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28 Bayview Drive, Cowes
$320 per week
A large family home awaits!
Set over a single level, with 3 bedrooms,
two living areas and a well established
garden, a very comfortable home
awaits. Available in late January, inspec-
tions are by appointment only.
18 Anglers Road, Sunderland Bay
$370 per week
Large 3 bedroom home
This 3 bedroom, brick veneer home is
located within easy reach of all that the
Island has to offer. Only a few minute’s
walk to the ocean beach, and a short
drive to Cowes & the bay beaches.
Currently tenanted, all inspections are
strictly by appointment only.
60 Thompson Ave, Cowes
FIRST NATIONAL REAL ESTATE
3 /4 Highland Avenue, Cowes
$220 per week
Lots Of Natural Light
Super cute unit situated at rear of a small
block of three, complete privacy, bright
and light property, open plan, sun filled
lounge, dining and kitchen, split system
heating/cooling, polished floors, large
north facing courtyard, 2 car spaces, fully
Contact the holiday
60 Thompson Ave, Cowes 5952 3922
Where outstanding service and care
of your property is guaranteed
DeClutter & Organize
Need help sorting what to keep? What to throw out?
Selling, buying, moving, renting or just finishing touches
Sources products and services, arranges properties for
holidays, renovations or selling, organises offices,
houses, garages or cupboards!
Call Jane 0456 166 594
PROOF TO JANE
PROPOSAL TO UPGRADE AN EXISTING MOBILE PHONE BASE
STATION AT COWES
As part of a national infrastructure project plan to upgrade an
existing telecommunications facility at 2210 Phillip Island Road,
Cowes VIC 3922 (Optus Ref: M0174 Cowes).
1. The proposed upgrade consists of -
The replacement of three (3) existing panel antennas
with six (6) new panel antennas (not more than 2.8m
in length) to be installed on the existing monopole;
The installation of associated ancillary equipment,
including Remote Radio Units (RRU’s) to generally be
installed behind the antennas and works within the
existing equipment shelter.
2. Optus regards the proposed installation as a Low-impact
Facility under the Telecommunications (Low-impact Facilities)
Determination 1997 ("The Determination") based on the
3. Further information including an EME Report can be obtained
from – Kelly Nelson, Planning Officer at Visionstream Pty. Ltd.
Ph: 1300 551 915 or 03 9258 5805 Email:
email@example.com and at
4. The proposed infrastructure will be in compliance with the
ACMA EMR regulatory arrangements.
5. We invite you to make a submission. Written submissions should
be sent to: Visionstream Pty Ltd – PO Box 4087 McKinnon LPO,
McKinnon VIC 3204 by 5pm Wednesday 20th January 2016.
Phillip Island Lions Club
Dunsmore Road, Cowes (next toTransfer Station)
Heaps of second hand furniture, whitegoods
and household goods for sale
OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY
Leslie 0419 006 062 or Yvonne 0413 140 334, 5952 2140
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED & DONATIONS WELCOME
“In its Annual Quality of Care Report, BCH published a
photo of Mr Kevin O’Brien in the falls section of the report.
Mr O’Brien was not attending a falls group but was in fact
attending rehabilitation after a knee replacement. We
are sorry for any concern that the use of this photograph
had caused to Mr O’Brien and his family and would like
to assure the community that the use of this photo in this
manner was unintended on the part of BCH. We wish Mr
O’Brien good health in the future.”
Nominations are called for the election of seven
members to fill the following Committee Positions:
Nominations open Wednesday, December 16 2015.
Nominations close Friday, January 15, 2016 at 5pm.
Phillip Island RSL Sub-Branch Inc. ABN 62187 546 251
P.O. Box 503 Cowes Vic 3922
Telephone 5952 1004 Facsimile 5952 1919 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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THE Bass Coast Coun-
cil has been unable to
respond positively to a
petition signed by 160 Da-
lyston residents, request-
ing the establishment of
a playground for children
Currently, there is no
public playground in Da-
lyston, which is growing
The 2013 Dalyston Rec-
reation Reserve Master
Plan identified a future
playground site within the
Dalyston Recreation Re-
However, the location
is where the reserve’s
change rooms sit.
A council officer’s report
on the request states that
as such, erecting a play-
ground relies on the footy
before a playground can
Unfortunately, due to
the layout of the reserve
there is no other suitable
site within the reserve for
Structure Plan identifies
open space within a pro-
posed northern Dalyston
residential precinct, and
for a developer to pro-
vide land for a 2.8 hect-
are park, playground and
However, the develop-
ment has not commenced.
According to council of-
ficers, there are no other
suitable locations within
the Dalyston township to
build a local level play-
ground, short of purchas-
On this basis, council-
lors voted to advise pe-
titioners that council is
unable to develop a play-
ground for Dalyston chil-
dren at the present time.
Ward councillor Bradley
Drew said the fact council
was unable to accommo-
date a playground shows
that council has failed to
plan in the past and has
let the community down.
“Dalyston is a growing
community. Certainly in
the future we will have
to consider a facility for
youngsters in Dalyston,”
“Currently, we can’t pro-
vide a playground. A need
has been identified and
we will pursue funding for
this at a later date.”
agreed with Cr Drew, and
Cr Clare Le Serve thanked
the petitioners for bringing
the community need to the
attention of councillors.
Cr Neil Rankine encour-
aged the community to get
behind ‘hamlet planning’.
“Not many people got
involved (in the Dalyston
Structure Plan), the com-
munity have an opportu-
nity to make things hap-
pen,” he said.
No playground for Dalyston’s kids
Jyoti and Vikas Sharma, of Cowes, are the proud
parents of a new baby girl.
Kavish Sharma was born at Bass Coast Health
on December 10.
San Remo couple Rebecca Blundy and Trevor
Munro are the proud parents of a baby girl. Finn
Lily Munro was born at Bass Coast Health on
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