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68 hours per fortnight (9 shifts) –
may include weekends as part of the roster
We are seeking an enthusiastic Cleaner to work part-
time in our Environmental Services Department. The
successful applicant requires excellent communication
skills and a commitment to person-centred care.
Experience in cleaning is essential.
For further information or to obtain a
Position Description, please contact:
Merran Sice - email to
Applications, including a cover letter and 2 professional
referrees should be addressed to Shane McRae, Hotel
Applications close on Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Build your hospitality career
with Pino's Trattoria
We are seeking passionate, friendly enthusiastic and
vibrant hospitality professionals to expand our dedicated
team in the following positions:
Experienced Food & Beverage
Wait Staff (RSA required)
Applicants must consider prior to submitting their
resumes, Pino's is a fast paced busy work environment
that strives to deliver high level of service and product.
Must be eager to work, fit and energetic.
To submit your resume or for further information
on positions please call Romina 5952 2808
or email: email@example.com
7/83 Chapel Street, Cowes
$275 per week
Conveniently located near the main
shopping strip of Cowes, you can leave
the car at home and walk to everything.
Consisting of 2 bedrooms, main bath-
room plus powder room, open plan
kitchen & dining area that opens out to
a private rear courtyard.
306/1 The Esplanade, Cowes
$230 per week
This beautiful apartment is located on
the top floor of The Waves building.
Featuring amazing views, lovely sunny
north facing decking, kitchenette and
elevator access right at your door. Prop-
erty is available now and comes fully fur-
60 Thompson Ave, Cowes
FIRST NATIONAL REAL ESTATE
18 Anglers Road, Sunderland Bay
$370 per week
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.
Cowes Cancer Support Group
Next meeting: Sunday, February 7,
1pm - 4pm, Cowes Cultural Centre
We offer information, fellowship, friendship and
support for people diagnosed with cancer -
survivors, carers and supporters.
If you, or someone you love is affected by cancer,
call the Cancer Helpline 13 11 20.
Contact Joy 5952 2263 ah, Nola 5952 1625
or Jean 5952 2149.
Phillip Island RSL 2016
Nominations are invited from members of the
San Remo/Phillip Island community who have
demonstrated true ANZAC Spirit by extending a
hand beyond the ordinary in helping others
Application forms available at
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
APPOINTMENTS TO BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES, PUBLIC HOSPITALS
AND HEALTH PURCHASING VICTORIA
The Minister for Health, the Hon Jill Hennessy MP, is
pleased to invite applications for part-time board posi-
tions of public health ser vices, rural public hospitals (in-
cluding multi-purpose ser vices), Health Purchasing Vic-
toria and Ambulance Victoria Boards with terms of ofce
commencing from July 1, 2016.
These positions provide an exciting opportunity for suit-
ably qualied and experienced persons to contribute and
provide high level advice on the delivery of public health
care to the Victorian community.
The Victorian Government is committed to ensuring that
government boards and committees reect the compo-
sition of the Victorian community. This includes appro-
priate representation of women, indigenous Victorians,
young Victorians, Victorians living with a disability and
Victoria’s culturally diverse community.
There are vacancies occurring on the Board of Manage-
ment of Bass Coast Health on 30th June 2016 due to the
efuxion of time with the retiring members eligible for
These positions are honorary appointments for a maxi-
mum period of three years.
Applications close at 5pm Friday, February 12, 2016.
For more information including how to apply, visit www.
Melaleuca Lodge Secondhand
Opening every Saturday
10am - 12noon
Bill's Book Shed
1 Watchorn Road, Cowes
(off Settlement Road)
Donations of books may be
left at the Shed.
Call Joy 5952 2263 ah.
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
AFTER HOURS &
To apply, please visit
www.venturabus.com.au or email
No place at the
table for PIPA
The crisis at Bass Coast
Shire Council has clearly
escalated to the point where
management felt the need
to call an emergency meet-
ing with the Premier last
Otherwise why would a
premier, who also has a
Minister for Local Govern-
ment, waste his precious
time on a council with virtu-
ally zero achievements?
It’s highly likely Pre-
mier Andrews personally
dropped in to see for him-
self why the local economy
in Wonthaggi and surround-
ing towns is struggling and
in need of urgent state gov-
There is also a well re-
movement on Phillip Island
seeking to cut ties with the
Coast Council due to years
of neglect and indifference.
Plus in the last month, a
populist petition against
rate increases has emerged
from a groundswell of busi-
ness leaders and ratepay-
ers in Inverloch and spread
across the shire. Along with
PIPA, this group will call the
council to account at Octo-
That’s the crisis in a nut-
shell and that’s why the
premier devoted much of
his day to this basket-case
Why were no representa-
tives of PIPA invited to the
council’s meeting with the
Premier to discuss future
directions for the shire?
The answer is simple if you
understand this council’s
anti-island mindset. Bass
Coast Council’s survival
strategy is to exclude, ig-
nore and marginalise PIPA
at all costs, especially in
this election year. Breaking
news: It’s not going to work.
But we were there regard-
less. The elephant in the
meeting room at Wonthaggi
last Friday was Phillip Is-
land, or more to the point,
the pile of money siphoned
from this island’s success-
ful tourism economy to
prop up Bass Coast Shire.
Council’s budget is built
on the bedrock of rate rev-
enue from Phillip Island,
so any change to the status
quo will require a new way
forward for Bass Coast or
its dismemberment, some-
thing Premier Andrews
and his Local Government
Minister will be required
to contemplate, no matter
It’s critical that the Pre-
mier and his ministers get
involved, but they must also
hear the full story from this
community; not just the
council’s lame excuses for
So next time there’s a
so-called PR photo oppor-
tunity, spare us yet another
selfie with the latest rookie
mayor. Let’s have one of our
fabulous life-savers tossing
a life jacket to this sinking
Then again, why would
Jason Cameron, Rhyll,
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