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Notification of Proposed nbnTM Radio Network Base Station Facility
The National Broadband Network (nbn) is a high speed broadband network designed to reach
100 per cent of Australian premises and provide the communications infrastructure to help us
stop falling behind in an increasingly online world.
nbn is committed to delivering leading edge broadband services to all Australians by leveraging
the three types of technology available – fixed line, fixed wireless and satellite, depending on
As part of the fixed radio (wireless) component of the Network, nbn is proposing to expand the
existing radio network base station at 5765 Bass Highway, INVERLOCH VIC 3996 (Lot 3 on PS
133742) to provide high quality wireless broadband services to customers in the surrounding
The facilities proposed will involve the replacement of an existing panel antenna with a new
antenna, plus the installation of 3 additional panel antennas (dimensions approx 750mm height
x 300mm width x 115mm depth) on the existing tower. The installation of associated radio
equipment RRU’s (dimensions approx 50cm height x 43cm in width x 13cm depth) are also to be
added to new and existing panel antennas. Furthermore the current single equipment shelter
will be replaced by 2 new ground based equipment shelters adjacent to the tower.
nbn regards the proposed installation as a Low Impact Facility under the Telecommunications
(Low-Impact Facilities) Determination 1997. In the circumstances, it does not require planning
approval from Bass Coast Shire Council.
Further information on this specific proposal can be
obtained by calling Clinton Northey on (03) 9804 5324
Written submissions can be sent to
Level 5, 3 Bowen Crescent, Melbourne VIC 3004
or via email to email@example.com
The closing date for submissions is January 20, 2016.
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Students, staff, board members, life
governors and founding college families
from 1980 - 1990 are invited to a family
picnic to farewell the Boys Home Road
campus before the college relocates to the
Phillip Island Road Campus in 2018.
Sunday, January 29, 2017
12noon to 5pm
BYO food and drinks
Catch up with founding Principal Frank
Moore and share your memories of
Newhaven College’s early days.
Please help us spread the word by sharing
this with friends from that era.
for more details and follow the event on
the Newhaven College Facebook page.
EARLY YEARS REUNION
ARE YOU INTERESTED
in participating in research on
LGBTI people's experiences of disaster
& emergency management (EM)
This anonymous survey is for LGBTI people
and/or EM personnel.
Complete it online, and tell others!
For details, see www.genderanddisaster.com.au
or contact email@example.com
Led by the GAD POD & GLHV@ARCSHS,
La Trobe University. Funded by Dept. of
Premier & Cabinet, Victoria.
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THE festive season is in full swing and young
people keen to get behind the wheel and experi-
Traffic volumes increase during the holiday
period and you’ll be sharing the road not only
with other cars, but also pedestrians, cyclists,
heavy trucks, buses, campervans and vehicles
towing boats or caravans.
“Now is the time to get your learner driver
out on the road so they can start to experience
the extra driving challenge with the security of a
supporting driver,” said Terry Birss, CEO Road
Safety Education (RSE).
RSE is a not for profit organisation intent on
reducing road trauma among young drivers,
by educating high school students through its
highly acclaimed RYDA program, which pro-
vides powerful workshops to change the way
young people think about road safety.
RSE has strong support from corporate
partners BOC, Toyota Australia, Bosch and
Bridgestone, along with Rotary Clubs, whose
volunteers coordinate the program in their lo-
“It’s also critical that parents are modelling
good behaviour during this high stress time” he
“Education is paramount to decreasing the
road toll, along with increased policing, govern-
ment campaigns, safe roads and vehicles.”
There are many tips which are worth taking
on board to ensure a safe and happy driving
• Buckle up
• Observe speed limits
• Have a positive attitude on the road
• Don’t follow cars too closely – keep a three
• Limit distractions: mobile phone, mobile
watches, music, radio and chatty passengers
• Leave plenty of time for the trip – be pre-
• Be aware of changing weather conditions
• If you plan to have a drink, plan not to drive.
RSE ambassador Peter Frazer, whose daugh-
ter Sarah was killed by another vehicle, along
with a tow truck driver, who had stopped to
help, when her car broke down, knows only too
well the trauma of losing a loved one.
“Each of us must drive to actively protect oth-
er road users and especially those road users
involved in, or assisting at, a crash, breakdown
or other incident,” he said.
“People die. Families are shattered. Encour-
age people to take responsibility for driving
safely because no one wants a friend or family
member to be killed or injured.”
It’s time to plan family gatherings, holidays
and time with friends, not hospital bedside
Time for young supervised drivers to experience reality
Artwork with an environmental message
Bass Coast Shire Mayor, Cr Pamela Rothfield and Clean Ocean Foundation’s Becky Banks explored the art-
work on display at the launch of the Tidelines exhibition at the Wonthaggi Library. rg260217
Cape Paterson’s Andre Lynch created an art piece using materials he found washed up on the beach for the
Tidelines exhibition at the Wonthaggi Library, which was launched on Friday night. rg250217
VISITORS were educated
on the danger that rubbish
poses to the marine environ-
ment, while celebrating the
talents of artists at the launch
of the Tidelines exhibition at
the Wonthaggi Library on Fri-
Works in the exhibition
were made predominantly
from beach litter, highlighting
the need for people to take
care of the marine environ-
ment and the health of the
Meg McCarthy won first
prize for four baskets titled
Beached, Adversity, Mount
Tasman and Leeuwin, creat-
ed from beach flotsam, rope
and re-used fishing braid.
Second prize was Sue Can-
ders for two works.
‘Time to save the magic of
our beaches’ and ‘Help keep
coastal scenes clean’ were
made with rope, net, plastics,
glass, driftwood and glue.
Susan Hall won third prize
for her Disaster Framed work
on paper, with linocut over
stencils cut from found plas-
The Youth prize was pre-
sented to Wonthaggi Second-
ary College for ‘The fish that
cried plastic tears’,
used steel, plastic and wood.
Honourable mentions were
given to Coleen Bright, for
her Baggies and Cordyceps,
made from supermarket
bags, found metal, bio liner
bag and found wood, along
with Lisa Shonberg’s series
of six photos of animals
and environment affected by
The exhibition will be on
display at the Wonthaggi li-
brary until the end of Janu-
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