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KEEP your home safe and secure
with a great deal on quality safes at
Raneye Systems in Wonthaggi.
There’s no need to go to Melbourne with
a massive range of safes already in store right
Raneye Systems’ Ross Langlois said the
company stocks primarily Australian made
products and will not be beaten on price.
“We have something here that will satisfy
all safe requirements,” Mr Langlois said.
“If we don’t have what you want here, we
will source it for you.”
The range of safes include small cash
safes, gun cabinets, pistol safes, cash drop
safes, fire rated safes, laptop safes and file
Raneye Systems is currently holding
a super special on L16 safes. For a limited
time, the safes will be priced at $279 – well
below the ordinary retail price of $389.
Raneye Systems is able to provide deliv-
ery in the local area.
As the gun laws are changing and more
stringent control is being required by the
Victorian Police Licensing Division, it is es-
sential your guns are well secured, so if you
have an old locker be aware that this may not
now meet the required standards.
Make sure you keep up to the current
standards so you do not lose your guns.
Quality alarm systems and CCTV sur-
veillance cameras are also in stock, which
can be installed professionally through Ran-
Twenty four hour Back to Base Monitor-
ing is also available if required.
So for all your security needs, one call to
Raneye Systems on 1300 324 252 does it all.
Keep safe with
NEW president of the
Wonthaggi Business and
(WBTA) Dee Connell has
a few ideas up her sleeve
to brighten up Wonthaggi.
Dee has been the treasurer
of the WBTA for three years and
stepped up to her new role after
its last annual general meeting on
“Ross Langlois (former presi-
dent) has been doing it for a long
time and he leads a busy lifestyle,”
“Ross has done a wonderful
job and he will remain on the com-
mittee. When he became president
it was just the two of us and Han-
nah Quilford, so we work well as a
team. There’s a few projects I want
to see get off the ground so I have
One such project is the
Laneways Festival, which may go
ahead on April 1 next year. This
will fall on the first weekend of the
Easter school holidays.
“Some of the feedback we have
received is we need to have an event
over Easter, so we’ve decided to
think outside the box and do things
a bit differently,” Dee said.
“The Laneways Festival will
essentially be a festival to brighten
up our laneways. We will have food
vendors and market stallholders
located throughout the laneways,
and we are hoping to include art-
ists and musicians in the mix.”
The WBTA is looking to re-
ceive funding to bring this project
to fruition. Dee said they were
looking at around $15,000 to fund
the event and include features like
live music, power and toilets.
“We are hoping to get funding
from (Bass Coast Shire) council
but we are also looking for a major
sponsor,” she said.
“We need sponsorship for the
community and it would be a re-
ally great opportunity for those
who want to get their brand out
there because we would put their
logo on the main stage, print me-
dia and on the programs that will
be handed out on the day.”
at info centre
The Wonthaggi Business and
Tourism Association (WBTA)
is working on a revised submis-
sion to take over the Wonthaggi
Visitor Information Centre.
“We are hoping to base our-
selves there and keep the tourist
information available. We want to
represent the people of Wonthag-
gi, so we would work with other
groups to make it viable and make
sure what’s already in there isn’t
shoved in a corner,” WBTA presi-
dent Dee Connell said.
“The centre would be a good
place to advertise local businesses
Moving into the information
centre would also give the WBTA
the opportunity to extend the al-
ready popular Make It Bake It
“If we end up in the informa-
tion centre we would love to make
it a Friday night market and use the
space there,” Dee said.
If you would like to become
a member of the WBTA, contact
business liaison officer Leah Mon-
tebello at info@wonthaggibusi-
ness.com.au or visit Dee at Con-
New president: Dee Con-
nell recently became the
president of the Wonthaggi
Business and Tourism Asso-
ciation, and hopes to bring
an exciting new event to the
town next Easter.
in the pipeline
Safe and secure: Ross Langlois showcases the
wide range of safes available at Raneye Systems
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