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THE South Gippsland
Golf Classic is run over
nine days and last Thurs-
day’s stableford event
was held at Phillip Island
Golf Club with 147 men
and 83 ladies competing.
Results: Men’s A Grade:
Winner Leroy Sharrock
H/C (5) 39 points, r/up
Peter Draper H/C (10) 38
points. B Grade: Winner
Bill Rodgers H/C (18) 39
points, r/up Garry Shand-
ley H/C (14) 38 points
c/b. C Grade: Winner Don
Chapman H/C (27) 45
points, r/up Max Thomas
H/C (31) 42 points. NTP:
7th Howard Black, 17th
A Grade: Winner Cher-
yl Shanley H/C (17) 35
points c/b, r/up Evan
Moore H/C (19) 35 points
c/b. B Grade: Winner Val
MacIntosh H/C (25) 35
points, r/up Lyn Vidler
H/C (28) 32 point c/b. C
Grade: Winner Toni Bux-
tun-Bailey H/C (36) 33
points, r/up Robyn Cor-
nell H/C (34) 27 points.
NTP: 5th - Bev Brands-
don, 10th - Lorrie Bish-
NOTICE OF AN APPLICATION
FOR PLANNING PERMIT
Details about the application
The land affected by the application is located at: 6 Cowes-
Rhyll Road, Cowes, VIC, 3922.
The application is for a permit to: Staged Masterplan for the
use of the Land for an Education Facility including Primary
School and early learning centre and a place of assembly
The applicant for the permit is: Natalie Gray C/- Natalie Gray
The application reference number is: 150396
You may look at the application and any documents that
support the application at the office of the Responsible Authority,
Bass Coast Shire Council, Wonthaggi Civic Centre, 76 McBride
Avenue, Wonthaggi and Cowes Service Centre, 91-97 Thompson
This can be done during office hours free of charge.
Any person who may be affected by the granting of the permit
may object or make other submissions to the responsible
Council collects and holds this personal information to comply
with the Planning & Environment Act 1987 and the Privacy and
Data Protection Act 2014 (Vic).
An objection must be sent to the Responsible Authority in
writing, addressed to Chief Executive Officer, Bass Coast Shire
Council, P.O. Box 118, Wonthaggi, Vic., 3995. Include the reasons
for the objection, and state how the objector would be affected.
The Responsible Authority must make a copy of every objection
available at its office for any person to inspect during office hours
free of charge until the end of the period during which an
application may be made for review of a decision on the
The Responsible Authority will not decide on the application
before March 4, 2016.
If you object, the Responsible Authority will tell you its decision.
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Tender No 16003 – Grass Mowing at
Wonthaggi and San Remo Cemeteries
The San Remo and Wonthaggi Cemetery Trust invites
tenders from suitably experienced contractors to
regularly maintain the lawns at the Wonthaggi and San
Remo Cemeteries. The initial contract term is for one
year with an extension option of up to and including
two years to be offered at the Trust’s discretion.
Tender documents can be downloaded from
basscoast.vic.gov.au free of charge. Hardcopy
documents are available by contacting Siona Jones on
(03) 5671 2134 or email@example.com.
Non-refundable document fee for hardcopies is $50.00 .
Tenders open 9.00am on Wednesday, 24 February 2016
and close at 2.00pm on Friday, 18 March 2016.
Displays and classifieds
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COWES - 5952 3201
Winners of ladies Monthly Medal competition at
Phillip Island Golf Club last Wednesday are pic-
tured, from left, Kaye Johnston (D Grade), Annette
Millersip (C Grade), Rhonda Boyd (B Grade) and Deb
Orr (A Grade and Monthly Medal winners).
Phillip Island golf
MEN’S golf: Tuesday, February 16: Par.
Division 1 winner: Rod Ward H/C (16) +4.
Division 2 winner: Reg Wenham H/C 30 +3.
Stuart Carson H/C (8) also came in with +3.
NTP: 5th G McLeod, 7th Stuart Carson, 10th T Cren-
nan, 17th Jim Richardson.
9 holers: Par.
Conditions were cool and cloudy after rain during the
night, and the course was in great condition.
The competition was close and the score of +1 was
shared by four players. Terry Hilgrove H/C (28) won
from Harold Jackson (36), Bob Leak (25) and Brian
Basil Moloney was NTP.
Saturday, February 20: Stableford.
A Grade winner: Stuart Carson H/C (80) 41 points; r/
up: Henry Ritterman H/C (10) 39 points.
B Grade winner: Mike Fitzmaurice H/C (13) 40
points; r/up: Greg Hyndman H/C (16) 39 points c/b.
C Grade winner: John Shaw H/C (23) 40 points; r/up:
Ian Bray H/C (26) 39 points.
NTP: 5th Tony Shannon, 7th Mark Atley, 10th Mor-
gan Ward, 17th Rob Haydon.
Next week’s event is Stableford and quarter finals of
9 holers, Stableford: John Swarbrick won with a fan-
tastic 23 points.
Lady golfers: Wednesday, February 17; A Grade: Deb
Orr H/C (14) 74 net.
B Grade: Rhonda Boyd H/C (20) 75 net.
C Grade: Annette Millership H/C (30) 79 net.
D Grade: Kaye Johnston H/C (43) 80 net.
Winner of the Monthly Medal was Deb Orr.
NTP: 5th Mary O’Brien, 7th Glenda Longshaw, 10th
Nola Crothers, 17th Jill Moor.
Next week’s event is semi-final for Match Play and Par.
Saturday, February 20, Stableford; Winner: Lorraine
Hammon H/C (21) 39 points; r/up: Dianne Ray H/C (20)
NTP: 5th Karen Green, 17th Jeanette Diss.
Big field for South
South Gippsland Golf Classic Men’s B Grade win-
ner was Bill Rodgers.
Section winners and runners-up at last week’s Phillip Island Croquet Open
Association Tournament are pictured, from left: Bill Humphrey (Bendigo),
Sandra Birth (Leongatha), Roger Lee (Brighton), Pat Wilsmore (Phillip Is-
land), Mary Ann Kinnish (Leongatha) and Pauleen Leditschke (Phillip Is-
Croquet players gather
for Phillip Island Open
CROQUET players from clubs around
Gippsland and beyond competed in the
annual Phillip Island Open Association
Tournament at the Blue Gum Reserve
croquet lawns during the past week.
Ken Walter, Phillip Island Croquet
Club President, welcomed visiting com-
petitors and then the three day tourna-
All games were played in fine spirits
though fiercely contested.
Spectators witnessed some spectacu-
lar croquet shots and some very clever
Congratulations to all the competitors
for a fine display of croquet.
At the conclusion of the tournament,
the scores were tallied then David
Mann, Vice President of the club, made
the presentations to the winners and
runners-up in each section.
The winner of Section 1 was Bill Hum-
phrey (Bendigo), with Sandra Birch (Le-
Section 2 winner was Roger Lee
(Brighton) with Pat Wilsmore (Phillip
Section 3 winner was Mary Ann Kinn-
ish (Leongatha) with Pauleen Leditschke
(Phillip Island) runner-up.
The Phillip Island Croquet Open Association tournament, played at the
Blue Gum lawns attracted players from clubs around Gippsland and beyond.
Val Mackintosh, Don Chapman, Peter Draper and
Leroy Sharrock were among the many winners and
runners-up at the South Gippsland Golf Classic sta-
bleford event played at PIGC last Thursday.
APPLICATIONS to join the 2016 YMCA Youth Par-
liament are now open.
Celebrating its 30th year, the YMCA Youth Parlia-
ment grants young people aged 16 to 25 the oppor-
tunity to have their voices heard at the highest level
of State Government.
An institution for the youth empowerment move-
ment in Victoria, Youth Parliament invites 120 young
people from across the state to take over the cham-
bers of Parliament House and debate issues and
ideas important to them and their communities.
Coordinated by YMCA Victoria with generous sup-
port from the Victorian Government, the program
includes three days of debate in Victorian Parlia-
ment across June 27, 28 and 30 and an opening
ceremony held on June 27.
The Youth Parliament program continues to be the
leading Youth Development and Parliamentary Edu-
cation program in Victoria, run by young people, for
YMCA Victoria’s CEO Peter Burns said Youth
Parliament provided a unique environment where
young people learned life skills, made new friends
and were empowered to follow their passions.
“Public speaking, debating skills, critical thinking
and building relationships are all part of Youth Par-
liament - it’s also great fun.
“Youth Parliament provides a platform for young
people to voice issue important to them and equips
its participants with skills to take forward into their
personal and professional lives. ”
All Bills passed at Youth Parliament receive the
assent of the Youth Governor and will be handed to
Minister for Youth Affairs, Jenny Mikakos, who will
then pass them to the relevant government minis-
ters for consideration.
Since the program started, more than 25 Bills de-
bated in Youth Parliament have gone on to become
Victorian legislation, including Drug Testing for
Drivers, Over the Counter Availability of the Morn-
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Apply find the application pack at vicyouth.ymca.
org.au/youth-parliament or email youthparliament.
The application period closes at 5pm on Friday,
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