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NOT HAPPY DAN – (L-R) Cr John Keogh and Moorabool Mayor Paul Tatchell who holds a $15 ‘smashed avo’ focaccia and coffee, equivalent to the worth of each person within the Shire
for state government regional funding. Photo – Helen Tatchell

Moorabool worth-less
By Kate Taylor Moorabool Mayor Paul Tatchell said the figure is even worse but it won’t, even with the election,” Cr Tatchell says.
than he expected. “The councils that are doing the right thing in the bush are
An Auditor General’s report has confirmed what Moorabool “I thought it was $80, but it’s $15,” he told the Moorabool getting shafted by a thing called ‘safe-seat-itis’.”
Shire Council has been saying for years – that the state News. “I think they thought they were going to come down Now, with the Auditor General’s report putting firm
government does not give it enough money, and each person here and see Moorabool as wasting money, not doing the numbers to the problem, where does it go from here?
is only worth the price of a ‘smashed avo’ focaccia and a right thing when actually there’s just not enough funding. “It doesn’t go anywhere. Nothing’s going to change, they
coffee. “The irony is that it’s an Auditor General’s report from the don’t care,” Cr Tatchell said.
state government - it’s shoved it in their face really, it’s their “And part of our problem is, we’re 15-years away from
‘Outcomes of Investing in Regional Victoria’ was an audit
audit that proved our point, that we’re under-funded.” getting the economy of scale to have proper investment in
report tabled in parliament on 2nd May 2019, which looked
It means that the cost of infrastructure has largely fallen on terms of infrastructure - because of our enormous growth
at20/12/17
whether the state government-run Regional Development
ent: Cross Roads Trading

council to pay. rate in the peri-urban, we will eventually have enough


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Victoria’s grants and funding had actually ended up


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“To add insult to injury, for every rate dollar we’re collecting, numbers to get it back on a level keel, but in the meantime,
benefitting regional Victoria or not. the rate dollar is just going to have to be invested where the
82 cents is put back into capital works because of the lack
The report found that on a per-head basis Moorabool of government funding - which puts us up with the highest state and federal governments aren’t interested. What’s going
residents received $15 from the state government in RDV infrastructure spending shires in the state with one of the to happen over the next 15-years? We’ll be that far behind it
funding, compared to nearby Ballarat which received $805 lowest revenues. doesn’t matter,” he said.
per resident. “The federal government should be stepping forward too – View the graph and compare the shires and funding – Page 8

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Tip vouchers
not dumped
By Kate Taylor to recycle to a maximum,” he told
the May meeting when putting
A motion to introduce free tip forward his motion.
vouchers for ratepayers has been Cr Bingham noted that there was
recycled at the May 1 council no report on the issue before the
meeting. meeting, however he was gently
Councillors had voted at the pre- reminded that a full report on it
vious council meeting, in April, had been presented to the previ-
not to provide tip vouchers along ous meeting.
with rates notices however at that “Should we consider to defer
meeting, East Ward Councillor this?” Cr Bingham asked.
John Keogh wanted to at least in-
Cr Edwards asked whether there
troduce a voucher trial.
would be enough time to do all of
His motion was introduced too the calculations before the budget
late to be considered so he brought is due, however the CEO said
it before the May council meet- that, including consultation, there
ing in the form of a proposal that would not be time.
council provides one voucher with
Cr Sullivan objected, saying that
each rates notice allowing one cu-
it was making policy on the run.
bic metre of rubbish to be taken to
a transfer station for free, as a one- “Which we have been accused
of before - ad hoc decisions come Bacchus Marsh Senior Constable Mauricio Gonzalez with members of Solo One who are part of Operation Trail
year trial.

Police target illegal riders


back to bite us, it’s not good gov- Blazer, targeting illegal motorbike riders in the area. Photo – Meg Kennedy
The motion proposed investigat-
ing the inclusion of a $25 fee on ernance and it’s not good process.
rates notices to cover the voucher First, we must consider the ramifi-
cost – to be done in time for the cations, or it will come back to bite
budget which is due to be finalised us big time,” Cr Sullivan said.
in July. East Ward Councillor Tonia By Meg Kennedy an unlicensed rider, one impoundment, a speeding
Cr Keogh also proposed exclud- Dudzik was opposed to deferring offence and illegally crossing over double white lines.
ing pensioners from having to pay the item. Complaints from the community to police about Impoundment costs can range from $1000-$1500.
the fee. “We have the voucher figures, brazen and illegal motorcycle riders has kick started an
why would we defer this?” she “Many times, it’s not worth the cost to recover the
Cr Keogh proposed to, at the end operation to curb the behaviour.
asked. motor bike,” said Bacchus Marsh Senior Sergeant
of the trial, assess future vouchers Unlicensed motorcycle riders and unregistered
based on whether or not illegally The motion to defer the item was Richard Quigg.
successful – despite councillors motorbikes are the target for Operation Trail Blazer, “When word-of-mouth gets out there that your
dumped rubbish had increased or
decreased over the year. Tonia Dudzik, Dave Edwards which is currently in effect in Bacchus Marsh and motorbike will be impounded if you are breaking the
“I believe that supplying tip pass- and John Keogh voting against it, surrounds. law, I’m sure the complaints about off road bikes in and
es will help stop illegal rubbish Councillors Jarrod Bingham and The Operation aims to crack down on motorcyclists around town will drop significantly,” said Sergeant
dumping.….. I do not believe this Tom Sullivan voted in favour, with breaking the law, as well as focusing on motorbike Quigg.
is a silver bullet strategy, but at the Mayor Paul Tatchell casting the
safety and responsible motorbike usage. The Operation is set to continue in the area on a
end of the trial we will be able to deciding vote.
The tip voucher issue is expected Police are frequenting local back roads and walking regular basis, as well as targeting off-road bikes in
determine the positives. People
can tidy up their property legally, to come before a future council tracks as part of the operation, with results in the last and around the national parks, with the assistance of
I want and encourage ratepayers meeting. few weeks including two unregistered motorbikes, Victoria Police’s Special Solo Unit.

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Resting place for plaques


By Meg Kennedy
… It’s bringing,
It was 100-years ago that the Bacchus Marsh
community came together to immortalise in some sense,
those from the area who fought in World
War I.
the completion of the
A century later, Bacchus Marsh RSL is Avenue of Honour.
calling for community members to help
acknowledge the 464 servicemen and women A grant for Stage 1, which focused on the
from the district through a new memorial. planning and design process, was funded by
A competition, launched last year, began a the Commonwealth Government Centenary
search for a design that would symbolise the of Armistice Grant 2018.
sacrifice made by those who fought; with the Dean Bowen, the winning artist, also has
successful artwork unveiled to the public for an uncanny connection to the Avenue – his
the first time this past ANZAC Day. great-grandfather Archie Davis is named on
The winning art installation – named one of the original trees.
‘Resting Poppy’ by artist Dean Bowen – Mr Bowen said the project is a “deeply
features a scattered, three-metre tall poppy, personal one for me and my family.”
made up of a combination of different-sized “I feel extremely honoured to have been
petals. awarded this significant public sculpture
When viewed from a designated spot, commission by the Bacchus Marsh RSL and Alan West and Joan Sheehan look at the concept plan proposal for the ‘Resting Poppy” with
the poppy will align to form a full flower, to be commemorating the service of the RSL President Cherrison Lawton, Mark Gilliland and Meghan McBain. Photo Trevor McBain
with soldiers’ original nameplates woven soldiers of the Bacchus Marsh area,” he said.
throughout the petals. “The sculpture will convey the theme of
Bacchus Marsh RSL President Cherrison remembrance and enhance and compliment
Lawton said the piece, which she dubs ‘the the trees in the Avenue of Honour.”
thinking man’s poppy’, symbolises “the Ms Lawton emphasised the heart of the
separation of war,” but suggests that “being project will be very community based.
able to be [standing] in the position where The RSL is currently on the look-out for
[the poppy] all comes together, it’s like in donations from the local and surrounding
peace.” communities, but also support from
“For me, the poppy being on the ground businesses and contractors who can donate in
is very humble, and it’s a very fitting place the form of their time and expertise; such as
to memorialise and think about the cost of materials, engineering, concreters, founding
war – even just the mud and the blood being and landscaping, when construction of the
shattered – but that’s part of the ‘thinking artwork commences.
man’s poppy’,” she said. “We would like to see as many of the
“Even the names passing through [the people in the community and all businesses
memorial], it’s very symbolic of the journey – whatever and whoever – to be really
people take. You come back to that certain involved with this as a community project
place to stand, and you can see it all together, themselves,” said Ms Lawton.
and just appreciate the peace that we live in “If someone’s got a skill or got an idea, we’ll
today.” listen, and hopefully as a whole community
“To us it’s an amazing memorial, because we can actually have it happen,” she said. ‘Resting Poppy’ Artist Concept Impression – Dean Bowen
it’s bringing in some sense, the completion “The RSL might be the steering body, but
of the Avenue of Honour,” said Ms Lawton. someone needs to take the lead; just like “The community should understand that have yet been made.
The Armistice Centenary Project, launched the community came together to celebrate if this sculpture was a public sculpture in The memorial is set to begin construction
in March 2018 and led by Ms Lawton, the centenary at the Avenue of Honour [last Melbourne, it would be commissioned – as this November, pending final approval from
followed the discovery of an apple-crate August], everybody can own the beautiful most public sculptures are – and would cost
Moorabool Shire Council and VicRoads,
containing original plaques in Moorabool artwork.” over $500,000,” he said.
with an aim for completion by late-2020.
Council offices. The total cost of the project is estimated Those who donate or contribute to the
This led to a call out to the community to be at around the $300,000-mark, which artwork in some way will be also “recognised If you’re looking to get involved with the
if more plaques were sitting at home, art consultant Mark Norton stressed was in some form”, said Mr Norton, most likely project, contact Bacchus Marsh RSL on 5367
leading to a discovery of new stories to be “a really good deal” for the Bacchus Marsh a personalised plaque for donators and 1855 or email secretary@bacchusmarshrsl.
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The project will also serve the rapidly a loop bypassing the entire Bacchus Marsh although the former Woolpack Road project
It’s been a widely debated topic for almost growing populations of Bacchus Marsh town centre via Bences Road. and the current eastern link project are
ten-years, but Bacchus Marsh residents were and Maddingley, set to double to more than On what benefits the eastern link will “driven by similar issues” plans for the new
recently given the chance to have their say 50,000 by 2041; as well as creating access create for the Bacchus Marsh community, link have created “a new, broader area”, with
on the proposed eastern link road last week. to Moorabool Council’s planned Parwan Mal Kersting, Regional Roads Victoria VicRoads “considering all route options” for
Representatives from VicRoads and Employment Precinct, which is expected (RRV) Western Regional Director told the
the link.
Moorabool Shire Council congregated at the to feature a new train station as part of the Moorabool News that “construction of a
Bacchus Marsh Public Hall on Wednesday, 9 Ballarat Regional Rail project. link road will remove the need for heavy Although the Victorian Government
May to inform community members about There are four proposed ‘study areas’ freight vehicles to travel through the centre invested $3-million towards a planning
the project, as well as the opportunity to VicRoads has put forward to the public, based of Bacchus Marsh, boosting safety, reducing study for the eastern link in 2017, RRV
provide feedback on the proposed routes for on previous feedback from the community congestion and improving travel times for confirmed to the Moorabool News that “as
the link. and various technical assessments - such as everyone travelling through the area.” there is no preferred alignment determined
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A FAIRER SHARE IS A FAIR REQUEST: The graph shows (yellow) Moorabool is in the top-five of fastest growing shires with 23.56% growth, and receives the least funding; the graph
also shows (red) that Moorabool is number-two (36%) in forecast future growth and still receives only $15-per person funding, compared to Ballarat, $805 per person. Ararat currently
receives $661 per person with a negative forecast growth of -7%.

Budget Paves Infrastructure winner in budget


Way for Roads and
By Kate Taylor will improve from what it is now. The ratio of capital renewal
expenditure to depreciation is a fundamental statistic on
Out of the $31.002 million in total revenue, Moorabool Shire how our Council manages our municipal assets. Very few
Council is set to spend 85-cents out of every one of those dol- Councils ever achieve a figure such as this,” he said.

Infrastructure
lars on community infrastructure, if the proposed 2019-2020 For the proposed 2019/20 budget, Moorabool is continuing
budget is approved. to invest significant resources into public assets.
A total of $26.848 million will be spent on community infra- “For this budget, the Capital works program of $26.858 Mil-
structure, with a rate increase of 2.5 per cent. lion is one of the largest in the Shire’s history. For the four
By Kate Taylor re-investing in ourselves
The increase is in line with the annual inflation rate set out years of the program, Council is investing over $95.3 million
to make sure that we can
Despite the now confirmed by the Consumer Price Index, CPI, upon which rates capping in public assets. To help maintain our existing assets, more
provide for the future -
lack of funding for is based. than $46.6 million of this has been invested in the renewal
because the governments
Moorabool projects, the Councillors voted at a Special Meeting of Council held on and upgrade of the existing assets throughout the Shire,” Cr
certainly don’t care. They
big spend of 82-cents from Wednesday 15 May, to now put the budget out for public Keogh concluded.
don’t,” he said.
every rates dollar on roads comment for 28-days. Councillors Tom Sullivan, Pat Toohey and Dave Edwards
Cr Tatchell said that it isn’t
and infrastructure is set to In the prepared budget preamble however, East Ward were apologies at the meeting, with the remaining four coun-
politics – it’s simply the
benefit residents. Councillor John Keogh said that a lack of state government cillors voting to put the draft budget out for public comment.
scoreboard.
funding has meant that council has strict cost control meas- Once all feedback is received, Council officers will collate
It helps answer the question “Despite the fact that we’re ures and the budget does not deliver on everything that the information and provide a full report on all submissions
of ‘where does the money I 10-goals down kicking into the community wants – but also, the budget makes council to Councillors.
pay in rates end up?’ – and the wind, the governments sustainable. All parties who make a submission are invited to speak at
with rural and regional areas still not bringing the oranges
“This focus on cost control introduced over the last number a public meeting to be held on 26 June, in the Ballan Council
receiving just three per cent out.
of years has continued with this budget and unfortunately, Chamber.
of total state and government “This is probably the best we cannot deliver everything in the 2019/20 year and as part
revenue, including from budget that Moorabool’s of the papers provided tonight have included the proposed
taxes and GST, the 82-cents- done in the time that I’ve 4-year financial plan outlining the future allocation of re-
in-the-dollar spent on roads been here, the last six years sources,” Cr Keogh told the meeting.
Capital Works Program Highlights
and infrastructure is a good have had the lowest rate “Challenges exist going forward for Council to continue to * The continuation of works at Bacchus Marsh Racecourse
answer from council. increases since 1996 and the deliver the broad range of services it currently provides, and & Recreation Reserve. A further $2.786 million of
“We of all shires are actually most amount of work done. this can be seen by the underlying result in future years. As additional funds added toward the overall project.
showing that the rate dollar It’s a credit to the new CEO, a Council we are working with officers to ensure Moorabool
is exceeding not only all as with the last one, he’s *
$1.608 million for Sports Field Lighting at Ballan,
continues to deliver a financially responsibility budget that Gordon, Wallace, Bungaree and Dunnstown.
expectations but defying the balancing the books and can meet the needs of our growing community.”
lack of government support. it’s a pretty good result so Cr Keogh said this at times is a balancing act and like all
*
Road Rehabilitation Works at Old Melbourne Road,
So, in effect we’re not only I hope the public will put Dunnstown - $1.304 million.
Councils, need the support of different levels of government
punching above our weight submissions in for what they to ensure the people of Moorabool are not disadvantaged. *
Road Rehabilitation Works at Werribee Vale Road,
limit, we’re embarrassing the want and they’ll see that Maddingley – $1.300 million.
The infrastructure spending in the budget helps close the
government by our ability to magic number of 82-cents infrastructure and depreciation gaps that have plagued *
A $1 million contribution towards works for Gas
run the place without higher back into the shire for roads council since amalgamation. Connection for Parwan Employment Precinct.
rates than anyone else in the and infrastructure.”
Cr Keogh said they have a calculated depreciation of * The continuation of streetscape works in Inglis Street,
state,” Moorabool Mayor The budget is now out for $10.326M and was extremely pleased to report that the re- Ballan - $750,000
Paul Tatchell said. public submissions, with newal capital replacement is $10.599M which is 102.6 per *
Pre-planning works for a Bacchus Marsh Indoor
“It just shows that we’re 28-days to respond (from 15 cent. Recreation Facility - $550,000
not wasting money, we’re May) on council’s website. “What this means is that the overall condition of our assets
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Moorabool Shire Council


COUNCIL MEETING (v) $36 per annum, compulsory service charge, for all rateable properties, in relation to
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Wednesday 5 June 2019, at 6.00pm, the State Landfill Levy, including:
in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan. (a) each rateable land that is “farm land” within the meaning of Section 2(1) of the
Members of the public are welcome to attend. Valuation of Land Act 1960 and is a ‘single farm enterprise’ within the meaning of
Section 159(8) of the Local Government Act 1989; and
EMPLOYMENT (b) each other rateable land, from which there is capable of being generated waste
Council invites applications for the existing vacancy: which can be deposited by a ratepayer or resident at a landfill or waste transfer
Community Support Workers – casual (2 positions). Applications close on Friday 24 May 2019 station or any other litter facility.
All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au (vi) $77 per annum non-compulsory and optional charge within the urban (residential and
low density residential) areas of Bacchus Marsh and Ballan for kerbside greenwaste
PUBLIC NOTICE collection service.
Notice of Intention to Discontinue Road *there is a proposal being put forward to Council for the introduction of tip tokens to ratepayers.
Moorabool Shire Council (Council) gives notice under section 189 of the Local Government Act If this proposal is approved, it has the potential to increase the Waste Management Service
1989 (Act) that it intends to discontinue a portion of government road identified as Howards Charge somewhere between $25 and $35 per tenement. The Adopted Budget will be adjusted
Road, Navigators. to reflect the outcome of Councils decision.
The government road, shown as Crown Allotment 2050 in the map below, is a gravel road The Victorian Government has specified a rate cap of 2.50%. Moorabool Shire Council has
situated to the south of property, 144 Dunnstown-Yendon Road, Dunnstown (CP106846) and elected to not apply for a rate cap variation in 2019/20.
north of property, 89 Ditchfield Road North, Navigators (5~17\PP3760) and the land parcel The rates and charges for your property may increase or decrease by a different percentage
identified as 4B~17\PP3760 on Howards Road, Navigators. amount for the following reasons –
Council, acting under clause 3 of Schedule 10 to the Act, proposes to discontinue the road (the (i) The valuation of your property relative to the valuation of other properties in the
Road) shown on the plan below: municipal district;
(ii) The application of any differential rate by Council;
(iii) The inclusion of other rates and charges not covered by the higher rates cap
Public Inspection
Copies of the Proposed 2019/20 Annual Budget are available for inspection on weekdays from
8.30am – 5.00pm from Tuesday 21 May 2019 until and including Tuesday 18 June 2019 at Council
Offices at:
• 15 Stead Street, Ballan;
• 182 Halletts Way, Darley; and
• 215 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh
Copies of the Proposed 2019/20 Annual Budget can also be viewed on Council’s website,
www.moorabool.vic.gov.au from Tuesday 21 May 2019.
Making Submissions
Any person may make a submission on the proposal under Section 223 of the Act. The closing Submissions in respect of the declaration of the proposed 2019/20 Annual Budget will be
date for submissions is no earlier than 28 days after the publication of the notice. Monday, 17 considered in accordance with Section 223 of the Act. Council will consider any written
June 2019 at 5.00pm will be the closing date for submissions. submission received by Council by 5.00pm on Tuesday 18 June 2019 at a Special Meeting to be
All submissions will be considered in accordance with section 223 of the Act. held on Wednesday 26 June 2019 at 6.00pm, in the Council Chamber, Ballan.
Submissions should be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer, and can be hand delivered to Any person making a submission is entitled to state in the submission that he or she wishes to
Council’s Municipal Office at 15 Stead Street, Ballan, Victoria 3342 or posted to the following appear in person, or to be represented by a person specified in the submission, at the Special
address: Meeting of Council on Wednesday 26 June 2019 to be heard in support of the submission.
Derek Madden Please note that a summary of submissions, including the submitter’s name, will be made available
Chief Executive Officer to Council for the meeting where submissions will be considered. Council is also required to
Moorabool Shire Council
make submissions available for public inspection for a period of twelve months.
PO Box 18
Written submissions must be received by no later than 5.00pm on Tuesday 18 June 2019.
BALLAN VIC 3342
Annual Budget submissions should be forwarded to:
Any person requesting to be heard in support of his or her submission is entitled to be heard
The Chief Executive Officer
before Council (or a Committee established by Council for this purpose) or be represented
Budget Submission
by a person acting on his or her behalf and will be notified of the time and date of the hearing.
Moorabool Shire Council
After considering all submissions, Council will decide whether or not to proceed with the
PO Box 18
proposal.
Ballan VIC 3342
or info@moorabool.vic.gov.au
PREPARATION OF ANNUAL BUDGET FOR 2019/20
In accordance with Section 129 of the Local Government Act 1989 (“the Act”), Moorabool Shire Alternatively, a submission may be made online at: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
Council hereby gives public notice that at a Special Meeting of Council on Wednesday 15 May Enquiries
2019: Further information concerning the proposed 2019/20 Annual Budget or the making of a written
1. It has prepared an Annual Budget (“the Budget”) for the financial year commencing 1 July submission can be obtained by contacting Customer Service on 5366 7100.
2019 and ending 30 June 2020 (“the financial year”).
1. It has prepared an Annual Budget (“the Budget”) for the financial year commencing 1
2. July
It intends at ending
an Ordinary DRAFT COUNCIL PLAN 2017-2021 (2019 REVIEW)
2019 and 30 June Meeting
2020 (“theof Council
financial to be held in the Council Chamber, Ballan on
year”). On Wednesday 15 May 2019, in accordance with section 125 of the Local Government Act 1989
Wednesday
2. It 03 JulyMeeting
intends at an Ordinary 2019 at 6.00pm
of Council to held
to be adopt theCouncil
in the 2019/20 AnnualBallan
Chamber, Budget
on as prepared by
Council and03the
Wednesday following
July information
2019 at 6.00pm to adopt is given:
the 2019/20 Annual Budget as prepared (the Act), the Council resolved to place the draft Council Plan 2017-2021 (2019 Review) on
by
a. Council andamount
the total the following information
borrowed as atis 30
given:
June 2019 is $13,626,838 public exhibition inviting public submissions during a prescribed period of no less than 28 days
a. the total amount borrowed as at 30 June 2019 is $13,626,838
b. the total amount proposed to be borrowed during the financial year, other than borrowings as required under the Act.
b. the total amount proposed to be borrowed during the financial year, other than Pursuant to section 223 of the Act the draft Council Plan 2017-2021 (2019 Review) is now
to refinance
borrowings existing existing
to refinance loans, isloans,
$10,736,014
is $10,736,014
c. the
c. totalamount
the total amount projected
projected to be to be redeemed
redeemed during
during the theyear
financial financial year is $4,145,779
is $4,145,779 available for all residents to review and provide written feedback to Council for consideration.
d. the projected
d. the projected total amount
total of borrowings
amount of borrowingsas at 30 as
Juneat 2020 is $20,217,073
30 June 2020 is $20,217,073 The draft Council Plan 2017-2021 (2019 Review) can be viewed at Council offices located at 15
e. the projected cost of servicing the borrowings during the financial year is $657,165
e. the projected cost of servicing the borrowings during the financial year is $657,165 Stead Street, Ballan, 182 Halletts Way, Darley, 215 Main Street, Lerderderg Library Bacchus Marsh
f. the proposed rate for each type of rate to be levied is: and also online at www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
f. the proposed rate for each type of rate to be levied is:
Category Cents/$CIV
Written submissions on the Draft Council Plan 2017-2021 (2019 Review) are invited
Commercial & Industrial Rate 0.005307 until 5.00pm on Tuesday 18 June 2019.
Commercial & Industrial Vacant Land 0.007876 Written submissions should be addressed to:
Extractive Industry Rate 0.010683 The Chief Executive Officer
Farm Rate 0.002671 Council Plan (2018 Review) Submission
General Rate 0.003424 Moorabool Shire Council
Vacant Land General 0.007191 PO Box 18
Vacant Land FZ and RCZ 0.003424 Ballan VIC 3342
Vacant Land GRZ 0.007876 Or emailed to: info@moorabool.vic.gov.au
Residential Retirement Villages 0.003082 Submissions may also be presented to Council via the Moorabool Have Your Say website at
g. proposes that no municipal charge be declared haveyoursaymoorabool.com.au
g. proposes that no municipal charge be declared
h. the
h. proposedservice
the proposed servicecharges
charges bebe declared
declared underunder Section
Section 162 162
of theof Act,
the Act, for the collection
for the Council will consider submissions on Wednesday 26 June 2019 at a Special Meeting of Council
and disposal
collection of refuse,
and disposal are: are:
of refuse, to be held in the Council Chamber, 15 Stead Street, Ballan commencing
(i)
(i) $187 $187
per per annum
annum for each
for each property
property thatthat is within
is within thethedefi
defined urban service area to
ned urban at 6.00 pm.
service area to which a domestic waste collection service is available; Any person who wishes to be heard in support of a submission should indicate in the written
which
(ii)
a domestic waste collection service is available;
$187 per annum for each property that is within the defined rural service
(ii) $187 per areaannum
to whichfor each property
a domestic that isservice
waste collection withinisthe defined rural service area to
available; submission that he or she wishes to be heard. Any person requesting to be heard in support of
which
(iii) a$187
domestic
per annumwastefor collection service
each property that isis not
available;
within a defined service a submission is entitled to appear before this Special Meeting of Council either personally or by
(iii) $187 per area, to which
annum fora each
domestic waste collection
property that is not service is provided;
within a defined service area, to which a person acting on their behalf.
a(iv)
domestic$85* per annum,
waste compulsory
collection service
service charge, for all rateable properties
is provided; Submissions made under section 223 of the Act are not confidential and:
including:
(iv) $85* per (a) annum, compulsory
each rateable land service charge,
that is "farm for within
land" all rateable properties
the meaning of including:
• will be incorporated in full (including any personal information) into the agenda and minutes
(a) each rateable Section land
2(1) that
of theisValuation
“farm land” within
of Land Act the
1960meaning
and is aof Section 2(1) of the
'single of any Council or committee meeting at which the matter is considered; and
Valuation of enterprise'
farm Land Act within
1960 the
andmeaning
is a ‘single farm enterprise’
of Section 159(8) of thewithin
Local the meaning of • will be provided on Council’s website as part of any relevant Council or committee agenda
Section Government
159(8) of the Act Local
1989; and
Government Act 1989; and and minutes.
(b) each
(b) other
eachrateable land, from
other rateable which
land, from there
which is capable
there is capableof of
being generated waste
being Whilst it is appropriate for submitters’ names and addresses to be disclosed to enable
which cangenerated waste which
be deposited can be deposited
by a ratepayer or residentby aat ratepayer or waste transfer
a landfill or transparent decision making, if you have concerns about this, Council can provide you with the
resident at a landfill or waste transfer station or any other litter
station or any other litter facility.
facility.
option of having your submission remain anonymous.
(v) $36 per annum, compulsory service charge, for all rateable properties,
Moorabool
in relationShire Council:
to the State PO
Landfill Levy, Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342 Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 CEO: Derek Madden
including:
Email: info@moorabool.vic.gov.au
(a) each rateable land that is "farm land" Web: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
within the meaning of Facebook: Moorabool Shire Council Twitter: @mooraboolshire
Section 2(1) of the Valuation of Land Act 1960 and is a 'single
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Making independent A place to call home


living safer By Kate Taylor

An impressive backflip has


been performed by Moora-
Acrofun had paid $18,060
for the current year’s rent
and $15,000 for the year be-
fore that.
providing sport for teenag-
ers and young kids, and the
Club advised it will have
trouble paying the top mar-
By Kate Taylor
bool Shire Council on its Council officers commis- ket rate,” Cr Dudzik said.
Promoting and supporting independent plans to high-kick a local sioned a market rental ap- Cr Dave Edwards argued
living is all in a day’s work for Louise Cain. gymnastics club out of the praisal for the area utilised against the rent decrease,
Darley Hub. by Acrofun and found that noting that Acrofun is a sin-
As an Occupational Therapist (OT) with
Ballan District Health & Care, the Ballan Not-for-profit sporting the rent for a not-for-profit gle-use of the facility (as the
local is focused on keeping others in the group Acrofun currently should be $24,000. large mats are quite difficult
community safe in their homes – including holds an exclusive lease over to move in and out for each
Acrofun is the only gym-
reducing the risk of falls. basketball courts at the Dar- use) and noting that there
nastics club in Moorabool,
Louise worked at the Royal Melbourne ley Civic and Community
providing exercise and are other female-dominated
Hospital for many years, including over six Hub, owned by council,
physical activity for children sports, such as calisthenics
years in neurological trauma in both acute Council had informed Ac- - however council requested and dance groups, which
and rehabilitation settings before taking up rofun back in 2017 that after that participation numbers also want to use the space.
the OT post in her home town. the lease expired it intended
be provided by Acrofun and “There is a number of other
“I’m enjoying my work here in Ballan. I to return the hub to a multi-
as of the meeting, no num- groups that want space - this
grew up in the Shire and live not far away, so purpose facility, and Acro-
bers had been provided. money will help source oth-
when this position became available, I saw it Occupational Therapist Louise Cain. fun was required to identify
Photo – BDH&C a relocation option. A passionate dad spoke at er locations... and to invest in
as a great opportunity,” she said. the May meeting in favour other facilities,” Cr Edwards
When not working, Louise enjoys catching well as have access to their community. We But a report presented at
not only of keeping Acrofun said.
up with family and friends and going to the look at the individual needs of a person and the May 1 council meeting
at its current home, but also Councillors Tonia Dudzik,
beach. how we can make their lives better – taking recommended that the Acro-
fun soon-to-expire - lease be for a motion put forward by John Keogh and Jarrod
“I have two young children who both keep the strain off the person and also taking some
pressure off family members or carers,” says extended for three-years. Cr Tonia Dudzik that pro- Bingham voted in favour of
me busy also.” posed lowering the rent.
Louise. Throughout the last two the new lease with the rent
There are two parts to Louise’s work day – “How do we make a reduction; councillors Tom
hospital and community visits. Louise has a short list of things to watch out years, Council Officers have
for to reduce the risk of falls – not a complete been working with Acrofun long-term facility for this Sullivan and Dave Edwards
“My hospital work involves assessing club?” Mr Strang asked the voted against, with Mayor
list but a good place to start when looking at to identify a suitable alter-
patients to work out how they can manage meeting. Paul Tatchell casting the de-
your own house: native facility – but so far,
their day-to-day activities after their hospital The motion recommended ciding vote to deny the new
* Loose mats, rugs or carpet a “new home has not been
stay – for example, showering, getting
* Poor room lighting (especially for those found.” reducing the rent slightly, to motion.
dressed and meal preparation. I do this in
night visits to the bathroom) Prohibiting factors in secur- $22,500 for each year of the The original motion, to ap-
collaboration with the BDHC team.
* Excessive clutter (things like cords, shoes ing a facility were reported contract. prove the new three-year
“We work closely with patients, and their
and furniture) to include location, size, “It’s been a great use of lease with rent of $24,000 per
families, to ensure patients are capable to
* Inappropriate footwear (socks and tiles amenities and parking. the facility for many years, annum, was then approved.
manage at home.”

New agriculture
Visiting people in their homes is another don’t mix)
significant part of an OTs work. * Uneven steps and surfaces
“We want to make sure people have the * Position of furniture especially if using a

mapping not to scale


ability to care for themselves at home – as mobility aid

By Kate Taylor mapping criteria, the extent part of a VicRoads study


of the mapping proposed for and which would impact on
A plan for Agriculture in Moorabool Shire, and lack ‘strategic agricultural land.’
Moorabool, that forms part of prior consultation with Strategic agricultural land
of a greater plan to provide Council. was also identified in close
food security for the state, is DELWP worked with Ag- proximity to Bungaree, Wal-
worrying for local farmers. riculture Victoria, Deakin lace and Dunnstown but it is
The Department of Envi- University, and experts from unclear from the mapping
ronment, Land, Water and across DELWP and the De- the extent to which it may
Planning is consulting on partment of Jobs, Precincts impact on the future expan-
part of a ‘Plan Melbourne’ and Regions (DJPR) to de- sion of the towns - consist-
policy, which is designed to velop and test potential cri- ent with growth which has
protect Agricultural Land teria to determine strategic already been identified in
and Support Agricultural agricultural land. council’s Small Towns and
Production across the state, The criteria consist of fea- Settlements Strategy.
and Cr Pat Toohey attended tures of the land such as The submission also raises
one of the workshops held soil quality, topography, concerns about the impacts
across Victoria – including rainfall, along with current that the identification of
in Bacchus Marsh. land uses, climate resist- strategic agricultural land
Council Officers from ance, infrastructure (includ- will have on landowners,
Strategic Planning also at- ing irrigation) and distance including the implications of
tended the Bacchus Marsh to processing and supply future planning controls.
workshop, in March, where industries.
a number of land owners It requests that as part of
The officers did write a
raised concerns about the any proposal to identify stra-
submission that provides
identification of the strategic tegic agricultural land and
general support for the iden-
agricultural land and the im- place controls on the land,
tification and protection of
pact that it may have on the that consideration be given
strategic agricultural land -
viability of farming the land. to how the State Govern-
but it also raises a number of
In particular, they were ment can support landown-
concerns.
concerned about the poten- ers to continue to farm their
One of the concerns was
tial application of additional land.
that councils were engaged
controls and restrictions on too late in the process; also, The submission was put to
their land. the mapping of the strategic the May 1 Council meeting
Plan Melbourne states that agricultural land provided for approval and West Ward
agricultural land in green by the Department is of a Councillor Tom Sullivan led
wedges and peri-urban ar- small scale and does not the councillors’ support of it.
eas should be retained for provide adequate detail for “There is no soil type map-
productive use so that it is Council to comment on the ping, it’s a broad scale map
Please donate now not permanently lost. accuracy of the mapping. with nothing to identify soil
Meanwhile, officers also The mapping fails to take types,” he said before mov-
attended a DELWP work- into consideration future ing the motion to approve
RED SHIELD APPEAL shop in February, where the strategic work that is cur- the submission.
1 3 S A LV O S | S A LV salvationarmy.org.au
OS.ORG.AU Stage 1 work was presented. rently being undertaken – The councillors voted to
At this workshop, Officers including the Eastern Link send the submission to
raised concerns about the road which is currently DELWP.
CHENG MING
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ADULT EDUCATION Working Bee, 1st Tuesday of the month at 9am. Contact Andy Easter Monday Service at 10am.
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interest presented. Enquiries – 5366 7100 or www.moorabool. Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh) Church of the Living God
vic.gov.au/libraries Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
CWA - The Marshians Night Branch Bacchus Marsh Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd,
Meet first Tuesday of month - The Hub, Wittick St, Darley, of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St,
Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705.
7pm.  Enquiries - Gay Hooper 0413 350 012. Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
Ballan & District CWA MARKETS Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Branch meetings – 2nd Thursday each month. RSL Hall, Non-denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
Ballan Lions Club Market
Inglis St, Ballan, 7.30pm. All welcome - enquiries to 0407 992 Next market – Saturday 1 June 2019. KYB Monday evenings 6pm (0429 681 566.) Ladies KYB
767 or email ballandistrictcwa@gmail.com First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm. Wednesday 1pm (5367 6834).
Ballan District Vintage Machinery & Vehicle Club Enquiries – Kristie 0406 426 460. Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Meetings - second Monday each month, 8pm. Tom Mullane Darley Market Meeting 10am every Sunday at the Bacchus Marsh RSL, 203
Pavilion, Ballan Racecourse Reserve. Enquiries – Brian 5368 Saturday 1st June, 8am - 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each month Main Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
2255 or Ray 5368 1177. at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 145
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group (Alan). St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.
out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean CHURCH Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq- Bacchus Marsh Christian Church Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036. Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St, 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
The Pottery Group Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.

YOUR BUSINESS
Tuesday and Saturday 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall St John’s Anglican Church Ballan
(next to Tennis Courts), Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome. 58 Simpson St, Ballan - Service - 10:30 every Sunday. Enq -
Enquiries to Maureen 0447173031. Rev’d Glen Wesley - 5368 2730.
Bacchus Marsh Playgroup
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Street, Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & MAY 2019
3pm. Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066.
Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club ◆ Moorabool Business Breakfast -

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Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, Friday 24 May, 7.30–9.30am
229 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after St Anne’s Winery, 64 Garrards Lane, Myrniong
each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170.
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc JUNE 2019
Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial ◆ Coffee Connect – Friday 7 June, 7.30-8.30am, TBC
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Cafe Chino on the Avenue, 208 Main St, Bacchus Marsh Jolly Miller Café, 136 Main St, Bacchus Marsh
Myrniong Primary School Friday 24 May 2019,
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Tuesday 21st May Attendance64isGarrards
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Tuesday 12 March, 9.00am-12.00pm
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Regional Victoria’s most expensive real estate


the million-dollar mark and price in Regional Victoria of Regional Victoria are in with a 4.7 per cent increase is not subject to interpreta-
is sitting at $957,500, having $830,000. Morwell, Churchill and to $212,500. Other affordable tion, speculation, assump-
increased 2.3 per cent in the Gisborne, Woodend, Gee- Moe. Morwell’s median country post codes included tions or third-party sources.
12-months to 31 March 2019. long West, Ocean Grove, house price is $173,000, hav- Red Cliffs, Horsham, Port- You can research the me-
The latest Real Estate Insti- Highton, Inverloch and ing dipped 1.4 per cent in the land, Maryborough and dian house price in your
tute of Victoria (REIV) fig- Kyneton rounded out the past 12 months, Churchill’s Newborough.
area on the REIV website,
ures show that another holi- top 10. is not far behind at $183,500 The bargain by so far this at https://reiv.com.au/
day haven, the surf mecca of The most expensive house after a 1.9 per cent annual year was a three-bedroom
market-insights
Torquay, is sitting in second to sell in country Victoria increase in the median and house in Kerang which sold
place with a median house so far in 2019 was a six-bed- third on the list is Moe at for $67,000 in March.
price of $845,000 with val- room, four-bathroom mas- $208,500, up 12.7 per cent in As the State’s peak body
GIL KING ues also going up in the past terpiece with its own pool the past 12 months. for real estate agents, with
12-months, by 7.6 per cent. and waterslide that changed Stawell recorded a 17.8 per around 80 per cent of agen-
CEO, REIV hands for $6.3 million in
The Geelong suburb of cent increase in its median cies being valued members,
Barwon Heads remains Newtown has also recorded March. house price in the last year to the REIV is uniquely placed
positive growth, of 4.7 per For those on more restricted $210,000, followed by Ararat to access this raw data which
home to Regional Victoria’s
cent over the past 12 months, budgets, Gippsland is the
most expensive real estate, to give it the third most place to house hunt. The
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Arbee Real Estate


FOR SALE 40 McLachlan Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 42 McLachlan Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2 3 2 2

Enjoy That New Home Smell Your Brand New Home Awaits
Brand new, quality built home by Total Building in Bacchus Marsh. Brand new, bright, spacious, open plan, 3 bedroom home in the popular
Enjoy high end workmanship throughout this spacious 3 bedroom Bellevue Tops Estate. Located only 1.6kms from the Main Street with
home. Generous master bedroom with WIR & ensuite, other 2 bedrooms easy freeway access. 3 oversized bedrooms, master with fully fitted out
are oversized & have BIRs. Large, bright, open plan, kitchen, meals WIR & quality ensuite, the remaining 2 bedrooms with BIRs. Huge,
living area, flowing out to the undercover alfresco area. Separate sitting open plan, Kitchen, Meals, Living area, full of natural light & opening out
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FOR SALE 27 Moore Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 11 Seton Way, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 2 4 2 2

Big Block, Even Bigger Views! Spacious Family Living


This family home on a fantastic 1325m2 block of land has to be Twin doors off the entry lead into the generous Master Bedroom, with
inspected to be appreciated. This 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home with 2 substantial WIR & well appointed ens with a 1200mm wide shower. 3
great living areas & a timber kitchen has panoramic views over our further bedrooms with BIR’s are positioned at the rear of the house. Large
township & beyond. Ducted heating & cooling, double length carport entertainer’s kitchen, with quality European stainless steel appliances &
with remote flows into the large covered outdoor entertaining area. fixtures. Kitchen overlooking the large light-filled dining/living area, study
Drive through to backyard and rear laneway access to your block. & large alfresco.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $660,000 - $680,000 FOR SALE $510,000-$530,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Steve Creese 0475 888 101
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FOR SALE 27 Grantleigh Drive, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 7 Davies Street, Bacchus Marsh
4 3 4 3 1 1

Glorious Grantleigh What An Opportunity


Stunning, quality built home, right in the heart of the Grantleigh Estate, on Step inside and experience the quality and neatness of this 3 bedroom,
an 800sqm corner block. Four generous bedrooms, master with modern 1 bathroom home. The bright & spacious loungeroom with split system
ENS & WIR, remaining 3 oversized bedrooms have BIRs. Beautiful open a/c is adjoining the meals & kitchen area. The kitchen with ample
plan kitchen meals, family area leading out to the undercover 40sqm cupboard & bench space comes with a gas cooktop & rangehood & WIP.
(approx.) alfresco area. A second living area & double garage, as well as a The master bedroom has WIR & split system a/c & bedrooms 2 & 3 are
9x6mtr garage (with shower/toilet & basin). generous in size. Single garage, garden shed & landscaped gardens.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $690,000-$720,000 FOR SALE $360,000 - $380,000
CONTACT Steve Creese 0475 888 101 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
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FOR SALE 22a Higgins Court, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 57 Connor Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2 3 2 2

Near New, Great Location Lifestyle Living At It’s Best


Approx. 4-year-old, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home on 521sqm block only Beautifully presented, much loved family residence ticks all the boxes
2.8km from Main St & 1.2kms from freeway. Bright, open plan, kitchen, for idyllic resort style living. Featuring 3 generous size bedrooms.
meals, living area with SS appliances, glass splashback & dishwasher. Multiple living spaces ensuring enough room for the whole family.
Master bedroom with WIR & ENS, remaining 2 bedrooms have double Spacious front lounge and formal dining room leading to the open plan
BIRs. Central family bathroom, separate laundry & double garage. Ducted kitchen/meals/living area adjoining an impressive 13.5m x 5.8m
heating & ducted evap. cooling will keep you comfortable all year round. outdoor area complete with pool & decking for year round enjoyment.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $380,000-$390,000 FOR SALE $599,000-$630,000
CONTACT Steve Creese 0475 888 101 CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
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FOR SALE 4 Tennyson Street, Gordon FOR SALE 31 Lidgett Street, Bacchus Marsh
2 1 2 3 1 1

Prime Position on An Acre Invest For The Future!


This beautifully presented rural residence just one street back from This 3 bedroom , 1 bathroom home is sitting on a prominent corner
Gordon’s Main Street is set on a picture perfect 4095m² block. Just a block and provides you with a great opportunity to enter the property
short stroll to hotel, general store, post office and primary schools. 2 market. Consisting of a good sized lounge and spacious kitchen and
large bedrooms with BIRs, a country style kitchen with plenty of meals area and although in need of a bit of TLC, this home is in a great
cupboard space, adjoining meals area with back veranda access, flows location within walking distance to Schools and the Main Street
through to the spacious lounge/living room with front veranda access. shopping centre.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $470,000-$490,000 FOR SALE $350,000 - $370,000
CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
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Ian McDonald Steve Creese Daryl Gould Peter Leonard


5367 2333 0475 888 101 0409 233 157 0429 671 990

www.arbeerealestate.com.au
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
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Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 privacy. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
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Bacchus Marsh Netball Ballarat Junior Football League Central Highlands


Junior: Monday Night Results – Round 5 Netball League
Section 4
Fast & Furious 1 lost Little Stars 13
U/17 Seniors Ladder
Redan 18.16  (124) def Bacchus Marsh 4.4  (28) Team PTS %
Skittles 8 def Pink Panthers 0
Mount Clear 6.7  (43) def North Ballarat 4.7  (31) A Grade
Devils Mini 8 def Zooplers 1 1 Learmonth ................ 24 384.76
Section 3 U/17 Reserves 2 Hepburn ................... 24 310.95

Ballarat
Storm 8 def Firebirds 4 Redan18.19  (127) def Bacchus Marsh 1.2  (8) 3 Buninyong ................ 20 191.76
4 Ballan ....................... 20 154.78
Hunters 9 def Hotshots Jnr 4 Mount Clear 13.9  (87) def North Ballarat  5.4  (34) 5 Rokewood . .............. 20 150.87
Super Stars 6 def Lightning 8

Netball
Lake Wendouree 14.15  (99) def Sebastopol 9.6  (60) 6 Springbank .............. 20 131.40
Section 2 7 Gordon . ..................... 16 79.35
U/15 Seniors 8 Dunnstown . ............. 12 105.45
Comets 19 lost Astrids 23 East Point 9.16  (70) def Darley 1.2  (8) 9 Carngham .................. 12 83.81

League
Thunderstruck 9 lost Sapphires 17 10 Clunes . .................... 12 82.35
Redan 12.7  (79) def Bacchus Marsh 6.4  (40) 11 Waubra . ................... 8 137.50
The Suns 15 lost Diamonds 24
Mount Clear 8.3  (51) def North Ballarat Junior 6.13  (49) 12 Bungaree ................... 8 77.88
Section 1 13 Skipton ....................... 8 66.01
Vamps 17 lost Aces 24 Sebastopol 4.12  (36) def Lake Wendouree 5.6  (36) 14 Newlyn ....................... 8 58.78
Team PTS %
Sparkles 17 lost Fireworks 25 U/15 Reserves 15 Creswick .................... 4 44.51
A Grade 16 Beaufort ..................... 0 51.77
Zodiacs 17 lost Sparks 26 Redan 10.7  (67) def Bacchus Marsh 5.3  (33) 1 Sunbury...................... 16 157.79 17 Daylesford . ................ 0 21.86
Eagles 10 def BM Stars 0 North Ballarat 7.7  (49) def Mount Clear 3.4  (22) 2 East Point.................... 16 147.92 B Grade
Seniors 3 North Ballarat City...... 12 113.97 1 Learmonth ............... 24 257.61
Lake Wendouree 3.3  (21) def Sebastopol 2.4  (16) 2 Hepburn .................. 20 229.25
Wednesday Night  4 Lake Wendouree..........8 136.36
U/13 Seniors 3 Ballan ............................. 173.39
Jayes 41 def Eynesbury Ladies 10 5 Ballarat..........................8 104.76 4 Newlyn ..................... 20 159.32
Redan 8.6  (54) def Bacchus Marsh 4.5  (29) 6 Bacchus Marsh...............8 95.63 5 Springbank .............. 20 137.87
Clovers 31 def Hotshots Snr 14
North Ballarat 7.6  (48) def Mount Clear 2.1  (13) 7 Melton.............................8 86.29 6 Buninyong ................ 20 125.00
Devils Snr 43 def Power 9 7 Rokewood . .............. 18 108.57
Lake Wendouree 6.10  (46) def Sebastopol 0.1  (1) 8 Melton South...................4 81.69
Strike 37 def Eureka 30 9 Darley..............................4 80.69 8 Clunes . .................... 16 127.69
Squad Teams East Point 10.9  (69) def Darley 1.0  (6) 9 Waubra ....................... 12 91.18
10 Sebastopol.................... 4 64.74 10 Bungaree ............... 10 118.44
Victorious Secret Angels 2 lost BM Firetails 20 U/13 Reserves 11 Redan............................ 4 51.52 11 Creswick .................... 8 81.31
Jade Stars 11 lost BM Firetails 35 Ballarat Swans 21.5  (131) def Ballarat Storm 0.0  (0) 12 Dunnstown ................. 8 80.32
B Grade 13 Carngham .................. 8 78.22
Redan 7.5  (47) def Bacchus Marsh 0.0  (0) 14 Gordon ....................... 8 68.75
1 Lake Wendouree........ 16 157.76
Ballan Brumbies Basketball North Ballarat 8.12  (60) def Mount Clear 1.1  (7) 2 East Point....................12 150.38
15 Skipton ....................... 4 73.53
16 Daylesford . ................ 0 29.91
Results – Week ending Sunday 19 May Lake Wendouree 13.9  (87) def Sebastopol 1.2  (8) 3 Ballarat........................12 148.57 17 Beaufort ..................... 0 27.78
Darley 3.3  (21) def East Point 0.0  (0) 4 Bacchus Marsh........... 12 115.83 C Grade
Under 10 Boys 1 Hepburn ................... 24 212.08
5 Melton South...............12 106.50
Ballan White 7 lost Excies Acmy 12 U/11 Seniors 2 Ballan ....................... 22 156.12
6 Sunbury........................8 184.03
Ballan Blue 17 lost Wildcats 26 Redan 1.6  (12) def Bacchus Marsh 1.4  (10) 3 Learmonth ............... 20 186.52
7 Melton............................. 4 87.93 4 Springbank .............. 20 172.34
Under 10 Girls Mount Clear 4.5  (29) def North Ballarat 3.2  (20) 8 Sebastopol......................4 50.00 5 Creswick .................. 16 144.30
Ballan 30 def Phoenix 4 Sebastopol 3.5  (23) def Lake Wendouree 3.5  (23) 9 North Ballarat City..........4 50.00 6 Buninyong ................. 16 117.93
Under 12 Boys 10 Redan............................ 4 47.92 7 Bungaree ................. 16 115.98
East Point 5.4  (34) def Darley 4.4  (28) 8 Waubra ...................... 12 99.36
Ballan White 18 lost Sovereign Knights 20 11 Darley............................0 66.83
9 Newlyn ....................... 12 96.30
Ballan Blue 22 lost Phoenix 23 10 Clunes . .................... 12 64.29
C Grade 11 Skipton .....................12 96.45
Under 12 Girls 12 Carngham ................ 10 94.06
1 Lake Wendouree........16 149.43
Ballan 27 def Wildcats Gold 2 2 Bacchus Marsh........... 16 137.38 13 Dunnstown . ............. 10 92.81
Under 14 Boys 14 Rokewood .................. 8 84.56
3 Sunbury......................12 208.33 15 Gordon ....................... 4 60.29
Ballan White 20 lost Drummo Dragons Green 52 4 East Point.................... 12 140.18 16 Beaufort ..................... 4 41.83
Ballan Blue 37 def Phoenix White 12 5 Ballarat.......................... 8 116.91 17 Daylesford . ................ 0 37.69
6 Melton...........................8 103.94 17&Under
Under 14 Girls
Ballan 14 lost Celtic Tigers 16
Bacchus Marsh Soccer 7 Darley.............................. 4 76.71 1 Learmonth ............... 24 239.73
2 Hepburn ................... 24 162.60
Under 16 Boys Results - Round 6 8 Redan..............................4 62.81 3 Bungaree ................. 20 252.87
9 Sebastopol......................4 53.33 4 Newlyn ..................... 20 195.89
Ballan 38 lost Celtic Tiger Red 50 Under 12s Open
10 North Ballarat City........4 40.34 5 Springbank .............. 16 149.21
Under 16 Girls Bacchus Marsh Blue (4) def Forest Rangers (1) 11 Melton South.................0 63.72 6 Ballan ....................... 16 121.70
Ballan 30 def Sovereign Knights Purple 17 Goals - Adam Farren (1), Archie Frazzetto (1), 7 Daylesford ............... 16 119.85
8 Waubra .................... 12 119.29
Under 18 Boys Noah Van Orsouw (1), Lachlan Hill (1) D Grade 9 Buninyong ................ 12 112.31
Ballan 14 lost Celtic Tigers Yellow 33 1 Bacchus Marsh...........16 196.00 10 Dunnstown . ........... 12 111.84
Under 13s Open
2 East Point.................... 16 141.38 11 Clunes .................... 12 106.09
Bacchus Marsh (5) def Ballarat City (0) 3 Lake Wendouree........12 200.00 12 Skipton ..................... 10 69.54
Goals - Aaron Ciangura (1), Cameron Gilliland (2), 4 Sunbury......................12 153.85 13 Creswick .................... 8 65.71
Glenn Hobert (2) 14 Gordon ....................... 6 38.74
5 Melton South................. 8 141.79 15 Rokewood .................. 4 52.00
Under 14s Open 6 Melton...........................8 123.53 16 Carngham .................. 4 49.25
7 Ballarat..........................8 106.30 17 Beaufort ..................... 0 18.96
Bacchus Marsh Blue (1) def Ballarat (0) 15&Under
8 North Ballarat City..........4 66.97
Goal - David Dillon (1) 9 Sebastopol......................4 45.24 1 Hepburn ................... 24 208.60
2 Learmonth ............... 24 198.21
Senior Men Division 1 10 Redan............................4 35.33 3 Buninyong ................ 20 208.47
Bacchus Marsh (2) drew Ballarat North United (2) 11 Darley............................0 30.94 4 Bungaree ................. 20 136.46
5 Waubra .................... 20 126.00
Ballan Golf Club Goals - Thomas Shaw (2) E Grade 6 Creswick .................. 16 145.22
1 Melton......................... 16 241.67 7 Springbank .............. 16 139.00
Results - Week ending Saturday 18 May 8 Carngham ................... 16 91.11
2 Ballarat........................12 149.25 9 Daylesford ............... 12 129.89
Wednesday– Stableford 3 Melton South.................8 164.71 10 Newlyn ..................... 12 86.36
(Men’s & Ladies) 4 East Point......................8 156.06 11 Skipton ....................... 8 64.15
Winner Jimmy Walsh (19) 39 points, 5 Bacchus Marsh.............8 138.75 12 Beaufort ..................... 8 62.60
R/up Bob Arklay (6) 37 points. 6 Sunbury........................8 100.00 13 Clunes ........................ 8 59.18
NTPs - 12th Anthony Moore, 15th Hugh Miller.   14 Dunnstown . ............... 4 73.17
7 North Ballarat City..........8 89.66 15 Ballan ......................... 4 67.96
Magpie - 14th Bob Arklay. 8 Sebastopol......................8 80.00 16 Gordon ....................... 4 51.26
Saturday Stableford 9 Redan.............................. 8 71.01 17 Rokewood .................. 0 32.70
10 Lake Wendouree..........4 61.21 13&Under
(4th Round House Teams) 1 Carngham ............... 24 864.29
11 Darley............................ 0 17.86
A Grade 2 Learmonth ............... 24 461.54
Winner Les Martin (12) 35 points. 3 Bungaree ................. 20 243.28
19&Under 4 Dunnstown . ............. 20 227.16
R/up Michael Di Fiore (11) 34 points. 1 Ballarat........................16 404.92 5 Hepburn ................... 20 212.94
B Grade 2 North Ballarat City......12 216.67 6 Skipton ..................... 16 217.81
3 Melton South...............12 162.50 7 Newlyn ..................... 16 127.40
Winner on the day Travis Preston (22) 37 points. 8 Springbank ............... 16 121.74
R/up Tony Ryan (16) 35 points. 4 Sunbury......................12 153.85 9 Daylesford ................ 14 101.12
NTPs - 12th Jimmy Walsh. 15th Jason Bonar. 5 Melton..........................12 106.82 10 Waubra .................... 12 76.07
Magpies - 14th Travis Preston. 18th Jimmy Walsh. 6 Lake Wendouree..........8 105.56 11 Clunes ...................... 12 37.50
7 Redan..............................8 85.58 12 Buninyong .................. 8 55.80
Balls (6), Cut-off 33 points on c/b 8 East Point........................4 83.70 13 Ballan ......................... 6 23.47
Les Martin, Travis Preston, Tony Ryan, Michael Di Fiore, 14 Gordon ....................... 4 48.21
9 Darley..............................4 58.24 15 Rokewood .................. 4 35.90
Andrew Carton, Jimmy Walsh. 10 Sebastopol....................4 12.62 16 Creswick ...................... 0 7.41
11 Bacchus Marsh.............0 38.97 17 Beaufort ....................... 0 5.63
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BFNL – Interleague Ballarat Junior


Results v Hampden FNL Football
FOOTBALL: Seniors
Hampden FNL 20.15 (135) def Ballarat FNL 8.13 (61) League
Ballarat Goal Kickers – J Johnston 2, A Willitts, L Carter 1, Team % PTS
L George, B Kight, J Landt U/17 Seniors
Best Players – G Valles, J Landt, M Conn, L Watkins, 1   Ballarat Swans..........307.30 16      
L Bramble, B Edwards 2   Darley........................133.54 16      
Ballarat Best on Ground – Grant Valles (Sunbury) 3   Redan........................ 149.17 12      
Under 19s 4   North Ballarat............118.48 12      
5   Mount Clear................97.06 8       
Ballarat East 10.9 (69) def Ballarat West 4.7 (31)
6   Lake Wendouree........92.59 8       
Ballarat East Goal Kickers – B Landt 3, J Whitehead 2, 7   Bacchus Marsh...........50.47 8       
A Azzopardi, B Colley 1, J Cadman, R Porter 8   East Point....................58.26 4       
Best Players – J Cadman, B Colley, L Goater, B McMahon, U/17 Reserves
J Bewley, B Landt 1   Redan........................274.46 16      
The Under 9/10 athletes at the start-line for their 1500m event.
Ballarat West Goal Kickers – M Judd 2, F Loader 1, L Phillips 2   Ballarat Swans.......... 179.10 16      
Photo - submitted
Best Players – L Phillips, L Prendergast, E Lamb, 3   Darley..........................96.65 16      
J Lohmann, I Pertzel, M Aikman Ballarat East Best on 4   North Ballarat.............. 96.11 16      
Ground – Blake Colley (Darley) Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics 5   Mount Clear..............162.62 14      
Prior to races commencing at Lady Northcote Camp, Rowsley the athletes joined the Centre 6   Lake Wendouree........81.23 6       
Ballarat Best on Ground – Liam Phillips (Redan)
Education Officer, Bethan White for a walk around the course and warm-up. This will now 7   Bacchus Marsh...........27.96 4       
NETBALL: Open 8   Sebastopol..................55.99 0       
Hampden (55) def Ballarat (44) be weekly routine for the Centre and all athletes.
U/15 Seniors
Ballarat Best on court – Kirsty Walsh The Under 11 and 12s were the first race for the morning, as they completed 2 laps of a 1km 1   East Point..................720.63 20      
course. After the first lap Oliver Carr held a very narrow lead over Mackenzie Estlick. The 2   Mount Clear..............168.78 16      
second half of the race saw Mackenzie’s experience show out as she took control of the race 3   Bacchus Marsh........... 69.74 12      
and cross the finish line to claim an 8-second victory over Oliver, with the much-improved 4   North Ballarat............213.64 10      
Hannah Lee in 3rd place. 5   Redan...........................81.11 10      
The Under 9 and 10 athletes competed over a 1500m distance; 1 lap of the 1km course 6   Lake Wendouree........61.92 10      
finishing with a lap of the 500m course. This race was the highlight of the day with Nicholas 7   Sebastopol..................58.30 10      
Ide and Oliver Quick battling out over the entire race. While Nick led for the majority of the 8   Darley..........................32.54 4       
race, Oliver was hot on his heels with both boys showing great friendly competitiveness. The 9   Ballarat Swans............20.20 4       
final result came right down to the finish with Nick taking the win in 6:19.39 mins and Oliver U/15 Reserves
1   North Ballarat............265.91 20      
2nd with a PB of 6:20.75 mins. Under 9 athlete Patrick Lovett finished in 3rd place, 1st for his
2   Sebastopol................ 151.92 16      
age group. Imogen Lidgett-Egan was the first girl home. 3   East Point..................126.62 12      
The enthusiastic Under 6s were next up for the day. Little separated both Harrison Johansen 4   Redan.......................... 98.17 12      
and Imogen Borg as they ran neck and neck for the 500m race. Harrison’s fast finish saw him 5   Bacchus Marsh...........89.76 8       
claim his first Cross Country win. 6   Lake Wendouree........64.66 8       
The Under 7 & 8 athletes were next to tackle the 1km course. After a fast start, athletes 7   Mount Clear.................87.12 4       
settled in as they headed out around the surrounds of the campgrounds. Harrison Lovett 8   Ballarat Swans............27.68 4       
Darley Sportsman’s Night Function quickly opened up a lead over the rest of the field and was never threatened throughout the 9   Darley............................0.00 4       
U/13 Seniors
‘Fair line up’ - Darley FNC President Mark Shelly, Ang race and went on to claim a convincing win. Meanwhile, Myah Estlick came from behind to
Christou, Greg Williams, Darley FNC Coach Heath storm home and pip Mathilde Grant on the line, recording a PB performance. 1   East Point..................224.04 16      
Scotland, Joe Hasham, Brendan Fevola, Luther Baker, Ben 2   Bacchus Marsh......... 191.76 16      
The Open age athletes were the final event as they completed 3 laps of the 1km course. The 3   Ballarat Swans..........166.33 12      
Johnson, Shane Page, Anthony Koutafides, Chris Johnson Under 13 girls dominated the 3km race with Elise Cook taking the win, Dannielle Ide in
and Doug Hawkins make up an all-star cast at Darley’s 4   Redan........................129.22 12      
2ndplace and Tryah Doyle in 3rd. 5   Lake Wendouree...... 128.74 12      
Sportsman’s Night held at the clubrooms last Saturday
night. PHOTOS - submitted This week’s meet will be held at Caledonian Park (Jopling Street), Ballan. 6   North Ballarat..............86.09 12      
7   Darley..........................64.08 8       
CHNL - Interleague 8   Mount Clear................55.56 8       
9   Sebastopol..................24.02 4       
The Championship Senior Netball Match was held between Central Highlands Netball U/13 Reserves
1   Darley........................547.50 20      
League and North Central Netball Association last Saturday at Learmonth Recreation 2   Redan........................ 517.50 20      
Reserve. 3   Ballarat Swans........1108.33 16      
The Central Highlands team were led by Coach Jordan O’Keefe (Learmonth) and the 4   North Ballarat........... 822.86 16      
team members were: 5   Lake Wendouree......128.38 8       
6   Mount Clear................34.62 8       
Eleisha Phelps (Captain) - Learmonth, Ellen Milera - Rokewood, 7   East Point.................... 60.13 4       
Jedda Heard - Learmonth,  Katelyn Sutton - Learmonth, 8   Bacchus Marsh........... 44.12 4       
Lucy Gstrien - Ballan, Madison Davis - Clunes, 9   Ballarat Storm.............10.05 4       
10  Sebastopol...................6.81 0       
Nicole O’Brien - Learmonth, Ruby Parry - Rokewood, U/11 Seniors
Shianne Milera – Rokewood, Cassie Peace - Rokewood, 1   Ballarat Swans..........182.26 20      
Kathryn O’Dwyer – Bungaree 2   East Point..................129.46 12      
3   Mount Clear..............122.55 12      
Shelley Lockhart, CHNL Recording Secretary said the match was a great game of skill 4   Bacchus Marsh......... 115.73 12      
and sportsmanship. 5   Redan..........................66.67 12      
“The final score does not reflect the closeness of the game,” she said. 6   Lake Wendouree......106.40 10      
7   Sebastopol..................78.81 10      
CHNL 71 defeated NCNA 30.
8   North Ballarat.............. 98.17 4       
The best players chosen by the umpires and were Jedda Heard (CHNL) and Suzannah 9   Darley..........................95.08 4       
Fawcett (NCNA). 10  Ballarat Storm............55.00 4       
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This is a restless week filled with more prospects than
actual events. Writing in general, poetry in particular is
favoured around Friday. Watch the tendency toward say-

Stars & Puzzles


ing yes when you mean no!
LEO—July 23-August 22
The financial picture brightens and romance glows, but
your workload gets increasingly dull. A Gemini may in-
fluence you - be receptive to his or her ideas. Planning in
general is favoured on the weekend.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
QUICK PUZZLE Moderation is stressed all week. In romance, be more

★★★★★★★★ ✯✯✯✯✯✯
open, in friendship, more discreet. There may be some
roadblocks at the workplace - be cool in temperament
and more cordial with superiors.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
★★★★★★★★ Romance may be in a slump, but it is only temporary.
Your social scene may be bright over the weekend. Your
intuition is high until Sunday. This week expect some
unexpected happenings.
ARIES—March 21-April 20
Work with facts and be suspect of easy solutions. Ariens SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
may figure in the friendship picture and a Leo could make The accent is on communication and investigation. This
your workload more fun to deal with. is an important time to sort out priorities. Expected cash
TAURUS—April 21-May 22 may not arrive when expected, look into the delay.
A minor financial setback needn’t cause major gloom. SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
Examine weaknesses, look at trends and plan directions
for the coming week. Play up creative skills and look This is a mobile week. You are clocking extra kilometers
into health programmes. in the car or on shank’s pony. Singles could be more
demonstrative, marrieds more inventive. Attention to
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 financial details is critical.
Creative work is favoured together with salesmanship. CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
The accent is also on nutrition and outdoor activities this
week. Don’t try to avoid issues, else they can turn into A good sense of humour wins you the plaudits of superi-
showdown situations. ors. Relatives can be less than diplomatic, but in family
affairs your best profile is a low one.
CANCER—June 22-July 22
NO. 9101 This is a restless week filled with more prospects than AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
ACROSS DOWN actual events. Writing in general, poetry in particular is Don’t be afraid to question anyone’s motives, including
6. Seldom (10) 1. Crazy (6) favoured around Friday. Watch the tendency toward say- your own. A relative may need your crying shoulder over
8. Absent (4) 2. Liberty (7) ing yes when you mean no! the weekend. Financial transactions are accelerated
9. Secure (4) 3. Wriggle (6) Thursday - Friday.
LEO—July 23-August 22
10. Entomb (5) 4. Vanquished (6) PISCES—February 20-March 20
11. Sort (4) 5. Begin (5) The financial picture brightens and romance glows, but
your workload gets increasingly dull. A Gemini may in- A friendship is proven and loved ones seem more
12. Advise (9) 7. Glad (5) fluence you - be receptive to his or her ideas. Planning in attentive. Watch out for paperwork - it’s piling high and
16. Clumsy (9) 13. Fish (3) general is favoured on the weekend. you should think seriously about getting some help.
20. Cudgel (4) 14. Outline (7)
22. Stratum (5) 15. Shut (5) VIRGO—August 23-September 22 BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
23. Nourish (4) 17. Refuge (6) You have a lovely way with people and plants - they all
Moderation is stressed all week. In romance, be more
24. Capital city (4) 18. Stop (6) open, in friendship, more discreet. There may be some thrive when you are in the area. On the other hand, you
25. Barrister (10) 19. Freezer (6) roadblocks at the workplace - be cool in temperament can lack fexibility. This year could offer more thought
21. Obstruct (5) and more cordial with superiors. than activity.
CRYPTIC PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22
ACROSS
Romance may be in a slump, but it is only temporary.
6. Ingeniously alter the heart beat in it, but not in time Your social scene may be bright over the weekend. Your

SUDOKU
(6,4). 8. Alternatively tips “Confederate”... (4). 9. ...and intuition is high until Sunday. This week expect some
you can back her, too (4). 10. Back comes a right with a unexpected happenings.
fine left to follow (5). 11. It’s a non-alcoholic drink, officer
(4). 12.Is it insufficient for tea? (9). 16. Sucking up with SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
“Most interesting” (9). 20. A tot crawling in the garden
(4). 22. Remains of the rice pudding left inside (5). 23. A
sharp letter? (4). 24. Singer anxious to retire (4). 25. In
NUMBER GAME
The accent is on communication and investigation. This
is an important time to sort out priorities. Expected cash
may not arrive when expected, look into the delay.
which you said “Consomme” to the waiter? (5,5).
ANSWER BELOW
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
DOWN
1. Start the motor boat (6). 2. Tear off into the scene of This is a mobile week. You are clocking extra kilometers
action (7). 3. Notices he gets paid for (6). 4. Want to in the car or on shank’s pony. Singles could be more
know if mother has gone over the material (6). 5. Large demonstrative, marrieds more inventive. Attention to
mare cantering round a field (5). 7. Criticise the shade financial details is critical.
of grey (5). 13. It’s a ship, twit! (3). 14. Either give one- CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
self up completely to or chuck up (7). 15. Not much to
look at and that’s flat (5). 17. Double up, you reveal, in A good sense of humour wins you the plaudits of superi-
ors. Relatives can be less than diplomatic, but in family
quarters (6). 18. Taking a firm stand on dogs, as it hap- affairs your best profile is a low one.
pens (6). 19. Spot the placard (6). 21. Darling, he was a
cricketer (5). AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
Don’t be afraid to question anyone’s motives, including
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9100
17, Bi-llet. 18, OC-curs. 19, Notice. 21, Grace (Darling).
your own. A relative may need your crying shoulder over
the weekend. Financial transactions are accelerated
QUICK SOLUTIONS
Rea-L-m. 7, Slate. 13, A-SS. 14, Abandon. 15, Plain. Thursday - Friday.
Across - 1, Machiavellian. 8, Reels. 9, Chronic. 10, Gan-
Down - 1, Launch. 2, Th-eatr-e. 3, Critic. 4, Dam-ask. 5, PISCES—February 20-March 20
net. 11, Pebble. 12, Photo. 14, Ember. 18, Admire. 20,
A friendship is proven and loved ones seem more
Slug. 22, Re-l-ic. 23, Note. 24, Diva (rev.). 25, Clear voice.
Blouse. 23, Lettuce. 24, Doubt. 25, Perpendicular.
attentive. Watch out for paperwork - it’s piling high and
10, Tr-AI-L. 11, Mate. 12, Short-cake. 16, Absorbing. 20,
Down - 1, Mirage. 2, Clean. 3, Inspect. 4, Vice. 5, Large.
you should think seriously about getting some help.
Across - 6, R-ather late. 8, Al(ternative)ly. 9, Anna (rev.).
6, Ignoble. 7, Nickel. 13, Hamster. 15, Melodic. 16, Wal-
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
lop. 17, Setter. 19, Route. 21, Usual. 22, Mend. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
lum. 18, Arrest. 19, Icebox. 21, Block. You have a lovely way with people and plants - they all
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS thrive when you are in the area. On the other hand, you
Across - 1, Pain in the neck. 8, Leads. 9, Triplet. 10,
Start. 7, Happy. 13, Eel. 14, Profile. 15, Close. 17, Asy-
can lack fexibility. This year could offer more thought
Shower. 11, Star-V-e. 12, Horde (hoard). 14, O-the-r.
Down - 1, Insane. 2, Freedom. 3, Squirm. 4, Beaten. 5,
than activity.
18, Tr-eat-y. 20, Ra-is-in. 23, T-rain-ee. 24, Spa-re. 25,
Layer. 23, Feed. 24, Oslo. 25, Counsellor.
Harsh sentence.
Type. 12, Recommend. 16, Maladroit. 20, Club. 22,
Down - 1, Polish. 2, I-dah-O. 3, I-nste-AD. 4, Tote (m)
Across - 6, Infrequent. 8, Away. 9, Safe. 10, Inter. 11,
pole). 5, Ex-Ist. 6, Enlarge. 7, Kitten. 13, Open air (anag.).
QUICK SOLUTIONS
15, Trans-I-t . 16, Stitch. 17, Ann-ex-e. 19, Ten-c-h. 21,
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9101
Sp-a-in. 22, Here (hear).
Sport/Motoring
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Ballan Cricket Club 2018/19 Presentation


BC
   C
allan
ricket
lub
Over 130 people have attended the club’s presentation
evening.
The night began with a welcome by President Noel Heafield
and an early, unexpected, Life Membership presentations.
Recipients David Gardiner and Justin Cameron was
presented with this Honour by senior cricket coach, Mick
Loughnane and past player, coach and Life Member, David
McConnell.
The junior coaches Anthony McIlwaine, Troy Connor,
Peter McGregor, Chris Stirling and Jason McEgan presented
various trophies to their respective teams.
The ‘Leigh Conroy Memorial Best Clubman’ was awarded to
Glenn Easterbrook and Michael Vallance for the outstanding
and unselfish work they both put into the club. Michael
Conroy presented the Shield both.
The senior awards followed with the 3rd XI Cricketer of the
Year presented by Paul Dehnert to Roger Taylor.
The 2nd XI ‘Chris Mullane Cricketer of the Year’ going to
Captain Shane Newton.
David McConnell was again called on to present the Ballan
Cricket Club Champion to Michael Snaith. Topping off a
great year for him after also taking out the top BCA award of
the Bernie Davey Medal. The U15s on the night with coaches, Chris Stirling and Jason McEgan.

New Life Members, David Gardiner & Justin Cameron. Noel Heafield MC and Club President. Roger Taylor, 3rd XI Cricket of the Year.

Best Clubmen Glenn Easterbrook and Michael Vallance (KB) with


Michael Conroy. Shane Newton, 2nd XI Cricket of the Year. Club Champion, Michael Snaith. Photos Chris Thom

Sell it Local for Less Sell with a photo - $20 per edition or $50 for 3 months. Simply email
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2002 FORD AU UTE


HYUNDAI ELANTRA 2009 KIA GRAND CARNIVAL
Automatic, dual fuel, towbar,
2013 HOLDEN CALAIS 99 TRITON UTE SX auto, black, alloy wheels, CHRYSLER NEWPORT large aluminium tray, 2 tool One owner, white,
Immaculate condition, 283,000 km, engine GC, auto, Reg until July 2019, UVL832. 1973 Chrysler Newport. boxes, 80% tyre tread, new air great condition,
White 6 cylinder, air, immobiliser, cruise, CD, One owner purchased new. Partially restored, left hand cond., recent engine/trans/ well serviced,
Well serviced and garaged. tow pack. Straight, no dents. Regular service, mech. very drive. Genuine buyers only. diff replaced, fully serviced, 200K+ mostly country kms,
93,000 mostly country KMs. Great work or play ute. Unreg. sound. Ideal first car. Registered (WBN436). new rear disks and pads, 12 Reg (XDG365), RWC,
Reg. Oct 2019 (IAF6TR) Vin MMBCRK650XD020336 131,465km. $5500 ono $15,000 negotiable. months reg. (ULH188). $7,000. BacchusMarsh,
$18000 PH: 0420 740 666 $850 ono. Ph: 0422 982 274 Ph 5370 1022 or 0404 038 064 Phone 0488 782 555 $3,500 ONO Ph 0400 127 814 Phone 0418 597 226

Closing Business Sale


New plate compactor,
only 8 hours work,
warranty May 2019, $1500.
1989 VISCOUNT POP-TOP Fire prevention pump, $500.
WINDSOR WINDCHEATER Tandem wheels, Twin single
2002 Pop Top, 10 months reg, beds. Gas oven/hot plates, Hitachi metal bench saw,
MOTORISED BIKE MOTOR BIKE New tyres, New water tank, Water tank. Fridge-gas/ $200. Electric concrete
12 months old, as new, 2005 Harley-Davidson electric, electric freezer. Bottle
Gas/elec fridge, 2 single beds, vibrator, $250. Plus other

SOLD
x11200c Sportster Custom, SKID STEER gas, roller sun shade includes
never used. Very Good Condition, Toyota 7 Jobsun, 4 cyl Diesel, 1 couch, microwave, Roller tools and machinery.
annex. Lots storage cupboards.
Cost $1000 to install motor. 29,000kms, Reg for 6mths new battery, runs and works sunshade, Bottle gas, Many
$1000 Ph 5300 5698
Rego (P-62568) 22 July 2019. Phone 5368 2339
(Rego IA802) well. 1200 hours on the clock. cupboards, Double wardrobe. Priced to sell $8,200
or 0416 955 138 $9,500 – Ph 0401 843 600 $4500 ono - Ph 0410 536 764 $11,500. Ph 0417 505 732. Ph 0488 009 233
between 7pm – 9pm
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BACCHUS
MARSH

GREAT WINTER WARMERS


GREAT DELIVERED
FRESH
PRICE! DAILY

$
9 24 $
8 19
99 $ 99 99 $ 99
KG KG KG KG

Australian Beef Yearling Chicken Breast Fillets


Australian Diced Beef Scotch Fillet Steak (skin off) Fresh Flake

$
7 15 $
4 21
99 $ 99 99 $ 99
KG
KG KG KG

SAVE SAVE SAVE

Shortcut Bacon
6
$ 00 Easy Cut Ham
Off the Bone
$5 00
Fresh Riccotta Cheese
$
600 South Australian
Cooked Prawns 16/20

1kg 3kg BAKED BAKED


PACK NEW PACK FRESH FRESH
SEASON INSTORE INSTORE

2 3 1 3
2 FOR

5
$ 99
EA
$ 99
EA $ $ 79
EA
$ 99
EA

SAVE SAVE

Prepacked Pink Lady Apples


Prepacked
Navel Oranges Hass Avocados White Rolls 6 Pack 20 ¢
Banana Bread 400g
$ 30
1

1/2 1/2 1/2 40¢PER ROLL

PRICE PRICE PRICE

4
$ $
4 10 $
3 $
3
50 $ 50 30 20
EA EA EA EA

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Pepsi or Schweppes Nescafé Coffee
Don Frankfurts SAVE Mrs Macs Pies SAVE Cans 24 Pack x SAVE FROM Mix Sachets 10 Pack SAVE FROM Sorbent Toilet SAVE FROM
Skin-On or Footy
Franks 375/500g 1
$ 60 4 Pack 700g
$0.64 per 100g
$ 2 90 375ml Varieties
$1.55 per litre
$ 10 50 Selected Varieties
$0.33 each
$ 3 30 Tissue 8 Pack
$0.22 per 100 sheets
$ 320
Grants Scotch
or Vodka O
700ml

2 FOR 2 FOR
$ 92
$
34 EA $ 30
SAVE SAVE SAVE

Great Northern Super Crisp Cans


30 Pack x 375ml
$ 22 00 $ 9 00 De Bortoli Cask 4 Litre
(excludes old tawny port and Liq Muscat)
$ 1000
ON SALE WEDNESDAY 22ND MAY TO TUESDAY 28TH MAY 2019

FOODWORKS BACCHUS MARSH


1-9 Bennett Street, Bacchus Marsh
Phone: 5367 3388
Limit rights reserved. Persons under the age of 18 will not be served alcohol or tobacco. FoodWorks Bacchus Marsh supports the responsible service and consumption of alcohol.