of the ramps has been other bridge. Please be patient people, and please be nice!
these roadworks was 11 May, then “VicRoads anticipate reopening the
completed, other than for the road - Richard
moved out to 25 May and now the bridge crossing (ie allowing traffic to
surfacing. VicRoads had planned to
completion date of works is 1 June. But use both carriageways) by the end of Let’s hope they modify the merge westbound at the top of

day to Friday between 8.00am and 6pm) will be
seal the road by May 11 however, the

commencing at 5.00pm.
he weather will be a telling factor. extreme wet weather meant the works May. Some traffic restrictions may be the hill after Pykes Creek so it’s not the the curve. Vicroads
By Carol Saffer spaces on the southern side of the stations, to
Member for Buninyong Geoff Howard had to be postponed until there is required for the Melbourne-bound are you reading this?. We don’t want more fatalities.
traffic periodically to enable completion Moorabool News or Geoff Howard perhaps you can pick this

nspired art
said this date is currently scheduled
replace any spaces removed to accommodate suitable weather conditions and a dry

erected on both sides of Fisken Street between
based on the current weather forecast road surface.” of the works, “ he said. up on behalf of the community. - Graham
While Ballan small business owner John other elements of the upgrade,” in a letter to
Kowarsky doesn’t live in Fisken Street, he is Mr Kowarsky in March. A banded Eastern Yellow Robin.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. Photo – Geoff Park

Situated in the precinct of the Ballan train plan. In discussions with VLine and Public Want to be a bird watcher?
Edols and Atkinson Streets, within the next six concerned about the impact of commuter car
parking in the street.
Moorabool Shire Council
encouraging refinement of the concept
is also

to eight weeks. station, Fisken street is awash with cars each Transport Victoria (PTV) council officers
By Helen Tatchell “Volunteers record information such as the

Once the signs are in place there will be a two-
business morning, despite a ‘not quite full’ advocated for extension of the newly
Vline carpark.
proposed car park at the southern side of the
presence of individual robins, mate choice
The Wombat State Forest is home to many and any nesting attempts via an app called
Fisken street Ballan lined with commuter vehicles. Photo - John Kowarsky
In a flyer distributed by Mr Kowarsky to station, in order to provide better outcomes creatures, great and small, but it is one Kobo. Training is provided for those who
particular small creature that Monash require it.” Council invites applications for the existing vacancies:
week grace period where offenders will be is- South side Fisken Streetcar
the street’s residents, he says that parking for the community.
by railway patrons is “bound to further
resident and commuter Lana University is seeking volunteer bird watchers Local volunteer Nathan Gregory said at first
y sued a warning notice. increase with trends of rail usage and with
the railway station upgrade.”
Kolyunski said she is fortunate she doesn’t
Co-ordinator Information Management - Full Time
it can be a bit tricky to see and work out the

park a ‘furphy’
have to wrestle for a car park. As part of an ongoing conversation research
colour band combination on the robins’ legs
k Ballan resident John Kowarsky, who raised the
The concept plan for the Ballan railway
station upgrade, issued by Melbourne Metro
“As a resident, the cars in the street can
project, the Eastern Yellow Robin is wanted
in the sights of binoculars or cameras. Applications
“Eastern yellow robins don’t sit still for
close 19 July 2018
e Rail Authority (MMRA), shows a new car be problematic for deliveries, tradies and very long. But once you get the hang of it, it
Lana Austin from the University said they
issue of commuter car parking in Fisken Street
visitors during the week. Any additional becomes a bit addictive and very rewarding.”

Two-hour parking
Mechanic Bacchus Marsh Depot – Permanent Full Time
park on the south side of the station. are seeking volunteer bird watchers to
spaces on the southern side of the stations, to
By Carol Saffer
dedicated car parking has to be helpful and replace any spaces removed to accommodate Each robins’ unique colour combination
However, Mr Kowarsky says at a public While Ballan small business owner John resight colour banded Easter Yellow Robins.

in May, told The Moorabool News he welcomes
other elements of the upgrade,” in a letter to
information session at the Ballan Mechanics welcome as long as access to the platform
Kowarsky doesn’t live in Fisken Street, he is “Wombat State Forest has around 100 links to their age, sex and genetic information.
Mr Kowarsky in March. A banded Eastern Yellow Robin. Photo – Geoff Park

Institute in late 2017, MMRA officers told isn’t difficult.”
Want to be a bird watcher?
individual robins uniquely colour banded. Information gathered by Applications
volunteers will
close Friday 20 July 2018
concerned about the impact of commuter car Moorabool Shire Council is also
parking in the street.

the Council move to place parking restrictions
Final design plans for all the stations being
e him “parking south of the station would
encouraging refinement of the concept
Volunteers with binoculars or cameras are enable researchers to understand the genetic

a possibility
Situated in the precinct of the Ballan train plan. In discussions with VLine and Public
only be provided if existing spaces north of upgraded on the Ballarat Line including needed to gather information about these climate adaptation being seen in the robins’.
the breeding season,”Ballan Offi may bece
station, Fisken street is awash with cars each
used –
as aPermanent Full Time – Applications close Friday 20 July 2018
Transport Victoria (PTV) council officers By Helen Tatchell “Volunteers record information such as the
business morning, despite a ‘not quite full’
community consultation, are being worked individuals during This information model
in Fisken Street.
the station were lost in the development.” Vline carpark.
advocated for extension of the newly
The Wombat State Forest is home to many
presence of individual robins, mate choice
proposed car park at the southern side of the and any nesting attempts via an app called
The Minister for Public Transport Jacinta through progressively with Rockbank she said.
In a flyer distributed by Mr Kowarsky to for management actions of more threatened
creatures, great and small, but it is one
station, in order to provide better outcomes Kobo. Training is provided for those who
Allan said, “commuter car parking is an station first on the list.
Ms Austin said volunteers are assigned a species in the future.
Digital Futures
the street’s residents, he says that parking
- Full Time – Applications close 22 July 2018
for the community. particular small creature that Monash require it.”

“I hope that Council will do the same in Atkin-
by railway patrons is “bound to further University is seeking volunteer bird watchers
Fisken Street resident and commuter Lana Local volunteer Nathan Gregory said at first
The Ballarat Line Upgrade is reported to be local site to visit a few times per month until Lana Austin can be contacted via email for
important part of the process, which will increase with trends of rail usage and with
Kolyunski said she is fortunate she doesn’t
it can be a bit tricky to see and work out the
consider Saffer
possibility the railway station upgrade.”
of adding parking completed in late 2019. December, or longer. more information -
As part of an ongoing conversation research

Building Inspector – Permanent Full Time – Applications close Friday 27 July 2018
have to wrestle for a car park. colour band combination on the robins’ legs

g son Street where properties adjoining the rail-
The concept plan for the Ballan railway project, the Eastern Yellow Robin is wanted
“As a resident, the cars in the street can “Eastern yellow robins don’t sit still for
station upgrade, issued by Melbourne Metro in the sights of binoculars or cameras.
Rail Authority (MMRA), shows a new car be problematic for deliveries, tradies and very long. But once you get the hang of it, it
Lana Austin from the University said they

visitors during the week. Any additional becomes a bit addictive and very rewarding.”

In a follow-up to the South Side car park a
park on the south side of the station.

way station are adversely affected by parked Maternal & Child Health Co-ordinator – Permanent Full Time
are seeking volunteer bird watchers to
dedicated car parking has to be helpful and Each robins’ unique colour combination
However, Mr Kowarsky says at a public resight colour banded Easter Yellow Robins.
information session at the Ballan Mechanics welcome as long as access to the platform links to their age, sex and genetic information.

‘furphy’ article published 29 May 2018, The
“Wombat State Forest has around 100
Institute in late 2017, MMRA officers told isn’t difficult.” Information gathered by volunteers will
individual robins uniquely colour banded.

cars from railway patrons.
Final design plans for all the stations being enable researchers to understand the genetic

Applications close Friday 27 July 2018
him “parking south of the station would Volunteers with binoculars or cameras are

s, Moorabool News learned of a proposed re- only be provided if existing spaces north of
the station were lost in the development.”
upgraded on the Ballarat Line including
community consultation, are being worked
needed to gather information about these
individuals during the breeding season,”
climate adaptation being seen in the robins’.
This information may be used as a model

h “Greater pressure will now be placed on the stricted parking strategy for Fisken Street,
The Minister for Public Transport Jacinta through progressively with Rockbank she said. for management actions of more threatened

Chief Executive Officer – Full Time
Allan said, “commuter car parking is an station first on the list. Ms Austin said volunteers are assigned a species in the future.

The Ballarat Line Upgrade is reported to be Lana Austin can be contacted via email for
important part of the process, which will local site to visit a few times per month until

designated parking at [the] station itself which
consider the possibility of adding parking completed in late 2019. December, or longer. more information -

Moorabool Shire Council, in a letter dated Applications close 12noon Wednesday 1 August 2018
e is at capacity, and I hope that Melbourne Metro 29 May 2018 to Fisken Street residents, re-
sponds to the concerns raised by residents All details available from the website:
will finally realise the wisdom of placing sig- regarding the lack of available parking for
e, nificant additional parking to the south of the residents and their visitors.
at railway during the present works period,” Mr Signatory of the letter, Assessment Manage- Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342
ment Coordinator Indy Ghosh wrote “site
d. Kowarsky said. observations indicate that unrestricted park- Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 CEO: Rob Croxford
Council has advised Fisken Street residents ing along both sides of the Fisken Street [be-
Email: Web:
as tween Edols and Atkinson Streets] is being
of the availability of one ‘resident-exemption-
” permit’ per household, at the Shire offices.
utilised at levels close to capacity. The close
proximity of Ballan Railway Station could be
Facebook: moorabool shire council Twitter: @mooraboolshire
n the factor that contributing (sic) lack of park-
ing within the section of the road.”
or The letter goes on to advise Council is pro-
n posing to introduce a two-hour parking re-
e striction 8.00am to 6.00pm Monday to Friday
on both sides of Fisken Street between Edols
and Atkinson streets.
Residents will be exempt from the parking
restrictions if a resident permit is displayed
it on their vehicle
g Council is seeking opinions and any addi-
tional comments from residents on the pro-
e Inaugural winner of two categories at the recent Rotary Art Show in posal, providing a questionnaire asking for
Bacchus Marsh was local artist Ri Van Veen with her clay piece ‘Gorgeous a yes or no answer to “do you support the
Gorges’. Photo – Helen Tatchell proposed parking restrictions?”

rk moving Construction of the transmission line from the wind farm to the Elaine Terminal Substation is
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Community Centre while Dale likes to manage
the Club Bar. We have a clear path for both
our futures.”

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Doing his best,
and then some
By Carol Saffer gree in Health Science. he was 0:3 off the world junior
When asked what keeps him qualifier time.
Running has been a life long going, Mr Thompson said he has The Gold Coast trials in Feb-
passion for Mitchell Thompson, a passion for the sport. ruary for the Commonwealth
and at just 22-years old, the Bal- Games didn’t go to plan for Mr
“I like to consider myself a stu-
lan local has won the 5.7km Gold Thompson. However, in March
dent of the sport.
Coast Airport Fun Run.
“I did play team sports. But he won the Victorian State Open
Mr Thompson was first to breast 800 metres championship.
when its just me and all the
the tape in 17:16 minutes ahead
hard work I put in myself on the “I like to think that [I have] ten
of over 3000 runners on the last
track [it shows] you can’t really more years in the sport at the
weekend in June as part of the
hide behind 17 other players on level that I can compete against
40th Gold Coast Marathon.
the field. I love testing my own the best in Australia. I don’t see
Proud mum Linda Thompson
ability.” why I can’t get my personal best
who “believe athletics is a base
He funds all his training and time down to something that
for the majority of sports” was
with her husband cheering their travel himself working a full- can be considered elite.”
son onto victory on the Gold time job in a neurological reha- Mr Thompson started with his
Coast. bilitation centre. coach Bruce Scriven when he
“We were very proud that he “I can’t say enough about my was 13 and is still with him. He
achieved his goal,” she said. boss, she has been pretty lenient considers Mr Scriven “probably
Mr Thompson started running with me, allowing me to use my one of the best coaches in Aus-
as a member of the Bacchus annual leave to compete and go tralia if not the world.”
Marsh Little Athletics Club in to the Comm Games trials. I am “I can thank him endlessly for
the Under 6 competitions. lucky enough also to have the my profession as an athlete. Full
He left St Patrick’s College Bal- support of my parents when I do credit to him as not only a coach
larat at age 15, to take up a gen- need a helping hand,” Mitchell but as a sports mentor. If he
eral excellence scholarship with said. never gave me the opportunity
Melbourne Grammar School As a kid his goal was always to to train with him my life would
Mitchell Thompson from Ballan winning the Gold Coast Marathon Fun Run in and graduated from Deakin represent Australia. He got very be completely different to what it
Queensland. Photo – Gold Coast Marathon University last year with a de- close at 18 years of age when is now, no doubt.”


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6/9/18 6-7.30pm Ballan clients/customers
Budgeting for small thatbusiness
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Ballan Playgroup
ADULT EDUCATION Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church
Ballan & District Community House Hall - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 Gordon Catholic Parish
For class enrolment information, venue hire and costs; please 905 558 Tamsin.  Mass Times – Saturday 21 July – Clarkes Hill, 6.30pm
call 5368 1934 or email Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club Sunday 22 July – Gordon, 8.45am; Ballan, 10.30am.
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre - Short Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
courses and classes. 229 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after Service Times - St John’s Ballan  - 1st & 3rd Sundays -
33-35 Jonathan Drive, Darley. BM & District Photography each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. 9:30am; 2nd & 4th Sundays – 11am Family Service; St John’s
Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday of month, 7.30pm. Ballan Anglers Inc Bungaree – 1st Sunday 6pm Saturday; 2nd, 3rd, 4th Sundays,
Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. 9am. Enq. - Rev. Wesley - 5368 2730. 
Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel,
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College - Courses 7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome – Ballan Uniting Church (St Paul’s) - Services 11.15am every
and classes. 229 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries & 0400 003 936. Sunday.
enrolments - 5367 1061. Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park B3 Community - Focused, family friendly church with
Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each a difference. Services every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue
U3A Bacchus Marsh - Active seniors social learning, for
month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119. Bowling Club, Main St, Bacchus Marsh.
daily activities contact 5367 5341 or visit our website - www. Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St,
Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
MEETINGS Enquiries - 1300 660 068.
Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
CWA - The Marshians Night Branch Bacchus Marsh - Meet Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics
Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
first Tuesday of month - The Hub, Wittick St, Darley,7pm.  Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month
2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
Enquiries - Gay Hooper 0413 350 012. at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh.
Enq - 0421 222 717. Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
Ballan & District CWA - Branch meetings – 2nd Thursday Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 9am and 5pm;
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc
each month. RSL Hall, Inglis St, Ballan, 7.30pm. All welcome Balliang - 2nd Sunday 11am, 4th Sunday 9am; Myrniong – 1st
- enquiries to 0407 992 767 or email ballandistrictcwa@gmail. Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
com Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535.
Church of the Living God
Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh)
Ballan District Vintage Machinery & Vehicle Club Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St,
Meetings - second Monday each month, 8pm. Tom Mullane
Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
Pavilion, Ballan Racecourse Reserve. Enquiries – Brian 5368
Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705.
2255 or Ray 5368 1177. Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
The Pottery Group MARKETS
Tuesday and Saturday 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
(next to Tennis Courts), Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome. Ballan Lions Club Market Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit - Mass every
Enquiries to Maureen 0447173031. Next market – Saturday 4 August 2018 Saturday 6.30pm.
First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm. Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Bacchus Marsh Playgroup
Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne). Non-denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
(Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg
Street, Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & Darley Market KYB Monday evenings 6pm (0429 681 566.) Ladies KYB
3pm. Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066. Saturday 21 July 8am - 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each month at Wednesday 1pm (5367 6834).
Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 145 (Alan). Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member Ballan Farmers Market Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
Next Market – Saturday 11 August, 9am-1pm. in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean
Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq- 2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036. Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130. Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.

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Dear Editor, Dear Editor, sion and growth, further putting the
Councillor Tonia Dudzik has the same I write with grave concern about our Hospital at risk when it should be stabi-
right as everyone else - to feel safe in our fantastic hospital. I have been a resident lising and rationalise?
community. More specifically she has a of Ballan for over 30-years and wish to • Why isn’t the Board of Governance re-
right to feel safe while doing her job as remain anonymous. structuring with business style people,
a Councillor. Mr Aquilina’s retaliations
My daughter downloaded the BDH&C the latest addition was in Vet Science!
against council, police and neighbours
2017 financials and we (myself, hus- Business style people can assist, dig the
have been numerous and widespread
band and daughter) spent a night going hospital out of the mess and stop light
over a long period of time. Facebook as
a conveyor of personal (unfiltered) opin- through them by the Bendigo Auditing weight misguided decisions.
ion continues (MN 10 July p6,); the per- firm. Further; the report in your paper Conclusion:
fect forum for misinformation. Godwin last week (MN 3 July 2018) where the
There needs to be an urgent town meet-
Aquilina has a history of using unusual current CEO of the Hospital, Mr Weaire
ing called by the Board and a Q&A ses-
ways for getting the attention of authori- as usual used rhetoric and spin to keep a
sion offered to the community; everyone
ties whenever he feels aggrieved. When lid on the main concerns.
confronted by authorities he uses an donates and supports their hospital, its
I have been involved in running a busi- Minister for Sport John Eren joined Moorabool Mayor Cr
acquired brain injury as justification for time the decision makers answer to
ness (over 40 people) with my husband Paul Tatchell and Cr John Keogh for the $300,000
a wide range of actions. Failing to meet the mess. The CEO is the head of this contribution announcement by council, with a total project
for 31-years. Our GM which is equiva-
council conditions for keeping a ram; lent to Hospitals CEO, produced busi- business, why is it in such a cash flow cost of $365,000 at the recreation reserve in Ballan.
stripping to his undies during a council poor situation and why is he talking Photo - MSC
ness plans, cash flow budgets and drove

Better courts and lighting
meeting; ignoring instructions to tidy expansion?
the business forward, he managed to
his property; and more recently, display-
double the business size in five years. On speaking to staff, there is wasted
ing an effigy of a woman being hung in
Rather than write a long-winded letter I spending on computers upgrades (three Ballan’s passion for sport - even in the depths of winter -
his front yard are just a few retaliations
I know of first hand. Mr Aquilina has will dot point my concerns: times when unnecessary), furniture (un- has been recognised by both State and Local Government
rights too and should be given special • Where is the business plan set out and necessary), over staffing (un-necessary), this month, with a combined $365,000 put forward to
consideration (by mental health experts) executed by the CEO? and finally what is “consolidated spend- resurface and light the netball and tennis courts at the Ballan
because of his confessed acquired brain • Why are there so many staff under the ing? What the hell is that? Recreation Reserve.
injury. As he ramps up his retaliations CEO in such a small business; Director It’s a focal point of this town, it’s time, Minister for Sport John Eren joined Moorabool Shire Mayor
perhaps we all have a right to be con- serious questions need to be answered, Paul Tatchell, Deputy Mayor John Keogh, and representatives
of Clinical Services, Director of Infor-
cerned about where this saga could end from the football, netball and tennis clubs of Ballan in making
mation Services, Director of Allied and the Board, and more importantly
up. Maybe council should have sought the announcement at the grounds on Friday 6 July.
Community Health? the highly paid CEO, must be made
the intervention order, to protect all Moorabool Shire Council put toward the largest contribution,
councillors, staff and the community, • Why is the Hospital selling off assets accountable. a mammoth $300,000.
instead of the only female councillor to bolster cash flow? * The Moorabool News received by The project also received $50,000 from the State Government’s
feeling the need to do it. • Why isn’t the Board holding the CEO Australia Post on Wednesday 11 July Country Football Netball Program, $5,000 from Ballan FNC,
Margaret Scarff accountable for the state of the finances? 2018 and respect the wishes of the con- $5,000 from Ballan Tennis Club, and $5,000 from Ballan
Maddingley • Why is the CEO talking about expan- tributor to remain anonymous. Recreational Reserve Committee of Management.

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Close To Town, Great Views Vacancies
has been no rise at all in the
weekly median price of $250
for a 2BR house.
In Moyne Shire, which in-
cludes Port Fairy, Koroit and
Warrnambool, the very op-
posite is true. 4BR medians
are the same as a year ago
49 Connor Street, Bacchus Marsh ($400), while the 3BR me-
dian has risen 13.3 per cent
Price: $490,000 - $520,000 to $340. And 2BR houses?
This terrific family home is in a great location within GIL KING The median rise there was a
walking distance of the Main Street and with fantastic massive 26.8 per cent to $260.
CEO, REIV Across the Shire, vacancy
views right across town. The home consists of 3
rates have tumbled from 3.0
bedrooms, master with BIR and full ensuite plus a Rental vacancy rates across
to 2.0 per cent.
regional Victoria steadily de-
door to the rear deck, large lounge, spacious meals Latrobe vacancies have
clined over the year ended
area, kitchen with gas stove, rangehood & dishwasher. 30 June, falling from 2.5 per tightened from 3.2 to 1.8 per
Gas ducted heating is installed throughout and 2 x cent to 1.6 per cent, with cent, but again, median rent-
Reverse cycle split system air conditioners for cooling rentals outside Melbourne al rises have been patchy.
more difficult to secure 2BRs are up 2.2 per cent to
provide year round comfort. The double garage has a
than in the capital, where $225 per week. Three-bed-
rolladoor front and back, and the elevated rear deck room houses are still at the
occupancy rates continue to
area with magnificent views is off the meals area. An match increased supplies of June 2017 level of $225, and
added bonus is the large clean under house storage rental stock. 4BR houses have fallen to
area. Walk to Main Street shops via walk way to the Most understand the bal- $325, a drop of 4.4 per cent
ance between supply and over the year.
Madden Drive Estate.
demand will influence pric- Mildura house rental medi-
es. Recent REIV research ans rose across the board as
shows that a shortage of vacancy rates fell from 3.8 to
ready available properties 2.7 per cent and indicate a
for lease, weekly rentals larger return for landlords
across regional Victoria have than there were a year ago.
generally risen. The medians rose 3.2 per
These rises have not been cent to $240 for 2BR houses,
without variation or excep- 3.4 per cent to $300 for 3BR
tion. In Greater Bendigo, houses, and 6.3 per cent to
vacancy rates have tight- $340 for 4BR houses.
ened from 1.8 to 1.4 per A 2BR house in the North-
cent. Median rental price ern Grampians will cost a
for a 4BR home has jumped tenant paying the median
5.1 per cent to $360 a week. just $190 a week. But that is
3BR houses are fetching a an increase of 18.8 per cent
median $300 a week, an in- over the past year. Maybe
crease of 3.4 per cent over the someone has found gold out
12 months. However, there there!
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
Arbee Real Estate
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Arbee Real Estate
FOR SALE 1 Ethan Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 75 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2 2 1 1

3 Bedrooms, Corner Block, Side Access Great Central Location!
What a great way to enter the property market with this comfortable
Close to Main Street this well maintained 2 bedroom home, with formal
family residence with 3 bedooms, master with walk through robe to
lounge, gas heating & wall a/c, kitchen with gas cooking & family
ensuite, an open plan kitchen/meals living area with ducted heating,
bathroom is in the perfect location. On an excellent 660m2 (approx)
split system cooling and solar panels to reduce your power bills.
block with external laundry, fernery & single garage & workshop. Ideal
Externally there is a concrete patio, 6m x3.6m shed, double remote
for first home buyers & investors or developers (STCA).
controlled garage with a panel lift door, on a 649m² corner block.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $440,000-$460,000 FOR SALE $490,000-$520,000
Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 NEW LISTING CONTACT
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157

FOR SALE 2 Simpson Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 53 Horder Crescent, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 16 6 3 5

Unique Gem In The Heart of Town More Than Meets The Eye
Presenting a rare opportunity to purchase this fully refurbished 4 Generous 1100sqm allotment in the very popular Elms Estate, beautiful
bedroom home with substantial shedding that can accommodate up to spacious home allows for combined family living. 6 bedrooms, all with
15 cars. On a huge 1880m² parcel of prime residential land in one of the BIRs & Ens to master, + 2 additional bathrooms, living areas & laundry.
best streets in the Bacchus Marsh CBD. The extension to the original house is perfect for independent living.
Ducted heating & cooling in both areas of the home & great storage.

INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $849,000 FOR SALE $690,000 - $750,000
CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 CONTACT Denise Sniegowski 0456 044 024

FOR SALE 49 Connor Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 143 Underbank Boulevard, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2 4 2 1

Close To Town, Great Views Privacy At Its Best
This terrific family home is in a great location within walking distance of Located in Underbank Estate just 5 minutes from Main Street is this
the Main St & with fantastic views. 3 bedrooms, master with BIR and beautifully designed family home. Featuring 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
full ens plus a door to the rear deck, large lounge, spacious meals area, & 3 toilets. Downstairs presents elite comfortable living from the
kitchen with gas stove, rangehood & dishwasher. Gas ducted heating & designer kitchen to the temperature controlled pool & spa. Elevated
2 x RC split systems. Double garage with rolladoor front & back. setting, commanding spectacular views, 50 metres from bus stop.

INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $490,000-$520,000 FOR SALE Contact agent
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990

FOR SALE 180 Masons Lane, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 26 Rutherford Court, Maddingley
4 2 4

5.5 Acres Close To Town
Beautiful family home, huge outdoor entertaining area & extensive
shedding. 4 bedrooms, master with WIR & ens, remaining 3 with BIRs,
spacious kitchen with island bench & an adjacent meals area & huge
lounge room. Ducted evap cooling, reverse cycle a/c & wood heater.
Outdoor entertaining area joins the house to the 400sqm shedding.

INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $1,750,000 - $1,850,000
CONTACT Peter 0429 671 990 Daryl 0409 233 157

FOR SALE 53 Wittick Street, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 2

Spacious Family Residence
Featuring 4 bedrooms, master with ENS & WIR, bedrooms 2 & 3 with
Rutherford Business Park
WIR & the 4th with double BIRs. Central kitchen with loads of cupboard Ranging in various sizes from 150m2 to 218m2, these innovative designs offer: Three phase power. A collection of versatile

space, dining area, 2 lounges, home theatre, and a double LUG with workspaces in a bespoke gated development ideal for small businesses, tradesmen, SMSF’s & Investors. Architecturally designed.
internal access. Ducted heating & cooling. Plenty of room in the Lofty clear span warehouse. Loading bays. Container height rollerdoors. Wide road for easy truck access. CCTV security. Electronic
backyard, garden shed and rear access on a large 817m² corner block. security gates. On site car parking. Staff amenities. Excellent depreciation benefits.

INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $550,000-$570,000 FOR SALE $295,000-$350,000 exc GST
CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 CONTACT Peter 0429 671 990 Daryl 0409 233 157

Ian McDonald Steve Creese Daryl Gould Peter Leonard Denise Sniegowski Liam Gair
5367 2333 0475 888 101 0409 233 157 0429 671 990 0456 044 024 0407 385 297
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
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YPA Bacchus Marsh

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Darley 56 Dundas Street 3 2 2
Sensational Home In Grantleigh
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features and contemporary style, the functionality of meals and living area create an open feel to the home filled Inspect Saturday 21 July 11.00-11.30am
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4/8 Church Street, Bacchus Marsh
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Saturday Saturday
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3 2 4 4 2 1
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Bacchus Marsh 15 Madden Drive Bed Bath Car

Unique Home with Mesmerising Views Private Sale Beautifully Renovated Home with Private Sale
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Price $680,000 - $720,000 Price $685,000 - $750,000
destined to impress with it’s beautiful Classic built home in a peaceful yet
views, long list of features and versatile Office 2/137 Main Street, convenient setting within walking Office 2/137 Main Street,
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2 bathrooms, a gorgerous kitchen and two lavish bathrooms and a raft
with quality appliances, alfresco Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 of modern features including ducted Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
entertainment area, double garage and Web central heating, gas fireplace, split Web
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size is nearly 1 acre (3292sqm) with Established front & rear gardens and
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4 2 4 3 1 6
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Price $1,225,000 - $1,275,000 Price $749,000 - $799,000
Escape the hustle and bustle and arrive fully renovated 1940 weatherboard
home to this haven where privacy and Office 2/137 Main Street, character home is situated on approx. Office 2/137 Main Street,
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blue stone built home strikes a balance cleared area around the house. Still
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
between elegance and character. close to the Bacchus Marsh township
Situated on approx. 14.85 acres of Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 and freeway outlets. Beautifully Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
predominantly cleared land with a little Web renovated with modern and character Web
light bush and with amazing view to the style, high ceilings, hardwood floors,
Wombat State Forest. feature press metal ceilings in the
hallway, 2 toilets and wood heater.

Saturday Saturday
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3 2 2 4 2 2
Darley 21 Tate Street Bed Bath Car Darley 18 Manning Blvd Bed Bath Car

Modern Home To Suit The Whole Family Private Sale Renovated Home, 1 Acre, Large Shed Private Sale
This single level residence is tailor- 4394m2 Land
Price $590,000 - $630,000 Price $830,000 - $860,000
made for modern day family living and Set away from the road is this fully
effortless entertaining. With a smartly Office 2/137 Main Street, renovated family home, offering a Office 2/137 Main Street,
conceived floorplan that makes perfect Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 peaceful lifestyle of comfort and Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
sense. Situated in the prestigious convenience, flawlessly presented and
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
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840m2 parcel of land with a 21m Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 in the prestigious Manning Estate. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
frontage Web Web
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Scotland in the clear
The below story was posted to The Moorabool News website on Wednesday 11 July at 10.38am.
Moorabool News Exclusive By Todd Whelan
Following an independent investigation, by the Ballarat AFL Goldfields Women’s
Football League (BFL) on Wednesday July 4 into the post-
match melee of Darley Football Club’s Round 10 encounter Football League
with North Ballarat City, the Moorabool News can reveal
Results - Round 11
both Darley coach Heath Scotland and ruckman Abe Kur,
were referred to the BFL tribunal – charged with their AFL Goldfields Women’s Competition
involvement. Redan 6.8 (44) def Gisborne 1.2 (8)
Scotland and Kur pleaded guilty to the charge and were East Point 2.7 (19) def Lake Wendouree 2.4 (16)
handed reprimands following a hearing on Monday July 9.
Carisbrook 20.16 (136) def Darley 0.1 (1)
Kur was also charged with kneeing and received a two-
Heath Scotland.
match suspension. Photos Helen Tatchell Abraham Kur. BFNL U18 Youth Girls
As a result of this finding the Darley Football Club has Ballarat Swans 7.7 (49) def North Ballarat City 0.1 (1)
appealed to the VCFL independent tribunal. Creswick 3.4 (22) def Redan 1.4 (10)
His (Kur) availability for this Saturday’s all important local derby against Bacchus Marsh is unknown at this stage. Ararat Storm 8.10 (58) defeated Carisbrook 1.1 (7)
Scotland is currently serving his second week of a three-week suspension as a player for dissent. He is able to coach and will
be available to return playing in Round 14. The North Ballarat City Football Club were not involved in the melee. RDFNL U18 Youth Girls Competition
Gisborne White 17.16 (118) def Diggers Rest Burras 1.1 (7)
An update from the BFL was sent out to all media on Thursday 12 July at 11am, announcing the Melton Centrals 6.5 (41) def Darley Devils 2.10 (22)
investigation into the incident has concluded. Gisborne Blue 6.10 (46) def Bacchus Marsh Cobras 2.0 (12)
“The Ballarat Football Netball League can confirm that night at Saxon House. AFL Goldfields U15 Youth Girls
the investigation into a series of incidents that took place at The following sanctions have been handed down to the Redan 5.11 (41) def Sunbury Kangaroos 4.4 (28)
Darley Park on Saturday 30 June has concluded. Darley FNC as a result of the recommendations discussed: East Point Dragons 8.14 (62) def Melton JFNC 1.1 (7)
Whilst the BFNL are not in the habit of publicly announcing (1) The Ballarat FNL has endorsed the suspension issued by
the outcomes of investigations, it has been acknowledged Lake Wendouree 4.3 (27) def Melton Centrals 3.4 (22)
the Darley FNC to former President Ray NEWTON, that he
that there has been a higher than normal public interest will be prohibited from holding an official role with the Club BFNL U13 Junior Girls
in this case and the need to communicate the outcomes to for the remainder of the 2018 season. North Ballarat 3.4 (22) def Ballarat Swans 3.1 (19)
assure the public that the matter has been dealt with and a (2) Four Darley FNC supporters have received a life ban from Redan 9.12 (66) def Ballarat Storm 1.4 (10)
clear message that any form of anti-social behaviour at BFNL attending Ballarat FNL matches from this point forward. The
venues will not be tolerated moving forward. Lakers 1.4 (10) def East Point Dragons 1.0 (6)
Darley FNC will inform each individual of their penalties
Following a formal investigation into what took place at and must do everything in their power to ensure they do not RDFNL U13 Junior Girls
Darley Park on Saturday 30 June, six clear recommendations attend another BFNL match moving forward. An additional Bacchus Marsh Cobras 4.8 (32) def Darley Devils 1.3 (9)
were issued to the League to act upon. member of the general public is also being tracked down to Gisborne White 15.11 (101) def Melton Centrals 0.0 (0)
Two recommendations were dealt with by the AFL Goldfields issue a life ban to also.
Independent Tribunal on Monday night at a hearing held at (3) Given the prominent role played by the club President
AFL Goldfields’ Arnolds Creek office. and Senior Coach in this incident, the Darley FNC have been Ballan Golf Club
The results of those two hearings were as follows: fined $5,000 for bringing the league in to disrepute.
Results – Week ending Saturday 14 July
(1) Darley player Abraham KUR was charged under AFL (4) The Darley FNC will be required to engage an AFL
Victoria Country Rule 5.0, unbecoming conduct, in that he: Goldfields Football Development Manager to setup and run Wednesday– Men’s & Ladies.
a. intentionally kneed a spectator contrary to section 19.2.2(a) the following sessions for their Senior Committee Members Winner - Chris Tudor (11) 32 points
(iii) of the AFL Laws of Australian Football; and and Coaching Staff of their Senior, Reserve and U/18.5 on c/b from Kev Lockman (14).
b. engaged in a melee contrary to section 19.2.2(q) of the AFL Football Sides: Magpie -14th Chris Tudor
Laws of Australian Football. Conflict Resolution: With a focus on how to behave when
OUTCOME: KUR was issued a 2-match ban for kneeing the Saturday Stableford
conflict arises, how to address the issues in a proactive
spectator and a reprimand for his involvement in the melee. manner and how to report conflict to the League and AFL Moorabool Cup results for Ballan
(2) Darley player Heath SCOTLAND was charged under Goldfields. played at Bacchus Marsh West. 
AFL Victoria Country Rule 5.0, unbecoming conduct, in that Code of Conduct: The club will run a session with all Winner - Ian Bragge (22) 36 points
he: a. engaged in a melee contrary to section 19.2.2(q) of the members (on-field and off-field) the League’s codes of Second - Peter Di Fiore (11) 35 points.
AFL Laws of Australian Football. conduct, the expectations around behavior and how to deal Third - Michael Di Fiore (15) 33 points.
OUTCOME: SCOTLAND was issued a reprimand for his with breaches.
Moorabool Cup Current Standing:
involvement in the melee. The Ballarat Football Netball League will now work with
the Darley FNC to implement the above sanction and move 1st Bacchus Marsh West Golf Club
The remaining four recommendations were passed onto the
BFNL Board for consideration and each recommendation forward with a positive outlook on the remainder of the 2018 2nd Ballan Golf Club
was discussed at length at a Board meeting held on Tuesday season.” 3rd Bacchus Marsh Golf Club.

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Devils Have Wood Over Cobras
Round one loss against the the joy on people’s faces at tion they’ve held for the North have dropped just
Devils. Sweet revenge, all in the club was great to see. It most part of the season. East the one game at home this Leading Goalkickers
a day’s work. was a strong team effort.” Point have moved to the top, season. DARLEY
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other ideas. Travis Hodgson, the story Marsh (second) and Darley DARLEY 4.2-26 8.4-52 B. GRAHAM 12
The Devils faithful would was one of disappointment (third) a further game away. 11.6-72 14.7-91 def J. EDWARDS 10
ride all hope of winning on and missed opportunity. While Devils Coach Heath BACCHUS MARSH 2.3-15 J. CARRICK 6
the back of a ‘mental edge’ “We lacked energy and in- Scotland and his club duly 4.6-30 7.9-51 9.14-68
that has firmed as real, af- tensity early when the game celebrate in victory, the next DARLEY (GOALS) M.
ter making it four in a row was there to be won,” he chapter on a tough road to Hanson 3, H. Inglis 2, D.
the finals lies ahead. This Robson 2, J. Ancrum, J. Pat- A. WILLITS 39
against the Cobras and five said.
wins from their last six week, an away meeting with tison, L. Herring, K. Forde, J. OWEN 33
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Zeestraten, 2. C. Cullen, 1. J. S. Page 21
community with a backs-to- the assignment, the players When asked if there were “They defend well and Carrick D. Leonard 21
the-wall 23 point upset win, needed to deliver on theirs, any ‘mental demons’ cloud- have a hard running spread.
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at home, over town rival Bac- ing their abilities to over- We’ll have to bring our best
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Mission accomplished. come the Devils, Hodgson again.”
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P W L B F A % PTS P W L F A F (Avg) A (Avg) P W L F A F (Avg) A (Avg)
EAST POINT 11 9 2 1 1157 780 148.3 40 5 4 1 511 404 102 81 6 5 1 646 376 108 63
BACCHUS MARSH 11 8 3 1 1238 790 156.7 36 6 5 1 768 451 128 75 5 3 2 470 339 94 68
DARLEY 11 7 4 1 841 730 115.2 32 6 5 1 534 395 89 66 5 2 3 307 335 61 67
SUNBURY 11 7 4 1 817 713 114.6 32 6 6 0 513 318 86 53 5 1 4 304 395 61 79
LAKE WENDOUREE 11 7 4 1 713 698 102.1 32 5 4 1 321 306 64 61 6 3 3 391 392 65 65
NTH BALLARAT 11 6 5 1 930 798 116.5 28 5 4 1 456 342 91 68 6 2 4 474 455 79 76
MELTON 11 6 5 1 821 778 105.5 28 6 4 2 470 474 78 79 5 2 3 351 304 70 61
SEBASTABOOL 10 5 5 2 676 745 90.7 28 5 3 2 312 365 62 73 5 2 3 364 380 73 76
BALLARAT 11 3 8 1 631 1087 58.0 16 6 2 4 269 474 45 79 5 1 4 362 613 72 123
REDAN 11 1 10 1 740 1071 69.1 8 5 1 4 324 393 65 79 6 0 6 416 678 69 113
MELTON STH 11 1 10 1 783 1157 67.7 8 5 1 4 423 519 85 104 6 0 6 360 638 60 106

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CHFL Ballarat Football League
Results - Round 12
Central Highlands Football League
Ladder Seniors
Lake Wendouree 11.9 (75) def Ballarat 5.10 (40)
Darley 14.7 (91) def Bacchus Marsh 9.14 (68)
Team % PTS
Results – Round 13 Team % PTS Melton 11.16 (82) def Redan 10.18 (78) Seniors
Seniors Seniors East Point 15.17 (107) def North Ballarat City 11.15 (81) 1 East Point..................148.33 40
2 Bacchus Marsh.........156.71 36
Buninyong 19.10 (124) def Learmonth 4.6 (30) 1 Waubra......................165.97 48 Sunbury 14.12 (96) def Melton South 9.16 (70) 3 Darley........................ 115.21 32
Gordon 13.11 (89) def Newlyn 9.6 (60) 2 Buninyong.................260.72 44 4 Sunbury.................... 114.59 32
Bungaree 14.12 (96) def Daylesford 9.7 (61) 3 Beaufort....................214.84 44 5 Lake Wendouree...... 102.15 32
Lake Wendouree 6.10 (46) def Ballarat 6.4 (40) 6 North Ballarat City....116.54 28
Waubra 11.12 (78) def Skipton 6.8 (44) 4 Gordon......................153.64 40
5 Springbank................118.49 40 Bacchus Marsh 15.7 (97) def Darley 2.8 (20) 7 Melton.......................105.53 28
Hepburn 11.17 (83) def Creswick 5.5 (35) 8 Sebastopol.................90.74 28
Beaufort 10.14 (74) def C’ham/Linton 4.5 (29) 6 Newlyn......................159.83 36 Melton 14.12 (96) def Redan 2.7 (19)
9 Ballarat.......................58.05 16
Dunnstown 6.20 (56) def Clunes 7.9 (51) 7 Bungaree..................155.57 36 East Point 14.13 (97) def North Ballarat City 1.2 (8) 10 Redan..........................69.09 8
Springbank 9.11 (65) def R’wood/C’hap 3.6 (24) 8 Learmonth.................133.42 32 Sunbury 13.9 (87) def Melton South 3.12 (30) 11 Melton South............... 67.68 8
9 Hepburn.................... 129.13 32 Reserves
Reserves Under 18.5s 1 East Point ................ 256.67 46
10 Dunnstown................91.88 28
Buninyong 19.12 (126) def Learmonth 1.3 (9) Lake Wendouree 11.9 (75) def Ballarat 9.10 (64) 2 Bacchus Marsh.........190.43 40
11 Ballan........................66.70 20 3 Sunbury.................... 127.62 34
Gordon 8.6 (54) def Newlyn 5.5 (35) Bacchus Marsh 8.10 (58) def Darley 5.21 (51)
12 Skipton......................55.64 20 4 Darley........................ 112.71 28
Bungaree 9.18 (72) def Daylesford 3.7 (25) Redan 6.9 (45) def Melton 4.5 (29) 5 Melton South............. 99.85 24
13 Creswick...................69.59 16
Waubra 12.6 (78) def Skipton 2.4 (16) 14 Daylesford................. 63.71 12 East Point 10.8 (68) def North Ballarat City 6.12 (48) 6 Lake Wendouree.......91.08 24
Hepburn 10.5 (65) def Creswick 8.4 (52) 7 Melton........................85.52 24
15 C’ham/Linton............... 46.12 8 Sunbury 23.19 (157) def Melton South 2.5 (17)
Beaufort 14.10 (94) def C’ham/Linton 3.1 (19) 8 Sebastopol.................70.68 24
16 R’wood/C’hap.............43.44 8 9 Redan.........................62.41 20
Dunnstown 11.6 (72) def Clunes 3.1 (19) 17 Clunes...........................1.32 4 10 Ballarat......................73.82 12
R’wood/C’hap 17.11 (113) def Springbank 7.6 (48) Ballarat Junior Football League 11 North Ballarat City....54.94 12
Ballan 9.6 (60) def Smythesdale 5.10 (40) Reserves Under 18.5s
U16.5 Seniors
1 East Point..................169.42 44
Under 18 1 Beaufort................... 325.58 48 Lake Wendouree 5.8 (38) def Ballarat 5.4 (34) 2 Lake Wendouree......165.33 40
Buninyong 7.9 (51) def Learmonth 5.4 (34) 2 Learmonth.................212.64 48 North Ballarat 5.14 (44) def Redan 1.5 (11) 3 North Ballarat City... 256.35 36
Newlyn 7.9 (51) def Gordon 6.8 (44) 3 Buninyong................ 433.67 44 East Point 7.12 (54) def Mount Clear 4.15 (39) 4 Sunbury.................... 141.72 32
Bungaree 15.18 (108) def Daylesford 0.0 (0) 4 Bungaree.................. 141.49 32 5 Redan........................120.63 32
U16.5 Reserves 6 Ballarat......................116.50 28
Skipton 12.14 (86) def Waubra 2.2 (14) 5 Dunnstown................138.00 32
Ballarat 16.16 (112) def Lake Wendouree 4.3 (27) 7 Darley.........................81.24 24
Hepburn 10.16 (76) def Creswick 3.4 (22) 6 Creswick................... 125.15 32 8 Bacchus Marsh.......... 57.87 20
Bacchus Marsh 14.13 (97) def Darley 3.4 (22)
C’ham/Linton 11.12 (78) def Beaufort 2.10 (22) 7 Ballan........................ 112.77 32 9 Melton........................73.46 16
Redan 9.11 (65) def North Ballarat 4.6 (30) 10 Melton South............... 24.14 8
Dunnstown 6.7 (43) def Clunes 5.7 (37) 8 Hepburn....................102.92 32
9 Waubra...................... 101.18 28 Sebastopol 7.12 (54) def East Point 4.9 (33) 11 Sebastopol...................0.00 0
Springbank 23.16 (154) def R’wood/C’hap 0.2 (2) U16.5 Seniors
10 Smythesdale.............98.54 24 U14 Seniors
Smythesdale 11.6 (72) def Ballan 6.6 (42) 1 North Ballarat............225.47 36
11 R’wood/C’hap...........89.61 24 Ballarat 6.5 (41) def Lake Wendouree 1.6 (12)
Under 15 2 East Point................. 222.54 36
12 Newlyn..................... 111.66 20 Darley 6.5 (41) def Bacchus Marsh 5.9 (39) 3 Lake Wendouree..... 208.92 36
Buninyong 19.13 (127) def Learmonth 1.0 (6) 4 Redan........................ 118.43 24
13 Gordon...................... 68.19 16 North Ballarat 11.14 (80) def Redan 1.5 (11)
Gordon 20.14 (134) def Newlyn 2.3 (15) 5 Ballarat.......................85.57 20
14 C’ham/Linton.............58.94 16 East Point 21.18 (144) def Sebastopol 0.2 (2)
Bungaree 6.1 (37) def Daylesford 4.1 (25) 6 Mount Clear............... 75.51 12
15 Skipton.......................47.10 16 U14 Reserves 7 Darley...........................36.33 4
Skipton 21.8 (134) def Waubra 0.0 (0) 16 Daylesford................. 46.15 12 Lake Wendouree 4.4 (28) def Ballarat 1.0 (6) 8 Bacchus Marsh............25.69 4
Creswick 13.18 (96) def Hepburn 2.4 (16) 17 Clunes....................... 41.88 12 U16.5 Reserves
Bacchus Marsh 3.6 (24) def Darley 2.2 (14)
Beaufort 16.20 (116) def C’ham/Linton 0.0 (0) 18 Springbank..................39.28 0 1 Ballarat......................299.70 44
North Ballarat 4.9 (33) def Redan 4.7 (31) 2 Mount Clear..............159.86 36
Dunnstown 11.11 (77) def Clunes 0.1 (1)
East Point 5.3 (33) def Sebastopol 3.7 (25) 3 Bacchus Marsh.........188.28 32
Springbank 7.5 (47) def R’wood/C’hap 2.4 (16) Under 18
U12 Seniors 4 Redan........................148.36 32
Smythesdale 25.15 (165) def Ballan 0.0 (0) 1 Springbank................534.10 52 5 Sebastopol................100.00 20
Lake Wendouree 4.2 (26) def Ballarat 2.5 (17)
2 Buninyong.................291.07 48 6 North Ballarat............ 86.90 20
Bacchus Marsh 5.1 (31) def Darley 4.7 (31) 7 Lake Wendouree.......80.41 16
Central Highlands Netball League 3 Hepburn................... 536.69 44
Central Highlands Netball League 4 Newlyn......................274.25 44 North Ballarat 10.15 (75) def Redan 4.2 (26) 8 East Point...................66.81 16
Results– –Round
13 East Point 9.12 (66) def Sebastopol 3.4 (22) 9 Darley........................... 11.32 4
Results 5 Learmonth.................269.19 40 U14 Seniors
6 C’ham/Linton............ 204.60 36 U12 Reserves 1 North Ballarat...........1041.05 42
Club 13&U 15&U 17&U C B A
Smythesdale 19 17 13 7 4 11 7 Creswick...................154.07 32 Ballarat 5.5 (35) def Lake Wendouree 0.0 (0) 2 East Point..................789.68 42
Ballan 9 26 33 36 64 72 8 Beaufort....................122.75 28 Darley 7.6 (48) def Bacchus Marsh 0.0 (0) 3 Mount Clear............. 254.58 36
Carngham 19 27 32 31 54 38 4 Redan.........................71.56 20
9 Gordon...................... 106.19 28 North Ballarat 3.1 (19) def Redan 1.5 (11) 5 Bacchus Marsh..........53.19 20
Beaufort 12 31 31 29 33 39
Daylesford 10 21 17 12 23 12 10 Dunnstown................ 57.77 24 Sebastopol 7.12 (54) def East Point 0.0 (0) 6 Sebastopol.................31.23 20
Bungaree 29 26 44 58 48 88 11 Waubra .....................91.44 20 7 Lake Wendouree....... 37.54 16
Learmonth 12 22 41 38 43 57 12 Bungaree................. 90.94 20 8 Darley.........................34.25 12
Buninyong 33 16 22 19 26 33 13 Skipton......................65.10 20 Ballarat Netball League
Ballarat Football/Netball League 9 Ballarat.......................32.48 12
U14 Reserves
Clunes 7 25 9 30 30 31
Dunnstown 20 14 34 51 33 59 14 R’wood/C’hap........... 37.33 12 Senior Results – Round 12
Results – Round 12 1 North Ballarat............479.55 40
Newlyn 9 24 26 35 31 28 15 Clunes......................... 47.73 8 Club A B C D 19&U E 2 Mount Clear............. 258.80 40
Gordon 21 3 31 18 28 34 16 Smythesdale...............28.69 8 Ballarat 47 40 28 21 33 23 3 Redan........................196.01 32
Lake Wendouree 48 48 27 43 33 27
Creswick 16 20 18 17 27 51 17 Ballan.......................... 33.16 4 4 Lake Wendouree...... 137.50 28
Darley 48 34 31 12 32 14
Hepburn 31 24 44 61 45 41 5 Sebastopol.................70.86 24
18 Daylesford....................3.69 0 Bacchus Marsh 65 44 28 41 30 43
Skipton 21 11 25 21 20 16 Melton 37 21 16 36 33 - 6 East Point...................76.00 22
Waubra 7 35 16 40 41 59 Redan 56 43 40 25 18 - 7 Bacchus Marsh..........49.21 12
Rokewood 13 - 11 14 18 46 Under 15 Nth Ballarat City 52 16 9 19 36 - 8 Darley.........................35.54 12
East Point 47 53 46 40 18 -
Springbank 16 - 14 47 50 56 1 Skipton..................... 863.89 52 Sunbury 49 73 31 36 33 -
9 Ballarat.......................32.49 10
2 Gordon..................... 699.52 48 Melton South 39 42 26 25 42 - U12 Seniors
1 Mount Clear..............221.20 40
CHFL Top Goal Kickers 3 Bungaree................. 404.30 46 2 East Point................. 226.25 36
4 Springbank................514.93 44 3 North Ballarat............193.33 36
Isaac Baker Buninyong.............................. 32
5 Buninyong................ 290.83 36 BFL Top Goal Kickers 4 Ballarat......................146.40 24
6 Daylesford.................133.80 36 5 Darley........................ 130.11 22
Luke Mirtschin Bungaree................................. 25 Seniors 6 Bacchus Marsh..........89.30 22
7 Beaufort................... 262.46 34 William Young North Ballarat City................ 45
Reserves 7 Lake Wendouree.......69.55 16
8 Smythesdale............. 140.15 32 Aaron Willitts Bacchus Marsh....................... 39 8 Redan.........................48.51 16
Rodney Watts Ballan....................................... 42 9 R’wood/C’hap...........184.36 28 Jake Owen Bacchus Marsh...................... 33 9 Sebastopol...................20.27 8
Connor Ronan Dunnstown............................. 22 Benjamin Speight Bacchus Marsh........................31 U12 Reserves
10 Creswick..................149.64 28
Under 18 11 Waubra......................56.78 20 1 North Ballarat............557.61 44
James Spicer Springbank............................. 83 2 Sebastopol................405.41 36
12 Learmonth.................42.51 20 Ethan Tibbles Bacchus Marsh....................... 40 3 Ballarat......................341.44 36
Nicholas Spratling Bungaree................................. 24 13 Newlyn...................... 37.00 12 Aaron Speak Darley...................................... 20 4 Darley........................222.07 28
Under 15 14 C’ham/Linton.............34.65 12 Jack Powell Bacchus Marsh........................14 5 Redan....................... 266.20 24
Connor Parkin Springbank............................. 78 15 Dunnstown..................39.98 8 Under 18.5s 6 East Point..................104.00 20
16 Hepburn...................... 37.27 8 Jack Tuohy Lake Wendouree................... 23 7 Mount Clear............... 62.12 12
Daniel Pascoe Gordon..................................... 60 8 Bacchus Marsh...........27.15 12
Lachlan Reynolds Gordon..................................... 43 17 Clunes..........................8.06 4 Andrew Azzopardi Darley...................................... 12
9 Lake Wendouree......... 41.25 8
Tobey Jeffrey Bungaree................................. 32 18 Ballan........................... 1.42 0 Connor Ascough Darley...................................... 12 10 Ballarat Storm..............2.55 0
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Cobra vs Devils
We had a busy week at the Cobras
last week. Darley ventured across
the bridge for our second match
for the season. The two teams
came together to support some
fundraising for a very worthy cause,
Brain Cancer. Ex Cobra girl, Faith
Cook, (now Brewer) is suffering
from the horrible illness. Faith is a
friend to many at both the Cobras
and Devils football clubs. Faith was Faith Cook (Brewer) and female
one of the first female footballers footballer Elyse Cook.
10 Church Street, Bacchus Marsh, for the Cobras under 10s 30 years
Melbourne 3340 ago! On the 19th of September, local man, Brett Williams, who has been 8/151 Gisborne Rd,
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Marsh to raise awareness and funds for the disease and honour those who Darley VIC 3340
have suffered. In support the kids all wore grey armbands or ribbons in
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for the two clubs, a bake sale and raffle to raise money. The GB Forestry (03) 5367 5680
Cobras would like to wish Faith and her family all of our best wishes for
their journey ahead.
Last weekend the PHSA Cobra Junior football teams faced off for a second
time this season against Darley. The Baby Black Under 10s played really
strongly, they come leaps and bounds every week. The Taco Bill Under 12
reserves were no match for a very strong Darley side. They needed a lot
more run and spread. B/Marsh 0-0-0 Darley 7-6-48. The seniors played a
nail biter, drawing their match. They played a tough game but their legs
tired out and Darley came back in the dying minutes. B/Marsh 5-1-31
Darley 4-7-31. The Watson’s Bulk Logistics Under 14 Reserves won their
match using some clever footy. Elliot Missen won the courage award.
B/Marsh 3-6-24 Darley 2-2-14. The Plant Hire Solutions Under 16.5
Reserves put in another solid four quarters of footy. They were challenged
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Summer Hope won the courage award. B/Marsh 4 Darley 28. The Seniors
lost but played a very neat game. Sienna Johnston received the courage
award. B/Marsh 12 Darley 31. The Under 15 Reserves showed that
working as a team gets results. Emmerson received the courage award B/
Marsh 32 Darley 20. The Under 15 seniors weren’t as lucky in their match. A big thanks
Hannah Conroy received the courage award. B/Marsh 20 Darley 35. The to our other
Under 17 Reserves didn’t let the pressure off Darley. Siobhan Bradford
received the courage award. B/Marsh 36 Darley 30. The Under 17 Seniors
did put in a good effort but it didn’t show on the score board. Rachael
Jackson received the courage award. B/Marsh 21 Darley 35.
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Bacchus Marsh Soccer Club Darley Junior Football Netball Club
Results - Round 12
Round 11 v Bacchus Marsh
Under 13s Div 1 Open FOOTBALL
Bacchus Marsh Blue (1) drew Victoria Park Blue (1) U/10 Seniors
Darley 1-0-6 lost Bacchus Marsh
Goal - David Dillon (1)
Under 13s Div 2 Open Goals – Kai Watkins 1 U13 Girls Football
Bacchus Marsh Yellow (0) lost Victoria Park White (1) Awards –Kai Watkins (Courage Darley 1-3-9 def by Bacchus Marsh
Award). 4-8-32
Under 15s Div 1 Open
U/10 Reserves Goals – Addison Wright 1
Bacchus Marsh Blue (2) def Warrnambool Rangers (1) Awards – Ayla Scicchitano (Courage
Darley 3-6-24 lost Bacchus Marsh
Goals - Jacob Kirwan (1), Ace Clark (1) 5-2-32 Award).
Under 16 Girls Goals – Oliver Cape 1, Aidan Weaver, NETBALL
Joseph Ford U/11 Seniors
Bacchus Marsh (1) drew Buninyong (1)
Awards – Trent Younger (Courage Darley 29 def Bacchus Marsh 2
Goal - Ava Ferella (1) Goals – Alanah Tango 18, Mia Hayes
Senior Men’s Div. 2 7, Eve Blunt 4.
U/12 Seniors
Bacchus Marsh (5) def Ballarat White (2) Awards – Eve Blunt (Courage Award)
Darley 4-7-31 drew Bacchus Marsh
U/11 Reserves
Goals - Leroy Almenara (3), Jackson Almenara (2) 5-1-31
Darley 11 def Bacchus Marsh 2
Goals – Jackson Davies 1, Grant
Goals – Abbey Vallence 4, Imogen
Hatcher, Max Hoey, Tyler Mitchell Iredale 4, Ryley Benbow 1, Alexandra
Awards - Grant Hatcher (Courage Harris 1, Shanayd Spence 1
Award). Awards – Tahlia Scicchitano (Courage
U/12 Reserves Award).
Darley 7-6-48 def Bacchus Marsh Mackenzie Estlick was the fastest over
U/13 Seniors
0-0-0 the 1500m course.
Darley 31 def Bacchus Marsh 12
Goals – Ayden Champness 2,
Harrison Benbow, Ethan Matthews 1,
Goals – Ava Densley 20, Bridie
Shanahan 10, Milly Vallance 1
Bacchus Marsh Little
Lachlan Bartolo, Chaz Jones
Awards – Archie Colbron (Courage
Awards – Claudia Runge (Courage
Athletics Centre
Award). U/13 Reserves Cross Country was held at Lady
U/14 Seniors Darley 28 def Bacchus Marsh 4 Northcote Camp, Rowsley on Saturday.
Darley 6-5-41 def Bacchus Marsh Goals - Charlotte Drevensek 11, Ella Although temperatures dropped below
5-9-39 Closter 7, Ava Kajina 6, Maddy Vella 4 zero overnight, the club’s athletes were
Goals – Brady Wright 2, Aaron Awards – Sienna Duggan (Courage greeted with a beautiful sunny winter’s
Cadman 1, Jayven Tanner, Nick Award).
Cadman, Rocky Hoey. U/15 Seniors
Darley 35 def Bacchus Marsh 20 Under 6 athlete, Jax Coulton continued
U/14 Reserves
Goals - Britney Ellis 17, Eliza Tango his winning form over the 500m distance.
Darley 2-2-14 lost Bacchus Marsh
10, Takeya Tanner 7, Makita Spence 1 In the Under 7 & 8 1000 metre event, Myah
Awards – Brooke McNeill (Courage Estlick was the first home for the Under 7s
Goals – Mitchell Gallagher 1, Tyler
Award). while Imogen Lidgett-Egan and Deegan
U/15 Reserves Doyle recorded wins for the Under 8s.
U/16.5 Seniors
Darley 20 lost Bacchus Marsh 32 Mackenzie Estlick (Under 10) was the
Darley 4-11-35 lost Bacchus Marsh
Goals – Edyn Thomas 9, Isabella fastest over the 1500 metre course while
DiMeri 6, Emily Cook 5 Nicholas Ide and Sarah Burton were the
Goals – Bryce Stephenson 2, Rylan
Awards – Grace Holt (Courage Under 9 winners for this distance. In the
Tanner 1, Adam Azzopardi.
Award). 2000 metre event, Mitchell Wells, Nate
U/16.5 Reserves U/17 Seniors
Darley 3-4-22 lost Bacchus Marsh Sadhai and James Burton were the top 3
Darley 35 def Bacchus Marsh 21 boys home while Elise Cooke, Danielle
14-13-97 Goals - Emma Winzar 24, Kaylee
Goals – Jye Burton 1, Mitchell Brislin, Ide and Freya Lidgett-Egan were the top
Banner 6, Ella Cook 5
Harrison Barnes. 3 placegetters for the girls. The open
Awards – Holly Van Meel (Courage
Youth Girls Football age athletes completed 3 laps of the 1km
Darley 2-10-22 lost Melton Central U/17 Reserves course with Jack Mutsaerts first across
6-5-41 Darley 30 lost Bacchus Marsh 36 the finish line, closely followed by Bridget
Goals – Imogen Goullet 1, Amber Goals –Ebony Pigott 20, Keeley Henthorn.
Mifsud Growcott 9, Maddy Hodge 1 This week’s meet will be held at the
Awards – Danielle Sultana (Courage Awards – Ebony Pigott (Courage Myrniong Reserve with the first event to
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VIRGO—August 23-September 22
It’s much easier to finish old jobs than begin new ones.
★★★★★★★★ ✯✯✯✯✯✯
Added doses of gentleness is needed in your romantic
situation. By crossing T’s and dotting I’s will lessen the
chances of silly errors.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
★★★★★★★★ You are in the limelight this weekend: enjoy! Don’t en-
ter any tempting agreements unless you really believe in
them. Important actions follow in quick successions.
ARIES—March 21-April 20 SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
Your energy level peaks and it’s a good time for polish- You are alternately observant and forgetful and life turns
ing off all those large jobs you were putting off. Still, into a kind of lost and found. Be much more direct with
you need to re-charge. Get away for a break. people, especially at the workplace.
TAURUS—April 21-May 22
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
A cherished wish may turn to reality - and you are caught
off guard. The emphasis is on business and finance after Looking after small details are important this week. A
the weekend. Facts must be challenged and theories tested Virgo may figure prominently in your dreams. Be less
often. timid with peers, less bold with bosses.
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
It’s time for paper pushing. Try to pay bills as soon as Your pay could be raised and standards should soar. It’s
possible. The arts are featured on the weekend. This week generally an improvement week. Home repairs are not
favours entering contests and competitions. your forte - so don’t waste time and call a professional.
CANCER—June 22-July 22 AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
NO. 9052 This is a perfect week for presenting ideas and propos-
ACROSS DOWN Your doubts may dwindle about your popularity and this
als, on the job and on the homefront. Later in the week,
1. Skin specialist (13) 1. Abandon (6) boost your mate’s sagging confidence. Watch for subtle should be a social and happy week. Put humour in writing
8. Keen (5) 2. Cook (5) changes in the atittudes of others. and in your general style. This is a week for surprises,
9. Short (7) 3. Dress (7) cancellations and endless errands.
10. Reply (6) 4. Leer (4) LEO—July 23-August 22
11. Fertile (6) 5. Happen (5) PISCES—February 20-March 20
12. Little (5) 6. Unworthy (7) Legal matters and athletic fun figure in the week’s pic- You will be putting in overtime helping neighbours or
14. Group (5) 7. Pass (6) ture. Compromise is the present keyword, at home or at
relatives. In personal relationships, be prepared for a
18. Book (6) 13. Notes (7) work. Inlaws prove valuable friends. Spend more time
20. Savage (6) 15. Shorten (7) with them. positive change. Avoid rich dishes and potent drinks.
23. Trellis (7) 16. Run (6)
24. Missile (5) 17. Scowl (6) VIRGO—August 23-September 22 BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
25. Plant (7-6) 19. Excuse (5) You are ambitious and you aim for the stars. Determined,
21. Hurl (5) It’s much easier to finish old jobs than begin new ones. you will travel to the moon to avoid insecurity - the prob-
22. Eager (4) Added doses of gentleness is needed in your romantic
lem is, you can be too cautious. New ventures gain mo-
situation. By crossing T’s and dotting I’s will lessen the
CRYPTIC PUZZLE chances of silly errors. mentum. Friendships forged now can be lifelong ones.
1. “I need a wig”? (4,9). 8. Leave one inside to preside LIBRA—September 23-October 22
over (5). 9. Birds that live in holes? (7). 10. She won a You are in the limelight this weekend: enjoy! Don’t en-
beauty competition in America and got married (6). 11. ter any tempting agreements unless you really believe in

An indentation, or hole, in the wood (6). 12. Clobber and them. Important actions follow in quick successions.
you give first aid to (5). 14. When you write. it’s wobbly
(5). 18. Ordering a statue is shrewd (6). 20. Putting the SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
bird in her keeping is a blunder (6). 23. The soldiers
intend, too, to invade (7). 24. Jammed one foot in on You are alternately observant and forgetful and life turns
various occasions (5). 25. Keep the receiver down and
don’t join in the argument (3,2,3,5).
into a kind of lost and found. Be much more direct with
people, especially at the workplace.
DOWN ANSWER BELOW 22-December 22
1. Get to be, before you arrive (6). 2. Conducts, but plays
first (5). 3. Talks about the right food for vegetarians (7). Looking after small details are important this week. A
4. Voice, in a moral tone (4). 5. Come in and record (5). Virgo may figure prominently in your dreams. Be less
6. The incident of the pie-throwing does get distorted timid with peers, less bold with bosses.
(7). 7. What we’re taslking about are the mines in deficit
(6). 13. Withdraw, again, the brochure (7). 15. Parade CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
and exhibition cancelled (4,3). 16. They’re in S. America, Your pay could be raised and standards should soar. It’s
twit! The map is upside-down (6). 17. Country that has generally an improvement week. Home repairs are not
it’s own currency and English (6). 19. Point the north out
(5). 21. In which Horace wrote nothing about the Army your forte - so don’t waste time and call a professional.
in retreat (5). 22. The smart Swiss move slowly (4). AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
Your doubts may dwindle about your popularity and this
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9051 should be a social and happy week. Put humour in writing
and in your general style. This is a week for surprises,
Thorn (anag.). 21, L-AT-in (rev.). 22, In-CH.
cancellations and endless errands.
Across - 1, Musquash. 6, Sack. 8, Idea. 9, Portrait. 10,
tract. 15, Show off . 16, Pam-pas (rev.). 17, Franc-E. 19,
Broth. 11, Lather. 13, Scotch. 15, Setter. 17, Crocus. 19, PISCES—February 20-March 20
to(ne). 5, Enter. 6, Epi-sode. 7, The-m(in)es. 13, Re-
Agent. 22, Paternal. 23, Ever. 24, Gnat. 25, Tungsten.
Down - 1, Be-come. 2, Leads. 3, Sp-R-outs. 4, (mor)Al-
You will be putting in overtime helping neighbours or
Down - 2, Under. 3, Quartet. 4, Alps. 5, Harmless. 6,
Sit on the fence.
relatives. In personal relationships, be prepared for a
Sprat. 7, Chinese. 12, Chestnut. 14, Certain. 16,Tigress.
tute (anag.). 20, H-owl-er. 23, Pla-too-n. 24, O-ft-en. 25,
positive change. Avoid rich dishes and potent drinks.
18, Cheat. 20, Niece. 21, Plan.
Miss-US. 11, Gr-O-ove. 12, Dress. 14, As-pen. 18, As-
Across - 1, Bald statement. 8, Cha-I-r. 9, Tit-mice. 10,
Across - 1, Affected. 6, Bass. 8, S-or-t. 9, Calls for. 10, You are ambitious and you aim for the stars. Determined,
Tried. 11, Vic-Tim. 13, Adhe-re. 15, Re-pose. 17, Fringe
Gallop. 17, Glower. 19, Alibi. 21, Throw. 22, Keen. you will travel to the moon to avoid insecurity - the prob-
(anag.). 19, Fr-own. 22, ABs-I-nthe. 23, Save. 24, Sees
cur. 6, Ignoble. 7, Ticket. 13, Minutes. 15, Curtail. 16, lem is, you can be too cautious. New ventures gain mo-
(Cs). 25, Dwelling.
DOWN - 1, Desert. 2, Roast. 3, Apparel. 4, Ogle. 5, Oc- mentum. Friendships forged now can be lifelong ones.
Down - 2, Flo-or. 3, Ex-treme(ndous). 4, Tick. 5, Deliv-
Brutal. 23, Lattice. 24, Arrow. 25, Passion-flower.
ery. 6, BA-sic. 7, Stor-I-es. 12, Repented (anag.). 14,
tort. 11, Arable. 12, Small. 14, Octet. 18, Annual. 20,
Du-rab-le. 16, Peru-Sal. 18, Nails. 20, Woven. 21, Peke
Across - 1, Dermatologist. 8, Sharp. 9, Laconic. 10, Re-
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