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Phillip Island Nature Parks will be conducting a 1080
fox baiting program from 15th August until 25th
December 2016 to help protect Phillip Island’s wildlife.
Fox baiting programs are strictly
controlled by the Victorian
Government and only approved
registered fox bait types are used.
In accordance with strict safety
protocols, the baits will be buried,
bait sites marked, warning signage
placed at all formal access points
to these areas and adjoining
neighbours notified. Baits will be
checked regularly and any remaining
baits will be destroyed.
Dog owners must ensure their
pets do not access private rural
properties or Phillip Island Nature
Parks’ land where baiting signs
Domestic dogs are at risk if they
eat a fox bait. Contact your local
veterinarian immediately if you
believe your dog has eaten a fox bait.
Phillip Island Fox Eradication Program
FOX BAITING PROGRAM
on 0419 369 365
Sunday, December 4, 2016
Cowes Cultural Centre, 12.30 - 4pm
A light lunch will be served for our Christmas
Break Up. RSVP would be appreciated
We offer information, fellowship, friendship
and support for people for people diagnosed
with cancer survivors, carers and supporters.
Everyone is very welcome
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
Cowes Cancer Support Group
NOTICE OF AN
APPLICATION FOR A
Details about the application
The land affected by the application is located at: 34
Stradbroke Avenue, Cowes, VIC, 3922.
The application is for a permit to: Buildings and works
(dwelling) above 7.0m in height on land affected by the
DDO1; vegetation removal; and vary covenant
PS708757T to vary the word ‘building’ to ‘dwelling’.
The applicant for the permit is: Kathryn O’Sullivan C/-
Vibe Design Group PL.
The application reference number is: 160064.
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 Avenue, Cowes.
This can be done during office hours free of charge.
Plans will also be available by visiting Council’s website at
Any person who may be affected by the granting of the
permit may object or make other submissions to the
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 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 application.
The Responsible Authority will not decide on the
application before December 8, 2016.
If you object, the Responsible Authority will tell you its
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San Remo Pre-School
Registration Number A7730
Pre Kinder Places
for 2017 year
San Remo Preschool advises that we still have
places for our Pre Kinder program for 2017.
Program will be Thursday morning for 3 hours
commencing at 9am until 12noon. $210 per
Places are limited please contact the Preschool
on 5678 5347 to register.
San Remo Pre-school,
Committee of Management
All Mechanical Repairs and Servicing
and Towing Service
Vehicle maintenance Motorcycles/Scooters
l Tyres, brakes & suspension
l Roadworthy inspections & certificates
- David Neely - 5952 2721
116 Dunsmore Rd, Cowes Email firstname.lastname@example.org
PHILLIP ISLAND & SAN REMO
To place your ad on this page
contact Annabel 5952 3201
Results Ladders (Round 15)
Phillip Island 90; Inverloch
Young Fillies 70; Inverloch O’B’s
65; Wonthaggi Chooks 54; Won-
thaggi Turkeys 43.
Bena 107; Inverloch Blue
67.5; Phillip Island 58; Won-
thaggi Owls 49.5; Nora 45; In-
verloch Yellow 39.
Phillip Island 82; Fish Creek
78; Wonthaggi 69.5; Inverloch
Pink 65; Inverloch Jigger Dig-
gers 46; Granville 37.5.
Finals will be played at vari-
ous venues (changed from pre-
Section one at Phillip Island;
Section two at Wonthaggi;
Section three at Inverloch.
A reminder for. Ladies wish-
ing to play in next year’s South
Gippsland Mid Week Comp.that
they need to have their names
in soon for the Autumn season
which will commence early Feb-
ruary and end in June.
Teams have to be sorted be-
fore 6th December.
Matches are played on Tues-
days during school terms.
They commence at 10 am and
finish early afternoon.
There is some travelling in-
volved, but If interested in
playing in a team,or being a
fill-in, please contact Bronwyn
Mid week Ladies Tennis
Pictured enjoying a fine day of tennis at the Wonthaggi
courts (from left) are Caz Copeland, Karen Sheerin, Belinda
Scott and Vikki Teakle
WHEN Caulfield Grammar year nine stu-
dent Ashleigh Bail was given a major assign-
ment to complete, he combined his two pas-
sions; photography and his favourite place,
Ashleigh has been enjoying the natural sea-
scapes and rural outlooks of this Island all of
his life, and he was keen to show them off to
his Melbourne friends.
“A large component of this year was allocat-
ed to a Choice Journey, ” s aid Ashleigh.
“ Students were asked to choose an area of
interest, and further develop their skills in a
unique and challenging way.
“ I have a special interest in photography,
and I circumnavigated Phillip Island, taking
a variety of photos along the way.
Ashleigh traversed all 97km of the coastline
over a six-month period.
His interest in photography was first
sparked at the age of nine, through the abun-
dant wildlife that was found around the fam-
“ I wanted to capture the moments we had
with the animals because they liked to come
very close to the house. My passion grew from
there, and I took photography as a subject at
the start of the year to learn more about it. ”
Ashleigh’s family have a beach house in
Cowes, and are regular visitors on weekends.
“ My grandpa and uncle started walking as
much of the Island as they could many years
ago. Their goal was to eventually complete the
whole thing, ” s aid Ashleigh.
“ They didn’t manage to do this, so I thought
I would follow in their footsteps, and I did. ”
Like all photographers with a passion for
looking at life through a lens, Ashleigh search-
es for specific elements for a great photo.
“ I love photos that have a back story that
you can try to figure out just by looking at
them. I found this difficult when I was photo -
graphing recently, as it’s all about timing, but
I think I captured some lovely moments.
“ I also enjoy lots of colour and detail in a
photo. On recent photography trips this was
not always easy as we went out in winter when
it was very overcast!”
The Island’s environmental appeal com-
pared to many other places has made it a
popular choice for photographers.
The ever changing coastline and rural set-
ting is a backdrop for so many different photo
opportunities, Ashleigh said.
Large parts of the Island are still very natu-
ral, and photographers such as Ashleigh are
keen to keep it that way!
ABOVE RIGHT: Year nine student Ash-
leigh Bail chose Phillip Island as a back-
drop for a school assignment.
“This photo was definitely all about tim-
ing. I was trying to take a photo of the wal-
laby against the clear blue sky and didn’t
even realise that the pyramid rock was
available as a backdrop if I moved just a
little bit. I love the colours and the detail.
The luck of this shot adds to its appeal for
Young student travels our coastline for his year’s work
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