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The stock market closed a little lower today:

Here's Amber.We enjoyed another sunny day in Sydney, with fresh and gusty south-westerlies, that made it feel much cooler than we've seen over the past few days. It still reached a top of 19 degrees in the city. That's one above average.

Tomorrow - a cold front will cross South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania, bringing strong winds, showers and a few storms. A trough may cause a few showers and storms over inland NSW and Queensland.

We can expect some early patchy fog, followed by a sunny day. It will still be a little windy, with light to moderate north-easterly winds, peaking in the middle of the day.

Tonight will be the coldest we've seen for a while, dropping to just two degrees in much of our west.

Beautiful weather, Pete. It certainly doesn't feel like winter out here tonight.We appreciate the weather forecast.

out here tonight.We appreciate the
weather forecast. Thank you very much. Tracy is next with 'ACA'. I hope you can join me nor Nine's 'National News' at 7:00 on GEM's HD. I'm Peter Overton. From us all, goodnight. Supertext captions by Red Bee Media - www.redbeemedia.com.au.
tied
m Kerryn Johnston, Tonight ... Staff tied up by a masked gunman during masked gunman during tied up by a masked gunman during a chang
changes
robbery Students rally against changes to tutorials And, Canberra' s newest bedroom - in the heart of J
the city. Good evening, I' m Kerryn Johnston, Staff were tied up and
held at gun-point during an horrific armed robbery at a Yarralumla Cafe this morning. The offender remains terrifying
on the run. This is the scene of a terrifying crime. Shortly after 6.30 this morning, a man armed with Bees
Beess
a gun confronted three staff the Beess and Co Cafe. They and nd Co Cafe. They arrived and Beess and Co Cafe. They arrived and someone just came in with a gun held them at gun point, tied them up lef
left.
and took whatever they could and left. I was told bleach was thrown around, which is pretty serious it' s pretty dangerous and got away with whatever was in the bag. He left through the back
bag. He left through the back door and was last seen heading No seen heading towards No Novar
and was last seen heading towards to
Novar Street. The business was due to change hands today. The ow ge hands today. The current ow owner
to change hands today. The current owner was one of the victims. ictims. what
owner was one of the victims. From what I know she' s just shaking
what I know she' s just shaking and in quite a state. Forensics office sics officers were on scene this cene this officers were on scene this morning. Police are scouring other businice are scouring other businesses in the local area for surv in the local area for survellience footage to perhaps give there
us a lead, but we would ask if there were any persons walking or running around Yarralumla this mornin is morning that they contact Crimestoppet they contact Crimestoppe morning that they contact Crimestoppers. The sho s. The Yarralumla sho Crimestoppers. The Yarralumla shops have been a target for crime before. The IGA was ram raided, the time
salon next door broken into nine times within six months. The c nths. The latest c crime,
times within six months. The latest crime, by far the most serious, has alert.
owners and their staff on high alert. We' ll have a little staff meeting about walking our thes
staff to their cars, up and down these streets beautiful big trees, there' s no light so there is a
safety
there' s no light so there is a real safety issue. The offender is described as Caucasian, slim build, h
his
around 183 centimetres, and aged in his 30s. He was wearing dark clothing, light coloured sneakers and a balaclava.

informat
information
Police have released more information about a shooting at a O
Officers
Gungahlin tattoo parlour last week. Officers are now looking for a c oking for a dark c coloured
Officers are now looking for a dark coloured utility which was seen on An h was seen on Anthony Rolfe Avenue at about o Anthony Rolfe Avenue at about 10.35 on Monday night last week. The tattoo parlour had four bullets sprayed at its front window -
sprayed at its front window - police in
involved
say the vehicle is believed to be involved in the shooting. Given difficu
the time of night it was very the
difficult to get a description of the offenders. However we do have people who did see the vehicle tim
outside the tattoo studio at that time of night. And we' re seeking further public assistance to identify ance to identify who the vehicle belongs
identify who the vehicle belongs to. Anyone with information is t with information is asked t Anyone with information is asked 333
to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. Hundreds of Canberra

333 000. Hundreds of Canberra jobs will be lost, after the o after the Department o will be lost, after the Department of Health became the latest Commonwea test Commonwealth agency to reveal it' s alth agency to reveal it' s s Commonwealth agency to reveal it' s shedding staff. The announcement has stirred up more tension between the Septe
September
political parties ahead of the September Federal Election. A letter from the boss which is becoming more and more familiar to Ca re familiar to Canberra' s public servants. In an email to her five thousand two Heal
hundred employees, Department of Health and Ageing secretary Jane Halton announced four hundred jobs will be lost in the next twelve months. Ever-shrinking Government funding to blame. I' m on the recor n the record of not being happy about the increase in the efficiency divi a efficiency dividend a increase in the efficiency dividend and I' ve made my views plain to
Deputy
and I' ve made my views plain to the Deputy Prime Minister. The Department says most of those jobs will come from the Capital but claims there' ll be no forced majo
majority
redundancies. It' s expected the majority will come from the ljority will come from the manager l level.
majority will come from the manager level. What we are seeing is wholes What we are seeing is wholesale job losses. We saw 3000 the last financial year and we' re Defence,
now seeing thousands, 800 in Defence, 1200 in Human Services another 400 here. +w The letter
staff
another 400 here. +w The letter to staff also hinted at more pain in thf also hinted at more pain in the future. Even though it didn' di ure. Even though it didn' t di directly
the future. Even though it didn' t directly refer to more job iirectly refer to more job losses, it directly refer to more job losses, po
position
it did say the Department needs to efficiencies
position itself for more financial
efficiencies in the 2014-15 financial year. Labor' s b l year. Labor' s always b been
financial year. Labor' s always
not
been about targeting inefficiencies, Coali
Coalition,
not job cuts as opposed to the Ca
Canberra
Coalition, Tony Abbott' s plan for Canberra which is to get rid of at has
least 20 000 Public Service jobs. He has complete contempt for t for has complete contempt for Canberra. What we have is real 1 What we have is real betrayal. 1 10
What we have is real betrayal. either
10 000 plus job cuts now under Labor either already ocurred or will occur or will get
occur in the coming years if they promi
promised
get back. That' s not what they promised at the last election.

An attempted murder charge beAn attempted murder charge has bee been
An attempted murder charge has been dropped against a woman who Th
allegedly shot her former partner. The prosecution' s case fell afe prosecution' s case fell over aft after
The prosecution' s case fell over after the alleged victim left the country. Louise Bai was thretry. Louise Bai was facing thre country. Louise Bai was facing incide
three charges in relation to a incident at McKellar earlier yea at McKellar earlier this yea incident at McKellar earlier this
she'
year. At previous court appearances, she' s pleaded not guilty to fi
firearm.
attempted murder and discharging a firearm. Police alleged she shot her former partner, a thirty nine o ner, a thirty nine year o former partner, a thirty nine year old Chinese man, in the shoulder with a 22 calibre rifle, at dropp
McKellar. Today the prosecution dropped the charges... Having un charges... Having been un unable
dropped the charges... Having been unable to contact the victim since February. Outside court Bai told
February. Outside court Bai told WIN wh
whole
News it was a relief. I wish this whole thing to be put behind me so le thing to be put behind me so can
whole thing to be put behind me so I good
can get on with my life. I' m a good citizen, I never made citizen, I never made good citizen, I never made mistakes. unauth
unauthorised
Bai still faces one charge of unauthorised use of a firearm. la d use of a firearm. Her la lawyer
unauthorised use of a firearm. Her lawyer has indicated she will plead guilty to the lesser charge of posses rge of possession. She' ll return to cour o return to court o possession. She' ll return to court
on September 26. A man who allegedly appe
appeared
assaulted a police officer also Robert
appeared in court today. 31 year old fre
fresh
Robert Lachlan Wickey faced four trespassing
fresh charges relating to trespassing and theft at the appassing and theft at the Oxley ap trespassing and theft at the Oxley barker
barker...wIN
apartments in Griffith. Lauren barker...wIN News

Parkwa
Gridlock on the Tuggeranong Parkway this morning. A car caught onrkway this morning. A car caught northbo
northbound
on fire, causing chaos in the Dr
northbound lanes between Hindmarsh Drive nad Cotter Road near the arboretum. While that was being sto
stopped
cleared, a prang between two cars stopped traffic going south - rol traffic going south - one rol rolled,
stopped traffic going south - one rolled, forcing traffic on rcing traffic diversions on onto
rolled, forcing traffic diversions hundr
hundred
onto Cotter Road. More than one o
hundred students have occupied part Natio
National
of a building at the Australian National University. They' re opposed re opposed to plans to drop some tutoria p some
tutorials - a decision they say will be detrimental to their education. Our education is not for education is not for Our education is not for profit! Angry students march against a plan they say will compromise the qua e quality of teaching. They' re ouality of teaching. They' re opposed to plans by the College of Arts and Social Sciences to change
la
some tutorials into forums with much und
understand
larger student numbers What we understand is essentially a t tutorial
understand is essentially a massive tutorial with 35 to 40 people in it. It' s not a place where people who f s not a place where people who comfort
comfortable
feel underconfident will feel comfortable to ask questions havfortable to ask questions and have comfortable to ask questions and have their ideas developed.
it
have their ideas developed. What it will mean is it will be harder qualit
quality
to engage in quality dialogue, discussi
discussion.
quality learning and quality discussion. In the end that will lower the quality of what the studen
university can offer. +w The students say the ANU is one of the wealthiest universities in est universities in yet
wealthiest universities in Australia m
more
yet staff are being forced to give more for less pay. Our message is that students will not stand for yet another attack on the et another attack on the quality
our
yet another attack on the quality of an
our education and will fight back until
and will continue to fight back until our voices are heard, until the university administration respect dministration respects us and respects our staff. They took the issue directly to the college - occupying a floor
until their concerns were answered. There may be, depending on the funhere may be, depending on the funding that' s allocated to the sta
college, fewer sessional academic staff. And your protest here wi . And your protest here today wi will
staff. And your protest here today Vice-Chancel
Vice-Chancellor
will put pressure on the Vice-Chancellor to examine his priorities about how he funrities about how he allocates fun funds.
priorities about how he allocates t
today,
funds. In a statement issued late today, Vice-chancellor Ian sayay, Vice-chancellor Ian Young says today, Vice-chancellor Ian Young says the university is facing a
budget
says the university is facing a real budget challenge.Professor Young say lenge.Professor Young voi
says he' s keen to ensure student to
voices are heard and encourages them to send in submissions to a review of the changes which he announced continue
last week. The students say they' ll continue their campaign until pr heir campaign until the pr proposal
continue their campaign until the proposal is dropped.

Next on WIN News ... Is sleep
secret
Next on WIN News ... Is sleep the Th
The
secret to losing weight? And, ... The sacrifice of Canberrans is foe sacrifice of Canberrans is the fo focus
The sacrifice of Canberrans is the focus of a new exhibition This program is not captioned. (SUSPENSEFUL MUSIC PLAYS) (EXCITING MUSIC PLAYS) (COCO POPS RUSTLE) (ROMANTIC MUSIC PLAYS) VOICEOVER: Coco Pops and milk,
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This program is not captioned. focus of a new exhibition The electorate of Fraser has been held by of Fraser has been held by Labor since its inception in ninetr since its inception in nineteen seventy four. Tonight, in the latest of our series of Federal Election profiles, we take a close north
look at the seat in Canberra' s north and whether a rising sth and whether a rising Liberal st star
north and whether a rising Liberal star can make inroads into the ALP' s make inroads into the ALP'
Leigh
s strong support base. It' s Lee v incumbent
Leigh in Fraser - Labor' s Eliz
Elizabeth
incumbent Andrew Leigh taking on Elizabeth Lee of the Liberals. The ALP secured more than sixty four
ALP secured more than sixty four per cent of the two party preferred ret
retain
vote in 2010 - and is expected to retain the seat easily. My view aboain the seat easily. My view re-elec
re-elected
about politics is no one gets re-elected by taking their f ted by taking their electors f for
re-elected by taking their electors impossibl
impossible
for granted. Nothing is impossible in politics and I' m d n politics and I' m not d da
impossible in politics and I' m not Andr
Andrew
daunted by the big task ahead. fir
first
Andrew Leigh has impressed in his first term - rising to the ranks of Parliamentary Secretary under Juli G retary under Julia G Parliamentary Secretary under Julia Gillard, though he lost the title just three months later when Kevin Rudd returned. I think that a urned. I think that shows a Rudd returned. I think that shows a lack of respect for Canberra by the Labor Government and that' s address.
what I' m working to try and rumbl
address. Despite the internal s
rumblings, the former ANU economist says keeping Labor in power will save jobs in the Territory. Mr Can
Canberra
Abbott has referred to the 12 000 Canberra public servants he' d ri public servants he' d get ri Canberra public servants he' d get rid of as a starting point. So that means the very future of C he very future of Canberra'
means the very future of Canberra' s prosperity is at risk. His rival workin
has also lectured at the ANU - working out of the Law School. In terms of the public service job cuts, b again
cuts, we' ve said time and time again, set the numbers at 12 000 through natural attrition and m
made
voluntary redundancies. +w We' ve beginning
made it very clear from the beginning that what' s happening, there are no surprises. L urprises. Elizabeth L Lee
there are no surprises. Elizabeth Lee fell just short of securing a seat in the Legislative Assembly in al
already
last year' s ACT election, and may already have one eye on 2016. I
think she' ll poll very well but 14% is an almost unassailable An assailable margin. An Andrew
is an almost unassailable margin. l
local
Andrew Leigh is also a very popular set
local member. What it will do is set Elizabeth Lee up for the next
her
ACT election very well. It' ll raise her profile and she' ll do wel ile and she' ll do quite wel her profile and she' ll do quite well out of it.


A sleep expert says a good night' s slumber could be the key to losing he key to M
losing weight. The Australian Sleep link
Medicine researcher will discuss the We
link at two events in Canberra. We'
We just can' t seem to switch off. We' re on the social media, we' re o re on the social media, we' re sw
switch
on the computer our world doesn' t have
switch off, the tv goes all night we have access to movies, we can do To
Today
whatever we like 24 hours a day. Today we' re sleeping an average of And
two hours less than 50 years ago. R
And it' s impacting our waistlines. Research is mounting about the link between sleep and weight gain. a
When we don' t sleep enough we have hormones
an aboration of our appetite hormones so we get more of the hormone that makes us feel hungry us
and less of the hormone that makes
studies
us feel faciated or full. Clinical studies have shown these feelings can lead to people eating an 3an lead to people eating an extra 35 can lead to people eating an extra sati
satisfied.
350-500 calories per day to feel satisfied. What' s more - our metabol s more - our metabolic rate decreases...And we make poor eating choices. o eating choices. Because o make poor eating choices. Because horm
hormones
of the aboration of the appetite hormones we act direct from the emotional part of our brain and we ea rt of our brain and we eat it so we eat the wrong foods as w he wrong foods as working
well because our brain isn' t rested.
working as well as if we were peo
people
rested. Dr Harrington says many people trying to lose weight are unsuccessful because they don' t factor in sleep. I think we he leep. I think we need he health
factor in sleep. I think we need the
health campaigns, not just get of the couch, not just choose the health choose the healthy piece of food, but get ri ece of food, but get the ri healthy piece of food, but get the right amount of sleep as well. go leep as well. A go right amount of sleep as well. A
good night' s sleep is 7 to 9 hours. Well with the research mounting I guess there' s nothing left for t othing left for me t guess there' s nothing left for me to do than give it a go.

Well, while Lauren looked and hile Lauren looked nice and Well, while Lauren looked nice and warm in her bed, It might be di in her bed, It might be a di dif
and warm in her bed, It might be a different story for dozens of oth C r dozens of other C Canb
different story for dozens of other Canberrans who are sleeping in
Square
Canberrans who are sleeping in Civic the
Square to support homelessness. For the next four days and nights people will take shifts staying in this makeshift bedroom - as part of the Winter Bed Vigil. The head of wh
ACT Medicare Local was among those Rashmi
who joined in this afternoon - Rashmi Sharma is currently in negotia ly in negotiations with the Government to slee
improve healthcare for those who a
sleep rough. We' ll actually have a GP and other health providers going in periodically to the mog in periodically to the early mo going in periodically to the early where
morning centre in town and that' s where homeless people go to get
be
their breakfast but we' ll also then be able to provide health pr le to provide health checks, pr provide
be able to provide health checks, provide mental health checks for these people. Funds raised will go to the Common Ground Canberra project. Canberra may have be . Canberra may have never project. Canberra may have never been on the front line, but a new exh the front line, but a new exhibition is paying tribute to the contribution of the Capital' s sontribution of the Capital' s service men and women. The deavice men and women. The tragic dea death
service men and women. The tragic death of last year of Private
Poate
death of last year of Private Robert Poate has served as a grim s a grim Poate has served as a grim reminder Canberrans
of the sacrifices made by years.
Canberrans over the past one hundred years. On twenty ninth of m twenty ninth of this m years. On twenty ninth of this on
month, the Poate family will mourn one year since their son was k i their son was killed i one year since their son was killed in action. The story of on. The story of sacrifice
the
in action. The story of sacrifice by will
the former Canberra Grammar student will make up part of the new exhibit t of the new exhibition commemorating on commemorating Canberra' exhibition commemorating Canberra' s contribution Australia' s H ribution Australia' s Military H contribution Australia' s Military numb
number
History. His story is one of a number of stories that are told

immense
number of stories that are told with immense pride here at the Austnse pride here at the Australian War Memorial Dougal Stewart grew up in Canberra, wentart grew up in Canberra, and went Stewart grew up in Canberra, and Ti
went onto serve as soldier in East fiv
Timor and Afghanistan, He' s lost five friends in combat and is t in combat and is happy t five friends in combat and is happy to see stories like theirs being told. Seeing your mates name on the your mates name on the front page of the newspaper,
the front page of the newspaper, its and
definitely a confronting experience and you definitely spend a lot ti u definitely spend a lot of ti time
and you definitely spend a lot of time reflecting. The opening of a
the exhibition comes days after the anniversary of the Canberra Air Disaster, which cost the lives of cabin
the ten people, including three cabinet ministers. A small part of the doomed plane was souveneered from the wreckage by a reservist and is now on display. It' s an important reminder that is it rtant reminder that is it isn'
just
important reminder that is it isn' t just the men and women who are their
fighting on the front line that risk their lives. +y From internment camps at Fyshwick, to torpedoes in Jervis Bay and air-raid sirens at the Ainslie bus stop The ae Ainslie bus stop The exhibition a also
the Ainslie bus stop The exhibition also looks at the unique role the ACT has played during wartime. Being the nation' s capital it was felt that we were possibly a f that we were possibly a target f
for
felt that we were possibly a target moral
for the effect it would have on Frid
Friday
moral. The exhibition opens on Friday and is runs until November. LRWN "Lo
"Lodge
An exhibition of designs for a "Lodge on the Lake" has just a on the Lake" has just opened a "Lodge on the Lake" has just opened at the Gallery of Australian
at the Gallery of Australian Design. two-hundre
There was an overwhelming two-hundred-and-forty-two o-hundred-and-forty-two entries
two-hundred-and-forty-two entries in nati
national
the competition, aimed to start national conversation about the need for a new Prime Minister. To be located on the banks of Lake Burley G of Lake Burley Griffin, entrants were required to follow a brief, but the b ut the competition b brought
follow a brief, but the competition wonderf
wonderful
brought out weird, whacky and wonderful ideas - several also p rful ideas - several also made p wonderful ideas - several also made predictions about who might be living t be next,
living there. Amy with sport is next, and more bad luck for the Cam
Campese
Raiders?Yes Kerryn, skipper Terry Campese ruled out for the match against the Bulldogs, and fl st the Bulldogs, and Brumbies fl fly
against the Bulldogs, and Brumbies a
agai
fly half Matt Toomua set to step up against the All Blacks. This program is not captioned. Free yourself from
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Upgrade your life with iiNet. This program is not captioned. against the All Blacks. A blow
the
against the All Blacks. A blow for the Raiders today, with Terry Campese ruled out of the side thmpese ruled out of the side for Campese ruled out of the side for Sat
Saturday.
the match against the Bulldogs on Campe
Saturday. The Raiders had hoped sustained
Campese would overcome an eye injury to
sustained in last weekend' s loss to the Roosters. Either Sam am to the Roosters. Either Sam Williams st
step
or Anthony Milford look likley to spo
step up in the halves to fill his tom
tomorrow.
spot. A replacement will be named Toom
Toomua
tomorrow. Brumbies fly half Matt Toomua has been named to make his Black
Blacks
Wallabies debut against the All Blacks on Saturday. All up ten the on Saturday. All up ten of the Blacks on Saturday. All up ten of the eleven Brumbies in the squad
player
made the cut, Joe Tomane the unlucky player to miss out. A big f iss out. A big reward f for
player to miss out. A big reward for an outstanding season. f tstanding season. Brumbies fly
for an outstanding season. Brumbies fly half Matt Toomua named at

fly half Matt Toomua named at number ten ahead of Quade Cooper for the Wallabies clash with the All Blacks. team-m
team-mate,
Partnering him in the centres Te
team-mate, Christian Leali' ifano. Ten Brumbies players made the final Mowen
team, the most of any franchise. Ben Mowen will make the move to number eight, while Jesse Mogg got the nod at fullback Veteran' s Stephen
at fullback Veteran' s Stephen Moore face
and Ben Alexander joined by new Walla
faces Scott Fardy and Nic White. The Wallabies will meet the All Blacks in Sydney on Saturday. Meanwhile it weekend
will be a preview of the finals this weekend in the John I Dent Cup, with the top four sides set to do bat sides set to do s
battle. The match of the round will Queanb
Queanbeyan
see Queanbeyan take on Royals. Queanbeyan still on a high after downing competition leaders Tuggerano ders win'
Tuggeranong last weekend. Yeah confiden
confidence
win' s like that do give you confidence but at the end of the
it
confidence but at the end of the day it was a competition game and we' ve s a competition game and we' ve got to continue to move forward the
and keep improving to mix it with year
the good teams at the end of the year. Royals will be out to put a s Royals will be out to put a stop to Queanbeyan' s run. To do that it must shut down Queanbeyan'
that it must shut down Queanbeyan' s forwards. I think their forward pack is one of the strongest, they' r the strongest, they' re all big size, their front row' s strong as well. Tuggeranong will take on Wests in the battle of f take on Wests in the battle of first Easts.
verse fourth, while Uni-Norths meet Easts. .

Australian Diamonds coach Lisa Alexander says her team will need
Alexander says her team will need to C
step up against New Zealand in the into
Constellation Cup. The diamonds head e
into the five game series short on experience, but Alexander th , but Alexander believes th experience, but Alexander believes the squad will still be able to match the Silver Ferns. atch the Silver Ferns. Warming match the Silver Ferns. Warming up for a massive series against New Zealand. Australian Diamonds iamonds Zealand. Australian Diamonds players back at the AIS to hone their skills. Getting some work done t ls. Getting some work done on t the
skills. Getting some work done on the technical work that we need doe technical work that we need to do the technical work that we need to do to combat NZ and also then fo
working on the stuff we need to do for ourselves in terms of attack

defen
for ourselves in terms of attack and defence. The five test series agai ries against the Silver Ferns will be will be against the Silver Ferns will be the
the
last time the two sides meet before the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow m
more
next year. Making a series win even more important. Absolutely vital, ire important. Absolutely vital, it' s our last opportunity th our last opportunity against th it' s our last opportunity against the Silver Ferns and we really want t Silver Ferns and we really want tha
to take a psychological edge into certai
certainly
that competition and we really certainly want to make sure we give perf
perform
the Canberra fans a big game and perform at our very best. Gone
the
perform at our very best. Gone are the experienced heads of Nat Ber ienced heads of Nat Von Ber Bertouch,
the experienced heads of Nat Von Bertouch, Cath Cox and Mo' onia te
Gerard. Leaving a big hole for the team to fill. I guess the vibe in the goal circle you know have Coxy are goal circle you know have Coxy around for years and years so to have her not here has left a bit of a gap but I' m 100% confident that we can step up. The Australian girls set to hold nothing back in what' s sure to be a physical series. Everyone' s getting fitter, ryone' s getting fitter, faster, stronger and it' s be aster, stronger and it' s being reflected out on court so
you
being reflected out on court so year game
you definitely have to bring your A game and you' ve got to go out there and be prepared to put your and
body on the line cause anything less and you' ll come off second l come off second best. and you' ll come off second best. Constellation
The first match of the Constellation Cup is on September fifteen in New Zealand. The
will
fifteen in New Zealand. The Diamonds will take on the Silver Ferns in gamtake on the Silver Ferns in game five in Canberra on October thirteen.

danger
The Canberra Darters are in danger of finishing the Neger of finishing the Australian Ne Netball
danger of finishing the Australian Netball League season without a
Netball League season without a win, undefeated
with the side to meet the undefeated Victorian Fury in the final round this weekend. Darters captain Megan Kelly knows a win is probably out of reach for her b bly out of reach for her side, b but
probably out of reach for her side, but she' s confident the team stshe' s confident the team will st still
but she' s confident the team will still put in a good performance. con
consist
We' re just sort of looking to be consistent and be competitive letistent and be competitive not let letting
consistent and be competitive not letting any scores blow out f ny scores blow out playing f for
letting any scores blow out playing
for 15 minutes at a time and getting through the whole game. Seven Darte
players made their ANL debut for the Darters this season. Kelly hopes that experience will make the st nce will make the team st that experience will make the team stronger next year. and Olnger next year. and Canberra Ol stronger next year. and Canberra Wan
Wanderers
Olympic pushed the Western Sydney Wanderers all the way, but went
three
Wanderers all the way, but went down friendly
three one in its pre season Kerry
friendly. That' s it for sport. -
Kerryn Thanks Amy - after the break - all the latest weather details. This program is not captioned. s - all the latest weather details. A sunny Winter' s day around the region today, Fourteen degrees the to Fourteen degrees the overnigh
overnight,
top in the Capital after two overnight, Right now it' s clear
six
overnight, Right now it' s clear and six degrees outside. To the Tablelan e Tablelands, two to thirteen i ands, two to thirteen degrees i in
Tablelands, two to thirteen degrees in Goulburn today, three to oulburn today, three to in
in Goulburn today, three to thirteen Queanbeyan
in Yass, the high in both Queanbeyan and Braidwood. Fine on i
the Coast, eighteen degrees the top
less
in Nowra, Moruya Heads and Bega, One less in Ulladulla, The Bay topped nineteen, Lows between seven and nine nd nine. To the Snowies, thirteen in Cooma, minus four to two in Perisher,nus four to two in Perisher, minus six to just minus one in Thredbo, Bombala, twelve degrees. On the satellite, cegrees. On the satellite, Patchy clo degrees. On the satellite, Patchy cloud over the southern ranges in bringing
moist southwesterly winds is fallin
bringing the odd light shower, falling as snow above about one
thousand metres. While on the chart, It' s generally clear elsewhere due to a high pressure system, which Lookin
will lead into a chilly night. Coa
Looking at tomorrow, Sunny on the headin
Coast, Bega, the Bay and Nowra heading for a top of twenty one Mor
degrees, twenty for Ulladulla and ei
eight.
Moruya Heads, Lows between one and fi
fine
eight. Early frost before a mostly fine day on the Tablelands, d blelands, sixteen d degrees
fine day on the Tablelands, sixteen degrees the expected high in all centres, Except for Goulburn, where it should reach seventeen. To the
seven
Mountains, Sixteen in Bombala, minus to
seven to four at Thredbo, minus six to six at Perisher, Cooma, isher, Cooma, to six at Perisher, Cooma, sixteen. Morning fog and frost in bening fog and frost in Canberra be before
Morning fog and frost in Canberra before a mostly sunny day, de tly sunny day, sixteen de degrees
before a mostly sunny day, sixteen degrees the top after a low of
three.
degrees the top after a low of minus a
and
three. The winds will be northerly and light. To the five day To the five day and light. To the five day forecast, Rain on Saturday, fourteen

Rain on Saturday, fourteen degrees, Fine and fifteen on Sunday, The clear
showers return on Monday, But should clear for a cool Tuesday and Wednesd and cond
conditions
Wednesday. With a closer look at conditions on the mountains, here' s in
WIN' s Luke Kneller. INTRO - Here in Perisher the snow started falling from late yesterday t
through
afternoon as expected and continued 20cms
throughout the night, leaving around 20cms of fresh snow across the resort! The winds remained a he winds remained moderate a resort! The winds remained moderate amazin
amazing
as well meaning there was some amazing wind-blown powder to be
amazing wind-blown powder to be had! OVERLAY - Thanks to the colder temperatures as well the t es as well the snowmaking t
team
temperatures as well the snowmaking team were able to fire up over 100 gu re able to fire up over 100 guns helping out mother nature, g elping out mother nature, and g
giving
guns helping out mother nature, and giving the cover just that little bit extra. 45 lifts are in

bit extra. 45 lifts are in operation