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(generated from captions) Check out the best spots to see the New Year's Eve' fireworks around the Harbour. 'La Boheme' is at the Opera House. Or you could try an outdoor cinema this weekend.We're very happy with the forecast. Thank you. Well done. Thank you for being with us. Have a great weekend. Goodnight. Supertext captions by Red Bee Media - www.redbeemedia.com.au.

Tonigh
have the Late News at 12:40. unconsci
Tonight A motorcyclist found unconscious on the side of a nea ous on the side of a road nea unconscious on the side of a road near Harden Partygoers put on

near Harden Partygoers put on notice ahead of New Year' s Eve thousan ew Year' s Eve And thousan ahead of New Year' s Eve And thousands of blood donors needed to r eeded to replenish stocks Good evening I' s Good evening I' replenish stocks Good evening I' m Kerryn Johnston, A fifty year wo Johnston, A fifty year old wo Kerryn Johnston, A fifty year old Can
woman is fighting for her life in motorcycle
Canberra Hospital, after a Poli
motorcycle accident near Harden. Police are working to establish the cause of the crash and believe dr of the crash and believe the dr driver
cause of the crash and believe the driver of a gold car may hold vitalof a gold car may hold a vital driver of a gold car may hold a Sprawle
vital piece of information. Sprawled out and motionless on the side of Currawong Road. When a passer by came across Janice
passer by came across Janice Cotter, she was unresponsive. He rendered first aid to her then emergen first aid to her then called emergency services. Police believe Mrs Cotter lost control of her Honda control of her Honda eleven hundred after rounding t rounding kilometres
this right hand bend, four kilometres south of was south of Kingsvale.She was kilometres south of Kingsvale.She was thrown from the bike, which came to rest in the scrub. "She' s

to rest in the scrub. "She' s got suffere
a broken leg and she' s also suffered some pretty serious inj retty serious head inj suffered some pretty serious head injuries." The Snowy Hydro Ca es." The Snowy Hydro South Ca injuries." The Snowy Hydro South Canberr
Care Helicopter rushed her to Canberra Hospital, where she remains h
in a critical condition. "Police have spoken to a number of who oken to a number of people who have spoken to a number of people who attended the scene but they y ene but they are y who attended the scene but they are th
yet to locate anyone who witnessed
the actual crash. They' re appealing forward,
for anyone with information to come forward, and are particularly keen t nd are particularly keen to speak to the driver of a gold car t
they
seen in the area." "We believe they may have witnessed it or th d it or even they may have witnessed it or even Initi
the lead up to the accident." Initially Police thought it may have been a hit and run, but they now say that' s an unlikely scenario. " scenario. "The scene has been examined crime examined by crime "The scene has been examined by crime scene officers and there is
crime scene officers and there is no evidence to suggest that there is Meanwhil
another vehicle involved." Meanwhile, half way through Op Meanwhile, half way through police Operation Safe Arrival, The New South Wales holiday road toll stands at eight. More than five and a half thousand motorists have been caught speeding and more than two a more than two hundred a speeding and more than two hundred
tests
and forty six thousand random breath tests conducted. Double demerits apply until the operation concludes at midnight next Friday. Ho ay. Julieanne Ho at midnight next Friday. Julieanne Horsman, WIN News ACT police are investigating d police are investigating the d death
ACT police are investigating the death of a forty year-old man b death of a forty year-old man whose body was found at the Stuart Flats in Griffith. Officers were called

block
in Griffith. Officers were called to ye
yesterday
block eight on Light Street early yesterday morning. The forensics team closed off the area until l off the area until late l team closed off the area until late last night. They were taking a were taking photos a last night. They were taking photos and collecting samples on all levels on the four storey building. w building. Blood w on the four storey building. Blood was splattered on the walls and a sec s and a second-floor window. The cause of the e cause of the death has not yet been determined et been determined. An autopsy will be conduc sy will be conducted on Sunday at nducted on Sunday at the
conducted on Sunday at the earliest. Any witnesses are also urged conttnesses are also urged to cont Any witnesses are also urged to contact Crimestoppers on one eight N
hundred triple three triple zero. New Year' s Eve revellers have been put on notice as police prepare to sa prepare to saturate party nightspots across

saturate party nightspots across New South Wales. Police say they es. Police say they won' tolerate
South Wales. Police say they won' t hav
tolerate boozed-up behaviour and have warned both patrons licenceed both patrons and licencee have warned both patrons and T
licencees could face hefty fines. Traffic was building around Paaffic was building around Albion Pa Park
Traffic was building around Albion Park as motorists head down the coast for their New Year' s choose
celebrations. And as thousands choose the sun and sand to bring in t sand to bring in the new year, many more will i ew year, many more will stream i into
the new year, many more will stream into our pubs and clubs for the countour pubs and clubs for the countdown to twenty thirteen . astdown to twenty thirteen . But as countdown to twenty thirteen . But as our night-spots heat up, so too do t up, so too does the local police presence. "Wethe local police presence. nigh
"We want everyone to have a good night, but we want the ad night, but we want the legislation adhered to, we want to see a hassle free night." Extra licensing and ge nsing and general duties police will be on hand to deal with alcohol cr with alcohol related- cr hand to deal with alcohol related- Poli
crime and anti-social behaviour. Police warn party patrons need to
Police warn party patrons need to be w
on their best behaviour. "People want to be idiots, they want to muck
everyone
up on the streets and inconvenience everyone else, they will be arrested , they will be arrested." "All licence sta "All licence venue sta arrested." "All licence venue staff deserve to be shown respect." "Don' t spoil their night by acti spoil their night by acting irresponsibly." haing irresponsibly." Licencees ha have
acting irresponsibly." Licencees responsi
responsibility.
have also been urged to take Wo
Wollonong
responsibility. Co-Chairman of the Wollonong Liquor Accord Dave
Wollonong Liquor Accord Dave Renehan says sticking to regulations is vital for local pubs and clubs. "What people don' t understand about clubs is we' re regulated heav clubs is we' re regulated quite heavily, there is a three pri e is a three strikes pri heavily, there is a three strikes principal and if we get a certain number of strikes then we can lo ou hen we can lose ou number of strikes then we can lose our jobs and our licence." Briena Barrett, WIN News.

A thirty-nine year old Junee man has faced court after allegedly refusing to leave a hotel he' d
refusing to leave a hotel he' d been banned from, for life. Police arrived at the Junee Hotel late last a
affected
night and say Richard Law was well affected by alcohol. He allegedly abused police, punched the side police, punched the side of police
abused police, punched the side of a made
police truck causing damage and va
made threats. Law was charged with various offences including malicious damage, possessing a prohibited drug ossessing a prohibited offen
offensive
drug, breach of bail, and using offensive language. He faced Wagga Lo ge. He faced Wagga Local court today, where he was m
granted strict conditional bail and must report to police once a unti olice once a day unti must report to police once a day until his next court appearance in Junee on January ten . Two males brandishing knives fled with afandishing knives fled with cash aft brandishing knives fled with cash D
Dapto
after a terrifying home invasion in Dapto this morning. Just after four am, the two men forced their intoe two men forced their way into am, the two men forced their way into a home on Cadigan Place. de Cadigan Place. They de into a home on Cadigan Place. They demanded cash and escaped with a smal with a small amount of money. Matt unt of money. Neighbour Matt small amount of money. Neighbour
Matt Jones woke to his dog barking. "I seen 2 blokes run straight acros raight a
across my lawn, both had hoodies on and one had a pair of white boardies on." It' s believed the invasion was random. Both males are

was random. Both males are described as caucasian, one in his late teens and the other in his ther in his early and the other in his early twenties . "We' ve got a good area h ood area around h . "We' ve got a good area around a
anything,
here, we never have any troubles or anything, so it' s usually goo t' s usually pretty goo anything, so it' s usually pretty good." Amidst all the New Year' s celebrations people have urged ations people have been urged s celebrations people have been urged to donate blood. The Australian Red Cross Blood Service needs seven thousand five hundred exeds seven thousand five hundred po
potential
extra donors nationwide to avoid a potential shortage. A needle
smiling
potential shortage. A needle worth smiling about. Just one hour of your time could mean a lifetime for s etime for someone else and we' d appreciat you ' d appreciate you someone else and we' d appreciate you to roll up your sleeves and
you to roll up your sleeves and save some lives this new year. ma new year. After ma some lives this new year. After making it through a busy Christmas week, the Australian Red Cross alian Red Cross week, the Australian Red Cross Blood Service is preparing itself for the next hurdle - New Year' s Eve. mu rdle - New Year' s Eve. It mu next hurdle - New Year' s Eve. It must continue collecting - across ue collecting - and across must continue collecting - and seven-thousa
across the country needs seven-thousand-five-hundred donn-thousand-five-hundred extra don donations.
seven-thousand-five-hundred extra donations. Across New South Wales and the ACT we need another 730 blood her 730 blood donors. One donation can save n can save three lives. Cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy most need the otherapy most need the precious platelets. Of course
demand stretches further than that. There' s our road victims, heart an ictims, heart n
and liver transplants. So many, our new born babies, our mums. There' s a never ending need. You may not r never ending need. You may not realist it may be someone you know th omeone you know that will require blood.
that will require blood. Regular critica
donors are well aware of the critical need at this time of the yea t this time of the year. For those who haven' t bl ho haven' t given bl year. For those who haven' t given blood before and aren' t too busy - n oo busy - no excuses. This is my first time and is my first time and I can report it hasn' t port it hasn' t been and I can report it hasn' t been too painful, plus it' s barely l, plus it' s barely taken
painful, plus it' s barely taken an onl
hour out of my day. There is Australians
only one in three current Australians donating blood. You can see we will require more with the nee quire more with the need for blood doubling over the next over the next ten years and the need for blood doubling over the New ood doubling over the New Year. blood doubling over the New Year. +w This mobile van will move Civic e van will move from Civic This mobile van will move from Civic to Tuggeranong next week. It' s only been three days C ree days since C It' s only been three days since Christmas but retailers have
Christmas but retailers have already begun cashing in on another ho cashing in on another major ho holiday.
begun cashing in on another major holiday. Easter campaigns are alreday. Easter campaigns are hitting
already underway with Hot Cross Buns hitting some stores. They say customer demand is behind the early r and is behind the early release customer demand is behind the early release yet many shoppers say se yet many shoppers say -
release yet many shoppers say - with more than three months to go - it' s too soon. It still looks a lot like Christmas. Yet for retailers tike Christmas. Yet for retailers there' s no time to waste. no time to waste. Hot there' s no time to waste. Hot cross s
buns hit the shelves at Woolworths supermarkets today - thirteen o markets today - thirteen weeks o supermarkets today - thirteen weeks early
out from Easter. A little bit early for my liking, but there go. ing, but there we go. early for my liking, but there we go. It' s still Christmas. I think hot cross buns I with s buns I associate with think hot cross buns I associate thin
with Easter so a bit too early I think for me. Bit early, earlk for me. Bit early, bit earl think for me. Bit early, bit early yep. Woolworths will sell fif Woolworths will sell fifty four million hot cross y four million hot cross buns
the
fifty four million hot cross buns in million
the lead up to Easter, seven million of those in the first ofion of those in the first week of million of those in the first week of sale. Small chocolate eggs be . Small chocolate eggs will be of sale. Small chocolate eggs will ne
be available from the start of the new year, with the full range ar, with the full range to
stores
new year, with the full range to hit Coles
stores in February. Main competitor Coles says it wont begin stocking the buns until January and to il January and expects to the buns until January and expects
to sell five million in that month. I think it' s brilliant, I' m going it' s brilliant, I' m going to go and buy some right now. +w The major supermarkets claim customer demand is behind the early r mer demand is behind the early release, but small business bakeries having
say it' s too soon. I guess having them out so early sort spoi early sort of spoi having them out so early sort of spoils it, spoils the meaning of Easter and just takes a bit tradit d just takes a bit of tradit Easter and just takes a bit of traditional away. It' s customary t s customary to begin baking hot cross buns mont cross buns a mont to begin baking hot cross buns a y
month out from Easter Sunday - next year on March 31st. I guess as sm I guess as a sm year on March 31st. I guess as a small business we try to do the right thing and we always give the customers what they want and for i customers what they want and for us if they want to take advantage thihey want to take advantage of thi things
if they want to take advantage of things like that, that' s up to

things like that, that' s up to them but for us we' ll hold off until the traditional time. +w Gra ional time. +w Michaela Gra the traditional time. +w Michaela Gray, WIN News

Coming up next on WIN News: bo Coming up next on WIN News: A bo boost
Coming up next on WIN News: A boost for the Yass State Soost for the Yass State Emergency Se boost for the Yass State Emergency Service And the Salvos ask the public to think before they donate This program is not captioned. A woman has been issued with an infringement notice for negligen dri nt notice for negligent dri driving,
infringement notice for negligent e
escaped
driving, after three circus monkeys escaped from a trailer near yscaped from a trailer near Kiama yes yesterday.
escaped from a trailer near Kiama t
yesterday. The monkeys were trapped temporarily, after a 4WD towing a trailer crashed into a diviler crashed into a concrete divid trailer crashed into a concrete divider on the Princes Highway at Bom inces Highway at Bombo. They enjoyed a brief taste
Bombo. They enjoyed a brief taste of freedom, running in traffic for sh unning in traffic for a sh freedom, running in traffic for a short time, before being rescued by circus staff. The 21-year-old female w
driver suffered minor injuries and was taken to Shellharbour Hospital. An appeal tonight from the s eal tonight from the Salvo' s An appeal tonight from the Salvo' s NOT to leave donations of goods out nations of goods outside on the footpath at their stores.Salvo bosses say not only
stores.Salvo bosses say not only are the goods often picked over stol ked over and stol the goods often picked over and stolen, many of them are ruined by weather. They' re also ather. They' re also appealing weather. They' re also appealing for volunteers to help out over next lp out over the next volunteers to help out over the next few weeks. It is a sad fact that the Salvo' s have security camera' s observing daily thefts oamera' s observing daily thefts outside their facilities. Well g
goods
meaning good samaritans simply dump goods on the footpath instead of in c ath instead of in collection bins. Greg Saunders,
collection bins. Greg Saunders, head of the Salvo' s in Orange says this triggers a number of gers a number of challenges staff
triggers a number of challenges for s
staff and volunteers. We' d love some volunteers over the volunteers over the next some volunteers over the next couple of weeks cause we' re short w eeks cause we' re short handed w of weeks cause we' re short handed we' ve got staff off sick and we need to process all this gear Sa all this gear Mr Sa need to process all this gear Mr Saunders says another problem is people dropping off what is essential t is essentially junk, estimated to be fif timated to be fifty per cent of all er cent of all donated
fifty per cent of all donated goods. guidel
He says there are four simple donation
guidelines for people making donations. The goods are he goods are not donations. The goods are not ripped, smel
not stained, not broken and not smelly. I encourage people to donat encourage people to stor
stores
donate responsibly so when these stores are open donate when the stores are there not after beca re not after hours beca stores are there not after hours disappears...
disappears...people
because it just goes it disappears...people take it. the ears...people take it. At the disappears...people take it. At the nearby Vinnies depot, of pot, hundreds of the nearby Vinnies depot, hundreds of items lay on the footpath. ra the footpath. With ra of items lay on the footpath. With rain over the last couple of days, all these goods become useless. h me useless. The h all these goods become useless. The half dozen Vinnies donation bins outside are filled to the brim. unside are filled to the brim. An un unwanted
outside are filled to the brim. An unwanted fax machine and elwanted fax machine and other electr electrical
unwanted fax machine and other electrical items cannot be used or cannot be used by or organisat
electrical items cannot be used by organisations like Vinnes - a list of items NOT suitable is listed th le is listed on th of items NOT suitable is listed on the window at the door. With this particular facility closed until outside
January 7, the piles of items increase....many
outside is likely to increase....many of which will be eit l be either pilfered or rendered useless b seless by the elements. Neil McLean Win News l McLean Win News.

Meanwhile, volunteers are b ile, volunteers are also b Meanwhile, volunteers are also being sought for local organis for local rescue organis being sought for local rescue organisations for the start of the ne or the start of the new year. Yass SES says it' s
new year. Yass SES says it' s aiming any
to double its numbers - inviting anyone, of any age, to join. They' re the backbone of any local community. Every country town has g country town has got a huge volunteer base There' s people like the RFS, you' ve t ke the RFS, you' ve got t s people like the RFS, you' ve got the RFS across the road, you' ve
the RFS across the road, you' ve got the Red Cross. +w Volunteers make communi
up many social organisations, community groups - and of the roups - and of course, the community groups - and of course, the all important rescue ortant rescue the all important rescue operations. The Yass SES has recently i ass SES has recently welcomed i The Yass SES has recently welcomed its new leader - and Bob Buffington i Bob Buffington is extending his hand to others th is hand to others in th is extending his hand to others in the shire. It' s one of thing ' s one of these thing the shire. It' s one of these things where you need a good base

things where you need a good base of people to join any rescue or any vol scue or any volunteer rescue organisation like th sation like the RFS or us. That way you' ve p at way you' ve got p the RFS or us. That way you' ve got Currently,
people you can call on. +w volun
Currently, there' s twenty-four
volunteers in Yass - nine in Sutton. Over the past two weeks alone - the SES has been called out to job een called out to seven job SES has been called out to seven r
rescues,
jobs. Attending to tasks like water rescues, storm assistance and flood damage. The growth in the Shire, and the prediction of a rough is n of a rough summer, is the prediction of a rough summer, is prompting the group to call new pting the group to call on new is prompting the group to call on f
new members. Everybody' s looking compe
competition'
for extra sets of hands and the
competition' s pretty stiff you know so we' ve got a few toys we can bring out every now and again the big t every now and again the big guns we call them. We' ve got the big truck, the bug boat and that sort of brings them in a bit kno of brings them in a bit you kno know.
sort of brings them in a bit you t
know. Proving age is no barrier - this branch' s oldest member eight nch' s oldest member is eight this branch' s oldest member is
eighty, the youngest, twenty. Anyone wishing to join the group should contact the SES. For some, New Year' s Eve is ex ar' s Eve is an ex For some, New Year' s Eve is an excuse to party but for others it' s a chance to pay respect to their rel to their religion and to farewell the old year farewell the old year. On Monday night thousands from across the State will converge on the Nan Tien Temple for a and Temple for a vibrant and the Nan Tien Temple for a vibrant and culture rich celebration. m and culture rich celebration. The main shrine at the Nan Tien Temple was buzzing with tourists today. Come Monday night, hundreds will nday night, hundreds more will Come Monday night, hundreds more will fill these grounds to bring in the New Year. "Celebrating the
the New Year. "Celebrating the new a
and
year is saying good bye to the old and then welcoming the new wish lcoming the new year, wish and then welcoming the new year, wishing more fortune, more prosperity coming into their
prosperity coming into their lives." pilgri
pilgrimage
The event will begin with a pilgrimage of devotees and of votees and members of pilgrimage of devotees and members of the public. Beginning at the the public. Beginning at the of the public. Beginning at the base of the temple, they will make their way up to the main shrine, ho o the main shrine, before ho way up to the main shrine, before Re
holding a light offering ceremony. Reverend Miao You says candles The
symbolise wisdom and well wishes.
Then, when the clock strikes twelve, reverends will sound the gong one hu nd the gong one t
hundred and eight times. "The 108 times is the ancient sort of name times is the ancient sort of 108 names of the Budhas." +w For those who' ve already visited the temple, i ited the temple, it' s a chance to see its wonders at night. "It is very different at night because the lights will be a ecause the lights will be on a night because the lights will be on things
and it will shine on different things they would normally not notigs they would normally not notice." +w If you can' t make it

notice." +w If you can' t make it to the the New Years Eve celebrations, there will be plenty of activity as continues
part of the Cultural Festival which In
Including
continues through to January one. performances
Including multi-cultural performances, food and arts and crafts. Chinese New Year will also be celebrated in February. Bar in February. Briena Bar Barrett,
be celebrated in February. Briena Barrett, WIN News.

Sport is next with Amy an rt is next with Amy Duggan an Sport is next with Amy Duggan and Wild Oats XI breaks its own recor its own Th
record in the Sydney to Hobart Amy als
That' s right Kerryn, smashed it, also an exciting new sporting develop ting
development in the Central West And, The next big step for Wagga' next big step for Wagga' s Kahlefeldt
The next big step for Wagga' s Brad Kahlefeldt

This program is not captioned.
It' s been a record breaking year for the world famous Sydney to Hobart race with supermaxi Wild Oats honou
eleven claiming her sixth line t
honours win. She also broke her two thousand and five record by around se five record by around seventeen minutes, crossing the minutes, crossing the seventeen minutes, crossing the line twenty-t
in one day, eighteen hours, twenty-three minutes and twelve seconds .Owner of the s .Owner of the hundred seconds .Owner of the hundred footer nex
- Bob Oatley - pledged to return next year to set yet another, re et another, race re next year to set yet another, race record. Icefire - which is part Peter
owned by South Coast yachtsman,
Peter Tucker - is expected to finish early Sunday morning. It' s a long ay morning. It' s a long hard road for an apprentice jockey - gruelling training and a pun ruelling training and a punishing schedule pay off for few of those who try the career. An eighteen year old from the Illawarra has set her sights on becoming one of the best, notching up early u best, notching up early wins u of the best, notching up early wins under the eye of trainer Mick Tubman. Winona Costin was fou year Costin was four year Tubman. Winona Costin was four
years old when she set her sights on becoming a jockey. With twelve wins under her belt, the eighteen ol elt, the eighteen year ol under her belt, the eighteen year old is developing her own style. own style. old is developing her own style. I think I pull the stick pretty f think I pull the stick pretty good for a three kilo, I' ve seen a of ee kilo, I' ve seen a lot of for a three kilo, I' ve seen a lot they
of other three kilo claimers and they don' t pull the stick as good as tick as good as me. It' s well cs me. It' s well earned confidence as me. It' s well earned confidence. At the Dubbo Cu At the Dubbo Christmas Cu confidence. At the Dubbo Christmas Cup Winona rode home two Mop Winona rode home two winners Mome Cup Winona rode home two winners Moment of Clarity and Jetking -

were
Moment of Clarity and Jetking - both were outsiders. Yet she says there' s nothing like racing on home turf at Kembla Grange. I love racing
Kembla
at Kembla Grange. I love racing at com
Kembla because I love my friends coming to watch me too and they call co
cool.
out over the fences, it' s pretty e
cool. +w Top apprentice jockeys can earn a staggering salary, as ggering salary, as much half
earn a staggering salary, as much as half a million dollars. It starts though with hard work. Inde ard work. Indentured though with hard work. Indentured to trainer Mick Tubman, Winona is learn nona is Illaw
learning from a stalwart of the Illawarra' s racing scene. Well I g ell I
get up a four o' clock every morning and go to work and ride track work. And then usually go to races usually go to the races And then usually go to the races and ride all day, get home real late and if I don' t go to the wo
races during the day I' ll have to work in the afternoon. Her mentor sees great potential. I think she' s going to be real good, it' s just a matter of time, slow steps. She' s riding around the country at the mo e country at the moment but it wont be long she t be long before she moment but it wont be long before she' s in town. Hopefully I' ll be in Sydney within in two years, that would be my ultimate goal, I rea y ultimate goal, I really hope so. But I don' t mind
really hope so. But I don' t mind if I just stick around at prov f around at provincials f I just stick around at provincials for now. Michaela Gray, WIN News.

Wagga Olympian Brad ympian Brad Kahlefeldt
Wagga Olympian Brad Kahlefeldt is ready for a change in his p a change in his athletic p ready for a change in his athletic pursuits. Rather than take a rest , t ke a rest , the
the triathlete is preparing to up distance
the ante - switching from an Olympic distance event to the Iron he gruelling Iron distance event to the gruelling Ironman Series. Kahlefeldt is looking to increase his training b ase his training to b looking to increase his training to kilome
be able to swim one point nine kilometres , cycle ninety and run twe un twenty one kilometres. That' s the di s the s
distance in the seventy point three series which has races all over the world. The thirty-three year old s The thirty-three year old is world. The thirty-three year old is set to be based in the to be based in the United
next
set to be based in the United States next year, and despite the change he he change he hasn' t ruled out the possibility tw
of trying for a third Olympics in twenty sixteen . A new family-oriented sport is poised to launch in Australia. The finishing touches are being added to ches are being added to the
Mini
touches are being added to the first country,
Mini Golf tournament complex in the country, and it' s due to open on Constructi
January first in Orange. tournament-
Construction of the first tournament-standard complex tournament-standard mini-golf complex in Australia is comple complex in Australia is almost complete. It' s been designed to be a d to be a multi-course format with difulti-course format with three diff a multi-course format with three different pin positions on each hole. n each
hole. Nestled within the Orange City Bowling Club, the eighteen hole layout will form part of a national circuit. There' s a set format which is based on the PGA format only e PGA format only it applies to mini-golf, there' s rules and regulations that will be hat will be laid out on the web site so people ite so people can see that, view it and know at, view it and know what to expect." +w neww what to expect." +w The newly-co newly-constructed
know what to expect." +w The newly-constructed course is due op tructed course is due to op newly-constructed course is due to pitch
open on January one and will be market
pitched squarely at the family market. Looking at the age group fr Looking at the age group from four to ninety four a ba y four a family- ba from four to ninety four a family- based sport Its the only sport cased sport Its the only sport you ca based sport Its the only sport you can play where everyone is equal that is not a skill based-game It'
that is not a skill based-game It' s there for everybody. It' s the fhere for everybody. It' s the first mini-golf course in Orange for at least two decades. There are cour
only about one hundred and fifty courses in Australia. More are expected to be added as the tournamen the tournament takes shape. A netted golf driving range will be added a ving range will be added on a golf driving range will be added on an adjoining rink with kid' s attract nk with kid' s attractions and an open range putting an open range putting course. It' s expected twenty expected play
twenty five thousand people will play the course in the first twelve months. Neil McLean Win News. Thanks
And that is sport. Kerryn Thanks Amy, I' ll have the we ave the weekend we Thanks Amy, I' ll have the weekend weather report after the break,
weather report after the break, then a Junee woman shares her secrets....n shares her secrets.... ...to a long and happy life.

This program is not captioned. A very warm day across most the rm day across most of the A very warm day across most of the state. Looking at the p the state. Looking at the satellite norther
photo Cloud is lingering over northern parts of New South duehern parts of New South Wales due northern parts of New South Wales due to a low pressure trough, Cl
bringing the odd shower and storm. Cloud crossing the state' s he state' s south
Cloud crossing the state' s south is due to another trough, but is ca er trough, but is not ca causing
due to another trough, but is not causing any rain. Clearer skies elsewhere are due to a high
ridge.
elsewhere are due to a high pressure ridge. To the synoptic chart A broad trough over Queensland and generatin
northern New South Wales is thunderstorms.
generating showers and

thunderstorms. Moist southwesterlies south
are bringing the odd shower to southern Victoria and Tasmania. hig toria and Tasmania. A hig southern Victoria and Tasmania. A
high is directing heat into southern weste
WA. A trough over northern and western WA and the NT is t and the NT is triggering t western WA and the NT is triggering thundery showers. Tomorrow' s temperatures across the state a ter s the state and ter temperatures across the state and territory Sydney 19-25 17- territory Sydney 19-25 Wollongong 17-22 Canberra 11-30 Batemans Bay 15-24 Bega 20-26 Albury 13-31 W 15-24 Bega 20-26 Albury 13-31 Wagga Wagga 13-32 Griffith 13-32 9-2 32 Griffith 13-32 Orange 9-2 Wagga 13-32 Griffith 13-32 Orange T
9-27 Dubbo 15-34 Finally tonight, There was a very special party at Junee' s Multipurpose Service
Junee' s Multipurpose Service today. Resident Tamzin Ray turned hundr mzin Ray turned one hundr Resident Tamzin Ray turned one hundred, and Win News was lucky enough to be invited to join in on the celebrations. Happy birthday to you, happy birthday to you. g birthday to you. A g guest
to you, happy birthday to you. A guest list of fifty, a cake enot list of fifty, a cake large eno enough
guest list of fifty, a cake large enough to feed everyone and a f feed everyone and a table f full
enough to feed everyone and a table full of presents. Tamzin Ray' s h of presents. Tamzin Ray' s one h hundredth
full of presents. Tamzin Ray' s one hundredth birthday party today day party today was
hundredth birthday party today was a very special affair. Friends and family from near and far gathered

family from near and far gathered at ce
the Junee Multipurpose Service to celebrate the milestone. Goodness, they' re all around us, yes indeed. grandmot
+w Tamzin is mother of one, grandmother of four, great mothdmother of four, great grand moth grandmother of four, great grand mother of thirty-five and great, great grandmother of eighteen. a eighteen. Even a great grandmother of eighteen. Even at one hundred, she still loves a joke. I' m not 100. Yes, you I joke. I' m not 100. Yes, you are. I think you are. Nooo! Jokes aside, today Tamzin and her family to Tamzin and her family took the time to reflect on colou e to reflect on her colou took the time to reflect on her colourful life. She was born in Syd e was born in Sydney and was brought up by sisty and was brought up by her sist Sydney and was brought up by her w
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sister and her Dad. Her mother died when she was young. When she married her late husband, she moved t ied her late husband, she moved Toget
Together,
to Junee and didn' t look back. Together, they loved to fish plgether, they loved to fish and play Together, they loved to fish and play tennis, but their family was
their greatest passion. She taught me how to sew. She' s an avid sewer, avid knitter, er, crocheter. sewer, avid knitter, crocheter. She' s fantastic at it so yeah we spen a yeah we spent a s fantastic at it so yeah we spent a lot of time together. woul time together. Tamzin woul a lot of time together. Tamzin wouldn' t be drawn on why she
wouldn' t be drawn on why she thinks she has lived so long, but granddaug g, but Sunshine.
granddaughter Leonie has a theory. Sunshine. She' s told me sunshine every
every day. Just read in the sun every day for ten minutes and l r ten minutes and that' l every day for ten minutes and that' ll do wonders for you. Julieanne Horsman, WIN News An
thanks for watching, good night. And that is WIN News for Dec t is WIN News for Thursday Dec December
And that is WIN News for Thursday December 28 Join us again focember 28 Join us again tomorrow fo for
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for the best hour of news in the country. I' m Kerryn Johnston, from the WIN news team, thanks for watchin eam, thanks for watching, good night.

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