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The stock market closed slightly higher today.

Here is Amber. It was a beautiful sunny day with light, north- westerly winds - reaching a top of 20 in the city, Campbellton and Liverpool. A high tomorrow will keep central and eastern Australia dry, except for a few showers on the Queensland coast. Brisbane could see a light shower tomorrow.

Clouds for Adelaide. A beautiful day on the way for most of NSW. Sunny along the coast.

Early fog is expected for Albury, Wagga Wagga and Grafton. After fog and frost in the west - we can look forward to a sunny day and light winds. It will be cold overnight. It will warm up. Looking ahead - the above-average temperatures will continue. We'll see a few clouds around on Sunday.

In our west - Sunday will be fine. Possible showers on Monday. The rest of the week is looking dry, with temps between 18-20. The nights will start to get middleer too. Looks good to me. Thank you very

too. Looks good to me. Thank you
very much That is Nine News for this Friday. Tracy Grimshaw is next with 'A Current Affair'. I'm Georgie Gardner. Thanks for being with us. Goodnight. Supertext captions by Red Bee Media -


...
evening I' m Kerryn Johnston Tonight wh
... A guilty verdict, for the man who helped his girlfriend commit a
suicide A young man' s dying wish - goodbye
as his family prepares to say goodbye And, the Government calls in threats
the unions, to put an end to threats of industrial action. ehreats of industrial action. Good ev evening
threats of industrial action. Good evening I' m Kerryn Johnston An ACT S ryn Johnston An ACT Supreme Court jury has found a former heroin-addict guilty of helpin n-addict guilty of
helping his girlfriend end her life. Lisa McDonald' s family wept and hugged after the verdict was handed down. Lauren Barker has the details t
the
It' s been an emotional trial for Year
the family of Leeza McDonald. On New Years Day 2011, the 25 year old moth 25 year old mother of one overdosed on heroin and prescription drugs. She left a suicide note and signed a letter givi er giving custody of her daughter to her o enter
entered
her mother. It was believed she boyf
entered into a suicide pact with
boyfriend John Christopher Walmsley. af
Today, he swiftly left court alone, after being found guilty of h found guilty of aiding h her
after being found guilty of aiding her death. While suicide is not a crime in the ACT, helping someone to kill themselves is. Justice John Burns asked the jury to consider Walmsley' s intent. He helped her obtain a large amount of heroin which heroin which they injected over the o ed over the course o which they injected over the course of the day and that night. The s y and that night. The jury s sp
of the day and that night. The jury
spent a day and a half deliberating. spea
speak
Leeza' s family didn' t want to speak to the media outside court, but hugged and cried after the guilty d after the will
guilty verdict was handed down. Bail will continue, with conditions including that Walmsley refrain using
including that Walmsley refrain from coun
using illicit drugs and undergo counselling and treatment. He' ll be sentenced on September 16.

Magistrate
Magistrates
A man has faced the ACT Magistrates court today - over the white powder incident which sent
white powder incident which sent the e
ea
Legislative Assembly into lockdown earlier this month. Edward James cou
counts
Pearson has been charged with six counts of using the postal service pack
packa
for harassment, after suspicious packages were delivered to several wa
was
MLAs. An additional bail condition was added that Pearson not contact Attorney General Simon Corbell. l neral Simon Corbell. He' l Attorney General Simon Corbell. He' ll return to court on August 16. w t on August 16. As w ll return to court on August 16. As we got to air, the Chief Minister
in
we got to air, the Chief Minister is in crisis talks with public un crisis talks with public sector u unions
in crisis talks with public sector unions - in a bid to put an end thions - in a bid to put an end to th unions - in a bid to put an end to threats of industrial action. It come It comes on the eve of ACT Labor' s annu of ACT Labor' s annual conference - where several lobby groups are planning mass rallieroups are planning mass rallies. It' s a pay rise, which T
The
has ACT Public servants up in arms. The Government offered a two

wage
The Government offered a two percent un
unions
wage increase to the sector - but unions have overwhelmingly i have overwhelmingly rejected i it.
unions have overwhelmingly rejected it. A mass rally outside the Labor t
their
Party' s annual conference to voice tomorro
tomorrow,
their concern was to go ahead tomorrow, but that' s now been put cris
crisis
on hold - pending the outcome of
and
crisis talks with the Chief Minister and union leaders tonight. The ACT United Firefighters Union is going ahead with a rally outside the Southe h a rally outside the off
offer
Southern Cross Club. They say the Gov
offer is "not acceptable" and the workers
Government needs to treat its Meanwhile,
workers with more respect. Meanwhile, two to three hundred people are expected to march from Woden Square to outside the conference, to highlight tonference, to highlight opposition t conference, to highlight opposition to Kevin Rudd' s plan to send

to Kevin Rudd' s plan to send asylum seekers who arrive by boat to PNG. This policy is absolutely not on. l
let
Let the refugees come to Australia,
up
let them live here, don' t lock them up on a hell hole in PNG. ACT Greens candidate Simon Sheikh will speak at the rally. He says nobo wo the rally. He says nobody wo would
speak at the rally. He says nobody would get on a boat if there was sa get on a boat if there was a sa safer
would get on a boat if there was a part
safer alternative. The Liberal party and the Labor party both have frty and the Labor party both have f party and the Labor party both have failed options on the table, what
need
failed options on the table, what we need to do is follow the advice of ref
refugee
the experts and lift Australia' s that
refugee intake. These are people that are fleeing war, fleeing persec , fleeing persecution.. While tomorrow' s conference is an ACT Labor event, it
it'
those involved with the rally hope Federa
Federal
it' ll send a message to their Federal counterparts. What we

Federal counterparts. What we need to do is process asylum seekers in indonesia through a regional processia through a regional processing facilities, through UN fac N facilities and in Australia we know we can do this.

The ACT Auditor-General has 2 ACT Auditor-General has made 2 24
The ACT Auditor-General has made 24 recommendations to improve the sy
Territory' s bushfire preparedness G
system. A new report highlights the Government' s approach to riernment' s approach to bushfire ri risk,
Government' s approach to bushfire engagement,
risk, including community engagement, activities to manage bushfire-fight
bushfire-fighting
fuel load and maintain bushfire-fighting capability. It says there are shortcomings which effectiveness
present a risk to their effectiveness. The auditor-general stra
says several bushfire management strategies need to be reviewed, and she' s unsure if the Government is properly managing risks of fire in th rly managing risks of fire in the ACT. A twenty-seven year old
the ACT. A twenty-seven year old man a
dying of melanoma, has been granted a last wish - marrying his girlfrien - marrying his girlfriend at his bedside. Daniel Paton was diagnosed with cancer last with
year. Doctors are now urging anyone with a suspicious mole, to have thei ve their skin checked. Just one year ago twenty seven year old Daniel Then
Paton was the picture of health. Then a small mole on his arm turned b
been
his life upside down. he' s never been a sun baker, never been a boy anyt
to run around without a shirt on anything like that +w The wything like that +w The prognosis w was
anything like that +w The prognosis was originally good, but on Monday,
Daniel took a turn for the worst. He presented to Calvary with what he thought were side effects of treatment but sadly, the cancer had know
progressed. He' s terminal, he
Da
knows he' s terminal. On Wednesday Daniel was granted a last wish. mniel was granted a last wish. He m Daniel was granted a last wish. He married his girlfriend Ashley in a ceied his girlfriend Ashley in a ceremony at the hospital chapel. j e hospital chapel. In j just
ceremony at the hospital chapel. In just eighteen hours hospital staff organised everything from flowers to cake and of course a dress. We beds
bedside
just thought we were coming to a bedside wedding and they had the chap they had the chapel, the chapel was full there was relatives there there was has relatives there there was hospital staff, there was not a e ital staff, there was not a dry e eye
hospital staff, there was not a dry eye in the place Australia has
eye in the place Australia has the highest incidence of melanoma in the world. One in seventeen ar ld. One in seventeen people ar are
the world. One in seventeen people eight
eighty
are diagnosed before the age of eighty five. If the mole oighty five. If the mole changes ov over
eighty five. If the mole changes sign
over a period of time that' s of significant concern. A large concern. A large mole,
mole
significant concern. A large mole, a mole that has irregular edges or sho
should
different colours within the mole should lead people to be an lead people to be concerned an and
should lead people to be concerned
and we urge people to follow up with general practitioners. Daniel and Ashley are now spending every precious moment they can together, as man and wife. Daniel says t A . Daniel says that A Ashley
as man and wife. Daniel says that Ashley is the best thing that ever happened to him and she' s the love of his life. perce
percent
Despite paying an extra five percent for water.. ACTEW claims ACT residents are still paying the secon re still paying the second smallest amount for their bill heir bills, in the country. New re n the country. New figures re bills, in the country. New figures released by the water corporation have found the Territory forks th found the Territory forks out th the
have found the Territory forks out the least amount for combined a unt for combined water a and
the least amount for combined water and sewerage bills, just behind Hobar ust behind Hobart. and sewerage bills, just behind
Hobart. Last month the ICRC released report
report,
its final water determination report, setting a twenty- percent increase over the next four years for water, but dropping sewerage househ
prices by 7 percent, providing households with an eighty-three dollar saving in the next y saving in the next financial y year.
dollar saving in the next financial year. A proposal to ban parents from smacking their children - has garnered a mixed response in the welc
welcomed
Capital. Some psychologists have welcomed the move - the ACT Governmenhe move - the ACT
Government says it doesn' t have any immediate plans to change the law. A quick smack for a misbehaving Ro
Royal
child could soon be illegal if the Physici
Physicians
Royal Australasian College of Physicians has its way. It wants to remove the legal defence for the or the remove the legal defence for the use of reasonable corporal punishment against children. Psychologists say it would send a powerful message. Tt would send a powerful message. This is taking a significant step
This is taking a significant step in not
saying violence against children is numer
numerous
not ok. The move is based on numerous studies that have found risk
physical punishment can increase the and
risk of a disorders like depression vi
and anxiety. and can give to be violent themselves as adults because they' re learning that the way y learning that the way the y you
they' re learning that the way the you cope with breaking the rules t with breaking the rules is t to
you cope with breaking the rules is to inflict violence. Dr Lewis
to inflict violence. Dr Lewis says smacking teaches children to avoid parent
the negative response from the changing
parent, rather than actually changing their behaviour. The ACT government says it has no immediate chang
plans to modify the law and any change would require further d ge would require further public d change would require further public wh
debate. There are many Canberra' s who think it' s not up to the Governm ' s not up to the parenting.
Government to pass laws on parenting. There' s a fine line go
but its up to parents, its not the government' s place to do the ofernment' s place to do the sort of government' s place to do the sort
and
of stuff Each child is different and the only person that knows knows and the only person that knows that child is their parents. I their parents. I
child is their parents. I think sometimes it' s called for. If y called for. If you' ve lost the power of talking powe
power
with you child, you' ve lost the power to win them over.

Next on WIN News ... A plea pNext on WIN News ... A plea from p Next on WIN News ... A plea from police, to help find missing Canberra elp find missing Canberrans And, ... How a credit unio it union plans to poach clients, th ans to poach clients, from th the
union plans to poach clients, from the big four banks. This program is not captioned. (CASH REGISTER BEEPS)

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This program is not captioned. the big four banks. The man accused of ramming his car into the US embass o the US embassy, remains in the Mental Hospital.
Health Unit at the Canberra Richa
Hospital. Queensland man Adrian Richardson was due to reappear in the ACT Magistrates Court today,

the ACT Magistrates Court today, but he
his lawyers said it was appropriate he stay in care. The incident, on July 10, triggered a major police and security response. He' s due to return to court next month. The record profits and high fees of the big four banks constantly attract criticism from the community, but rega
most Australians stick with them regardless. Now a Canberra based makeo
makeover,
Credit Union is giving itself a makeover, inviting locals to buy into y
in
into the business and save thousands in the process. They' re the b
but
companies Australians love to hate, the
but seven out of ten of us still use the big four banks. Now ACT' s Ce big four banks. Now ACT' s CPS C the big four banks. Now ACT' s CPS Credit Union is giving itself a facel giving itself a facelift to show that it is l w that it is nothing l like
facelift to show that it is nothing like its larger competitors. We will move from being a credit t from being a credit union t will move from being a credit union to being all of our members being the
one hundred per cent ownership of the a customer owned bank. From the first of next month, the u month, the credit u union
the first of next month, the credit union will combine with five other organisations under a new company called Beyond Bank. Customers will need to buy a two dollar share in the e in institut
institution.
the company to bank with the institution. Doctor Richard f n. Doctor Richard Denniss f from
institution. Doctor Richard Denniss Ins
from thr Canberra-based Australia
most
Institute says despite the benefits, most Australians overlook financial compari
comparing
co- operatives. They think comparing the big four banks is the same as shopping around. The owners d. The ownership structure of Credit

lik
ownership structure of Credit Unions tow
like Beyond Bank means they work towards a bottom line that m bottom line that benefits m towards a bottom line that benefits members. We generate profits, t s. We generate profits, but t the
members. We generate profits, but the difference is that these profits organis
organisa
are reinvested back into our organisation for us to build p n for us to build better p organisation for us to build better products better services. A

products better services. A recent study into financial f into financial co-operatives f found
study into financial co-operatives found that they are only used by This
fifteen per cent of Australians. This is despite these co despite these organisation co This is despite these organisation consistently offering lowers fees andistently offering lowers fees custome
and recording higher rates of the
customer satisfaction. A lot of them think perhaps that only the
four
them think perhaps that only the big four banks are safe, but in fact the government guarantees deposits instituti
institutions.
in all Australian financial

The ACT and Region Chamber of Comm Chamber of Commerce has called a crisis meeting deterio
to address what it says is a sector.
deterioration of the business there'
sector. CEO Andrew Blyth believes there' s an alarming disconnect between what the chamber is seeing, perc
and how the ACT economy is being fo
forty
perceived. It says there' s been a insolvencie
insolvencies
forty percent increase in insolvencies over the past year - the crisis summit aims to ensure smal sure small businesses get support. t businesses get support. Close t to
small businesses get support. Close to one hundred and twenty-people have gone missing in the ACT this year Twenty per cent of those were su er cent of those were su year Twenty per cent of those were suffering from mental health g from mental health
suffering from mental health issues. Sunday marks the start of pe marks the start of missing pe Sunday marks the start of missing c
persons week. Police are urging the community to be on the lookout for those who may be struggling and not tose who may be struggling and not to wait to contact police if b
being
somebody disappears. It' s always and
being aware of the people around you and ensuring that they' re being well looked after being well
for
well looked after being well catered pro
proble
for if you know that they have a problem making sure that you are touching base with them to see if they' re okay. Eight people are currently on the ACT missing ntly on the ACT missing currently on the ACT missing persons register. A new data system is professio
making it easier for health professionals to manage ilofessionals to manage critically il ill
professionals to manage critically ill patients. The Canberra w he Canberra Hospital w was
ill patients. The Canberra Hospital "Me
was the first in Australia to use rolled
"Metavision" - it' s now being I
It'
rolled out, across the Capital. care,No
care,Now
It' s a revolution in patient care,Now being used in the Territory' s major hospitals. It it
is very valuable in the sense that it minimises errors and is nimises errors and ultimately is it minimises errors and ultimately is a system that enhances patient Metavision
safety and patient care. Metavision is a paperless syvision is a paperless computer sy Metavision is a paperless computer informati
information
system which tracks patient information automatically. It minimiation automatically. It minimises the workload for nurses who no longer need to take vital signs manually. The system, it capt stem, it captures all of this information on a minutely basis so that

a minutely basis so that information is there for the medical team, the nursing team you know at the touch of a button. The system also

of a button. The system also means th
that data is transferable between the Canberra Hospital and Calvary Hospital. We can follow trends ends it
Hospital. We can follow trends and progress
it will allow us to see the progress of the patient if s of the patient especially if progress of the patient especially situatio
situation
if there' s a decline in the situation we may be able to pick that to pick that up earlier and act on it quickly.


Josh
Amy joins us with sport and could Dr
Josh Dugan be a liability for the Dragons? Well Kerryn, Terry tgons? Well Kerryn, Terry Campese t Dragons? Well Kerryn, Terry Campese Pl
Plus,
thinks he could be - that' s next. Plus, one on one chat with Jake White e White, as the Brumbies chase a spot in the Super Rugby final. This program is not captioned. by a Jake White says his team won'
be
by a Jake White says his team won' t be over-awed by a packed stadium, as it looks to book a spot in the make
Super Rugby final. The Brumbies will make history if they beat the Bull history if they beat the with
Bulls. WIN' s Luke Dufficy spoke with White from Pretoria. It stth White from Pretoria. It can st with White from Pretoria. It can strike fear into the heart of any rugby player. More than fifty thousan er. More than fifty thousand screaming South African fans baying for Brumby blood. Jake White believes his troops will lap it up. We know what' s coming.

it up. We know what' s coming. We' ve played a Loftus before and a efore and a of
ve played a Loftus before and a lot Lio
Lions
of these boys have played in the peopl
Lions series in front of 80 000 people so they' ll know what it' s like. After defeating the Cheetahs in Canberra, the Brumbies face w a, the Brumbies face off w with
in Canberra, the Brumbies face off dec
decider.
with the Bulls for a place in the decider. I think the nerves are now gone. We know we can do it, we knw gone. We know we can do it, we pl
know we' re good enough to play in excit
playoff rugby and now it' s all excitement going into this ement going into this weekend.
excitement going into this weekend. The ACT side won fifteen - thirteen last weekend, though they weren' t able to cross for a try. this
We obviously want to score tries and this year we' ve scored quite a ve scored quite a this year we' ve scored quite a few tries. We ground out a nice nd out a nice
and
tries. We ground out a nice win of
and we took a lot of confidence out of the fact that we had to really play really well until the 80th minut ll until the 80th minute to get that result. The Brum The t
the
Brumbies can secure a home final if the Crusaders beat the Chiefs in he Chiefs in the Crusaders beat the Chiefs in the undefeat
undefeated
other semi. The Bulls are football
football,
undefeated at home in finals football, but the Brumbies have proved a handful for the South White'
African champs. Last year Jake White' s men scored five tries to two in Pretoria, only to head home with a narrow loss. In round seven of this year, a late penalty goal sa this year, a late penalty goal at
saw the ACT snatch a thrilling win at Canberra Stadium. Twelve Brumbie Twelve Brumbies were today named in the Wall ed in the Wallabies squad for the Rugby Chamabies squad for the Rugby Championship - including first timers ding first
and
timers Scott Fardy, Tevita Kuridrani and Matt Toomua.

The Australian mens Volleyball team is in the Capital, for a trainis in the Capital, for a training camp ahead of its upcoming tour of South America. The squad performed above expectations in tations in
year'
performed above expectations in last year' s Olympics - jumping 11 spots in the world rankings and beating heavyweight Poland. We improved a lot and I think it was just getting used to play at that level and agains that level and against those teams and cgainst those teams and definitely co coming
against those teams and definitely coming of age and now the key is obvi and now the key is consistently
obviously producing that consistently and throughout the

four
consistently and throughout the next four years leading into Rio. t into Rio. The t tour
four years leading into Rio. The tour is part of preparations for quali
qualif
September' s World Championship qualifiers - which will be held Ca - which will be held in Ca qualifiers - which will be held in can
Canberra. The Raiders believe they can exploit the weaknesses in Dn exploit the weaknesses in Josh D Du
can exploit the weaknesses in Josh Dugan' s game in tomorrow' s match against the Dragons. There' s still no official word on whether Blake
are
Ferguson will line up, but all signs hi
are pointing to the centre making his comeback. He spent four i He spent four years i in
his comeback. He spent four years J
Josh
in the Capital and the Raiders know Josh Dugan' s game inside C an' s game inside out.Terry C Josh Dugan' s game inside out.Terry Campese believes that will come in Wollongo
Wollongong.
handy against the Dragons in Wollongong. You see the a u see the positives a and
Wollongong. You see the positives you
and the negatives of players when you train with them day in day out and he' s been at the club for many years so there' s a few little things re' s a few little things we' ve got to target Duges.
Despite his controversial exit from Canberra coach David Furner says his players won' t be giving Dugan any special treatment. We y special treatment. We haven'
any special treatment. We haven' t h
spoken too much about it mate to be N
honest. If you do that you' ve got Nightingale and Morris. Dugan' s old drinking buddy Blake Ferguson is looking to make his return from a four week suspension. It' s tour week suspension. It' s good to four week suspension. It' s good to have him back. He' s been ack. He' s been to have him back. He' s been his normal self, he' s full of energy mal self, he' s full of energy. normal self, he' s full of energy. It' s just like having a bit a just like having a bit of a It' s just like having a bit of a little injury where you' ve
a little injury where you' ve missed a couple of weeks so straight i of weeks so straight back i in
a couple of weeks so straight back in there. With all the hype about so
Dugan and Ferguson, as well as the so-called hoodoo, the Green Machine is looking forward to finally hi looking forward to finally to
hitting the field. We' ve just got to put that behind us, get out on the footy field and do what we do best.

Queanbeyan pride goes on the line, goes on the in
line, When the Blues face the Roos in a Canberra Raiders cup local derby l
clash
derby. It' s also a top of the table clash - A win for the Blues se in for the Blues would se clash - A win for the Blues would see them wrap up the minor premiers wrap up the minor premiership. The last time we playe st time we 26
26-0
played the Blues they were, it was 26-0 at half tim so hopefully this weekend we can put in an eighty thi
thing
minute performance. It' s one thing being top of the ladder but the real key is winning the Grand Final so I think that' s somethi we so I think that' s something we we'
Final so I think that' s something we' ll start looking at in the next couple of weeks. Other games see The Bushrangers host Gungahlin, R angers host Gungahlin, the R Rams
The Bushrangers host Gungahlin, the Rams play Goulburn and the Warri m burn and the Warriors m meet
Rams play Goulburn and the Warriors meet the Scholars. After going down oing down in the first two games of the se e hopi
hoping
season, The Canberra Darters are hoping to open their Australian Netba lian Netball League account when they head hey weekend.
head to South Australia this weekend. The Darters will take on the on
in
the Tassie Spirit and Southern Force in a double header. The young b r. The young side b in a double header. The young side thi
believes it can make an impact on t
thing
this year' s competition. Our big thing is our transition with a r transition with attack a and
thing is our transition with attack and defence so bringing the ball back in and also reducing our error rate and our negative turnovers. Rob Paxevanos sent in his fishing report this week. He says Inland there has been some reasonable polaro e reasonable polaroiding for golden perch at Blowe at Blowering polaroiding for golden perch at Blowering if you can get out during calm sunny weather. On the trout scene Lake Eucumbene has been a littl s been a
little quiet, but the Lake Jindabyne been
is doing reasonably well. Tuna have been hard to come by on the high seas, but snapper and flattys are doing better in close. And for better in close. And for doing better in close. And for beach fisherman, schools of salmon have been spotted off Windang. And feen spotted off Windang. And just fi been spotted off Windang. And just finally, the WNBL draw has been announced - the Capitals will play
five.
their first match at home on October Laur
Lauren
five. And it has been confirmed Lauren Jackson will line up for Cauren Jackson will line up for the C Caps
Lauren Jackson will line up for the Caps this season. Great news. son. Great news. Amy.
Caps this season. Great news. Thanks Amy. Stay with us. I' ll have the weekend weather details after the break. This program is not captioned. We're hearing a lot from the
Opposition about Australia's debt. You may be surprised to know that Australia's debt per capita is one of the lowest
in the developed world. Ask yourself this -
if our debt levels are so bad, why are we one of only eight
countries in the world with a triple A credit rating, a stable outlook
from all three credit agencies? THESE are the real facts, and no amount of negative
political spin can change that.

This program is not captioned. break. A mostly clear day around
region
break. A mostly clear day around the region In Canberra it climbed to tion In Canberra it climbed to a t top
region In Canberra it climbed to a o
top of thirteen, after a chilly low sitt
sitting
of minus-three. Right now, it' s aroun
sitting on seven. Taking a look Tablelands,
around the region, On the Tablelands, Minus-one to twelve in Go ands, Minus-one to twelve in Braidwo
Braidwood,
Goulburn Twelve also in Yass. Braidwood, fifteen degrees On coaidwood, fifteen degrees On the coa coast,
Braidwood, fifteen degrees On the coast, Nineteen in Nowra, Sixteen
coast, Nineteen in Nowra, Sixteen in Ulladulla, the Bay and Moruya sevent
seventeen
Heads. A light shower in Bega, Moun
seventeen degrees. Moving to the C
Coom
Mountains, Minus-four to fifteen in Perishe
Perisher,
Cooma, Minus-two overnight in Perisher, topping five today. Just Ta
Taking
two in Thredbo, Bombala, fourteen. P
Patchy
Taking a look at the satellite map, Patchy cloud in eastern New South Wales with weak offshore trough is not bringing any rain. On the

not bringing any rain. On the chart, to
It' s generally clear elsewhere due to a high pressure system. Moving to the forecast, On the Coast tomorrorecast, On the Coast M
tomorrow, Zero to eighteen in Bega, Moruya Heads is aiming for a top of seventeen Eighteen in the Bay and Minus
Nowra. Frost on the Tablelands, A
Minus-four to fourteen in Braidwood A chilly start in Queanbeyan, Yass and Goulburn - all heading for fiftee ing for minus
fifteen. Lows of minus two, and Fr
Frost
minus three Cold on the Mountains, T
Frost in Bombala reaching fourteen. Thredbo' s expecting a top of three P
after overnight low of minus eight. Perisher - a top of six. Fifteen in Area
Areas
Cooma And for Canberra tomorrow, Areas of morning fog and frost, but clearing to a sunny day. Heading
a
clearing to a sunny day. Heading for a top of fifteen degrees, after Looking
dipping to minus two tonight. Looking ahead, Fifteen on Sunday, pos , possible showers starting on Monday, clearing up mid-way through next F
Friday
week. And that' s WIN News for this loo
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