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(generated from captions) thunder for northern NSW, thanks to a lingering trough. Storm on the cards for Brisbane tomorrow.

Sydney is in for a taste of summer tomorrow. Clear skies and a top of 31 degrees. Winds will increase slightly in the afternoon. The chance of storms in the west. Penrith is heading for a muggy 35 degrees.

Mostly clear conditions for the week ahead. A chance of a shower on Sunday.

A hot and sunny start to the year in the west. Light cloud about on New Years Eve. Nothing to spoil the fireworks.

New Years Eve. Nothing to spoil the
fireworks. Just 19 degrees at 2am. Thank you. That's Nine News this Thursday. Goodnight. Supertext captions by Red Bee Media - www.redbeemedia.com.au at midnight. Tonight A man struck b t A man struck by a passing car in Mudgee increas r in Mudgee An increas by a passing car in Mudgee An increase in speeding drivers on the K ers on the Kings Highway And concern for

Kings Highway And concern for school leavers vying for jobs vying for jobs Good leavers vying for jobs Good Evening I' m Kerryn Johnston, The New South Wales holiday road toll has to oad toll has risen to Wales holiday road toll has risen to eight with the death of a motorist at Mudgee this morning. ma ee this morning. A ma motorist at Mudgee this morning. A man in his fifties was struck by a passing car. Its the second fatal crash in as many days in the d in as many days in the Mudgee d district.
crash in as many days in the Mudgee dr
district. Police have appealed for "Opera
drivers to be more vigilant as "Operation Safe Arrival" it'eration Safe Arrival" finishes it' "Operation Safe Arrival" finishes happe
it' s sixth day. The accident happened just after nine this morning after nine this Pol
morning on Ulan Road near Mudgee. Police said the man, was

Police said the man, was standing by his parked car when he was byparked car when he was struck by his parked car when he was struck Mudge
by a passing vehicle. A local Mudgee man was parked on the side of the road out of his vehicle when another vehicle came in the oth dir me in the other dir another vehicle came in the other s
direction and has gone to the wrong side of the road and collided th road and collided with th side of the road and collided with that vehicle. The Ford station

that vehicle. The Ford station was travelling north when it int n it crashed int travelling north when it crashed into the stationary car. The man in h car. The man in his fifties suffered injuri suffered extensive injuri his fifties suffered extensive injuries and died at the scene. F died at the scene. The F injuries and died at the scene. The Ford wagon was being driven by a fema by a female in her thirties. She was taken her thirties. She was taken to hospital for mandatory blood hospital for mandatory in
blood tests. There was no one else in either vehicle The road was closed cle The road was closed until late this afternoon. During the day traffic was diverted aring the day traffic was diverted around the scene. The fatal crash add The fatal crash descri
adds another death what police describer as a horror holiday road d
drivers
toll. Officers are appealing to all
drivers to be vigilant when driving. I just ask everyone to please slow ease use
slow down and consider other road users who are on the road obvious users who are on the road and obviously don' t drink and ously don' t drink and drive obviously don' t drink and drive and take your time to get where you are going because your loved ones t ved ones want t going because your loved ones want to see you get home investigau get home Crash investiga to see you get home Crash investigators have appeal to anyone w anyone cont
who witnessed the fatal crash to contact Mudgee Police or Stoppet Mudgee Police or Crime Stoppe contact Mudgee Police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. McLean on 1800 333 000. Neil McLean Stoppers on 1800 333 000. Neil McLean WIN News. Speeding
McLean WIN News. Speeding offences on the Kings Highway are up by dri
fifty per cent this month and ACT motori
drivers make up a third of all motorists caught. Officers conducting the annual blitz fear irre annual blitz fear irresponsible decisions may eventually lead to a fatal

eventually lead to a fatal accident. Clocked - at one-hundred-and- twelve in an eighty zone. doublein an eighty zone. With double twelve in an eighty zone. With double demerits this driver was stung ten points. Ultimately losing his licence. The message has been s . The message has been tak
said many times, drive carefully, e
everybody
take breaks don' t be impatient and everybody will get to where they need hey need to get. The ACT driver po The ACT driver told po need to get. The ACT driver told police, he had only one day off to ma ly one day off to make it to the coast. An excuse
make it to the coast. An excuse that didn' t cut it. Expect to what ut it. Expect to see what didn' t cut it. Expect to see what you' re not expecting to see I g I guess when it comes to the number comes to the number guess when it comes to the number of s
police cars. Only last week we had several cars that came down Syveral cars that came down from Sydn several cars that came down from Sydney for a specific operation so sub
substantially
our local numbers have been quite substantially boosted. New South Wales and ACT Police have joined forc d ACT Police have joined S
forces for the annual Kings Highway
hundr
Summer blitz. So far this month two- hundred-and-three people have been caught speeding, up from one-hundred-and-thirty-four at the sa at the actuall
same time last year. We' ve actually seen a fifty-one per in a fifty-one per cent in increase
actually seen a fifty-one per cent increase on last year for thatase on last year for people that increase on last year for people Mor
that have been caught speeding.
More than half have been ACT drivers - one-hundred-and-two. The only category to drop were P and L Plate offences. Any reduction we' ve . Any reduction we' ve offences. Any reduction we' ve got dese
to say is a good thing and that deserves praise so to those L and P platers using the Kings thank you for driving with respect and care. In the past three months, there' s also been five vehicles f n five vehicles confiscated f also been five vehicles confiscated for exceeding the speed limit by more it by more than forty-five ks. I would li . I would Sta
like to think in this part of the State we can get through the per State we can get through the next period, the next month or eriod, the next month or so
period, the next month or so without any fatalities. +w sing
Police are also investigating a
single vehicle crash at Abercrombie. airlifted
A motorcyclist in his forties s was airlifted to Orange Hospital after he crashed on the Goulburn Road on the Goulburn Road he crashed on the Goulburn Road this morning. Investigators say it appear nvestigators say it appears he lost control of his machine while negotiating a of e while negotiating a series of machine while negotiating a series along
of bends when riding south, and slid along the roadway. assisthe roadway. Bystanders assist along the roadway. Bystanders emerge
assisted the injured man until emergency services arrived. remainy services arrived. He remain emergency services arrived. He Three
remains in a serious condition. Three circus monkeys have inj monkeys have escaped inj Three circus monkeys have escaped injury following a crash near Kiama t wing a crash near Kiama this afternoon. At about two p afternoon. At about two thirty p this afternoon. At about two thirty pm a four wheel drive carrying a trailer, jack knifed on the Princes H the Princes Highway at Bombo. There were
Highway at Bombo. There were initial reports the monkeys had escaped onto caped onto the train tracks - but it' now in tracks - but it' s now onto the train tracks - but it' s remain
now believed all three monkeys remained in the cage. The driver was transported to Hospital ellharbour Hospital transported to Shellharbour Hospital with minor injuries. It' s understood they were on their way to Southbound
a circus in Batemans Bay. Southbound traffic was delayeund traffic was heavily delaye Southbound traffic was heavily delayed. Young people are i Young people are finding i delayed. Young people are finding it difficult to secure a job, with

it difficult to secure a job, with a national
recent report revealing the national unemployment rate teenonal unemployment rate for teenag national unemployment rate for teenagers is three times rs is three times higher teenagers is three times higher than it is for adults. Local youth services say rural and regional areas have even higher rates and have higher rates and have urged employers to give yers to give teens
have urged employers to give teens a full-time
go. Finding employment has been a full-time battle for Vine e battle for Sharli-Lee Vine full-time battle for Sharli-Lee Vines. The twenty year-old has b year-old has only b Vines. The twenty year-old has only been able to secure casual work "Everywh
since leaving high school. "Everywhere I go they ask experie o they ask for experie "Everywhere I go they ask for experience or some sort qualifence or some sort of qualificat experience or some sort of experienc
qualification, but you need experience to get the job, but ne ce to get the job, but you ne experience to get the job, but you
need the job to get experience." "So it' s really a big cycle lly a big viscous cycle "So it' s really a big viscous Fo
cycle." A recent report from the Foundation for Young revndation for Young Australians reve revealed
Foundation for Young Australians te
revealed the unemployment rate for teenagers in the labour force is at sixteen point six per cent, a

which
sixteen point six per cent, a figure which hasn' t returned to levels pri urned to levels prior to the global financial Ser
Services
crisis. Southern Youth and Family Sharli-Lee
Services helps people like Sharli-Lee to develop skil develop employment skil Sharli-Lee to develop employment Backhous
skills. Policy officer Helen Backhouse says in some areas of the I n some areas of the Illawarra, the youth unemployment rate is as high as 40 per cent. "We gh as 40 per cent. unemployment
"We are seeing increased manufactur
manufacturing
unemployment as we see the manufacturing industry decline and
number
manufacturing industry decline and a number of flow on effects from that so we' ve lost about 3,000 from st about 3,000 jobs from so we' ve lost about 3,000 jobs from this region in the past 12 month egion in the past 12 months." Some of the barriers facin the barriers inexperie
facing young people include inexperience and transportation. B transportation. Ms B inexperience and transportation. Ms Backhouse has urged employe urged potential employe Backhouse has urged potential employers to consider young people

employers to consider young people - inter
even if that means offering an internship. For Sharli-Lee full-time employment would open doors to
employment would open doors to even renti
more opportunities - including renting her own home. "They g her own home. "They would g renting her own home. "They would get employees that are keen, that will turn up on time, that have liste
energy, charisma." +w "Don' t listen to the stereotypes." +w "The o the stereotypes." +w "There are a lot of us that just want us that just want to work and get things going." +w Briena Barrett, WIN News.

sus
suspicious
Police are investigating three North
suspicious fires in Canberra' s North. At about two am officers
North. At about two am officers were called to Howie Court in a Howie Court in Belconnen a after
called to Howie Court in Belconnen after a ute was set on fire. er a ute was set on fire. An later
after a ute was set on fire. An hour later three vehicles were set alight at the Oracle Apartments in Chandler Street. The third incident A
occurred at six am, near the former Australian Taxation Office, twoalian Taxation Office, where two Australian Taxation Office, where two wooden pallets and four air P
conditioner units were set on fire. Police believe the fires are a ce believe the fires are linked a Police believe the fires are linked and are urging any witnesses to
and are urging any witnesses to come forward. New laws allowing hunting ng hunting in national parks in New Sout parks in New am
South Wales have come into effect, amidst warnings that serious o gs that serious injury o amidst warnings that serious injury R
Rangers
or even a fatality is a major risk. Rangers have threatened to walk off the job, while people have been urged not to enter parks where hunting is now permitted. the hunting is now permitted. However the Government maintains that
the Government maintains that safety will be paramount in its unt in its program will be paramount in its program to manage feral pests. Enter at your own risk - a warning from the Public from the Public Service Association. We rig
have raised concerns about safety right from the beginning. Laws have come into effect paving the
have come into effect paving the way Sout
for hunting in seventy nine New Forty
South Wales parks and reserves. Forty eight have been le t have been quarantined, le leaving
Forty eight have been quarantined, leaving more than six hundred fif leaving more than six hundred and fifty potentially open to potentially open to hunters fifty potentially open to hunters in Gove
the future. That' s despite the assessme
Government' s own draft risk assessment warning that park users will be at high risk of being shot or g shot
or injured by a bullet or arrow. The union representing park staff has threatened protest action. wi st action. Rangers wi threatened protest action. Rangers will consider walking off the job or refusing to collect entrance fees if ect entrance fees if the legislation isn' t repealed. We' ll raise our concerns about the ns about the safety and unless that can s that safety can the safety and unless that safety act
can be guaranteed in some way and staff
actions put in place to protect cons
consider
staff and the public then we' ll consider further action. The National Parks Association is
National Parks Association is urging h
people to stay away. Any risk to human life is too much of a one e is too much of a risk, one human life is too much of a risk, one life is one too many. It' s not a one too many. It' s not The
a risk we' re prepared to take. assessme
The Government says the risk assessment will be used to st sment will be used to develop st strict
assessment will be used to develop Th
They'
strict controls to suit each park. They' ll be finalised by March w lised by March 2013 w They' ll be finalised by March 2013 when the pest management program begins. Hunters wont be able to
begins. Hunters wont be able to open fire until then. As the new law too s the new laws too fire until then. As the new laws s
took effect the Government remained silent. Neither Premier Barry Farr er Premier Barry O' Farr silent. Neither Premier Barry O' Farrell or Environment Robyn nment Minister Robyn Farrell or Environment Minister Robyn Parker would comment today, assuring
instead reissuing statements Hu
assuring safety will be paramount. Hunters must hold a Game Rest Hunters must hold a Game Council Restricted Licence. Michaela Gray, WIN News. ews. investigatin
Griffith police are investigating two separate fire separate house fire investigating two separate house fires overnight in Darlington Point build
and Bilbul which destroyed both buildings. This vision, taken Krisings. This vision, taken by Kris buildings. This vision, taken by Darl
Darlington
Kristy Treverton on Ryan Road at Darlington Point shows the o Point shows the ferocity o Darlington Point shows the ferocity of the fire. It' s not yet known ou
what caused the blaze but it broke out just before midnight and q before midnight and spread q quickly.
out just before midnight and spread hom
quickly. The outbreak gutting the home and causing neighbouring power lines to explode. Power lines exploding. The was no one in the ho no one in the house at the time of the fire. time of the fire. It'
believed
house at the time of the fire. It' s believed the owners are on d the owners are currently on believed the owners are currently on holidays interstate. Police don' t believe the Darlington Point fire i t fire is related to the one at Bilbul
which occurred a few hours later. Coming up next on WIN News: A man charged over a string of break and en of break and enter offences in Wollongong ongong And enter offences in Wollongong And how to avoid uninvited house party guests

This program is not captioned. Police are on the hunt for a who hunt for a man who Police are on the hunt for a man who brandished a shot gun and demanded cash from employees in a ret s in a retail store at Kiama Downs. inci Kiama Downs. The inci retail store at Kiama Downs. The incident occurred at about five pm ye bout five pm yesterday when the man entered st hen the man entered the st yesterday when the man entered the flee
store, before making threats and fleeing on foot. He is described b . He is described as b fleeing on foot. He is described as eighty
being caucasian, a hundred and eighty centimetres tall and weghty centimetres tall and was weari wearing
eighty centimetres tall and was wearing a cream coloured shirt and pa coloured shirt and des
descended
pants. Thousands of people have
today,
descended on retail outlets in Wagga today, for the first day of the post Christmas sales. Stores were sh
shoppers
packed from morning to night, with shoppers in search of a great deal. The Boxing Day sales may have start e started a day late in Wagga, but t
shoppers certainly made up for lost time today. Once the doors y. Once the doors opened
time today. Once the doors opened at local retail outlets this y l outlets this morning, y local retail outlets this morning, young and old poured in, eager bag d poured in, eager to bag young and old poured in, eager to bag a post-Christmas bargain. crowdpost-Christmas bargain. Ma
crowd noise Thousand took to the Marketplace today. Among them, these youngsters proudly showing theirers proudly showing off their youngsters proudly showing off their purchases. I bought shoe s. I bought some shoe their purchases. I bought some shoes and I bought some clothes and s and some books. I bought a book

some books. I bought a book from $15 down to $10. It wasn' t l down to $10. It wasn' t just l locals
$15 down to $10. It wasn' t just locals though. Even visitors to though. Even visitors to joined
locals though. Even visitors to town joined the masses in the hunt for an n the hunt for an unbeatable deal. We' re Sydnbeatable deal. We' re from Syd Sydney
an unbeatable deal. We' re from Sydney and we' re here famiey and we' re here visiting famil Sydney and we' re here visiting family but I love shopping in Wagga b e shopping in Wagga because there is less crowds, gre
bargains and less queues which is in
internet
great. Even with the increase in marketpl
marketplace
internet sales, shops in the marketplace are expected to over ected to turn over marketplace are expected to turn over more than twelve dollars than twelve million dollars over more than twelve million Many
dollars by the end of the month. Many outlets have extended trad have extended their trad Many outlets have extended their trading hours to cope with the
trading hours to cope with the extra demand. Julieanne Horsman, WIN News. sman, WIN News. A man has been charged over st an has been charged over a st A man has been charged over a string of break and enters the nd enters around the string of break and enters around the Wollongong area. The forty-one Mead
year-old was arrested at a Fairy Meadow property yesterday. He is facing forty three charges for various alleged offences spanning over three weeks. Police across New S lice across New newes
South Wales have welcomed their
attestation
newest recruits following the latest Ca
attestation ceremony in Goulburn. Caitlin Emery is one of three off is one of three new off Caitlin Emery is one of three new officers to join the ranks at the Lake Illawarra Police Station. tw Police Station. The tw Lake Illawarra Police Station. The twenty year-old was one of three hund r-old was one of three hundred to graduate from the

hundred to graduate from the academy earlier this month. Close to a third lose to a third of the graduates have been senrd of the graduates have been sent to regional areas. The officers will now complete twelve months o lete twelve months of o will now complete twelve months of dist
on-the-job training and study by grad
distance, before they officially graduate with an Associate with an Associate Degree
graduate with an Associate Degree in Policing Practice and are confirmed in the rank of constable. There' s just four days to go until we bring i we bring in the new year, and as people prepar people prepare for twenty thirteen , n , prepare for twenty thirteen , police This
are ramping up their resources. This year Lake Illawarra

This year Lake Illawarra police have set their sights on house parties and have urged hosts to take righ and have urged hosts to take the right steps to ensure it' s a memorable night for all the right reasons. New Years Eve is one of th ne of the busiest nights of the year for c
choose
police. In Wollongong, people often choose the buzz of the CBD' s an of the CBD' s pubs an choose the buzz of the CBD' s pubs B
and clubs to bring in the new year. But for Lake Illawarra Police it' s a different story - with parifferent story - with house partie a different story - with house parties being the celebration of choice, some of which are spur the ome of which are spur of the choice, some of which are spur of conce
the moment events. "That is a concern for us when people don' t plan their night and have parties when they' re not thinking about
consequenc
when they' re not thinking about the consequences." This year, the comm year, the comm consequences." This year, the command will deploy extra officers to icers to deal with out-of-control
to deal with out-of-control parties. Police will be keeping a close o eeping a close eye o Police will be keeping a close eye on increased traffic in a ic in residential a on increased traffic in residential areas, noise issues and complaints fr and complaints from concerned residents. Ja concerned residents. Sergeant Ja from concerned residents. Sergeant Jason Harrison says hosts need tak rison says hosts need to tak Jason Harrison says hosts need to take control. "Most of the time unfortunately, the host is either int ther intoxicated or under the effects s intoxicated or under the effects of d
some other substance." "If they
don' t have control of the situation then quite often it comes down to to then quite often it comes down to a point where we have to be involved." Police are also h ." Police are also urging h involved." Police are also urging hosts to be vigilant if they advertise parties on Facebook, avo on Facebook, to avo advertise parties on Facebook, to in
avoid un-invited guests turning up in large numbers. For party safe infoge numbers. For party safe information you can visit my nite dot com dot au. "You' re to "You' re allowed to dot com dot au. "You' re allowed to have a party at home and we' no rty at home and we' re no to have a party at home and we' re not saying don' t, but manage it
not saying don' t, but manage it and please make sure at last the kn ake sure at last the host kn knows
please make sure at last the host knows what' s going on and has control of the night." Briena Barrett, WIN N

The ACT community has dug t unity has dug deep t The ACT community has dug deep this past year - Raising one
this past year - Raising one million Fo
Foundation.
dollars for the Canberra Hospital esta
Foundation. The organisation was established two years ago and local businesses and groups in the Capital, oups in the Capital, have banded together to cont anded together to contribute to the funds. Money is used to assist those who stay in those who stay in used to assist those who stay in the w
hospital, going towards purchasing waiting room chairs, cough macing room chairs, cough assist mac machines
waiting room chairs, cough assist machines and other items for patients. For example buying
patients. For example buying Ipads for the paediatric ward, all thi diatric ward, all the thi for the paediatric ward, all the doesn
things the health budget dollar doesn' t stretch to, this money g this money can g doesn' t stretch to, this money can go to making peoples lives a little m s lives a little more comfortable. The Winter Crop harvest across New South i ss New South Wales i Crop harvest across New South Wales is almost complete. A dry Spring resumost complete. A dry Spring resulted in lower yields but
particularly
resulted in lower yields but prices, stro
strong,
particularly for canola, remain strong, delivering a pleasing result for farmers. More than half mill More than half a mill for farmers. More than half a million hectares harvested. Just a few late paddocks in the East to

few late paddocks in the East to go. The New South Wales Winter crop is all but in the silos. On the whole we' ve had a mixed bag across a number of a areas but a good as but a good number of a areas but a good harvest none the less. The season started well with a full soil profiith a full soil moisture profi well with a full soil moisture profile and it was just enough to see farmers through a dry Winter and Spring, with crops maturing weeks con
earlier than last year. The dry conditions tempered yield bu red yield somewhat bu conditions tempered yield somewhat but fortunately, it was a very d unately, it was a very slow d but fortunately, it was a very slow dry down and it had a minimal
dry down and it had a minimal impact on quality. Prices across the boar Prices across the board were strong and canola o rong and canola turned o board were strong and canola turned crops
out to be one of the most profitable c
canola
crops for the season. Prices for canola have been pretty firm yanola have been pretty firm all year canola have been pretty firm all year. That' s been a bit of a f That' s been a bit of a bonus f for
year. That' s been a bit of a bonus for the producers particularly with the slightly lower yields due to
the slightly lower yields due to the dry conditions earlier this nditions earlier this year. dry conditions earlier this year. Wheat performed well too. othe performed well too. While othe Wheat performed well too. While other farmers were changing their rotations, Malcolm McKenzie stuck

rotations, Malcolm McKenzie stuck to his original plan of two and plan of two hundred and his original plan of two hundred and fifty hectares of canola and eight hundred hectares of wheat. He' s glad he did. All of a whe of a sudden whe s glad he did. All of a sudden when they had the drought in America p
in made a huge difference to grain prices and virtually went up $100 a tonne for wheat from $160 up to $160 up to tonne for wheat from $160 up to $260 har
for APW. Mr McKenzie says this harvest has been less s been less stressful
harvest has been less stressful than with
others with no pests to contend with and a dry finish. We had ra inish. We had no ra with and a dry finish. We had no rain interruptions which have erruptions which have been major
rain interruptions which have been a major concern in the past two years. With the Winter crop harvest now out of the way, u the way, farmers u harvest now out of the way, farmers up North are desperately hoping t re desperately hoping for t up North are desperately hoping for th
the rain they need to start sowing their Summer crops. Down South,
their Summer crops. Down South, most mixed enterprise farmers and switching their attention to livestock. Julieanne Horsman, Win New sman, Win News. +w

Sport is next with Amy an xt with Amy Duggan an Sport is next with Amy Duggan and some big name bowlers in Fairy Me airy
Meadow over the next ten days. That' s right Kerryn it' s the ann Kerryn it' s the biggest ann s right Kerryn it' s the biggest annual bowls tournament in the Southe nt in the Southern Hemisphere. And It' s one ne Southern Hemisphere. And It' s one v two as the Canberra Cavalry it the Canberra Cavalry faces it two as the Canberra Cavalry faces its biggest rivals

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This program is not captioned. The Canberra Cavalry is about to jet off across the country to face it country to face its biggest rival in the ABL - the Pe the Perth Heat. The local side Heat. The local side is
Perth Heat. The local side is coming w
off its fourth consectutive series premie
win and is eying off the minor premiership. Eight games in day p. Eight games in ten day premiership. Eight games in ten team
days. No rest for the number one head
heading
team on the ABL ladder. We' re morning
heading off to Perth tomorrow morning for four games there and
then 2 days off, 4 games back here. The Canberra Cavalry are preparing champ
champions
for a play off against reining champions the Perth Heat. It comes after the fourth series win in a ries win in a after the fourth series win in a row we
against the Brisbane Bandits last week - which brought the Briga rought the Orange Briga week - which brought the Orange Brigade up to the top spot, for the f p spot, for the first time in the club' s history. The get over there and to play
The get over there and to play them seriously
you know they take it very seriously and our boyd take it s d our boyd take it very s
seriously and our boyd take it very seriously and we want to make sure we' re placed to win that minor premi hat minor premiership host some play remiership host some play off premiership host some play off games here and so the boys are gear the boys are really gear here and so the boys are really geared up and ready to go. +w se to go. +w Last se geared up and ready to go. +w Last season the Cavalry upset the
season the Cavalry upset the Western three
side, coming out on top with a three to one series win. It' s a perf t' s a performance Thom Carter wants to ter wants to performance Thom Carter wants to see repeated over the coming sayeated over the coming days, sayin repeated over the coming days, making
saying a united team is key to people
making that happen. A lot of people have wrote us off early us off early on
people have wrote us off early on in the season but we' re not u ut we' re not sneaking u the season but we' re not sneaking up on anybody anymore. You know Pe on anybody anymore. You know they
Perth have adjusted their roster they' re look to really take it to us eally take it to t
this
us. There' s still a way to go in this year' s season - twenty le year' s season - twenty games le this year' s season - twenty games left for the Canberra side. If this series turns in the Cavalry' s favour, it means big things for local crowds. If we get that
local crowds. If we get that minor premiership we' re able to host t premiership we' re able to host the Grand Final here, it means gr inal here, it means mostly gr Grand Final here, it means mostly great games here in Canberra for our fans. The Cavalry leave ns. The Cavalry leave for fans. The Cavalry leave for Perth tomorrow morning. All the action pla ng. All the action played out through the team' twitte out through the team' s twitte played out through the team' s twitter page. biggest
The southern hemisphere' s biggest annual bowls tournament is underway in the Illawarra. o ay in the Illawarra. Hundreds o underway in the Illawarra. Hundreds
of bowlers will compete in the South d
days.
Pacific Carnival over the next ten s
singles
days. Whether its fours, pairs or singles every player has to es every player has something to singles every player has something to compete for. Sixteen and a th r. Sixteen and a half th thousand
to compete for. Sixteen and a half thousand dollars in prize money is up for grabs at the bowls of rabs at the bowls carnival of up for grabs at the bowls carnival of carnivals - a strictly male tournament. Well we' ve got nine hundred and thirty entries. They come from as far as north

come from as far as north Queensland this
and Victoria, a lot from Sydney this year, a lot more than and ear, a lot more than normal and this year, a lot more than normal and a lot of locals too. With the event in its fifty- fourth year, Fairy Meadow has won hosting

Fairy Meadow has won hosting honours for a seventh time. Sectional play offs will be held at clubs the eld at clubs across the offs will be held at clubs across day
the Illawarra for the first three days, before the attention he re the attention returns he days, before the attention returns here for the knock out rounds. Fours competition led day one, singles begin tomorrow, followed by pairs , followed by pairs begin tomorrow, followed by pairs on favour
Saturday.Among the tournament
favourites, John Green, who suffered a shock first round loss. r shock first round loss. He remains a shock first round loss. He remains in contention for two other categories. I love playing in it an ing in it and a lot of people do and it' s great for Illawarra and all the clubs around here and I' ve had bit here and I' ve had a bit clubs around here and I' ve had a real
bit of success over the years so really enjoy it. It remains the
anyone' s to take out. Honestly there' s a lot of people who can win, it' s that sort of t it' s that sort of tournament, t there'
win, it' s that sort of tournament, there' s a lot of people can win them e can win suspen
them. The tournament will be suspended on New Year' s Day, with the finals to be played on January fi ayed on January five. Michaela Gray, WIN News e. Michaela Gray, WIN News. finals
The SCG Cup Cricket Quarter finals were played on the Coa layed on the Central Coa finals were played on the Central Coast today with teams from Albury, D eams from Albury, vyi
Dubbo, the Illawarra and Canberra vying for a spot in the semis. I for a spot in the semis. Lake I Illawarra
vying for a spot in the semis. Lake Illawarra defeated Valawarra defeated Tuggeranong Valley Illawarra defeated Tuggeranong Valley by fifty runs. Captain Shane Cody topped scored with fifty-five

Cody topped scored with fifty-five , while some late order hitting up ome late order hitting set up while some late order hitting set up an imposing total. mposing total. Reaching
quarter
up an imposing total. Reaching the quarter finals in a state-wide knockout is an achievement in itself, but Tuggernong Valley and Lak Tuggernong Valley and co
continue.
Lake Illawarra wanted the dream to territor
continue. Playing in neutral I
Illawarra
territory on the Central Coast, the Illawarra side batted first and stlawarra side batted first and a ste steady
Illawarra side batted first and a steady start reached a towa rt reached a crescendo towa steady start reached a crescendo towards the end of the innings. yea the end of the innings. B
Biracoski
yeah! Woohoo Aaron Henry and Tode Biracoski upping the ante with Chr
plenty of big hitting. howzat Chris Prescott going the cott going the distance
Chris Prescott going the distance as Biracoski continued to find midd ntinued to find the midd Biracoski continued to find the middle of the bat much to the delight of his team-mates. heyah! Is that over? Even the pavilion was ? Even the pavilion Ill
Illawarra
wasn' t a safe spot to be as Lake Illawarra raced to the 250 mark off its fifty overs. Some late Tuggernong wickets helping to t s helping to limit t Tuggernong wickets helping to limit the damage. The Canberra outfit falliage. The Canberra outfit
falling short in the run chase. Lake Illawarra set for the semis tomorrow. BJ CONKEY, WIN omorrow. BJ CONKEY, WIN News. And that' s all for today' spo d that' s all for today' s spo And that' s all for today' s sport. Kerryn Thanks Amy. Stay u ryn Thanks Amy. Stay with u sport. Kerryn Thanks Amy. Stay with us - I' ll have all the latest .
weather details up after the break. ..

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A fine day across the State as many returned to work. Looking at the satellite photo: Cloud is lingering over northern parts of

South
lingering over northern parts of New tr
trough,
South Wales due to a low pressure trough, bringing with it the odd show bringing with it the odd t
shower and storm. Cloud is crossing the State' s south due to anot tro th due to another tro the State' s south due to another trough, but it' s not causing any rai sing any elsewhe
rain. There are clearer skies elsewhere due to a high ridg a high pressure ridg elsewhere due to a high pressure ridge. To the synoptic chart: A low pressure trough will ll trigger
pressure trough will trigger showers and thunderstorms over northern New South Wales and Queensland. eensland. While South Wales and Queensland. While a broad high will cause showers to ease in Tasmania and Victoria, while in
also maintaining sunny conditions in South Australia. A linger trough w ough will continue to generate hot conditi erate hot Tomo
conditions in Western Australia. Tomorrow' s temperatures across the Woll
Wollongong
state and territory Sydney 18-29 Wollongong 17-25 with winds tending northerly in the evening. 13 n the evening. Canberra 13 northerly in the evening. Canberra 13-30 Batemans Bay 14-23 winds will A
be light in the evening. Bega 14-25 Albury 14-31 light winds. Wagga Wagga 18-32 Griffith 18-32 11-a 18-32 Griffith 18-32 Orange 11- Wagga 18-32 Griffith 18-32 Orange D
11-28 winds will be south westerly. Dubbo 17-35 And that is WIN News Jo
for Thursday December twenty seven Join us again tomorrow for the best hour of news in the country. I' m Kerryn Johnston, from the WIN news team, thanks for watching, good night.

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Hello. I'm Cameron Williams. Welcome to A Current Affair. We begin with the dramatic development in the hunt for that P- plater videoed driving with his legs out the window. For the latest, we cross live to reporter Nick Coe in Melbourne. Nick, the driver has just reported to police?That's right, Cam. Just in the last hour. We can reveal exclusively to you that he will be charged on summons with four separate offences relating to that photograph. They are - reckless conduct endangering life, failure to have proper control of a vehicle, careless driving, and also for having limbs protruding from a vehicle. Some of those are quite serious charges and, as we showed you last night, it is based at least partly on the evidence of another driver who took a photograph at 7:00am on Christmas Eve of this P-plater allegedly with