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NOTICE PURSUANT TO SECTION 181 (5) (B)
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1989
TAKE NOTICE THE BASS COAST SHIRE COUNCIL of
76 McBride Avenue, Wonthaggi VIC 3995 in
accordance with Section 181 of the Local
Government Act 1989 intends on or after June3,
2017 to sell or transfer to itself ALL THAT piece of
land being Lot 33 on Plan of Subdivision 335932E
being more particularly described in Certificate
of Title Volume 10715 Folio 399 being the land
situated at 30 Wetherall Drive, Corinella VIC
3984. The registered owners being Christopher
Menzies Knight Luke Edward Knight and Damien
Kris Knight, having failed for a period of more
than three years to have paid the rates and
charges in respect of the same, having further
failed to pay such rates and charges pursuant to
an Order of the Magistrates' Court of Victoria at
Melbourne on July 27, 2012 requiring payment
of such rates and charges.
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NOTICE OF AN
APPLICATION FOR A
Details about the application
The land affected by the application is located at: 5610
Bass Highway, Inverloch, VIC, 3996.
The application is for a permit to: Use of the land for
the operation of joy flights, use and development
existing agricultural shed for office and waiting room
and the display of business identification signage.
The applicant for the permit is: Michael & Christine
Malone, C/- Beveridge Williams & Co Pty Ltd.
The application reference number is: 160367
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 Inverloch Service Centre, 16 a’Beckett Street,
This can be done during office hours free of charge.
Plans will also be available by visiting Council’s
website at www.basscoast.vic.gov.au/planningads
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
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 May 23, 2017.
If you object, the Responsible Authority will tell you its
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THURSDAY, MAY 11, 2017: Wonthaggi Unting Church
Morning tea followed by Blume's fashions.
SATURDAY, MAY 13, 2017: Bass Coast Ladies Auxilary
Mother's Day Fete at the Wonthaggi Hospital.
Something for everyone.
NEIGHBOURHOOD House Week: This week
through until Sunday, May 14, every day from
9.30am to 3pm, celebrate Neighbourhood
House Week in Wonthaggi where WNC (Mitch-
ell House) has been working with and for the
community since 1983. Find out what happens
there. The ‘Neighbourhood House’ volunteers
will also be out and about town to seek your
opinion on what the centre should offer and
what is important to you in the community.
CARD Making Projects: Learn to make beau-
tiful and unique cards for family and friends
in these once a month workshops. Booking is
essential so call on 5672 3731. Today’s session
is on Tuesday, May 9 from 12.30 to 3.30pm.
‘VEGAN Pot Luck’ Picnics: Come and learn
about the vegan lifestyle and diet on Saturday,
May 13, 11am to 12.30pm at Apex Park.
BYO plant based food and juice and your reci-
pes to share. Visit The Harvest Garden Shed
and the seed and produce swap beforehand. If
the weather’s unfriendly, picnic in the Shed.
The Seed and Veggie/Produce Swap is one
from 9.30-11.30am. It happens every second
Saturday of the month. Try new seeds for your
garden or bring along your excess produce
from your garden to swap. It’s at the Harvest
LGBTI Social/Support Group: Next meeting
is on Monday, May 15, 7-8.30pm. When Ro Al-
len, Victoria’s first Gender and Sexuality Com-
missioner came to visit recently, there was a
positive response in local interest and a new
Social/Support Group for members of our LG-
BTI is starting.
Meet in an informal safe and relaxed space
and share experiences, coffee and conversa-
tion. Ring 5672 3731 and speak to Jan for
THE Story of Your Life! Creative Writing: Are
you a keeper of stories of your family? Meet
Sandy Guy and hear how her six-week course
will help you transform your family history into
a fascinating family story. It starts Tuesday, May
16, 10.30am and free morning tea is provided.
THE IDAHOT & International Family Equity
Day: The Film ‘Gay Baby’ is on Wednesday, May
17 at 1pm, Mitchell House. The day aims to
alert people on the violence and discrimination
experienced by the LGBTI people internation-
The film is a documentary following the lives
of four children whose parents are gay. Come
along and enjoy the film and discussion after-
THE Homework Club: Volunteers can assist
kids needing help in maths, reading, spelling or
projects. Light snack included. It’s at the Com-
munity Shed with a session on Friday, May 12
from 4-5pm. Please book at the centre on 5672
TO become involved at the WNC, or share
your ideas, pop into the house between 9.30am
and 3pm, Monday to Thursday and 9.30am to
1pm on Fridays.
Wonthaggi Neighbourhood Centre
THIS is Neighbourhood House Week! The
theme for the week is “belonging” and hopefully
all people who use the House feel that they be-
And if you aren’t sure about the work of Leon-
gatha Community House, please visit at any time
during this important week to find out more
about the staff and volunteers.
A SPECIAL event this week is the Author’s
Talk and Book Signing on Friday, May 12 at
6.30pm. Paul Hendry, local author of a newly-
published thriller titled ‘Payback’, will share
some of the challenges and joys of getting his
Light refreshments will be provided, and cop-
ies of the book will be available for purchase at a
cost of $35. Please RSVP for catering purposes.
BACK to the regular program: The Wednesday
Walkers meet at 9am every Wednesday at Leon-
gatha Community House to enjoy fresh air, good
company, and a different perspective on your
town. No cost involved.
THE Leongatha Pain Support Group provides
an opportunity for people living with chronic
pain to share their experiences and gain support
from others who understand. The group meets
every Wednesday from 10am to noon.
This week, group members will continue to
work on their mosaic projects – a form of art
therapy – and also discuss the merits of keeping
a food diary.
TAI Chi for Health sessions begin on Tuesday,
May 16 at 10.30am. The sessions will cost $5 and
are suitable for women and men of all ages, with a
specific focus on improving strength and balance.
And, for more health benefits, why not join
the Meditation and Mindfulness sessions on
Mondays at 5.30pm. Bring a pillow and blan-
ket to help keep you comfortable through the
SCRAPBOOKING is both a wonderful pro -
cess of memory-keeping and a creative outlet.
Explore the fun and experience the satisfaction
of this fulfilling activity with tutor Jan Stirling
every Wednesday between 1pm and 3pm. The
cost includes all materials and equipment.
Just bring your photos!
THERE’S an extra treat for scrapbooking
friends this week – an all-day event on Satur-
day, May 13! Come for the whole day (9am to
4pm) or for a few hours. All are welcome to
join the fun. Bring your lunch if you’re staying
Speaking of creative outlets, the Craft in
Company group comes together every Thurs-
day at 10am to share ideas, skills, and lots of
laughter and stories. Newcomers are warmly
THE eight-week ‘Money Management for
Women’ program continues on Tuesday, May
16, as does the six-week ‘Photography for Be-
ginners’ course. If you’ve missed out on these
courses this time round, they’ll be on again
next term. Contact the House to put your name
down for the next program.
Finally, as always, if you have a few hours in
your week which you could use to volunteer
at the House, contact the coordinator, Eunice
Donovan, on 5662 3962 or email office@leon-
Leongatha Community House
THE Wonthaggi and Phillip Island SES
units were invited by the CFA to participate
in an inter-agency training exercise recently.
The scenario required multiple agencies to
work together in the search and recovery of
a casualty that sustained a fall from the cliffs
Members from Wonthaggi and Phillip Is-
land SES, Kilcunda, Wonthaggi and San
Remo CFA, Dandenong CFA High Angle
Rescue Team, Ambulance Victoria, Victoria
Police and the Bass Coast Shire all worked
together to coordinate and execute the simu-
This provided a valuable opportunity to
conduct skills maintenance as well as refin-
ing skills in coordinating a multiple agency
response to achieve a common goal.
The day was a great success and SES vol-
unteers thank the CFA for inviting the Won-
thaggi and Phillip Island SES units to take
part in the exercise.
Mock rescue at Kilcunda
Members of local emergency services units worked together on a rescue training exercise
at Kilcunda recently.
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