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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.
PROOF WITH COSTING
HEALEY INFRASTRUCTURE PTY LTD
Healey Infrastructure Pty Ltd is carrying out, on
behalf of Vic Roads, the construction of a
roundabout at the intersection of Korumburra-
Wonthaggi Road, Glen Alvie Road, West Creek
Road and Bird Road in Lance Creek. These works
have recently commenced and are estimated to
be completed by mid 2017.
The works will be carried out between the hours
of 7am & 6pm Monday to Friday and for safety
reasons, speed limits will be reduced to 40km/h
at all times during the construction. Healey
Infrastructure Pty Ltd regrets any inconvenience
caused as minor delays can be expected.
VicRoads and Healey Infrastructure Pty Ltd
would like to thank the local community for their
patience, ongoing support and understanding
while these important road safety improvement
works are being carried out.
For further enquiries, please contact
Daniel Healey on 0433 249 420 from
Healey Infrastructure Pty Ltd.
PROPOSAL TO INSTALL NEW MOBILE PHONE
BASE STATION AT
35 Outtrim-Moyarra Road, Jumbunna VIC 3951
Telstra plans to install a telecommunications facility at
35 Outtrim-Moyarra Road, Jumbunna VIC 3951
1. The proposal consists of the installation of
telecommunications infrastructure onto the
existing structure, including the installation of six
(6) panel antennas, six (6) twin Tower Mounted
Amplifiers (TMAs); electrical equipment to be
contained within a new Telstra equipment shelter;
and the installation of ancillary equipment.
2. Telstra regards the proposed installation as a
Low-impact Facility under the
Telecommunications (Low-impact Facilities)
Determination 1997 ("The Determination") based
on the description above.
3. Further information can be obtained from Sean
Brien, Town Planner at Visionstream Pty Ltd on
behalf of Telstra, (03) 9242 8878,
Sean.Brien@visionstream.com.au and at
4. Written submissions should be sent to:
Sean Brien, Town Planner
Visionstream Pty Ltd
Locked Bag 4001
Heatherton VIC 3202
By 28 April 2017
Wools, Haby, Fabrics
Yarragon Yarn Patch
Open 7 days, 10am-4.30pm
Fully qualified, dip.mus (acmm)
Experienced female teacher, creative,
fun lessons following your taste.
Beginners to advanced. Exams or leisure.
$25 for 30-40 mins, $30 home visits
Wonthaggi/Inverloch Phone: 5607 4819.
The Sentinel-Times Community Calendar is
available only to the community and non-profit
organisations. The conditions on this service are as
For a single $16 (GST inclusive) cash payment,
items can be placed in the column up to four weeks
ahead and they will be printed every week until the
event is held.
Listings will be limited. No time, address, phone
numbers or admission costs will be accepted.
Customers are invited to place a Public Notice with
those details closer to the event. Deadline for copy is
Friday prior to publication at 5pm.
To place a listing, please call in person at our
Wonthaggi or Korumburra office.
CORONET BAY MARKET: Saturday, April 15, 2017. a
variety of stalls including local produce, bric-a-brac,
plants, clothing, cakes, art work, gifts and more. Also
delicious snacks from the Bay Cafe, Devonshire teas,
the best egg and bacon sandwiches, hot chips, pizza
slices, etc. Win a fabulous meat tray. Dogs on leashes
please. Stall inquiries welcome - all sites insured.
LOCALS from across Gippsland will have
more opportunities to access quality training
and secure employment thanks to a new State
Minister for Training and Skills Gayle Tierney
visited Gippsland Employment Skills Training,
in Moe, to officially launch the Training Infor-
mation Pathways Service (TIPS) at nine sites
The centres provide information and sup-
port to people wanting to get back into train-
ing including young mothers, unemployed and
underemployed people and low skilled and vul-
nerable workers. They can refer people to fur-
ther advice and training options at Federation
Training’s Skills and Job Centre and 24 Learn
Local organisations across Gippsland.
Supported by trained staff and volunteers,
TIPS Centres began operating this year at nine
Learn Local organisations in Gippsland:
• Gippsland Employment Skills Training in Moe
• Moe Life Skills
• Traralgon Neighbourhood Learning Centre
• Paynesville Neighbourhood House
• Gippsland East Learn Local Alliance in
• Heyfield Community Resource Centre
• Milpara Community House in Korumburra
• Manna Gum, in Foster, and
• Bass Coast Adult Education Centre in
Ms Tierney said the State Government is
making sure every Victorian, regardless of their
age, background or postcode, has the opportu-
nity to access training for a better future.
“We recognise how crucial Learn Local organ-
isations are to communities across Gippsland,
often providing valuable pre-accredited train-
ing opportunities to some of the most disad-
BASS Coast Shire Mayor
Pamela Rothfield was a pop-
ular visitor at the San Remo
Primary School recently to
chat to students from Grades
3 to 6 about her role.
Abby from Grade 3/4T said
all students enjoyed the visit.
“We got to ask her questions
like ‘Why did you want to be-
come the mayor?’ and ‘What
do you like about your job?’”
Oliver from Grade 3/4T
said Cr Rothfield was very
“I can’t believe the mayor
came to visit us at San Remo
Primary School! She is a lot
like my sister Tessa – she
loves to talk!”
EVERYONE in Gippsland– no matter their age
or ability – is being challenged to improve their
fitness and health and commit to 30 minutes of
physical activity a day in April.
Harriet Shing, member for Eastern Victoria Re-
gion, called on all Gippslanders to sign up for this
year’s Premier’s Active April challenge.
“Active April is a fun and free way to get more ac-
tive and healthy, and there are some great special
offers and prizes along the way.
“It’s amazing how exercise can turn things
around for people – Active April is a great place
Getting involved in Active April can be as simple
as taking a regular walk, riding to school or work,
exercising during your lunch break, getting out in
the garden or joining your local sports club. You
don’t have to be an elite athlete – anyone can sign
up and make the change. By taking the first step,
you can work your way up to an exercise or a sport
that you love.
In 2016, 5726 people in Gippsland signed up to
Active April. Women and girls are being urged to
continue the charge and out-do the men and boys.
People can sign up to Active April as an indi-
vidual or you can get your friends, family or work
colleagues together to form a team.
Last year more than 104,000 people made a
pledge to do 30 minutes of exercise each day in
April. In 2016, nearly 11,000 teams joined and
motivated each other to stay active.
In 2017, there is a new mobile app that gives
participants the chance to log their physical ac-
tivity, the time they spend exercising, and allows
groups to track and compare their progress.
Gippsland councils will be coordinating a range
of local events and activities where people of all
ages, backgrounds and abilities can join in and at
the same time do their 30 minutes of activity.
Sign up today at www.activeapril.vic.gov.au or
join in on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Registrations are open until April 30.
Korumburra 5655 1422
Wonthaggi 5672 1888
2, 3 and 4 drawer available in a range of colours
Connecting Gippslanders with training and jobs
Mayor visits San Remo primary
Mayor Pamela Rothfield chats to the Grade 3/4 students
at San Remo Primary School recently.
Gippsland gets active in April
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