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Tuesday 15 January, 2019 Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Vol 13 No 2

Shortlist
excitement By Meg Kennedy

A local author is in the running for one of the most prestigious


literary awards in Australia.
Wayne Marshall, of Bacchus Marsh, has been shortlisted in the
2019 Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for his unpublished
manuscript, ‘Frontier Sport’.
Mr Marshall said it was an “incredible” feeling to be shortlisted
among some of Australia’s most prominent authors, which has
led to a significant interest from publishers and agents.
“It’s been such a roller-coaster of emotions since I first found out
about the shortlisting. It’s an experience I’ll never forget, that’s for
sure. And to be among such well-known and talented writers, it’s
a massive thrill,” he said.
Frontier Sport is a collection of ten stories.
“It is a range of what-if scenarios involving themes of Australiana,
which are taken to comedic and fabulist extremes...[for example],
in an alternate 1990s Melbourne, a sports theme park rises to
prominence,” Mr Marshall said.
“The key goal is the estrangement of the culture I’ve grown up
in, basically. To make it funny and magical and menacing and
absurd - all the things it was and is.”
Mr Marshall has been working on the collection for four years,
with stories published in Australian literary journals and
magazines such as Island, Going Down Singing, and Review of
Australian Fiction.
“Having stories published in these journals has given me
a massive boost in confidence and improved my writing
dramatically by working with editors,” he said.
A prominent member of the local literary scene, Mr Marshall is
a member of local writers’ group the Moorabool Writer’s Craft,
which he said has “helped [him] beyond words,” and commended
the Lerderderg Library, which he said has been “extremely
fortunate to have” in the community.
Mr Marshall noted the local literary events, including the
Moorabool Festival of Stories (which he co-founded) and the
annual Peter Carey Short Story Award, whose namesake remains
a huge influence on his writing.
“It’s a real thrill to be able to honour arguably the most famous
ex-Bacchus Marsh resident in the manner we are doing,” he said.
Mr Marshall’s advice to emerging writers in the local community
is simple: “read lots and write lots.”
“…When your work is ready, be brave and submit to the many
magazines and journals that publish stories. Also, the Peter Carey
Short Story Award in 2019 will for the first time be awarding a
prize for the best local entry. So be sure to enter,” he said.
Notable authors to previously take out the award include Jane
Harper ‘The Dry’ in 2015 and has been a guest judge at the Peter
Carey Short Story Awards in Moorabool.
The winners of the Victorian Premier’s Literary Award will be
announced on 31 January 2019.

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Stage-2 new streetscape


works commence
By Meg Kennedy

The makeover of Ballan’s town centre is now underway,


with new bench seats and car spaces the biggest additions to
Inglis St in the new year.
Commencing on Monday, 14 January, Stage-2 of Ballan’s
streetscape upgrade will see the south-side of Ballan -
between Cowie and Fisken Streets – continue the redesign
of Inglis St, which went under extensive upgrade works in
August last year.
The area will see the installation of 11 bench seats, nine new
parking spaces, five bins and three bicycle rails.
“In a growing community I am sure the nine extra car parks
will benefit both the traders and community,” said Mayor
Paul Tatchell.
“I would also like to acknowledge the business owners and
community members that gave up considerable time to assist
in the planning and design,” Cr Tatchell said.
Like previous works, the upgrade will include wider asphalt
footpaths; the replacement of hard surfaces and nature strips
with sawn bluestone paving; asphalt treatments; drainage
improvements; improvement to pedestrian safety, including
accessibility for road crossing points and disabled parking
bays; and the installation of electrical conduits and pits to
facilitate possible future conversion of overhead power to
underground.
Although the works will see three trees be removed from
the site, 15 trees will replace these.
Moorabool Shire Council says the removals “have been in
consultation with Council’s landscape consultants, and the
community reference group initially engaged during the
planning phase and council officers.”
The project is expected to cost $647,000 and construction
will be undertaken by Evergreen Civil Pty Ltd.
The streetscape works is expected to take six months to
complete, in a staged process to minimise disruption in the
area. From L-R - Project Director Jason Green, Mayor Paul Tatchell and Project Manager (Evergreen Civil) Dave Huxtable.

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Premix shaken
not stirred
By Meg Kennedy Following a panel discus-
sion by the ABAC, it was
A former Bacchus Marsh determined that since the
liquor store may have come franchise is not a signatory
under fire for encouraging to ABAC, it is therefore un-
excessive alcohol consump- der no obligation to comply
tion and appealing to young with rulings of the Code.
people - but the consequenc- Although the panel noted
es haven’t been anything that each of the Premix King
more than minor.
stores is required to be li-
Former alcohol retailer Pre- censed under Victorian law,
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(now The Liquor Co-Op) vised” to become a member Photo: Teeth On Wheels

Dentist is mobile
was one of the Premix King of and co-operate in ABAC
branches involved in a com- processes.
plaint from Cancer Council
Cancer Council Victoria
Victoria to the Alcohol Bev-
erages Advertising Codes head of Prevention Craig
By Meg Kennedy
(ABAC) scheme. Sinclair urged the State Gov-
ernment to step in to better
The complaint, made in Oc- It was all smiles at St Brigid’s Primary School recently, as
regulate alcohol advertising, students were treated to a mobile dentist visit in the weeks
tober 2018, stated that two
particularly social media ad- before finishing the school year.
Facebook posts by various
vertising, which is currently
Premix King branches - in- The ‘Teeth on Wheels’ initiative sees various dental vans
cluding the former Bacchus an unregulated space. travel to primary schools across the state, giving students
Marsh store - were “aggres- “ABAC has no power to access to free dental care.
sively promoting very cheap force the Premix King to pull The program includes a comprehensive oral examination,
prices…and strongly ap- the posts, nor prevent them removal of plaque and calculus, diagnostic x-rays,
pealing to minors through uploading similar, irrespon- preventative fluoride treatment and a dental care plan.
the use of language, capitals, sible posts in the future.” St Brigid’s PS Principal Gabrielle Driscoll said it was “a
exclamation marks, [and] Premix King Bacchus fabulous opportunity for families and students.”
emojis.” with the text “Let’s get ready The Facebook post was Marsh was recently sold “As we know dentist bills can get quite expensive, so this is
A Premix King Bacchus to the Independent Liquor a great way for students to make sure they get the dental care
for a BIG ONE!!”, and “10% later removed prior to the
Marsh Facebook post, dated Group and is now retailing they need,” she said.
from March 2018, included a abv per can so that’s 2 stand- complaint being received by as ‘The Liquor Co-Op’ since For more information on Teeth on Wheels, visit https://
video of a pack of drink cans ard drinks per can!!” ABAC. November 2018. teethonwheels.com.au.

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Lambasted
for speeding
By Caitlin Bewley
(2nd Yr Swinburne Uni)

A man’s attempt to keep his licence after exceeding the Photo - Lisa Comerford.
speed limit by over 30km/h saw him appear in the Bacchus

New loo just marvellous


Marsh Magistrates’ Court December 14, before Magistrate
Alan Spillane.
It was alleged that on May 11, 2018 Brett Lamb was caught
travelling 72km/h in a 40km/h zone.
Prosecutor Senior Constable Lisa Schoemaker told the court One-in-five people are liv- ternational Day of Disability have had to manage their Features of the Marveloo
the accused was travelling through a road works area where ing with a disability in Moor- - which included a talk with lives and social activities include an overhead ceiling
police were conducting stationary speed detection. abool, making up over 1,300 inspirational speaker and around whether suitable toi- hoist, height-adjustable adult
The court heard Lamb was intercepted and upon producing people in the community. author Emma Gee and a per- let facilities were available. change table, fully accessible
his licence, told police “the signs [had] blown over.” Over 80 people gathered in formance by the Mambourin “The theme for the day was toilet, access ramp, automat-
“It was a crazy morning,” the accused told Magistrate Bacchus Marsh last month Choir. ic door, heating and cooling
about empowering those
Spillane. to celebrate the launch of The event was attended by and an external sun shade.
with disabilities and ensur-
“I’m not familiar with the area and it was raining heavily,” Moorabool Shire’s new Moorabool Shire Council The Marveloo will have
ing inclusiveness and equal-
he said. Changing Places Marveloo, figures including Mayor Cr a permanent home at
ity. This was definitely on
an all-accessible toilet that Paul Tatchell, council staff, the Andy Arnold Centre
“What were you hoping to achieve coming here today?” display on the day,” said Cr
caters for people with high school students, health pro- in Young street Bacchus
Magistrate Spillane asked the accused. Paul Tatchell.
support needs, and their viders, disability providers Marsh, and can be hired out
“To keep my licence,” Lamb rebutted. carers. and community members “We were really pleased and transported to events
“I have no power whatsoever; it’s a mandatory loss of licence Moorabool Shire Council from all walks of life. with the attendance, with around Moorabool.
for one month,” Magistrate Spillane said. and La Trobe Community The launch was not neces- about 80 people there If you’re interested in hir-
“Is there anything you can do your Honour?” Lamb begged. Health-NDIS Division part- sarily just about a new toilet; throughout the day, making ing the Marveloo, contact
Lamb was convicted and fined $300, his licence was nered to organise the event, but rather what it will mean it a very successful event,” Moorabool Shire Council on
suspended for one month. held on 5 December - the In- for many families whom he said. 5366 7100.

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Works to improve safety on
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Elcho Road roundabout construction Works on the closed Geelong-bound
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Bacchus Marsh Rd. There will be site, to keep you and our workers safe.
local access only from the Patullos If you’re travelling through the area,
Road end. keep an eye out for changes to traffic
If you’re travelling between Geelong conditions, plan ahead and allow up
Bacchus Marsh Rd and Lara, you to 15 minutes extra travel time.
can seek alternative routes via We expect to complete stage one
Patullos Road or Ohallorans Road by mid-2019.
and Gibbons Road.
Thank you for your patience while
Geelong-Bacchus Marsh Road detour we complete these important safety
From Tuesday 8 January 2019, the upgrades.
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Race caller and author


By Meg Kennedy
Although the Spring Racing
Carnival may be over for 2018,
horse racing is a year-round gig
for a Ballan local race caller and
Saturday 19th January
92 Main Street Gordon author Adam Crettenden.
What began as a Year 11 Eng-
Sharyn Jury
FATHERS ’ DAY & lish project has turned into a
TheSEPTEMBER
SUNDAY 6TH Mellow Men 1:00—4:00 pm decades-long career for Mr Cret-
tenden, who currently works for
8pm startpub meals
No entry charge—Excellent Racing.com and can be seen, and
heard at local country race meets
Bookings 5368 9203 ( E ssential ) around the state.
“I grew up in Essendon and
Sunday 17th February lived between Moonee Valley
and Flemington [racecourses],
Gordon Social Club – and I wanted to do something
Barefoot Bowls at Ballan that was a bit different to most of
the other kids at school, so I did
Ph: 5368 9203 for details one project on horse racing, and
that was my introduction to the
industry,” Mr Crettenden said.
Mr Crettenden frequents the
Every Wednesday Night Ballarat, Warrnambool and
and 1st Sunday of month Ararat race days, and says that
country racing is a “good life-
Ukelele Practice style choice” compared to the Ballan local race caller and author Adam Crettenden. Photo Racing.com
big days of Melbourne racing. Cup. area with him and how he goes eighties.
“It’s not a regular office 9-5 job, I “I think [international horses] during the big days. He seemed “There’s a good story behind the
don’t think I’d go too well at that, to have a pretty good carnival.”
filled the top five spots. The first scenes with how the horse was
Every Thursday Night so going to a different place and
Australian horse was Youngstar, As well as race calling, another
seeing different people all the managed…it sort of makes good
Parma Night time and the spontaneity of call- which finished in 6th place, so passion for Mr Crettenden is content for a book I thought…so
they’re probably the two things writing. He’s published a biog-
Kids eat Free ing races, you don’t know what’s
that jump out straight away to raphy of legendary Melbourne
hopefully I’ll know within the
about to happen, I like that side next couple of months whether
*Conditions Apply of things,” he said. me,” he said. Cup winner Subzero and Sam
[Penguin] want to publish it.”
On his highlights for this year’s “Then of course you’ve got your Junior’s Day, a children’s book
connection with this area with based on the life of his family’s Subzero is available to pur-
Spring Racing Carnival, Mr
Crettenden says that Winx is the Darren Weir, and how he went border collie. He is currently chase on Booktopia, and Sam
92 Main Street, Gordon “obvious” choice, but also notes in the last couple of days in the pitching a new racing book on Junior’s Day at http://au.blurb.
5368 9203 the domination of international carnival there, so there’s obvi- Manikato, a sprinter that raced com/b/7467295-sam-junior-s-
horses at this year’s Melbourne ously a bit of interest around this in the late seventies to early day.

Monday-
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Loss of
Tuesday- $25
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Wednesday- double the
speed
Moorabool Mayor Paul Tatchell welcomes new citizens at the 2018 Australia
Day celebrations. Photo – Helen Tatchell

Come celebrate all things Aussie


$18.90
Pub Classics By Caitlin Bewley By Meg Kennedy Mr Ermer was born in Hungary and arrived
(2nd Yr Swinburne Uni) in Australia in 1950 becoming an Australian
Thursday- The Bacchus Marsh Magistrates’ court
heard multiple speeding offences on Friday
Moorabool Shire Council will welcome 11-
new citizens into the community this month
Citizen in 1954.
After a whirlwind journey of performing
$15 Burgers December 14, one being over double the
signed speed limit.
as part of the 2019 Australia Day celebrations.
The ceremony and celebrations will be held
his National Service in the RAAF at Laverton
selling electrical goods and becoming
Salvatore Fusca was allegedly travelling on Saturday, 26 January at the Public Hall in Holden’s top Victorian salesman, in 1976 he
Main Street, Bacchus Marsh.
Friday- 5pm-7pm 104km/h in a 50km/h zone along a
Maddingley road on August 14, 2018. An Australian citizenship affirmation
started Seattle Meats, becoming part of the
Australian meat industry for over 30 years.
ceremony will also be part of the celebrations
Happy Hour Prosecutor Senior Constable
Schoemaker told the court police were
Lisa
at Bacchus Marsh, allowing all Australians
Cr Tatchell said Mr Ermer would play an
important role in local celebrations.
conducting stationary speed detection to congratulate and welcome new citizens. “This year we are proud to welcome Mr
tests when the accused was subsequently 2019 marks 70 years since Australian Ermer to be part of the community on
Sunday- intercepted. citizenship was first introduced into law, a this special occasion, which recognises
When providing his licence to police, the milestone that Mayor Paul Tatchell says is us as Australians and part of a wonderful
$19.90 Roast accused allegedly said that he “[does] that important to celebrate. community and nation,” he said.
speed all the time [along the Maddingley “Citizenship is the common bond uniting The celebrations will also recognise
road].” all Australians, whether you are a citizen by Moorabool’s Citizen of the Year, Youth
200 Main Street, “You’ve really hit the jackpot this time,” birth or by choice,” said Cr Tatchell. Citizen and Community event of the Year,
Magistrate Spillane said. A Victorian hospitality and food identity which are yet to be officially announced.
Bacchus Marsh “It’s a terrible error, you’ll be off the road for will also visit Bacchus Marsh on Australia For more information regarding Australia
Phone 5367 6601 12-months.” Day, with George Ermer to be part of Day activities in Moorabool Shire Council,
www.eatdrinkroyal.com Fusca was convicted and fined $500, his the celebrations as the Australia Day please visit https://www.moorabool.vic.gov.
licence was also suspended for 12-months. Ambassador. au.
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Dear Editor, have been better spent in the Ballan upgrade. Dear Editor, meeting of Council on 6 February 2019.
In reference to Helen Tatchell’s recent biased As climate change wreaks havoc with our We are very disappointed by the story The campaign, media exposure and the
and aggressive article ‘Gordon residents pull environment, we as individuals and com- “Gordon residents pull media stunt to get community meetings have got the town
media stunt to get attention’ (MN 8/1/19), I munities should be doing all we can to help attention” (MN, 8 January 2019). talking about what we want for the future.
would like to state that it was not a stunt at counter balance this. It is to our own benefit You made no attempt to contact any of the We will build on the energy and commitment
all. It was arranged to draw attention to the in the end. Population growth and the de- organisers of the We love Gordon campaign
lack of consultation with residents and busi- struction of native animals’ habitats should of the people of Gordon to plan how we can
for comment. Nor did you make mention of
ness owners concerned about the future of be of concern to everyone. Let’s be a progres- work with Council to ensure that there is
the petition signed by more than 190 residents
our town and council’s plans to change the sive community and consider all creatures appropriate development in our town.
calling on Council to defer the proposed
look and feel of the Main Street. Council by planting native plants and trees. It’s not $350,000 Gordon Main Street upgrade works. Stephen Derrick
have not provided the correct information. rocket science. The petition will be considered by the next Gordon
Council website has plans showing the re- Also, I would like to ask Helen Tatchell are
moval of trees. her Facebook comments (‘blow-ins have not
Helen Tatchell claims a common catch cry
was ‘we don’t want to be another Ballan or
done their homework’) and news article
made as an independent reporter, as the
Facebook feedback
Bacchus Marsh’. Yes Helen, it’s true. Most wife of the Mayor, as an outsider making un-
people in Gordon do not like the plain, un- asked for comments, or as a troll?
imaginative and frankly, boring street scape Maureen Leverett
of those towns. I for one feel the money could Gordon

Pykes still up the creek


By Meg Kennedy

You may want to think twice about heading down to Pykes Creek on Australia Day, as the
E. coli-affected reservoir will remain closed until further notice.
Southern Rural Water told the Moorabool News in a statement that Pykes Creek Reservoir
will remain temporarily closed for recreational water activities until further notice, due to
elevated levels of E. coli still present in samples taken last week.
A spokesperson from South Rural Water was unable to confirm if the reservoir would be
open in time for Australia Day. “Gordon residents pull media stunt to get attention” (MN 8 Jan)
“Public safety is a priority, and the reservoir will remain closed until the water quality has Helen Tatchell quoting Cr Pat Toohey when you and Mayor Paul Tatchell know that he has not
been declared safe within recreation guideline limits,” read the statement. engaged with any of the community thinking in Gordon shows a lack of being independent
Southern Rural Water also said the company is still determining if the E. coli is an and lack of willingness to be critical of Council and Councillors. Should the Moorabool News
environmentally occurring strain, and that Western Water has assured drinking water be more than just the voice of Council? And in that context - of course the community seek
sourced from the reservoir is safe for customers in the Myrniong area. media coverage beyond this sort of local offering.
The Moorabool News will continue to provide updates on the status of Pykes Creek in the - Sal Gordon Bleu (Scott Graham)
coming days. Thank you for this article. I passed through Gordon on the weekend and thought the
Find us on Facebook and www.themooraboolnews.com.au town had started a loud fence ribbon site recognising victims of child sexual abuse.... I was
impressed thinking how compassionate the residents of this town were. After reading some
of these comments now I’m just shocked.
- Erin Snowden
Facebook feedback Wow that is a very biased and heavy handed article. I suspect whom ever wrote it really
dislikes Gordon residents or has an interest in council. I for one looked at the original plans
and was a bit put out about the number of trees stated to be removed. Insinuating that
Gordon residents had somehow pulled this idea out of thin air to gain media attention is
disingenuous. I always thought it was the media’s job to present an unbiased and factual
account of issues.
- Tracey Quinn
I don’t know how residents misinterpreted the big red crosses labelled ‘existing trees to be
removed’ as being the removal of trees. Crazy!
- Matt Swards
The issue here is the lack of community consultation / awareness. I don’t know who is the
PR person for the council but it is apparent that they need to do more to make the community
aware of what the council is doing.
- Scott Klauber
Good on you The Moorabool News for reporting it like it is and good on Moorabool Council
for updating our little village. And seriously, someone take the #@&*%$ ribbons down,
they›re a disgrace.
- Liz McMahon
Sort this circus out!
- David O’Hanlon
Yeah people pushing their own agendas as always. - Stuart Miller
The current works have been in train for some time due to safety and drainage issues at the
intersection; the first consultation was held 21st Nov 2017 and the 23rd November 2017; the
second session was held 26th March and 28th March 2018; the intersection upgrade was then
put out on the “Have your Say” section of the MSC Website and advertised in the paper for
a number of weeks. There was a follow up meeting held 9th April to show the results of the
feedback from the physical sessions and the online feedback. Council held a Rural planning
meeting in November 2018 where people were invited to speak to the item………… A letter
“E.coli detected in Pykes” (MN 8 January) was sent to the concerned group on the 12th December explaining the above, and confirming
Good to see our Fishing License , Boat License, rates, taxes and fees go toward adequate that the trees in the main street were not funded or planned to be removed. 
signage??!! Did the local Kinda draw these up??
- Paul Tatchell
- Tonino Bucolo
True to form Moorabool News, via the Mayor’s wife, writes Council’s media release
Tonino Bucolo I think you’ll find SRW does not receive funding from any of those sources. - use abusive language about community members and poses no critique of Council’s
- Janet Granger-Wilcox inadequacies…….. Whatever was said at the sessions last week should arrive at any
reasonable assessment that true engagement is required. No-one is on board with Council’s
Janet Granger-Wilcox thanks, point taken. Considering SRW is owned by the State Govern- agenda because Council have failed to keep us involved…… Cr Tatchell ... any self respecting
ment , I would only presume that the funding from sources I mentioned above somehow Councillor should question that the Mayor’s wife sets the council’s media releases that call
filter their way into the $28mil annual funding that SRW receive . I would also presume that community liars and amplifies them as editor/owner of local newspaper and offers no critique
amongst the $1.23 BILLION worth of assets that SRW own they would be able to accom- of Council’s processes…… interrogate council processes Moorabool News/Mayor and offer
modate better signage rather than the pathetic sign drawn by a 3 year old. The current E.coli fair and full assessment and not just stirring and obliterating community and stakeholder
levels are a health threat. So there’s sharks at the beach is this what we should do........ concerns. Your newspaper’s integrity in question.
- Tonino Bucolo - Sal Gordon Bleu (Scott Graham)
News
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Court in action Saleyards venture


into new era
By Caitlin Bewley
(2nd Yr Swinburne Uni)

A Bacchus Marsh
man attended the local
By Meg Kennedy
Magistrates’ court on Friday
December 14 in hope of It’s the end of an era for lo-
regaining his licence. cal Ballan Elders stock agent
Ashley Palmer appeared Bernie Shanahan, following
before Magistrate Alan the closure of the Ballarat
Spillane in an attempt to be Saleyards in October.
relicensed after failing an Mr Shanahan says the feel-
oral fluid test. ing was “surreal when it
Magistrate Spillane asked finally happened,” after the
the accused why he failed an long-gestating process of
oral fluid test, to which the accused replied it was because he had been “smoking ice.” building the new Central
“How did you come to be so stupid,” Magistrate Spillane asked Palmer. Victoria Livestock Exchange
“I was around the wrong people,” Palmer replied. complex.
Magistrate Spillane granted the accused’s application to be relicensed and enforced an “It was business as usual
interlock condition to his licence for six months. [on the day], but there were
mixed feelings when it was

POLICE ROUNDS
all over,” he said.
The new $30 million sa-
leyards are now based at
Miners Rest, which officially
opened last month after
Eyewatch – Moorabool Police Service Area 16-years of development.
The mammoth privately Bernie Shanahan with daughter Georgia on the last day of
Impounded trading in 2018 at the Ballarat Saleyards. Photo - submitted
owned facility, includes
Last Tuesday 8 January at softer floors and extensive “The location is perfect, million sheep and 70,000 cat-
around 6pm police seized parking facilities, making particularly the drafting and tle annually, coming from a
a motorcycle in Simmons the venue the largest in Vic- penning facilities, and not 250-kilometre radius of the
toria for selling multispecies only for the animals but it is
Drive, Bacchus Marsh. A site.
livestock. good for the people to work
27-year old male rider will As for the benefits for the
Mr Shanahan says the at too,” he said, noting the
be summoned to court at a new facilities have “more uneven cobblestone bricks at Moorabool area, Mr Shana-
benefits”, but also notes “it the Ballarat facility. han says the new venue
later date for various charges
definitely has its teething The saleyards will be a is “definitely great for the
including unlicensed and Greater Ballarat region,
problems” in the follow- prime source for livestock
unregistered. He will also ing month since its official trading, with The Courier we’re very lucky to have
face an impound fee of $1180. opening. reporting an estimated 1.6 these kinds of facilities.”

Moorabool Shire Council


COUNCIL MEETING EXPRESSION OF INTEREST: POSITIVE AGEING ADVISORY COMMITTEE
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Wednesday 6 February 2019, at Want to make a difference?
6.00pm, in the Council Chambers, 5 Stead St, Ballan. Council is looking for Expressions of Interest from older local residents to form a Positive
Members of the public are welcome to attend. Ageing Advisory Committee.
The Committee will:
CELEBRATE AUSTRALIA DAY 2019 • Provide an opportunity for informed discussion on issues impacting upon older members;
WITH MOORABOOL SHIRE COUNCIL! • Increase community awareness of the needs of older members of the community;
Moorabool Shire Council welcomes you to join in the Shire’s official Australia Day Celebrations • Review and make recommendations for the Age Well, Live Well and Access and Inclusion Strategy.
commencing at 8.00am, Saturday 26 January at the Public Hall, Main Street, Bacchus Marsh. The terms of reference and an expression of interest nomination form are available on our website:
Council is proud to have the assistance of local service clubs who will assist on the day. https://www.moorabool.vic.gov.au/residents/family-services/active-ageing-
The festivities will include the following: and-community-access/community-involvement
• Community BBQ Breakfast If this sounds like something you would like to be involved in, we’d love to hear from you!
• Musical Entertainment Expressions of Interest will be accepted up until 20 January 2019.
• Town Crier Please contact the Manager Active Ageing and Community Access on 5366 7100 for more
• Australia Day Ambassador information.
• Flag Raising
• Citizen of the Year Award Presentation HAVE YOUR SAY - Need help at home?
• Young Citizen of the Year Award Presentation DRAFT EGANS RESERVE
Do you find it difficult
• Community Event of the Year Award Presentation (GREENDALE) MASTER PLAN to manage everyday
tasks due to
• Australian Citizenship Ceremony Moorabool Shire Council in partnership physical/mental
health issues?
Come and Join in the Fun! with the Greendale Reserves Committee
of Management invites the community to Aged under 65 years
and not eligible for
EMPLOYMENT ‘Have Your Say’ and provide feedback on NDIS?
You may be eligible
Council invites applications for the existing vacancy: the Draft Egans Reserve Master Plan. for home assistance
services such as
Occasional Care Educator - Part Time (3 days per week) To view the draft master plan and provide below.
- Applications close on Friday 18 January 2019 a submission, please visit Council’s online Occupational Therapy;
All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au. engagement portal ‘Have Your Say’: Social Support
https://www.moorabool.vic.gov. Groups;

TENDER au/consultations Assistance with


showering, dressing,
Moorabool Shire Council invites tenders for the following contracts: Submissions close 5:00pm on or meal preparation;

Tender Number Tender Description Wednesday 13 February 2019. Respite care at home;

C22-2018/2019 Werribee Vale Rd, Maddingley - Pavement Widening For enquiries please contact Council’s Basic home care;
Community & Recreation Development Assistance with
C33-2018/2019 Darley Park Oval Lighting Upgrade team on 5366 7100. For eligibility please call
Moorabool Shire intake
shopping
worker on 5366 1219.
Tender documents and full details of this notice will be available on Saturday 12 January 2019
at www.tenderlink.com/moorabool Moorabool Shire Council receives a capped amount of funding from the
State Government to provide these services

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

The Pottery Group


ADULT EDUCATION Tuesday and Saturday 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall
MARKETS
Ballan & District Community House (next to Tennis Courts), Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome. Ballan Lions Club Market
For class enrolment information, venue hire and costs; please Enquiries to Maureen 0447173031. Next market – Saturday 2 February 2019.
call 5368 1934 or email info@bchvic.org.au First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm.
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne).
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre
Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial
Short courses and classes. 33-35 Jonathan Drive, Darley. BM & Darley Market
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535.
Saturday 19th January, 8am - 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. Bacchus Marsh Playgroup month at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College (Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg 145 (Alan).
Courses and classes. 229 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh. Street, Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm &
Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061. 3pm. Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066. CHURCH
U3A Bacchus Marsh Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
Active seniors social learning, for daily activities contact Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, Service Times: St John’s Ballan 10:30am every Sunday.
5367 5341 or visit our website - www.u3abacchus.org.au 229 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after St Mark’s in the Gordon Pub 2nd & 4th Sundays – 5pm.
each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. Enq to Rev’d Glen Wesley - 5368 2730.
MEETINGS Ballan Playgroup Ballan Uniting Church
BacchChat @ Lerderderg Library Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church (St Paul’s) - Services 11.15am every Sunday.
1st Saturday of the Month,10am-12 noon.Various topics of Hall - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 B3 Community
interest presented. Enquiries – 5366 7100 or www.moorabool. Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services
905 558 Tamsin. 
vic.gov.au/libraries every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St,
Ballan Anglers Inc
CWA - The Marshians Night Branch Bacchus Marsh Bacchus Marsh.
Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel,
Meet first Tuesday of month - The Hub, Wittick St, Darley, Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome –
7pm.  Enquiries - Gay Hooper 0413 350 012. Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St,
0400 003 936.
Ballan & District CWA Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
Branch meetings – 2nd Thursday each month. RSL Hall, Bacchus Marsh CWA Day Branch Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Inglis St, Ballan, 7.30pm. All welcome - enquiries to 0407 992 Meets 2nd Thursday of each month at 10am at the Darley Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
767 or email ballandistrictcwa@gmail.com Hub, Wittick Street, Darley. Enquiries: 5368 7273. Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Ballan District Vintage Machinery & Vehicle Club Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
Meetings - second Monday each month, 8pm. Tom Mullane Working bees every 3rd Sunday of each month. All welcome. Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 9am and 5pm;
Pavilion, Ballan Racecourse Reserve. Enquiries – Brian 5368 Enquiries - 0400 052 857. Balliang - 2nd Sunday 11am, 4th Sunday 9am; Myrniong – 1st
2255 or Ray 5368 1177. Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Church of the Living God
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member Enquiries - 1300 660 068. Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St,
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics
Jean Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month
Enq- Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036. Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh.
Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
Enq - 0421 222 717.
Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh)
Non-denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. KYB Monday evenings 6pm (0429 681 566.) Ladies KYB
Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, Wednesday 1pm (5367 6834).
Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705.
Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
Moorabool St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.
Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
rint Centre
print • copy • scan • design
• Brochures • Graphic Design
• Newsletters • Photocopying
• Booklets A4 & A5 • Colour
• Posters • Black & White
• Invitations

15 Haddon Drive, Ballan


Phone: 5368 1966
E: news@themooraboolnews.com.au
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High Quality Living! Rental


housing
limited
INTRODUCING OUR NEW OFFICE! further
YPA Bacchus Marsh A vacancy rate of at least
three per cent is required
for a healthy rental market:
where there is enough va-
cant housing supply to meet

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demand.
Regional Victoria’s rental
10 Fairbank Way, Maddingley vacancy rate is lowest in
$529,000 - $559,000 Bendigo, Loddon, Ballarat
and Central Highlands at
This exciting piece of modern day architecture, positioned
in the highly sought-after seclusion of the desired Stonehill 0.7 per cent at 30 November
Estate, completed to the definition of ‘Turn Key’ with 2018, compared with 1.0 per
luxury inclusions and upgrades, this property is a must see GIL KING cent and 1.9 per cent respec-
due to the detail and quality throughout. This wonderful tively in November 2017.
home comprises of 3 bedrooms all with built in robes,
CEO, REIV Vacancy rates are also sit-
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feature master bedroom equipped with full walk in robe
and ensuite finished with deluxe builders upgrades such
Rental vacancy rates are a
clear matter of supply and
ting well below the Victorian
rate in Wodonga and Ovens
as oversized shower and tiled shower base, floor to ceiling Murray at 1.2 per cent, La-
tiles, stone bench vanity, plantation window furnishing as demand: Victoria needs a
secure pipeline of rental trobe Valley, South and West
well as inbuilt wall niche in the shower. The well designed
housing stock to accommo- Gippsland at 1.3 per cent and
open modern kitchen with walk in robe and family/meals
area seamlessly allows the natural light to flow through date the increasing number East Gippsland and Welling-
all living quarters, the additional formal lounge allows of renters. ton Shire at 1.5 per cent.
more than sufficient space for the potential of a designated Population growth is also Shepparton and Goulburn,
second living, rumpus, kids, or theatre room. a significant issue, as is in- Warrnambool and the West-
creases in transient worker ern District and Mildura
populations on large infra- and the Mallee all have a
structure projects, particu- vacancy rate of 1.6 per cent
larly in Regional Victoria. with the biggest drop from
Investors are retreating from 12 months recorded in Mil-
the market with finance dura and the Mallee which
restrictions, regulatory un- had a rate of 4.2 per cent in
certainty and tax imposts all November 2017.
major factors. The Wimmera has a vacan-
Regional Victoria’s rental cy rate of 1.9 per cent while
vacancy rate is sitting at its
Geelong and the Barwon
lowest level since the Real
Region have the highest va-
Estate Institute of Victoria
cancy rate in Regional Victo-
began collecting this data,
ria at 2.0 per cent.
at 1.3 per cent as at 30 No-
vember 2018 which means The REIV will continue to
that for every 1000 rental advocate for an easing of
properties, only 13 of them the property tax burden to
are available. The figure has incentivise investment in
Thinking of Selling? Call Vickie Ramon 0403 194 621 or Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082
continued to drop from 2.1 housing, in particular in-
per cent in November 2017. vestment in rental stock.
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FOR SALE 22a Higgins Court, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 10 Vance Close, Bacchus Marsh
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Master bedroom with WIR & ENS, remaining 2 bedrooms have double comfortable living spaces. Kitchen is the heart of the home with a WIP,
BIRs. Central family bathroom, separate laundry & double garage. Ducted an amazing black Belling cooker & stone bench tops. Central heating,
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INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
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WEB
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Quality built Shane Cook Home on elevated 1,000sqm, bright, spacious Its an old saying but it is never more relevant. In a quiet court location
only 7 years young. Spacious master bedroom with WIR & quality ensuite, within walking distance to the Village and Main Street, BMPS, and short
internal access to the double garage & study/theatre room. Formal living drive to Railway Station. Welcoming entrance hall leads to the formal
room gas log fire & open plan, kitchen, meals, family area that flows to lounge. The tidy kitchen has an adjoining meals area and overlooks the
undercover entertaining area & enjoys views into the distance. private rear garden. The 3 bedrooms are all of good size with BIRs and
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This unique property is situated in a prime location within a couple of Very well maintained & presented solid brick home located on the
minutes walk to the Main St & all town amenities. Constructed from Avenue of Honor. 2 bedrooms plus 3rd bedroom/study, comfortable
local sandstone & has many appealing features. Comprising of 3 loungeroom with gas heater, spacious kitchen with electric cooking,
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms & a generous lounge, dinning & kitchen area. excellent family room/2nd living area with wall a/c, updated bathroom
Heating & cooling & also fitted with solar panels. 2 driveways, carport & with walk in shower, separate toilet & laundry & sunroom on the back.
attached workshop, and a single garage. 791m2 land with side access to a large 6m X 9m galvanised garage.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $580,000-$630,000 FOR SALE $499,000-$529,000
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FOR SALE 2/10 Lord Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 39 George Street, Bacchus Marsh
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January,
Interesting tidbits reach your ears by the weekend - but
they are strictly confidential. There may be partying
through the week with prospects of meeting enterprising
companions.

Stars & Puzzles LEO—July 23-August 22


High strung types can make you a little tense. Look for
quiet retreats whenever possible. An overdue payment
may arrive by the weekend.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
This could be a financially impressive week, but take the
initiative more often. Doubts over a strained friendship
QUICK PUZZLE
★★★★★★★★ ✯✯✯✯✯✯
start to diminish. Hobbies begun now could have personal
and/or professional benefits.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
Think again before discarding or selling anything,
★★★★★★★★ because you are super eager to sweep everything clean
now.You may have to salvage a friend’s injured
relationship. You are diplomacy personified.

ARIES—March 21-April 20 SCORPIO—October 23-November 21


Romantically this is a mellow period. Make sure you This will be a sharing week in which it’s best to pool
don’t give in too much. Standing up for your rights should ideas and opt for cooperation efforts. There may be some
be a habit. Travel plans may require postponement or tension with older relatives. It may be wise to stay in the
adjustment. background on the weekend.

TAURUS—April 21-May 22 SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22


You may find an all new travel companion this week. You are somewhat guilible, so be super alert to con art-
Health requirements should not be taken for granted. ists in your midst. The best ideas may be met with cool
Speaking out for the right of the underdog is your reserve - continue to refine them and promote them with
strength. imagination.
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
The week may find you making the most exciting deci- This week highlights travel and making new friends. In
sion of many months. You are in the limelight on the love and friendship, trust is the keyword. In money mat-
weekend, and added pressure is a definite possibility from ters, recent tactics may not be so successful right now.
Monday onward.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
NO. 9084 CANCER—June 22-July 22
The home environment proves a source of warmth for
ACROSS DOWN Interesting tidbits reach your ears by the weekend - but friends and strangers alike. Social presssures are light-
6. Manage (11) 1. Single woman (8) they are strictly confidential. There may be partying ened up and it’s suddenly easier to go about as usual.
through the week with prospects of meeting enterprising
7. Ache (4) 2. Support (6) companions. PISCES—February 20-March 20
8. Send (8) 3. Unbroken (6)
9. Grab (6) 4. Sediment (4) LEO—July 23-August 22 The time is right for major creative expression. An
absentminded trend emerges by the weekend. Be espe-
10. Objective (6) 5. Esteem (6) High strung types can make you a little tense. Look for cially careful when working with numbers. You are spend-
12. Starry (6) 6. Mark (5) quiet retreats whenever possible. An overdue payment ing more time with lovesick friends.
15. Title (6) 11. Garment (8) may arrive by the weekend.
17. Dangerous (8) 13. Extend (6) BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
19. Earth (4) 14. Insect (6) VIRGO—August 23-September 22 Your sense of loyalty is unquestionable. Your intuitive
20. Murder (11) 15. Wan (6) This could be a financially impressive week, but take the strengths are powerful. Tact, however, is not your strong
16. Desire (5) initiative more often. Doubts over a strained friendship point. The next three months can be unusually produc-
18. Job (4) start to diminish. Hobbies begun now could have personal tive both personally and professionally. Romance de-
and/or professional benefits. mands a down to earth approach.
CRYPTIC PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22
ACROSS Think again before discarding or selling anything,
6. Are afraid of and duck when the ship appears (11). 7. because you are super eager to sweep everything clean

SUDOKU
Short note about a job? (4). 8. Abuse on the hospital now.You may have to salvage a friend’s injured
outing? (3-5). 9. How the girl on the ship takes exer- relationship. You are diplomacy personified.
cise? (6). 10. Prefer to have diffused heat in the car (6).
12. A light “Child, it’s fattening” (6). 15. Am I right to en- SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
ter your age? (6). 17. He talks quietly to the snake (8).
19. Complaint with which you don’t have a high tem- NUMBER GAME
This will be a sharing week in which it’s best to pool
ideas and opt for cooperation efforts. There may be some
perature? (4). 20. Arrrive once more and you usher up tension with older relatives. It may be wise to stay in the
aloft as before (4,2,5). background on the weekend.
ANSWER BELOW
DOWN
1. Watch the parrot? (8). 2. The password does, one SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
concedes (6). 3. He may get a cap or a hat! (6). 4. I shot You are somewhat guilible, so be super alert to con art-
right by him (4). 5. Attack a fellow and the rest rally round ists in your midst. The best ideas may be met with cool
(6). 6. The daughter gets ice for the refreshment (5). 11. reserve - continue to refine them and promote them with
Formal wear for the detective who’s shadowing some- imagination.
one? (4,4). 13. Nonsense! There’s an aitch in “whip”! CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
(6). 14. Support in the robbery (4-2). 15. Something black
This week highlights travel and making new friends. In
and brown bought at the draper’s (6). 16. It enables a love and friendship, trust is the keyword. In money mat-
bird to be rapacious, thanks to man (5). 18. Believed ters, recent tactics may not be so successful right now.
captured (4).
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19

SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9083


up. 15, Tar-tan. 16, Ta-Lon. 18, Took.
The home environment proves a source of warmth for
friends and strangers alike. Social presssures are light-
QUICK SOLUTIONS
Str-a-F-e. 6, D-rink. 11, Tail coat. 13, T-H-rash. 14, Hold- ened up and it’s suddenly easier to go about as usual.
Across - 6, Franciscan. 8, Anna. 9, Toil. 10, Break. 11, PISCES—February 20-March 20
Down - 1, Repeater. 2, Admits. 3, Bowler. 4, I-go-R. 5,
Eire. 12, Prostrate. 16, Earthworm. 20, Alas. 22, Wagon.
19, Cold. 20, Show up again.
The time is right for major creative expression. An
23, Dank. 24, Bali. 25, Permission. absentminded trend emerges by the weekend. Be espe-
S. 10, R-athe-R. 12, Star-ch. 15, Th-I-rt-y. 17, P-rattler.
Down - 1, Ardour. 2, English. 3, Timber. 4, Accent. 5, cially careful when working with numbers. You are spend-
Across - 6, Dread-nought. 7, Line. 8, Ill-treat. 9, S-Kate-
Snake. 7, Snare. 13, Air. 14, Swedish. 15, Bleat. 17,
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS ing more time with lovesick friends.
Angora. 18, Tennis. 19, Random. 21, Swipe.
BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
Pallid. 16, Crave. 18, Task.
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS Your sense of loyalty is unquestionable. Your intuitive
mire. 6, Stain. 11, Raincoat. 13, Spread. 14, Locust. 15,
Across - 6, Tonic water. 8, Exit. 9, Last. 10, Vials (anag.).
Down - 1, Spinster. 2, Crutch. 3, Intact. 4, Lees. 5, Ad- strengths are powerful. Tact, however, is not your strong
11, Sign. 12, Sack-clot-h. 16, Mode-rated. 20, Flag. 22,
20, Assassinate. point. The next three months can be unusually produc-
Rains (reigns). 23, Trip. 24, Io-TA. 25, Slave dance.
10, Target. 12, Astral. 15, Prince. 17, Critical. 19, Clay. tive both personally and professionally. Romance de-
mands a down to earth approach.
Down - 1, Sonat-a. 2, Mis-take. 3, S-W-ivel (rev.). 4,
Across - 6, Superintend. 7, Pain. 8, Transmit. 9, Snatch.
Stra-it. 5, Press. 7, Rings. 13, Odd. 14, Partial. 15, Sloop
QUICK SOLUTIONS
(rev.). 17, Or-I-gan. 18, E-as-ter. 19, (Gre)E-vin-ce. 21,
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9084
Grass.
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Tabcorp Park Friday 11 January

Reunited 35-years on
Darley Under 17 Premiers 1983. (Below) at their 35 year reunion.

Friday 11 January, Tabcorp Park Melton Race 3, Winner: Rocknroll Noah (4). Trainer: Keith
By Robert Clarke Cotchin. Driver: Greg Sugars. Photo: Stuart McCormick HRV.

In 1983, the Darley Under 17 football team won the Central Highlands League Grand Final.
Coached by Tommy Edwards, they went through the entire season undefeated winning
most games by six goals. When it came to playing in the grand final, Tommy’s message was
simple.
“Just go out and play footy the only way we know how.”
But things didn’t exactly go to plan; they were losing by nine points with ten minutes to go
in the final quarter, and the pressure was on.
The boys ended up kicking five goals in eight minutes to win the game.
Following the win, most of the team never played football together again. Some of them
hadn’t seen each other for over three decades, so it was time to organise a reunion.
The night was organised by Sheldon Kirwan, who took on the huge job of contacting
everyone and opened his house to hold the reunion, where a great night took place.
A few team mates made the huge effort of traveling from interstate and out of the entire team
only three couldn’t make it due to other commitments. The night and day after consisted of
reliving the grand final, telling stories about funny moments that happened throughout the
season.
At the end of the night Tommy said that when he took on the coaching job, he never thought
in his wildest dreams he would be sitting around having a beer with the team 35 years later.
As the reunion drew to a close, everyone agreed that 35 years was too long, and they won’t
be waiting that long until their next one.
Friday 11 January, Tabcorp Park Melton Race 9 Hero Claiming Pace, Winner: Im Lonely
(3). Trainer: Glenn Douglas. Driver: Glen Douglas. Photo: Stuart McCormick HRV.

Ballan Golf Club


Results - Week ending Saturday 12 January
Wednesday– Men’s & Ladies
Winner - Barry Sims (14) 41 points,
R/up - Barry Lenaghan (18) 38 points.
Magpie -14th Aggy Germon.
NTPs - 12th Aggy Germon, 15th David Blythe.
Saturday Stroke – 2 Person Pinehurst. 
Winners - Pete Clifford & Andrew Carton 71-24-47.
Runners Up - Jimmy Walsh & John Fitzgerald 73-23.5-49.5.
Third - Vic Buttigieg & Greg McAloon 77-24.5-52.5.
NTPs: 2nd Rick Roden, 7th Peter Di Fiore, 12th Michael Di Fiore, 15th Anthony Moore.

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Lions
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with narrow
loss
Darley Cricket Club
Neville Smith appears not too happy after putting down
By Todd Whelan another close bowl. Photo - submitted
It was ground hog day for the Ballan Bowling Club
Lions in many respects as BCA
First Grade action returned to Saturday was the perfect day for bowls with Division 3
the fore with a stand-alone 50 playing host to The Avenue from Bacchus Marsh, and after
over fixture at the weekend. a fairly close game all day it was Ballan that came out on top
Darley spent more time in with all 4 rinks winning by a combined 34 shots. 
front of the game than they Best winning rink was Cameron, Birch, McConnell and the
did behind but a combination skip O’Connell by 24 shots.
of erratic bowling late and
a disappointing middle order return with the bat, saw the
Lions fall short on the road to Buninyong by 12 runs.
After losing the toss and being sent into the field the Lions
Devils lose Division 7 had to travel away to Invermay for another
important game in their season and after a great battle all
day, were able to come away with a win by 26 shots.
Best winning rink was Burgin, Gathercole, Hodge and the

Delahey
started with a bang to have the hosts on the ropes at 5/38. skip was McNaughton. A great team effort that will hopefully
Buninyong’s top five were all in the pavilion out for 2, 6, 0,14 continue on the road up the ladder.
and 0 respectively with momentum well and truly with the Reminder, the club is open on Tuesday and Thursday nights
travelling party. By Todd Whelan for practice or cool refreshments in air-conditioned comfort.
But a middle and lower order fightback would see Buninyong
amass an impressive 226 from their 50 overs. The Darley Football Club has suffered its first setback ahead
Darley playing coach Mike Alexander thought they were of its 2019 centurion year with wantaway Premiership player
chasing an extra 20-30 runs than they should have been. Luke Delahey (pictured above left), set to join Diggers Rest in
the Riddell District Football League.
“Too many extras and poor bowling at times really cost us,”
he said. The dashing half back played 80-games for the Devils over
five seasons and was instrumental in Darley’s 2017 flag win
In reply, West Indian import Danza Hyatt and Lachie
over town rivals Bacchus Marsh.
Herring put on 70 for the first wicket before Herring was
The 22-year old’s familiar speed and running bounces out
tragically run out for 18. The openers’ dismissal would be
of defence will be tough to replace but the Club has accepted
the first of three run outs that followed for the Lions giving
the request to move and has wished him all the best.
Coach Alexander more reason to be pulling his hair out.
Darley will be missing up to eight players from their 2017
“We started really well with the bat but again (we) continued
Premiership win when they meet Sunbury at home in the
to lose consistent wickets,” Alexander said.
season opener on April 13.
“After being in a very strong position, we let another one
The Devils’ Round One encounter will coincide with the
slip.”
club’s 30-year flag anniversary win over the Lions back in
Hyatt was the star with the bat. His run a ball 96 that the glory days of the Riddell District Football League.
included eight fours and five sixes almost single-handedly
Meanwhile local footy fans won’t need to wait long before
won the game for the Lions before the dashing right hander
Darley and Bacchus Marsh meet again. The derby is set for
was caught with the score on 148, with 78 runs still needed
Round Two at Darley Park.
but looking good with six wickets in hand.
The middle and lower order provided some fight in their
run chase, but the reality is the Lions lost their last seven
wickets for 66 runs to deny themselves a much needed win
in the context of the season.
Darley are now eighth with four wins from 11 games and
are two games and percentage outside of the top four.
The Lions have a do or die Round 12 two day game ahead Joshua Shannon competing in his events last Saturday at
of them starting at home on Saturday against the
H U S winless Masons Lane. Photo - submitted
Napoleons-Sebastopol.
BACC MARSH
Avenue Bowling Club
Play starts at Darley Park from 1pm. Results - Round 12 Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics
MIDWEEK Little Aths returned on Saturday morning to Masons Lane
BCA First Grade Reserve. Due to the school holidays, attendance numbers
Division1
Buninyong 226 All out, 50 Overs - B. Longhurst 3/24, R. were slightly down, but those who did attend recorded some
Moore 2/18, H. Wickramasinghe 2/31 Avenue 14 def Daylesford 2. fantastic results. Joshua Shannon recorded 5PBs for the meet
Darley 214 All out, 49.2 Overs - D. Hyatt 96, A. Metcalf 25, L. Division 2 while Hayden Lloyd, Sarah Burton, Rohan Sayers, Samuel
Herring 18. Avenue 14 def Webbcona 2. Cuthbertson and Ethan Andrews all recorded 3PBs for the
Buninyong won by 12 runs. Division 5 meet.
The second half of the season will be extremely busy for the
*Second Grade, Third Grade and One Day B-Grade returns Avenue 14 def Victoria 2 -2.
Centre with the following events scheduled:
this Saturday. Best rink on the day - Ray Humphrey, Ken Graham,
Inter Centre Round - January 26 at Werribee
Pat Bourke and Peter Kay.
State Combined Event - February 2 & 3 at Lakeside Stadium.
  Region Track & Field Championships - February 16 & 17 at
BACCHUS MARSH WEEKEND Werribee. Registrations for Under 9-15 athletes are now open
Division 2 and entries must be submitted by January 28 via the Little
NEW DOCTORS EXTENDED HOURS Avenue 0 lost Clunes 18. Athletics Victoria online portal.
BMLAC PB Round - March 2

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WALK INS & NEW PATIENTS WELCOME Best rink on the day - Joel Higgins. Keith Tully, Training recommences this Thursday at 4pm with the
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Sugars hopes for sweet success


By Michael Howard as to who is the best pacer and trot-
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FIELDS of rare quality and quan- Nominees for Saturday night’s
tity will chase the right to be the $110,000 PETstock Ballarat Cup
next Downbytheseaside Victoria include New Zealand pair Cruz
Derby winner, a campaign that is Bromac, who was undefeated in
on in earnest from Saturday night. the Inter Dominion heats and third
The $200,000 Group 1 three-year- in the final, and New Zealand Trot-
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weekend’s PETstock Ballarat Pac- only lightly raced but taken all be-
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ded night one of the TAB Summer
They will run into a hearty Aus-
Of Glory that precedes two big
tralian resistance from the likes of
nights at Tabcorp Park Melton,
Our Uncle Sam, Cant Refuse, De-
which include the Victoria Derby
light Me, Rackemup Tigerpie and
final on January 26 and famed
Buster Brady, who are among those
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ary 2 A. G. Hunter Cup.
Ballarat’s Emma Stewart looks set
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Derby heats with eight nomina- with Saturday night’s E B Cochrane
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old colt and gelding of the year to the $250,000 Whatthehill Great
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But there is no shortage of chal- and Speeding Spur will try and
lengers, including from the Kiwis unseat Long Forest hope Tornado
Friday 11 January, Tabcorp Park Melton Race 4, Winner: Betternbetter (7). Trainer: Keith Cotchin. Driver: Valley.
who have sent two in Im Another Greg Sugars. Photo: Stuart McCormick HRV.
Masterpiece for co-trainers Mark The latter was untouchable in
Purdon and Natalie Rasmussen one start) and highly rated gelding “I think he surprised even Keith go to the races you know they are winning the TAB Inter Dominion
and Supreme Dominator for train- Betternbetter. and connections when he went to going to lift and there is going to be for Andy and Kate Gath and is fa-
er Barry Purdon. The latter improved his record to the races,” Sugars said. improvement in them.” voured to add the Great Southern
Among those sure to be in the six wins from seven outings for “He’s not a very good track worker The three-week TAB Summer Of Star to his trophy haul on January
thick of it is Bacchus Marsh reins- Elmore trainer Keith Cotchin when by all reports and probably didn’t Glory has again lured Australa- 26 at Tabcorp Park Melton.
man Greg Sugars, who will likely he won last Friday night’s Prid- think a great deal of him until he sia’s greatest racehorses to Victoria, For more details about the big race
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