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Back in 1984. Thanks very much, Ed. Congratulations, mate. with $50,000? Mate, what are you gonna do Um...gee, good question. a new floor in our place. Um...well, we do need room where you can see the dirt. It's got some holes in the dining You've got a floor. So that's a good start. something else, though. You've got to do Tamara. What do you want? OK, um... The list is a mile long. you can work it out. You can sit down there, Well played. Well done, mate. Congratulations. Michael Bell just won $50,000. Millionaire Hot Seat. Goodnight. See you next time in the Red Bee Media Australia Supertext Captions by

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6:30. n z Coming up on WIN News... Research reveals tourism is now a Research reveals tourism is now a

billion dollar industry in the ACT.

And, Canberra five-eighth Matt

Giteau in the running for ' World Giteau in the running for ' World

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three degrees. Tonight ... three degrees. Tonight ... Bad

health forces Chief Magistrate health forces Chief Magistrate Ron

Cahill to hand in his resignation.

Can the ACT achieve carbon Can the ACT achieve carbon neutral

status by the year 2060? And, a status by the year 2060? And, a

teenager recounts the night he was attacked on a Canberra street. attacked on a Canberra street. Good

evening, I' m Jessica Good.

evening, I' m Jessica Good. After

thirty-two years on the bench of thirty-two years on the bench of the

ACT Magistrates Court, Ron Cahill

has handed in his resignation due has handed in his resignation due to

ill health. His departure comes