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WORKSHOP AND ENGINEERING
EQUIPMENT, TOOLS, MOTORS, PUMPS
AND MACHINE PARTS
For further information, please contact:
Tel: +61 (0) 417 771 087
1 March 2018, 4:00pm AEST
• Herless Guillotine – Hydrualic Presses – G L Sheraton Lathe – Waldon, GMF, Hafco,
Hebco Universal & EAEC Pedestal Drills & Grinder - Linoln Electric, ESAB, Welfer &
CIG Welders – Killingerit Gasket Cutter – HES Chain Blocks
• Konecranes Gantry Crane – Abbey WP4 Cherry Pickers – Crown Electric Pallet Jack –
Huppert & Ferrocart Mobile Hoists – Forklift Jibs - Assorted Lapping Tables – Miller
Falls Worker Site Boxes – Flammable Goods Cabinets - Mobile Steel Workbenches –
Jack Trolleys – Industrial Fans – Storage Trolleys
• Large Quantities of SuperSafe, BAE, Trojan, FIAMM and Vision
Batteries – Measure & Test Equipment – Welding Wire/Electrodes –
Fire Extinguishers – Cold & Hot Food Bars – Meat Slicer – Cool
Room Shelving – Mobile High Pressure Water Pumps – Hydraulic
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Latrobe Regional Hospital is seeking Expression
of Interest (EOI) from contractors interested in
appointment to one or both panels of preferred
providers for works.
Works may include anything from minor repair
to significant capital works. Accordingly, an EOI
may be conveyed for appointment to a panel of
preferred providers for works up to $150,000
and/or a panel of preferred providers for works
in excess of $150,000 up to $3m. Contractors
will be required to demonstrate access to a
minimum range of trades for appointment to
Further information and documentation
regarding the EOI is available from Mr Owen
Drummond, Acting General Manager, Business
Services on 5173 8819. Contractors will be
required to provide a contact name and email
address to receive an EOI and associated
An open forum has been scheduled on
Monday, February 26 for interested parties to
collective discuss the EOI with management
representatives. Contractors will be required
to convey their intention regarding attendance.
Attendance is not compulsory.
Expression of Interest close midday
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Expression of Interest
Cleaning Services Tender
Newhaven College is an independent
co-educational school on Phillip Island that
offers quality education for students from
Prep to Year 12.
Tender applications are now invited for a
three year cleaning services contract.
Applicants must be qualified with relevant
experience and fulfil the selection criteria.
For tender specifications
and how to apply visit
Applications Close 4.00pm on
Friday, March 9, 2018.
In accordance with Child Protection legislation,
preferred applicants will be subject to
Creating opportuity for our community
through pooling our resources, and
distributing $700,000 in grants and other
funding since its inception.
Find out more about how the Foundation
can provide a focussed and tax effective
way of giving to your community at
Donations over $2 are tax deductible.
Our vision: An engaged, connected and
Phone: 5672 2202
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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.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2018: Kay's fashion
parade at St. George's Anglican Hall, Wonthaggi at
SINCE 1887, on or near the first Friday in
March every year, millions of Christians have
gathered worldwide to pray for the issues of
family violence, child abuse, human traffick-
ing, and other forms of injustice.
In 2018 that prayerful support will be di-
rected at the 540,000 inhabitants of the Re -
public of Suriname, on the north-eastern
coast of South America.
Despite a history steeped in slavery and
political coups, this tiny nation has achieved
remarkable progress since its independence
Suriname enjoys multi- ethnicity and biodi-
versity, freedom of religion, free primary and
secondary education, and free medical care
for children and seniors.
But behind closed doors, family violence,
abuse and neglect are ongoing issues.
Children are particularly vulnerable, many
growing up in orphanages or one-parent
families. While education is free, there is no
compulsory school attendance.
Child labour in the form of street selling is
common, but of far more serious concern is
the fact that many children are labouring in
the gold mines of Suriname.
You are invited to join in prayer for the
needs of Suriname and its people at a World
Day of Prayer service to be held on Friday,
March 2 at 7.30pm at Korumburra Uniting
Guest speaker will be Jeremy Brammar
who works in Christian outreach to young
people at Camp Coolamatong in Gippsland.
Supper will be provided and all are welcome.
joins in World
Day of Prayer
APPLICATIONS are now open
for the State Government’s Small
Regional Presenters program to
bring new shows, performances
and festivals to Victorian com-
Member for Eastern Victoria
Region, Harriet Shing is en-
couraging local not-for-profit
arts groups, arts societies, ven-
ues and councils to apply for a
grant, and increase the range of
cultural experiences available in
Grants of between $1500 and
$15,000 are now available to
support a single show or live
event, a series of shows or an an-
“Gippsland is full of terrific
venues and presenters who are
passionate about bringing great
theatre, music and other perfor-
mances to local audiences. We’re
helping them do just that,” Ms
The Small Regional Present-
ers program supports venues
or presenters working ‘on the
ground’ to attract shows to their
“This program helps them
attract the best shows and
support local artists and cre-
The government is getting be-
hind regional galleries, perform-
ing arts centres, organisations
and festivals and through other
Creative Victoria programs like
Touring Victoria, Music Works
and VicArts Grants.
“Victoria is the creative state
and regardless of where you
live – we are taking shows on the
road,” Ms Shing said.
The Small Regional Presenters
program is now open for appli-
cations. To find out more about
the program visit creative.vic.
Bringing the best of
the arts to Gippsland
THERE is a big special event
coming up on Saturday, March
24 in Wonthaggi.
It is The National Harmony
Day Special Event ‘Everybody
Belongs’: It is a day on which
we affirm and celebrate the rich
cultural diversity in our country
and have done so since 1999.
It is the government’s message
of ‘Everybody Belongs’ coincid-
ing with the United Nations’
International Day for the Elimi-
nation of Racial Discrimination
and reinforces the importance
of inclusiveness, respect and
sense of belonging for everyone
It will start with a parade from
the Poppet Head at McBride Av-
enue to the Town Hall. Feel free
to join in. At the Town Hall there
will be a photographic exhibi-
tion and film highlighting Won-
thaggi’s wonderful multicultural
story as well as a celebration
of other cultural diversity pro-
grams coupled with activities
such as singing, performances,
games and food tasting. Every-
THE Art of Felting - Use of
Templates is on Wednesday,
February 28 from 10am to
12.20pm. Learn how templates
require a different method of
fibre layout and handling to
produce the required shape and
finished article such as a small
purse or vessel for you to take
WEDNESDAY ‘Pop Up’ Spring
Lunch is on Wednesday, Feb-
ruary 28 from 12.30pm to
1.30pm. This delicious lunch
features some produce from
the Community Garden. There
will be soup, bread, veggie bake
and a surprise sweet and lots of
friendly conversation. LSA
SING for Fun is on Wednes-
day, February 28 at 7pm.
Singing is good for your over-
all health both physically and
mood wise. They meet on the
second and last Wednesday of
the month. Bring your voice,
sense of fun and any songs
you’d like to share. LSA
YOUR Asthma in Your Hands
is on Saturday, March 3 from
10.30am to 11.30am. Learn
simple techniques and pressure
points to open your lungs and
enhance your breathing capac-
ity. Join Shiatsu therapist Mar-
jorie Jane Scott for an informa-
tive workshop. Call 5672 3731
to book. LSA
Union meet on Monday, March
5 from noon to 2pm.
This AUWU event is run by
unemployed people working for
the rights and dignity of unem-
ployed people and is held at the
Harvest Centre Shed. GC.
Day Lunch is coming up on
Thursday, March 8 from noon.
Join members from the Multi-
cultural Women’s Group for a
delicious lunch and share your
reflections one the changing role
of women today.
TAI Chi for Beginners is
on Thursdays from 10.30 to
11.30am. Learn gentle Tai Chi
steps which can help improve
muscle and joint strength, bal-
ance, coordination and enhance
‘TEA and Tots’ facilitated
playgroup is on Mondays from
10.30am to noon. This fun
weekly play group includes a
story time with a special guest
reader in the magic reading
chair, free play and a healthy
MEDITATION Practice is on
Tuesdays from 2pm to 4pm.
Learning to relax and meditate
just requires gentle practice.
This lovely weekly practice in-
corporates guided meditation
and visualisation to relax and
quieten the mind. There will be
a special excursion to the peace-
ful Brahma Kurmaris Medita-
tion Retreat in Frankston South.
TUESDAY Night Youth Hang
Out is on Tuesdays from 6.30
to 8.30pm in the Harvest Centre
Shed for young people to ‘drop
in’ on a casual basis, meet oth-
ers and relax, enjoy a shared
dinner and play board games.
GENTLE Movement for Pain
Relief is on Mondays from
1.30pm to 2.15pm. If you suffer
from the discomfort and pain of
fibromyalgia, arthritis or other
osteo-related problems, this
new gentle movement class may
be of assistance. When done
regularly it may enhance your
muscle tone, strength and bal-
THE Garden Group meets
on Wednesdays from 10am to
1pm. Wanto to grow your own
fresh, healthy food and shar-
ing ideas and skills with others,
then come along to the Wednes-
day get-togethers. You may even
rent a bed of your own! LSA.
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
Wonthaggi Neighbourhood Centre
VISIT OUR WEBSITE
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