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Photo – Helen Tatchell

Cobras v Devils
By Helen Tatchell the 2017 grand final where Darley claimed the investment in to the grounds and playing surface.
premiership flag. A Hall of Fame function is scheduled for July and
They may be smiling now but come this Saturday BFL Chairman John Seeary said this season is the the league boasts 75 sponsors and partners for the
at Maddingley Park, (pictured L-R) Liam Mullen most exciting year yet. upcoming season.
(Bacchus Marsh Senior football vice-capt), Travis “The 2018 season will be another remarkable year,
Hodgson (Cobras coach), and Darley coach Heath The senior football match between Bacchus Marsh
especially as we enter the 125th year of competition.
Scotland with captain Shane Page, will only be and Darley will commence at 2pm at Maddingley
“We have a sixth senior netball competition, E Grade,
focused on the game at hand, and only one team will Park this Saturday, April 21.
and our junior teams and clubs continue to grow,” he
be smiling when the final siren sounds. said at the launch of the BFL season on Friday 13 April.
The local derby is Round 1 of the Ballarat Football AFL Goldfields Commercial and Regional Operations (Read the ‘Clash of the Locals’ preview of the
Netball Club 2018 season and will see Bacchus Marsh Manager, Aaron Nunn thanked all councils including Round 1 match by Moorabool News sports writer
take on cross town rivals Darley, in a re-match of Moorabool Shire council for their continued Todd Whelan on page 21 of this edition.)

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ready to
By Kate Taylor

A piece of tidy-up work, the Planning Scheme

Amendment C86 is another step closer to
Councilors voted at the March council meeting
to seek authorisation from the Planning
Minister to prepare and exhibit the amendment
– and affected landowners will be notified
thanks to an additional condition proposed by
West Ward Councillor Tom Sullivan.
The amendment is set to correct a number of
errors and anomalies that have been identified
in the planning scheme.
“Council officers occasionally receive
queries from public authorities and private
parties regarding errors and anomalies in the
Moorabool Planning Scheme,” read a report
Photos: Helen Tatchell tabled at the meeting.

Centenary March
“Most of these are for fairly minor matters. In
such cases, parties are typically advised that
the matter may be eligible for inclusion in a list
of errors and anomalies to be corrected via a
future planning scheme amendment.
“This saves Council and the public resources,
By Helen Tatchell because the alternative would be for a
large number of private planning scheme
ANZAC Day is always April 25, but the Sunday amendments to be lodged for very minor
before in Bacchus Marsh is when the RSL hold matters related to zoning, overlays or planning
their parade. schedules.”
Leaving the Bacchus Marsh hospital cark park Combining a large number of minor matters
in Grant street at 2pm on Sunday 22 April, the into one amendment will minimise the impact
Centenary March will proceed to the Village on the resources of council’s Strategic Planning
Green in Main street next to the RSL Memorial and Development Unit.
Hall. The report noted that currently, a number
Bruce Lawton (BM RSL Sec/Tres) said the of properties are incorrectly zoned which
afternoon would also include a free concert. prejudices the orderly planning, use and
development of the land.
“After the commemorative service there will be
an afternoon tea with a small concert to enjoy. “In some cases, privately owned land is
incorrectly included in a public land zone,
“An ANZAC Centenary Tribute ‘We Will
while in other cases publicly owned land is
Remember Them’, will be performed by the included in a private zone, either partially or
Sunbury Choral Association,” Mr Lawton said. wholly. Most of the latter cases relate to assets
A Dawn Service will be held on the morning owned by Central Highlands Water (such as
of Wednesday 25 April at 5.45am at the Village water tanks) proposed to be included under the
Green, near the cenotaph in Main street Bacchus Public Use Zone 1.”
Marsh. In addition to zoning errors/anomalies, there
“A Gunfire breakfast will be provided by are some cases where the Heritage Overlay has
the local SES for those up early to enjoy,” Mr also been applied to the incorrect land.
Lawton said. “Based on the number and significance of the
“A small dedication service will follow where a errors, anomalies and miscellaneous matters
WWI Red Ensign Flag will be presented to the identified to date, officers have deemed it an
people of Bacchus Marsh by the Rotary Club.” appropriate time to pursue this amendment.”


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Footy on the
By Jessica Howard

Cross town football rivals Darley and Bacchus Marsh will receive equal
airtime on Apple 98.5fm this season.
The community radio station will cover the two football and netball
teams equally, with all home games broadcast live throughout the Ballarat
Football League season.
Bill Mansell, Apple 98.5 Secretary and Treasurer, said it was a huge
decision to give the BFL coverage a shake-up.
“For a number of years, we have been doing Match of the Round, where
we co-broadcast with Melton,” he said.
“That meant we were often broadcasting two Ballarat teams, or two
Melton teams; so this year we decided to just really focus on our town”.
Mr Mansell said the schedule created by Apple 98.5fm meant both teams
received equal air time.
“The way this year’s fixture works is that sometimes the two teams play
at home together, both away in Ballarat or both at home in Bacchus Marsh.
We have therefore made the decision of which team we would choose for
that match, with both teams receiving the same amount of broadcasting
The broadcasting team consists of Todd Whelan, an experienced
broadcaster from multiple different stations; Wayne Miller from Apple
98.5fm, Bill Lucas and students from Ballarat Grammar School.
“We decided to put a call out for any students who may be interested in
sports journalism, or anything else in the field,” Mr Mansell said.
“We got a few responses back and a couple of students from Grammar
will be helping; one will work in the box and the other will be on the
ground, and if they want to swap they can. This will be a good experience
for them as they can get right into the game, taking scores for both football
and netball, and sticking the microphone in the face of the coach when
they can”.
The live broadcast will kick off with the senior grand final replay between (L-R) Bill Lucas and Moorabool News’ sports writer Todd Whelan are ready to broadcast on Apple 98.5fm the
Darley and Bacchus Marsh on Saturday April 21 at 2pm, at Maddingley local Bacchus Marsh and Darley football matches, starting with Round 1 this Saturday at Maddingley Park,
Park. featuring the 2017 grand final replay between the cross town rivals. Photo – Helen Tatchell

Taskforce on
the radar
By Kate Taylor

An Economic Development Taskforce will

officially be created in Moorabool.
Councilors voted at the April 4 council
meeting to put the taskforce in place to
attract investment and jobs into the shire.
“The role of the EDT would be to have
oversight of economic development
objectives, and to provide advice on
the development, promotion and
implementation of strategies and
initiatives,” read a report tabled at the
“This would include the identification and
development of investment opportunities.”
Councillors agreed to adopt a council-led
EDT as opposed to one led by industry
leaders, and the EDT committee is set
to include three councillors, the CEO, at
least one high-ranking manager, and the
economic development co-ordinator.
At the first meeting the EDT members will
determine the key focus for the next 12
In terms of cost, the report outlined that it
will involve hosting six-monthly breakfast

meetings ‘to inform the business community

of the work of the EDT’, in addition to “The
establishment of the EDT will incur both
operational and strategic expenses.”
“Additional expense will be generated
through the development of initiatives to
achieve strategic goals established by the
EDT. Future reports will address the budget
requirements based upon the determined
program,” the report read.
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Reflecting, five decades on

By Jessica Howard

It’s been half a century since Cherrison Lawton joined the Women’s Royal
Australian Air Force.
The Bacchus Marsh RSL President was just 19-years-old and living in
Rockhampton in Queensland at the time.
She underwent a six-week rookie course before being transferred to the
central photographic establishment in Laverton, Victoria.
“I spent three years in the force as an air photo plotter,” she said.
“In those days, the photos were taken and used to see where the planes
had travelled and whether or not they had hit their targets. Some of the
plotting was also used for map making”.
Mrs Lawton said she was encouraged by her father to join the force in
“Both my father and grandfather were serviceman, so it was always
something that I was quite interested in,” she said.
“I think there was also a sense of wanting to go out into the big wide
world, which I did, and being in the force really made you feel like you
were doing something worthwhile.
“I met and trained with a number of really inspiring women and it was
a pretty huge thing to leave home and travel around and meet so many
Mrs Lawton attended a reunion for the Women’s Royal Australian Air
Force in Adelaide from April 6 to 8.
“This was my first reunion and I thought it would be a special one for me
to go to, considering it had been 50-years for me,” she said.
“It actually turned out to be even more special than expected because I
caught up with one of the girls that I actually joined the force and did all
my training with. I didn’t even know she was coming, so that was really
Mrs Lawton said the WRAAF Reunion was a wonderful experience, filled
with lots of re-connecting and sharing old memories.
“Even though some of the ladies and I had been apart for all those years,
we connected straight away. I think when you share the same vision and
experiences, you really do feel united.
“On a personal level, 50-years was a point of celebration for me. It is
important to reflect and appreciate that what you did back then was
important, and that it shaped your life. It is important to celebrate your Bacchus Marsh RSL President Cherrison Lawton attended a recent reunion in South Australia – 50-years
milestones”. since joining the Australian Air Force. Photo – Helen Tatchell

Feedback says
Moorabool Matters not
By Kate Taylor hard copy publication, say-
MOORABOOL ing that it has been very
Moorabool Matters, the MATTERS
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quarterly council publica- download speeds make it

tion, will continue to be pro- impracticable to limit it to
duced as a hard copy. being online.

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Councillors voted at the “We would be cutting our

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I N T H E B I S T R O April 4 council meeting to primary method of com-
maintain production – even municating with our rate-
MONDAYNIGHT though it would be cheaper payers… it would be a back-
not to. wards step, we would be
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Tea 1 for this financial year. publication, however advice feedback from the commu-
Morning oon nity on the relevancy and
MEMBERS NIGHT am – 12n Council currently has no received by other councils
Show 11 formal communications or on the idea showed that it is content of Moorabool Mat-
ters, and also whether prop-
public relations strategy but very resource-intensive and
WEDNESDAYNIGHT erty owners living outside

uses four main ways to keep difficult to manage.
LOCALS $25 2 COURSE Shire still wanted to receive
the community informed – Other options considered
$30 3 COURSE a hard copy of the publica-
customer service, radio and included not posting MM,

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newspapers, social media, which would save $7,000,
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was poor, and no requests

and publications such as and producing it just twice a were received from those
THURSDAYNIGHT Moorabool Matters. year, saving $31,000. living outside the Shire to
FROM Moorabool Matters is pro- The option of producing
continue receiving a hard
duced quarterly, compris-
ing 12-16 pages with about
four online versions per year
was also considered and
copy of Moorabool Matters.
Feedback on the content
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livered via Australia Post to plate development and soft- received from just two peo-
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The cost of each edition would have been more interest in continuing to

Phone us on 5367 2031 of Moorabool Matters is than offset by the saving receive a hard copy of the
er $15,500. of $28,500 in printing costs publication.
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Kicking By Jessica Howard

into training goals

By Helen Tatchell

At just 23-years old, Abbey Kick seems to be an old hand at

her trade.
The Bacchus Marsh local business woman has been involved
in hairdressing for just on eight years, the past two have seen
Ballan Police are seeking to identify the owner of a gold
coloured Holden station wagon, who failed to stop when
police attempted to intercept them on the Western Freeway
at around 7:25pm on Saturday, April 7. Residents are asked to
her running her own business, Amber Hair Studio.
Last Friday night Abbey claimed the Young Achiever Award
in the 2017 Ballan & District Chamber of Commerce Business

By Jessica Howard
Excellence Awards. Four finalists had their applications
judged by Bacchus Marsh Grammar principal Andrew Neale.

provide any information regarding the identity of the driver

Held at the Wallace Hotel with 184 guests, Ms Kick said the
award was a “massive shock”.
“My mum said I should write a speech because I was
nominated and when I won, I left it in my bag!

and the vehicle’s occupants.

“I’m in shock and I’m pretty proud.”
Ms Kick employs eight people and started as a 16-year old

The glitz and glamour of the Business Excellence Awards may be

apprentice at Hair House Warehouse in Melton.
“I was employed at Amber Hair Studio after my
apprenticeship and then had the opportunity to purchase
the salon two years ago.
“It was exciting taking over at such a young age, I wasn’t sure

over, but the Ballan and District Chamber of Commerce is still •••
what I was getting myself in to at the start, and every month I
found a new thing I was meant to be doing; I’m pretty much
onto it now though and have it a lot more under control.
“I guess the key to a good business is to keep up with trends

working hard to help grow Moorabool businesses.

and training is never ending. I also have a great accountant
and have business coaching as part of my business plan into
the future,” Ms Kick said.
And having a hairdressing salon is not just about cutting

Further reports of vandals cutting locks on paddock gates


A post-awards Initiative Program commenced on March 15 to

“My biggest challenge was learning how to communicate
with different people and understand how different people
can be from each other, and have different priorities. I

have been received by police. In most cases, nothing has been

definitely respect people’s differences a lot more now.
“I also think it’s important to continue learning, to grow

provide the business community with basic sessions featuring

both personally and professionally to always keep things
fresh and exciting for both staff and clients. I want to grow to

stolen. Farmers are again asked to be vigilant around their

give my staff the best opportunities I possibly can and also
to have the knowledge, products and equipment to provide
clients with the service and experience that they deserve.”

experts and training organisations from within the Shire.

Ms Kick said the future will see continual growth and her

paddocks and to report any suspicious behavior.

employees will be ever learning and growing.
“I love giving people great opportunities, so I hope only
success for the salon so I am able to achieve this.”
The Young Achiever Award was sponsored by The

The first session was held in Bacchus Marsh and focused on

Moorabool News and presented by senior journalist Jessica
Abbey Kick took out the Young Achiever Award at the Ballan & District Chamber Howard, herself a 23-year old professional.
of Commerce Business Excellence Awards last Friday night. (Inset) – Abbey Kick
is presented her award by sponsor, The Moorabool News, journalist Jessica All the winners of the BEA, including Business of the

Howard. Photos – Helen Tatchell Year, next edition.

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“The feedback so far has been terrific, with attendees signing up to Ballan Police have recently attended a number of fires in
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“We have each attendee complete an evaluation form to assist us in to burn refuse. Residents are reminded that the fire danger
ensuring we are providing constructive material that can be used period is still in effect and persons found to have lit a fire in
these circumstances will be summonsed to appear at court.
immediately in their day to day business lives, which has been rating
highly to date”. •••
Ms Colliver said Moorabool Shire Council had joined with the
Ballan & District Chamber of Commerce and the Business Excellence Theft of registration plates from motor vehicles parked
at the Ballan Railway Station continues to be a problem.
Awards to support the program as part of their ongoing Economic
Members of the public are asked to be vigilant and report
Development Initiatives to benefit business owners in the Shire.
any suspicious activity around the Ballan Railway Station to
The free sessions will run at Council Offices in Ballan and Bacchus Police by calling 000.
Marsh on a regular basis until November.
Registration is required prior to each session. Minimum attendees
for each session is four with a maximum of 10-12 people. An attempted burglary and theft was recently committed
Angie Colliver is coordinating free training workshops
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email at awards@ballanchamberofcommerce.com.au. Marsh council offices. Photo – Helen Tatchell gain entry to the premises.

Landscape and Visual Screening Program – Moorabool North

Owners of residential dwellings within 4km of the Moorabool North Wind
Landscape and Visual Screening Program – Moorabool
Farm are invited to participate in a landscape and visual screening program.
This is a requirement of the Moorabool Wind Farm Planning Permit to assist
those closest neighbours in reducing the visual impacts of the project.
All agreed works are undertaken by Moorabool North Wind Farm at no cost
to dwelling
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Bald Hill potential increases

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the Editor
The ins and outs of Bald Hill
last Sunday (8 April) at Bald Hill is a 120ha reserve located on the
western edge of Darley in Bacchus Marsh, and is

the ‘Trench’ room to meet

characterised by significant gullies and ridge lines
and provides a green western edge backdrop to the
residential areas of Bacchus Marsh and Darley and
provides great views to Port Phillip Bay, Melbourne,

HRH Prince Edward

the surrounding farming land and the Lerderderg
State Park.
The reserve is easily accessible to local Bacchus
Marsh residents, via both the local road and shared

Email: news@themooraboolnews.com.au – on a whirl wind visit

path networks, and is well connected to the Western
Highway and the Bacchus Marsh Train Station.
Since 2001, there has been a significant effort
made by Moorabool Shire Council to rehabilitate

to promote the Duke of

the site to assist in the control of serrated tussock,
rabbits and erosion, involving the planting of trees
By Kate Taylor visitors estimated to spend on average $77 per person per day. and shrubs both for ecological and commercial
It also noted the State Government has provided funding for

Edinburgh programs and

purposes via State Government funding.
There are now high hopes of developing Bald Hill into a the development of similar sites in Harcourt ($2 million) and
popular area for outdoor activities. Creswick ($2.56 Million) in response to the trends in active Approximately 70ha of the reserve is leased to
The March 7 council meeting heard that there are many recreation aimed at attracting higher visitation to the towns. a local nursery to assist in reducing Council’s
options to pursue for the area, following a request late last “The site has potential to be developed as a Regional Level management costs, with the lease set to expire in

awards and also to play

year by East Ward Councillor Jarrod Bingham to look into facility that caters for Recreational walking, running, horse 2027, and approximately 60 per cent of this planted
developing the area into a destination for outdoor activities. riding and cycling; Higher intensity trails running and fitness; vegetation is to be harvested for commercial
The Bald Hill Activation Project Background Paper and and as a Mountain bike facility,” the report reads. purposes.
Scoping Document was tabled at the meeting, finding that Funding is available from the State Government to undertake Due to the lack of passive surveillance, the reserve

Royal Tennis in Ballarat,

the site has various topographical, access and planning a feasibility study into recreation and economic benefits of
has become a location for illegal dumping of
control constraints that make development for residential and developing the site for active recreation purposes.
organised sport difficult, however, the site is well suited for a building and household rubbish, trail bikes and
“While constrained under State and Local Planning Studies,
range of alternative uses. there is potential for the northern edge of the reserve adjacent shooting.
to Swans Road to be considered for inclusion in the future non- It is estimated that over a three year period between

one of only around eight

The report noted that activities that would be friendly to the
Bald Hill area, such as walking, cycling and running, are urban investigation area - subject to funding.” 2015 and 2017, Council spent between nine and

Bald Hill article 10 April

among the most popular outdoor activities for Victorians, and Council officers will now pursue funding for a feasibility 13.5 days investigating and responding to resident
that there is a growing market within Victoria and Australia study, including a bid for $30,000 from council’s budget but complaints relating to these activities on Bald Hill.
of day visitation for mountain biking and trail running, with also exploring government funding options.

courts in use within

As someone who comes in contact with many
Australia. visitors to our town via the VIC I think we need a
Dear Editor,
Well done Moorabol Council for doing Can he help do something lookout, I’ve lost count of the number of people that
about the lights on the new ask if we have one here, if it could be Police Rounds
developed to
their bit to encourage global warming.
By Jessica Howard

be even more useful then I fully agree.

A number of out of control fires occurred

Hallets way road?

throughout Moorabool over the Easter

So nice to have asphalt on the footpath

weekend. Owners of Ballan, Greendale,
Creswick, Smythesdale and Darley

- Gillian Loughman 
properties were burning refuse and rubbish
when the fire became out-of-control and

verge instead of pesky grass. - Shane Clark 

due to dry conditions, spread quickly. CFA
attended the properties to extinguish the

I reckon put in some jumps for mountain bike

fires. The occupants were interviewed by
police, with summons pending.

We can all watch with interest for the next


Hope he asked His Royal riders coming down the hill and maybe in the
Ballan Police were involved in the hunt for
a number of offenders seen fleeing from a
silver Honda sedan in Long Forest on Friday

stage of the beautification streetscape in Highness for a few bucks

March 30. Two occupants were later arrested

future having downhill mountain bike races.

with the assistance of the Dog Squad.


our great town of Ballan.

Ballan Police conducted over 160 random

for the “Royal Fiskville - Ethan Thewma

breath tests during the state-wide Operation

Nexus over the long Easter weekend. Police
issued six penalty notices for offences

Bette Martyn
including speeding and drinking alcohol

Motorsport’s Park”
from an open container while driving.

As long as it doesn’t create more of a litter problem,

In the early hours of Wednesday April 4, a

car was submerged in water at Pykes Creek

He alth
- Paddy Kirby this would be good. - Lynn Leach 
Reservoir. Bacchus Marsh SES volunteers
deployed a rescue boat to access the vehicle,
which luckily had nobody trapped inside.

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examinations” are recommended for patients who are interested in the early
• Mental health assessments • Travel vaccinations and advice • Medication
detection of serious medical conditions such as diabetes, asthma, cervical cancer
(by means of regular Pap smears), mental health conditions, and other chronic Page 2
reviews • Health & Lifestyle education • TAC and Work cover • Driving & Insurance
• Annual Health Checks for patients over 75 • Group education sessions
medical conditions.
Business name:
Vaccinations are routinely administered to children through the AustralianDATE PROOF SENT:checks
• Skin cancer 20/5/14and removal of moles/lesions • Acute Medicine • Preventative
Childhood Immunisation Register. Extended medical assessments are offered Medicine • Geriatric Medicine • Counselling services • Women’s Health • Men’s
Rapha BulktoBilling Medical Centre AGREEMENT DATE:
once a year elderly patients over the age of 75 to determine their medical and Health • Mental Health • Chronic Disease Management • Diabetic Management
paramedical needs. 12/3/14
• Osteopathy • Practice Nurses


Monday to Friday 9AM – 4PM
ONLINE COLOUR VERSION Onsite Nurse • Friendly Doctors • Minor Procedures/
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ALPHABETICAL • Open 7 Days Fractures • Pathology Collection • Vaccinations
Dental Van Mondays 10am–3.30pm, Appts 0469 411 449
Medical - Practitioners HOURS Physiotherapy Mon 3-6, Wed 3-8 and every 2nd Sat
162 Gisborne Rd Darley Extending opening hours in 2018 • Dental Implants • Braces
191 Inglis St, Ballan • Teeth Whitening
• Male/Female Doctors • Walk In Appointments Phone: 5370 2436 9am–4pm
• New Patients Welcome • Pathology On Site • Crowns and Bridges
AH: 0469 411 449 FAX: 8370 2369
• Pap Smears • Wound Care / Skin Cancer Check • Prevention
• Dietician, Diabetic Educator & Psychologist • Cosmetic Dentistry
• Immunisations • Podiatry • Physiotherapy Dr Richard Zylan
Online appointments available
www.rbbmc.com.au Dr Tung Phan

Phone 03 5367 5969 129 Gisborne Rd, Bacchus Marsh

or 03 5367 4555 Ph: 5367 3697
For an appointment www.dynamicdentistry.com.au
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Help rebuild like towns Kettle allowed

By Helen Tatchell to boil
By Kate Taylor
When the 2015 fires at Scotsburn were brought
under control, the aftermath and destruction was
horrendous. Plans to build a drive-thru café at Leigh
Creek have been given a green light at a
BlazeAid came to the rescue of many farmers
recent council meeting.
and landowners, rebuilding fences to contain
stock. Now in the south-west of Victoria, there is The proposed 10 ha site, on Frawley’s
a call for volunteers for the Terang and Cobden Road, is controlled and owned by
areas; after the St Patrick’s Day fires destroyed Central Highlands Water, which is also
nearly 3000km of fencing. responsible for the management of the
Pincott Reservoir located to the north of
Agriculture Victoria’s latest figures indicate
the property.
1434km of external boundary fencing and 1450km
of internal fencing was destroyed in the four fires A report tabled at the March 7 council
that tore through nearly 300 farm properties in meeting, as councilors were considering
the region. the application, stated that CHW has
consented to the proposed café, although
With some peat fires still burning, charity group
with a number of conditions.
BlazeAid has already established basecamps
in Macarthur, Terang and Cobden to begin the Councilors resolved at that meeting to
A property at Macarthur that shows the ferocity of the fire that destroyed pasture and defer the permit application to the April 4
monumental task of replacing the lost fencing. fences. Photos – BlazeAid Inc.
The job is expected to take nearly six months. council meeting while confusion around
the paperwork and conditions was cleared
BlazeAid president Kevin Butler, a Kilmore
up by CHW.
sheep farmer, said offers had been flowing in
since news of the fires hit but the organisation Councilors voted at the April meeting to
desperately needs $1 million for its Post and Wire approve the permit – however, an objector
program to fund fencing supplies. addressed the meeting, and Woodlands
Ward Councillor Pat Toohey also objected
“The money will be converted to fencing
to the application.
supplies vouchers and distributed to farmers in
need to redeem at local farm supplies outlets in “As this land is owned by CHW, how did
preparation for the arrival of BlazeAid volunteers. we handle this conflict of interest?” he
asked at the meeting.
“When you go on to a farm that has been burnt
out, the farmers are absolutely devastated. They A council officer replied that CHW
don’t know where to begin,” Mr Butler said. provided two responses; one as the
landowner, and one as the catchment
Mr Butler started BlazeAid in the wake of the
2009 Black Saturday fires and it has since helped
more than 4500 farmers rebuild their fencing Councilors Edwards, Keogh, Dudzik and
after fires and floods. Bingham voted in favour of the permit; Cr
Tatchell was not required to vote, and Cr
Sullivan was not at the meeting.
How can you help? The approved permit includes the café,
as well as parking and waiting bays and a
Donate money for the BlazeAid Post and dedicated access lane from the street.
Wire program, by calling 0418 990 172; The café will operate from 5am to 6pm,
Donate money for volunteers’ food and Monday to Sunday – but it is a ‘temporary’
other needs by calling 0418 990 172. café, expected to be there for 10 years,
according to the applicant.

Moorabool Shire Council

The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Wednesday 2 May, 2018 Closing date for your feedback is 20 April 2018.
in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, commencing at 6.00pm. Council is currently investigating potential future uses of Bald Hill Reserve and is
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. seeking community feedback to guide a feasibility study across the reserve.
In February 2018, Council undertook a scoping study of Bald Hill, with the aim of
COMMITTEE MEETING turning the reserve into a positive asset for the community.
The next committee meeting at Council is of the Development Assessment Committee, In summary, some of the potential future uses of the site discussed within the scoping
to be held on Wednesday 18 April 2018, at 5.00pm, at the Darley Civic Hub, study group are:
182 Halletts Way, Darley. – A shared trail network that incorporates:
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. • Lookout and viewing locations
• Art and interpretational signage
POSITIONS VACANT • Lower intensity cycling options
Community Safety Officer – Full Time Temporary (6 months) • Trail, higher intensity running and fitness
Applications close on Friday 20 April 2018. – A dedicated mountain biking facility
Senior Strategic Planner – Full Time Permanent – A walking trail on the eastern face of the hill similar to the 1000 steps trail in the
Applications close on Friday 27 April 2018. Dandenong Ranges.
Council is seeking feedback and gauging community support for the potential future
All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
uses of Bald Hill that have been identified within the scoping study.
CALLING FOR TENDERS An online questionnaire is now open for the public to provide its views on the ideas
Moorabool Shire Council invites tenders for the following contracts: presented in the study.This questionnaire, along with the completed Bald Hill Activation
Tender Number Tender Description Project - Scoping Study, can be found at:
C26 – 2017/2018 Blackwood Localised Septic Program – Septic Tank Upgrade - Black- https://www.moorabool.vic .gov.au/consultations/bald-hill-
wood Mineral Springs Caravan Park activation.
C34 - 2017/2018 PC Refresh
Tender documents and full details of this notice will be available on Monday 16 April
2018 at www.tenderlink.com/moorabool.

Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342 Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 CEO: Rob Croxford
Email: info@moorabool.vic.gov.au Web: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au Facebook: Moorabool Shire Council Twitter: @mooraboolshire
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Ballan Farmers Market Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish

ADULT EDUCATION Next Market – Saturday 12 May, 9am-1pm. Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
Ballan & District Community House 2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
For class and enrolment information and costs; venue hire Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130. Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
and costs please call 5368 1934 or email info@bchvic.org.au Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 9am and 5pm;
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre CHURCH Balliang - 2nd Sunday 11am, 4th Sunday 9am; Myrniong – 1st
& 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
33-35 Jonathan Drive, Darley. Short courses and classes. BM & Catholic Parish of Gordon Church of the Living God
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday Service Times - Saturday 21 April – Clarkes Hill, 6.30 pm  Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. Sunday 22 April – Gordon, 8.45am; Ballan, 10.30am. of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St,
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College Anglican Parish of West Moorabool Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
229 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh. Courses and classes. Service Times - St John’s Ballan - 1st & 3rd Sundays - 9:30am; Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061. 2nd & 4th Sundays – 11am Family Service; St Mark’s in the Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
Gordon Pub - 2nd & 4th Sundays, 5pm. Further information Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
–The Rev’d Glen Wesley - 5368 2730.  Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
MARKETS Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
Ballan Uniting Church (St Paul’s)
Ballan Lions Club Market Services 11.15am every Sunday. Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Next market – Saturday 5 May 2018 Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
B3 Community KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm.
First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm. Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services Further details – 0429 681 566.
Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne). every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St, Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Darley Market Bacchus Marsh. Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
Saturday 21 April, 8am - 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each month Bacchus Marsh Christian Church in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 145 Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St, St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
(Alan). Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622. Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.


The Bacchus Marsh RSL Navigators Road
The Bacchus Marsh RSL
Sub-Branch advise that the Sub-Branch advise that Wednesday 25 April 2018
2018 Centenary ANZAC the 2018 Centenary Dawn 5.45am
March will commence at Service will commence on Breakfast provided after Service
the Bacchus Marsh Hospital Wednesday the 25th April Enquiries: 0433 323 870
Car Park at 2pm Sunday at 5.45am on the Green next
the 22nd April and will proceed to the to the RSL Memorial Hall.
Green next to the Memorial Hall, where
the Commemorative Service will take A ‘Gunfire Breakfast’ provided by the
place. Afternoon tea will follow and will be Bacchus Marsh SES will follow in the
provided by the RSL Women’s Auxiliary, Public Hall after which a short dedication
so please sit back and enjoy the Concert service will take place conducted by the
“We Will Remember Them” an ANZAC Bacchus Marsh Rotary Club, where a WW1
Centenary Tribute MINI SHOW performed BUSINESS
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Geoff Howard amidst the major road works underway at Pykes Creek Bridge, Myrniong.
Photo – Damien Wieland

Roadworks to improve the drive Bacteria closes Pykes

By Jessica Howard Government toward major upgrades and
maintenance works that are underway on By Jessica Howard diarrhea and fever. Plant includes a multi-bar-
The Pykes Creek Reservoir Bridge is well on roads in Moorabool.” rier approach which ensures
“Southern Rural Water’s
its way to being significantly strengthened, Other investments include $2.4 million Water enthusiasts will have drinking water safety and
priority is the safety of users
thanks to a $4 million upgrade. for the Gisborne Road and Holts Lane to find somewhere else to quality for local residents,”
and ongoing and increased
Member for Buninyong, Geoff Howard intersection in Bacchus Marsh; $3.04 million swim, boat and fish follow- the statement read.
testing will ensure the res-
inspected works on the bridge, located on toward the upgrade of Halletts Way; and ing the temporary closure of “Additionally, testing prior
ervoir is re-opened when it
the Western Freeway, on Friday, April 6. Pykes Creek Reservoir. to and after treatment is un-
over $500,000 for road resurfacing at the is safe,” a spokesperson told
Works include strengthening of the Western Freeway at Ballan and at two High levels of bacteria have dertaken on a daily basis.
The Moorabool News.
Melbourne-bound bridge beams, concrete sections of the Old Western Highway at Old been detected in the popular “Southern Rural Water
deck, improved drainage and removal and “The cause is unknown at
Anthony’s cutting. reservoir, which was tempo- advised it was temporarily
replacement of asphalt road surfacing. this stage but more extensive
rarily shut down on Tuesday closing Pykes Creek Reser-
Mr Howard said the improvements will testing is being carried out to
“The Western Freeway is one of Victoria’s (April 10). voir to recreational users
provide a smoother and more reliable provide information regard-
busiest arterial roads carrying around 25,000 Southern Rural Water, today due to water quality
vehicles each day between Melbourne and journey for those who live and work in the ing the potential source”.
which manages the reser- concerns on the ramp side of
Ballarat,” Mr Howard said. area and depend on local roads each day. Since the closure, Western
voir, confirmed that E. Coli the reservoir”.
“The upgrade will ensure that the freeway “The Andrews Government is delivering was detected during weekly Water has released a state- It is not the first time South-
continues to support our local economy as more funding than ever before to make our testing. ment assuring the Myrniong ern Rural Water has tempo-
the key transport corridor for commuters, regional roads safer,” he said. E. Coli is a type of bacteria community that their drink- rarily closed the reservoir
business and freight. “I want to thank the community for their that usually lives in the in- ing water is safe. this year, with elevated
“The project is part of over $10 million patience while these important works are testines of people and can “The treatment process at levels of E. Coli detected in
that’s being invested by the Andrews Labor underway”. cause pneumonia, vomiting, Myrniong Water Filtration February too.




While works on the Ballarat Line Upgrade continue,

coaches will replace V/Line trains from Saturday 28 April Maryborough
until last service on Tuesday 1 May.


Coaches will replace all trains between Southern Cross
Station and Ballarat, Wendouree and Ararat. Maryborough
trains will connect with coaches between Ballarat and
Southern Cross Station. Please allow an extra 45 minutes

to 191 Inglis Street, Ballan for your journey.

To plan your journey visit vline.com.au or call 1800 800 007.
Thank you for your patience while we complete this

Hours 8-12 Monday to Friday

important project.


The Ballarat Line Upgrade will enable much needed extra
All referrals accepted. peak services and trains every 40 minutes in the off-peak
for the growing communities along the line.

We continue to Bulk Bill for

regionalrailrevival.vic.gov.au/ballarat 1800 105 105 (24 hrs a day, 7 days a week)

ballaratlineupgrade@ecodev.vic.gov.au facebook.com/ballaratlineupgrade

all medicare rebatable tests.

Please support your local
Regional Pathology Laboratory.
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Quality home, views & Sheds Overview

of pools
and spas
The Victorian Govern-
ment has announced new
initiatives to increase water
safety at home, including
the introduction of barrier
inspections and a statewide
database of all household
pools and spas.
The REIV - along with other
industry experts including
Life Saving Victoria, SPASA,
and Kidsafe - has long called
for barrier inspections and
we are pleased to see the
Government has included CEO, REIV
7 Busby Court, Darley them as part of its new
Spacious Land 5007m2. Situated in the approach. reduce toddler drownings.
Such a requirement would
prestigious Manning Estate lies this is well- Under the new require-
ments property owners impose significant and
built, immaculate presented family home, would need to register their pointless expense on many
with magical views that can keep you pool or spa with the local home owners, particularly
mesmerised for hours. Plenty of space inside council for inclusion in the on older Victorians still re-
and out on approx 5007m2 of land with side database, and declare that siding in the family home.
their safety barriers are com- The new inspection regime
access to the back yard. pliant, effective and in good should remedy issues with
working order. faulty or degraded catches
Price: $895,000 - $950,000 The Victorian Government and latches, which have
has deferred consideration proven to be the weakest
of building regulations that links in most pool and spa
would require owners to barriers.
upgrade pool and spa barri- If the Victorian experience
ers to 2010 standards regard-
mirrors that of Western Aus-
less of when the pool was
tralia, where barrier inspec-
tions have been compulsory
At present, all pools con- for more than 25 years, lives
structed on or after 1 May
of infants and toddlers will
2010 require four-sided iso-
be saved. More recently,
lation barriers while pools
both NSW and Queensland
constructed before 30 April
have also introduced barrier
2010 permit child-resistant
window and door sets.
The changes are expected
The REIV does not support
mandatory four-sided barri- to be introduced into Parlia-
ers on all pools, as the vast ment in June, with the new
majority of pools built pre- register and self-assessment
2010 cannot accommodate a tool expected to be in place
2/137 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh before next summer.
fourth barrier due to prox-
Phone: 5367 8128 Mobile: 0418 343 754 imity to the house. In addi- For more information on
www.lensmith.com.au tion, there is no evidence to pool and spa safety, visit
suggest four-sided barriers kidsafe.com.au.

Hobby Farm, 76 Acres, Two Homes Under The One Roof


414 Monteville Lane, Ballan

An impressive driveway creates a sense of serenity, while the home & infrastructure strikes an imposing image
amid stunning acreage outside Ballan. This fantastic dual occupancy home has been designed with two residences
under the same roofline incorporating 4 & 2 bedrooms, 2 & 1 bathroom, 2 kitchens and independent living zones,
while outdoors offers further mezzanine living along with paddocks, dams, bores, tank water, a wind turbine, 4.8kw
solar system, 24 battery bank plus diesel generator all situated on 76.45 acres.
Price: $1,149,000

Agents: Chris Leonard 0409 0409 23

51 Lydiard Street South, Ballarat 3350 Matthew Edwards 0401 728 881
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Darley 7 Busby Court 3 2 4

Quality home, views & Sheds, Private Sale

Spacious Land 5007m2
Price $895,000 - $950,000
Situated in the prestigious Manning Estate lies this is
well-built, immaculate presented family home, with Inspect By appointment
magical views that can keep you mesmerised for hours.
Office 2/137 Main Street,
Plenty of space inside and out on approx 5007m2 of Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
land with side access to the back yard.
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828

Web www.lensmith.com.au

p ect ay
Ins urd

Coimadai 110 McMullins Lane 3 2 2 Bacchus Marsh 1 Todman Close 4 2 2

“Wombat Creek” Private Sale Home For The Growing Family - 810m2 Private Sale
Beautiful Wombat Creek is located in This quality-built Simonds Home is
Price $1,175,000-$1,275,000 Price $499,000
the picture perfect valley of Coimadai situated on approximately 810m2 of
providing extraordinary 73 acres of Inspect By appointment land in a quiet court of Bacchus Marsh. Inspect Saturday 1.00-1.30pm
lifestyle, surprisingly less than 12 kms Set amongst a beautiful garden setting
Office 2/137 Main Street, Office 2/137 Main Street,
from the centre of vibrant Bacchus with plenty of room for the kids to play
Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
Marsh. Character styled and relaxed inside.
the home captures an abundance of Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
charm and displays incredible views Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
of its natural surrounds. Fully self
contained 2 bedroom apartment. Web www.lensmith.com.au Web www.lensmith.com.au
10 acres of pasture adjoining to
Goodmans Creek.
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YPA Bacchus Marsh

Same Network | Same Passion | New Location

Thinking of Selling? Call Vickie Ramon 0403 194 621 or Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082


4/8 Church Street, Bacchus Marsh ypa.com.au
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Arbee Real Estate

AUCTION 9 Pilmer Street, Bacchus Marsh AUCTION 17/17 Pilmer Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 1 3 1 1

“Pilmer” - Period Beauty, Location Central!! Central & Private

Fantastic period home in quiet street within walking distance of Main Situated midway between Main Street and Maddingley Park is this
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meals area, separate bathroom, powder room & laundry. Ducted dining with gas cook top and wall oven, a lounge with gas heating, all
good sized bedrooms, separate toilet, separate laundry and ducted
heating & split system. Bungalow complete with shower & toilet.
evaporative cooling. Neat grassed garden area and paved courtyard
Outdoor entertaining area & a single garage with roller door. with 2 garden sheds, single carport with remote control.
INSPECT Saturday 21st April 11.30am-12.00pm INSPECT Saturday 21st April 9.30-10.00am
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4 2 4 3 2 2

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shedding. 4 bedrooms, master with WIR & ens, remaining 3 with BIRs, Master has WIR, ens. Bedroom 2, 3 & study, have BIRs. Large L
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INSPECT Saturday 21st April 11.00-11.30am INSPECT By appointment

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INSPECT Thursday 19th April 5.00-5.30pm INSPECT Wednesday 18th April 5.00-5.30pm
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business- problems
may surface this week. Family
could prove resourceful in helping out. Diplomacy is a
must through the week. Indulge loved ones on the

Stars & Puzzles

LEO—July 23-August 22
Surprise detours happen all through the week. Check that
you have current maps and amiable travel companions.
Maintenance is important. Look after family health needs
and tend to all repairs around the home.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
This is a highly influential week, particularly with older
persons. This a good inventory week - check up on any-
thing loaned out. Expect to see a new side of an old friend.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
Tend to all legal matters without delay and don’t resist
asking “silly” questions. Technical problems can frus-
★★★★★★★★ trate you. Romantic entanglements happily unwind dur-
ing the weekend.

SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
ARIES—March 21-April 20
Romantic entanglements need some analysis - this is not
You continue to be in the social limelight, but you are the time to laugh off a dilemma. Younger relatives prove
spending more time close to home. Education is empha- cheerful and stimulating company. Your budget may need
sized this week. Hunches could be unreliable. some straightening out.
TAURUS—April 21-May 22 SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
You are presenting a glamorous image now, attracting Work mates and neighbours prove super supportive, but
sophistacated types. Surprises can fall a little flat on the be ready to return all favours by the week’s end. If ill,
weekend. Don’t put off visits, appointments or
don’t resist your doctors orders. In general, check your
rebellious streak.
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
Be more precise in expressing views and be much more This is the week to launch a self improvement project.
direct in explaining your intentions. Better communica- Single Capricornians can improve their social status right
tions relieves family tensions. This weekend could be the now. The weekend favours a ltttle mainenance around
liveliest for a long while. the home. Try to humour a moody friend.
CANCER—June 22-July 22
NO. 9041 Old business problems may surface this week. Family
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
ACROSS DOWN could prove resourceful in helping out. Diplomacy is a Surprise news gets the week off to an unpredictable start.
6. Revolver (3-7) 1. Fish (6) must through the week. Indulge loved ones on the Don’t reveal confidences to the wrong person - percep-
8. Relative (4) 2. Futile (7) weekend. tion may be off a touch. A recent romantic setback is
9. Gemstone (4) 3. Cad (6) reversed.
10. River (England) (5) 4. Thoroughfare (6) LEO—July 23-August 22 PISCES—February 20-March 20
11. Jealousy (4) 5. Box (5)
12. Prone (9) 7. Scoundrel (5) Surprise detours happen all through the week. Check that The accent is on earning. Prepare for overtime. Members
16. Fur (9) 13. Insect (3) you have current maps and amiable travel companions. of the opposite sex flatter you - don’t shrug off their kind
20. Worry (4) 14. Musical instrument (7) Maintenance is important. Look after family health needs words. A family problem could get complicated by Friday.
22. Reigned (5) 15. Instruction (5) and tend to all repairs around the home.
23. Tardy (4) 17. Grave (6) BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
24. Entreaty (4) 18. Lessen (6) VIRGO—August 23-September 22
You are considered adaptable, which is a handy trait dur-
25. Spotless (10) 19. Shrewd (6) This is a highly influential week, particularly with older ing the coming unpredictable months. You are also a lit-
21. Characteristic (5) persons. This a good inventory week - check up on any- tle vague - but for the sake of romance you just can’t
thing loaned out. Expect to see a new side of an old friend. afford wishy washiness.
CRYPTIC PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22
6. One lit up on whisky, perhaps? (6,4). 8. He has, pos- Tend to all legal matters without delay and don’t resist
asking “silly” questions. Technical problems can frus-

sibly, a mild cold (4). 9. Was sorry for the half mad
Gertrude (4). 10. In future will be more behind schedule trate you. Romantic entanglements happily unwind dur-
(5). 11. Trickle and spot the page (4). 12. Potential pu- ing the weekend.
pils, with a syllabus each, entering (9). 16. Capsizes and,
being open, runs out (9). 20. “Shoot,” you say furiously SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
(4). 22. Equally determined to get an advantage (5). 23.
It’s only tea officer! (4). 24. Dash! It’s written in French
Romantic entanglements need some analysis - this is not
the time to laugh off a dilemma. Younger relatives prove
(4). 25. The microfilm doesn’t make headlines (5,5). cheerful and stimulating company. Your budget may need
some straightening out.BELOW
1. In which the dapper bird has it’s nest? (6). 2. Make SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
for, having miscued (7). 3. Spill the beans whe upset
about the woman (6). 4. The drawing of dad’s, by the Work mates and neighbours prove super supportive, but
telephone (6). 5. On board, mean fights (5). 7. A number, be ready to return all favours by the week’s end. If ill,
small, divisable by two (5). 13. Said it’s after a little in- don’t resist your doctors orders. In general, check your
sect (3). 14. On the whole, the girl has given us the main rebellious streak.
points (7). 15. Glean it’s wrong to fish (5). 17. Virginia,
the girl brought up as a slave (6). 18. Chatter idly on as CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
you travel along on the old car? (6). 19. Recording as This is the week to launch a self improvement project.
not in before midnight (6). 21. Take up the photograph; Single Capricornians can improve their social status right
a young girl (5). now. The weekend favours a ltttle mainenance around
the home. Try to humour a moody friend.


21, Pans-y. AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
gle (anag.). 17, Va-ssal. 18, Rattle. 19, Not-in-(ni)g(ht). Surprise news gets the week off to an unpredictable start.
S-par-S. 7, S-even. 13, Bee (A). 14, Sum-mary. 15, An- Don’t reveal confidences to the wrong person - percep-
Across - 1, Piano concerto. 8, Chess. 9, Larceny. 10,
Down - 1, Spruce. 2, Pro-duce. 3, S-tell-a. 4, Pa’s-tel. 5, tion may be off a touch. A recent romantic setback is
Letter. 11, Secure. 12, Strew. 14, Spoke. 18, Toffee. 20, reversed.
Marble. 23, Theatre. 24, Erase. 25, Scarlet runner.
Snap. 22, As-set. 23, Mate. 24, Elan. 25, Small part.
Down - 1, Pickle. 2, Alert. 3, Obscene. 4, Oily. 5, Curse. PISCES—February 20-March 20
Later. 11, See-p. 12, T-each-able. 16, Overt-urns. 20,
6, Roebuck. 7, Oxygen. 13, Taffeta. 15, Plateau. 16, Sta-
Across - 6, Spirit lamp. 8, Ale-C. 9, Rued (anag.). 10,
The accent is on earning. Prepare for overtime. Members
tus. 17, Veneer. 19, Extol. 21, Brawn. 22, Feat.
of the opposite sex flatter you - don’t shrug off their kind
words. A family problem could get complicated by Friday.
emn. 18, Reduce. 19, Astute. 21, Trait.
Across - 1, Duodenal ulcer. 8, Chest. 9, Real-lot. 10,
Crate. 7, Knave. 13, Ant. 14, Ukulele. 15, Drill. 17, Sol-
Extras. 11, Den-ude. 12, AB-ate. 14, Class. 18, A-fre(e)-
Down - 1, Kipper. 2, Useless. 3, Rotter. 4, Street. 5,
You are considered adaptable, which is a handy trait dur-
sh. 20, Fathom. 23, P-end-ant. 24, S-ince. 25, Watering
23, Late. 24, Plea. 25, Immaculate. ing the coming unpredictable months. You are also a lit-
Envy. 12, Prostrate. 16, Astrakhan. 20, Fret. 22, Ruled. tle vague - but for the sake of romance you just can’t
Down - 1, Docked. 2, (r)Overt (rev.). 3, Ex-tract. 4, Ac-
Across - 6, Six-shooter. 8, Aunt. 9, Opal. 10, Trent. 11, afford wishy washiness.
r-e. 5, U-sage. 6, Colours. 7, Rather. 13, BA-ronet. 15,
Lead-s up . 16, Paw-paw. 17, Imp-Ed-E. 19, Sta-I-r. 21,
He-nnA. 22, Eton (rev.).
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Clash of
the locals By Todd Whelan
Round 1 Preview
210 days is a long time in footy. Todd Whelan has some last-minute questions for
But I can guarantee you one thing; the cross-town rivalry
between BFL heavyweights Bacchus Marsh and Darley is Bacchus Marsh coach Travis Hodgson and Darley
healthy, as robust as ever, and here to stay.
The two clubs will face off in the season opener and Grand
coach Heath Scotland as they head into Round 1 of
Final replay this Saturday afternoon (April 21) at Maddingley
the BFL 2018 season.
Todd: What can we expect your team to bring to the table?
With a huge crowd anticipated, this local derby will be
nothing short of a finals experience. Heath: We’ve evolved a game plan to be stronger defensively and
create more opportunity forward to hit the scoreboard.
The Darley Devils hold bragging rights, they are the reigning premiers. But the once
hunters are now the hunted. Travis: A fiercely competitive side which applies a lot of pressure
which has been our trademark over the last couple of seasons, and
Both teams are laden with quality, top-end talent. On paper, the match-ups are mouth
hopefully one that moves the footy a bit better than previous years.
watering but it’s the one over the fence, from the coaches box, that could well prove
the difference. Todd: How is your list shaping up for Round 1?
Darley premiership coach Heath Scotland is pumped for 2018, a tilt at back-to-back Heath: Not sure to be honest, we had plenty of senior players
flags in just his second year at the helm. missing in our practice matches (0-3). We haven’t had a full list to
The return of star recruits and former premiership players Steven Kennedy (Altona), choose from to date including our three new players. But given that Travis Hodgson.
Jake Edwards (Geelong VFL) and Ryan Closter (work absence) to the club poses an we’ll have no excuses, we’re ready to go.
ominous warning to the competition and to the more immediate Cobras. Travis: I haven’t any doubt it’s better than the previous two seasons.
The Devils also snared talented big man Dillon Reid (Pascoe Vale) to help share the Todd: Do you believe in home ground advantage?
ruck load with the improving Abe Kur. Heath: I like to coach with a game plan suited to the conditions. Last
But they weren’t without loss. year at Maddingley Park was a bad time for us, we had an ordinary
Chris Graham to (Springbank), Zak Butters (Western Jets), Kyle Docherty (Mt Eliza), month. I don’t concede too much disadvantage playing away given
Drew Edwards (retired) have moved on while the playing future of Heath Scotland is you have the right mindset.
on hold (for now) as the focus leans toward solely coaching. Travis: Yeah I do. We were pretty convincing at home and we didn’t
Jake Ancrum (inj) and Mark Hanson (work) will also miss the season opener. get near them (Darley) at theirs. Add to that greater home support,
the comfort playing at home and the difference in the grounds. We
Bacchus Marsh coach Travis Hodgson heads into his third successive year in charge,
found it a lot harder to defend on Darley’s bigger, rounder oval.
coming off a Runners-up 2017 season and a drought breaking premiership win 2016.
An aggressive off-season search to bolster their stocks was inevitable for the Cobras Todd: What do you consider to be Bacchus Marsh strengths? Heath Scotland.
given the loss of key players Jarrah Maksymow (work), Matt Denham (Melton), Dean Heath: They’re a quality side, well coached with plenty of depth
Heta (Albury) and Jethro Calma-Holt. and they’re always throwing up challenges. They were stung last year so I’m sure they’ll be 50 per
Enter key forwards Jacob Owen (Williamstown) and Aaron Willits (Epping) who have cent more hungry like we were last year - we’ll be aware of that mindset and their desire.
impressed in the pre-season matches with their run, aerial and long kicking ability. Todd: Who are Darley players to be wary of?
Add ball magnets Ben Speight (Wangaratta), Jacob Chiasari (Williamstown) and in- Travis: Brian Graham is a star and Shane Page gave us a bit of grief from a wing with his intercept
house recruit Trent Angwin (fit) into the mix, there looks plenty of upside for the marking (last year). (Luke) Delahey’s pace and their half back line too were a concern for us.
Todd: What will Darley miss the most with the absence of Heath Scotland as a player?
Impressive local product Harrison KIng (Werribee) has nominated the Marsh as his
Travis: On-field leadership as much as anything, his ability to kick and direct the troops. I just
go-to club when available. It’s an exciting “watch this space” prospect for the club.
think he just made everyone around him better.
Jackson Bolton (inj) and Liam Noonan (overseas) will both miss.
Improving flexibility, players who can play multiple positions, more forward options Todd: What’s the likelihood of you playing at all this season - at least qualifying for finals?
and becoming a better kicking team was the steely focus in the pre-season for Hodgson. Heath: None at this stage, I’m happy taking a step back watching the senior players take on greater
Time will be the judge. on-field leadership responsibilities while the focus continues into the development of the younger
players. But as a lover of football and playing games, you never say never.
An opportunity to plant an indelible footprint early on the competition looms large,
a statement on just who has arrived will be the likely narrative - the hunters or the Todd: Team to beat in 2018?
hunted... Heath: Bacchus Marsh
See you at the footy! Travis: Darley

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Bacchus Marsh Soccer Club CH Netball League Central Highlands Football League
Results - Round 1 1 Learmonth.................... 8 883.33 Results – Round 2
Under 13s Div 1 Open 2 Buninyong.................... 8 488.89 Seniors
3 Beaufort........................ 8 277.78
Bacchus Marsh Red (1) def Ballarat Eureka Strikers (0) 4 Skipton..........................8 238.10 Buninyong 16.13 (109) def Ballan 6.9 (45)

Goal - Mackai Larocca (1) 5 Dunnstown....................8 235.71 Dunnstown 8.11 (59) def Gordon 7.13 (55)
6 Carngham.....................8 214.29
Under 13s Div 2 Open 7 Hepburn........................8 150.00 Beaufort 8.5 (53) def Bungaree 3.5 (23)
Bacchus Marsh Yellow (3) def Forest Rangers (0) 8 Newlyn..........................4 152.78 Newlyn 8.12 (60) def Waubra 5.5 (35)
9 Smythesdale.................4 110.00

Under 15s Div 1 Open Learmonth 18.13 (121) def R’wood/C’hap 8.7 (55)
10 Creswick.....................4 100.00
Bacchus Marsh Blue (1) lost Vic Park Blue (3) 11 Gordon..........................4 65.52 Creswick 13.14 (92) def Clunes 6.5 (41)
Goal - Jack Mutsaerts (1) 12 Bungaree...................... 0 47.62 Springbank 11.18 (84) def C’ham/Linton 3.5 (23)
13 Springbank....................0 40.82
Under 16 Girls 14 Ballan............................0 40.00 Hepburn 9.10 (64) def Daylesford 5.5 (35)
Bacchus Marsh (0) lost Vic Park (16) 15 Daylesford.....................0 38.24 Reserves
16 Rokewood.....................0 36.00 Team % PTS
Senior Womens Div. 1 17 Clunes...........................0 32.73 Buninyong 14.17 (101) def Ballan 3.1 (19)
1 Beaufort......................310.64 8
Bacchus Marsh (2) lost Forest Rangers (3) 18 Waubra............................0 5.80 Dunnstown 7.4 (46) def Gordon 5.10 (40) 2 Skipton....................... 305.56 8
Goals - Jasmine Arthur (1), Chantalle Curmi (1) 15&Under
1 Bungaree..................... 8 900.00 Beaufort 3.10 (28) def Bungaree 0.6 (6) 3 Creswick.....................214.94 8
Senior Mens Div. 1 2 Learmonth.....................8 487.50 Waubra 4.16 (40) def Newlyn 0.6 (6) 4 Springbank.................. 178.41 8
Bacchus Marsh (2) lost Ballarat Red (4) 3 Buninyong.....................8 268.18 Learmonth 6.15 (51) def R’wood/C’hap 3.2 (20) 5 Hepburn......................134.58 8
4 Newlyn.......................... 8 221.74 6 Buninyong................... 147.46 4
Goals - Jalen Shugg (1), Leroy Almenara (1) 5 Clunes...........................8 204.55 Creswick 7.8 (50) def Clunes 4.7 (31)
6 Smythesdale................ 8 200.00 7 Learmonth...................136.77 4
C’ham/Linton 7.4 (46) def Springbank 5.4 (34)
7 Daylesford.....................4 120.51 8 Bungaree.....................117.31 4
8 Springbank.................... 4 112.24 Smythesdale 5.5 (35) def Skipton 3.9 (27) 9 Newlyn........................ 114.78 4
9 Ballan.............................. 4 97.37 Hepburn 7.13 (55) def Daylesford 2.4 (16) 10 Gordon...................... 112.40 4
10 Hepburn........................4 94.59
11 Creswick........................4 88.37 Under 18 11 Waubra........................89.40 4
12 Dunnstown....................4 35.62 Buninyong 15.14 (104) def Ballan 0.0 (0) 12 Dunnstown.................. 71.43 4
13 Gordon.......................... 0 67.31 13 R’wood/C’hap.............45.45 4
14 Carngham.....................0 50.00 Gordon 7.6 (48) def Dunnstown 1.2 (8)
14 Ballan..........................56.32 0
15 Skipton..........................0 44.90 Beaufort 6.16 (52) def Bungaree 2.1 (13)
16 Beaufort........................ 0 41.67 15 C’ham/Linton...............38.55 0
Newlyn 8.8 (56) def Waubra 0.5 (5) 16 Clunes......................... 38.12 0
17 Waubra..........................0 26.76
17&Under Learmonth 8.15 (63) def R’wood/C’hap 2.6 (18) 17 Daylesford................... 37.58 0
1 Learmonth.................... 8 950.00 Creswick 6.12 (48) def Clunes 1.0 (6)
2 Hepburn........................8 504.35
3 Creswick...................... 8 336.84 Springbank 10.11 (71) def C’ham/Linton 5.4 (34) Reserves
4 Bungaree .....................8 276.47 Skipton 11.5 (71) def Smythesdale 4.10 (34) 1 Beaufort..................... 1307.69 8
5 Buninyong..................... 8 255.17 2 Buninyong...................689.66 8
6 Gordon.......................... 4 151.61 Hepburn 29.11 (185) def Daylesford 1.0 (6)
3 Creswick.................... 305.00 8
7 Beaufort........................ 4 110.71 Under 15
8 Newlyn.......................... 4 108.16 4 Learmonth................... 261.70 8
9 Springbank......................4 83.02 Buninyong 14.10 (94) def Ballan 0.0 (0) 5 Hepburn.......................117.24 4
10 Clunes...........................4 66.67 Gordon 17.18 (120) def Dunnstown 0.1 (1) 6 Smythesdale............... 113.24 8
11 Dunnstown....................4 60.47 Bungaree 5.6 (36) drew Beaufort 5.6 (36) 7 Skipton........................216.95 4
12 Rokewood ....................4 53.85
13 Skipton .........................2 76.47 Waubra 7.6 (48) def Newlyn 0.0 (0) 8 Dunnstown................... 97.56 4
14 Smythesdale.................2 65.71 R’wood/C’hap 12.7 (79) def Learmonth 2.0 (12) 9 Waubra.........................85.90 4
15 Carngham.....................0 50.00 10 Bungaree.................... 77.42 4
16 Ballan............................0 35.21 Creswick 21.18 (144) def Clunes 0.0 (0)
11 C’ham/Linton............... 51.89 4
17 Daylesford.....................0 12.37 Springbank 11.11 (77) def C’ham/Linton 0.0 (0)
18 Waubra.......................... 0 11.63 12 Ballan..........................43.26 4
C Grade Skipton 8.4 (52) def Smythesdale 4.1 (25) 13 Gordon........................90.91 0
1 Learmonth.....................8 239.47 Daylesford 10.6 (66) def Hepburn 5.3 (33) 14 R’wood/C’hap.............65.59 0
2 Hepburn........................8 204.35 15 Newlyn........................59.26 0
3 Bungaree..................... 8 200.00
4 Springbank.................... 8 157.50 Central Highlands Netball League 16 Clunes.........................36.42 0
5 Creswick.......................6 134.78 Central Highlands Netball League 17 Springbank..................30.34 0
6 Skipton..........................4 179.49 Results––Round
Results Round2 18 Daylesford.................. 11.68 0
7 Buninyong......................4 119.15
8 Newlyn..........................4 112.96 Club 13&U 15&U 17&U C B A
9 Rokewood......................4 110.17 Under 18
Buninyong 17 23 38 36 31 47
10 Gordon..........................4 94.87 1 Hepburn....................1312.50 8
Ballan 1 7 9 25 21 37
11 Clunes ..........................4 85.71 Bungaree 2 19 18 37 52 51 2 Gordon....................... 604.55 8
12 Ballan............................4 85.45 3 Beaufort..................... 360.00 8
Beaufort 6 4 6 9 15 33
13 Daylesford.....................4 67.50
14 Carngham.....................2 68.66 Clunes 7 24 6 20 20 42 4 Learmonth...................348.78 8
15 Dunnstown.................... 0 87.23 Creswick 21 14 28 36 35 30 5 Springbank..................226.03 8
16 Beaufort........................0 50.75 Gordon 6 20 14 18 22 27 6 Skipton........................ 161.18 8
17 Waubra..........................0 44.87 Dunnstown 18 22 15 17 42 43 7 Buninyong................... 152.13 4
18 Smythesdale.................0 13.33 Smythesdale 10 28 12 5 5 21
B Grade 8 Creswick.....................135.90 4
Skipton 16 14 12 43 60 42
1 Bungaree..................... 8 200.00 Carngham 22 13 17 20 30 32 9 R’wood/C’hap.............. 87.63 4
2 Learmonth.................... 8 200.00 Springbank 12 40 24 41 38 52 10 C’ham/Linton............... 82.17 4
3 Springbank....................8 140.35 Newlyn 29 32 32 39 26 20 11 Dunnstown..................58.97 4
4 Newlyn..........................8 122.45
5 Skipton..........................4 208.57
Waubra 3 11 5 15 21 48 12 Newlyn........................54.81 4
6 Rokewood.....................4 180.00 Learmonth 13 - 41 52 24 68 13 Clunes.........................50.00 0
7 Dunnstown.....................4 117.74 Rokewood 5 - 5 18 8 15 14 Smythesdale...............49.28 0
8 Creswick........................4 117.31 Daylesford 6 18 2 24 29 13
15 Bungaree.................... 47.78 0
9 Hepburn........................ 4 115.87 Hepburn 15 23 72 55 45 79
10 Ballan..........................4 105.08 16 Waubra........................20.59 0
11 Clunes......................... 4 104.17 17 Daylesford...................10.81 0
12 Daylesford...................4 100.00
13 Carngham ....................4 96.88 CHFL Top Goal Kickers 18 Ballan........................... 7.41 0
14 Buninyong.....................4 92.06 Seniors
15 Waubra..........................0 68.75 Under 15
Luke Mirtschin Bungaree................................... 8
16 Gordon..........................0 60.24 1 Gordon..................... 28900.008
Harry Mckimmie Dunnstown............................... 5
17 Beaufort........................0 43.62 2 Skipton........................876.00 8
18 Smythesdale................... 0 6.19 Reserves 3 Springbank..................565.52 8
A Grade
1 Hepburn........................8 339.47 Adam Scott Buninyong................................ 8 4 Creswick.....................443.75 8
2 Learmonth.................... 8 338.89 Connor Ronan Dunnstown.............................. 4 5 Daylesford...................166.67 8
3 Clunes...........................8 168.63 6 Bungaree....................154.84 6
4 Bungaree......................8 150.00 Under 18
7 R’wood/C’hap.............156.67 4
5 Springbank....................8 130.95 James Spicer Springbank..............................14
6 Beaufort........................4 144.62 8 Buninyong................... 141.38 4
Benjamin Frazer Gordon...................................... 6
7 Ballan............................ 4 129.41 9 Newlyn........................ 132.10 4
Lucas Blazko Gordon..................................... 5
8 Creswick.......................4 106.98 10 Learmonth..................112.90 4
9 Buninyong.....................4 104.21 Under 15 11 Smythesdale .............108.96 4
10 Dunnstown....................4 98.77
Kyle Yanner Hepburn.................................. 15 12 Waubra ......................66.67 4
11 Skipton..........................4 96.92
12 Rokewood.....................4 93.83 Connor Parkin Springbank............................. 17 13 Beaufort......................90.00 2
13 Waubra..........................4 93.24 Daniel Pascoe Gordon......................................10 14 Hepburn...................... 38.15 0
14 Carngham ....................0 66.67 Lachlan Reynolds Gordon..................................... 7 15 C’ham/Linton...............32.88 0
15 Gordon..........................0 51.06 Lucas Edmonds Gordon....................................... 6 16 Dunnstown..................15.00 0
16 Newlyn..........................0 45.92
17 Smythesdale.................0 33.01 Cameron Reynolds Gordon...................................... 5 17 Ballan...........................0.00 0
18 Daylesford.....................0 19.29 Max Filmer Bungaree................................... 4 18 Clunes..........................0.00 0
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Tabcorp Park Friday 13 April

Friday 13 April, Tabcorp Park Melton Race 4, Pacing Gold Heat 8. Winner: Hardhitter (5). Friday 13 April, Tabcorp Park Melton Race 2, Pacing Gold Heat 6. Winner: Hurricane
Trainer: Emma Steward. Driver: Chris Alford. Photo: Stuart McCormick HRV. Harley (3). Trainer: Emma Steward. Driver: Chris Alford. Photo: Stuart McCormick HRV.

Friday 13 April, Tabcorp Park Melton Race 8, Probus Club Pace. Winner: Magical Marn Friday 13 April, Tabcorp Park Melton Race 7, Coulter Crown (G3). Winner: Tornado Valley
(10). Trainer: Adam Kelly. Driver: Greg Sugars. Photo: Stuart McCormick HRV. (8). Trainer: Andy Gath. Driver: Kate Gath. Photo: Stuart McCormick HRV.

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