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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 email@example.com
PROOF WITH COSTING
Expression of Interest
FOR NEWHAVEN COLLEGE BOYS
HOME ROAD CAMPUS
Removal of Buildings and major fixtures
Newhaven College is closing its Boys Home Road Campus at the end of 2017. As such, all the major
fixtures and structures along with their contents, must be removed or demolished by March 2018.
Newhaven College invites interested people to submit offers to remove buildings as well as any
nominated major fixtures that currently exist at the Boys Home Road site.
Along with the buildings on site, there are many other items such as:
l Industrial dust extractor, factory heating, industrial kitchen, portable canteen, air conditioners,
hot water services, water tanks, stage and lighting equipment, fridge and freezers, heaters, office
furniture, and lighting.
l Building supplies which include: bricks, frames, fencing, roller doors, sinks, taps, benches,
colourbond steel, flooring, wooden benches, wooden and metal shelving and shade sails.
The Boys Home Road Campus will be open for inspection from Monday, April 3 to Friday, April 7, 2017
between 9am and 4pm. Any members of the public wishing to inspect the site must sign in at the Boys
Home Road reception where they will be given instructions and relevant paper work.
More details are available on our website: www.newhavencol.vic.edu.au
Expressions of Interest will close Friday, April 7, 2017.
2017 ANZAC DAY
Cowes ANZAC Day
Volunteer marshals required to
assist with the Dawn and
No experience required - just
good communication skills.
Contact Jock McKechnie
at Event Operations Group
on 0407 940 336 or email
Sunday, April 2, 2017
Cowes Cultural Centre
We offer information, fellowship, friendship
and support for people diagnosed with
cancer, survivors, carers and supporters.
Everyone very welcome
If you, or someone you love is affected by
cancer, call the Cancer Helpline 13 11 20.
Contact Joy 5952 2263, Nola 5952 1625
or Jean 5952 2149.
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.
5952 2263 ah.
Heavy Vehicle (Diesel)
An excellent opportunity exists for Heavy
Vehicle (Diesel) Mechanic with our Company
in the Bass Coast Shire.
Trade Qualified with background in on-road
and off-road medium and heavy rigid
vehicles is required.
Earthmoving equipment knowledge in
mobile plant including Komatsu, Volvo,
Hyundai are desired, along with great
attitude, strong work ethic and excellent
You must be reliable, punctual and self-
Applications close Monday, April 10,
Please send your resume and cover
letter to the General Manager,
PO Box 309, Wonthaggi, 3995 or email
to: firstname.lastname@example.org LK0507
Catering Industries is looking for staff to join
their team at an up market retirement living
Must have current police check and food
handlers certificate. Any experience in aged
care kitchen work will be an advantage.
Must be flexible with hours - morning,
afternoon and weekend work.
Please email resume to:
Or phone Kavinay Krishna,
Senior Area Manager Victoria
0405 305 983.
We are hiring:
Kitchen Hand and Cook
Please contact us in person, by phone
5952 6226 or via email:
We are seeking self-motivated, energetic
individuals to fulfil the Motorsport Services
role working within the Motorsport team to
deliver the Circuit and its facilities to the very
You will possess good team work skills with a
high degree of attention to detail and the
willingness to exceed customer expectations.
This is a full time role where the hours of work
will be according to requirements of the
position including regular weekend work.
Please email cover letter and resume to
or enquires on 5952 2710.
Applications close Friday, April 7, 2017.
Displays and classifieds
3.30 p.m. Mondays
COWES - 5952 3201
Water capacity upgrade
with ‘minimal impact’
BASS Coast Council is set to withdraw from
the South Eastern Melbourne Group of Coun-
Councils in the group include the shires of
Cardinia and the Mornington Peninsula, and
the cities of Casey, Frankston, Greater Dande-
nong and Kingston.
The group’s purpose is to represent one of
Victoria’s most socially and environmentally
diverse, economically significant and rapidly
expanding regions to advocate for the changes
required to sustain growth in the future.
A priority for the group is the development of
the Port of Hastings, which is strongly opposed
by the Bass Coast Shire Council.
Bass Coast is also a member of the Gippsland
Local Government Network, and councillors
see their community of interest more in line
with Gippsland, than south east of Melbourne.
“Councils to the north are pushing develop-
ment of the Port of Hastings, and a south east-
ern airport,” said Cr Michael Whelan.
“This does not fit with our interests.
“We should put our efforts into a region which
has a similar fit.”
The decision to withdraw was unanimous.
Council aligns with Gippsland
WESTERNPORT Water will commence the
third stage of the $4.2 million Cowes Wastewa-
ter Futures Project from the start of April 2017.
Gareth Kennedy, Westernport Water’s Gener-
al Manager of Customer and Community, said
that the upgrade will focus on a big wastewater
pipeline running along Pyramid Rock Road, be-
tween Ventnor Road and Ventnor Beach Road.
“While the upgrade is essential to cater for in-
creased demand, minimal impacts to the com-
munity are expected,” Mr Kennedy said.
“Work is anticipated to be completed by the
end of May this year and wastewater services
will not be affected.
“During this time, Pyramid Rock Road will
only be accessible to local traffic between Vent-
nor Road and Ventnor Beach Road.
“Road users are advised to expect short de-
“The infrastructure that we are laying now
will serve residents and visitors to Phillip Is-
land for generations to come.”
MINERVA Emily, a crude oil tanker, will ar-
rive in Western Port today (Wednesday) and re-
turn to Geelong later in the day.
Arriving from Botany on March 30 will be the
unleaded petrol/diesel tanker Finnanger which
will depart the next day for a destination to be
On April 1, another unleaded petrol/diesel
tanker, Morning Swan, will arrive from Botany
and depart on April 2.
The LPG tanker Victoire will arrive from New
Zealand in the morning on April 3 and sail for
a destination to be advised later the same day.
Shipping in the bay
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