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CFA and the DELWP have varied Fire Restrictions (Fire
Danger Period and Prohibited Period respectively).
The Fire Restriction Period will terminate at 0100 hours
on the date shown.
Certain restrictions on the lighting of fires will remain in
force until the termination of the Fire Restrictions Period.
Information about fire restrictions within the Country
Area of Victoria can be obtained from
www.cfa.vic.gov.au, your local CFA District Office or
Municipal Fire Prevention Officer.
Information about fire restrictions within the
Fire Protected Area can be obtained from
www.delwp.vic.gov.au, or your local DELWP Fire
Chief Officer – CFA
Chief Fire Officer – DELWP
Date of Termination
Creating opportuity for our community
through volunteering opportunities in
administration, marketing and PR,
database development and management,
and the internet and social media.
Find out more about the Bass Coast
Community Foundation at www.bccf.org.au
Donations over $2 are tax deductible.
Our vision: An engaged, connected and
Phone: 5672 2202
Friday trading resumes April 21, 2017
Cash only, no eftpos available.
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Thursday, April 13
8am - 4pm
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At the Centre,
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Election of Executive Committee
NEW MEMBERS WELCOME
NOTICE OF AN
APPLICATION FOR A
Details about the application
The land affected by the application is located at:
46 Inverloch-Venus Bay Road, Inverloch, VIC, 3996.
The application is for a permit to: Use and develop land
for a telecommunications facility.
The applicant for the permit is: Optus Mobile Pty
Limited C/- Daly International.
The application reference number is: 160334.
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, Inverloch.
This can be done during office hours free of charge.
Plans will also be available by visiting Council’s website
In April 2017 the Thompson Reserve floodlighting project
is expected to be completed providing the Inverloch Stars
Soccer Club and other community group’s access to
suitable training facilities.
This has been a great partnership between the club user
groups and Bass Coast Shire Council.
Separately Council has recieved a planning application
for the installation of a telecommunications facility which
will provide improved services to this area of Inverloch.
Considering the location and the requirements of each
project integrating both projects could provide a better
outcome for the Community. This would involve the
installation of four poles one of which accommodates both
lighting and communications (as proposed by this
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 affected.
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 10, 2017. If you object, the
Responsible Authority will tell you its decision.
PROOF WITH COSTING
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.
WONTHAGGI’S Owen Schnoor took out the
Mini Sprints section at the latest Nyora Race-
way meeting on April 1.
With five classes and three major events on
the program, the crowd was treated to some
sensational action from start to finish with
Mildura’s Jake Drewett winning in Modified
Sedans and Geelong’s Scott Whittle winning
Mini Sprint racers were competing for the
Geoff Moule Memorial to honour a man who
had started a revolution with his race chassis
for the class and was a long-time Nyora mem-
Light and nimble, the Mini Sprints set lap
times in the 15-second bracket consistently,
however in heat three Andrew Burleigh put
down a 14.844 to be the fastest in the qualify-
ing rounds won by Brad Lowe, the current Vic-
torian Champion, Owen Schnoor and Burleigh.
Lowe led home the fastest qualifying race
with just two minutes and 5.448 seconds re-
quired to run eight laps.
The final over 15 laps finished with a great
result for the class as Schnoor, who had been
knocking on the door for a feature win, joined
his father Darren on this season’s winners list
taking the victory by just .472 of a second at the
finish line ahead of Burleigh.
Lowe was third followed by Darren Schnoor
and Kyle Stathopoulos.
Racing returns to Nyora on Sunday, April 23
with Dirt Modifieds the headline act, along with
Ladies Wingless Sprints and club classes.
Travelling all the way from Mildura, Jake Drewett won the Modified Sedans section at the
Nyora Raceway meeting on April 1. Photo courtesy of CBM Photography.
Schnoor wins at Nyora
THE 12-car V8 Supercars pile-up at Sym-
mons Plains in Tasmania last weekend could
have implications for the next event on their
calendar, at Phillip Island in two weeks’ time.
While Will Davison looks a definite withdraw-
al with a possible fracture to his back, several
other teams are in a race against time to have
cars ready for the WD-40 Phillip Island 500.
But they’ll all be there, we are assured, even
if they have to work around the clock to build
new cars or repairs extensively damaged cars.
Davison spent the night in Launceston Gen-
eral Hospital after complaining of lower back
pain following a heavy hit the pile-up and scans
revealed a possible fracture to a vertebra in his
Fortunately there were on other major inju-
Crash course for Island V8s
THE CAMS 2017 Victorian State Circuit
Racing Championships Round 2 is scheduled
at Phillip Island on the weekend of May 6 and
7 with an expected entry of over 200 cars.
This enduring and premier Australian State
Championship Series has entered its 20th
year as a championship at Phillip Island and
for the first time in nine years is not the first
round of the season.
This year features all the usual and excit-
ing state categories including Improved Pro -
duction, Formula Ford, Formula Ford 1600,
Formula Vee, HQ Holdens, Sports Sedans,
Sports Cars, Porsche 944, Saloon Cars, His-
toric Touring Cars and an avalanche of Hyun-
dai Excels, all of which have CAMS Victorian
Championship status this year, with only the
MG and British Sports Cars being ineligible
for a championship.
Action aplenty is assured from 9am to 5pm
daily, with family friendly admission un-
changed with adult weekend passes a mere
$30, Sunday only $25, Saturday $20 and
kids under 16 admitted free all weekend.
This meeting is the first of five race meet-
ings being promoted by PIARC (Phillip Island
Auto Racing Club) in 2017, and one of nine
for the year with club involvement.
PIARC spokesman Geoff Bull says the club
is hoping for almost 50 entries each for both
the Excels and Improved Production Catego -
“These categories continue to blow us away
with their great popularity with both competi-
tors and enthusiast spectators.
“Also the popular Saloon Cars have been
working hard at increasing their entries for
this their second year since gaining official se -
ries status in 2016 and heading towards their
Nationals scheduled for Island Magic 2017 on
November 25 and 26. ”
It is also Round 2 of 5 for CAMS Victorian
State Circuit Racing Championships being
conducted as usual at both Phillip Island and
Sandown throughout the year and also in
June at the Winton circuit near Benalla.
In the meantime make sure you note May
6 and 7 in your diary for a weekend of great
budget priced family motorsport action at
More information is at www.piarc.com.au
racing at GP circuit
RESULTS from Round 6: APL Aces 13 def Pur-
ple Helmets Too 2, Austral Warriors 12 def The
Cally Crew 3, Cally Devils 9 def Purple Helmets 6,
Gypsies 8 def Outkasts 7, Wonthaggi Golf Club 10
def Wonthaggi Club Blue 5, Wonthaggi Club Tigers
10 def Wonthaggi Workmen’s Club 5.
Ladder: Wonthaggi Golf Club 30 24, Austral
Warriors 38 20, APL Aces 26 20, Cally Devils 4 16,
Wonthaggi Club Blue -6 16, Purple Helmets 16 12,
Wonthaggi Club Tigers 14 12, Wonthaggi Work-
men’s Club -14 8, Outkasts -22 4, The Cally Crew
-24 4, Gypsies -26 4, Purple Helmets Too -36 4.
SOUTH Gippsland Mid-Week Ladies Ten-
nis ladders are as follows:
SECTION 1: Inverloch Diamonds 34, Phil-
lip Island 29, Wonthaggi Turkeys 29, In-
verloch Sapphires 22, Bena 9, Wonthaggi
SECTION 2: Korumburra 37, Foster 30,
Nyora 24, Bena 22, Phillip Island 20, Inver-
loch Yellow 19, Wonthaggi Owls 8, Inverloch
SECTION 3: Inverloch Jigger Diggers 35,
Phillip Island 32, Foster 29, Grantville 15,
Fish Creek 12, Wonthaggi 3.
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