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@realty AGENTS Tamara & Daniel Leske 32
Aids for daily living 13
Alex Scott Real Estate - Grantville 2 & 4
AP Progressive Plumbing 37
Avon - Di Thomas 19
Bass Coast Tyre & Auto 36
Bass Valley Computers 12
Bassine Specialty Cheeses (Farm Shop) 18
Bec’s Gardening 32
Bendigo Bank 40
B.J’s Mowing & Garden Maintenance 35
Black Fish Medical Centre 2
Brian Paynter - State MP Bass 25
Chase Computers 23
Clare Le Serve - Local Ward Councillor 25
Corinella Air Conditioning & Electrical 33
dcCoastal Hair & Beauty - Grantville & Lang Lang 19
Elliston’s Mechanical Services 34
Evans Petroleum 21
Fast Fit Car Care & Exhaust 36
Flourishing Figures - Accountant & Tax Agent 2
Flyaway Screens 26
Fox Mowing and Gardening 37
Frenchview Lifestyle Village 37
Grantville Medical Centre 13
Grantville Mitre 10 - Hardware 29
Greg Hunt - Federal MP for Flinders 25
Greyhound Racing Victoria - Greyhound Adoption Program 38
James McConvill & Associates - Legal 39
Jim’s Bait & Tackle San Remo 34
Jo Jo’s Gluten Free Goodies 15
Kernot Food & Wine Store 18
Kirra Moon-Curry, Travel Managers 31
K9 Pawfection - Dog Grooming 25
Lang Lang Funeral Services 1
Massage Therapist - Nici Marshall. 14
Metro Asbestos Removal 29
Mint Mowing 35
Minuteman Press - Printers 5
Nurse Practitioner - Deb Garvey 14
Newhaven College 3
Over 60 Travel Insurance 18
Paint & Sip - Art Classes 31
Peter. C. West Plumbing 33
Photo Magic - Trish Hart 26
Right Choice Mortgage & Leasing 38
Russell Sanders - Contractor & Block Slashing 35-36
S&P Heavy Mechanical - Grantville 37
Safflower Chinese Medicine 14
Sassy Hair & Beauty 5
Stihl Shop - Lang Lang 35
Spicy Duck Thai Restaurant 18
Stockdale & Leggo (Judith Wright) Cowes 17
Stockdale & Leggo –Grantville & Koo Wee Rup 40
Sunscape Electrical - Solar installations 2
The Dog Whisperer 19
Tides Bar & Grill Restaurant - Tooradin 2
Van Steensels Timber & Hardware 21
Veterinary Clinics - Inverloch, San Remo & Wonthaggi 26
Vinyl Layer - Ivan Meddings 1
Weight Loss - Delma 15
Yoga - Santhosa Yoga 38
The Waterline News Grantville
Welcome to the February edition of The Waterline News. This month we have all the usual features, with apologies for a couple of feature stories we had to hold over until next month. This included the book review segment, which will be back next month with a chance for you to win a popular new release by John Clarke. In October we said “The NBN is coming – do not panic!” Gordon Chase, from Chase Computers says “According to the NBN roll-out map, if you can get the Waterline News locally, you should be able to also get an NBN connection with only a few exceptions. All the good things about the NBN are still true and depending on your choices, free phone line rental, cheaper phone calls, faster internet and more of it are all available once you connect. And there's the rub. We are increasingly hearing stories of people left without internet or phone during the transition, lost home phone numbers with new home numbers provided or worse still, no phone at all. For the unfortunate few experiencing these difficulties it is a major inconvenience requiring many phone calls to the provider so as to explain the problem and verify that a solution is on the way. This is not a fault with the NBN even though everyone who knows anyone with issues loudly proclaims the NBN to be the problem, the real problem is your service provider, the company that bills you every month for your internet connection. So how to avoid these inconveniences? Take your time – you have at least 9 months left (& we suspect the initial rush of connections and teething problems will be dealt with within a month or so) Be patient, ask your friends and neighbours about their experience and with whom. Seriously consider changing providers if you suspect your provider is not coping, is overwhelmed by issues and complaints due to a reduced workforce and increased expectations”.
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The Waterline News is a Grantville and district based local independent community magazine which is delivered to outlets in Tooradin, Koo Wee Rup, Lang Lang, Nyora, Loch, Kernot, Grantville, Corinella, Coronet Bay, Bass, San Remo, Newhaven, Phillip Island, Cowes and French Island. The Waterline News is edited and produced by Independent Journalist Roger Clark from Grantville who has more than 40 years experience as a journalist, mostly in the sporting arena but he has also had considerable experience with community and local tourism newsletters in both the Yarra Valley and Tarwin Lower/Venus Bay in past years. Over the past two years he contributed feature stories on various topics and then took over as editor of the Bass Valley News. Roger has a passion for Community development in the Grantville and District area, acted as the flagmaster for the Memorial Park for three years, served on the Cemetery trust for four years and is keen to develop The Waterline News as an independent local community magazine free from the restraints of being tied to any one organisation. The pages of The Waterline News are open to all community groups, generally on a no cost basis with community groups requested to send your details by the first of each month for distribution scheduled for the third Thursday each month. The Waterline News contains contact details of all local Community Groups who have provided information, with opportunities to promote their special events and activities, these include Lang Lang, Corinella, Cowes and Wonthaggi Neighbourhood Houses and Community Centres. Please contact The Waterline News to submit an article, advertise, notify the community of up-coming events, ask a question, comment or perhaps suggest an idea for future inclusion. Your suggestions are welcome.

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