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Tuesday 23 October, 2018 Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Vol 12 No 42

Member for Buninyong Geoff Howard shared the funding announcement of over $1 million, in real money, for the Bacchus Marsh Regional Community Sports Hub at the Racecourse
Recreation Reserve with (L-R back) Moorabool Mayor Paul Tatchell, Deputy mayor John Keogh, Deirdre Davey (BM Pony Club), Scott Oldfield (BM Soccer), Michaela Settle (Candidate
for Buninyong) and (front) BMX club members Stephanie Stewart and Troy Nolan. Photo – Helen Tatchell

By Helen Tatchell
Sports bonanza Community Sports Infrastructure Fund to build a new “This pavilion will provide more opportunities, so
pavilion at the Bacchus Marsh Regional Community people can get active and play the sport they love.
With only one week left of his political career, Sports Hub at the Racecourse and Recreation Reserve. “The redevelopment of Bacchus Marsh Racecourse
Geoff Howard has made a significant ‘last hurrah’ The new pavilion will feature four female friendly Reserve will deliver a world-class sports centre that
announcement for Moorabool, as he exits from his State change rooms for athletes and umpires, storage space,
everybody in this community can enjoy.”
Member for Ballarat East/Buninyong seat after 19-years community space and a covered spectator area.
with the Labor party. But wait, there’s more!
Mr Howard said all change facilities and public
The Andrews Government will invest $800,000 from its amenities will be fully accessible. (continued page 4)

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working with
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News detailed a tabled report, which was authorised
the Western half of Moorabool Shire.”
by council General Manager Social & Organisation

Rescue package Facing the challenges,

Development Danny Colgan, which outlined lack of BDHC’s multidisciplinary allied health team – all registered
available services provided with funding under the National NDIS providers – has extensive experience with both
Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and specifically the lack children and adults.
of providers in the west of the shire. “The team offers a best practice, evidence-based, re-enabling
BDHC CEO Wayne Weaire contacted the Moorabool News approach that focuses on each person’s individual needs and

funds hospital
after reading the story to point out there is in fact quite a goals.”

large, capable organisation providing NDIS services to a The council report did not mention that in addition to
large part of the shire, including west Moorabool –BDHC working with children and younger adults, BDHC is the
itself. largest provider of residential and home-based allied health
“The reality is, we are licensed and have a full suite of services to over 55s and over 65s in West Moorabool.
allied health professionals to do NDIS,” Mr Weaire told the “Access to close to home services can really make a
By Helen Tatchell
By Helen Tatchell
The future of the Ballan hospital is in the hands of the state
Newly appointed BDH&C CEO Shawn
government. Lee said at the Annual General Meeting
The Department of Health & Human Services has agreed to the organisation had experienced
offer more one-off grants of financial assistance, on top of a significant changes and challenges in
recent $500,000 lifeline loan, to assist Ballan in managing its the last year.
current cash shortfall. “From a recent community meeting
More than $4.2 million will be handed over “to meet the organisation is facing significant
immediate PAYG and back pay obligations; DHHS will financial challenges, and senior
underwrite reasonable operating expenses; DHHS will grant management turnover. As a result, we
Ballan money to pay any legitimate payable Refundable need to restructure and strengthen
Accommodation Deposits (RADs) and DHHS will grant and continue to deliver full quality and
accessible service to our community,”
Ballan money to engage an external consultant, approved by
Mr Lee said.
DHHS, to develop a financial management transition plan.”
“As a result, from these challenges
A crowd of over 60-people attended the long awaited Annual
I have witnessed closer working
General Meeting for the Ballan District Health & Care last relationships; we communicate more;
Wednesday 17 October. we have more focus; and we are
Board Chair Lyn Gunnell told the meeting it had been an demonstrating we are walking side by
incredibly tough time for the health service and “naturally side, alongside each other facing these
very challenging in what has occurred here in Ballan.” challenges.”
Shawn Lee is the Shawn Lee& Community
Director of Allied said BDH&C will continue
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“Tonight, we have some exciting news that we want to share An independent audit report of a accessible service to the community. Photo: Helen TatchellADVERTISEMENT
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through a period of pain and complexity, and totally open to revealed it is “giving a true and fair
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Top of his game Sports bonanza

By Declan Allen
Bacchus Marsh Soccer

Whilst Usain Bolt is playing

from page 1
soccer in New South Wales
and attracting a fair bit of A further $250,000 will also be was magnificent and smart.
attention from international invested by the government from “I congratulate the government
clubs, a junior soccer player in the World Game Facilities Fund to on a sensible scheme that is based
Moorabool has taken out two deliver 100 lux competition stand- on the business case put forward
tops awards in the Ballarat & ard lighting to two new soccer by our Council.
District Soccer Association pitches at the reserve.
League. “It does away with all that talk
“Moorabool Council also applied of ‘safe seats’; basically, it means
David Dillon has played with to the new Community Sports In-
shires can keep their books in or-
the Bacchus Marsh Soccer club frastructure Loans scheme, that
der and borrow money at half the
for a number of years and in allows councils to get underway
that time, he has always shown treasury rate. Credit must go to
with recreational projects, with
a great attitude, turning up for Moorabool’s finance team, officers
the Treasurer Mr Tim Pallas ap-
training full of enthusiasm and and general managers who make
proving up to $7 million,” Mr
always with a smile on his face, Howard said. sure these things happen, because
a spokesperson from the club without that work we would nev-
“This is available over the next
told the Moorabool News. er be able to borrow that money.”
two years as council needs to
“He has fun during training draw down on that funding, so we Cr Tatchell also acknowledged
but always gives his best. David can see in the next two years this the great work by the user groups
has serious ability and is a project really humming along, at the reserve.
natural athlete,” he said. with the BMX track, the soccer “Without that great volunteerism
This season he played for fields and other facilities in place and the passion from these groups
the Under 13 Division 1 side, as they need to be. we would never be in a position to
in the Ballarat and District “This funding allows the shire to put these plans in place,” he said.
Soccer Association league. get on and complete this project Mr Howard confirmed the
The team reached finals, but or the next stage over the com- $800,000 and the $250,000 will be
unfortunately, did not make the ing year,” Mr Howard told the up-front, is not part of the loan
grand final. large crowd of user groups at the scheme and definitely not an elec-
Despite this David won best announcement. tion commitment.
and fairest for the U13 Division Mayor of Moorabool Shire Paul “These are grants, committed
1 League and on top of this he Tatchell said this will be the single money to the Moorabool Shire to
also won the highly coveted largest investment of recreational
get on with the project,” he said.
Craig Pierce Memorial trophy facilities in Bacchus Marsh since
for best and fairest in all of the well before amalgamation, with This support comes on top of
junior leagues in the B.D.S.A. a total project cost of close to $20 $200,000 previously allocated by
The spokesperson for the million. the Andrews Government toward
club said this is an amazing “Anyone that can borrow money a new BMX circuit, cricket pitch
achievement for David. at 1.75 per cent realises that you and two soccer ovals.
“Both David and the club are actually making money on User groups of the reserve in-
arevery proud. We are delighted that. It brings projects forward. clude, but not limited to:
and privileged to have David as Even just by CPI we are a mile in The Bacchus Marsh Harness rac-
a member of the Bacchus Marsh front by doing it today,” he said. ing club, Soccer club, BMX and
David Dillon - best and fairest for the U13 Division Scorpions soccer club,” he said. Cr Tatchell said the Loans scheme Pony club.
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Achieving in agriculture
By Carol Saffer gestation period to get your product
to market.
Ballan local business owner Vicki “It takes so many factors to create a
Sher has attended the Women in product, get it out to market and to
Agriculture Luncheon at the Royal sustain it,” Ms Sher said.
Melbourne Show for the past five “Hearing other women’s stories at
years. the lunch gives an insight into what
Vicki and her husband Nick own they do, how long it takes, and their
and run Beefcorp - a fully-integrated aspirations.”
Wagyu business producing their own Australia’s biggest farmer of insects
seedstock, running a commercial for human consumption Skye
herd, custom processing and selling Blackburn was a speaker at the
branded meat to restaurants and lunch.
export markets. “Skye, an entomologist and food
Ms Sher said the event (organised scientist, was amazing. Here is
by the Royal Agricultural Society of someone who you think is very new,
Victoria) highlights what women are yet she has been at it for ten years,”
doing in agriculture. Ms Sher said,
“And it gives us a chance to get The Sher’s started breeding Wagyu
together, share stories and support in 1991 for the Japanese market,
each other,” she said. now they export to 14 countries and
While it is a social event, Ms Sher supply 100 restaurants in Australia.
said it always has a very positive After listening to the lunch’s six
vibe. speakers and talking with the
“If you are feeling under the pump, women on her table Ms Sher says
feeling the pressure, it is important you can often underestimate what
that women in all different types of you do yourself.
agriculture can share their stories so “But the fact that you can have
that we can all know what is going an affect or a positive impact on
on.” people is pretty important but also
Ms Sher says while farmers in humbling.”
central or southern Victoria are not A woman, who is a pork producer,
too badly affected at the moment by told Mrs Sher recently “I met you 15
the drought, “everyone is touched by years ago when you told your story
the drought in certain ways” with about how you [Beefcorp] started
one sheep farmer at her table recently and how long it took.
having to quit a lot of her stock. “Every time things are tough I think
Vicki Sher has had commitment and passion since 1991 to produce delicious Wagyu beef, at their property “Perseverance is a common trait about that [you] and where Beefcorp
in Ballan. Photo – Beefcorp Australia in farmers as there is often a long is now and I know we can do it.”


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Today’s modern is tomorrow’s history

By Meg Kennedy

Following the recent unveiling of the Ballan Train Station

upgrade plans, Bacchus Marsh Station is set to follow suit,
as the Victorian Government has recently unveiled new de-
signs for the revamped station.
The station will include a new platform, car parks with 100
additional spaces, improved access for passengers, a new bus
layout and bicycle hoops.
Deputy Prime Minister and Federal Minister for Infrastruc-
ture, Transport and Regional Development Michael McCor-
mack and Victorian Minister for Public Transport Jacinta Al-
lan, launched the designs last month, which form part of the
$500 million Ballarat Line Upgrade.
The new platform and three kilometres of new track will al-
low two trains to stop at the station at the same time, creating
more frequent services.
Improved security, lighting and landscaping will also be a
feature of the upgrade.
Minister Allan’s office said construction was set to begin in
“a couple of weeks”.
Minister McCormack said “these upgrades will provide
Bacchus Marsh with a train station which can support the suring any new infrastructure is sympathetic to the existing munity, but making sure we don’t lose the heritage,” he said.
needs of the town’s growing population well into the future.” station buildings,” she said. There is still time to have your say on the new designs, as
The station upgrade comes as the Moorabool Shire contin- Bacchus Marsh Historical Society President Bruce Carboon Rail Projects Victoria is seeking feedback from the local com-
ues to be one of the fastest-growing municipalities in Victo- said representatives of the Regional Rail Revival project had munity on tree planting and landscaping, as well as plans
ria, with estimates showing the population of Moorabool set been in contact with the society, saying they showed interest
to increase by 65 per cent by 2041. to maintain the heritage character of Bacchus Marsh Station.
in “keeping the heritage look” of the station alive.
Although the modern design of Ballan station was an eye- Aside from the locomotion turntable, Mr Carboon said there To take part in the survey, visit http://regionalrailrevival.
sore for some, Minister Allan emphasised the importance of were various important heritage aspects of the station; in- vic.gov.au/ballarat.
maintaining Bacchus Marsh Station’s heritage. cluding the signal box, heritage-listed trees and storage shed. Works on the Ballan station upgrade commenced two weeks
“…we’ve retained the historic train turntable, as well as en- “It’s about getting the balance between growth in the com- ago.

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A VFL premiership player

By Meg Kennedy

Bacchus Marsh may still be celebrating

local Eagles player Liam Duggan’s
premiership win, but another iconic footy
player and former resident has weighed in
on the epic grand final win.
Fred Wooller, who just celebrated his 80th
birthday, captained Geelong to win the
VFL flag in 1963, told The Moorabool News
of his excitement that another Bacchus
Marsh resident had been able to be part of
a premiership win.
“He would have enjoyed it!”, Mr Wooller
“It would have been a great pleasure to be
involved in a team that’s won a premiership.
There’s no greater thrill in football than VFL Premiership captain and player for Geelong in 1963
and former Bacchus Marsh footballer, Fred Wooller.
playing in your first premiership,” he said. Photo – GFC website.
Mr Wooller says that players who have
hailed from the area “go back years and
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Beginning his football career with Bacchus

Marsh before being recruited to Geelong in
An eagle
1956, Mr Wooller says one of his favourite soars
By Helen Tatchell

moments from playing at Bacchus Marsh It all began at grassroots level and from that grounding Moorabool
now has a 2018 AFL Premiership player on the Honour Board.
Liam Duggan was picked up by the West Coast Eagles in the 2014

was winning the premiership against

National Draft and has now notched up close to 70-games and
was part of the winning Premiership team against Collingwood
at the MCG last Saturday, wearing the #14 guernsey.
Duggan told Footy WA on Sunday after the big game it was still
pretty surreal and it “hadn’t quite sunk in yet.”

“I have this medal on and I am not taking it off,” he said.
And how did he pull up, body wise, after the game?
“The body is pretty sore, I am feeling it today.”
Duggan was a solid contributor throughout the match and

“I played in that premiership when I was

played an important role, taking a very courageous mark in front
of the seven-foot Collingwood ruckman, American Mason Cox in
the second quarter, one of the highlights of the game.
From Myrniong, Duggan now approaching just 22-years of age
started his football career at Bacchus Marsh. He was a member

16, so that was a great thrill for a young

of the Bacchus Marsh BFL Under 16.5 Senior premiership side in
2011 and recruited to the Western Jets after completing his junior
football with the Cobras.
Duggan has had a number of junior football achievements that

person before I started with Geelong,” he

include winning the Herald Sun Shield with St Patrick’s College
(Ballarat), named in the Vic Metro National Under 18 team and
in 2014 was awarded the Ben Mitchell Medal at the AIS-AFL
Academy. Last year (2017) at the West Coast Eagles Presentation
Night Liam was awarded the Rookie of the Year medal; that same

year he received two-votes at the Brownlow medal count after
an outstanding performance against the Fremantle Dockers in
Round 17, with over 30-possessions.
Bacchus Marsh FNC President Adam Sutherland said Duggan is
a polite friendly guy who has time for everyone.

Mr Wooller went on to play for Geelong

“He is a natural leader,” Sutherland said.
“From an early age Liam was winning B&Fs and then played in a
number of state teams, so yes he was always seen to be a definite
chance of AFL.”

until 1964, playing a total of 132 games, and

And what did Sutherland observe as Duggan’s stand out talents
as a junior?
“Liam’s class and poise combined with his ‘team first’ attitude
were his strong suites,” Sutherland said.
And the club was very excited on him being part of the winning

winning the club’s Carji Greeves medal for Fred Wooller at the 2011 AFL grand final with the 1963 VFL Premiership Cup
“We as a club were rapt for Liam as he has worked super hard to
get where he is and know how much achieving that flag with the
Eagles would mean to him, and his countless mates at the club.

best and fairest in 1960.

We’re overjoyed for him,” Sutherland said.

for Geelong. Photo - James Demetrie Liam Duggan at post match celebrations with his AFL Premiership Medal. Photo: Tim Saultry
“It is great both Nick (Suban) and Liam have achieved their
absolute dream of playing in an AFL grand final and we as a club
couldn’t be prouder.”
(continued page 5)

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Dramatic cuts to camping on private you can’t spend your holidays camping on your
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council by-law drafts are anything to go by. it’s illegal?”
The draft document, published by “What a load of insane rubbish.”
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The potential cuts have been deemed “too The draft comes after Moorabool Council
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Some of the comments from the group It is unknown when the new laws will be Authorised by Geoff Howard MP, 15 Main Road, Ballarat VIC 3350
included: motioned before council. This advertisement is funded from Parliamentary Budget
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against the
aged on rise
The number of crimes committed against people aged 65 or
older in Victoria has increased over the past 10 years, even
when taking into account an ageing population.
New research by the Crime Statistics Agency demonstrated
that more than 140,000 crimes were committed against older
people within the past ten years, with the greatest number -
18,427 - recorded during 2016.
The most commonly recorded crime involving an older
Moorabool Council officers (L-R) Ian Waugh and Danny Colgan knit and crochet to help form part of the giant white ribbon
person was theft, followed by burglary, property damage, for November 23 (White Ribbon Day). Photo - MSC

Knit one plain rectangle

and assault.
Around one in three assaults against older people were
committed by a family member, with the majority of cases
perpetrated by a child against their parent.
The study found that some types of offences were more By Helen Tatchell “This is a call out for community members to help and
likely to be committed against those aged 85 or older. participate where you can.”
The largest proportion of victims aged 85 years and over There have been numerous red, white and purple poppies If you would like to join in and be part of the longest White
knitted and crocheted of late and now there is a call out for Ribbon, please use the pattern below:
recorded for sexual offences, and close to 60 per cent of sexual
white ribbons to be made.
offences took place at a nursing home or healthcare facility. • White 8ply yarn (wool/acrylic).
White Ribbon Day is a special initiative that Moorabool
Crime Statistics Agency Chief Statistician Fiona Dowsley • 25cm across
Shire council is working on.
said the study found an older person was more likely to know • 40cm or 100cm high
the perpetrator for crimes against the person compared to As part of the actions for the Health and Wellbeing plan,
the Prevention of Violence and Injury working group are • Knitting = garter stitch (all plain)
property and deception offences.
undertaking a white ribbon initiative – Crafting for a Cause. • Crochet = treble (UK)
“Our research found that in close to two-thirds of crimes
A council spokesperson said the aim is to knit/crochet white Drop off points for the yarns/rectangles are the three
against the person the victim knew the perpetrator, while
rectangles to be stitched together making the longest white customer service points at Darley and Ballan council offices
this was the case for less than five per cent of property and
ribbon. and the Lerderderg Library.
deception offences,” Ms Dowsley said.
“This will be used to spearhead an event (yet to be confirmed) After White Ribbon Day, the rectangles will be restitched
This follows the recent crime statistics released last month,
on White Ribbon Day.” together to make blankets/throws for women and children
which demonstrated an overall drop in crime in the last year.
Moorabool Mayor Paul Tatchell said this is a community fleeing from family violence.
event that will be promoted through various partners that White Ribbon Day is the international day for the elimination
make up the Health and Wellbeing Advisory Committee. of violence against women, and is held on 23 November 2018.

Last plea for funding

before election
By Meg Kennedy of $2.5 million to become a reality. “We thank the State Government
Council says the Parwan Employment for the grants we have received for
Moorabool Shire Council is urging Precinct could see up to 1,200 improving our sporting facilities
the Victorian Government to consider agribusiness jobs created, as well as throughout the Shire, but the reality
a major priority project for funding in is, we need political parties to fully
promoting local employment over
the upcoming state election.
residents commuting. commit to the Parwan precinct, which
The Council has pleaded the case is vital to cater for our exponential
for the Parwan Employment Project, “Parwan could provide so many
jobs, particularly to Bacchus Marsh growth.”
after the Bacchus Marsh Regional
Community Sports Hub received a residents…it would keep residents in The Moorabool Shire Council’s plea
welcome funding boost by Member for town and provide opportunities for the comes after the Know Your Council
Buninyong Geoff Howard on Thursday many new residents forecast to move website revealed the Shire has one
18 October, which would need federal here over the next 20 years,” said Mayor of the lowest levels of government
and state government funding upward Paul Tatchell. funding in the state.

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Become a swapper to
prevent drownings
Getting ready to fish for
yabbies in the coming
warmer months, but still
using opera house nets?
Now you can swap them for
an open-top net, for free.
Following the impending
ban on opera house nets
from 1 July 2019, recreational
fishers can now swap their
nets for wildlife friendly
open-top lift nets for free, at
any one of 45 tackle stores
throughout Victoria.
The program will allow
keen yabby fishers to swap
up to three opera house
nets for three free wildlife
friendly open-top nets, as
the former are associated
with drowning wildlife
such as platypus, turtles and
native water rats, which can
Photo - VicPol be avoided entirely if open-

Keeping the
top nets are used instead.
Open-top nets are permitted
in public and private waters,
so the rule change next year
will make it simpler for
fishers who will be able to Minister for Agriculture Jaala Pulford has announced free

public in order
new yabby nets, swapped for an old opera house net.
use the same nets regardless
Photo – Tom Whitty
of location.
“We want more Victorians open-top nets feature a 20 very effective at catching
fishing more often, which is cm x 20 cm gap at their top, yabbies.
why we are offering a free which enables air-breathing Stocks are set to run out, so
swap of old opera house nets animals such as turtles to grab yours quickly.
New specialist police vehicles will soon be A large number of officers are regularly for new open-top lift nets,” escape For more information and
hitting the road to help crack down on public deployed to high-risk sporting events in said Minister for Agriculture Research by the Victorian where to find participating
order incidents, boosting capacity to rapidly Victoria. Jaala Pulford. Fisheries Authority has tackle stores, head to - vfa.
respond to hostile and violent crowds and Previously, PORT officers were required Unlike opera house nets, shown open-top lift nets are vic.gov.au/yabbynetswap.
riotous incidents. to travel in SUVs to jobs, with two officers
The vehicles are designed to fit an entire in each car, so they could fit with all their
crew of Public Order Response Team (PORT) equipment.
officers, including all their protective gear, as
well as their crowd control equipment.
Minister for Police Lisa Neville said the
new vehicles “will mean PORT officers – and
Moorabool Shire Council
The vehicles can carry up to eight officers their specialist gear – can get on the ground
and mean that a PORT crew can travel to
and from jobs together, giving police the
flexibility to respond to incidents faster and Police also recently unveiled new crowd
more effectively. control equipment including less-than-
lethal weapons, such as pepper ball guns,
PORT officers work in partnership with
other police units when a large coordinated to help officers engage with violent people
response is required at short notice. They at a greater distance without needing to get
are specifically-trained to respond to involved in physical confrontations. NOTICE OF ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL
public safety issues such as crowd control, The new vehicles and equipment were The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Wednesday 7 November,
riot response, alcohol related anti-social funded in the Labor Government’s $596
2018 in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, commencing at 6.00pm.
behaviour, liquor licensing enforcement and million Public Safety Package in the
out-of-control parties and brawls. Victorian Budget 2016-17. Members of the public are most welcome to attend.

Relay For Life

If you would like to recognise an outstanding resident or an outstanding community
event as part of the Australia Day Awards in 2019, simply download a form from our
website (www.moorabool.vic.gov.au/my-council/australian-citizenship-ceremony)
or pick up a form from one of our Customer Service Centres.
Nominations are closing soon for:
• Citizen of the Year
• Young Citizen of the Year
• Community Event of the Year
Completed nomination forms need to be submitted by close of business
Friday 16 November, 2018.

Council invites applications for the existing vacancies:
Strategic Planner - Full Time Permanent
Library Officer - Casual
Applications for above position close on Friday 26 October 2018
Project Engineer – Full Time - Applications close on Friday 2 November 2018
All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au

Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342

Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757
CEO: Derek Madden
Moorabool Mayor Paul Tatchell, pictured with (L-R) Mary Hine and Jenny Barrie will be Email: info@moorabool.vic.gov.au Web: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
supporting the Relay for Life at Darley Civic & Community Hub this Saturday 27 October, Facebook: moorabool shire council Twitter: @mooraboolshire
2-10pm. This will be Moorabool’s last relay after ten-years supporting the Cancer Council.
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Banh Mi Cafe & Restaurant

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Open 7 Days – The Village Bacchus Marsh

Chipolatas (3)
Beer Battered Fish & Chips Seasoned
966kJ Asian Calamari Served with chips or salad
65kJ Chorizo Chicken, 709kJAvocado batter,
potato wedges served
2343kJ Toasties made traditionally
Pankoon crumbed
buttered bread, in
calamari lemon pepper and with gluten during preparation.
Flathead fillets in a light, crunchy beerwith sweet chilli sauce and sour cream.
Chicken & Bacon Haloumi & Macadamia 615kJ Salad toasted with your favourite with coleslaw, roasted capsicum, cucumber, Our eggs are cage free.
3832kJ served with chips, a fresh garden salad
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shallots and a thai basil dressing.
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Avocado 535kJ Bacon,
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avocado, chives With cheese and tomato & Macadamia Salad A surcharge of 15% applies on public holidays.
tomato, spanish onion, cheese and caesar Panko crumbed calamari dusted with lemon and balsamic dressing.
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Smoked Salmon Grilled337kJ Beef, Pumpkin
Large Chips Club Sandwich
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and tartare sauce. dressing.
Grilled Chicken Breast Grilled chicken breast, bacon, lettuce, With cheese and avocado with fresh avocado, chives and balsamic and is correct as at time of printing. Natural variations may result
Steak Sandwich
Extra Bread (2)
& Chickpea 1813kJ
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Fruit Toast (2) 1261kJ Lemon Pepper Calamaritomato, spanish onion, cheese and caesar
Turkey Grilled Beef, Pumpkin 1996kJ
in some deviations. Further, all meals may contain and/or come
059kJ Grilled lean steak with grilled
onion, rocket, tomato,
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omelettes onion, rocket, tomato, chickpeas, mixed with capsicum, red onion, to help grow the 27-year heritage already
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Kiosk 3 (Opposite Coles)

tomato Chicken Nuggets Low Gluten
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Rice Noodles or Stir Fry Chicken with Oyster Sauce

sides mild tomato salsa, sour cream and guacamole. Served with chips or salad
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Opening Hours
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272kJ Battered Fish 6258kJ 1917kJ Low Gluten Option 2375kJ
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Hash Brown
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709kJ sweet chilli saucechips
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A surcharge of 15% applies on public holidays.
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toasted with your favouriteBaked Our eggs are cage2828kJ free.
Thursday - Friday 8:00am - 6:30pm

• Chinese Pancakes • Meal Deals available

Beans Leg Ham

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Also available as an open grill.
Avocado 535kJ standard product
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536kJ Small Chips in contact with various allergens including
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With cheese and tomato Grilled Steak With cheese and avocado
A surcharge of 15% applies on public holidays.
Kiosk 4, The Village Ph 0415 066 685
Large Chips 2793kJ For a full allergen list
Smoked Salmon 337kJ nuts, seafood, gluten and dairy products.
1813kJ Grilled Chicken Breast 718kJ
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Extra Bread (2)
Grilled Chicken Fruit Toast (2) 1261kJ 3515kJ Lemon Pepper Calamari 1107kJ
With cheese and cranberry
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Avo Smash 486kJ
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Early learning outdoors

By Meg Kennedy Lily D’Ambrosio, Minister for Energy, Environment and
Climate Change, said the program will allow young people
Bacchus Marsh Primary School and Ballan Childcare Centre to help protect their local environment.
are now two of 180 successful grant recipients from the State Ballan Childcare Centre says they are “incredibly excited”
Government, which has pledged more than $2.8 million as
to receive the $3,380 grant, which applied in hopes to help
part of the 2018 Victorian Junior Landcare and Biodiversity
continue their environmental projects, such as tidying up
Mill Park and creating a bush food garden.
The new initiative, to be delivered in partnership with
Landcare Australia, will encourage the next generation The bush food garden initiative comes as the centre has
of young people to care for Victoria’s natural environment strived to embed Indigenous culture into its education

Police Rounds
by providing funding projects to Victorian schools, program and creating a “bush-tucker” garden.
kindergartens, preschools, childcare centres and other The centre says the project will not be just for the children,
groups. but “it can be an asset for the community as well”.

Newborns in the district

On Sunday 7 October, a fire was attended by Police and CFA
after a 15-year old Mount Egerton resident added unleaded
fuel to a fire.  No injuries and only minor property damage
Babies born recently at Bacchus Marsh and Melton
was caused. Regional Hospital.

Between Friday 5 and Sunday 7 October, a burglary and

theft were reported to Police.  The new house in Jasmine
Court, Ballan had reached lock up stage.  New owners are
reminded to make security arrangements with new houses
as they are targeted by thieves for appliances.

On Sunday 7 October, thieves were disturbed stealing copper

piping from St. Michael’s Primary School in Springbank.  
Anyone who may have information are asked to contact
crimestoppers on 1800 33 000 or Ballan Police on 53681303

Police attended a report of an assault in the vicinity of Greendale parents Sharee and Travis A new sister for Jessica, Zoe Aria Erin and Steven KIRTSANIS from
Crossroads Trading on Thursday 11 October.  A 20-year old have welcomed baby number three. BELL is baby number two for Sunbury Kurunjang have a new baby, a little
Hallie Anne MILLER arrived on parents Stephanie and Jeremy BELL. girl. Selina arrived on Wednesday 17
male from Ballan was interviewed in relation to the offence Thursday 18 October at 2.03am. Weighing 2910 grams, Zoe arrived at October at 9.29pm, weighing 2800
which consisted of abuse towards a local resident. Weighing 3440 grams, Hallie is a new 9am on Thursday 18 October. grams. Selina is a new sister for
sister for Arlia and Hamish. Dante.

On Tuesday 16 October, Police attended a report of family

violence in Geelong-Ballan Road, Ballan.  A 20-year old male
was charged and bailed to the Ballarat Magistrates’ Court for
breaching an Intervention Order.
have continued LOCATION
their search for Missing man Albert SESSION DETAILS PRESENTER
SMITH.  On Wednesday
5/7/18 6-7pm 17 October
Ballan the Victoria Police
Cloud Automation for business Marmoset
12/7/18 TIME
and Rescue Squad
6-7pmwith Ballan Police
Bacchus conducted a Insurance/financial
Marsh foot
planning – Are DETAILS
you covered? PRESENTER
of bushland 6-7pm BallanMorrisons Cemetery
and tracks between Cloud Automation for business Marmoset
19/7/18 6-7pm Bacchus Marsh
Ballan How to crush your ‘to
Insurance/financial do’ list– Are you covered?
planning Accountable
and his home address (Mt Doran).  No updates at this time. 
24/07/18 6-7.30pm Bacchus Marsh HR – Managing staff and all things HR Accountants
Key Business Advisors
Residents are please6-7.30pm
2/8/18 urged to provide
6-7pm any information
Bacchus marsh which
How toMaths
Retail crush–yourwhat‘tofigures
do’ list
should your business know? Eccountability
Retail Fundamentals
will lead to the location
16/8/18 6-7pmof Mr. SMITH.
6-7.30pm Bacchus Marsh HR – Google
Give Managing what stafftheyand all things
want HR your ‘Google My Business’ Account
– optimizing Key Business Advisors
Anyone 6-7.30pm
who may have marsh
any information Government
any of the above – what figures
Retail Maths Incentives should your
for Employers business
looking know?
to take the next step in growing their business Retail Fundamentals
30/8/18 6-7pm
6-7.30pm Bacchus Marsh Give Google
Policy & what
It is a girl forthey want
first – optimizing
time parents your ‘Google My Business’ Account
Andrea Marmoset Connections
are asked to contact Crimestoppers on 1800 33 000 or Ballan
6/9/18 6-7pm
6-7.30pm Bacchus Marsh
Ballan Government
and for
Budgeting Incentives
small from forMelton.
business Employers looking toOlive,
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in growinghave their
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on 5368 1303.6-7.30pm Bacchus Marsh Policy &3340 grams,Manuals
Procedure Addison arrived at GIANI was born on Friday 12 October to Bacchus FranchiseMarshConnections
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12.41am on Monday 15 October.
6/9/18 6-7.30pm SAY
13/9/18 6-7pm Ballan
Bacchus Marsh Budgeting
Using pics for
videos as part of your business Cameron. Miles arrived at 9.11pm and weighed 7lb
business 11oz. Web Design
20/9/18 6-7.30pm Ballan Business Plans Accountants
Franchise Connections

25/9/18 6-7pm
6-7.30pm Bacchus Marsh Using picsService
Customer and videos as partbusiness
for every of your business Webyte
Key BusinessWeb Design Advisors
Bacchus Marsh POST
AWARDS Service
Tender writing
every business
your retail/hospitality
business presentations
for Xmas PROGRAM
Franchise Connections
Key Business
Federation University

25/10/18 6-8pm
6-7PM Bacchus Marsh
Government your
forAWARDS 2017
Employers –to POST
for Xmas
2018next step in growing
take the AWARDS INITIATIVEtheir businessTRAINING William
Matchworks PROGRAM
1/11/18 6-8pm
6-7.30pm Ballan Marsh
Bacchus Making business
Building a business presentations
– the importance of customer loyalty Federation
Retail University
DATE 6-7pm
8/11/18 TIME Ballan
6-7PM LOCATION Liquor Government Incentives
licencing and RSA’s SESSION
for Employers looking DETAILS
to take the next step in growing their business PRESENTER
OnTap Liquor
1/11/18 6-7pm
6-7.30pm Bacchus Marsh Government
Building Incentives
a business – theforimportance
customerto take the next step in growing their business Consulting
loyalty Matchworks
Retail Fundamentals
8/11/18 6-8pm
6-7pm Bacchus Marsh
Ballan Liquor licencing
101 and
Cloud Automation
Marketing forRSA’s
Business Marmoset
OnTap Liquor University
22/11/18 6-7pm
6-7PM Ballan Marsh
Bacchus SMSF – the Marketing
DIY digital basics Strategies for Small Business Consulting
Webyte Web Design
5/4/18 6-8pm
6-7pm Ballan
Bacchus Marsh Marketing
How to crush 101your ‘to do’ list Federation
Eccountability University
12/4/18 6-7PM
6-7pm Bacchus
Ballan Marsh SMSF – theyour
Give Google basics
what retail/hospitality business in
they want – optimizing 2019
your ‘Google My Business’ Account Accountable
Marmoset Angliss
Note: Sessions will be held at Ballan & District Community House – 76 Steiglitz Street, Ballan
18/4/18 6-7.30pm Bacchus Marsh Part 1 in series The Ultimate Behavioural Profiling System– Intro to the 4 types of Accountants
Ultimate Leadership
Note: Sessions will be or held at:
the Moorabool
29/11/18 6-7.30pm Bacchus MarshLibraryPromoting
– 215 Main your Street,
clients/customers Bacchus
that you Marshin 2019
have business William Angliss
- BacchusLight Marsh – 183andHalletts Way Darley will or thebe Moorabool Library – 215 Main Street Bacchus Marsh
26/4/18 6-7pm food Ballan refreshments Government provided
Incentives for atEmployers
each session.
looking to take the next step in growing their business Matchworks
Note:- Sessions
Ballanwill be heldCommunity
& District at: House – 76 Steiglitz Street Ballan BUSINESSBUSINESS EXCELLENCE
Registration 6-7.30pm
is Marsh
required Bacchus
prior Marsh
to each Part 2 in series The Ultimate Behavioural Profiling System – Getting to know BUSINESS
the type whoEXCELLENCE Ultimate AWARDS
AdvertLeadership 2017
sponsored by PROGRA
- Bacchus – 183 Halletts Waysession
Darley or– please contactLibrary
the Moorabool Angie –Colliver
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each to win
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Community House – 76 Steiglitz Street Ballan MARCH – NOVEMBER 2018
10/5/18 6-7.30pm Ballan Financial Planning for small business Accountable
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Termssessions are
and Conditions:FREE to business owners and
Light food and refreshments will be provided at each session their staff within the Moorabool Shire
DATE area.
15/3/18 15/3/18
6-7pm 6-7pm
Bacchus Bacchus
Marsh Marsh
Government SESSION
Incentives DETAILS
for Employers
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The What’s On section is for non-profit community organisations. All free events submitted will be considered for FREE publication at the
Editors discretion. Advertising of AGMs in this section will only appear if a paid public notice also appears in the classifieds section, as per
the constitution of Business & Consumer Affairs for incorporated groups.

Bacchus Marsh Playgroup Ballan Farmers Market

ADULT EDUCATION (Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg Next Market – Saturday 10 November, 9am-1pm. 2nd
Ballan & District Community House Street, Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. Enq – 0498 361
For class enrolment information, venue hire and costs; please 3pm. Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066. 291 or 0490 114 130.
call 5368 1934 or email info@bchvic.org.au Moorabool Mission Recovery Group
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member
Short courses and classes. 33-35 Jonathan Drive, Darley. BM & out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm –
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday Jean Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. Enq- Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036. Service Times  -  St John’s Ballan 1st & 3rd Sundays -
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club 9:30am; 2nd & 4th Sundays – 11am Family Service. Service
Courses and classes. 229 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh. Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, Times - St Mark’s in the Gordon Pub 2nd & 4th Sundays –
Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061. 229 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after 5pm. Enq to Rev’d Glen Wesley - 5368 2730. 
U3A Bacchus Marsh - Active seniors social learning, for each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. Ballan Uniting Church
daily activities contact 5367 5341 or visit our website - www. Ballan Playgroup (St Paul’s) - Services 11.15am every Sunday.
u3abacchus.org.au Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church
B3 Community - Focused, family friendly church with a
Hall  - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421
difference. Services every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue
MEETINGS 905 558 Tamsin. 
Bowling Club, Main St, Bacchus Marsh.
Ballan Anglers Inc
BacchChat @ Lerderderg Library Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel, Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
1st Saturday of the Month,10am-12 noon.Various topics of 7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome – Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St,
interest presented. Enquiries – 5366 7100 or www.moorabool. 0400 003 936. Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
vic.gov.au/libraries Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
Moorabool Environment Group Working bees every 3rd Sunday of each month. All welcome. Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 9am and 5pm;
Next monthly meeting - Thursday 25 October, 7pm. Enquiries - 0400 052 857.
Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. All welcome. Balliang - 2nd Sunday 11am, 4th Sunday 9am; Myrniong – 1st
Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group
Enq - 0409 131 021 & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs.
Bacchus Marsh CWA Day Branch Enquiries - 1300 660 068. Church of the Living God - Christian youth ministry and
Meets 2nd Thursday of each month at 10am at the Darley Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics bible teaching. 2nd Sunday of every month, 5pm. Open to all
Hub, Wittick Street, Darley. Enquiries: 5368 7273. Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month ages. At 14 Darcy St, Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
CWA - The Marshians Night Branch Bacchus Marsh at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Meet first Tuesday of month - The Hub, Wittick St, Darley, Enq - 0421 222 717. Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
7pm.  Enquiries - Gay Hooper 0413 350 012 Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Ballan & District CWA Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial
Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535. Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
Branch meetings – 2nd Thursday each month. RSL Hall, Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
Inglis St, Ballan, 7.30pm. All welcome - enquiries to 0407 992 Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh)
Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
767 or email ballandistrictcwa@gmail.com
Ballan District Vintage Machinery & Vehicle Club Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, Non-denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705. KYB Monday evenings 6pm (0429 681 566.) Ladies KYB
Meetings - second Monday each month, 8pm. Tom Mullane
Pavilion, Ballan Racecourse Reserve. Enquiries – Brian 5368 Wednesday 1pm (5367 6834).
2255 or Ray 5368 1177.
MARKETS Bacchus Marsh Life Church
The Pottery Group Ballan Lions Club Market Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
Tuesday and Saturday 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall Next market – Saturday 3 November 2018. in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
(next to Tennis Courts), Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome. First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm.
St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
Enquiries to Maureen 0447173031. Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne).
Darley Market Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.
Saturday 3 November, 8am - 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
month at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
Centenary of Armistice Day 145 (Alan). 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
Bacchus Marsh
This year on Remembrance Day, The Bacchus Marsh RSL
will celebrate the Centenary of Armistice Day.
This will be conducted at the Village Green next to the RSL
Memorial Hall on Sunday 11 November 2018, 10.30am
At precisely 11.00am a minute’s silence will be dedicated, as Oak s Day H i g h
we remember those who died in war.
Following the service, the RSL will be open for a Sausage Afternoon Tea
Sizzle and; at 11.45 am a presentation will take place to the
three companies selected to design Stage 1 of the ‘Centenary
of Armistice Memorial Project’.
‘Lest We Forget’

Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church

The Congregations of St Andrew’s
and Pentland Hills
Invite members of the community to the Service
celebrating the Induction of Rev David Withers
as Minister of the Word to our congregations
at 2.00 pm November 4th, 2018
St Andrew’s Church, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh
followed by light refreshments in the hall
Prizes to be won for the best
Enquiries and RSVP to bmuc@westnet.com.au racing headwear!
by 28th October please. Bookmaker and more!


Wed 24 October 2018 at 2pm
St Bernard’s Catholic Church Hall
61 Lerderderg St, Bacchus Marsh
Afternoon Tea Supplied
Admission: Adults: $10.00. Children & Concession: $5.00
Tickets available at the door
Proceeds to The Neighbour’s Place Inc.
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Dear Editor, more step towards stopping maintain and develop the work or take their kids to councils to do away with
I am doing a project at school global warming. ones we have. school, are up to scratch. farm rate differentials are
called the ‘Make A Difference’ Speaking of steps, that is Change is necessary to en- We’re set to embark on the flawed and divisive.
project. For this project I had to the third action: walking. sure we keep communities biggest road maintenance I’m arguing for a review
write a letter to the editor and More specifically than that, and industries connected – blitz Victoria has ever seen,
of the rating system, with a
then submit it to a local news- walking instead of driving and that’s good news for lo- with a record $941 mil-
paper, to inspire people to help a car whenever it is possible. cal jobs and businesses. lion investment in regional move towards more sustain-
prevent global warming. The two advantages of this The fact is, more than 80 roads. Dear Editor, able methods of funding and
Climate change; we have all are that you are helping stop per cent of Victoria’s arterial Major road rebuilds are The Minister for Local Gov- grants, including methods
heard about it by now, and climate change and you get roads are in the regions. starting this month on the ernment has been asked to that acknowledge the rev-
it has dawned on society some exercise. This aids in Having lived in regional Princes Highway near Moe, commit to a full review of enue collection bias that city
that it is a present issue that stopping global warming Victoria for around 30 years, the Hume Freeway at Win- the local council rating sys- councils have over regional
needs to be dealt with, and because we are lowering fuel I know this firsthand, and ton, and Borung Highway at tem in Victoria. councils.
there are three easy ways emissions into the air, by not my goal is to ensure regional Dimboola. Ratepayers across Western
using the car at all. I am not Country councils can’t gen-
that you can help to stop it. communities have the safe As the weather warms, hun- Victoria need a new way for
saying walk 40-kilometres and reliable roads they erate income the way big
These three techniques are dreds more road upgrades rates to be charged and for
not massive things that will every day, but to walk small deserve. councils do, such as parking
will get underway in every councils to find better ways
immediately stop climate distances instead of driving. That’s why I’m proud to lead corner of our state – creating meters.
to be funded.
change, but they are all Every technique listed here the new, dedicated country around 650 construction jobs Regional councils are larger
Despite rate increases being
small actions that we can do is very easy and does not re- roads body – Regional Roads in regional Victoria. in land mass and have fewer
capped, the Andrews Labor
to help. quire much effort. They are Victoria. The challenges that our ratepayers, leaving them at a
small, but one person cannot Government’s move to an-
The first way we can help With the sole focus on fix- 19,000 kilometres of country squeeze to fund road main-
prevent global warming by nual valuations is having an
stop climate change is the ing the country roads that arterial roads presents will
themself, because ‘You can’t impact with real increases tenance and other public
simple action of having need it most. not be fixed overnight, but
fill a bucket of water without closer to five per cent, or assets.
smaller showers. Having a That means safer roads and we’re in it for the long haul.
the droplets’. more. Program and cost shifting
one to two-minute shower less congestion. It will take sustained focus,
would drastically decrease Ben O’Leary Over the coming weeks Recent newspaper reports from other tiers of Govern-
consultation and continued
the energy that is needed Blackwood and months, I will be on the list the average rate rise for ment also needs to be recog-
to heat water, which is elec- (aged 13 and printed with road, driving our network, Northern Grampians farm- nised and funded appropri-
Together, we’ll work hard ers at 25 per cent. Mildura
tricity, and in most peoples’ family permission) meeting with communities, ately. The time is now for a
every day to build a network residents are facing a 23
cases, that electricity comes stakeholders and industry to new funding rating model
that gets you home safer and
from coal fired power sta- understand the challenges per cent hike and 29 in the
sooner. for local government.
tions. Coal fired power sta- and opportunities we face. Mount Alexander Shire.
And for the first time, the The Sustainability and Op-
tions are the main contribu- Our aim is not only to con- Regional councils are par-
community will be able to erational Challenges of Vic-
tors to global warming. sistently improve the con- ticularly struggling to fund
see what works are under- toria’s Rural and Regional
The second way that we dition of our roads, but to ongoing programs, projects
way or planned in their local
can all help prevent climate bring you with us – so you and maintenance. Councils findings and rec-
Dear Editor, area via the new RRV web-
change is one of the easiest know the why and how of The current system of rat- ommendations are consist-
site – regionalroads.vic.gov.
actions possible: turning The last couple of weeks what we’re doing, and its ing is out-dated and based ent with my concerns.
off lights. More specifically have marked a significant benefit.
It’s also going to be easier on 19th Century English Simon Ramsay MP
turning off any lights that shift in the way we man- We’ll also coordinate with
to reach us when you need methodology which focused State Member for Western
do not need to be turned age Victoria’s regional and other parts of Government
to talk about an upgrade or on farmers and landowners. Victoria
on, such as any light that is rural road network, because who are delivering for re-
turned on during the day. the role roads play in the gional Victoria to make sure to voice any concerns via a Even without a drought on
This supports our preven- country are very different to these road priorities get dedicated, Ballarat based, our doorsteps, it is easy to
tion of global warming be- those in the city. done with minimal disrup- call centre 133 RRV (778). see that this is not a viable
cause it lowers the amount The problem is not that we tion for locals. Paul Northey or fair way of collecting rates
of energy needed to turn don’t have enough roads Ultimately, our job is to Regional Roads Victoria that ultimately serve the en-
the lights on. In doing this, in the country – it’s that we make sure the roads people Chief Regional Roads tire municipality.
we are all helping to put one need to change the way we rely on every day to get to Officer Recent efforts by some

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in auctions
expected to
Fully Renovated Home,
Melbourne Side of Ballarat
2955 Old Melbourne Road, Dunnstown
This gorgeous Victorian miners cottage will keep everyone happy with its classical with a 69 per cent clearance Mount Franklin with sweep-
elegance, contemporary interior & huge family-friendly 1982m2 allotment size. rate at 30 September 2018 ing views which fetched
Sitting at the foothills of Mt Warrenheip with no direct neighbours & farmland compared with 66.2 per cent $2.55 million.
adjoining on all sides, this 12 square home currently leased at $300 p/w is packed at the same period for 2017. Trentham is home to the
with all the trimmings for today’s modern family. Outside there is a 6 x 9m shed In Regional Victoria, 1369 second most expensive
with power & concrete, a double carport & a dog yard, while a separate room is homes have sold under the property to sell for big bucks
available for an office/studio or a quiet space to chill. hammer so far in 2018. under the hammer in 2018:
Auction: Sat 27th October at 11.00AM The Geelong region contin- an idyllic 26-acre property at
ues to lead the Regional Vic- 220 Mulcahys Road, which
torian auction market with went for $2.2 million. A
the top five towns for auc- three-bedroom house next
GIL KING tion volume all being located to the Barwon Heads Golf
in the region. So far this Club rounded out the top
CEO, REIV year, Belmont has hosted the three, selling for $2.15 mil-
While the auction market most auctions, 123, with 107 lion in May 2018.
in Metropolitan Melbourne homes sold via auction in the There were also some
town leading to a high clear- budget buys in Regional
has been sluggish during the
ance rate of 87 per cent. Victoria with properties sell-
first three quarters of 2018,
Eighty-four auctions were ing under the hammer for
with fewer auctions held
held in Highton (57 sales), 80 as little as $22,250 for a two-
and low clearance rates, Re-
were held in Geelong West bedroom renovator’s delight
gional Victoria is holding its
(55 sales), there were 69 auc- in Donald. A fire-damaged
tions in Newtown (46 sales) home at 7 McBain Street
Coming off the property and 65 in Torquay (55 sales). Swan Hill sold via auction
boom of the past few years, The top three auctions sales for $38,000 and a three-
Regional Victoria has hosted in Regional Victoria so far in bedroom house located at 65
a similar number of auctions 2018 have all fetched more Bree Road, Hamilton fetched
so far in 2018 compared with than $2 million. The most $62,000 at auction.
the same period in 2017 with expensive home sold under The REIV expects around
1985 and 2099 respectively. the hammer was a four- 950 auctions to take place in
The success rate for 2018 has bedroom architecturally-de- Regional Victoria during the
been even higher than 2017 signed home on 50 acres in final quarter of 2018.

Agent: Chris Leonard

51 Lydiard Street South, Ballarat 3350 0409 0409 23
Phone 5331 1111 www.prdballarat.com.au
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Displaying an impressive blend of modern Private Sale $670,000 - $719,000 Fantastic opportunity to purchase Private Sale $320,000
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and Lerderderg State Park, stretching in a private court setting and only
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Executive Residence Absolute Perfection

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miss this rare opportunity! rear & car space. Potential rent of $200 per week. This would be a great
property to live in or to add to your portfolio.
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Invest, renovate or move straight in. Neat and affordable 3-bedroom, 1 One owner, triple fronted, brick and tile 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home
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investor. Situated in the ever popular Underbank Estate. Featuring 3 Beautiful gardens, carport and large workshop/shed. Corner block
bedrooms all with BIRs, a light filled living area which connects the within walking distance to the Village Shopping Centre and Schools.
generously sized kitchen and dining area, with access to the rear patio. Excellent location to raise your family. The block is approximately
All this on a large, flat block of 763m². 766m2 and also offers the opportunity for subdivision (STCA).
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $430,000-$450,000 FOR SALE $550,000
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FOR SALE 62 Halletts Way, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 29 Lidgett Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 2 3 1 6

Unique Development Opportunity Perfect Place to Start!

3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home on 900sqm block with plans & permits This solid family home is ideally located within walking distance to Main
for 2 x 6 star energy rated, 2 bedroom, one bathroom, single garage Street shopping precinct, schools, kindergarten & parks. Featuring 3
units to the rear. Generate a rental income from the house while you bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom & good sized lounge. Ideal for first home
develop the rear. House currently returning $16,640pa & flexible buyers or investors alike as it sits on a 577m² corner block with a big
settlement terms are available. Visit our website today for full plans, backyard. Great value at $390,000.
soil tests, rental appraisals, Section 32.
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FOR SALE 21 Riversdale Crescent, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 31 Wellington Street, Bacchus Marsh
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Hidden Gem on 1155m²! It Just Feels Like Home!

Located just 300m from Bacchus Marsh Golf Club, surrounded by Perfectly located in a quiet court within easy walking distance to
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private landscaped setting. Featuring 3 bedrooms, kitchen, dining, full ENS & WIR) the remaining 3 generous sized bedrooms have BIRs.

living, extra lounge with lovely garden views, central bathroom, Central bathroom, W/C, laundry, Blackwood kitchen, living/dining area
heating & cooling. Lock up garage/workshop, sewing room and that adjoins rumpus/family room with cathedral ceilings & wood
laundry. Ideal first home or for those looking for a quiet, tranquil setting. heater. Ducted heating & cooling & ceiling fans throughout.
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FOR SALE $440,000-$460,000 FOR SALE $545,000
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Ian McDonald Steve Creese Daryl Gould Peter Leonard Denise Sniegowski Liam Gair
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On the Road to ID18

By Michael Howard

NEW South Wales warrior

Tiger Tara upstaged Chicago
Bull in the Group 1 Pryde’s
EasiFeed Victoria Cup at
Tabcorp Park Melton, but
that couldn’t shake the West
Australian speed machine
from the top of the ID18 tree.
The second lot of TAB Inter
Dominion rankings were
released last week and, in
the pacing championship,
trainer Gary Hall Senior’s
speed machine, Chicago
Bull, lost few fans and
maintained top billing on
the back of his gritty second
in the Victoria Cup.
Tiger Tara leapfrogged
fellow New South Wales
entrant Let It Ride from
third place into second on
the back of his $200,000 race
win in the all-important
rankings, which have their
third instalment on October
31 and fourth and final
instalment on November 21.
The latter will deliver the
field of 36 that will contest
ID18, Australasia’s greatest Todd McCarthy salutes as Tiger Tara wins the Pryde’s EasiFeed Victoria Cup at Tabcorp Park Melton. Picture: Stuart McCormick.
trots race series that begins
with its first lot of heats at sitting parked outside Tiger time since 2008 and while country cups winner in the December’s series. 13, saluting in the Group 1
Tabcorp Park Melton on Tara over a mile. You are not there is plenty of talent care of trainer David Aiken. LONG Forrest trainer Andy Aldebaran Park Bill Collins
December 1 and continues going to win doing that and lining at the state’s borders, Only two years ago Aiken Gath is well positioned to Trotters Sprint.
at Ballarat (December 4) and obviously we didn’t.” from both interstate and guided much-loved Melton wrap two hands around The 2.3m win helped ensure
Cranbourne (December 8) The highly touted pacer New Zealand, to take the favourite Lennytheshark to the TAB ID18 Trotting
Tornado Valley remains in
before returning to Melton will next contest the New crown to foreign soil, there an Inter Dominion triumph Championship with his
second place on the latest
for the December 15 finals. Zealand Trotting Cup is also a strong Victorian at Perth’s Gloucester Park. trotter Tornado Valley, who
resistance. reinforced his elite standing ID18 trotting rankings,
“At first glance I thought on November 13 before Im The Boss ran an eye-
returning to Victoria to take Among those is Im The catching sixth in last at Tabcorp Park Melton behind only Kiwi Speeding
he was disappointing,” Hall
Snr said of Chicago Bull post on ID18. Boss, the pacer who’s come Saturday’s Victoria Cup and recently. Spur, who ventured to
Victoria Cup. “But then when DECEMBER’S staging from the clouds, having moved from 16 to 15 in the After a spell the former Melton in 2016 to capture the
I analysed it and the lead marks the Inter Dominion’s evolved from an $11,000 latest ID18 rankings, looking Kiwi returned to produce $300,000 Pryde’s EasiFeed
time was so slow, it was like Victorian return for the first claimer to a four-time well placed to qualify for a dominant on October Great Southern Star.

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Darley Lions BC

On The Back Ballan Cricket Club

Ballan 1 St X1

Foot Ballan 2/83 def North Ballarat 10/82

Batting - A Cairns 44 no, J McGregor 27
Bowling -
By Todd Whelan M Snaith 5.2-0-3/11, B Loughnane 9-1-3/19, D Graham 7-1-
2/17, Dehnert 7-2-1/14, Z Graham 2-0-1/5
THE Darley Lions’ woes with Another great team effort by the Ballan boys after losing the
the bat continued after they toss, having North Ballarat all out for 82, with an excellent
were bowled out for just 118 in performance by all bowlers. Our batsmen reached the North
their third round, eight wicket Ballarat score in 24 overs.
loss to East Ballarat at Darley Ballan 2nd X1
Park last Saturday. Won on a forfeit
But it would be a dismissal Ballan 3rd XI
of a different kind that would
Ballan 6/158 def Ballarat Redan 8/157
prove their undoing, as three
Batting - J Costello 32 no, M Burton 26, M Vallance 23, R
of their top order batsman were ‘run out’, to deny themselves
Taylor 21, B Leahy 20, J Conroy 6 no
any advantage after winning the toss and choosing to bat.
Bowling -
Opening batsmen Ryan Ali (44), Lachie Herring (4) and
R Lindsay 8-1-2/22, M Burton 6-0-2/27, J Costello 8-1-2/33, R

Ballan Bowling Club

middle order youngster Joel Cadman (21) were all caught shy
of their crease as the Lions again capitulated with the willow. Taylor 8-1-1/19
An exciting game with a one run victory on the last ball.
The defeat sees the winless Lions languishing in ninth place
Michael Vallance was the stand out making 23, bowling the
on the table after three successive losses on their home-deck,
Results – Week ending 21 October 2018. last over and taking 3 brilliant catches. Max Burton was also
posing serious concerns on their finals aspirations this early
Division 3 travelled to Bacchus Marsh another standout for his first game in more than 20 years.
in the season.
to play Avenue bowling club on their Under 15
Despite being the only team in the competition to be bowled
synthetic surface. While the weather was Match washed out
out in all three of their opening 50 over fixtures (136,69,118),
playing coach Mike Alexander remains confident his boys not so good the standard of bowls was Under 12 Blue
can bounce back. very good. Ballan was able to get away Ballan 5/47 lost Melton Centrals 4/110
“We’re not far away, we’ve been in matches”, he said. to record a 63 shot win.  The biggest Batting - C Matheson 7 ret, S Horan 4 no, J Gleeson-Hill 3, J
“We were a little unlucky at times on the weekend, win of the day was the rink of Stewart, Bower 1, E Grigg 1.
sometimes things just don’t go your way. McNaughton, S McConnell and Smith by Bowling - J Burton 3-0-2/16, C Matheson 4-0-1-17, S Horan
38 shots. The rinks skippered by C Love and D O’Hanlon 2-0-1/8
“We have a relatively inexperienced group and need to
improve our mental application. This will have a positive also had good wins while the Coffey rink just went down. Ballan lost the toss and bowled first, the team bowled well
effect on our decision-making process and game awareness The wet weather on Saturday saw the Ballan bowling green with the first-year players getting all the wickets; James
moving forward. Burton was the stand out in his first game of cricket taking
closed so Division 7 ended up having to have another game
two wickets. Ballan’s batsmen struggled against some good
“I’ve no doubt we have the ability to match it with anyone after Invermay offered to host them at their home green. With
bowling by Melton Centrals; standout was Clancy Matheson
this season,” Alexander said. several experienced players missing, combined with two who made seven before being retired.
East Ballarat made light work of the run chase, reeling in the players in Greg Heverin and Gary Webb having their first Under 12 White
lowly total after just 28.4 overs with eight wickets in hand. ever games, it was going to be a struggle but to the players’
Ballan 4/59 lost Darley White 5/71
Opening bowler Dale Locke (1/12) continues to impress with credit they never gave up only going down by 27 shots. The
Batting - A McILwaine 17 no, E Davenport 3, J Mauriks 3, V
the ball, his eight overs were the pick of the bunch. Locke’s skippers this week were Scott, Cornell, Pitcher and Cameron.  Berton 2 no, C Olthof 2no
economical start to the season has been a shining light for Last week’s major raffle winner was Terry Hodge while the Bowling - E Ayres 3-1-2/7, C Olthof 2-0-1/13, B Mauriks 1-0-
the struggling Lions. His numbers from the opening three members draw was again unclaimed therefore jackpotting 1/4, A McILwaine 3-0-0/3, A Connor 2-0-0/5
rounds tell the story (24.4 overs, eight maidens, 3/46). again and will be worth $150 next Thursday night. Another excellent high energy effort in the field. Some untidy
The Lions will travel for the first time this Saturday to
All welcome each and every Tuesday and Thursday nights bowling allowed Darley to get easy runs. Congratulations to
the Western Oval for a fourth-round meeting with the
from 5pm for try of bowls or just a social evening. Niamh Mauriks and Cooper Olthof on their first wickets
undefeated Brown Hill. and Eliza Ayres, two wickets. Aussie McIlwaine opened

Ballan Brumbies
BCA FIRST GRADE (Round 3) the batting innings well scoring 17 not out with the rest of
Darley 118 all out, Overs 49.1. R. Ali 44, J. Cadman 21, D. the team finding it difficult to score runs. A great display of
Hoey 20*. sportsmanship with lots of players assisting Darley in the

East Ballarat 2/121, Overs 28.4. D. Locke 1/12, M. Ward 1/27.
East Ballarat won by 8 wickets.
Brown Hill 121 all out, Overs 39.5. R. Densley 6/19, B. Bennett
Results – Week ending 21 October
Darley 7/127, Overs 42. B. Wheelahan 35*, B. Bennett 26, R. Under 10 Boys
Densley 25. Ballan White - Bye
Darley won by 3 wickets. Ballan Blue 11 def Celtic Tigers Green 9
Under 10 Girls
East Ballarat 5/170, Overs 40. D. Hynes 2/46, T. Cox 1/30, H.
Ballan 36 def Excies Acmy White 4

Ballan Golf Club

Nash 1/35
Darley 102 all out, Overs 35.2. L. Cornford 26, J. Fitzgerald Under 12 Boys
24, E. Thewma 14. Ballan White 7 lost Celtic Tigers Green 29
East Ballarat won by 68 runs. Ballan Blue - Bye Results - Week ending Saturday 20 October
BCA One-Day B-GRADE (Round 2)
Under 12 Girls Wednesday Stableford – Men’s & Ladies.
North Ballarat 6/109, Overs 40. C. Salisbury 3/12, J. Randall
Ballan 24 def Wildcats 0 Winner John Fitzgerald (26) 35 points
2/13, M. Seager 1/12.
Darley 0/114, Overs 18. T. Gallagher 64*, D. Hynes 40*. on c/b from Kev Lockman (15).
Under 14 Boys
Magpie - 14th Bob Arkjlay.
Darley won by 10 wickets. Ballan White 3 lost Drummo Dragons 15
NTP - 15th Chris Tudor.
Ballan Blue 13 lost Wildcats Blue 21
Ballan Gold 19 lost Excies Acmy 22 Saturday Stableford
9th Round House Teams & McIlvena Final. 
Under 14 Girls
Ballan White 6 lost Saints Sparks 46 A Grade Winner on the day Barry Sims (14) 41 points,
R/up Peter Clifford (16) 39 points.
Ballan Blue 20 def Sovereign Knights White 19
NEW DOCTORS EXTENDED HOURS B Grade - Winner John Fitzgerald (26) 36 points
Under 16 Boys on c/b from Vic Buttigieg (24).

Ballan 27 def Wildcats 18 NTPs - 12th Anthony Moore, 15th John Fitzgerald.
Magpies - 1st Jimmy Walsh, 14th Bob Arklay.
Under 16 Girls
Balls (6), Cut-off 35 points: Barry Sims, Peter Clifford, Rick
Ballan 40 def Sovereign Knights 13
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can make you a little moody
this week, but this weekend it’s all on with offbeat so-
LEO—July 23-August 22

Stars & Puzzles No matter how hard you try - and you are trying, it seems
impossible to catch up. But take heart, all your clever
work will make the coming weeks more relaxing.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
Recruitment is the week’s theme. Either you join a vol-
unteer group or are volunteered for a job by a “friend.”
The invitations you issue will be taken more seriously
QUICK PUZZLE than you think.

★★★★★★★★ LIBRA—September 23-October 22

Your ideas meet with opposition - but don’t toss them
out. Look for more receptive people. This may be the
time for a rejuvenation programme.
SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
A long awaited reply finally comes in, and the news
ARIES—March 21-April 20 proves more interesting than it initially appears. A family
matter could be on your mind - it may be time to have a
There may be a confrontation in the job environment or serious discussion.
neighbourhood. Your charm saves the day, but just barely.
Later in the week, avoid sensitive topics and sensitive SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
Communication is the week’s theme. You have a knack
TAURUS—April 21-May 22 now for making the most ordinary story come alive, but
This is a week for changes rather than new beginnings. you can also exaggerate - so don’t be surprised if some
Modify ideas and plans and re-design goals. You realize comments are not taken seriously.
now that recent diverse happenings have a common CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
You may feel restricted by an obligation that’s fallen on
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 your shoulders - and yours alone. Travel, buying and
selling is indicated for the weekend. This is a great time
Work and family obligations take up a large portion of to sell those unwanted items.
your time, and one invitation at least may have to be
turned down. Financial concerns ease after the weekend. AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
NO. 9064 CANCER—June 22-July 22 Up to date is the current phrase. If travelling, check that
ACROSS DOWN A feeling of confinement can make you a little moody your maps, GPS and directions are are the most recent.
1. Alas (13) 1. Risky (6) this week, but this weekend it’s all on with offbeat so- If preparing a report, make sure your information is
8. Boat (5) 2. Ruffle (5) topical. In romance, take the old fashioned approach.
9. Officer (7) 3. Abstain (7) cializing.
10. Seabird (6) 4. Press (4) PISCES—February 20-March 20
LEO—July 23-August 22
11. Swindle (6) 5. Cancel (5) You may be offered a major responsibility. It’s flatter-
12. Pig (5) 6. Serious (7) No matter how hard you try - and you are trying, it seems ing, but the job can be time consuming. Consult family
14. Declare (5) 7. Shouted (6) impossible to catch up. But take heart, all your clever members before accepting. A surprise guest may just drop
18. Roman numerals XI 13. Struggle (7) work will make the coming weeks more relaxing. in on the weekend..
(6) 15. Nonsense (7)
20. Mottle (6) 16. Zodiac sign (6) VIRGO—August 23-September 22
23. Butt in (7) 17. Rely (6) BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
24. Blockhead (5) 19. Fit out (5) Recruitment is the week’s theme. Either you join a vol- You are a natural entertainer and a natural teacher and
25. Callow (13) 21. Terror (5) unteer group or are volunteered for a job by a “friend.” there is only one thing you love more than performing -
22. Accessible (4 The invitations you issue will be taken more seriously the applause. The rest of the year ahead may emphasize
than you think. travel and a change of scenery.
ACROSS LIBRA—September 23-October 22
1. With which one walks when wearing a pedometer? Your ideas meet with opposition - but don’t toss them
(8,5). 8. One’s running second and goes slowly ahead out. Look for more receptive people. This may be the

(5). 9. Mean to have a card saying “Cars here” (7). 10. time for a rejuvenation programme.
Cold Stewed pears that taste sour (6). 11. Hard verse to
translate to English (6). 12. Food from the wild west and SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
the south (5). 14. Say, not in private (5). 18. A pause,
we’re told, or stop (6). 20. “Man and His Vagaries,” in a A long awaited reply finally comes in, and the news
foreign language (6). 23. In the dank, dark place, fresh
air is a luxury (7). 24. Trick with a dog Ed performed (5). NUMBER GAME
proves more interesting than it initially appears. A family
matter could be on your mind - it may be time to have a
25. Have a snack before providing a meal for someone serious discussion.
else? (4,2,3,4). ANSWER BELOW
DOWN SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
1. To soldiers, one would provide a threat (6). 2. “Sea
spray,” the work of a well-known Greek (5). 3. At sunset, Communication is the week’s theme. You have a knack
the sailors open it up (7). 4. See, yes, crawling quietly in now for making the most ordinary story come alive, but
(4). 5. In short, the rest having to change key (5). 6. you can also exaggerate - so don’t be surprised if some
Distinguished ten varieties, my own among them (7). 7. comments are not taken seriously.
Determined to scramble the odd egg (6). 13. Succeeds CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
in infiltrating a number into theirs, somehow (7). 15. Non-
sense! Take time and walk! (7). 16. Someone being You may feel restricted by an obligation that’s fallen on
cheeky in the china shop (6). 17. Warning that’s taken your shoulders - and yours alone. Travel, buying and
again to heart (6). 19. Found the opening (5). 21. Smart selling is indicated for the weekend. This is a great time
girl, going to a foreign country (5). 22. Went of port (4). to sell those unwanted items.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
21, In-Di-a. 22, Left. Up to date is the current phrase. If travelling, check that
es. 15, T-waddle . 16, Saucer. 17, Th-re-at. 19, Start. your maps, GPS and directions are are the most recent.
Across - 1, Contempt. 6, Bust. 8, Menu. 9, Prodigal. 10,
5, Ters-E. 6, E-mine-nt. 7, Dogged (anag.). 13, Thri-V- If preparing a report, make sure your information is
Harpy. 11, Sedate. 13, Bantam. 15, Revere. 17, Aghast.
Down - 1, Men-ace. 2, Aes-op. 3, Uns-crew. 4, Es-p-y. topical. In romance, take the old fashioned approach.
19, Nylon. 22, Disloyal. 23, Glib. 24, Ugly. 25, Tamarind.
25, Rise to the bait.
PISCES—February 20-March 20
Down - 2, Opera. 3, Trumpet. 4, Mope. 5, Trousers. 6,
(a rest). 20, Dan-ish. 23, Cav-iar-e. 24, Dodge (anag.).
Build. 7, Scatter. 12, Amethyst. 14, Angling. 16, Voyager.
C-apers. 11, Sever-E. 12, Stew-S. 14, State. 18, Arrest You may be offered a major responsibility. It’s flatter-
18, Allay. 20, Onion. 21, Glum.
Across - 1, Measured tread. 8, Nose-s. 9, Par-king. 10, ing, but the job can be time consuming. Consult family
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS members before accepting. A surprise guest may just drop
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS in on the weekend..
Across - 1,He-adla-MP. 6, Dabs. 8, P-rim. 9, I-nit-I-ate.
Gemini. 17, Depend. 19, Equip. 21, Panic. 22, Near.
10, C-hose. 11, Teller. 13, Ch-ill-I. 15, Ru-L-I-ng. 17, Trip-
6, Earnest. 7, Yelled. 13, Wrestle. 15, Twaddle. 16,
od. 19, S-ally. 22, For-sooth. 23, H-ew-s (rev.). 24, On-
Down - 1, Unsafe. 2, Frill. 3, Refrain. 4, Urge. 5, Annul.
You are a natural entertainer and a natural teacher and
C-e. 25, T-rea-sure.
Dapple. 23, Intrude. 24, Dunce. 25, Inexperienced.
there is only one thing you love more than performing -
Down - 2, E-Art-h. 3, Dam-osel. 4, A-c-id. 5, Pointers. 6,
mar. 11, Fleece. 12, Swine. 14, State. 18, Eleven. 20,
the applause. The rest of the year ahead may emphasize
Drill. 7, Bitter-N. 12, Finds out. 14, Harp-O-on. 16,
Across - 1, Unfortunately. 8, Skiff. 9, General. 10, Ful-
travel and a change of scenery.
Loathes (anag.). 18, Posse. 20, Lower. 21, T-H-ee.
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Sweet Seedless PRODUCT Crisp Victorian

Watermelon Cut OF Iceberg Lettuce

99 c $
1 $
1 $
49 79 99
Sweet Seedless
Watermelon Whole Champagne Ham

Fresh BAKED 6 Pack

Gummy Flake FRESH White Rolls


9 26 1
$ $
99 99 $ 99

Fresh Chicken
Fillets Skin On


5 EA

16 $
$ 99 39
Starburst Nanna’s SAVE
Peters Drumstick
4/6 Pack
Coca Cola
30 Pack x 375mL
Indulgent Collection
Minis 16 Pieces 1
$ 20

Jim Beam
White Label or
Canadian Club Gossips Wines
Whiskey 700mL 750mL

$ 89 $ 36 EA
$ 9

Carlton Draught Stubbies

or Cans 24 Pack x 375mL
$19 $ 8 $ 3


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