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with 'A Current Affair'.
Tracy is next

with 'A Current Affair'.
Tracy is next That's Nine News for this Monday. I'm Peter Overton. Goodnight.
I hope you have a good evening.
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company, good night. Tonight ... Tw Can
suspicious packages found at two city
Canberra locations - sending the city into lockdown A man-made tunne superma
is discovered in Goulburn' s Canbe
supermax jail And the gift from c
Canberra' s first ever organ donor, Eveni
celebrated, forty years on Good Emerge
Evening I' m Kerryn Johnstone, Emergency services are investigatin were
- after two suspicious packages Belco
were found in Fyshwick AND then hundre
Belconnen today. More than one Ce
hundred staff at the Fyshwick Mail De
Centre were quarantined, while The we
Department of Immigration Building pos
went into lock-down. ar Australia in
post workers isolated after coming packag
into contact with a suspicious ha
package. There' s five people that th
have been close to the package and ins
they' ve been isolated in an area
inside the exchange but we also hav requi
over one-hundred staff who are Eme
required to stay in the building. the
Emergency services were called to afte
the Fyshwick Mail Centre shortly after nine o' clock this morning c
after workers came across a package Po
containing a suspicious substance. f
Police cordoned off the area, while sa
firefighters moved in to extract a pe
sample for testing. We' re getting
people dressed in fully encapsulate o
suits to go inside to take samples an
of the substance and package it up
and it will be taken to the Canberr th
Hospital for analysis. Testing of h
the substance revealed it was not a agent.Authoritie
hazardous biological agent.Authorities say workers at th f
site followed the proper protocols t
for dealing with a suspect package. past
they' ve experienced this in the ot
past so they know what to do, with the
other people it really depends on Anot
the environment that you' re in.
Another suspicious package was foun Immigratio
outside the Department of B
Immigration offices on Chan Street, Belconnen just before three o' cloc this afternoon It was deemed safe re
short time later and the area was t
reopened and police say business in Investiga
the area wasn' t disrupted. ar
Investigations into both incidents An
are ongoing. Harry Frost, WIN News An investigation is underway - afte jail
a tunnel was found, in Goulburn Serv
jail. New South Wales Corrective c
Services has confirmed a ' man made cabine
cavity' was discovered under a
cabinet in the furniture workshop o tha
the prison. The workshop is more outs
than one hundred metres from the outside walls of the facility. It' -
about six hundred millimetres deep - and four hundred millimetres wide inte
It' s not yet known what it was furnitur
intended to be used for. The un
furniture workshop has been closed Poli
until the investigation is over. f
Police are asking witnesses to come robb
forward after a terrifying armed Club.
robbery at the Belconnen Soccer a
Club. The incident is the latest in
a string of armed hold-ups targetin licensed venues across the ACT. WI more
Police reporter Harry Frost has Soc
more. Staff here at the Belconnen robbe
Soccer Club in Mckellar say the secon
robbery was over in a matter of cloc
seconds. It was just after 11 o' ar
clock on Saturday night when a man c
armed with a handgun burst into the club. The offender jumped the front
counter and threatened a 25-year-ol mone
worker with the gun - demanding money. The employee handed over the s
cash and the offender then fled the scene on foot. The area surround th the
club is poorly lit and staff say there have been robberies here in the
the past. No one was harmed - but Fiv
the employee has now taken leave. whe
Five people were exiting the club polic
when the offender rushed in and w
police are hoping to speak to these
witnesses as well as anyone else wh inc
might have information about the a
incident. The offender is described b
as male with slim build, carrying a black handgun. It' s the latest in number of armed robberies across offend
the ACT in recent months where targeted
offenders with firearms have shop
targeted licensed venues, bottle ni
shops and service stations late at in
night. But Police don' t think the is
incidents are connected. it was an the
isolated incident and the rest of con
the community doesn' t need to be
concerned Anyone with information i o
urged to contact crime stoppers on trip
one-eight-hundred, triple-three, Canberr
triple zero. The parents of a believ
Canberra teenager - who police hav
believe was abducted in Bendigo - t
have thanked emergency services for ye
their help in finding the eighteen stu
year old. The La Trobe University tw
student went missing for more than Hil
twenty four hours in the One Tree w
Hill area late last week before she vehi
was found by a patrolling police p
vehicle in a silver car. The girls' of
parents were in Europe at the time i
of her disappearance and have since their
issued a statement, speaking of she
their "indescribable relief" when ol
she was found. A thirty eight year mat
old man has been charged over the calling
matter. The ACT Opposition is deal
calling for a special court - to ca
deal solely with domestic violence w
cases. Leader Jeremy Hanson says it consiste
will pave the way for a more ther
consistent approach - and ensure hel
there is specialised expertise to lin
help victims. people on the front dedicated
line are saying if we had a with
dedicated family violence court, a
with a dedicated magistrate hearing h
all family violence matters it will hasn'
help The ACT Government says it kee
hasn' t seen the details - but is
keeping an open mind about the idea le
Let' s have a debate about it and t
let' s look at whether or not it' s so
the right thing to do for Canberra approachi
so that' s the way I' ll be wil
approaching it and the government will
will be approaching it Mr Hanson on
will move a motion in the Assembly
on Wednesday to seek backing for th h
idea. The number of people seeking has
help for homelessness in Canberra i
has spiked - up sixty-five per cent organisat
in just five years. Charity refurbi
organisations say despite the arou
refurbishments of public housing does
around the ACT, the supply still night
doesn' t meet the demand. Every sleep
night, dozens of Canberrans are i
sleeping rough - and that number is ABS
increasing. According to the last seven-hundre
ABS census, one-thousand
seven-hundred people in the Capital breaking
are considered homeless. In tak
breaking down the data we need to home
take into account why people are h
homeless, what is the definition of we
homeless and what sort of supports Go
we can provide for people. The ACT results
Government today released the homeless
results of its evaluation of deman
homeless services - which found increased
demand for support services
increased by 65 per cent in the pas five years. Despite the Government s refurbished crisis accommodation pu
charity groups say the demand for W
public housing far out-ways supply. w
We' ve retained a stable amount but nu
we haven' t actually increased the
numbers of public housing we' ve go our
significantly in that time - but our population has increased, so yo a
know if we' re going to be looking increa
at public housing we should be housin
increasing the level of public housing as the population increases service
Spending on ACT homelessness b
services decreased by two-point-two reduct
billion dollars since 2011 - a bl
reduction the Territory Government
blames on a lack of support from th th
Commonwealth. The opposition says the Government needs to provide mor housing.
than just additional public y
housing. you also need support when address
you move into that housing to ho
address the reasons why you became Hous
homeless in the first place. The lob
Housing Minister says she will be increase
lobbying the Commonwealth to
increase funding - to stop a proble any
community workers say can strike t
any family. It can happen to anyone lik
that they lose a job or something like that and suddenly there' s not Ha
the opportunities that there were. lit
Harry Frost, WIN News. They' re a proud....five
little weary - but very fir
proud....five of Canberra' s best afte
firefighters are returning home, b
after being sent to Canada, to help
battle some of the biggest bushfire the country has ever seen. The tea undert
spent three weeks in Alberta, ass
undertaking a variety of tasks to colleagues
assist their international trying
colleagues. very testing, very l
trying conditions, it really says a t
lot about how much fire they had in did
their landscape, because not only as
did australians go, but canadians, C
as well as mexicans and people from Aust
California as well Another fifty
Australian firefighters are still i Bri
Canada, helping battle blazes in e
British Columbia. it was remarkable he
experience to work in the northern fi
hemisphere, it' s a very different les
fire environment up there but the w
lessons learnt, the experience that good
we' ve gained, really puts us in preparedne
good stead in terms of our h
preparedness in terms of our summer Three
here in the southern hemisphere burn
Three million hectares have been mo
burnt since the fires started last for
month. Next on WIN News ... Calls t
for school zones across the capital will
to drop to thirty-kays an hour - ...
will this help save lives? Plus - co
... Why swing dancing, is making a comeback This program is not captioned. Canberra
the break Speed zones around thi
Canberra' s schools could drop to Terri
thirty-kays an hour - after the Policing
Territory Government and ACT studen
Policing raised concerns about
student safety. There are also call to make signs more simple, and mor ou
visible. we' ll be working across fo
our schools, trialling an approach for school safety, that will includ considering, for high risk schools ar
a 30 kilometres speed limit There sch
are six infringements each day in
school zones around the ACT - polic isn
say the message of slowing down, on
isn' t getting through to drivers. one of the worst cases we' ve had i that
102 kilometres in a 40 zone, at wo
that speed it took the driver , or metr
would have taken the driver, 130 metres to stop, if he' d hit a chil kille
he would have more than likely killed them. Police warn they' ll b th
out in force in school zones over dri
the next term - vowing to nab all
drivers who are speeding. This year bei
s Donate Life Week in the ACT is g
being dedicated to a young Canberra girl, who forty years ago became th territory' s first organ donor. Th Sunday
event runs through until next d
Sunday, urging Australian' s to sit down and have a conversation about their donor decision. Annette Taylo p
was just eleven years old when she passed away in nineteen seventy fiv suffering a cerebral haemorrhage.. tol
Before her tragic death, Annette
told her family she wanted to becom req
an organ donor. she had made the w
request about six months before and we had no idea she was going to fal Marjorie
seriously ill and pass away break
Marjorie says she was forced to fulfi
break through legal barriers to l
fulfil her daughter' s wish with no seven
legislation in place during the it
seventies allowing organ donations it was the last thing i was going t t
do for Annette so I just wouldn' t Ann
take no for an answer In the end, p
Annette' s donation helped save two
people' s lives including a fourtee Donat
year old boy. Now this year' s Donate Life Week is being dedicated to her family, for their efforts al message
those years ago. I guess the ye
message from her story is if an 11 year old thought it was a good idea rea
to be an organ donor, there' s no saying
reason why any of us should be saying no Between 2013 and 2014 mor lives
than eleven hundred Australian ti
lives were saved through organ and moment
tissue donations. While at the ha
moment, up to five million Aussies registe
have signed onto the donation sa
register. Here in the ACT, doctors annua
say we' ve already exceeded our month
annual target. in the first six an
months we have had 11 organ donors you
and 6 intended donors To register t
yourself or a family member Head to gr
the website. Mia Glover WIN News A commu
group of prominent faces in our cou
community will be getting off the nex
couch and into the gym during the Hear
next twelve weeks as part of the Celebrit
Heart Foundation' s Canberra mini
Celebrity Heart Challenge. Chief minister Andrew Barr is among those taking it on....urging residents in achie
the capital to get on board and achieve their health goals. we don' d
t pay close enough attention to our sh
diet and so this is a great way to
show how busy people can make littl fi
changes to their lifestyle to get event
fitter and to get healthier The event is in its second year and aim to raise funds for Heart Foundatio thousand
ACT. we raised around fifty ye
thousand dollars in the event last that
year, we' re hoping to go beyond celebrit
that this year obviously The w
celebrity who raises the most funds h
will be crowned Canberra' s biggest morphed
heart. The Capital' s CBD has paradise
morphed into a swing-dancing hundred
paradise - with more than one
hundred and fifty people turning ou event
to the city' s biggest dancing e
event. "Canberra-ang" is a four day event - that encourages anyone, and sho
everyone, to put on their dancing +
shoes.... There was toe tapping - + done
+ it' s the only exercise I' ve eve r
done that I enjoy doing it' s just ther
really nice to have someone else musi
there to do it with you, and the Gar
music, and the people The city' s swing
Garema place, transformed, into p
swing- dancing central + We' ve got oversea
people who have flown in from new
overseas, from as far as america, sta
new Zealand and all the different j
states and territories in Australia fes
just to be here to celebrate this d
festival this year These delightful -
dancers taking part in Canberra-ang s
- the Capital' s annual festival of
swing. Based on a similar event hel mo
in Sweden - it aims to get people o
moving, and interested in the style of dance. The music' s just so good it'
there' s so much fun and energy, win
it' s a great way to keep warm in when
winter, and people just have fun fun
when they' re doing it it' s just bit,
fun, you get to be free let go a one
bit, meet lots of people Close to
one-hundred and fifty people turnin the
out to the event - all relishing it
the chance to kick up their heels. you
it' s just a great activity, gets l
you fit, meets lots of people. Have Capi
lots of fun Lego fans across the mas
Capital are in for a treat with a massive unique mosaic of lego piece now on show in the Hellenic Club i meas
Woden. The eye-catching artwork heig
measures more than two metres in
height and is made up of one hundre and sixty five thousand pieces. It which
s part of the yearly BrickExpo the
which will kick off at the end of the month. hundreds if not thousand everyth
of models will be on display th
everything from star wars, lord of ship
the rings, to pirates, to rocket around
ships The two-day event raised around seventy thousand dollars las Canberra
year for paediatrics at the b
Canberra Hospital. that was used to al
buy a cosy cot which is a cot that con
allows us to transfer a baby in a o
controlled environment BrickExpo is t
on August twenty nine and thirty at
the Hellenic Club. Amy with sport i next ... And Gungahlin United read they'
for the FFA Cup? Yes Kerryn.., S
they' ve got some big plans to keep Roc
Sydney Olympic quiet. and the ACT Nation
Rockets crowned Indoor Cricket National Champions. This program is not captioned. Almost there. Oh, you're there.
Well, what are we waiting for? No, no! Oh! VOICEOVER:
Oz Lotto's jackpot has stretched to a whopping $30 million. Will your numbers bring you a truckload of cash
this Tuesday?

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Berkeley Prawn Gungahlin United say a physical game will be required t C
get past Sydney Olympic in the FFA side
Cup Round of thirty two. The two Enclosed
sides will meet at Gungahlin for
Enclosed tomorrow night, to fight Casti
for a place in the top sixteen. Encl
Casting their eye over Gungahlin Enclosed, ahead of the biggest matc Obviou
in the club' s short history. cl
Obviously it' s a big deal for the club and all the players involved s fie
we' re really excited. While the Gung
field is a little wet underfoot, th
Gungahlin is hopeful that can help on
them tomorrow night when they take h
on one of Sydney' s best teams. The
home side with a plan on how to kee t
Olympic quiet. We think we' ve got because
to keep quite a physical game gi
because they' re quite technically gifted but we' ve seen in the past ph
they' ve had a couple of losses to know
physical teams so if we just you thei
know use our presence and get in
their face a little bit maybe we ca over
disrupt them. Gungahlin has had over a month to prepare for tomorro play
night' s fixture, but while the ther
players have been busy training, on
there' s been plenty of work going on behind the scenes. It' s require w
a huge effort from a lot of people thi
within the club I think I counted o
this morning something in the order steppe
of eighty volunteers that have club
stepped up to actually help. The t
club hopeful a big crowd will brave
the cold to cheer on the ACT' s onl Hop
team in the round of thirty two. Hope the Canberra supporters come i repr
and support the team because we well
represent Canberra we want to do well for Canberra football. Kick of Encl
is at seven thirty at Gungahlin onlin
Enclosed. Tickets are available five-
online and at the gate. Raiders free
five-eighth Blake Austin will be cl
free to line up against his former esc
club this weekend, after narrowly
escaping suspension. Austin had bee after
facing a week on the sidelines dangerous
after he was charged with a Revi
dangerous throw by the NRL Match ch
Review Committee. However the club l
chose to take the early guilty plea leaving him free to play against th t
Tigers this weekend. The news isn' t quite as good for Edrick Lee, wit
the winger set to miss one week fo e
tripping - despite also taking the tri
early guilty plea. It was a tough Co
trip to North Queensland, with the th
Cowboys coming from behind to down twen
the Raiders thirty two points to wors
twenty four. The result was made fr
worse by a season ending cheekbone Hodgson
fracture to Sia Soliola. Josh w
Hodgson will also miss at least one Flank
week, after injuring his ankle. a
Flanker David Pocock has cleaned up
at the Brumbies annual awards night award
taking home three of the major n
awards on offer. Pocock claimed the Robinso
night' s top prize, the Brett while
Robinson Players' Player award, while also being named Best Forward Yea
and Fan' s Choice Stallion of the Brumb
Year.It was a big night for the anno
Brumbies, with CEO Michael Jones slas
announcing ticket prices will be revealed
slashed next season. He also Inter
revealed the club has signed an Nic
International Halfback to replace announcem
Nic White, with an official d
announcement expected in the coming
days. The ACT Rockets have taken ou Champi
the Australian Indoor Cricket s
Championships. The side proving too Quee
strong for tournament favourites Queensland in the decider. They wen into Nationals with high hopes, bu expect
even the ACT Rockets weren' t silve
expecting to walk away with the t
silverware. Still can' t believe it mas
to be totally honest it' s been a of
massive couple of days it' s a bit of a blur. Up against Queensland in the decider, the Rockets restricted fifty
the defending champions to just fifty one runs, their lowest total smo
of the tournament. But it wasn' t re
smooth sailing for the visitors in reply. Nerves getting the better of
them early in the chase, before the th
hit their straps to post a twenty ch
three run win. To win a first open the
championship for Canberra the ACT Des
there' ll never be a first again. num
Despite getting past Queensland a week,t
number of times throughout the week,the Rockets were always wary o fo
their rivals. Well we versed them t
four times during the week and beat mea
them three times but Queensland I v
mean they' ve been strong for they' they
ve won the title eleven times so
they' re always strong. The side no keen to see just how many titles i can
can add to its collection. If we ha
can keep the group together then I f
have no doubt we can succeed in the g
future but it' s about keeping that and
group together and moving forward ag
and continuing to progress because ther
again we are extremely young and in
there' s no knowing what we can do R
in the future. Vinesh Bennett, Luke McDona
Ryan, Matthew Floros and Grant Austra
McDonald were all named in the
Australian High Performance squad a Wi
the conclusion of the tournament. a
With Alexander Floros also named as NEAF
a development player. Ainslie' s another
NEAFL finals hopes have taken Sydn
another hit, after going down to points
Sydney University by forty two to
points at Alan Ray Oval. Desperate
to snap a losing streak that extend tri
back to round eight, it took the ev
tri-colours more than a quarter to even get on the scoreboard. The hom margi
side never able to reel in the no
margin. The loss means Ainslie has now slipped to ninth, with just fou be
rounds remaining. The news was no better for Eastlake, which went dow to the Giants by ninety two points That is Monday sport, Kerryn Thank weathe
Amy. Don' t go away - All the t
weather details are coming up after the break This program is not captioned. c
Good evening, We have the slight tonig
chance of some showers and snow bef
tonight, mostly clearing tomorrow Wedne
before another front arrives on
Wednesday Sheep Graziers warning fo w
the ACT and Snowy Mountains Severe weather warning cancelled- damaging ov
winds - Snowy mountains Wind gusts over 100km h at Thredbo this mornin and around 25cm of snow in the las thank
24 hours Tonight' s picture is a
thanks to Richi - Beautiful morning forg
at Sun Valley at Perisher Don' t
forget you can follow me on Faceboo weather@
and Twitter, or email me at weather@wintv. Taking a loo today
at temperatures for the region 10-17
today... Sydney 8-19 Wollongong Bate
10-17 Nowra 9- 15 Ulladulla 9-17 0
Batemans Bay 4- 18 Moruya 5-18 Bega Jindab
0-18 Merimbula 1-17 Cooma 2-10 Thredb
Jindabyne -1-2 Perisher -4- -2 4
Thredbo -5- -4 Bombala 2-8 Goulburn Canber
4-9 Yass 1- 10 Gungahlin 4- 11 Bung
Canberra 4 - 11 Queanbeyan 4- 11 c
Bungendore 4- 11 Braidwood 3-11 - A N
cold front is crossing southeastern p
New South Wales while a strong high Bigh
pressure system southwest of the west
Bight extends a ridge across the fron
west and northeast. Another cold the
front will cross the southeast of w
the state on Wednesday and the high Australia
will move over southeastern
Australia in it' s wake. The high i expected to be slow-moving over th ch
next few days. - Slight to medium southeaste
chance of showers over the southeastern inland, increasing to of
high chance on the western slopes 10
of the southern ranges, snow above elsewhere.
1000 metres. Partly cloudy Sli
elsewhere. Southwesterly winds. - north
Slight chance of showers on the to
northern coastal fringe and slight so
to medium chance of showers in the elsewhe
southern inland. Mostly sunny in
elsewhere. Widespread early frosts w
inland. Cold south to southwesterly
winds. Checking the forecast for th a
ACT district, Partly cloudy. Frost and patchy fog in the morning. Ligh winds beComing northwesterl
winds becoming north to mo
northwesterly 15 to 20 km h in the northwes
morning then tending west to mi
northwesterly 20 to 30 km h in the temperat
middle of the day. Overnight temperatures falling to around minu reaching
6 with daytime temperatures -6
reaching between 4 and 9. Canberra Tug
-6-9 Morning frost. Partly cloudy Partl
Tuggeranong -5-9 Morning frost. Morning
Partly cloudy Queanbeyan -6-9 -4-
Morning frost. Partly cloudy Yass Go
-4-10 Morning frost. Partly cloudy c
Goulburn -4-8 Morning frost. Partly
cloudy Checking the forecast for th cle
Snowy Mountains district, Mostly clear. Medium chance of snow shower evening.
about the ranges early this els
evening. Near zero chance of rain
elsewhere. Winds southwesterly 25 t km
35 km h turning westerly 15 to 20 km h in the evening.Perisher -11- - -7-9
Possible late snow shower Cooma Thre
-7-9 Morning frost. Mostly sunny t
Thredbo -11- -4 Late snow shower or Mos
two Jindabyne -8-6 Morning frost. fro
Mostly sunny Bombala -5-8 Morning f
frost. Sunny. Checking the forecast for the South Coast district, Mostl n
sunny. Frost and patchy fog in the
north in the morning. Winds westerl 15 to 20 km h becoming light in th west
middle of the day then becoming i
west to northwesterly 15 to 25 km h temp
in the late afternoon. Overnight minus
temperatures falling to between daytime
minus 3 and 2 above zero with between
daytime temperatures reaching Mos
between 10 and 15. Ulladulla 5-14 Partl
Mostly sunny Batemans Bay -1-14 clo
Partly cloudy Narooma 3-14 Partly 1-
cloudy Bega -1- 14 Sunny Merimbula ex
1-14 Sunny Sunrise for tomorrow is 5:
expected at 6:57 A-M and sunset at foreca
5:23 P-M. Taking a look at the Tu
forecast for the next seven day... cl
Tuesday -6-9 Morning frost. Partly showe
cloudy. Wednesday -2-9 Possible F
shower Thursday -3-11 Partly cloudy -
Friday -5-12 Partly cloudy Saturday Part
-4-13 Partly cloudy Sunday -3-12 sh
Partly cloudy Monday 0-13 Possible shower Now it' s back to Kerryn, to
Johnston.....Good night. Recapping ser
tonight' s top stories- Emergency suspic
services are investigating two Fyshwi
suspicious packages found at a th
Fyshwick and Belconnen today. More Fyshwic
than one hundred staff at the quarantined
Fyshwick Mail Centre were Im
quarantined, while a department of lock-d
Immigration Building went into un
lock-down. And an investigation is
underway - after a tunnel was found New
in Goulburn jail.And that' s WIN s
News for this Monday Night. To view Ne
some of our reports, visit the WIN l
News Canberra Facebook page. We' ll ponie
leave you with some pictures of hor
ponies and horses celebrating the t
horses birthday at the weekend - at the newly upgraded Pegasus farm.. I m Kerryn Johnston.....Good night. Everything's been great at home.

Yeah, well, we had
that rockety patch last year.

Yeah, but we're fine now.

We decided to down-size.
Yeah, we sold the bighouse.

Why did we have to move?

Mum thought It'd be a great idea if
we moved to the city!Mum thought?

It was her idea.
His idea.

It was totally his.You make it sound
like it was amistake.

We have a great marriage.
We both want the samethings.

Pretty much...

I don't care that
no one likes you at work, I like you.

I never said no one likes me.

We've decided
that two kids, is perfect.

Oh, we haven't ruled out a third.
Yes, we have, sweetie.

No, we haven't, darling.
We have a third,Happy.

Happy is a Guinea Pig.

Angie is four.
And three quarters.

She's amazing.
Tony's got a newgirlfriend.

I don't have a new girlfriend...
..She's just a girl.

I was thinking maybe
we can, mhm, go on a date.