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when locals woke to white on roof significant
tops. Homes covered by the first in
significant snow the city has seen also
in element 30 years. Launceston roads
also got a dusting. A number of key south
roads and schools in the State's bureau
south are closed. The weather with
bureau says it won't last long, turn
with any precipitation likely to is
turn to rain later on today. Here rest
is how it is looking around the rest of the country.

Finance now and the share market after
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night. The face of regional sh
Ausdtralia is changing as research cripp
shows families are escaping the
crippling costs of living in the bi m
smoke by moving to the bush. After Danie
many weekend trips to the area, s
Daniel and Elise Masters decided to seda
swap Sydney traffic for the more afterno
sedate streets of Orange. One floated
afternoon after over lunch we Ora
floated the idea of moving out to tre
Orange as a lifestyle choice as a mov
tree change The final decision to
move was made thanks to the Regiona t
Relocation Grant, which encourages those in metropolitan areas to move to regional areas to hel shortages. shortages. The State Government ha encou
launched a series of videos to regi
encourage more people to move to re
regional New South Wales. What we' re seeing through the program is ah misse
the skill sets that we may have important
missed in the past but most come
importantly we' re seeing people real
come and join in our communities wh
really bringing a new dimension to wer
what regional communities have We mo
were very attracted to the idea of an
moving to regional New South Wales
and that relocation grant was reall the incentive to make that decisio plu
easier and actually do make that Fo
plunge of coming out to the region M
Four months on from their move, the settling
Masters haven' t looked back lifestyl
settling in well to the bush ti
lifestyle. They say they have more de
time now to focus on family. It' s lifest
definitely a much more relaxed affordabl
lifestyle out here, lots of tim
affordable housing um I can spend t
time after work going for walks and fi
things like that I can get home in h
five minutes, it used to take me an really
hour For the Masters, they can
really have the best of both worlds fr
It' s only a couple of hours away an
from Sydney if you need to go back r
and see friends and family and that ca
really attracted me as well that I friend
can easily just drive back see l
friends and then come back out to a How
lovely relaxed lifestyle Courtney Howe, WIN News A road safety expert bl
says Victoria' s drinking driving th
blood alcohol limit should be more point-02
than halved from point-05 to kill
point-02. A quarter of motorists past
killed on Victorian roads in the past five years... ...registered a t
blood alcohol concentration greater m
than point-zero-five . There' s too d
many accidents. There' s no need to doe
drink and drive anyway. The T-A-C drivers
doesn' t record the number of
drivers killed, with a reading belo executive
point-zero-five. But chief th
executive Janet Dore says reducing rec
the limit is the solution. People drinki
recognise the need to separate sto
drinking, from driving. It' s not drink
stop drinking, It' s separating drinking from driving. Some regiona very
Victorians agree. I think it' s don
very good and it should have been ar
done a long time ago. While others conce
aren' t convinced... ...voicing hospital
concerns about its impact on ridicul
hospitality businesses. It' s i
ridiculous, I mean, it' ll kill the
industry, no one can then go out an j
get a drink, or have a meal, it' s just over-kill. I think .05' s fine o
It still gives people a little bit sti
of a leeway to have a couple, and couple
still be like okay I' ve had a dang
couple, I' m not going to be too fou
dangerous. Studies in the US have motorists,
found the reaction time of b
motorists, may become impaired at a as
blood alcohol concentration as low 0.
as 0.02, and more consistently, at
0.06. We have an over-representatio of fatalities in the country. It' B
partly due to the transport issue. But I say, well surely, we can agre ne
to designate drivers. Victoria' s created
new police pursuit policy has d
created more than its fair share of Wi
debate in the state' s North East. pursuit
With seventeen-hundred police s
pursuits in Victoria last year, the state' s new policy aims to put the fir
safety of officers and the public resulte
first... Police pursuits have twe
resulted in thirteen deaths since w
twenty-ten . We are pursuing people impaired,
who are potentially already
impaired, potentially predisposed t making poor decisions, taking risk behaviours to extreme levels. Unde ear
the policy, which was introduced p
earlier this month, police can only seri
pursue motorists when there' s a ...or
serious threat to the public... com
...or if a major offence has been
committed. They will to determine i n
their mind that there' s an urgent th
need to apprehend the occupants of deter
that vehicle. They will need to app
determine that there' s no way to vehic
apprehend the occupants of that vehicle other than to engage in tha leav
pursuit. There are fears it' ll motori
leave police powerless to stop supe
motorists from speeding off. But
superintendent Michael Grainger, wh met with Wangaratta police today t de
discuss the policy, stands by the s
decision. The Road Policing Command re
says 70 percent of police pursuits ch
result in officers terminating the withi
chase - and that usually occurs While
within the first three minutes. peopl
While police won' t pursue most hav
people who drive off, authorities investigat
have this warning. We will people
investigate every offence when
people choose to fail to stop and w t
will see those people in court. If the Wide Bay community in Queenslan To
gets its way, decommissioned HMAS Fe
Tobruk will become a diving mecca. th
Federal MP Keith Pitt, spearheaded Com
the campaign, but now an Advisory m
Committee made up of eighteen local se
members will ramp up the fight, to vesse
secure the multi million dollar h
vessel. The regional advisory group Tob
has real experience real links to operat
Tobruk, one of the actual dive Tobr
operators had actually served on w
Tobruk during his time in the Navy, memor
we also have the Rats of Tobruk G
memorial in Bundaberg. The Advisory
Group will help determine a site fo the wreck, but also devise a repor benefits
on the economic and tourism region.
benefits it could have in the sti
region. But it' s up against some a
stiff competition. l .g , We are in Tasma
a fight, we are in a fight with nu
Tasmania, we are in a fight with a
number of other components that wan i
it for other purposes, but I think it' s important we put the best cas forward we can. .l .w If successfu betwe
it will be sunk in deep waters between Hervey bay and Bundaberg as
a military dive experience. There' a lot of work to be done, and a lo lot
of red tape to get through and a b
lot of compliance, it' s a big task should
but you' ve got to put you' re bes
shoulder to the wheel and get the around
best we can. Statistics reveal H
around five thousand divers explore each
HMAS Adelaide in New South Wales ce
each year, and at least ninety per cent of divers come from outside th region. Twenty percent of those ar wond
from overseas. We see this as a n
wonderful thing for Hervey Bay, and
not only for Destination Tourism bu that
also to develop a dive industry area.
that has huge potential for our l
area. A facebook page has also been wr
launched in the fight to claim the be
wreck, and locals are urged to get News
behind it. Karen Broadhurst, WIN Sou
News. A mum from Wymah in the New on
South Wales South East Riverina is about
on a mission to raise awareness
about a genetic condition that stop a baby' s brain from developing an newborns
strikes one in two thousand newborns. Little Alice was born wit mont
a craniosynostosis fusion eight una
months ago... From birth, she was re
unable to sit up, lift her head or t
reach critical milestones. We could of
tell from birth that she had a bit it
of asymmetry in her face, and then Witho
it was diagnosed with CT scans.
Without surgery, the condition stop d
brain development, and can lead to disfigurement. Five weeks ago, Alic remodell
had a life-changing cranial the
remodelling operation, to release strip
the pressure in her head. Cut a o
strip of skull right across the top fo
of her head, and put it across her fa
forehead. There' s only two cranio facial units in the world. One' s i Adelaide and the other' s in Texas b
Her mother Amy says she' s bounced he
back from the major operation, and noticeab
her development has improved cra
noticeably. We had never heard of s
cranio before Alice was born, so as
soon as we heard, it' s just been a h
ongoing thing of research. Amy now condi
hopes to raise awareness of the ongoi
condition, and funds to support Trini
ongoing research and treatment. hosted
Trinity Anglican College today hosted a beanie day for the cause.
just really want to raise awarenes bein
for everyone because I remember wa
being taught by Miss Wilson when I disabil
was younger. My brother has a disability as well, and I understan families
how difficult it can be for raising
families. A beanie for a day, raising money, is easy, and fun, an ma
it' s a good cause. A runner on a Bri
marathon expedition from Perth to Brisbane has puffed into Ballarat i the Victorian Goldfields. Taking i Gar
the sights of the state' s west, lifestyl
Gary Wilmot reflected on his smoker
lifestyle four years ago, as a one-
smoker in his forties , weighing
one-hundred and forty-five kilos . big
was looking for something pretty 145
big to just prove that you can be decision
145kg couch potato, make one decision and do something completel three
different. Covering on average since
three-hundred kilometres a week say
since May, the forty-six year-old be
says he wants to inspire others to i
be more active. There are days when
it' s cold and the feet are aching ar
bit more than normal and the hips '
are screaming and the back' s going but
' no just stay here a bit longer' he
but it' s got to be done. With the sh
help of a small support crew, Gary E
should reach Brisbane in September. Ensure Gary' s got everything that t
he needs ie. water, we get up early his
to make his breakfast and then at
his stops during the day we make hi ne
a tea, coffee and then lunch. The Gary
next leg of the journey will see Wodo
Gary depart Melbourne for Albury O
Wodonga on Tuesday. He' ll take the Gle
Old Hume Highway through Benalla, r
Glenrowan and Wangaratta. Aiming to Nat
raise one-million dollars for the h
National Heart Foundation, he hopes some
his own lifestyle change will in healt
some way ease the burden on the
health system. That kind of frees u investiga
resources to put that into disea
investigating unexplained heart disease in people who are apparentl issu
fit like people with congenital Kur
issues. Paralympic gold medallist t
Kurt Fearnley is a world-beater but most
the next year will be one of the a
most testing of his career. In 1994 r
at age 13, Carcoar' s Kurt Fearnley d
raced his first wheelchair race. I' sport.
d never really seen disability g
sport. Once I saw it once I met the t
guys I just wanted to be them. From then on he' s yet to slow down. The
three-time Paralympic Gold Medallis wor
has won marathons all around the the
world. It' s been a long road but twelv
the journey is ongoing the next te
twelve offering one of the biggest P
tests of his career. we' ve got the
Paralympics waiting at the end of i th
in Rio, on the doorstep though is Chi
the Sydney Marathon in September, No
Chicago in October and New York in D
November. Squeezed into that is the Trainin
Doha World Champs in October. the
Training is a gruelling task, but mo
the magnitude of each milestone is s
motivation enough. It' s in between thing
sessions you use those goals as outside
things to motivate you to get fre
outside it' s the days when it' s you
freezing cold and it' s windy and a
you know that' s there' s been snow day
all around the hills they' re the your
days where you' ve got to remind o
yourself of Rio and remind yourself and
of the Chicagos and the New Yorks becau
and those moments that you love because you know you don' t love it Newcastle,
all. Although now based in i
Newcastle, Kurt' s past and present v
is drenched in the Central West. I' fam
ve got a lot friends and a lot of a
family around these roads and it' s
always good to get back One of thos membe
friends is Bathurst cycle club wh
member and CSU mate Andrew Carter, pa
who' s worked with Kurt since 2002 pacing him in training. I' d hate t sid
know how many Ks he' s sat along thr
side while he' s been dragging me through sessions. When ever he come w
home I get a call and it' s do you
want to go for a ride on the weeken It
so he gets me out of bed usually. It' s good to do the thing you love wo
with one of the best blokes in the he
world. You have to look up to Kurt he' s done a lot of things it' s no wider
just in sport too it' s in the fi
wider community. From the sporting Olympic
fields of the Central West to cement
Olympic Gold Kurt Fearnely has cemented himself not only as an ico pi
of Australian sport but also as a thin
pillar of motivation. My parents
think of Kurt as the God or the Kin i
of the Central West whenever he' s in town it' s bring Kurt round for whate
beer or a cuppa and a scone or l
whatever and I know the kids in the Whil
local cycle club look up to him. o
While we can' t all feel the weight K
of Olympic gold around our neck for Kurt his best piece of advice speak to
to us all. As a young fella being
told that I' m more than my HSC mar more than one result that the thin h
in you is the biggest strength you re
have is your determination is your aro
reliance and marks work their way s
around that. It' s that drive that' comp
s seen Kurt push his limits from competing in the Sydney to Hobart t the
crawling the Kokoda track. While outsid
the fire to achieve more feats fl
outside of racing still burns, the t
flicker of the Olympic torch sparks curren
the brightest flame in Kurt' s There'
current path; the road to Rio. big
There' s plenty out there it' s a of
big world plenty to see, and a lot bu
of mountains to climb and all that conten
but for the moment I' m pretty int
content putting everything I have A
into Rio. Felicity Nethery WIN News N
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News in a moment. The Central West
of New South Wales has experienced foreca
super chilly July and weather come
forecasters say there' s more to ha
come. There' s no doubt this month ter
has definitely been a wild one in started
terms of weather events. July O
started off with a cold snap, where Orange residents saw its coldest da c
since 2007. Orange saw some pretty o
cold temperatures through the month mo
of July. The coldest night for the mornin
month was seven degrees on the it
morning of the 6th of July. And so wit
it' s pretty cold days associated
with that snow with a couple of day with
only making it to four degrees, twe
with the most recent being on the fi
twenty seventh of July. We saw our c
first real snowfall for the season, completely covering Orange and othe an
parts of the Central West. It was thos
an opportunity for the kids, and
those young at heart, to get out an Cr
throw some snowballs. One Trunkey s
Creek resident said he hasn' t seen snow on the ground in fifteen years fo
Almost a thirty year record there gr
for an accumulation of snow on the impres
ground. But probably even more impressive are some of the township like Canowindra, Cowra, Stuart Tow elevatio
to the West of Orange. Some hu
elevations there are three to four hundred metres experiencing snowfal
that locals haven' t seen in almos a
fourty years. Around the same time un
as the snow dump was an event very m
unusual to find in Australia... The Armatr
mini tornado that tore through Lo
Armatree, severely damaging homes. man
Locals were left shocked, and one rig
man was in the right place at the right time, taking these astonishin continues
images. And as the El Nino continues to build, weather experts no
are saying the coming months might predicting.
not be as dry as they' re som
predicting. The month of July saw aver
some pretty good rainfall. Above fell
average. Of course a lot of that millime
fell as snow, but one hundred t
millimetres for the month was about te
twenty five percent up on the long ve
term average. Even though July was sta
very chilly, you can expect it to
stay cold for much longer. Annabell had
Amos, WIN News. And Canberra has had its coldest July in eight years Man
Rugged up... trying to stay warm c
Many of us are feeling the Canberra previo
chill this winter More so than colder
previous years It' s freezing! defini
colder than usual it' s colder definitely gotten colder and now th bureau of Meteorology has explaine p
why. Blaming it on a series of low a
pressure systems. June was actually a very mild month across the ACT an
surrounding regions and as we move f
into July we finally saw some cold s
fronts coming from deep down in the A
southern ocean across south eastern Australia New stats from the bureau wa
show our coldest morning this year d
was on July three when temperatures cap
dropped to minus seven across the chill
capital. Two days later saw our Can
chilliest day time temperature in degrees
Canberra recording just seven sur
degrees. Despite Goulburn and the
surrounding region copping a dumpin di
of snow this season mother nature did her best to avoid unleashing th miss
flurry on the capital. Canberra chan
missed out on the snow purely by to
chance as the cold air went around g
to our west we then saw some really Canberra
good snowfalls just north of Canberra Sean says those planning o t
heading to the snow in August won' cen
t be let down with another thirty centimetres of powder to fall in th n
next five days. Natural snow depth approachin
now at one metre should be whi
approaching one point five metres g
which is a general yard stick for a
good season Despite this month bein some
our coldest July in eight years some Canberrans haven' t noticed an the
out of the norm. when we work in col
the mornings it hasn' t been that Gl
cold it' s not cold it' s nice Mia betw
Glover WIN News Flights launched desti
between Rockhampton and two new boos
destinations promise to be a big a
boost to tourism and traders. It' s mak
an announcement, two years in the are
making. We at Rockhampton airport have
are actually going to be able to Rockham
have direct services, between betwe
Rockhampton and Townsville, and Coas
between Rockhampton and the Gold
Coast. As of September twenty-eight Jetgo - a regional airline based i Townsville -will offer three retur depart
services a week. Flights will j
depart Rockhampton around nine A-M, close
jet-setting into the Gold Coast to
close to ten. While direct flights afte
to Townsville, will leave in the wil
afternoon. Council says, everyone
will benefit, particularly NRL fans up
Just think, we' ll be able to fly ga
up to Townsville for those Cowboys couple
games on our weekends off or a couple days off, or go down and hav l
some fun on the Gold Coast. Today, s
locals were excited with passengers
saying it' s going to fill a missin direc
link, for those wanting to fly Coas
direct to Townsville or the Gold kno
Coast. There is a lot of people I and
know who work from the Gold Coast to
and come up here, and they' ve got to go to Brisbane and then drive. S Towns
would be great. Rockhampton to actua
Townsville would be very useful actually. AND WHY' S THAT? We need
to do that from time to time for ou usef
business, so yeah that' ll be a the
useful flight. And if Council has W
their way, this just the beginning. that
We want to prove to the airlines w
that we are keen to do business. We t
will work with the airlines to grow their business and at the same time Ga
get more services to Rockhampton. p
Gabrielle Donohue, WIN News. Due to o
popular demand, a third subdivision aero
of blocks is opening at Tocumwal Sout
aerodrome in the New South Wales bl
Southern Riverina. The sale of the va
blocks aimed to drive the economic expen
value of the aerodrome - a high Counci
expense for the Berrigan Shire expect
Council. Never did the council
expect the project to be so popular We' ve had two previous subdivisio lot
stages where we did I think four t
lots initially, and sold those, and q
then we did twelve, and we' ve been so
quite surprised with how well they anot
sold, so we' re going to develop l
another twelve lots for sale. That'
ll take us twelve to eighteen month loc
to get on the market. The blocks located at the aerodrome must have s
primary aviation use - whether it' t
s for a hangar or a business. After residence
that, the owner can build a residence as a secondary use. Deman c
is soaring, with much of the sales socia
coming through word of mouth or w
social media. A lot of those people b
who are going to Tocumwal, who have int
bought previous blocks there, are
into historic aircraft, and we thin th
that' s an area of specialisation bl
they could have. While selling the Perk
blocks with little profit, Rowan come
Perkins expects there is more to d
come, as Tocumwal becomes a greater destination for events such as stat championships
and national aerobatic press
championships. As more and more a
pressure comes on your metropolitan Bankst
airports such as Moorabbin and aerodrome
Bankstown, I think regional abili
aerodromes are going to find an fr
ability to attract more of the use town
from those areas to the regional towns. This program is not captioned.
towns. The Soldiers' Memorial Museu in Central Victoria is being gifte Cent
with special war memorabilia. A colour
Central Victorian Battalion' s la
colours are back in Bendigo at the V
largest military museum in regional of
Victoria. This is one of the coups of the century for Bendigo citizens her
to be able to come to the museum here. View the colours. It' s just happene
fabulous opportunity that' s s
happened to us. The Australian Army Thirty-Eighth'
secured custody of the af
Thirty-Eighth' s military banners, C
after the closure of the All Saints hom
Church meant they no longer had a
home. A formal procession marked th return. The move is in time for th t
Battalion' s century celebrations, The
to be held in Bendigo next March. the
The people of Bendigo, from where from
the Thirty-Eighth Battalion came museu
from, can now come to this fine col
museum in Bendigo and look at the t
colours and remember the history of ve
the Thirty Eighth Battalion. I was
very pleased that a lot of people u top made the right decision to sen wh
it back to the people of Bendigo, where they belong. With an importan anniversaries
year for World War One anniversaries, veterans say they' r once
overjoyed that the colours are, once again, on show. They' re going b
to be in their rightful place. This building belongs to the people. Now an
these colours belong to the people to
and the people will get the chance m
to see them. The museum' s next big ann
milestone is marking next week' s sin
anniversary of one- hundred years School
since the Battle of Lone Pine. tea
Schools and cruise operators have
teamed up in Far North Queensland t showcase to students career option n
on the Great Barrier Reef. Under a will
new program hundreds of students So
will spend class time on the Reef. ah
Some of them know little about it.
ah. A new initiative wants to chang taught
this. Indigenous students are ca
taught reef protection, is part of learni
caring for country. To look at learning about caring for country i Be
terms of land and sea management. compleme
Because the land and the sea look
complement each other, if we can t
look after things on the land, then Re
the runoff' s not going out to the a
Reef. Outside the program, tourists manage
are divided over whether it' s
managed well. In general I think it s very well protected in compariso singapore
to other reefs, we live in t
singapore at the moment, and we' ve travelled to Thailand, Malaysia and goo
the Phillippines. it looks pretty woul
good from what we can see and it would be a shame if it wasn' t bein is
protected and looked after. there there
is obviously some problems over mos
there and yes of course I' m sure the
most people want to keep our reef further
the way it is and not see any gre
further damage. in some years the sam
great coral reef might not be the
same like today. Students from grad progr
seven to ten, take part in the wi
program. The treasurer hopes, they instiga
will change the rhetoric, and in
instigate an ' indigenous tourism' industry. when we have internationa sa
visitors coming to Australia they in
sadly don' t hear enough about the lik
indigenous experience and they' d i
like to see more. the key to it all Ne
is education. Isabelle Mullen, WIN Queensl
News. Traders in Dalby on the reportin
Queensland Darling Downs are econ
reporting grim news on the local D
economy. In just a few short years, t
Dalby has seen the rise and fall of N
the region' s resource sector boom. For
Now, many businesses are hurting. t
For sure, the lack of people around wo
town is palpable. CSG construction w
workers, and the two hundred miners C
who lost their jobs when the Wilkie thir
Creek coal mine closed in twenty loc
thirteen, left a huge void in the utes
local economy. Not as many white on
utes about, white utes with lights
on the top, not that they generate lot of business but they do buy th few
odd pair of boot laces off me. A b
few years ago this place was really cl
booming and then when the mine did he
close down, yeah it was noticeable a
here. Workers who had stopped in at gon
all hours, seven days a week, are
gone. Now, the introduction of seve t
day trading has seen small grocery ab
takings plummet, again. Still down le
about twenty five per cent, had to w
let go of an employee on Sunday and ar
won' t be replacing them so things Betro
are pretty quiet. Foodworks and bus
Betros Brothers are down too, and fee
businesses in the main street are trading,
feeling the pinch. Seven day
trading, the street is a lot quiete like
and we haven' t got our numbers like in the shop wise, whether they shoppin
re up at super market at the busy
shopping centre but it' s not as busy on a Saturday and Sunday now. plann
number of businesses are still trad
planning to appeal the seven day WI
trading decision. Caitlin Holding, Australi
WIN News.The New South Wales vis
Australians of the Year have been s
visiting schools in the Riverina to So
share their inspirational stories. cel
Soaking up life lessons from some Wal
celebrated mentors. The New South o
Wales Australians of the Year, Tour opportun
of Honour, gave students the motivat
opportunity to take away some
motivating messages. "That anyone i have
able to do anything. You don' t th
have to be from a big city or have gr
the most amazing education or this hav
great family background, you just was
have to believe in yourself." "It them
was amazing to see what inspires inspire
them and I loved how they can vi
inspire us to do better." The tour c
visited eight schools and community
centres across the Riverina. "We' v matte
wanted kids to realise that no matter what they do in life they ca make a difference. So for me, I' v to
done film making and I' ve wanted to include people that don' t get a G
chance to learn about film-making." Tropfest
Genevieve won first prize at passio
Tropfest six years ago, and is wit
passionate about involving people with disabilities as actors and cre barrie
members. Helping those facing m
barriers to inclusion is also a key w
motivator for Reverend Graham Long, th
who' s made it his mission to help
those experiencing homelessness or wit
mental illness. "He helps people any
with addictions, like it could be pe
anything, alcohol, drugs, and just people with low income, they come i them
and he can just help them, give say
them warm showers." Reverend Long le
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Students from a primary school in be
the New South Wales Illawarra have been teaching international visitor and
about the Australian way of life ever
and it' s been an experience for Ja
everyone. From the Chubu region of
Japan, these primary school student Pleas
have left Mount Fuji for Mount Pleasant
Pleasant. Spending a week at lo
Pleasant Heights Primary. They' ve Australi
loved everything about their been
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been your favourite thing about ex
Australia? Many Kangaroos With one famil
exception. Ah vegemite The host down
families have been keen to break le
down those cultural barriers. just communicat
learning key words to help r
communicate with her but it' s been
really good. It was fun just showin t
them around Wollongong and showing the
them the different things I think their
they liked that a lot Today was students
their last school day so the in
students were spoilt with a lesson culture
in the sunshine on Aboriginal the
culture. wooooowww He' s teaching we
them how to throw the boomerang as s
we can see now and throw the spears hop
so that' s really good The school t
hopes to keep the relationship with stu
their new friends, so that future int
students can benefit from similar I
international learning experiences. st
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stay and it will be sad watching had
them go I made many friends and I
had a very fun time Jordana Zonaras in
WIN News Lesser known attractions Ba
in Bundaberg in Queensland' s Wide fro
Bay are being unearthed with help grap
from locals. In an age of glossy t
graphic-designed tourist brochures, g
this is isn' t your average visitor will
guide. Bundaberg' s Culture Map, inst
will be made entirely by locals, for
instead of being full of paid ads
for hotels and attractions. They' r t
sometimes they' re really targeted ma
towards businesses and things, and marketing and things like that, thi or
guide is more about local beaches or even unique people that make thi l
space really special. This morning ha
locals had the chance to get their old-
hands dirty, designing pages the i
old-fashioned way. What I like here Bunda
in Bundaberg, my experiences in
Bundaberg, what I think is importan thin
to me. Highlighting hundreds of spo
things to see and do. Snorkelling spots, you know like free camping th
spots, fishing spots you know, all uniqu
these spots that make Bundaberg suggestion
unique and special. So far well-kn
suggestions have ranged from, re
well-known coastal encounters... I mos
reckon go and see the turtles the adora
most, because they' re the most taste
adorable about Bundaberg. to
tastes which locals love. You have
to try the sugar cane juice, that' amazing. When all the contribution s
are collated next month, it should Visito
spell a welcome tourism boost. f
Visitors are, yeah they' re looking b
for turtles, the local attractions, but they' re also wanting to kind o under
feel a sense of place here and understand and immerse themselves i the local community. Philip Calder
WIN News. Workers have been busy i i
Maroochydore on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland and they' ve let a WI Telegraph
News camera in for a look. ship
Telegraph poles on the fairways, bar
shipping containers in the rough, bars popping up on the greens, and ina
couch on the sixteenth hole. The A
inaugural Maroochy Music And Visual we'
Arts Festival is taking shape. So oys
we' re building the champagne and th
oyster bar on the other fairway at g
the moment. up the back here we' ve is
got the ghetto blaster stage which
is about ten different local DJs an h
DJs from Brisbane. One half of the al
headliners announced this week, is Flig
also a local lad; James Lyell of Flight Facilities fame, is a Buderi tuuuune
boy making his homecoming. £ sale
tuuuunes £ Crazy response ticket well,
sales were already doing really w
well, but when we dropped that they peopl
were headlining I had about 200
people hit me up straight away. Whe ge
they' re that large it' s hard to childhoo
get them back home Dane is a musi
childhood friend of Lyell, whose globe.
music has taken him across the mos
globe. They' ve played like every most big festivals around the world t
We were at an op shop, he bought a turn table, I asked him what are yo doing? He said I' m going to sydne here
to be a DJ, we all laughed. but yo
here they' ll soon be cheering. If
you can use your imagination with m be
here is where the main stage will t
be and back up the fairway is where ten thousand art and music fans wil actual
be on the night, the space is actually bigger than the river stag area
in Brisbane, but this vast open challeng
area also presents some huge security.
challenges particularly for two
security. So we' ve got one point fence.
two kilometre of non-climbable horses
fence. We' ll have security on
horses and probably on quad bikes a augu
well. Gates open nine-thirty AM august twenty-two. Lincoln Humphrie WIN News. This program is not captioned. The share house has been fun, but I've found a way
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WIN News. Revolutionary new childr
technology is offering help to difficult
children with communication not
difficulties. Closed captions are seve
not available for this story For
seven-year-old Grace a simple yes o commun
no has been the only means of technolog
communication. Now with new cha
technology - that' s all about to givi
change. It' s about engaging and giving the children some opportunit qui
to communicate in a much easier, Previous
quicker, more effective way. interpret
Previously, an adult had to
interpret a child' s ' yes' or ' no picture-opt
responses to a series of picture-options - a slow and limite ten-thousan
process. But thanks to a Telstr
ten-thousand dollar grant from now
Telstra, Cranleigh School in Holt whic
now has the ' Eye Gaze' system - a
which tracks a eye-movement to move luc
a cursor around a screen. we were
lucky enough to get the money to bu technol
some samples of this kind of seven-
technology that was five, six, set-u
seven-thousand dollars for each in
set-up so that we can have it here in the school, have families see ho sh
to use it. Cranleigh is hoping to schoo
share the technology with other non-verba
school in the ACT - to help e
non-verbal students communicate and environment.
engage with the learning
environment. The inspiring work tha t
Cranleigh are doing with utilising here
the technology with the children here is going to be expanded across r
to other schools in the ACT - they' re going to share their learnings t benefit as many kids as possible i opene
the region. The technology has tha
opened up possibilities for Grace o
that previously were only available th
overseas. The eye gaze is probably communicat
the only real way grace an up
communicate with us, so that opens com
up whole new levels and worlds of
communication of what she' s feelin Grac
and what she needs. It' s shown person
Grace' s parents a side to her personality they never thought woul mus
be possible. Seeing grace play a the
musical instrument on her own for em
the first time was....I' m getting touching.
emotional...yeah very, very Cons
touching. Harry Frost, WIN News.
Conservation is high in the minds o students in Townsville as they hel tha
build a sustainable future. More than eighty Eco-Warriors gathered a lear
Ryan Catholic College today, To fu
learn about creating a sustainable environ
future. Students engaged with environmental scientists and expert from CSIRO, on what it really mean o
to be an Eco-Warrior. We only have imp
one planet earth, so it' s really re
important that we take care of the preparatio
resources that we have. In
preparation, to fight to protect ou cl
environment, Students swapped the experience,
class room for a hands on experience, in sustainability. £ We re lighting a candle and seeing ho into
much carbon dioxide it releases into the air. £ You have to blow into the cup or use the air pump an the
then you have to add ten drop of w
the universal indicator and then it will change colour, and then you ca see how much acid there is. I thin ide
today they' ll go back with some ideas, some simple ideas in the hom t
where they can do things, you don' things
t have to go out and buy extra bein
things or do things, it' s about l
being aware. £ I don' t turn on the
lights when I don' t need it, I don need
t use the air con when I don' t p
need it and things like that. £ The Th
projects are part of an Eco Forum, I
This year' s theme, climate change. env
I think we' ve come a long way in environmental education, but we kno Hatf
we have a long way to go. Daisy
Hatfield, WIN News. Experts from th Vict
tax office have been in Sale in o
Victoria' s Gippsland giving advice plann
on the importance of retirement s
planning. SuperStream is the A-T-O' haphaza
s solution to some companies' distribution
haphazard superannuation peo
distribution. Before SuperStream, form
people are doing it in different t
formats or different timeframes and tr
things like that. So this is about Whi
trying to make this standardised.
While it' s a ' back office' change bene
the tax office says it will see electro
benefits for employees. Being ba
electronic, you get error messages q
back so you can get things fixed up no
quickly. Small business owners are s
now being briefed on the new online ho
system. I actually train people in it
how to use accounting software, so have
it' s fairly important for me to ca
have an understanding of that so I
can convey that onto my clients. Th challe
A-T-O says there are specific busin
challenges in switching country businesses to SuperStream, includin advi
access to the internet. But tax advisers and superannuation funds d employer
have the expertise to guide AT
employers through the process. The ATO has initiated this change, and com
it' s up to small business now to s
comply with it. A new date has been anti
set for one of Australia' s most be
anticipated cricket matches. It' s calen
been a permanent fixture on the
calendar since nineteen eighty four but this season' s Prime Minister' ye
s Eleven game will be the earliest ma
yet. Today it' s was announced the hel
match against New Zealand will be Cricket
held on October twenty third. to
Cricket ACT expecting the new date in
to lead to a big crowd. We do know ye
in the past when it was in the new w
year it wasn' t quite as popular as De
when we previously had the game in the
December. The new date also means B
there will be no clash with the Big restr
Bash League, something that has avai
restricted the number of players te
available to line up for the PM' s Opening
team over the last few years. bes
Opening the door for Australia' s selected.
best state cricketers to be
selected. Cricket Australia had tha co
in mind at the time they' re very an
conscious of the team being strong c
and that would have been one of the considerations of having the game a ha
that particular time. Manuka Oval Internatio
has been locked in for two sea
International matches so far this retu
season, with the Australian team T
returning in January to host India.
The big thing is that we are gettin c
these extra games of international two
cricket and very much in the last two or three years Canberra has mad of
a lot of ground as far as content also
of cricket is concerned. McNamee cr
also hoping to bring more domestic endeav
cricket to the Capital. We are here
endeavouring to get a trial game here for the Sydney Thunder, that' that
one thing that we' ve looked at s
that may happen. Tickets to the PM' tw
s Eleven will go on sale on August A
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Australian News after the break. Queensland
From the Sunshine Coast in wac
Queensland, a look at some of the I
wacky moments from a week in sport. Roos
In third this week, the Maroochy o
Roos. Samuel McKenzie sells it! The
old show and go, selfless, ignores inter
shot, passes. Mayne' s big man A
intercepts and taps down to NOBODY! Do
An open goal. Thank you very much. ch
Don' t the Roos' faithful love it. Ji
cheers! Notable mention: water boy a-
Jimmy Page. Maroochydore' s former no
a- grade captain and WIN cameraman oranges.
now just wears pink and cuts Coas
oranges. The silver medal. A few t
Coast surfers battled tiny waves at
the US open in California this week It' s that pathetic you don' t eve r
need a four-wheel- drive to go off N
road at Huntington Beach. What the? Mooloo
Numero uno. Gold. Who else but
Mooloolaba resident and golden chil Matt Bevilacqua. The one way ticke enoug
from Oahu to Molokai was scary paddle
enough for him. He then had to b
paddle fifty- two kilometres to get t
back. It' s actually referred to as scar
the channel of bones. The kid' s scared of the dark so this would' v attempt
been tough. It was his first ha
attempt at the torture test but he Mat
had good mate and defending champ Matt Poole on board with him for th simpl
five hour journey. At times he chopper"
simply wanted to "get to the won
chopper" but he hung in there and win
won the world title. Last year' s enjo
winner and this year' s champion me
enjoyed the moment. Now, a notable Haw
mention; another bloke on fire in
Hawaii - coast paddler Rhys Burrows Get that man some banana boat fift F
plus. Good sport for posting it on i
Facebook. An artist from Wollongong a
in the New South Wales Illawarra is
addressing a top level conference i tel
Sydney with a special message to Army
tell. Trina Collins, or ' Poncho in
Army' , as she is known in the art he
industry, has been creating art in t
her Wollongong studio for just over c
two years. Her spray painted murals unsu
can be found around the city, in futu
unsuspecting stairwells and even combin
futuristic toilets. there' s a combination of spray paint, stencil illus
art and screen printing. So the screen
illustrated layer is done with don
screen printing but the colour is hersel
done with aerosol. Trina calls to
herself an introverted artist, but she'
to make a career out of her art, b
she' s had to become an extroverted with
business person. we' re not good
with words or writing stuff down, o expressing ourselves in other ways so we draw a picture. So to have t diff
explain that sometimes is a bit at
difficult. She' ll share her story cr
at the conference, alongside other
creative minds who are at the top o their field. Trina hopes to inspir step
other artists to take the first pu
step in having their work shown in an
public. it' s a little bit awkward and hard at first but I want to sho bec
that once you start doing it, it wa
becomes a lot easier. LAY I really want to show that you can do it DIY mon
You don' t have to have a lot of Yo
money to start a creative venture. passio
You just have to have a lot of conference
passion. The Creative Fuel
conference will be held in Sydney o ol
thursday Rob Beaumont WIN News An Que
old mill site in Toowoomba on the tra
Queensland Darling Downs is being a
transformed into a food, retail and accommodation precinct. This centur y
old mill has sat idle, for several dur
years, after it was badly damaged w
during the twenty eleven floods. It whoppin
was purchased in April, for a doll
whopping two point eight million bu
dollars, and it' s already likely,
businesses will be moving in, by mi substantia
September. I' m in fairly fai
substantial discussions with some opera
fairly major, large bulky goods T
operators that are not operating in agen
Toowoomba at the moment. Leasing agent, Drew Camm, has already locke store,
in a baby goods and maternity ce
store, as well as a potential play nationa
centre, for young families. A move
national business is expected to a
move into the site' s office space; farm
and, this building could house a Christmas
farmer' s market as soon as
Christmas. The farmer' s market typ to
operation, that' ll be open three be
to five times a week but it won' t st
be full time. Long term, these old fo
stacks will be removed to make way t
for a boutique hotel. There' s also
talks a well known restaurant, coul Si
open it' s second franchise here. newly
Situated right next door to the sit
newly approved Bunnings Warehouse of
site, both projects will form part of the Toowoomba Regional Council' re
railway parklands precinct. It' s really going to invigorate the whol b
area, not just the Mills Precinct, In
but the whole northern side of the goal
Inner City. Council' s long term a
goal is to transform the area, into Brisbane
an urban village, similar to develope
Brisbane' s Southbank. Local w
developer, Richard Adams Homes, who Preci
will ultimately build the Mills constr
Precinct, is expected to begin W
construction soon. Melanie Vujkovic band
WIN News. A battle of the school Rockhampton.
bands has been staged in Aussi
Rockhampton. The song T-N-T, by some
Aussie rock band A-C-D-C, isn' t vi
something you' d usually hear on a classicly
violin. But Madison Dyer, a givin
classicly trained violinist, is f
giving all rockers out there, a run school
for their money. £ Music £ The ne
school captain, took it to a whole Getting
new level, quite literally... aud
Getting down on her knees, as the Playing
audience screamed in support.
Playing so passionately, she broke th
string on her violin. £ Music £ I stere
thought I could break away from stereotypes and do it on the violin l
in comparison to other instruments oth
like a guitar. Madison joined six other acts, for Battle of the Bands at Rockhampton High School. And th sin
teens are talented. We have rock ball
singers, a cappella singers, and singe
ballad singers and country rock singers. Lots of diferent stuff, it i
s great... And ACDC on the violin, appe
it' s amazing. A ukelele made an was
appearance. £ Music £ This singer beat
was supported by a guitar, and a Dant
beat boxer. He beat boxes, while m
Dante sings, and I play guitar. The head-to-hea
most-loved musos, will go Rockham
head-to-head with others from an
Rockhampton, Yeppoon, Mount Morgan
and Gladstone, at the CQ All School Culle
Battle of the Bands. Alexandra Cullen, WIN News. See you next time This program is not captioned.

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