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digs deep
HELPING HAND – Commercial Hotel (Ballan) publican Joc O’Connor is holding a fundraiser for a past employee’s little boy. Photo Helen Tatchell. (inset) Jack in his hospital bed surrounded
by get well wishes. Photo Jack’s Journey

Little boy needs help


By Meg Kennedy well as an oral chemotherapy treatment, and is in hospital
Less than a year ago Jack Tyter was just like any other eight- for five-days a week. Jack’s fundraiser will be held at
year old little boy. Commercial Hotel owner Joc O’Connor decided to help the Commerical Hotel in Inglis St,
After complaining of a headache, Jack is now fighting for his raise funds for his former employee and his family.
“(Jack) is an 8-year old kid, and to have that put on him and
Ballan on Sunday, 7 July at 2pm.
life – becoming just one of 300 children in the world who are
diagnosed with a grade 4 glioblastoma multiforme: the most his family is just no good.” said Mr O’Connor. Donations to the ‘Jack’s Journey’ GoFundMe page
aggressive form of brain tumour. “All we can do is a little bit to make it easier for Jack’s journey, can be made at https://www.gofundme.com/
A fundraiser to help former Bacchus Marsh residents however long it takes.” f/8gbuq-jack039s-journey, with over $7000 being
Damien and Sonia Tyter is set to be held at the Commercial Mum Sonia Tyter said that, “Joc and Jill are amazing bosses donated to date.
Hotel in Ballan this Sunday (July 7), where father Damien and beautiful people, we are very lucky to still have them in If you would like to donate to the Tyter family, drop
worked as head chef for four-years before the family our lives.” into The Commercial Hotel at 151 Inglis St Ballan or
relocated to Queensland. Prizes have been donated from locals and businesses for the contact 5368 2032.
Jack is being treated with 33 doses of radiation therapy, as event to auction, as well as a raffle to be held.

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A fundraiser held for eight-year-


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old Jack Tyter, who was diagnosed


with a brain tumour in May this
year, received an overwhelming
response earlier this month.
More than $12,000 was raised for
the Tyter family on Sunday, 7 July
at the Ballan Commercial Hotel.
A turnout of around 200 people
showed their support for former
Commercial head chef Damien
Tyter, wife Sonia and their family.
Commercial Hotel publican Joc
O’Connor told the Moorabool
News the total of $12,100 raised
was handed to the family at
their Gold Coast (Qld) home on
Wednesday, 17 July.
“Damien and Sonia are very
grateful and humbled for what
was achieved for them and the
money raised,” said Mr O’Connor.
“They would like to thank
everyone who has contributed in
any way and thank them for their
love and support.”
Young Jack is in good condition,
and the Tyter family will soon
travel to Ballan, Bacchus Marsh
We’ve had a visit from Joc and Jill O’Connor, who told us how and Darley to thank everyone
successful the fundraiser at the Commercial Hotel was for Jack’s Journey.
for their support and show their
We were amazed and completely humbled at how much was raised.
Words cannot express our thanks enough. We really appreciate it from
appreciation.
the bottom of our hearts. THANK YOU The GoFundMe link to donate to
- Sonia Tyter (Jack’s mum) the Tyter family is still open, and
donations can be made at
https://www.gofundme.
Jack Tyter with parents Sonia, Damien and sister Kira after being delivered fundraising donations from publicans Joc and Jill O’Connor after an
event at the Commercial Hotel Ballan. Photo - submitted com/f/8gbuq-jack039s-journey.

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Big changes continue at stations


By Meg Kennedy

Recent bus replacements and


street closures may have caused
agony for some train commuters,
but a blitz at Bacchus Marsh and
Ballan stations has created rapid
progress.
The two-week blitz earlier this
month at both train stations
saw upgrades continue, which
have been under construction
since October 2017 as part of the
Ballarat Line Upgrade.
A new pedestrian overpass at
Bacchus Marsh Station was lifted
into place, with concrete footings
placed onto the platform.
Ballan station saw work continue
on their new pedestrian overpass,
as well as erecting steel supports
for the overpass ramps.
The train track was also
duplicated through the Cowie
and Windle Street level crossings,
with an additional track lifted in
at Stead Street.
Regional Rail Revival Director
Mark Havryluk said, “great
progress was made during the
blitz”, and crews have reached
a milestone of more than one
million hours work since
construction began.
“There is still more construction
to complete and we’ll be keeping
passengers informed about our
progress and any future works
blitzes,” he said.
Crews will continue work on
car park upgrades, with a new
car park at Bacchus Marsh, as
well as construction on the new
platforms and overpasses at both
stations.
Workers will also continue to lay
tracks between Bacchus Marsh
and Maddingley to complete 3km
of track duplication, as well as at
the 4.5km Ballan passing loop.
“Ballan and Bacchus Marsh
communities will get some
great benefits from the project,
with much more convenient
and accessible stations and
more reliable services,” said Mr
Havryluk.
Construction on the Ballarat Line
Upgrade is due for completion by
the end of the year.
lient: Cross Roads Trading
ate: 20/12/17
Coaches will replace some
ock Up No.: 3
evening trains on the Ballarat Line
from Sunday 28 July to Tuesday 30
July to complete maintenance.
The next construction blitz on the
line will be from Wednesday 21 to
Sunday 25 August, when coaches
will replace trains on the Ballarat
line.
More information, including
temporary timetables, will be
available closer to the time.

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An expo for YOUth


Recently retired AFL Western Bulldogs Shire Council Youth Services Team.
player Tom Boyd will be guest speaker at “Congratulations to the Youth Action Group
the Moorabool Youth Action Group’s (YAG) for their outstanding work on delivering
youth expo in August. this project, and we hope to get as many
The physical and emotional toll of young people as possible to go along,” said
AFL football led Boyd to the decision to Moorabool Mayor Paul Tatchell.
immediately retire from the game. The Youth Action group facilitate several
At just 23-years-old, Boyd decided to finish youth events and forums each year, as well
his time at AFL level as a premiership player as consulting with the community on youth
who recorded 61 games and kicked 50 goals issues.
with the GWS Giants and the Bulldogs. The importance of good mental health was
“My decision to retire now is a reflection identified as important to young people
of issues I’ve had over the past five years in Moorabool during consultations for the
both with physical injury and with mental Youth Strategy 2018-2021 and previous youth
health, and they have now accumulated to forums.
a point where I just don’t have the desire to The expo will be held on Friday 2 August
play or the enjoyment of the game I used to 2019 at the Bacchus Marsh Town Hall from
have,” Boyd said in a statement on the club’s 1pm to 6pm. Young people aged 12-25 years
website. are encouraged to attend.
The YOUth Mental Health Matters For more information on YOUth Mental
Expo, a successful initiative of the State Health Matters in Moorabool contact
Government’s ‘Pick My Project’ program, Moorabool Shire Council Youth Services
aims to raise awareness and highlight on 5366 7100 or email youthservices@
the importance of good mental health for moorabool.vic.gov.au
Moorabool’s young people.
YAG provides opportunities for young
people to have a say and advocate on
issues that are important in Moorabool and
comprises of dedicated young people aged Tom Boyd will speak at the upcoming YOUth Expo in August.
between 12 and 25, supported by Moorabool Photo – www.westernbulldogs.com.au

‘Late for work’


excuse for speeding
By Caitlin Bewley Prosecutor Leading Senior Constable Simon
(2nd Yr Swinburne Uni) Pearce told the court the weather during the
time of the offence was “dry, the traffic was
Numerous speeding charges were heard light, and the weather was fine.”
in the Bacchus Marsh Magistrate’s court on
Brown’s explanation for excessive speed
Friday 12 July, one involved a 26-year-old
female. was that she was “late for work” and “wasn’t
The court heard Clara Brown was allegedly aware of the speed [she] was going at the
travelling 132km/h on the Western Freeway time.”
at Ballan on February 8 this year, exceeding Magistrate Ross Betts fined Brown $250
the speed limit by more than 20km/h. without conviction.
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Audit reveals combustible


product in Moorabool
By Helen Tatchell next five years, and will seek a contribution from the Federal

Cladding may improve the appearance of buildings, but it


Liberal Government to be “part of the solution here in Victorian Statewide
Victoria” to help fund rectification, as combustible cladding
may also combust, with deadly consequences. is a national problem. Cladding Audit
The outside skin of a building, cladding is used to also
provide thermal insulation and weather resistance. The statewide audit will assess: At a glance
Two types of cladding may pose a risk for building - apartment buildings, motels and hotels (three storeys and
Buildings constructed after March 1997 that fall into
occupants, as well as the community more broadly. These above).
the following classes under the National Construction
are - Aluminium composite panels or ‘ACP’, and Expanded - Buildings where Victorians gather as a large group, such as Code are in scope for this review.
polystyrene or ‘EPS’. sporting areas; and
The Victorian Building Authority (VBA) is leading a - Private schools, private hospitals and aged care facilities
Class 2 buildings
statewide audit on behalf of the Victorian Government, (two storeys and above). Buildings in this class include apartments.
which found in Moorabool Shire there are three privately- Since December 2017, the Victorian Building Authority Only buildings of three or more storeys will be audited.
owned buildings identified with cladding that may pose a
inspected 2227 privately-owned buildings during a Class 3 buildings
risk.
Statewide Cladding Audit and found 1069 had combustible Buildings in this class include hotels, motels and
But the State Government is tackling the high-risk cladding
cladding. Of those, seven per cent were deemed extreme student accommodation.
problem with an injection of $300 million of a $600 million
risk, 38 per cent highest risk, 36 per cent moderate risk and
package. Only buildings of three or more storeys will be audited.
19 per cent low risk.
“We will establish a world-first program to tackle high-risk Class 9 buildings
cladding and will fix the buildings most at risk and keep The project’s focus is on reducing the fire safety risk of
Victorians safe,” Premier Daniel Andrews said. buildings found to have combustible cladding. Buildings in this class include hospitals, schools and
The State Labor Government will directly fund half of The Victorian Building Association has not released aged care facilities.
the rectification works and will introduce changes to the information to the media on the identified buildings in Only buildings of two or more storeys will be audited.
building permit levy to raise the other $300 million over the Moorabool.

Number of privately-owned buildings identified with cladding.

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Frank Higgins says Men’s Shed, Groups and Programs allow for social connection within communities. Photo – Helen Tatchell

Male wellbeing concerning


By Meg Kennedy reported 60 male suicides over the five-year talk to him,” explained Mr Higgins. Desired outcomes and strategies for
period. “But to get him out of his farm…that is the mental health improvement in the Shire
Suicide was the cause of death for more men The figures follow the ongoing Royal hardest part, I think, for men to say, ‘oh yeah, include improving accessibility of mental
in Moorabool than pancreatic cancer or heart Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health I’ll come along and see what happens.’” health services in the region, informing
failure, an alarming report has revealed. System, which recently focussed on the the community of available mental health
Mr Higgins said the Ballan Men’s Shed
A report released by the Australian Institute accessibility of mental health services in services, and addressing stigma associated
was open for any new members who are
of Health and Welfare (AIHW) revealed regional and rural areas of the state. with mental health.
wanting to get to know other like-men in the
suicide was the eighth-leading cause of Ballan Men’s Shed Vice President Frank Moorabool Shire Council was contacted
death in males living in Moorabool between community.
Higgins said social groups for men in the for comment on its response to the figures,
2013-2017. “We would really like for local fellas to and the current progress of mental health
community, such as Men’s Shed and Men’s
The Mortality Over Regions and Time come along and see what’s going on; come improvement in the Shire but did not
Groups, are “absolutely” important, as they
(MORT) report demonstrated 19 male allow for social connection and an open and meet some of the fellas, and there is such respond in time for publication.
suicides in the Moorabool local government dialogue. a variety that surely there is somebody you Coronary heart disease, Dementia and
area (LGA) within the five-year period. “About a third of our members come in just can communicate with and tell stories about Alzheimer’s disease were the number-one
Suicide was recorded as 3.8 per cent of all for a chat…we often refer to a man who came yourself, or anybody,” he said. causes of death for men and women in
male deaths in Moorabool, compared to just in the early stages who used to live alone on Improvement in mental health is a key Moorabool between 2013-2017, respectively.
three female suicides. a farm not far out of town…once he joined factor of Moorabool Shire Council’s If you or anyone you know needs help,
The eighth-highest ranking matches that of our group, he could barely get home until Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 or Beyond Blue
neighbouring LGA City of Ballarat, which the afternoon because everyone wanted to for 2017-2021. on 1300 224 636.

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Regional approach
to recycling
By Helen Tatchell them certainty of supply,” he said.
The changes will also allow for recycling Dangerous Waste Stockpiles
Cleaning up council recycling contracts collections to have different contractors in
and cutting red tape is to help local councils the west of the shire and also predominantly Media outlets are reporting that “regional “It is 40 per cent price based and 60 per
deliver better more sustainable kerbside councils are guilty of adding to dangerous cent based on the due diligence of the
just for the more condensed built up areas in waste stockpiles, because they send their company. We go and inspect; we have
collection services to their communities now
the east. recyclables to ‘rogue operator’ SKM.” monthly reports and quarterly meetings
and in the future, so the State Government
“There are examples of that. Moreland City Peter Anderson, chief executive of the with them.
is saying. “We are about 30-years behind the rest of
Council have two providers in two parts of Victorian Waste Management Association
Member for Melton Steve McGhie said these told ABC Ballarat councils are trying to the world when it comes to recycling and
their shire,” Mr Madden said.
changes give councils like Moorabool time take the cheapest option which isn’t the there is no end market for these products,
to form partnerships and contract recycling “Our goal is to put out as much flexibility nor is there a contingency plan. Regional
most responsible, environmentally.
services across multiple municipalities. as we have. “We keep using an operator who is storing councils are paying around $33.03 per
“Scale is the big thing, and certainty of the product, not necessarily disposing of it tonne of rubbish that goes in to landfill, that
“Putting larger volumes out for contract goes into the coffers of State government
will help make the recycling market more supply is such a huge part of the recycling in the correct manner, who then gets into
to finance a solution. It should be putting
and waste industry in general, so if councils trouble because they cannot manage those
competitive, driving down costs,” he said. some of that money back in to the problem
can get together and align their contracts at stockpiles which then becomes a danger to
“The exemption also means council save and turn it into an opportunity rather than
other members of the community,” he said.
money in management and procurement the same time, we can go with a regional a disaster.
“Councils should be taking stock of where “If Mr Anderson does not want councils
costs by not having to go through the tender approach.” their stock is going, once they dispose of it. to send their recyclables to SKM, where
process.” Minister for Local Government Adem That is the chain of responsibility that falls would he like us to put it?
Moorabool Shire Council CEO Derek Somyurek said in a media release attracting back on to Council.”
“He is quite happy to take the moral high
Madden said they have moved from Visy to more operators into the market will help lift Moorabool Shire Council Mayor Paul ground and then send it overseas to the
the standard of waste collection operators Tatchell said he doesn’t believe it is Asian continent; doesn’t it then become a
SKM as part of the new contract.
council’s fault. world problem?
“We are going out as a whole region; really and reduce service costs by driving
“What Mr Anderson said is totally wrong Cr Tatchell said the ‘blame game’ needs
taking a short-term view at this moment competition.
and I am not sticking up for SKM or anyone to stop and maybe take a leaf out of the
in time, with a view to a more regional “Scaling up and co-operation is part of the else, but regional councils put a tender out European book.
approach (adjoining shires) to the whole solution to the problems that we have faced and it is very limited to the amount of people Germany has 65 per cent of material
recycling area. in the recycling sector.” that apply for that tender. In Moorabool we recycled and composted; 22 per cent
SKM have a number of facilities across the only had two apply.” incineration with energy recovery; 13 per
“Basically, we are trying to merge and go
Cr Tatchell said Moorabool does not do it cent incineration without energy recovery
with scale, that will give economies of scale state where the sorting of recycling products
on price. and 0 per cent of material to landfill.
to the sector and also to the industry to give takes place.

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Former butcher
Protecting your water meter on those frosty mornings will ensure your pipes won’t freeze.

Don’t freeze this winter


Photo - WW

a silly sausage
Prevention is better than cure when it comes Never pour boiling or hot water over a meter
to frozen water meters. to defrost it, as this can cause it to split”.
Western Water is encouraging customers to While Western Water maintains and
place a cover over their meter, the best way to manages the main pipelines and meters,
prevent water freezing inside. property owners are reminded they are
“When meters and pipes are exposed to responsible for damage that occurs to pipes
very cold temperatures, the water inside By Caitlin Bewley Fusca was travelling along Ingliston road
on their side of the property.
them can freeze, resulting in a property (2nd Yr Swinburne Uni) Ballan when intercepted by police.
Western Water suggests a variety of options
having no water,” Graham Holt, General “What are you doing flouting an order of
for covering water meters, including a large The former ‘Ballan Sausage King’ Salvatore
Manager, Customer, Community Relations this court?” Magistrate Ross Betts asked
and Operations said. bucket, cardboard or plastic box, half a tyre, Fusca made a plea of guilty to driving whilst
a hessian bag or an old blanket. Fusca.
Very cold weather can also cause unprotected suspended in the Bacchus Marsh Magistrates
Regardless of the item the customer uses court on Friday 12 July. “It was just stupidity sir,” Fusca replied.
pipes and meters to be damaged.
to cover their meter, they need to ensure it Prosecutor Leading Senior Constable Simon “If you keep driving whilst suspended,
“When water freezes, it expands, and this
can cause the meter to burst and/or pipes to can be easily removed for meter reading and Pearce told the court Fusca’s licence had you’ll end up with a jail sentence,” Magistrate
split,” said Mr Holt. maintenance. already been suspended on 14 August 2018 Betts said.
“In the unfortunate event of a frozen meter, To find out more visit www.westernwater. for a period of 12-months. Fusca was convicted and fined a sum of
you should wait for it to thaw naturally. com.au The court heard this year on February 26, $2000.

Community Reference Group – Expressions of Interest


July 2019

Community Reference Group – Expressions of Interest


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Newborns in the district


Babies born recently at Bacchus Marsh and
Melton Regional Hospital.

(L-R) Tor Roxburgh and Silvia Green enjoy the winter sun on the new seating that is part of

New look in home straight


the completed Stage 2 streetscape works in Ballan. Photo – Helen Tatchell

By Meg Kennedy The recent wet weather hasn’t caused set-


backs for the works, which began on sched-
The next stage in the Ballan streetscape up- ule as planned.
grade has commenced and is one step closer Although community concern has arisen
to completion. due to the slipperiness of the pavement, Mr
Works on Stage 3 began on Monday, 15 July Nevett confirmed that “Council has received
– the next stage in the extensive works along some feedback regarding the surface tex-
Inglis street, which began in 2018. ture of the new bluestone paving,” and that
The town centre of Ballan has been under “Council officers are currently working with
construction for the last six-months, with the contractor and paving manufactures to
the Stage 2 works having recently been com- ensure the pavers are compliant.”
pleted along the south side of Inglis Street. The Ballan streetscape works are expected
“Stage 3 will complete the implementation to be completed sometime in mid-November.
of the outcomes of the Masterplan devel- * “Underground conduits have been in-
Bec and Paul BAILEY from Weir Views have Lachlan, Noah and Alannah have welcomed
oped in 2016-17 for Inglis St between Stead stalled throughout Stages 1 to 3 to allow welcomed their third child, a little girl. Born a new brother to the family. Leo Wyatt
St and Cowie St, with the exception of future for future undergrounding of power. These on Monday 15 July, Kayla Lillian Bailey BLAWUCIAK arrived on Tuesday 1 July at
undergrounding of power*,” Acting GM works are subject to future budget consid- arrived at 3.29am and weighed 8lb 5.1oz. 10.25 to Bacchus Marsh parents Stephanie
Community Assets and Infrastructure Ewen erations and as such, a timeframe has not Kayla is a new sister to Lila and Teah. and Michael. Leo weighed 3520 grams.
Nevett told the Moorabool News. yet been identified,” Mr Nevett said.

Moorabool Shire Council


COUNCIL MEETING EMPLOYMENT
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Wednesday 7 August Council invites applications for the existing vacancies:
2019, at 6.00pm, in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan. Traffic & Transport Engineer – Full time position
Members of the public are welcome to attend. MCH Nurse Reliver – Casual position
ICT Project Management Officer – Full time temporary contract until 28/02/2021
RATES AND VALUATIONS EXPLAINED ICT Training Officer – Full time temporary contract until 28/02/2021
Council’s 2019/20 Budget was passed by Council at the Ordinary Meeting of Council Applications close on Friday 2 August 2019
on 3 July 2019. We are taking the opportunity to inform our community about rates All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
and valuations so everyone has a better understanding of the process. This week the
focus is on how differential rates are calculated.
ADOPTION OF COUNCIL PLAN 2017-2021 (REVISED 2019)
How Differential Rates are calculated Pursuant to Section 125 of the Local Government Act 1989, Council advises that at the
Total differential rates for the municipality What you pay
Ordinary Meeting of Council on Wednesday 3 July 2019, the Council Plan 2017-2021
(Revised 2019) was adopted.
The document can be viewed at Council offices at the following locations:
• 15 Stead Street, Ballan
• 182 Halletts Way, Darley
Total Council Combined value of The rate in the Market value of each Your Differential
Rates to be all rateable dollar property Rate charge • Lerderderg Library 215 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh
Access to the document is also available online at www.moorabool.vic.gov.au.
raised properties

TENDER TEMPORARY OFFICE CLOSURE


Moorabool Shire Council invites tenders for the following contract:
Please note that our customer service area at our Darley office, in Halletts Way, will
Tender Number Tender Description be undergoing some renovation and will be temporarily closed from Friday 26 July
C02-2019/2020 Sports Field Lighting Upgrades – Bungaree, Dunnstown, to Friday 2 August. The Customer Service Centre at our Darley office will be
Gordon and Wallace temporarily relocated to the Darley Early Years Hub reception during this time.
Tender documents and full details of this notice will be available on Wednesday 17 Please note that no cash payments will be accepted at the Darley Early Years Hub
July 2019 at www.tenderlink.com/moorabool. during this time. Residents are encourage to visit the Lerderderg Library – 215 Main
Street, Bacchus Marsh if you wish to make cash payments. EFTPOS will still be available.
We thank you for your patience and cooperation during this time.

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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THE BUDGET with Moorabool CEO Derek Madden


By Helen Tatchell The section of Werribee Vale Road from the Halletts Way indoor recreation facility etc. Looking at the next 5-years
intersection to its completion approximately 5.5 kilometres council will continue to invest in the infrastructure and
M/News – What are three (3) west of this point represents an important section of the services required by the shire while maintaining a sensible
key priority projects in the next agricultural business community within the Shire. Given approach to budgeting. Over the next 5-years council will
financial year that are funded. that the western section finishes in a dead-end, Werribee continue to deliver a balanced budget and ensure its cash
Vale Road east to Halletts Way represents the only route reserves are sufficient to meet the short and medium term
LED Street Light Upgrade
possible for the movement of goods to business and produce needs of the organisation.
Program - Over recent
to market. Werribee Vale Road is an important route for the
years technology around M/News - If 0.87c in every rate dollar is going into infrastructure,
cartage of market garden produce and other fresh vegetables
street lighting has improved what is missing out?
products. There are large and small properties comprising of
considerably, resulting in the
farms and horse studs along the section of road to be sealed Council is able to deliver such a significant program through
potential for savings on both
and widened as part of this proposal and should these the use of other sources of Funding. Rate Revenue currently
maintenance and usage costs
upgrade works proceed the productivity of the agricultural accounts for 50% of the total revenue council receives. Not
to Council. This initiative
industry will be improved.    only is council investing in infrastructure, but services are
will upgrade existing Street
Lighting in Bacchus Marsh The current road being limited in size and unpaved in receiving a significant boost as part of the 2019/20 budget.
and Ballan to energy efficient places does not facilitate the efficient movement of vehicles or Examples of these include
Light Emitting Diode (LEDs) that will result in reduction goods. It is not possible for vehicles to pass each other without
the expansion of the opening hours of the Ballan Library
in greenhouse gas emissions and provide on-going savings slowing significantly and travelling onto unsealed sections
and additional staff to allow for a greater outreach program
to council in energy costs. Based on current energy pricing of the road. Unsealed roads have the potential to assist in the
for library services
this project will be cash positive in next 7-10 years which spread of weeds as the dust stirred up by vehicles assists in
the spread of seeds. Serrated tussock has been identified as Introduction of a youth Mental Health Program - This
shows that Moorabool is investing now to deliver on-going
an issue in this area as a result of the unsealed road and this initiative will increase knowledge on the importance of
sustainable benefits to the community. ($0.828 million net
represents a cost to both Council and to individual business mental health and provide support for young people.
cost)
owners. The road contains 15-residences and 2.5 kilometres This program is highly successful in other Council areas
Werribee Vale Road upgrade – Funded with the assistance
of active frontage (north and south side of road) growing including Macedon and Geelong and Council will work with
of State Government. (Project Costs $0.807m - $0.325k funded
agricultural produce which is potentially at risk from this local agencies in delivering this program locally
by state government)
process.  Sealing this section of the road will facilitate a more Community Strengthening and Capacity Building Program
Agriculture (forestry and fishing) is the third largest
efficient movement of goods and produce, reduce excessive (On Board Moorabool) - This initiative will implement a
employer in Moorabool Shire providing more than 700
expenditure on weed eradication, and in doing so increase community capacity building program in order to engage
jobs (9.9% of total employment). This is significantly above
crop yields. It will also provide significant road safety with the community more and develop ways to empower
the Victorian average of 2.2%. The industry is identified
benefits.
as a significant economic driver for the local and regional the community so that the community itself can develop
$1.608 million for Sports Field Lighting at Ballan, Gordon, solutions to issues and emerging issues at a local level.    
economy.
Wallace, Bungaree and Dunnstown.
Of the Melbourne food bowl’s total production, Bacchus Introduction of a new Community Infrastructure Planner
Marsh contributes: M/News - Where is council at financially now than at same time - This position will support Council in planning for new
• 11% of both cereal grains and oil crops last year and where do you see council in five-year’s time? communities, informing the upcoming precinct structure
• 8% of legumes planning, informing engagement activities through the
Council is building on the strong financial foundation of
• 4% of fruit provision of accurate and consistent demographic data and
the previous administration. This year will see the largest
• 2% of vegetables providing key information regarding social and community
Capital works program to not only deliver infrastructure in
It also has 13% of the food bowl’s pigs, 4% of its sheep, and needs and issues.
the short term but significant funds are been invested into
2% of its meat cattle.  Investment in agricultural businesses pre-planning works to ensure council can approach both Industry Based Learning program (incorporating Graduates,
is consistent with Council’s Economic Growth Strategy 2015 state and federal government with ‘shovel ready’ projects for Workplace Learning, Interns) – This initiative will offer
which identifies the strengthening of links to local and a fairer share of the funding available to the sector. Examples Industry Based Learning opportunities for local students
regional markets as an integral part of support local farmers of these projects are - Darley Football/Community Pavilion, in their final years of study to undertake work integrated
and local agricultural production. Funds allocated for Splash parks design, Bacchus Marsh learning and experience specific to their course of study.

THE BUDGET
with Moorabool Mayor Cr Paul Tatchell
By Helen Tatchell M/News - In the 2019/20 budget – what stands out as the called democracy. Whilst local Government continues to
‘winners’ this financial year? Are there any losers? subsidise State and Federal Government responsibilities,
M/News - Infrastructure I don’t think in terms of winners and losers. It’s about being combined with politically motivated distribution of revenue,
around the Moorabool Shire has shovel ready and dealing with the needs of the Shire both the expectations will always be confused.
been the winner within the last at present and into the future. It’s about balancing funding
six-months, does this budget with a sense of fairness. M/News - A comment on Council’s Facebook page (Council
reflect more infrastructure Budget 2019-20 Adopted) stated “$17K to extend Ballan’s library
M/News - How do you feel about the now annual valuation
projects as priorities again for the hours!!! How about budgeting and forward planning for a dedicated
process being undertaken, is this a fair and reasonable process or
coming financial year? Is 0.87c library” in Ballan and “poor staff are working in atrocious
would you rather the valuation process be every two-years as prior?
in every rate payer dollar a fair conditions” and the current Ballan library is ‘substandard’, and
Bloody ridiculous. The smoke and mirrors that the State
and reasonable amount and do the new library should have “wi-fi and big enough to be accessible
Government uses in the blame game is complicating an
other projects miss out because to wheelchairs”, what is your response to that claim?
already complicated system. 9 out of 10 rate payers have no
of this? Will there be a spend of
idea how rates are calculated and the Government takes
0.87c in every rate payer dollar The Ballan Library was always a temporary arrangement,
advantage of the process; Let’s be frank, rates have become
again? What is the process this and the statement that there is no plan for a Library into the
nothing more than a wealth tax, calculated without sound
financial year for infrastructure? future is simply not true. It has also been suggested that it’s
reasoning when it confuses wealth without acknowledging
not being lobbied for; that too is simply not true. The person
It would be reasonable to suggest that 0.87 cents in the rate equity. Valuing family homes is paradox to the whole
who wrote that statement asked the question directly to
dollar directed into Capital works would be the highest in concept, and in terms of business, its illogical in terms of
the State. The reality is, when a Shire is one of the lowest State Council and it was answered; what people choose to write on
economic development.
and Federally funded regions in the State, as well as being Social Media is out of my control, and this particular person
M/News - What do you believe ratepayers could/should expect for has plenty of form when it comes to grandstanding whilst
one of the highest in peri-urban growth; we simply have no
choice. It’s just the cause and effect of being book-ended by their rate dollars? ignoring the facts. I suppose that’s what failed journalists
two large economies in Ballarat and Melton, in a safe seat; I think the rate-payer is disillusioned by all indirect taxes, do when they haven’t got a paid audience. There is currently
whist it’s sound in terms of economic management, it’s a sad unfortunately it’s a product of over-governance, it’s expensive wheelchair access from the rear of the building but let’s not
indictment of the current state of politics. and inefficient, hidden under the most misunderstood label let the truth get in the way of a good story.
News
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Moorabool Shire Council’s 2019/20 Budget


At the Ordinary Meeting of Council on 3 July 2019, Council passed and adopted their Annual Budget.

We are taking the opportunity to inform our community


about rates and valuations so everyone has a better understanding of the process.
- Moorabool Shire Council

COMPONENTS OF YOUR ANNUAL COUNCIL RATES BILL


Moorabool Shire Council will generate $30.5 million in general rates for the 2019/20 financial year prior to supplementary valuations.

The components of your annual Council rates bill

Council can only raise its Waste charges cover: All Fire Services Property Your bill may be greater than,
differential rates above the � Waste Management Levy money raised and or less than you expected
declared rate cap if it has Service Charge; collected by Council is passed because the rate cap applies
consulted with its community � State Landfill Levy; onto the State Government to average rates paid by all
and been granted permission � Kerbside waste, to fund fire agencies. properties, not your
by the Essential Service recycling and green individual property.
Commission. waste. This charge is set by the State
The State Landfill Levy is a Government. Depending on how much
The 2019/2020 Rate Cap is State Government charge your property’s valuation
2.5% Council must pay when increased will affect how
depositing waste at landfill. much your rates increase.
Covered by the Not subject to Not subject to the
Rate Cap the Rate Cap Rate Cap

VALUATIONS
Previously Municipal
Council’s within
Victoria were required
to appoint either a
qualified valuer or the
Valuer General’s Office
to conduct revaluations
of land within the municipality every two years.
However, the Valuer General Victoria is now the
sole valuation authority and will be conducting
revaluations of land within the municipality
every year.
The issuing of the 2019/20 Rate and Valuation
Notices coincides with the implementation of the
first annualised valuation cycle. It is important
to note that any increase in the valuation base
does not change the total amount of rates to be
generated by Council.

How property valuations influence your rates.


If anyone has any queries about valuations,
contact MSC Customer Service department –
5366 7100.

DIFFERENTIAL RATES
Do you know how differential rates are calculated?
Total rates divided by combined value of all rateable properties equals the rate in the dollar, times by the market value of each property equals your differential rate charge.

How Differential Rates are calculated


Total differential rates for the municipality What you pay

Total Council Combined value of The rate in the Market value of each Your Differential
Rates to be all rateable dollar property Rate charge
raised properties
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Letters to the Editor


Email: news@themooraboolnews.com.au

Dear Editor, parks, but it was the Bunyip State Park


Chronic pain – pain that doesn’t go away which burned last summer, and it was criss-
after the injury or illness has resolved and crossed by 4WD trails. Alas, the only safe
lasts at least three months – is arguably generalisation about fire is that wherever
Australia and the world’s fastest growing there is bush, the bushfire risk will grow in
medical condition and is a significant issue future.
affecting Australians. National parks provide wide benefits
Living with ongoing pain can lead to beyond those enjoyed by recreational
feelings of hopelessness and can all too often visitors; above all, they provide a reservoir
lead to isolation, mental health issues and a of natural diversity in a shrinking world.

Threat of jail for


declining ability to effectively manage pain Wombat National Park? The sooner the
- an extremely vicious and heart-breaking better.
cycle. Pain is often invisible, and people face Jeremy Maddox
the additional burden of not being believed.

no licence
Gordon
National Pain Week (22 – 28 July 2019) is an
annual initiative of Chronic Pain Australia,
the voice of Australians living in chronic
pain. It aims to destigmatise the experiences
of people living with chronic pain and By Caitlin Bewley Simon Pearce told the court Turner’s licence
provide an outlet to share their stories and (2nd Yr Swinburne Uni) was disqualified and had been cancelled on
experiences with the wider community. 20 November 2018.
Dear Editor, A woman told the Bacchus Marsh “I’d bought the vehicle that day,” Turner told
This year’s theme is ‘Equal Partners in my
Here is a story about a young man who lost Magistrate’s court on Friday 12 July she Magistrate Ross Betts.
healthcare’ to highlight the need for people
$20, a boy of 6 who found it, and a lovely “doesn’t drive when [she] hasn’t got a “I didn’t drive the car up the street, I didn’t
with chronic pain to be included in the
young man, Josh, working at Target in Bac- licence” but attended court for a drive whilst even leave the court,” she said.
decisions and policies that affect their lives.
chus Marsh who organised the return of the suspended charge. Magistrate Betts told Turner “you run the
Further information is online at www.
lost money. Kerry-Ann Turner was intercepted by police risk of going to jail.”
nationalpainweek.org.au
On Thursday 4 July, Jake, aged 6, was shop- on February 1 this year travelling along “Sooner or later you’re going to be locked
Jarrod McMaugh
ping with his grandmother, Mara, at the Vil- Darcy street Maddingley. up,” he said.
President
lage Centre in Bacchus Marsh. In the corridor Police prosecutor Leading Senior Constable Turner was convicted and fined $1500.
Chronic Pain Australia
outside the toilets, Jake found a new $20 note

Facebook feedback
lying on the ground. He picked it up, and
he and Mara hurried to the end of the cor-
ridor hoping to see someone looking for that
money ...... but, no. They went up to the end
of the shops to give the
money to Centre Management, but that of-
Dear Editor,
fice was closed. A note on the door said to
Your pages have carried several letters
try the new centre premises right down
decrying the proposal to create a Wombat
near Target, where they had just come from.
National Park. The gist has been that the
They hurried back but couldn’t see any new
authors like things the way they are, but
centre offices. Then they went in to Target to
they have only been concerned about
see if anybody there knew where the new
restrictions on their recreation – ‘me and my
management office was. A young Target as-
dog’ - without so much as a passing nod to
sistant, Josh, didn’t know anything
the natural environment. They have made no
effort to consider the reasons why VEAC has
about a new office, but said “Oh, a young Letter to the Editor
fellow was just in here this minute, who had (M/News 16 July 2019)
mooted a national park. The existing state
lost $20 - you must have just passed him,” Why do State Parks have to become National
forest is not a constant which could stay as it Parks?
but, because he was the only assistant right
is but, is in real danger of deteriorating as the  It's a way of spending a lot of money pretending
there at the time, could not leave the store to
demands and pressures on it increase. to do something while not actually achieving any
see if he could see the young man who’d lost
Two underlying sources of pressure are meaningful management on the ground.
the money. So, Jake
clear. First is the growth of urban population - Richard Clarke
as Melbourne expands; that growth has been and Mara gave Josh the $20 as he said the This is a bloody disaster where are people going to
happening for many years and will continue young man was going to return to Target. go now if this does go ahead. It just makes me sad the way the world is going SOFT people
indefinitely. Regardless of a small reduction They left their details and asked to be kept need to stand up for this. So over this sort of dumb ideas I bet greenies started this.
in the annual national immigration intake, informed, then continued shopping. A short - Carolyn Caz Craggill
the number of people living in Moorabool time later, Josh called out to them near the It’s so the fun police don’t have to go out the bush to make sure there is no fun being had!
shire will double in the next 20-years. So food court and said, “Here’s the fellow who - Dean Dutson
where 500-people now collect firewood, lost the money”. He was about 14 and was Anyone opposed should turn up at the rally 27th of August. Have your voice heard and stop
with his father. Then, Josh gave the $20 back complaining while sitting at your keyboard. Get up and say it.
there will soon be 1000, and so on. You could
to Jake and said “Here, you give it to him, - David Borg
argue to postpone national park status until
the whole situation becomes intolerable to as you were the one who found it”. So, Jake
your recreational visitors, but by then the gave the $20 back to the rightful owner who
thanked him very much, and Jake replied,
Weather halts works
area will have lost a lot more of its ecological (M/News 16 July 2019)
value and will probably be unrecoverable. “That’s a pleasure” and shook his hand and Slackers…guess what hap-
that of his father. News
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The Dandenong Ranges was a similar pens in about October, as


example where creating a national park was
the best way to protect what was left at the
The whole little story is a perfect one: an
honest young boy, a thoughtful and profes-
the weather warms up? they
down tools and head to the
Weather halts works
beach. Since they won’t work
By Helen Tatchell

urban fringe. sional young retail assistant who helped the Towards Zero is a plan to achieve fewer than 200 deaths

in the cold will they be forced


by 2020 and reduce serious injuries by 15% on Victoria’s

boy who’d lost the money to find and thank


roads, with the State government investing $1.4 billion

The second source of pressure is the


into the campaign.

to work over summer to fin-


One of the projects, as part of Towards Zero is works
to improve the surface along Geelong-Bacchus Marsh

changing climate, in particular hotter the 6-year old who found it. ish the job? Nope.
Rd around the Balliang East area and was scheduled for
completion by June 2019. However, works have stopped
and not due to commence until mid-September.

Mara Hayler
A statement by Regional Roads Victoria said the

average temperatures and lower rainfall. - Sarah Anderson


works, between Peak School Road and Granite Road on
Geelong-Bacchus Marsh Road, will be on hold during
winter, due to cold and wet conditions between Monday

These changes are threatening our native Darley Wish i could stop work until
15 July and mid-September 2019.
“We have experienced delays to excavation works from
heavy rainfall, which delayed our anticipated completion

vegetation and wildlife with progressive mid-September!!


date of mid-2019.
“Sealing works will recommence once more favourable
weather conditions permit after mid-September,” the

extinction, and one essential response in - Adam Stan


statement read.
RRV said they will place temporary bollards to mark
the boundary of traffic lanes in both directions along the

Until then, idiots just keep


road.

the short term is to create sanctuaries where “Temporary ramps will be installed where a drop off
currently exists on the left-hand roadside of the north Stage 1 west side widening - on the Bacchus Marsh-Geelong road, before the weather halted works until mid-September.

speeding and overtaking


bound lane between Carrs Road and Granite Road. The Photo - RRV

endangered flora and fauna have some hope


temporary reduced speed limit of 60km/h will remain
in place to protect drivers travelling in both directions The Benefits
through the 60km zone
during the suspension of works.”
The safety improvements to Geelong-Bacchus Marsh Road will:

of survival. Some letters have claimed that


Since October 2018, RRV have been widening and
sealing road shoulders, installing 2-new overtaking • reduce the risk and severity of head-on crashes

- Claire Hogan
lanes and preparing to install flexible safety barriers • reduce road trauma
along the centreline and left-hand side of the road to

the bushfire risk becomes greater in national


• reduce the risk and severity of intersection crashes
prevent head on and run-off-road crashes.
The Geelong-Bacchus Marsh Road was identified as a • cater for growth along the corridor
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Information Session
Term 2 program – OUT NOW. Book now for – Garden Mass Times – Saturday 28 May – Springbank 6:30pm.
Group next meet 27/5; Hearing Test, 30/5. For enrolment Sunday 29 May – Bungaree 8:45am; Ballan, 10:30am.
Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
informationADULT and costs pleaseEDUCATION
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bchvic.org.au
Ballan & District Community House
Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
Ballan Lions Club Market
Tuesday 31CALENDAR
YOUR NETWORKING May, 2016.
Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Every Sunday 9am and
1st Sunday 10.30am, 3rd & 4th Sunday 11am, Balliang - 2nd
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Jonathan Drive Darley. Short courses, recreation classes, Only one service in the parish – with St Paul’s Bakery Hill
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre Enquiries – Kristie 0406 426 460.
community groups, occasional child care, venue hire. Please contact Glen Wesley on 5368 2730 for more details.
Community residents are invited
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It Just Feels Like Home! Moorabool makes audit list


rian Cladding Taskforce is- and Wodonga.
sued its final report which The Audit also reported a
recommended the rectifica- trend in the inappropriate
tion of buildings with high- use of expanded polysty-
risk cladding and the crea- rene on lower-rise buildings
tion of a dedicated cladding of up to 10 storeys in major
agency. population centres in subur-
The Victorian Government ban Melbourne and regional
will directly fund half of the cities.
works to the tune of $300 Cladding Safety Victoria
million and will introduce will determine rectification
changes to the building per- priority based on risk. The
mit levy to raise a further Taskforce has prioritised
$300 million over the next
15 buildings to have their
GIL KING five years.
cladding issues addressed
CEO, REIV The Victorian Building first. The Government said
Authority inspected 2227 Cladding Safety Victoria
The Victorian Government privately-owned buildings will contact owners corpora-
has announced a new body during a Statewide Cladding tions and property owners
– Cladding Safety Victoria – Audit and found 1069 had
shortly, starting with those
tasked with issuing grants combustible cladding. Of
whose buildings are at the
82 Holts Lane, Darley to fund rectification works those, seven per cent were
greatest risk.
on hundreds of buildings deemed extreme risk, 38 per
This much loved family home is ideal for both the first home buyer or investor encased in high-risk flam- cent highest risk, 36 per cent The Cladding Safety Victo-
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Cladding is the material cent low risk. ing for project management
heater off the entrance hall, kitchen with gas cooktop and dishwasher, adjoining support, professional design
used on the outside ‘skin’ The Taskforce identified 11
meals area with polished boards, large family room with R/C split system a/c, of a building. There are two privately owned buildings in services, building survey-
the master bedroom has a r/c split system a/c, WIR and walk thru bathroom, and types of combustible clad- the City of Greater Geelong ing, permits and approval
ding that have been deemed with combustible cladding, and building materials and
bedroom’s 2 & 3 have BIR’s. There is a separate toilet from the family bathroom. to pose a risk to building rectification works. The Gov-
eight in Surf Coast Shire,
Externally we have a double carport, and the north facing decked back veranda owners following the La- three in Ballarat and Moora- ernment has also commit-
+ landscaped gardens is ideal for outdoor entertaining. Located within walking crosse and Neo200 building bool, two in Bass Coast and ted to reviewing the State’s
fires in Melbourne: alumin- one each in Greater Bendigo, Building Act.
distance to the Darley Shopping Centre, Doctors, Child Care and Kindergartens ium composite panels (ACP) Colac Otway, Corangamite, For further information,
and with easy access to the Western Freeway this is a perfect opportunity to get and expanded polystyrene. Warrnambool, Pyrenees, please see: https://www.vic.
into the property market. On the market at $449,000- $469,000. On 16 July 2019, the Victo- Campaspe, Macedon Ranges gov.au/cladding-safety

SCALE, LOCATION & POTENTIAL, WITH A VIEW


FOR SALE by EOI closing Wednesday 25 September at 4pm (AEST)
SCALE,
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HOMES
ON SHOW
Sat 27th July
1.30-2.00pm
Photo ID required

4 2 2 6 3 4
Eynesbury 10 Jamieson Court Bed Bath Car
Darley 331 Swans Road Bed Bath Car

A Captivating and Unique Home Private Sale Shee Oak Ridge – 41 acres Private Sale
Alfresco entertaining and spacious family $690,000 - $740,000 Excellent lifestyle property perched high $1,220,000 - $1,320,000
living, this award winning home delivers in Office 2/137 Main Street, above Bacchus Marsh with scenic views to Office 2/137 Main Street,
one impressive package. In a quiet court in Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 the city skyline. Functional floorplan with 6 Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
the family-oriented Eynesbury Estate opposite Contact bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, two living zones, a Contact
parklands and wooded forest at rear makes Len Smith 0418 343 754 beautiful deluxe style kitchen, in-ground pool Len Smith 0418 343 754
this quality home the perfect choice. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 & flood-light tennis court. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828

HOMES HOMES
ON SHOW ON SHOW
Sat 27th July Sat 27th July
11.00am-11.30am 12.00-12.30pm
Photo ID required Photo ID required

3 1 3 3 1 2
Bacchus Marsh 15 Donald Street Bed Bath Car
Bacchus Marsh 81 Gisborne Road Bed Bath Car

Cosy Family Home on Large Block - 893m2 Private Sale Renovate, Detonate or Develop Private Sale
This warm and inviting double storey family $510,000 - $530,000 This older style weatherboard home is Forthcoming Auction
residence is situated in a perfect position, Office 2/137 Main Street, located right in the heart of Bacchus Marsh. Office 2/137 Main Street,
set on an impressive 893m2 parcel of land. Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 Opportunity here to renovate or detonate Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
Conveniently located walking distance to Contact Contact
or make an excellent multi unit development
kinder and childcare facility, schools, public Len Smith 0418 343 754 Len Smith 0418 343 754
site. Land size is 1100 sqm.
transport and Village Shopping Centre. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828

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Darley 2/10 Fredrick Street Bed Bath Car

Modern Day Family Home Private Sale Well Built 3 Bedroom Unit – 232m2 Land Private Sale
Excellent in design and crafted this home is $470,000 - $490,000 Tucked away in a quiet street is this well built $350,000 - $380,000
tailor-made for modern family living with its large Office 2/137 Main Street, 3 bedroom low maintenance unit. Ideal for Office 2/137 Main Street,
open plan living zones, 4 generous bedrooms, 2 Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 the first home buyer, investor or downsizer. Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
Contact Located close to shops, schools, public Contact
bathrooms and double car garage all set on an
approximate 600 sqm parcel of land.
Len Smith 0418 343 754 transport and freeway entrance to Melbourne Len Smith 0418 343 754
Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 & Ballarat. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828

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Darley 24 Myers Street 658m2 Land

4 Bedroom Home on Lerderderg Street Private Sale Title Block in Summerfield Estate Private Sale
664m2 Land $630,000 - $660,000 Situated in a quiet street on the Summerfield $249,000 - $269,000
This beautiful north facing home is located Office 2/137 Main Street, Estate is this 658m2 parcel of land. Titled Office 2/137 Main Street,
in one of the best streets of Bacchus Marsh. Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 and with all services available. Close to all of Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
Walking distance to local parks, schools, cafes, Contact Bacchus Marsh amenities, schools, football Contact
Village Shopping Centre and town centre. Len Smith 0418 343 754 oval, day care and the freeway outlet to Len Smith 0418 343 754
Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 Melbourne and Ballarat. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
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Arbee Real Estate


FOR SALE 10-12 Boyd Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 82 Holts Lane, Darley
3 1 1 3 1 2

What An Opportunity! It Just Feels Like Home!


3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home on magnificent corner allotment approx. Much loved family home ideal for the first home buyer or investor on
1550m2 & is within walking distance to Main Street. One owner home 650m2. Consists of a lounge room with gas heater, kitchen with gas
built by local builder in 1947 has stood the test of time. Built from solid cooktop and dishwasher, adjoining meals area with polished boards,
brick with classic hardwood flooring. Suit buyer looking for renovation large family room with R/C split system. Master bedroom has a split
project on a large block, or the developer looking to develop the whole system, WIR & walk thru bathroom, & bedrooms 2 & 3 have BIRs.
site or to retain the house and pursue further subdivision (STCA). Separate toilet from the family bathroom.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $740,000 - $770,000 FOR SALE $449,000 - $469,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Peter 0429 671 990 Daryl 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 10 William Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE or LEASE 26 Rutherford Court, Maddingley
4 3 2

Don’t Dream a Dream – Buy One!


Sitting on a substantial 1733m² block right in the heart of town is this
impeccable 4 bedroom residence. 3 generous sized bedrooms, central
bathroom & solid timber kitchen. Entertaining is easy with seamless
access to the dining & large family room. Adjacent to the living area is
the huge master bedroom with full ens, WIR & French doors leading out
to the north facing alfresco. Flanked by an 11.8m x 4.2m lock up garage.
INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $980,000 - $1,070,000
CONTACT Peter 0429 671 990 Daryl 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 27 Horder Crescent, Darley


4 2 1

Room To Move
Situated on a large 1219sqm allotment in the prestigious Elms Estate. 4
bedrooms, master with ens & WIR, BIRs to 2 other bedrooms, & 2
separate living areas. Blackwood timber kitchen fitted with new Rutherford Business Park
cooktop, wall oven & dishwasher. Bathroom with bath & vanity, 2 With construction well under way, be quick to secure your investment for the future. Factories available For Lease & For Sale,
separate shower rooms & 2 separate toilets. Ducted heating & cooling, ranging in various sizes from 150m2 to 218m2. Three phase power. A collection of versatile workspaces in a bespoke gated
freshly painted, new carpets and window furnishings. development ideal for small businesses, tradesmen, SMSF’s & Investors. Architecturally designed. Lofty clear span warehouse.
INSPECT By appointment Loading bays. Container height roller doors. Wide road for easy truck access. CCTV security. Electronic security gates. On site car
FOR SALE $559,000 - $579,000 parking. Staff amenities. Excellent depreciation benefits.
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 INSPECT By appointment CONTACT Peter 0429 671 990
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au FOR SALE $295,000-$350,000 exc GST WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 3 Luton Court, Darley FOR SALE 27 Jonathan Drive, Darley
4 2 1 3 1 1
Quiet & Comfortable! Invest Or Occupy
In a quiet court location on a 700m2 block this 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom Great opportunity to enter property market, or to add to your portfolio.
home is ideal for both the first home buyer or young family. Consisting 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home on 648sqm block with side access & shed
of a lounge room & formal dining area, updated kitchen with electric to the rear. Conveniently located only 400m from Darley Plaza.
stove, wall oven & a spacious meals area. The master has a WIR & ens, Currently tenanted to a long-term tenant at $15,600pa on a month by
& remaining bedrooms have BIRs. The toilet is separate from the family month lease. Contact us today to organise an inspection.
bathroom. Ducted gas heating & evap cooling is installed throughout.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT Saturday 27th July 10:30 – 11:00am
FOR SALE $445,000 - $465,000 FOR SALE $359,000
CONTACT Daryl 0409 233 157 CONTACT Steve 0475 888 101 Daryl 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 7 Davies Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 6/96 Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 1 1 1 1

What An Opportunity Comfortable, Affordable, Assisted Living


Step inside and experience the quality and neatness of this 3 bedroom, Enjoy the peace, privacy & comfort of your 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom
1 bathroom home. The bright & spacious loungeroom with split system apartment with kitchenette, disabled friendly bathroom, split system
a/c is adjoining the meals & kitchen area. The kitchen with ample heating & cooling & secure handrails throughout. You also have a
cupboard & bench space comes with a gas cooktop & rangehood & WIP. semi enclosed private courtyard at the rear & landscaped garden out
The master bedroom has WIR & split system a/c & bedrooms 2 & 3 are the front door. The complex has a large shared dining room with all
generous in size. Single garage, garden shed & landscaped gardens. meals provided.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $360,000 - $380,000 FOR SALE $120,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Steve Creese 0475 888 101
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

Ian McDonald Steve Creese Daryl Gould Peter Leonard Rikki Millington
5367 2333 0475 888 101 0409 233 157 0429 671 990 Sales Support

www.arbeerealestate.com.au
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
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Dearly loved Husband of Janice for 60 years. AT THE BALLAN WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
Loved Father of Donna, Paul (dec.) and Leonie.
Father-in-law of Jim. Adored Pop of Daniel and Keira, Central Highlands Water (CHW) is seeking submissions to lease CHW land

NOW
Jarrod and Sarah, and Rachel. known as the Ballan Wastewater Treatment Plant property at Ingliston Road,
Great Pop of Aubrey and two on the way. Ballan for cropping and grazing purposes.
We are all so very proud of Kevin’s RAAF Service

RECRUITING!
Additionally CHW is seeking submissions for the Use of Reclaimed Water from
to the country.
the Ballan Wastewater Treatment Plant to be utilised on CHW land and/or on
Always Remembered
additional non-CHW owned land.
Privately Cremated
Please Note: There will be a Mandatory Market Briefing to be held on Friday
Do you have what it takes to join our team? 2 August 2019 at 9.30am AEST at CHW Offices, 7 Learmonth Road, Wendouree.
DEATH NOTICE
Are you passionate about working with children Confirmation of attendance: Could all intending attendees confirm their
WELLS (nee Arandt) – Carol Mary and families? attendance (limit of 2 per respondent) by email to Robert Gordon at
20.02.1944 ~ 20.07.2019 Please visit our website at cafs.org.au/our-people robert.gordon@chw.net.au by no later than COB Wednesday 31 July 2019.
Passed away peacefully at the Bacchus Marsh Hospital. for details. Non-attendance to the above Mandatory Market Briefing will deem your tender
Loving and devoted wife of Allan. submission ineligible.
Loved mother and mother-in-law of Colin and Sandra. We value diversity and inclusion and encourage applicants
Loving Nana of Jackson and Teagan, Taylor and Jason, and Cooper. from all walks of life. Cafs is an independent community This Market Briefing will be followed by a site visit to the Ballan WWTP leasable
based, not for profit, child safe organisation with a area at 11.30am AEST which is non-mandatory, however would be advisable.
Loved and special great Nana of Carter.
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volunteer community member board.


Closing time and date for this tender is 2pm AEST on
Loved daughter of Bill and May Arandt (both dec.). www.cafs.org.au
Loving sister and sister-in-law of John and Marlene, Monday 19 August 2019.
Peter (dec.) and Marj and their families. More details are available on
Loved and Remembered Always. FUNERALS www.tenderlink.com/chw

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WELLS – (nee Arandt)
Prayers for the repose of the soul of the Late Mrs Carol Mary
PAT CASHIN WE WANT
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226 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh on Thursday July 25, 2019
commencing at 1.30pm.
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Bacchus Marsh Soccer


Results – Round 13
Under 12s Open
Bacchus Marsh (2) def Forest Rangers (1)
Goals - William Smith (2)
Under 13s Open
Bacchus Marsh (2) def Ballarat City (0)
Goals - Glenn Hobert (1), Lincoln Stevanov (1)
Under 14s Open
Bacchus Marsh (10) def Buninyong (0)
Goals - Tristan Noorman (1), David Dillon (3), Jack Allen (2),
Carlo Centurino (3), Joshua Whittaker (1)
Under 16 Girls
Bacchus Marsh (0) lost Ballarat City (1)
Senior Men Division 1
Bacchus Marsh (1) lost Sebastopol Vikings (5)
Goal - Thomas Shaw (1)

The Under 7 & 8 athletes start their cross country event. Photo - submitted

Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics Ballan Brumbies Basketball


Athletes were greeted at Lady Northcote Camp, Rowsley on Results – Week ending 18 July 2019
Saturday with a beautiful sunny winter’s morning. Attend- U10 Boys
ance numbers were well up, as athletes ensured they qualify Ballan White 22 drew Drummo Dragons Green 22
for end of season presentation awards.
Ballan Blue 18 def Saints Pistons 12
The Under 6 500m event was won by Harry Johansen while
Lucy Wise finished in second place closely followed by Imo- U10 Girls
gen Borg in third place. Ballan 18 def Saints Mystics 0
Over the 1km event, Under 7 athlete Harrison Lovett put in U12 Boys
a solid performance to comfortably claim victory while Un- Ballan White 19 lost Drummo Dragons Green 31
der 8 athlete Myah Estlick was the next across the finish line
Ballan Blue 25 lost Celtic Tigers Red 33
with Lenny Closter only 3 seconds behind in the third place.
U12 Girls
The Under 10 and 11 athletes battled it out over 1500 me-
tres with Nicholas Ide and Oliver Quick pushing each other Ballan 23 def Saints Lynx 17
throughout the race. Only one second separated the boys U14 Boys
at the finish, with Nick taking line honours. Under 9 athlete Ballan White 14 lost Celtic Tigers Green 27
Patrick Lovett was 3rd overall.
Ballan Blue 26 def Bullets 25
Top 3 placegetters in the Under 11/12 combined 2km event
were Mackenzie Estlick, Oliver Carr and Emma Stewart. U14 Girls
The Open Age 3km event was won by Elise Cook, who re- Ballan 56 def Excies Acmy White 23
mains undefeated this season. A welcome return to running U16 Boys
saw Zane Rich finish in 2nd place with a PB performance, Ballan 33 def Excies Acmy 11
while Danielle Ide rounded out the minor placings. U16 Girls
This week’s Cross-Country meet will be held at Caledonian
Ballan 48 def Sovereign Knights Purple 18
Park, Ballan. Runners will meet at the end of Jopling Street,
in the carpark directly behind the Caravan Park at 10.20am U18 Boys
for a warm-up. Ballan 16 lost Celtic Tigers Yellow 25

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for polishing up on2019 Page
those old skills 23
and learning some new ones. Family tensions ease no-
ticeably thanks to your diplomacy. Unusual travel is on
the horizon.

Stars & Puzzles


LEO—July 23-August 22
Generally avoid procrastinating this week, but also avoid
rushing into unknown situations. A romantic relationship
is on the upswing thanks to your more positive approach.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
Domestic confusion clears thanks to a text or email that
arrives. Avoid the temptation to volunteer for an assign-
QUICK PUZZLE
★★★★★★★★ ✯✯✯✯✯✯
ment before checking it out. Some good news on the
finance front may arrive this week.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
An unpredictable week that sees the arrival of an unu-
sual invitation and several changes in plans. Friendships
★★★★★★★★ accent their lighthearted side. Romance requires a good
sense of humour.

SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
ARIES—March 21-April 20
A family get together may accent the funny side of life.
Your artistic streak is prominent and you can communi- Discussions at work may get heated. The key is to re-
cate to friends through a creative medium. At work, how- main logical in your arguments.
ever, opt for a practical and highly logical approach.
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
TAURUS—April 21-May 22
Learning more about yourself is a key activity. Friends
Modest plans can expand quite suddenly as everyone may rely on your expertise to an excessive degree. Fam-
decides to join in. Long term goals can benefit from a ily members, meanwhile are eager to help you out.
methodical review. A possessive friend decides to loosen
the grip. CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
Community interests may lead to a new or a renewed
GEMINI—May 23-June 21
friendship. Correspondence with someone from overseas
Co-operative ventures start to pay off. An improved home proves immensely rewarding. Originality is accented in
situation lessens stress and allows you to concentrate on your career or academic environment.
new interests. A community project brings rewards.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
CANCER—June 22-July 22
NO. 9110 Preparation is the key in a week that finds you planning
This is a great week for polishing up on those old skills projects on a large scale. Romance may take a temporary
ACROSS DOWN and learning some new ones. Family tensions ease no- backseat to your career. Your public speaking skills win
1. Silence (4) 1. Severe (5)
7. Strewn (9) 2. Country (5) ticeably thanks to your diplomacy. Unusual travel is on you admirers.
8. Wander (4) 3. Plan (6) the horizon.
PISCES—February 20-March 20
9. Present (4) 4. Thoroughfare (6) LEO—July 23-August 22
10. Row (4) 5. Encounter (4) Relationships accent selectivity. Be sure to include a
11. Suspended (4) 6. Resolve (9) Generally avoid procrastinating this week, but also avoid trusted friend in your plans. Be especially mindful of
14. Singly (3,2,1,4) 12. Disinterest (9) tricksters if trying to keep a secret. Travel could offer
rushing into unknown situations. A romantic relationship
16. Ancestor (10) 13. Departed (4) educational opportunities.
is on the upswing thanks to your more positive approach.
19. Even (4) 15. Sour (4)
22. Mark (4) 17. Missing (6) VIRGO—August 23-September 22 BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
24. Certain (4) 18. Bolt (6) Your skills include an ability to make people feel good
25. Vegetable (4) 20. Perfect (5) Domestic confusion clears thanks to a text or email that about themselves and an ability to put situations in their
26. Insect (9) 21. Drab (5) arrives. Avoid the temptation to volunteer for an assign- proper perspective. You sometimes make too many
27. Kill (4) 23. Fury (4 ment before checking it out. Some good news on the commitments. There may be opportunities for growth in
finance front may arrive this week. your career during the next five months.
CRYPTIC PUZZLE
ACROSS LIBRA—September 23-October 22
1. Attack only verbally (4). 7, Afraid of being shot at? An unpredictable week that sees the arrival of an unu-
(6,3). 8. She’s turned full circle in it (4). 9. No more after sual invitation and several changes in plans. Friendships

SUDOKU
this one? Go on! (4). 10. Stay close to someone you accent their lighthearted side. Romance requires a good
ought to keep away from (4). 11. Help by getting a punt sense of humour.
(4). 14. Can I correct the spelling of ‘clergyman”? It’s not
right (10). 16. Unpopular, as Robin Hood was to his pur- SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
suers (4,2,4). 19. In case you allow the sun to come
through (4). 22. One son is at Oxford (4). 24. Go round NUMBER GAME
A family get together may accent the funny side of life.
and get a surprise (4). 25. She’s never out of one’s sight Discussions at work may get heated. The key is to re-
(4). 26. Lost, but not on the links (3,6). 27. Not that the main logical in your arguments.
man’s on time (4). ANSWER BELOW
DOWN SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
1. She’s able to swim round the lake (5). 2. From France
you brought back a length of material (5). 3. Don’t allow Learning more about yourself is a key activity. Friends
an article on fruit (6). 4. That’s bad. The pet is shivering may rely on your expertise to an excessive degree. Fam-
with cold (6). 5. Try to beat (4). 6. Warns one, showing ily members, meanwhile are eager to help you out.
figures about heart trouble (9). 12. Ends the relationship
and the holiday’s cancelled (6,3). 13. Secured for the CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
said season (4). 15. A dance turn (4). 17. Be better than Community interests may lead to a new or a renewed
the other smugglers? (6). 18. Stop for a halfyear break friendship. Correspondence with someone from overseas
(6). 20. Arthur, what was that you said about the planet? proves immensely rewarding. Originality is accented in
(5). 21. Tries, though upset, on the way back (5). 23. your career or academic environment.
Don’t keep a hand on the bag (4).
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
Preparation is the key in a week that finds you planning
tS. 23, Sack.
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9109
Reel. 17, Out-run. 18, (ye)Ar-rest. 20, E-Art-h. 21, Tes-
Bash. 6, T-hreat-ens. 12, Break’s off. 13, Tied (tide). 15, projects on a large scale. Romance may take a temporary
QUICK SOLUTIONS
Down - 1, Be-L-la. 2, Tu-lle. 3, Ban-an-a. 4, Septi-C. 5, backseat to your career. Your public speaking skills win
Across - 7, More’s the pity. 8, Stroll. 9, Sweden. 10,
course. 27, T-his. you admirers.
Raccoon. 12, Sally. 15, Slump. 16, Release. 18, Assent.
take. 19, Le-s-t. 22, I-s-is. 24, Turn. 25, Iris. 26, Off PISCES—February 20-March 20
20, Tackle. 22, Excursionist.
Last. 10, Heel. 11, A-bet. 14, Anac-curate. 16, Hard to
Down - 1, Football. 2, Zero. 3, Stilton. 4, Verse. 5,
Across - 1, Butt (but). 7, Camera shy. 8, L-O-la (rev.). 9, Relationships accent selectivity. Be sure to include a
Airedale. 6, Byre. 11, Commence. 13, Listless. 14, Cer-
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS trusted friend in your plans. Be especially mindful of
tain. 17, Stare. 19, Stem. 21, Cent. tricksters if trying to keep a secret. Travel could offer
Absent. 18, Hurtle. 20, Ideal. 21, Dingy. 23, Rage. educational opportunities.
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
6, Determine. 12, Unconcern. 13, Gone. 15, Tart. 17,
Across - 7, Habit-forming. 8, Tickle. 9, At-test. 10, En-
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BFL Ladder Central Highlands Football League


Results - Round 14
Team % PTS
Seniors Seniors
1   East Point.................166.72 40       Skipton 11.8 (74) def Bungaree 7.9 (51)
2   Sebastopol...............133.54 36      

CHFL
Hepburn 24.18 (162) def Creswick 4.1 (25)
3   Darley.......................124.96 36      
4   Sunbury...................118.24 36       Beaufort 17.18 (120) def Ballan 1.5 (11)
5   Redan....................... 113.32 36       Dunnstown 12.13 (85) def Clunes 3.8 (26)

Ladder
6   Melton...................... 127.51 32       Gordon 21.26 (152) def Learmonth 4.6 (30)
7   North Ballarat City...108.45 28       Buninyong 22.17 (149) def Daylesford 2.2 (14)
8   Bacchus Marsh.........119.10 24      
Ballarat Football/Netball League
Ballarat Football/Netball League 9   Ballarat.......................69.72 18      
10  Lake Wendouree......68.03 18      
Newlyn 17.18 (120) def C’ham/Linton 2.3 (15)
Waubra 9.8 (62) def Springbank 7.12 (54)
Team % PTS
Senior
Senior Results
Results – Round
– Round 13 13 Seniors
11  Melton South.............40.01 8     Bye - Rokewood
Reserves 1   Waubra.................... 288.91 52      
Club A B C D 19&U E Reserves 
Ballarat 42 35 25 23 38 21 1   Sunbury................... 317.55 48       2   Newlyn.....................240.16 44      
Bacchus Marsh 30 30 17 23 11 23 2   East Point.................276.05 48       Skipton 11.9 (75) def Bungaree 2.15 (27)
3   Buninyong............... 203.07 44      
Lake Wendouree 42 42 21 27 41 22 3   Melton......................130.26 38       Creswick 8.4 (52) def Hepburn 6.1 (37)
East Point 37 29 18 30 30 30 4   Lake Wendouree.....105.08 36       4   Gordon.................... 195.24 40      
Beaufort 7.5 (47) def Ballan 6.3 (39)
Melton South 26 36 21 41 25 27 5   Redan.........................93.34 30       5   Hepburn.................. 175.92 36      
Sunbury 72 55 44 38 32 14
6   Darley.........................83.36 20       Dunnstown 15.14 (104) def Clunes 3.4 (22)
Nth Ballarat City 53 22 15 24 30 27 6   Springbank.............. 164.41 36      
7   Ballarat.......................69.71 20       Gordon 18.17 (125) def Learmonth 2.3 (15)
Redan 36 39 27 9 24 14 7   Beaufort.................. 148.36 36      
Sebastopol 51 45 29 33 20 28 8   Bacchus Marsh..........69.68 20       Buninyong 14.14 (98) def Daylesford 0.0 (0)
Darley 34 48 22 30 40 6 9   Sebastopol................ 88.84 16       8   Skipton.....................111.65 32      
Newlyn 11.15 (81) def C’ham/Linton 0.0 (0)
10  North Ballarat City....62.78 16       9   Bungaree.................. 81.02 28      
11  Melton South............. 48.19 16       Springbank 8.7 (55) def Waubra 7.8 (50)
10  Learmonth.................67.81 24      
Ballarat Football League Under 19s Bye - Rokewood
11  Creswick...................63.29 20      
1   North Ballarat City...294.43 48       Under 18
Results - Round 13 2   Redan...................... 264.89 48       12  Dunnstown............... 80.93 16      
Hepburn 14.18 (102) def Creswick 3.5 (23)
Seniors 3   Ballarat.................... 200.00 40       13  R’wood/C’hap.......... 59.84 12      
4   Sunbury...................193.44 40       Beaufort 8.7 (55) def Ballan 3.4 (22)
Ballarat 7.13 (55) def Bacchus Marsh 6.16 (52) 14  Daylesford................ 54.48 8       
5   Melton......................154.03 32       Dunnstown 11.10 (76) def Clunes 2.3 (15)
East Point 15.13 (103) def Lake Wendouree 6.14 (50) 6   Lake Wendouree.....134.57 32       15  C’ham/Linton............ 49.09 8       
Gordon 10.8 (68) def Learmonth 2.3 (15)
Sunbury 16.14 (110) def Melton South 8.9 (57) 7   Darley.......................102.41 24       16  Ballan....................... 39.29 8       
Buninyong 19.20 (134) def Daylesford 2.0 (12)
North Ballarat City 15.13 (103) def Redan 10.15 (75) 8   East Point..................112.15 20       17  Clunes...................... 40.95 4       
9   Bacchus Marsh..........43.45 12       Newlyn 4.5 (29) def C’ham/Linton 3.3 (21)
Sebastopol 13.12 (90) def Darley 6.15 (51) 10  Melton South.............22.59 8        Springbank 27.21 (183) def Waubra 0.3 (3)
11  Sebastopol................ 12.75 4        Reserves 
Bye - Rokewood
Reserves U/17 Seniors 1   Springbank.............. 193.02 52      
1   North Ballarat...........193.69 32       Under 15
Bacchus Marsh 6.13 (49) def Ballarat 5.13 (43) 2   Buninyong...............402.86 48      
2   Mount Clear.............182.95 28       Creswick 7.12 (54) def Hepburn 2.5 (17)
3   Lake Wendouree.....126.30 20       3   Creswick................. 210.07 44      
Sunbury 11.16 (82) def Melton South 4.0 (24) Beaufort 15.15 (105) def Ballan 1.4 (10)
4   Ballarat Swans.........115.85 20       4   Skipton.....................151.69 40      
Redan 8.5 (53) def North Ballarat City 1.5 (11) Dunnstown 17.15 (117) def Clunes 0.0 (0)
5   Darley.........................94.89 20       5   Waubra.................... 142.92 40      
East Point 9.17 (71) def Lake Wendouree 1.6 (12) 6   East Point...................78.20 16       Gordon 14.3 (87) def Learmonth 3.1 (19)
6   Newlyn.................... 160.88 36      
7   Redan....................... 110.73 12       Buninyong 16.17 (113) def Daylesford 1.0 (6)
8   Bacchus Marsh..........26.64 0        7   Dunnstown.............. 183.39 32      
Under 19s Newlyn 5.6 (36) def C’ham/Linton 2.1 (13)
U/17 Reserves 8   Gordon.....................173.70 28      
Ballarat 14.16 (100) def Bacchus Marsh 0.9 (9) Springbank 21.16 (142) def Waubra 0.3 (3)
1   Redan.......................239.32 32       9   Hepburn...................116.81 28      
Lake Wendouree 7.12 (54) def East Point 5.4 (34) 2   Mount Clear.............150.48 28       Skipton 6.6 (42) def Bungaree 4.1 (25)
10  R’wood/C’hap..........90.86 16      
Sunbury 17.12 (114) def Melton South 2.11 (23)
3   North Ballarat...........130.81 28       Bye - Rokewood
4   Ballarat Swans......... 134.16 20       11  Clunes...................... 85.81 16      
North Ballarat City 7.10 (52) def Redan 2.6 (18) Central Highlands Netball League
5   Darley.........................69.25 20      
6   Sebastopol.................77.24 8       
Central Highlands Netball League 12  C’ham/Linton............62.84
13  Beaufort....................37.87
16      
16      
7   Bacchus Marsh..........39.36 8        Results– –Round
Results Round1414
Ballarat JUNIOR Football League 8   Lake Wendouree.......66.99 4        14  Ballan....................... 42.62 12      
Results - Round 12 U/15 Seniors Club 13&U 15&U 17&U C B A 15  Daylesford................ 40.44 12      
U/17 Seniors 1   East Point................ 646.34 44       Beaufort 2 15 7 29 12 25 16  Learmonth................ 30.70 8       
2   Mount Clear.............121.82 40       Ballan 14 21 34 38 43 58
Lake Wendouree 7.10 (52) def East Point 1.8 (14) 17  Bungaree..................40.19 4       
3   North Ballarat...........296.37 34       Bungaree 18 35 38 47 42 45
Ballarat Swans 0.0 (0) def Bacchus Marsh 4.5 (29) 4   Redan.......................123.87 34       Skipton 17 10 8 14 7 27
North Ballarat 7.7 (49) def Redan 5.4 (34) 5   Sebastopol............... 120.13 30       Buninyong 11 27 19 52 66 80 Under 18
6   Bacchus Marsh..........67.69 24       Daylesford 11 7 14 11 12 9 1   Springbank...............380.12 48      
7   Lake Wendouree.......50.43 14       Dunnstown 29 18 19 30 21 47
U/17 Reserves 8   Ballarat Swans...........35.50 8        Clunes 4 13 18 23 31 7
2   Buninyong...............350.65 44      
Darley 5.11 (41) def Sebastopol 4.6 (30) 9   Darley.........................21.32 8        Gordon 11 13 15 21 15 35 3   C’ham/Linton........... 310.61 40      
Ballarat Swans 19.10 (124) def Bacchus Marsh 4.5 (29) U/15 Reserves Learmonth 25 27 68 37 49 84 4   Gordon.................... 299.72 40      
1   North Ballarat...........226.19 40       Hepburn 55 28 41 66 50 81 5   Hepburn..................348.39 36      
Redan 13.5 (83) def North Ballarat 9.7 (61) 2   East Point................. 167.02 36       Creswick 0 23 9 29 22 27
3   Sebastopol...............180.40 28       6   Bungaree................ 183.01 36      
Newlyn 5 23 45 33 32 39
U/15 Seniors 4   Redan.......................105.09 28       Carngham 42 19 1 32 24 36 7   Dunnstown.............. 159.64 36      
5   Mount Clear.............112.36 20       Springbank 46 14 34 41 54 52 8   Newlyn.................... 173.35 32      
Sebastopol 12.13 (85) def Darley 0.2 (2) 6   Lake Wendouree.......92.26 20       Waubra 11 18 26 25 28 31 9   Learmonth................217.66 24      
Bacchus Marsh 4.10 (34) def Ballarat Swans 1.11 (17) 7   Bacchus Marsh..........64.32 16       Bye - Rokewood
North Ballarat 10.17 (77) def Redan 5.2 (32) 8   Ballarat Swans...........25.73 12       10  Creswick.................. 68.49 16      
9   Darley...........................0.00 8        11  Ballan....................... 34.87 12      
U/15 Reserves
U/13 Seniors CHFL Top Goal Kickers 12  Beaufort................... 32.62 12      
1   East Point.................192.27 42      
2   Bacchus Marsh........180.40 36       Seniors 13  R’wood/C’hap.......... 26.52 8       
East Point 6.8 (44) def Lake Wendouree 3.3 (21)
3   Darley.......................151.54 32       Marcus Darmody Newlyn.................................... 85         14  Daylesford................ 22.73 8       
Ballarat Swans 6.3 (39) def Bacchus Marsh 5.7 (37) Brendan Sutcliffe Gordon..................................... 52        
4   Ballarat Swans......... 138.11 32       15  Clunes...................... 25.64 4       
North Ballarat 7.7 (49) def Redan 3.1 (19) 5   Redan.......................138.85 28       Adam Toohey Gordon..................................... 46        
16  Waubra..................... 12.57 0       
6   North Ballarat.............94.97 26      
7   Lake Wendouree..... 107.72 20       17  Skipton....................... 0.00 0       
U/13 Seniors Reserves
8   Mount Clear...............40.44 20       Christopher Wills Buninyong.............................. 44        
Darley 6.2 (38) def Sebastopol 0.3 (3) 9   Sebastopol.................15.88 4       
Travis Toohey Springbank............................. 35         Under 15
East Point 6.8 (44) def Lake Wendouree 3.0 (18) U/13 Reserves
1   Ballarat Swans.........657.69 44       Rodney Watts Ballan........................................31         1   Dunnstown............ 1029.01 48      
Ballarat Swans 6.3 (39) def Bacchus Marsh 3.2 (20) Steven Nicholson Gordon..................................... 29        
2   Redan.......................512.82 40       2   Gordon.................... 690.77 48      
Redan 7.6 (48) def North Ballarat 1.4 (10) 3   North Ballarat...........686.67 36       Damon Simpkin Dunnstown............................. 29         3   Learmonth................317.92 44      
4   Darley.......................400.81 36       Connor Ronan Dunnstown............................. 26         4   Springbank.............. 455.72 40      
U/13 Reserves 5   Lake Wendouree..... 138.14 24      
6   Bacchus Marsh..........91.88 20       5   Buninyong...............398.32 40      
Darley 9.5 (59) def Sebastopol 0.0 (0) Under 18s
7   Mount Clear...............71.43 20       6   Daylesford............... 125.05 40      
East Point 3.4 (22) def Lake Wendouree 2.2 (14) Jimmy Wallesz Hepburn.................................. 49        
8   East Point................... 69.16 16       7   Beaufort..................263.26 36      
9   Ballarat Storm..............3.59 4        Lachlan Reynolds Gordon..................................... 38        
Ballarat Swans 6.3 (39) def Bacchus Marsh 0.0 (0) 8   Bungaree................ 143.94 32      
10  Sebastopol..................3.89 0        Connor Parkin Springbank............................. 33        
Redan 4.4 (28) def North Ballarat Junior 2.4 (16) Jackson Kurzman Springbank............................. 32         9   Skipton.....................115.18 32      
U/11 Seniors
Mount Clear 9.10 (64) def Ballarat Storm 0.0 (0) 1   Ballarat Swans......... 157.71 40       Angus Stewart Springbank............................. 25         10  Creswick.................. 49.66 20      
2   Mount Clear.............188.21 32       11  Ballan........................41.83 16      
U/11 Seniors 3   Bacchus Marsh........130.56 32       Under 15s
4   Redan.......................115.94 32       12  Newlyn.....................38.95 16      
Sebastopol 3.5 (23) def Darley 3.1 (19) Max Filmer Dunnstown............................. 86         13  R’wood/C’hap.......... 42.76 12      
5   North Ballarat...........150.94 28      
Tyler Pike Gordon..................................... 48        
Lake Wendouree 8.6 (54) def East Point 3.7 (25) 6   Sebastopol................. 64.12 26       14  Waubra..................... 25.99 8       
7   East Point.................102.30 20       Joseph Gregory Springbank............................. 36        
Ballarat Swans 4.8 (32) def Bacchus Marsh 2.4 (16) Matthew Simpson Springbank............................. 35         15  Hepburn....................21.18 8       
8   Lake Wendouree....... 97.52 18      
North Ballarat 3.4 (22) def Redan 2.3 (15) 9   Darley.........................85.87 8        Levhi Givvens Dunnstown............................. 22         16  Clunes...................... 19.48 8       
Mount Clear 9.7 (61) def Ballarat Storm 0.1 (1) 10  Ballarat Storm...........25.75 4        Cameron Reynolds Gordon..................................... 22         17  C’ham/Linton............ 18.62 0       
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Devils fail in Finals unlikely for


Sebastopol challenge Cobras after loss
By Todd Whelan “It was one of our best quar- contemplate the ‘what could
ters of the year,” he said. haves’.
The Devils dominated While the jury remains Bacchus Marsh fans will But the Cobras failed to “Owen was dangerous all
the third term to arrest a out on the Devils and their look back on last Saturday’s capitilise on their overall day,” Davey said.
12-point half time deficit likelihood of impacting in three-point loss to the Bal- dominance and body of “We were screaming out for
but were wasteful in front September there were some larat Swans at Alfredton work forward of centre in a quality small forward (at
of goal returning just 2.8 to Oval as the game that got the second term. Nineteen ground level), and while we
encouraging signs Scotland
level the scores at the final away. However, the result inside 50s would yield just believe we have one of the
was happy to ‘bank’ moving aligns with a prognosis of
change. Scotland’s frank one goal, nine behinds, leav- best in the competition, it’s
forward. much greater significance ing the door slightly ajar
assessment in the aftermath frustrating for the coaching
“Tom Evans return was for all inside Cobra land to for a determined Ballarat to staff and disheartening for
indicated there was more
fantastic,” he said. digest - no finals. pinch their third win of the teammates that he wasn’t
to Darley’s failures than season.
The Cobras were under- available this round.”
missed opportunity. “You know what you’re
manned heading into the “We should have gone into Davey paid homage to the
“We’ve got too many going to get from him every game through injury and half time with the game in
by Todd Whelan performances of club veter-
passengers,” he said. time he takes the field. questionable unavailibility. our keeping,” a frustrated ans Tyson Shea and Daniel
“We rely on too few to carry “Tom brings attitude, Missing were key players Davey said. Veldon on a tough day at the
Finals aspirant Darley have Jake De Winter (knee), Tom
the load. endeavor and defensive If ever the cliche, ‘it was a office for the Cobras, who
some serious soul-searching Brownbridge (leg), Jacob game of two halves’, could
“There are too many pressure. made it back to back losses
to do following another last Chisari (concussion), Nick be best used to describe a by less than a kick.
quarter fade out against top individuals out of form, our “(Luther) Baker, (Shane) Stuhldrier (Vic Country rep game of football, it was this “Tyson’s willingness to
six opposition, falling short best five or six have been Page, (Trent) Angwin, game), Tim Hughes (inj) one. It was as if the two get dirty and put his body
of an in-form Sebastopol by a smoke screen for where (Leigh) Spiteri, Joel Cadman and Billy Griffiths (unavail- teams had literally swapped in harm’s way was spoken
we’re really at especially and the Graham brothers able), which was too much jumpers after halftime.
39-points at Marty Busch about repeatedly amongst
against quality opposition. for a Cobras tipping point to “We backed up arguably the coaching group, we just
Reserve last Saturday. could all hold their heads
“While we beat Sunbury withstand. But with absence our best opening quarter needed more to follow his
The numbers don’t lie. high.” came opportunity. The new
in Round one and Redan with our worst second half, lead,” Davey said.
The Devils have kicked just Unfortunately for Scotland troops rallied, especially in Davey said.
more recently, we’ve been “And if you had have said
two behinds in their last 55 those better players have the first quarter against the “Whether we just got com-
smacked by the other teams to us at the start of the game
minutes of fourth quarter become an all too familiar breeze, arguably the Cobras fortable or were just out- that Daniel Veldon would
around us (Melton 30pts, best opener of the season.
football (v East Point and constant. The Devils had just played thereafter is debat- keep Hooper goalless, we
East Point 22pts, Sebastopol
Sebastopol) and conceded Youngsters Xavier Jenks, able, but we were patchy at would have been extremely
39pts). three goal scorers in their six-
12 (goals), 5 (behinds) in Connor Stone, Jacob Paw- best,” he said. confident of getting the
“We have some serious goal match return while the lowicz and regular Jack
the process. Their inability Key forward Jake Owen result.”
work ahead of us to be any ‘Burras had 10, highlighting Parente all made significant was the prime aerial target
to counter the challenge The Cobras have the bye
part of flag conversation,” he an obvious disparity in work contributions early to com- for the Cobras inside 50. this week before an acid test
of fellow flag contenders said. rate and execution. plement Cobra stars Jake Owen’s game in isolation meeting with Sebastopol
in recent weeks late in Owen, Daniel Burton and was bittersweet. While he
The Devils coaching group “Sebastopol are as good a in Round 15 at Maddingley
games gives coach Heath Tyson Shea and help set up booted four of the Cobras six Park.
flipped the magnets to gain side as any we’ve played this
Scotland every reason to be a first quarter advantage goals and took the lion share
some ascendancy and offset year,” Scotland said. “The next 14 days will tell
concerned. against the breeze. Seasoned of his team’s 12 marks inside
any predictability but the us a lot about who is with us
“They’ll give the flag a shot defender Tom Wardell 50, the 25-year old was left
“I don’t care if Sebastopol ‘Burras, who’ve now won and who isn’t,” Davey said.
that’s for sure.” proved impassable down rueing an opportunity to put
kicked with the breeze in the seven of their last eight were back in a sweeping role Final Score
his side in front in the dying
final quarter,” he said. up for the challenge. Darley are expected to while veteran Daniel Veldon Bacchus Marsh 2.3-15, 3.12-
minutes. Owen ran on to a
“The game was there to be bounce back to the winners held up his end of the prom- ball that sat up beautifully 30, 4.12-36, 6.16-52 Lost to
“They were better than
won. list on Saturday and make it ise, keeping the league’s for him from a Tom Wardell Ballarat 1.2-8, 1.5-11, 5.11-
us right across the board,”
14 wins on the trot at home leading goalkicker Andrew tap/deflection, only to miss 41, 7.13-55
“We had our chances in the Scotland said.
Hooper to just two behinds. to the right - one of his near Bacchus Marsh (Goals): J.
first three quarters to put “When we went forward, when they meet bottom side
The Cobras workrate and 10 shots on goal. The Cobras Owen 4, R. Shortis, D. Burton
ourselves in a position to win we couldn’t penetrate their Melton South. If there’s an
footy IQ in the blustery con- joint captain, in his second Bacchus Marsh (Whelan’s
but we failed to make the defence and when they went opportunity for individuals ditions was applauded at the year at the club was clearly Best): J. Owen, T. Shea, D.
most of our opportunities forward, they scored too to return to form, this game first change by coach Peter their most influential player, Veldon, D. Burton, D. Phy-
with poor execution.” easily.” looms as good as any. Davey. leaving coach Peter Davey to land, C. Stone.

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