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The stock market closed higher today. The All Ordinaries up 11 points. Our dollar is buying:

The average petrol price in Sydney is: The price cycle on the way down. Prices should drop further overcoming -- coming Dows -- days. Now the weather. We saw blue skys and sunshine. It reached a top of 20 in the city and Cronulla, two above average. 19 for Liverpool, Richmond and for Campbelltown. Tomorrow a cold front will bring a burst of cold, wet, windy weather. Taking a look interstate: A possible shower nor Brisbane, a top of 24. Raeurpb developing in Melbourne and Hobart, top of 14. Around NSW - coastal areas should stay dry. A top of 20 for Wollongong.

After a cool night, we can look forward to another beautiful winter's day, mostly sunny with light to moderate north-westerly winds.

Dangerous surf conditions expected along the coast. The outlook is looking sensational with mild and sunny days until at least the middle of next week. The weekend will be cooler than tomorrow with a TPG of 18 on Saturday, 19 on Sunday but next week we'll see temperatures back into the 20s again. 23 on Tuesday and 20 on Wednesday. Sunshine in our west. A top of 17 to 18 across the weekend. Reaching 20 by Monday. 22 on Tuesday.

It looks terrific. Thank you. That is nine news for this Thursday. Tracy Grimshaw is next with 'A Current Affair'. I'm Peter Overton. I hope you have a good evening. From us all, goodnight.Supertext captions by Red Bee Media - www.redbeemedia.com.au.

Phillips Tonight ... The NRMA
Phillips Tonight ... The NRMA steps region
up a campaign to fix shocking regional roads A call for tougher alc ll for tougher alcohol laws to curb violence two violence And two alcohol laws to curb violence And two Brumbies legends talk about g legends talk about the g two Brumbies legends talk about the grand final Good evening, I' al Good evening, I' m grand final Good evening, I' m Geoff moto
Phillips The NRMA is calling on motorists to get angry over condits to get angry over the condi motorists to get angry over the
condition of the region' s roads. In a major survey, it' s found King t' s found the King a major survey, it' s found the Kings and Barton Highways are the wor the worst. The organisation is demanding more money be spent on upgrades. spent on upgrades. The NRMA says only a fraction of the money the federal government collects in fuel excise is invested back into roads. In the lead-up th to roads. In the lead-up to th back into roads. In the lead-up to the looming election it' s g election it' s started
the looming election it' s started a campaign demanding better roads. T n demanding better roads. The Federal Government collects bi nt collects 15 bi The Federal Government collects 15 billion dollars in fuel excise from billion
motorists each year - only put three billion dollars back into ion dollars back into roads. billion dollars back into roads. If they put the rest of that money back into roads we' ll have some decen
decent
decent roads in this region and decent roads in Australia. +w NRM s in Australia. +w The NRM decent roads in Australia. +w The NRMA surveyed ten thousand people peop
across Australia and hundreds of people across the Canberra area to find the worst roads. The Kings Highway, which links Canberra and the s Canberra and the coast, has come up number one
the coast, has come up number one on the list of worst roads in the r f worst roads in the ACT r the list of worst roads in the ACT region. The Kings Highway, we' ve s ghway, we' ve seen too many fatalities on it. We' spent
ve really got to see more money spent on that - getting lanes etting passing lanes spent on that - getting passing lanes, getting money spent on those p ey spent on those passing corners and making orners and making sure
passing corners and making sure that the Kings Highway which is i the Kings Highway which is getting increasing traffic becomes a safe roa mes a safe ab
road. The second most complained Barto
about road in the region is the Barton Highway, which has traff Highway, which has heavy traff Barton Highway, which has heavy traffic in peak hour as Yass residents commute to work in
also
Canberra each day. The NRMA survey also showed some local roads such as howed some local roads such as Gundaroo Drive are not up to pe
scratch. Congestion in the morning peak here is reaching lev s reaching intolerable lev levels.
peak here is reaching intolerable mot
motorists
levels. Other roads which local motorists expressed most concern about are the Monaro Highway and Parkes Way. getting
Police say drivers aren' t getting the message when it e when it comes
getting the message when it comes to speeding. More than 670 we g. More than 670 were speeding. More than 670 were caught Canberr
travelling over the limit on Mor
Canberra roads during July alone. More than one hundred w More than one hundred infringements were issued for speeding in school zo ng in school zones. These are a vulnerable group of people in our society, sroup of people in our society, school children, that are going
school children, that are going back to school and 110 people caughhool and 110 people were caught to school and 110 people were caught during that period. toght during that period. Close to caught during that period. Close to two-hundred-and- seventy drivers kilomet
were caught between 15 and 30 kilometres over the limit. Two men in their early 20s were caught more t y 20s were caught more than 45 kilometres over. kilometres over. Fines from
than 45 kilometres over. Fines range
from two- hundred-and-three dollars and one demerit point, to more than eighteen-hundred dollars and demteen-hundred dollars and six dem demerit
eighteen-hundred dollars and six earlie
demerit points. As we reported earlier this week, this month police are targeting driver distraction. Territ
There are fresh calls for the Territory Government to crack down a
on the sale, consumption and use of close
alcohol. New research has found close to fifty percent of Canberrans consume liquor at levels that d quor at levels that have d consume liquor at levels that have
dire consequences for their health. Drunk and disorderly - fuel ly - alcohol fuel Drunk and disorderly - alcohol fuelled violence, spilling onto the c spilling onto the city' s streets. We find alcoh eets. We find that alcoh city' s streets. We find that alcohol is contributing factor to lots of the offences that occur on th cur on the streets of Canberra, as a ets of Canberra, as a the streets of Canberra, as a result of what people drink in eople drink in night
of what people drink in night clubs and then when they leave and ho when they leave and come ho and then when they leave and come dome
home. Drink-driving incidents, domestic violence, severe injury - all contributing to the form g to the hangover form all contributing to the hangover Hospitalis
form excessive drinking. Hospitalisation rates amongst h s amongst males h Hospitalisation rates amongst males have gone up about 50% over the

have gone up about 50% over the last 4 or 5 years, among females by abou 5 years, among females by about 30%. The ACT Government is be 30%. The ACT Government is being called on to tighten its liquor licensing laws, to nsing laws, to reduce liquor licensing laws, to reduce the impact alcohol has Canberrans. At a forum today, the newly formed New South Wales ACT Alcohol Policy Allian olicy Alliance, urged the Attorney-General adve
to increase the price, restrict advertising, and look at a s tising, and look at a lock-out s advertising, and look at a lock-out system at the city' s pubs clubs. the city' s pubs and clubs. system at the city' s pubs and clubs. we believe that as a consequ lieve that as a consequence of a whole vast raft t whole vast raft of t consequence of a whole vast raft of r
things that have happened that have reduced the price of alcohol ced the price of alcohol made
reduced the price of alcohol made it more available and seen it marketed in
in a very aggressive way, this is increasing rates of harm in commu of harm in our commu increasing rates of harm in our Govern
community. 18 months ago the Government conducted a major reform of the liquor act. It' s now re the liquor act. It' s now reviewing how it operates - and Simon w it operates - and Simon Corbell says he will look at all submissions given from grou ions given from lobby grou all submissions given from lobby groups, to tighten regulations.
groups, to tighten regulations. we already have provision for lockouts in the ACT legislation that was put in place when laws were abo en laws were reformed abo in place when laws were reformed about 2 years ago haven' t yet e ago haven' t yet been e exercised
about 2 years ago haven' t yet been exercised but the powers are
+w
certainly available to the minister. +w

The ACT Government' s cul ment' s kangaroo cul The ACT Government' s kangaroo cull has fallen just short of its quo ust short of its quota. Eleven hundred and fo hundred and forty
quota. Eleven hundred and forty nine roos had been killed when the cull e illed when the cull ended last night, 95 less than the redu
target. The operating window was reduced from eight weeks to due reduced from eight weeks to three due to legal action by activis ction by animal activis due to legal action by animal activists. An additional y
three-hundred- and-fifty-five pouch young were also killed. TAMS says the result ensures grasslands and protect
woodlands are not overgrazed, protecting threatened species ecocting threatened species and eco ecosystems.
protecting threatened species and ecosystems. For the first time, 15 Th
per cent of the meat will be used. The reserves were re-opened eserves were re-opened today
The reserves were re-opened today to the public. Smokers in s in Canberra the public. Smokers in Canberra say a massive price hike for a of e for a packet of a massive price hike for a packet of cigarettes won' t make them
of cigarettes won' t make them quit. twelve-and
twelve-and-a-half
Tax on tobacco will go up twelve-and-a-half percent every year, for the next four years. The price of a pack of smokes will jump by around $5 over the next four yearund $5 over the next four years. I think it' ll just make me more angry and have to pay y and have to pay more more angry and have to pay more for cigarettes. I don' t think it' s going to make a difference I

s going to make a difference I think people are going to buy th are going to buy them people are going to buy them anyway The
because it' s a habit they do. They' re not the only ones who' ll be s who' ll be hit hard at the hip pocket. e hit hard at the hip pocket. be hit hard at the hip pocket. And ma
that' s the thing people think we make a lot of money, but there must be a big difference in terms of difference in terms of be a big difference in terms of what we sell and in terms of cost. That certainly
money is going somewhere it certainly is not coming into bu ly is not coming into small bu business.
certainly is not coming into small business. +w We generally don' t ge s. +w We generally don' t businesses
get the rebates that other businesses may get and they sell them cheaper for that reason. C t reason. The C them cheaper for that reason. The Cancer Council believes the move will prompt 210,000 smokers to kic t will prompt 210,000 smokers to kick the habit - which kills more 15, - which kills more than 15, 15,000
the habit - which kills more than 15,000 Australians every year.
15,000 Australians every year. We' initiativ
re very supportive of this incre
increasing
initiative because we know that increasing the excise is the m the excise is the single m increasing the excise is the single most effective means of reducing the consumption of tobacco. Labor consumption of tobacco. When Labor increased the excise by 25 excise by 25 Labor increased the excise by 25 per cent in 2010 - it resulted in a resulted in an
cent in 2010 - it resulted in an 11 per cent reduction. The ACT has the lowest rate of smokers in the countr f smokers in the country - 13 per cent compared cent compared to country - 13 per cent compared to 16 jurisdiction
per cent nationally. Overall as a jurisdiction we do the best the best but jurisdiction we do the best but we' d like to see that lower. If brin
the price increase of cigarettes smoke
brings down the number of people who smoke which in turn decrease the amount of people that walk ou t walk through ou amount of people that walk through our door we' re 100 per cent t per cent behind t our door we' re 100 per cent behind the government' s decision. fir vernment' s decision. The fir the government' s decision. The first rise is in December. It' s expected to raise $5.3 billion
re
expected to raise $5.3 billion We' into
re welcoming of any investment back into the services that support people to quit, treat people with tobacco related illness.

the
With just two days to go until the Super Rugby grand final, Chie and final, the Chie the Super Rugby grand final, the Chief Minister has Canberr has challenged Canberr Chief Minister has challenged Canberrans to get behind the Brumbies. Katy Gallagher has colo
decorated her office in Brumbies colours and is urging Canberra' s workers and businesses to do same businesses to do the same workers and businesses to do the same. The government is b ernment is encouraging b same. The government is encouraging d
businesses to email photos of their decorations. The best one will win
decorations. The best one will win a hop
Brumbies season pass. I really hope that all Canberra' s workplaces get out over the next couple of days er the next couple of days and just show the Brumbies ays and just show the Brumbies days and just show the Brumbies just how much we support them and jow much we support them and the job how much we support them and the job they' re doing over in New Zealand. Hopefully, wealand. Hopefully, ultimately winnin Zealand. Hopefully, ultimately winning the Grand Final. And we' ll have more on the grand final sp e on the grand final in sp ll have more on the grand final in sport. Ahead on WIN News ... ra IN News ... The ra sport. Ahead on WIN News ... The race to buy a ride in the Sky Whale Aace to buy a ride in the Sky Whale keepi
And, ... How a veggie garden is keeping Queanbeyan students in school. This program is not captioned. C
Capital
school. Office vacancy rates in the thirte
thirteen
Capital could climb as high as quarter,
thirteen percent in the next quarter, because of a claimed lack of stimulus from the Federal Governme he Federal Government. Figures released today fr leased today
from the Australian Property Council show vacancy is currently sitting around twelve percent. We expected it probably would have increased a l ave increased a little bit at June but unfortunately a lot of the buildings that bee ldings that have bee a lot of the buildings that have da
been completed, missed the cut off date for the PCA figures. +w the e PCA figures. +w Once the date for the PCA figures. +w Once the election is called, and is
the election is called, and is over, rates are expected to stabilise. A e expected to stabilise. whe
After every election depending on Governme
whether there' s a change of Government or the same rem ent or the same Government rem remains
Government or the same Government remains there' s churn. So departments chance, people move arourtments chance, people move around so that' ll be good for AC t' ll be good for the AC around so that' ll be good for the ACT economy, it' ll give it a bit

activity
ACT economy, it' ll give it a bit of activity.
activity a bit of business activity. Parts of a veh Parts of a military veh activity. Parts of a military Afgha
Afghanistan
vehicle damaged in an attack in Afghanistan will be the o Afghanistan will be the centrepiece Australian
of a new exhibition at the Australian War Memorial. The Army tribute
has donated the remnants as a tribute to those who' ve served th who' ve served in th tribute to those who' ve served in the conflict. This storage bin wa n was severely damaged when an Australi en an Australian military vehicle ran

Australian military vehicle ran over an explosive device in l losive device in Afghanistan l an explosive device in Afghanistan last year. The bin was attached to
last year. The bin was attached to a Bushmaster Protected Vehicle, like this one, which was also damaged t was also damaged in t
this one, which was also damaged in the incident. The four wheel tr ident. The four wheel drive tr the incident. The four wheel drive defl
troop transporter is designed to deflect any upward blast away from those inside. While there thre While there were thre those inside. While there were three Australian soldiers who were slightly wounded in this event, in

less
slightly wounded in this event, in a less protected vehicle I can im protected vehicle I can only im imagine
less protected vehicle I can only for
fortunate.
imagine we would not have been so fortunate. It just shows how important this Australian made Aus
Australian
technology has been in protecting Australian personnel overseas. The about
bin will form part of an exhibition about to open at the Australian o open at the Australian
Memorial.
about to open at the Australian War Memorial. It' s being billed as a tr ing billed as a tribute to Australian forces operatin orces operating in the area. The exhibition itself focuses on the experiences of servicemen and women in Afghanistan. This piece impor This piece is impor in Afghanistan. This piece is important because it' s got s got the important because it' s got the code number of the vehicle which means th means that we can tell a p at we can tell a particular
that we can tell a particular story. And that' s what we try to do in Australi
all of our collecting at the Australian War memorial is not just collecting things that are of general interest but things that have a very specific story about about have a very specific story about the service of Australians in conflict. I think that' s something that' see
s important to remember when people see components such as this it' such as this it' s see components such as this it' s a first hand insight for a lot Aust hand insight for a lot of Aust Australians
first hand insight for a lot of Australians as to the dangers that so e dangers that Afghanis
some of our soldiers face. Afghanistan: the Australian wil n: the Australian story wil Afghanistan: the Australian story will open on the seventh of August.

Extensions to the Street c the Street Theatre c complex
Extensions to the Street Theatre complex in the City have been officially unveiled. The upgrade includes a new rehearsal venue, new s s a new rehearsal venue, new imp
seating in the main theatres, and improved acoustics. The theatre
improved acoustics. The theatre also has a new box office and ca office and cafe, has a new box office and cafe, with an expanded foyer and off ded foyer and additional off an expanded foyer and additional office space. The ACT Government

office space. The ACT Government has spent three million dollars on p million dollars on the p spent three million dollars on the project to establish the Theatre as a central arts hub. It' s the air l arts hub. It' s the hot air a central arts hub. It' s the hot air balloon which took the city, k the city, parts
air balloon which took the city, and Now
parts of the country, by storm.- Now it' s your chance to have a a Now it' s your chance to have a ride in the controversial Sky Whale. ma Sky Whale. A ma in the controversial Sky Whale. A major fundraiser for Dollars Dilor fundraiser for Dollars for Dili major fundraiser for Dollars for Dili and the Boundless fro d the Boundless Playground fro Dili and the Boundless Playground from Centenary of Canberra is

from Centenary of Canberra is giving exper
two lucky people the chance to experience the hottest topic Cxperience the hottest topic in Canbe experience the hottest topic in Canberra' s sky. All you need ra' s sky. All you need is
highest
Canberra' s sky. All you need is the highest bid. We' re very a . We' re very excited a highest bid. We' re very excited about it, nearly 40 items in tota e everything
about it, nearly 40 items in total, everything from sporting memorabilia to special experiences. That includes a champagne breakfast on the top of Parliament House, joys fli arliament House, joys re
flights and a taste of some of the region' s best wine. The auction midnigh
site has only been open since midnight, and already bids already bids have
midnight, and already bids have been rolling in. The Brumbies, the talk of the town at the moment, ent, talk of the town at the moment, $500 for the signed Brumbies jersey i signed Brumbies jersey and i for the signed Brumbies jersey and if they win on the weekend, know' weekend, who know' if they win on the weekend, who know' s what it' ll fetch. +w auc' s what it' ll fetch. +w The auc know' s what it' ll fetch. +w The auction runs until August until August fifteen.
auction runs until August fifteen. Queanbeyan South Public school has added some fun to its curriculum stu
with a new garden and kitchen for students. Students have been ents. Students have been hard students. Students have been hard at work growing their own produce and It
cooking it into healthy meals. It may look like a trendy restaurant Al
but from the garden to the plate, All of this has been grown and cooked, by Queanbeyan students. In the garden we plant some vegetables and some fruit and we cut some fruit and we cut them
once
and some fruit and we cut them down use
once they' re fully grown and we use them in the kitchen so we the in the kitchen so we use the use them in the kitchen so we use Que
Queanbeyan
them resourceful so we can eat. Queanbeyan South Public School is one of the only schools in area re schools in area to re receive
one of the only schools in area to Al
receive a grant from the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation. transfor
It' s allowed the school to transform two classrooms sevnsform two classrooms into several transform two classrooms into several kitchens. As well as put in a vegetable garden to rival most. S en to rival most. Some of the kids have have actually
Some of the kids have actually never seen vegetables growing some vegetables growing before, some seen vegetables growing before, some of them have but some of ha but some of them ha some of them have but some of them haven' t and for them there' alwan' t and for them there' s always haven' t and for them there' s always an ah ha moment when an ah ha moment when they
always an ah ha moment when they see something that they' ve eaten hom t they' ve eaten at hom something that they' ve eaten at home or something that they see in th hat they see in the supermarket. The program ta t. The program has ta the supermarket. The program has taught students lifelong skills about how to grow and cook healthy fo to grow and cook healthy e
enough.
food. And it seems, they can' t get enough. They never miss a day. a miss a day. So a attendance
enough. They never miss a day. So attendance is excellent on both kitch ce is excellent on both kitchen and garden days so it' s addressed a whole range of things
addressed a whole range of things in atten
our school management plan and attendance is one of them it' nce is one of them because it' attendance is one of them because it' s very exciting and it doesn' t m ting and it doesn' t matter what the weather is, they lover what the weather is, they love to be in the kitchen and gar be in the kitchen and the gar garden.
love to be in the kitchen and the garden. I' m looking forward to cooking some deserts with the stawber with the stawberries and the blueberries it' s berries it' s going to be excellent. Jelisa Apps, WIN News.

Amy Duggan joins us now spomy Duggan joins us now with sport Amy Duggan joins us now with sport, and a Raiders favourite
sport, and a Raiders favourite marks a major milestone. Yes Kerryn, Josh McCrone will play his will play his one McCrone will play his one hundredth game this weekend - we' ll fromhis weekend - we' ll hear from game this weekend - we' ll hear from him next. Plus, the inside , the inside from him next. Plus, the inside word from two Brumbies legends on mbies legends on how from two Brumbies legends on how to win the Grand Final. This program is not captioned. Come on!

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This program is not captioned. win the Grand Final. Two former Brumbies greats say the current

Brumbies greats say the current side has the self belief to bring the Super Rugby trophy back to Canberra. Joe Roff and Owen Finegan f and Owen Finegan were Joe Roff and Owen Finegan were both part of the last ACT side to win the to win the title, and today they spoke with WIN' s Luke Dufficy. Nine years has past since the Brumbies last tasted Super Rugby glory. It was Rugby glory. It was tasted Super Rugby glory. It was a myse
myself
very special night not only for myself but for the Brumbies and for our community. You

our community. You almost forget the memories it' s been that long. Joe Roff has played in all five of the Brumbies Grand finals - scoring Nobo
two tries in 2001 - Joe Roff! Nobody in front of him. Joe he' front of him. Joe Cool, he' Nobody in front of him. Joe Cool, he' s got a double. +w And 2004. It s got a double. +w And 2004. It' s about being composed and about being composed and it' It' s about being composed and it' s about enjoying the experience. T joying the experience. aro
These moments in life don' t come around very much. If you don' t enjoy it there' s not much point being out there. Owen Finegan was t Owen Finegan was the last Brumbies captain to the t Brumbies captain to lift the
the last Brumbies captain to lift the trophy. The leadership group
we had was great. Having blokes like George Gregan, Stephen Larkham and David Giffin and Ben Mowen' s got that same leadership package. He' s g p package. He' s got Stephen Moore, he' s got S he' s got George S Smith.
got Stephen Moore, he' s got George playe
Smith. Both Roff and Finnegan played with George Smith and Ra ith George Smith and Clyde Ra Rathbone
played with George Smith and Clyde Rathbone - the only two members of the 2004 side who' ll run out against the Chiefs on Saturday. The fs on Saturday. winn
Their experience will be huge in winning the big moments of match. big moments of the match. winning the big moments of the match. Both the Brumbies' Grand F mbies' Grand Canberra
Final wins have come here at Canberra Stadium. Their record in New Zealand is none from two. However s none from two. However Jake White' s team thriver Jake White' s team has thrive However Jake White' s team has thrived under pressure this essure this year
thrived under pressure this year and is relishing the tag of underdogs. They won' t get any more hostile t
than they got last week, so to get the victory against the Bulls, going to Waikato probably won' t be as bad. That sense of self belief had. That sense of self belief has carried them a long way and I' m enormously impressed with them as a group of people. While they know troup of people. While they know the away trip is tough, these Brumbies legends believe the

Brumbies legends believe the current crop can overcome the odds - mar vercome the odds - and mar crop can overcome the odds - and mark the beginning of a new era of ru of a new era of clo
rugby in the Capital. It' ll be close but the Brumbies by five. M es by five. My tip is the Brumbies and if they wi and if they win by one point that' ll be enough f ' ll be enough for me.


Canberra,
The Australian netball team is in Canberra, For a three day selection camp before test series ries against camp before test series against New Zealand and Malawi. The seventeen twelve
player squad will be trimmed down to twelve this weekend. The Diamond' s last match against New Zealand match against New Zealand last match against New Zealand will AIS
be played in front of a sold out AIS Arena. The side is hoping fans the
who missed out on tickets will watch the action at the live site which tal
will be set up outside. We just talked about it again last night, the legacy the girls are egacy the girls are leaving
the
the legacy the girls are leaving for the future generations and Canberra po
is important to us from a netball nation'
point of view but also as our nation' s capital. Canberra' s a really untapped resource for us t ource for us in t really untapped resource for us in terms of seeing different things nt things terms of seeing different things and oppose
enjoying different aspects as opposed to just being in the AIS. +w Josh McCrone will celebrate hu Josh McCrone will celebrate one hundred first grade games for the Raiders against the Storm on

Raiders against the Storm on Sunday. A win for Canberra could see it as high as fifth. April 2009 - Mc fifth. April 2009 - Josh Mc high as fifth. April 2009 - Josh f
McCrone makes his first grade debut for Canberra, three years after first joining the club from Temora. It was awesome, first time I played in a big stadium for about two big stadium for about two years so with the crowd it an he crowd it was an two years so with the crowd it was an awesome experience I' d love do ome experience I' d love to do an awesome experience I' d love to do it every week. Since then he has ce then he has played almost every week - racking up a century of games for the y of games for the Green Machine. Two finals
the Green Machine. Two finals series som
and two games for Country Origin firs
some of the highlights. When I first came down here as an 18 ol e down here as an 18 year ol first came down here as an 18 year
first
old I didn' t really think I' d play first grade to be honest and then to have 100 games with the blokes lokes to have 100 games with the blokes I' ve been able to do it with is pretty special for me. only or me. McCrone only pretty special for me. McCrone only has one more year left on his current deal, but isn' t thinking about his next contract. Definitely got another year aftenitely got another year and after Definitely got another year and after that we' ll see what comes i ll see what comes of i after that we' ll see what comes of it, but at the moment I' m m it, but at the moment I' m enjoying my footy here. The reigning premiers await McCrone and the Raider ne and the Raiders at Canberra Stadium on Sunday dium on Sunday. It' s always exciti. It' s always pretty excitin Sunday. It' s always pretty exciting playing the Storm, it' s alw g the Storm, it' s always a real good challenge and it seems to bring out the best
seems to bring out the best football definitely
in us but this week I' ll definitely have my head down ve my head down and
definitely have my head down and try The
and put in a bit of extra effort. Storm
The Green Machine defeated the year,
Storm in Melbourne earlier this year, but the Victorians will be fire ut the Victorians will be fired up after losing two on the trot. That' s part of footy, you krot. That' s part of footy, you know, you look forward to these g ok forward to these big g games
know, you look forward to these big games and I think it' s going to be character
a big challenge for us, our character to back up from the from the win
character to back up from the win on the weekend. Joel Thompson has again been named in the centres, but could move back to the forwards if Co
Blake Ferguson makes his comeback. Coach David Furner still Furner still playing Coach David Furner still playing his card close to his chest. I' m ba o his chest. I' m a ba card close to his chest. I' m a back rower and I love being the eing the back rower and I love being the left back rower but when the team needs me to play that position, I' m

me to play that position, I' m happy to play it.

fina
Time is running out to secure
finals spots in the John I Dent Cup. Royals are coming off an upset win over Tuggeranong and are looking l nd are looking to l over Tuggeranong and are looking to lock down second place when host econd place when they host lock down second place when they host Gungahlin on the weekend. It' s pretty fantastic to finally knock th
through
them off after they' d been going through undefeated so far this season. It was a great win for the bo It was a great win for the now
boys but definitely left in the past now and just looking forward to thisnd just looking forward to coming
this weekend. The Eagles are coming off a win over Uni-Norths
coming off a win over Uni-Norths and the
are sitting three points outside the top four. This is import four. This is pretty import the top four. This is pretty important to us, I' m pretty sure we need to pretty much win every every need to pretty much win every game. Other games see Uni-Norths Qu ni-Norths play Qu Other games see Uni-Norths play Queanbeyan and Easts take on the Viki the r
Vikings. The Monaro Fight circuit
returns to action on Saturday night, With twelve fights on the card at th rd at the Yass Soldier' s Club. Big f
fight
card, Australia Cruiserweight title fight will feature John Fisher C e John Fisher from C fight will feature John Fisher from Canberra and Cowra' s Richie Morgan. fighte
fighters
The under card will feature fighters from throughout the a throughout the Monaro a fighters from throughout the Monaro and Southern Tablelands as well Ald Southern Tablelands as well as Al Albury
and Southern Tablelands as well as Albury and Sydney. Promoters are
Plenty
hoping to attract first time fans. no
Plenty of fight action, some good experienc
experienced
novice fights and then some experienced fights towards the end so a hybrid show and a real mix ex how and a real mix of ex experience.
so a hybrid show and a real mix of experience. The MFC is The MFC is planning
experience. The MFC is planning on returning to the Canberra later in Than
the year. that' s it in sport, Thanks Amy, your Friday detai my, your Friday weather detai Thanks Amy, your Friday weather details and snow report are next. This program is not captioned. There's a new way to link
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This program is not captioned. w rt are next. A w details and snow report are next. A warm and sunny day around the
warm and sunny day around the region of
- in Canberra it climbed to a top of fifteen degrees after a nig een degrees after a chilly nig of fifteen degrees after a chilly night of minus three. Right now, the temperature has dropped off, sitting dropped off, sitting on seven. Taking a look aroun aking a look around, On the Tablelands, t the Tablelands, Freezing t around, On the Tablelands, Freezing to fourteen at Goulburn, dipping Goulburn, Yass dipping to fourteen at Goulburn, Yass dipping to minus one overnight, and climbed to fifteen today Minus four to fourteen for Braidwood Warm on the coast, Eighteen degrees for Nowra ighteen degrees for Nowra and Bega, Ulladulla, Batemans seven
Bay and Moruya Heads all topped seventeen. Lows ranging from on Lows ranging from minus on seventeen. Lows ranging from minus Min
one to nine On the Snowies today, Minus
Minus one to fourteen at Cooma, Minus six to ten degrees at Perisher, Nine at Thredbo, m hredbo, Bombala, m Perisher, Nine at Thredbo, Bombala, minus three to thirteen Taking a look at the satellite map, e satellite map, Low
along
look at the satellite map, Low cloud along the NSW coast with onshore wlong the NSW coast with onshore shower
winds is causing a few coastal showers. On the chart, It' s mostly c the chart, It' s mostly clear in the far west under a broad h the far west under a broad high pressure ridge. Moving to the fo Moving to the Ninetee
forecast, Sunny on the coast, Nineteen degrees at Bega, the and en degrees at Bega, the Bay and Nineteen degrees at Bega, the Bay a
and Nowra, One less at Moruya Heads and Ulladulla, lows between zero, and tween zero, and nine degrees. Late showers on the ers on the Tablelands, Freezing to
the Tablelands, Freezing to fourteen at Braidwood and Queanbeyan, nd Queanbeyan, One at Braidwood and Queanbeyan, One to thirteen at Yass, Fourteen at Mountain
Goulburn Cooling down on the Mountains, Minus four to th nus four to thirteen
Mountains, Minus four to thirteen at Bombala, Freezing the expected a expected top a Bombala, Freezing the expected top at Thredbo tomorrow, Snow and two deg now and two degrees for Perisher Cooma, a late sh isher Cooma, a late shower and thirteen degrees. rteen degrees. And shower and thirteen degrees. And for Canberra tomorrow, A partly cloudy d A partly cloudy day with early frost patches. sho with early frost patches. A showe day with early frost patches. A shower or two developing in th o developing in the
shower or two developing in the late afternoon or evening. Heading for a top of fourteen degrees after Sh
Showers
freezing overnight. Looking ahead, Showers easing for the eleve easing for the weekend, eleve Showers easing for the weekend, eleven degrees on Saturday, twelve on Sunday, Monday should reach Sunday, Monday should reach a on Sunday, Monday should reach a top of fourteen degrees Now for a closer ees Now for a closer look at the conditions on the mountains, here' s Alice tains, here' s Alice Joyce snow
mountains, here' s Alice Joyce with snow report. Now with this week' s Snow Report, here' s Alice Joyce. Yet another beautiful day here in Perisher as we reach the half way mark of the 2013 season.. so take l mark of the 2013 season.. so take a look as I wrap up conditions the conditions over the look as I wrap up conditions over Con
the past week here in the resort. Continuous cold overnight temps has meant that the snowmakers have been o have been to
topping
out in force most nights this week topping up the cover with a dry , chalky layer of man-made snow
chalky layer of man-made snow across C
Perisher Valley, Smiggins and Blue Cow. Our Natural snow depth measur l snow depth as measur Cow. Our Natural snow depth as measured at Spencers Creek is sitting at 63cm, so the best carving g
was down the open trails where the groomers packed down the snow and delivered over 40 slices of corduroy for skiers and snowboarders to enjoy snowboarders to favourite
enjoy. Now to ensure you got to your favourite spot across the avourite spot across the resort favourite spot across the resort 34 lifts have been turning- a good

lifts have been turning- a good mix of chairs, carpets and t bars so all levels of riders sorted. It has been yet another big week in the Terr yet another big week in the Terrain Parks with Slopestyle on Fron Parks with Slopestyle on impr
impressive
Front Valley still sporting that impressive 60ft jump at the of sive 60ft jump at the bottom of impressive 60ft jump at the bottom of the course and it has been attracting some nice talent too including Olympic hopeful Russ f
Henshaw getting some preparation in for Sochi next year. In Perisher im A In Perisher im Alice Joyce for WIN NEWS

Thur
And that' s WIN News for this Thursday 1st August. Join us again to ain tomorrow for the best hour of news in the country. I' m Geoff

in the country. I' m Geoff Phillips, thanks for your company, good night. ny, good night.