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The stock market hit a three-month high today with strong performance in every sector. The All Ordinaries up 47.5 points. The afplg petrol price in Sydney is $1.55.5. The price cycle is on the way up and should peak in the next few days. Here is Amber.It was a beautiful day in Sydney. Blue skies and sunshine and light to moderate westerly winds. It reached a top of 23 in the city, five above average. 22 in Penrith and

23 in the city, five above average.
22 in Penrith and Kellyville. Tomorrow a cold front will pass over the south-east generating gusty winds, showers and the odd storm in South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania. While a high will keep elsewhere mostly dry. So a possible shower for Brisbane, and 26. Sunny in Canberra, 16. Windy and showers in Melbourne, 15. A shower or two for Adelaide and cloudy in Perth, 19. It will be partly cloudy across most of New South Wales tomorrow with warmer than average temperatures. A top of 22 on the way for Wollongong and Newcastle. 24 for Coffs Harbour. Showers for Albury, Wagga Wagga and Griffith. We can also expect a warm and partly cloudy day. The westerly wind also pick up a little during the afternoon. But it will be even warmer than today in some suburbs with 23 in Penrith and Campbelltown. Ahead:

Saturday could be a repeat of the wild conditions we saw yesterday with rain and a possible storm.

A lovely few days on the way in our west. Sunny on Thursday, 20. A cool start Friday, dropping to 3 before warming up to 22. Saturday, wet and windy with the chance of a storm. The sun will reappear Sunday, 22. Next week it will cool down with top temperatures falling down into the late teens.

top temperatures falling down into
the late teens.

top temperatures falling down into
the late teens.Tracy is next with ACA. That is Nine News for this Tuesday. I'm Peter Overton. I hope you have a

Kerryn Johnston, Tonight on WIN news, Johnston, Tonight on WIN Sex
news, Private hearings into Child Sex Abuse at Institutions begin in Eq
Equality
Canberra Canberrans rally Marriage Equality And Another Raider lity And Another Raider added
Equality And Another Raider added to the injury list Good evening, I' m K Good evening, I' m Kerryn Johnston, The ACT Opposition ac
accuse
has used a no confidence motion to accuse the ACT Government of breaking the law. Brendan Smyth Smyth breaking the law. Brendan Smyth made the allegation as he stepped egation as he stepped up
attack
the allegation as he stepped up the attack on Labor' s budget. A controversial claim made under the protection of parliamentary privilege parliamentary privilege. I suspect most mem h uspect most members h here
privilege. I suspect most members here would have very serious concerns ry serious concerns about being asked to pass a bull that does not comply with l ot comply with the l bull that does not comply with the law and that is what this is is what this minister is law and that is what this minister is asking us today. Brendan t s today. Brendan Smyth t today
is asking us today. Brendan Smyth today moved a no confidence motion failu
in the Treasurer - Due to his failure to disclose key elements of Andr
the ACT budget. +w Mr Smyth says detai
Andrew Barr' s budget omits key househ
household
details including modelling on household rates, light rails an , light rails costs an household rates, light rails costs and the impact of the ICRC' s decisio C' s decision to change water prices. c water prices. He c claims
decision to change water prices. He claims this breaches the s hes the Territory' s claims this breaches the Territory' mo
motion
s Financial Management Act. This motion is because of the sheer do
doing
negligence of the Treasurer in not doing his job. What a sad, That
pathetic little effort that was. That would be the most absurd no confidence motion every brought, S
ever brought to this Assembly Madam house
household
Speaker. The Treasurer denies claim
household rates will triple and claims provisions have been made
Capit
claims provisions have been made for Capital Metro. He says the of Metro. He says the impact of Capital Metro. He says the impact k
known
of the water price decision will be to
known in coming weeks, but is likely to be miniscule in the scheme of the budget. To suggest the budget needs to be completely rewritten e completely rewritten
needs to be completely rewritten and stunt.
updated is simply overkill, a stunt. After the no confidence motion the Chief Minister tabled a re ef Minister tabled a an
report calling for more discussion and clarity around end of life care. pushi
Katy Gallagher says she' s not pushing the case for voluntary euthanasia, but wants Canberrans to be aware of all their options. Th aware of all their options. Th The
be aware of all their options. euthanasia
The debate always jumps to euthanasia and people say yes or
What
euthanasia and people say yes or no. focused
What it means is we haven' t really focused on actually what happens now and what would you like to happen you like to happen.

thos
those
A victims support group fears those who suffered sexual abuse as
child
those who suffered sexual abuse as a child will go unheard - because they don' t directly fit under um t directly fit under the um umbrel
they don' t directly fit under the The
umbrella of the Royal Commission. The hearings into Child Sex hearings into Child Sex Abuse The hearings into Child Sex Abuse at Canbe
Canberra
Institutions are being held in Canberra this week. More than 100 C this week. More than 100 Canberra men claim they were a men claim they were abused a Canberra men claim they were abused at two ACT colleges between the 1970s and 1990s. It' s unknown h and 1990s. It' s unknown just h how
1970s and 1990s. It' s unknown just how many will come forward and
how many will come forward and speak y
to the Royal Commission. I think reporting
you' ll see a massive under community
reporting from the Canberra community we here are working very hard with the victims it' s diffith the victims it' s very diff difficult
hard with the victims it' s very forward
difficult to get them to come Th
forward for a number of reasons. The Royal Commission is pre Royal Commission is holding priva private
The Royal Commission is holding private hearings in Canberra this week...wanting to hear from afek...wanting to hear from people af affected
week...wanting to hear from people affected by child sexual abuse in
affected by child sexual abuse in an institution. The support group the
fears many victims will slip through worked
the cracks. Victims of people who worked in the institutions ho t institutions however t worked in the institutions however the abuse may have occurred at a ave occurred at home a the abuse may have occurred at home and it may have been of people who were supervised by these members of t supervised by these members of the inst however it didn' t he inst however it didn' t occur the inst however it didn' t occur in unde
the instit so it doesn' t occur
under the Royal Commission umbrella. The Commission CEO says many victims have reported wanting to help make institutions safer for chlp make institutions safer for children in the future. afildren in the future. People affect affected
children in the future. People affected are encouraged to register t d are encouraged to register to tell their story.


About one hundred people gathered in Civic today to show their support for the Prime Minister' s T
Though
plan to legalise same sex marriage. bipartisan
Though organisers say only in
bipartisan support will see a change in the law. Advocates of same sex deligh
marriage couldn' t hide their delight at Prime Minister Kevin Rudd' s commitment to bring legislati t to bring legislation before federal parliament e federal Thei
parliament if he' s re- elected. Their cheers and enthusiasm on display at a lunchtime rally in Civic Square. Deputy Chief Minister r
Andrew Barr told the crowd the move campaigne
campaigners
reflects a long journey for campaigners on the issue. Some of us were concerned we might never hear a prime minister make that annou make that announcement and that ent and that commitment.
m
announcement and that commitment. I' decide
m pleased that Kevin Rudd has decided to make this a major part of his platform for re-election. +w Mr Barr says the territory will wair says the territory will now wai Barr says the territory will now wait until after the bill goes through federal parliament before proceeding with the territory' roceeding with the territory' s
proceeding with the territory' s own Tha
proposed same-sex marriage laws. That is if Labor wins the election. Supporters of gay marriage say w ers of gay marriage say it w will
Supporters of gay marriage say it will take the backing of both p backing of both major p parties
will take the backing of both major parties for changes to become law federally. It is time that Coalition MPs were given a conscience ere given a conscience vote on the issue and
conscience vote on the issue and it' s quite clear a large number of t quite clear a large number of them would support marriage marriage them would support marriage equality Advocate
Advocates
if given the opportunity. Advocates today say the move to legalise same-sex marriage j rriage provides j justice
legalise same-sex marriage provides justice for all the community. So many gay and lesbian people th d lesbian people around th many gay and lesbian people around the country are absolutely t y are absolutely thrilled t
the country are absolutely thrilled to see this kind of leadership coming ership coming from it. And it' s not foming from it. And it' s not just fo for
coming from it. And it' s not just w
who
for gay people. It' s for everybody who cares about the principle equares about the principle of equa equality
who cares about the principle of equality and wants everyone to have t y and wants everyone to have equalit
the same rights with marriage equality. At least one more rally planne
in support for gay marriage is planned for Canberra in the next
weeks.
planned for Canberra in the next few Plans are being put in place tr ns are being put in place to tr Plans are being put in place to fatalitie
try to reduce the number of Braidwood
fatalities on the Kings Highway near Braidwood. There have been fatadwood. There have been five fata fatalities
Braidwood. There have been five fatalities in seventeen crashes

fatalities in seventeen crashes over the past five years. Under a s
su
government plan to review the road, submissions have been collected, haza
hazards.
with ideas on how to best manage hazards. They' re now available for repo
report
the public to view. Ideas in the m
manage
report include looking at long term a
along
management and maintenance of trees Th
along the sections of the Highway. The ACT government now has great po ernment now has greater po power
The ACT government now has greater power to deal with dodgy builders, to
today.
after the Assembly passed new laws As
today. However the Master Builders Association says the legislation doesn' t go far enough, saying
wasn'
doesn' t go far enough, saying there ind
industry.
wasn' t enough consultation with c
consumers
industry. New laws aim to protect Rixon
consumers from builders like Matthew wa
Rixon who took cash for work that p
poor
was never completed or done so to a poor standard. Combined it' s about greater range of powers to quality
protect the public, improve building quality and keep shoddy builders and shoddy tradespeople out of the ACT industry. But the Master cr
create
Builders Association says the laws create more impost for an al post for an industry al already
create more impost for an industry already strangled with red tape. Weready strangled with red tape. mayb
maybe
We would have some concerns that around
maybe a little bit more rigour around the disc over this new leg o
may have gotten to the core of some of these issues, we feel we might need to be revisiting some of at revisiting some of this at need to be revisiting some of this at a later date. The Minister
the
at a later date. The Minister says Registr
the Construction Occupations Registrar is now able to refuse a licence based on interstate rstate and
licence based on interstate history, and request a skills assessment from licensees. These new wilm licensees. These new laws will from licensees. These new laws will help the authorities crack down on dodgy builders. The MBA says it uilders. The MBA says corpora
it' s still too easy to get a trai
corporate licence. And number of qualif
qualificat
training providers are issuing scrutin
qualifications without proper begu
scrutiny. Meanwhile WorkSafe has begun a three week safety blitz on residential construction sites. co al construction sites. It co comes
residential construction sites. It comes on the back of data that
the
comes on the back of data that shows the ACT recorded 30.5 serious worke
injury accidents for every 1000 na
national
workers in 2011-12 - compared to a national average of 18.7 Our true mational average of 18.7 Our true measure will be post the Homeure will be post the Getting Home measure will be post the Getting Home Safely report what we see t ely report what we see this t time
Home Safely report what we see this month
time in 12 months and partic 12 months after that when this level
months after that when this level of conscience that' s there around safety starts to take some effect.

closer
Next on WIN News, We take a closer look at the race for the ACT s ok at the race for the ACT senate And, ... More than seven dis
disaster
decades on, Canberra' s worst air disaster remembered. This program is not captioned. With the China mining boom ending and competition around the globe
increasing, we need new ways to make our
manufacturing industries strong. We need business, governments,
unions working together to support Australian industries and make sure they get
a fair share of the work. We must diversify, not put
all of our eggs in one basket. I need your support
to make sure Australia stays a country that makes things,
both now and in the future.

Election, With less than a month to g a month to candid
go until the Federal Election, candidates in and around are in and around Canberra are candidates in and around Canberra are well and truly in ell and truly in campaign
are well and truly in campaign mode. stories
Tonight we begin a series of battle
stories profiling the election battles across the region. First, WIN' s Luke Dufficy takes a look t ficy takes a look at t WIN' s Luke Dufficy takes a look at the race for the ACT Senate lae race for the ACT Senate which, la last
the race for the ACT Senate which, clos
closest
last time around, was one of the closest in the country. Since the ACT first elected senators in 1975, t first elected senators in 1975, sh
shared
the Labor and Liberal Parties have shared the spoils. The ALP' s Lu spoils. The ALP' s Kate Lu Lundy
shared the spoils. The ALP' s Kate Lundy has held one of the two spots considered
for seventeen years and is considered a certainty for re- election. Anyone' s a fool if

election. Anyone' s a fool if they take any seat for granted in ed in pol
take any seat for granted in modern politics. Lundy is the fo ics. Lundy is the Minister fo for
politics. Lundy is the Minister th
the
for Multicultural Affairs, but had the Sports portfolio stripped from job.
her when Kevin Rudd regained the top job. Her campaign based around C ign based around the C job. Her campaign based around the Coalition' s public sector oalition' s public sector job
Coalition' s public sector job cuts. They say 12 000, we know 20 000 an 2 000, we know 20 000 and because of their previous we eir previous form we and because of their previous form we can' t trust anything they say about the public service. Zed Seselja is heading the Liberal ticket, after toppling incumbent Gary Humphries in a bitter pre-selection. I think the nk the Party
pre-selection. I think the Liberal Party supporters know we have a pr
processe
democratic party, that we have our processes and then it' s about Li ses and then it' s about the Li Liberal
processes and then it' s about the Oppos
Opposition
Liberal cause. The former ACT Opposition Leader admits he' d t ion Leader admits he' d like t Opposition Leader admits he' d like service
to change his party' s public
if
service savings policy - Obviously And
if I was designing it I would. And says he' d fight for a better
deal in a traditionally Labor town. I think they are complacent, they Chall
do take Canberra for granted. Challenging Seselja for the second spot is the Green' s Simon Sheikh - As
former head of lobby group Get Up. As a campaigner for the I' paigner for the community I' As a campaigner for the community G
Government
I' ve had experience standing up to denies
Governments and businesses. Sheikh denies claims he' s a celebrity candidate with little local links
candidate with little local links to the ACT. If we' re going to stop T If we' re going to stop to
Tony Abbott' s job cuts what we need nationa
to do is put Canberra on the national stage and that' s why exp stage and that' s why my exp experience
national stage and that' s why my experience is going to be rience is going to be experience is going to be important. The Liberal Party may suffer bran
slightly because of the internal branch stacking. I don' t i . I don' t think i branch stacking. I don' t think it' s going to have any affect on the outcome though.

pedes
pedestrians
Safety is being improved for pedestrians on Yamba Drive, near
pedestrians on Yamba Drive, near the Canberra Hospital. The Ganberra Hospital. The Territory Gov Canberra Hospital. The Territory Government has announced a one - point - two million dollar h two million dollar contract h has
point - two million dollar contract has been awarded to build a shared Ho
path along Yamba Drive between the intersection.
Hospital and Yarra Glen intersection. It comes after a woman when
was killed and another injured, when they were hit by a car yean they were hit by a car last year when they were hit by a car last
year. Work on the two kilometre path is set to begin in September and There
should be complete by December. There' ll be some changes on road' ll be some changes on the road There' ll be some changes on the roads around Telopea Park next week. Roads ACT says motorists won' t be a T says motorists won' t be Con
Concerns
able to park on the western side. Concerns about road safety and congestion from the public,
congestion from the public, prompted improve
an investigation into how to improve the area. A two-hour time restriction will also be i ll also be introduced i restriction will also be introduced in the adjacent off-street car ar in the adjacent off-street car parks accessed from Telopea Park fromed from Telopea Park west from accessed from Telopea Park west from Monday. . Relatives of ten w from Monday. . Relatives of ten men who died in the Canberra air disaster of 1940 have gathered on Th
the 73rd anniversary of the crash. The tragedy had huge political implications for the prime minister a prime minister On
at the time, Sir Robert Menzies. On the 13th of August 1940, an RAAF Lockeed Hudson crashed on approach to Canberra. On board were ten minist
ministers.
people including three Cabinet in
inferno.
ministers. None survived the fiery David
inferno. As a ten year old boy, David Nott arrived at the crash
David Nott arrived at the crash site with his father just twenty- five minutes after the disaster. And I liq
was really stopped by the view of liquid aluminium running down the hill, a little river of boiling aluminium and at that stage this was as far as I could get. I felt very unhappy. I felt sick and turned around and went back and sat in c back and sat in the c around and went back and sat in the pers
car. Today, relatives of every gathered
person who died in the crash Andrew
gathered to commemorate them. Author Andrew Tink says the crash was a majew Tink says the crash was a major turning point in Australian history. John Curtin would never cras
have been Prime Minister if this Robe
crash hadn' t have happened. Sir Robert Menzies would have been re-elected with a working inlected with a working majority in re-elected with a working majority re-ele
re-elected
in 1940 and he would have been
of
re-elected again in 1943 on the back of Pearl Harbour. Heather Henderso . Heather Robert
Henderson, the daughter of Sir als
Robert Menzies, says the accident also had an enormous personal
also had an enormous personal impact on her father. They were all people he was particularly fond of. But they were also among his most com y were also among his most compe
competent,
competent ministers and to lose competent, congenial ministers like that it was hard to imagine how awft it was hard to imagine how today'
awful it must have been. For many, i
impo
today' s commemoration provided an important link between the o nt link between the families o important link between the families
meaning
of those who died. There' s a real meaning behind us all getting together and I think it' s er and I think it' s and
together and I think it' s important and I appreciate being here.

The Peace Run has returned to Canberra, after completing a fanberra, after completing a kilom
kilometre
fifteen- thousand-eight-hundred kilometre lap of the country. r of the country. Today r runners
kilometre lap of the country. Today runners brought the peace torch to Saint Peter and Paul Primary School Peace
in Garran. The message of the Peace Run, the motto is peace n, the motto is peace
Peace Run, the motto is peace begins crucia
with me, each one of us has a crucial role to play first pe al role to play first finding pe peace
crucial role to play first finding peace within ourselves and then peace in the world around us. t e in the world around us. The t twenty
peace in the world around us. The twenty thirteen Australian Peace
twenty thirteen Australian Peace Run twent
set off from Canberra on April twenty six and has spent one hundred and twelve days on the road. It on
will wind up with a closing ceremony T
Thursday.
on the ACT Legislative Assembly on Thursday. Amy with sport is next partne
partnership
and ACT Touch welcome' s a new partnership with the NRL? Yes Kerryn, the move will see the two sports come together under the one banner, and the Raiders team up
banner, and the Raiders team up with the Department of Veterans f f Veterans Affairs f the Department of Veterans Affairs for Close the Gap round. This program is not captioned. (APPLAUSE) VOICEOVER: The Oreo Cookie
McFlurry is back. And with delicious pieces
of crunchy biscuit blended into a creamy soft serve, it's as tasty as you remember.

This program is not captioned. C
Campese
skipper Terry Raiders skipper Terry Campese has been named for his
s
Campese has been named for his side' s clash with the Bulldogs this th
weekend. Its not all good news for lates
the side, with Shaun Fensom the the
latest casualty. More bad news for the Raiders. Shaun Fensom out for fo aiders. Shaun Fensom out for su
surgery
four to six weeks after undergoing ligamen
ligaments
surgery this afternoon to fix ligaments in his thumb. It' s been

tough
ligaments in his thumb. It' s been a tough week for the Green Machine on the injury front. Skipper Terry Campese has been named in the side i
for the Bulldogs clash but is still Antho
in doubt. The players confident Anthony Milford can fill in at e can fill in at five e eighth
Anthony Milford can fill in at five freak
eighth if required. Tone' s a freak talent as everyone' s seen this year and I think he' s up to the task if he has to go in that position. There was a positive confide
today, with Tom Learoyd-Lahrs confident his return from injury is fe
feel
just around the corner. Myself I feel pretty confident you know the injury' s I think you know is probabl know is probably about as strong as it' s going to get. His experience
prove
going to get. His experience could prove vital over the next few weeks, next few weeks, with the Raiders now ninth on the ladder. We can' t rely on y on the ladder. We can' t rely on our gam
game
for and against so you know each game will be taken like it' s lame will be taken like it' s our las last.
game will be taken like it' s our last. +w There' ll be extra inst. +w There' ll be extra incentive for the Raiders to

incentive for the Raiders to perform at home this weekend, with the c this weekend, with the NRL c celebrati
at home this weekend, with the NRL I
Indigenous
celebrating its connection with the Indigenous community through Close the Gap Round.The club has Round.The club has teamed
with
the Gap Round.The club has teamed up Af
Affairs
with the Department of Veteran' s Affairs to help identify S s to help identify Indigenous S Service
Affairs to help identify Indigenous Service men and women who have cl and women who have not cl claimed
Service men and women who have not claimed their entitlements. i indigenous
claimed their entitlements. Raiders indigenous stars today took a of stars today took a tour of indigenous stars today took a tour Techno
Technology
of the Australian War Memorial Technology centre as part of part y centre as part of the part partnership.
Technology centre as part of the partnership. Thompson presented
partnership. Thompson presented with a copy of his Great Grandfather' s Service Record as part of the visit.

Austral
Australia
The NRL and Touch Football Australia have announced a new partnership. The move will see the two sports come together under one banner, to form the largest
banner, to form the largest sporting community in the country. The announcement has been welcomed by Canberra Raiders CEO Don Furner, who says it' s long overdue. It' s beeit' s long overdue. It' s n
been there for a long time but just not formalised so fantastic and congratulations to the NRL for T
finally getting it over the line. The new partnership will see Touc artnership will see ACT Touc The new partnership will see ACT Touch Football and the Raiders work welcom
together. A move that has been
welcomed by both parties. You know it' s going to create some opp o create some great opp opportu
it' s going to create some great opportunities for our players and fu
funding.
also opportunities for grant money funding. Canberra' s Lauren Boden en Boden is through to the semi finals of the four hundred metre hurdles at the IAAF World Championships in Moscow. Boden clocked a time of fifty five thirty seven to finish fou thirty seven to finish fourth in heat three and is confident and is sem
semis.
confident of going quicker in the als
semis. AIS athlete Tristan Thomas also impressed in the men' s hun essed in the men' s four hun hundred
also impressed in the men' s four hundred metre hurdles to progress through to the next round. The pair tom
tomorro
will compete in the semi' s early ca
carry
tomorrow. The Queanbeyan Roos will carry valuable momentum into the Raid he Raiders Cup semi finals after a o finals after a win o over
Raiders Cup semi finals after a win over the Rams. The Rams applied defen
plenty of pressure but the Roos defence held strong in the matc eld strong in the final matc defence held strong in the final match of the regular season.
Looking to finish the regular season on a high, the Queanbeyan Roos went on the attack early against the Rams. Cheering. +w With the

Rams. Cheering. +w With the finals out of reach, Woden Valley was playing for pride, but even that chanc
couldn' t help the Rams convert u
chances into points. The Roos aimed up in defence. Before tensions began wr
wrap
to rise. Queanbeyan holding on to wrap up a sixteen six win. Other games saw the Blues down the Blues down and
games saw the Blues down Tuggeranong agains
and Belconnen just sneak home against Goulburn. Switching codes and Gungahlin was fighting to itGungahlin was fighting to keep it and Gungahlin was fighting to keep its season alive when it played
to
its season alive when it played host to Wests in Nicholls. Getting past the Wests defence the biggest challen e the biggest So
challenge early. Crowd groans. Some solid hits kept Gungahlin on the back foot. As Wests took l
lead.
control. Racing away to comfortable lead. Cheering. +w Gungahlin had its moments but couldn' t match Finis
Wests intensity. Cheering. +w Finishing off the season with fonishing off the season with a forty Finishing off the season with a forty six nineteen loss. Royals got Q
Queanbeyan
the job done over Uni Norths, while Queanbeyan handed Tuggeranong just its second loss of the season.

Canberra Olympic has held on to second place in the National
League
second place in the National Premier League with a tight win over c
chances
Tuggeranong United. Olympic had its chances in front of goal, but plac
couldn' t convert. As the eighth placed Tuggeranong applied the pressure. Olympic finally finding the match winner as the clock do as the clock wore do the match winner as the clock wore a
down. In other results, Canberra FC Canb
Canberra
and Monaro came away as winners. the
Canberra City shared the points with Kerr
Kerryn
the AIS. That' s it for sport - af
after
Kerryn Thanks Amy - stay with us -
latest
after the break, we' ll have all the latest weather details. This program is not captioned. latest weather details. The sun

able
latest weather details. The sun was able to poke through the clouds today, The mercury reached a top of fourteen degrees in the aftereen degrees in the Capital after fourteen degrees in the Capital after four this morning. Right now it' s mostly clear and eight degrees. ght degrees. Mostly fine on the Tablelands, thirteen degrees the blelands, thirteen degrees the Tablelands, thirteen degrees the top on
for Goulburn, Yass and Braidwood, one more in Queanbeyan. To the Coast, Nowra and Ulladulla both topst, Nowra and Ulladulla both topped nineteen degrees, Twenty for one.Some
the Bay, Bega reached twenty one.Some snow on the Mountains, thirteen degrees for Cooma and Bombala, Perisher not getting ombala, Perisher not getting out
Bombala, Perisher not getting out of the negatives, While it climbed to four degrees at Thredbo, where g degrees at Thredbo, where wind g gusts
four degrees at Thredbo, where wind gusts reached ninety one kilometres an hour.To the satellite, Patchy cloud over the southern ranges in moi he southern ranges in produci
producing
moist northwesterlies is only producing a few showers. While on else
elsewhere
the chart, It' s generally clear elsewhere under a ridge of high press h pressure. To the forecast, Windy on the Coast tomorrow,Late showers for tw
twenty
Bega, a top of twenty two degrees,
Nowra,
twenty two also for Moruya Heads and Nowra, Fine and twenty one for the Bay and Ulladulla. Partly cloudy before some late showers on the expec
expected
Tablelands, sixteen degrees the expected top in all centres, f cted top in all centres, Except f for
expected top in all centres, Except for Yass where it should be one fifteen
more. Wet and windy on the Snowies, fifteen degrees for both egrees for both Bombala
Cooma,
fifteen degrees for both Bombala and Thredbo
Cooma, minus three to two in Perishe
Thredbo, minus two to five in Perisher. In the Capital, A sunny morning before late afternoon showers and a top of sixteen degrees. The sun should set just after five - thirty. Looking at the eer five - thirty. Looking at the extended forecast, Fine to end wo ast, Fine to end the wo working
extended forecast, Fine to end the working week with tops in the mid-teens, Though rain will roll in from Saturday, Monday a chilly top of onday a chilly top of ten degrees. And that is WIN
of ten degrees. And that is WIN News tom
tomorrow
for Tuesday night. Join us again tomorrow for the best hour of in w for the best hour of news in tomorrow for the best hour of news in the country. I' m Kerryn Johnston. m Kerryn
Good
Johnston...thanks for your company - Good night.

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