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Medals awarded to Australia' s young to Australia' s youngest VC winner have been o ner have been handed o over
youngest VC winner have been handed over to the Australian War i e Australian War Memorial i over to the Australian War Memorial b
being
in Canberra and his heroic story is being told for the first time in loing told for the first time in a lo long
being told for the first time in a long time. A brave soldier - ong time. A brave soldier - at
eighteen.
long time. A brave soldier - at only eighteen. He gave us a greater sense of what it means to be an Australian The medals belonging to William Jackson - or Bill as he' k iam Jackson - or Bill as he' s k known
William Jackson - or Bill as he' s to
today
known by friends and family - were today on display at the Wa on display at the Australian Wa War
today on display at the Australian War Mermorial. They' ll be housed at the museum for the next five years - giving visitors an insight into the extraordinary life of the country' s youngest Victoria rountry' s youngest Victoria Cross re recipi
country' s youngest Victoria Cross recipient. his medals were sold
2008,
recipient. his medals were sold in 2008, and the avid collector pur and the avid collector who pur purchased
2008, and the avid collector who purchased them, a private he sed them, a private citizen, he purchased them, a private citizen, he then died and his widow approached us Bill enlisted in approached us Bill enlisted in the lying
Australian Imperial Force in 1915 - lying about his age telling authoritt his age telling authorities he was 18 but really was only 17. He spent the next year in Gallipoli before sailing to the Wallipoli before sailing to the saved
Western Front - where he helped me
men
saved the lives of several wounded men - despite copping a heavy du pite copping a heavy blow du during
men - despite copping a heavy blow during an artillery fight. it' s pr artillery fight. it' s practically severs his arm, it' s hanging by a singular muscle
the
hanging by a singular muscle For the next 30 minutes with his arm in a very state of disrepair he o disrepair he heads o a very state of disrepair he heads land
out and goes back into no man' s wound
wounded
land to continue recovering the minutes
wounded which he does for another 30 minutes The Memorial now has seventy four of the one hundred r
Victoria Cross medals handed out to remarkable Australians. Private
Jac
remarkable Australians. Private Bill the
Jackson' s will be on display to the public from tomorrow. Mia ia WIN
the public from tomorrow. Mia Glover WIN News To Maryborough in V aryborough in Central V WIN News To Maryborough in Central Victoria where there' s a 15- year-ol ' s a 15- year-old with a rare disease that' -old with a rare disease that' led
year-old with a rare disease that' s transpla
transplant
led to her getting a kidney transplant from her dad and unansplant from her dad and survive
survive.
undergoing many operations to survive. Peppa Breitinger- was t ppa Breitinger- was only t survive. Peppa Breitinger- was only diagn
diagnosed
twelve- -years-old when she was Scleroder
Scleroderma.
diagnosed with rare type of Scleroderma. An auto-immune disease conne
resulting in abnormal growth of connective tissue, and hardening
connective tissue, and hardening her physical
physically
skin to the point where she use
physically cannot move. You get used to it over the time, but it p he time, but it is p pretty
used to it over the time, but it is pretty scary as well. Peppa' Sretty scary as well. Peppa' s Syst Systemic
pretty scary as well. Peppa' s Systemic Scleroderma, attacks her body from the inside, Paralysing vital organs which sent her to I-C-U fighting for life last year, after her kidneys shut down. Leaving her
I
in desperate need of a new kidney. I didn' t have a moments have a moments I didn' t have a moments hesitation for
forced
to donate. Peppa' s family was M
forced to make the two hour trek to Melbourne, three times a week, selbourne, three times a week, for se seven
Melbourne, three times a week, for chemotherapy
seven hours of specified of
chemotherapy to slow the progression of the disease. Peppa just virtual se. Peppa just virtually crawled out of bed and
was
virtually crawled out of bed and she was stooped over and she could kne
knew
hardly move. At that point they knew something was wrong, and ng, and her
knew something was wrong, and rushed her to a specialist at the Royal Children' s who later diagnosed h w who later diagnosed her w with
Children' s who later diagnosed her with Scleroderma. Unfortunately, there is no cure. Now at the age of fifteen- , Peppa' s immune system
slowly
fifteen- , Peppa' s immune system is slowly deteriorating. But still
regardless of her pain, she says she still stays strong for her w strong for her parents w still stays strong for her parents who are now dedicating their w dedicating their life finding
who are now dedicating their life to wouldn'
finding a cure. I' m so happy, I wouldn' t be here if it wasn' t for them. To donate, visit ' Polka Dots for Peppa' on the go-fund-me News
website. Kathleen O' Connor, Win News.

Scientists have returned to Cairns returned to Cairns from a research mission in the Coral Sea that turned up some twelv
surprising findings. It was a Cora
twelve day discovery tour in the A
Coral Sea, that didn' t disappoint. A clean up crew returned with a bount ned with a
this
bounty, and scientists did too. On spe
species
this trip we managed to find two species. So they' re the first record rst records of reptiles in the coral sea re
islands to ever that' s ever been recorded. A crew of twenty-four specialists boarded two vessels to explore remote inlets and cays in largely
the marine reserve - which is one-hundr
one-hundred
largely un-explored. Around one-hundred and twenty insect species were found on land the s were found on land during the species were found on land during the exploration. It seems like there' s a lot of chance in these insects getting blown over. Some tsects getting blown over. Some of t them
insects getting blown over. Some of an
them land and survive, others land and die off. So the communities are similar but there' s always a differe always a different flavour on each Island, whirent flavour on each Island, which is kind of nice. The Seh is kind of nice. The Coral Se Sea
which is kind of nice. The Coral Sea covers nearly one-million
Sea covers nearly one-million square w
which
kilometres of near pristine ocean, infiltrat
infiltrated
which is increasingly being It'
infiltrated by tonnes of rubbish. It' s bad news for the b for the environment, b but
It' s bad news for the environment,
but also challenging for scientists. One thing that does concern us a l One thing that does concern us a gar
garbage
little bit is that these rafts of garbage can actually carry ba e can actually carry species ba back
garbage can actually carry species back and forth. So we found that ther d that that
there were a few pieces of styrofoam an
that had ant colonies in them, so n
next
ants can get from one island to the next or get to the mainland. The det
research is now being collated to disc
discover
determine the full weight of the discoveries. Sacha Passi, WIN News.

Sou
Refugee Week in Wagga in the New South Wales Riverina is tth Wales Riverina is celebrating t the
South Wales Riverina is celebrating the arrival of dozens of ival of dozens of families
the arrival of dozens of families in the region this financial year alone. John Naing and his family arrne. John Naing and his family arrived in Wagga two months ago, and already, it feels like home. beautiful... Because of so many people welcome to us, so we are feeling very happy John, Om-Sing Burmese
and their son Christopher are Malays
Malaysia
Burmese nationals, who were in
to
Malaysia for six years before coming their
to Australia. They' ve settled into o
their new home in Tolland, and are overwhelmed with the welcome they' saw
ve received. every people, when we saw them they are smiling John he'
has started a TAFE course and admits he' s learning more and more d rning more and more every d day.
he' s learning more and more every day. His infectious smile and persona le and personality shining through as Enrsonality shining through as his En personality shining through as his spe
speaki
English improves. I am learning read
speaking english and writing and
reading especially for conversation wi
Deirdre Moulden has been working years
with refugees for more than ten arriv
arrive,
years, and says when they first arrive, every day is a big c every day is a big learning c curve.
arrive, every day is a big learning curve. gradually, every day our ho
families learn soemthing new, like how to use an ATM, how to catch a Refu
Refugee
bus, where the good shops are +w Refugee Week is a chance to celebrate a chance to celebrate the unique skills and benefits of our multicultural communi al community. a lot of our families
very
speak three languages, they' ve very very valuable once they get out uery valuable once they get out of u very valuable once they get out of university and get out into hospitaity and get out into Members
hospitals and into schools +w Members of the community will s of the community will have
Members of the community will have a chance to meet their new friends and neighbours, at a big cultural celebration featuring food and entert eaturing food and a
at
entertainment. It all gets underway fr
from
at the Henshke Primary School hall from eleven A-M. m eleven A-M. +w
To the daring skydiver who took the Qu
Queensland'
plunge over the Sunshine Coast in c
cancer,
Queensland' s south east for breast cancer, thanks for dropping in. £cer, thanks for dropping in. £ DANGER ZONE MUSIC £ +w The Shark Ta MUSIC £ +w The Shark Tank' s Steve Baxter' s no tnk' s Steve Baxter' s no stranger t to
Tank' s Steve Baxter' s no stranger to a cockpit. Flying' s one of the millionaire' s hobbies.. ..but today' s flight will be a little po
posit
different. Negative G forces and positive G forces and blacking out soooo I' m looking forward to this! +w The challenge - an aerobatic flight, in an aircraft used for compe or competition. I have my sick bag
competition. I have my sick bag so tod
today
I think this could come in handy brie
briefing
today just in case. We did a briefing a little while ago - triefing a little while ago - half th briefing a little while ago - half the briefing' s about how he stays conscious during the flight. So it' s pretty full on. It' s all for the Breast Cancer Foundation' s er Foundation' s
Men
the Breast Cancer Foundation' s Real Men Wear Pink Campaign, getting men more involved in raising money for ta
take
the disease - and helping research Onc
Once
take off. £ Wooo okey dokey £ a
anythi
Once above two thousand feet it was anything but straight and level. straight and level. Alright
anything but straight and level. £ It
Alright upside down ha ha ha. £ It wasn' t long before that sick
was
It wasn' t long before that sick bag was in danger of being used.. £Ready to call it quits when you are g
ground
mate aye £ ...safely back on the sho
ground - Pilot Colin had one more shot... £ Engine noise £ I thin £ I think for the day it was a win, so shirt
my beautiful real men wear pink shirt on, unblemished which is fantas which is fantastic. To donate- visit r meastic. To donate- visit real me men
fantastic. To donate- visit real WOULD
men wear pink dot org dot au.
WOULD YOU DO IT AGAIN? No. No. Haha. Philip Calder, WIN News.

s
A yearly debating contest for high
school students in Orange in the New South Wales Central West has been h Wales Central West has been big
South Wales Central West has been a big success and you can' t argue with that. Should the legal drth that. Should the legal drinking age be lifted to the age of twenty one ? That' s what f e ? That' s what students f from
twenty one ? That' s what students from Dubbo and Orange High Schools had to debate as part of the Mulvey Cup competition in Dubbo. We came the
up with four topics each and then they got mixed up from each of the debating teams and schools, and
debating teams and schools, and then they got mixed up and then the choice comes out with the students. A
Astley
The comp runs at the same time as coun
Astley Cup; however, it doesn' t count towards the points. But it calle
is actually its own competition called the Mulvey Cup so while runed the Mulvey Cup so while we run called the Mulvey Cup so while we run at the same time as Astley Cup, the points don' t count towards the competi
competition,
Astley Cup, bit it' s its own T
These
competition, completely separate. These high school students are either s are eighteen
eighteenth
either on the brink of their e
eighteenth birthday, or are already every
everyone
eighteen, so it was a topic not everyone agreed on. Unfortunately we don' t agree with the topic, so it makes it quite hard. But you
have
it makes it quite hard. But you just ju
just
have to realise with debating you pr
principle
just have to put forward ideas and principles and then just debate
principles and then just debate that sophisticated
as consistently and as sophisticated as you can. Well Orange
I' m on the negative team with Orange High School so that means we' keeping
re going to be saying we need to be keeping it at eighteen and that d t eighteen and that we d don'
keeping it at eighteen and that we twent
don' t feel that changing it to be
twenty one is actually going to be beneficial and there are other t l and there are other ways t to
beneficial and there are other ways to go about the drinking problem.
to go about the drinking problem. +w Orange has taken on Dubbo recently, and had a successful result. We actually debated this team in the last week or so in the Premier' s debating challenge, so we' ve had a win over them recently, but my d over them recently, but my team d did
win over them recently, but my team did stress that they were a very n
tough team. So yeah we' re a little D
Dubbo'
nervous. However, luck wasn' t on Dubbo' s side, with Orange High winni nge High agai
again.
winning the adjudicator over yet again. Annabelle Amos, WIN News

Sheppart
Shepparton
A fitness instructor from Shepparton in Victoria' s north ctoria' s north
Shepparton in Victoria' s north east has won an award that' s got her heart racing. Nominated by her c minated by her work c colleagues
heart racing. Nominated by her work Aquamoves...
colleagues at Shepparton Aquamoves... ...Bec Pariss has cuamoves... ...Bec Pariss has been crowned
Aquamoves... ...Bec Pariss has been Instr
crowned the Victorian Group Exercise Instructor of the Year. She says, she works more efficiently in a group environment. If you' re brand new, especially if you' re brand new to fitness, group fitness i ess, group fitness E
is the way to start. It' s so good. Everything, um, the instructor
you
Everything, um, the instructor tells you what to do, so you don' t t do, so you don' t have t you what to do, so you don' t have to think about it. Ms Pariss instructs a range of Les Mills programs... ...including Body B . ...including Body Step, B Body
programs... ...including Body Step, Body Combat and Sh' Bam. The twenty-t Bam. The twenty-three year old says, it' s she loves the adrenaline. It' s sweating, it' s smiling; it' s a work s a workout, but it doesn' t feel lik yo t, but it doesn' t feel like yo you'
workout, but it doesn' t feel like th
you' re working out. So you get to like
the end of the class and you' re s
like ' Woah! That was massive!' + s encouraged her to pursue her career as an instructor. While it'
career as an instructor. While it' s ...Sh
her job to motivate members... ...She says, it' s always been the see
other way around. I only get to that
see them for fifty-five minutes, but that fifty-five minutes can t minutes can change t
their
that fifty-five minutes can change their lives, so it' s great. Stephanie Atkins, WIN NEWS. And we' ll have more All Australian News a l Australian News in a ll have more All Australian News in a moment.

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This program is not captioned. fisher
fishermen
a moment. Twenty-eight illegal Cairns
fishermen have been banned off Cairns in Queensland' s far ands in Queensland' s far north and Cairns in Queensland' s far north marchin
and they' ve been given their marching orders to return to their da
darkness,
home country. Under the cover of
were
darkness, twenty-six Vietnamese crew Wollongon
Wollongong
were escorted from H-M-A-S Wollongong overnight, a joint force
Wollongong overnight, a joint border force uncovered eight tonnes of sea tur
turtle
cucumbers, and a small amount of turtle meat and reef fish, aboard their vessels in the Coral Sea. Two Vietnamese fishing vessels a mese fishing vessels were a Two Vietnamese fishing vessels were abou
about
apprehended on Tuesday the 21st, about 450 miles off the Queensland illega
Coast. It' s the third major intercepted
illegal fishing operation intercepted this year, and the invasi and the beco
becoming
invasion of Australian waters is Governme
Government.
becoming a serious issue for Government. The last thing that
need
Government. The last thing that we need to do is have illegals coming in here and taking who knows how Australi
much of the product that is here for twent
Australian fisheries. +w This year, twenty tonnes of bech-de-mere has been lost to foreign thelost to foreign fishermen,in the been lost to foreign fishermen,in fo
found
the latest, almost nine tonnes was Diane
found aboard the two vessels at tonnes
Diane Bank, two weeks ago, six tonnes was illegally hauled at nearby y hauled at nearby Lihou Reef by a crew of po
point
thirty Vietnamese, adding to eight point seven tonnes harvested in March sted in March by twenty-eight Vietnamese in dou
doubt
the Lockhart River. There' s no doubt that Australia has a re at Australia has a massive re doubt that Australia has a massive reputation as having some of the wor
most sustainable fisheries in the world which means our fish stocks are good so obviously that tells
rest
are good so obviously that tells the we
rest of the world what a good job we' re doing but it would make us t' re doing but it would make us a t we' re doing but it would make us a easy
target for people who want to go Immi
Immigration
easy fishing. The Minister for has
Immigration and Border Protection government
has praised the efforts of government agencies protecting bo ment agencies protecting our bo borders.
government agencies protecting our borders. The crew have been
borders. The crew have been deported WIN
to Darwin for trial. Anna Rawlings, WIN News.

A fund-raising drive has started for -raising drive has started for the small community of Picton South
devastated by floods in the New Walk
Walking
South Wales Maccarthur Region. Scho
Walking into Sugar and Spice Pre School is normally a time of fun activity,
School is normally a time of fun and fortnight
activity, but for the past "We
fortnight it' s been anything but. we
"We actually closed for two days so we couldn' t actually open the centr open the centre..." we couldn' t actually open the damaged
centre..." The playground - damaged and desolate, The storm
damaged and desolate, The storm that rocked the town, taking its toll on kids
the centre, too. "Some of the like
kids are a bit to see the playground like this, they' re not used to this sorta thing and they wanna go out and play but yeah t but yeah unfortunately t they
out and play but yeah unfortunately Through
they can' t at the moment." colourful
Through the gloom though, a colourful community campaign is busi
business
lifting spirits. "Almost every clos
closed,
business in Picton has its doors closed, or had its doors closed,
some
closed, or had its doors closed, for some time, but lots of a ts of individuals a some time, but lots of individuals out
as well, and we just wanna help them W
out anyway we can." +w Wellies for Wollondilly- a week-long fundraiser, d
down
with schools and businesses up and weat
down the coast asked to wear wet collectio
collection
weather gear, and take up a collection to go towards the Mayor' s relief fund. "It' s just
the
s relief fund. "It' s just showing the people, our local community, that we still, we' re still till, we' re still of
that we still, we' re still thinking storm."
of them 2 weeks on since the storm." +w Member for Wollondilly St
State
Jai Rowell got in on the action at Pe
State Parliament, staff at Derk' s firs
first
Pet and Rural Store- some of the first to embrace the initiative, locally. "To see what Picton has as
been through, being as part of it, as much as we can, where we can, means everything for us." For means everything for us." For more conta
contact
information on how to donate - "Anythi
contact Wollondilly Shire Council. "Anything that you can do to m you can do to raise m money
"Anything that you can do to raise money for Picton is gonna help." +w p." +w





school
Children and parents from a Queen
Queensland'
school on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland' s south east have outh east have
Queensland' s south east have staged a protest against a saprotest against a controversial sa sand
a protest against a controversial sand extractionn project in Kuluin. ke
£ Stop the Maroochy Sand Mine, proj
project
keep our kids safe! £ +w It' s a project residents have been fighting ba
bad
against, for months. It' s just bad planning, a bad idea, bad cod planning, a bad idea, bad concept. This morning, around thirt und children,
thirty mums, dads and their children, gathered in Fisherman' s Road Park, in protest of the proposed in protest of the development,
proposed sand extraction development, and its close
to
development, and its close proximity Colle
College.
to the Motessori International College. We have such beautiful
A
children and families that go there. A lot of people don' t realise it' s going to be within a couple hundg to be within a couple of hund hundred
s going to be within a couple of extr
extraction
hundred metres from a large sand the
extraction facility. +w I think c
they' ll recognise that everyone is wh
who'
concerned. From the smallest child who' s smart enough to think about what' s going on, to the adults, backing
parents and community who are backing the Montessori School tacking the Montessori School here to today.
backing the Montessori School here today. Residents say no matter what environmental and safety operation
conditions are applied, the h
hous
operation is too close to a growing housing estate and school. ersing estate and school. Human er error,
housing estate and school. Human error, extreme weather events can happen and that' s going to put our children at risk. +w The of n at risk. +w The developer of children at risk. +w The developer of the project has previously assured locals, there will be no blasting, crushing or dying done t rushing or dying done on t the
blasting, crushing or dying done on the site. Ultimately we need to ensure that the community has its say s its say and if there' s any real subsand if there' s any real substantive risks, particularly to the hell of young kids, then it needs n it needs to be addressed. I' m baffled that this is even being considered. It seems completely the wrong spot to place a sandmine. It' Sunshine
s really in the heart of the m
Sunshine Coast. Council is yet to Melan
Melanie
make a decision on the project. Melanie Vujkovic WIN News.

A new space for up and coming N
New
artists has opened in Orange in the Pictu
Picture
New South Wales Central West. Picture by picture, Orange' s picture, Orange' s
Picture by picture, Orange' s Ludlow art
Creative Space is coming alive. The art gallery is the brain child gr ry is the brain child of gr graphic
art gallery is the brain child of Day
graphic designers Sonny and Biddy not
Day. The space is hoping to showcase not only pieces of work but the artists themselves. well what we deepe
deeper
want to try and do is foster a, deeper creative scene to the one that the one that' s already established in Orange dy established in fantasti
Orange, ' cause Orange has a fantastic visual arts community.
what
fantastic visual arts community. And what we want to do is add la e want to do is add another la layer
what we want to do is add another layer to the cake so to speak. Gall to speak. Gall Gallery
layer to the cake so to speak. Gallery owner Sonny is getting to
Gallery owner Sonny is getting ready to handle some of the pieces produce some of the pieces produced by well established artists,y well established artists, but not the traditional commerci
kind. They' ll be exhibiting desig
commercial art styles including design and illustration. so that' creativity
s the kind of art that and creativity that doesn' t really have moment,
a voice in the region at the moment, and what we want to do is give that, those forms, a wider Once
appeal to the whole community. fill
filled
Once opened, the gallery will be filled with artists' work from not only Orange and Sydney, but around the globe. we' re getting some t obe. we' re getting some of t
the
the globe. we' re getting some of wo
world
the best in the country and in the world in this show and that' s, it' sld in this show and that' s, it' s a big thing and I' m very fortung thing and I' m very fortunate that these people have said le have said yes and are excited about the regio
region.
opportunities of showing in the region. The opening show will be tegion. The opening show will be the first of several this year, several this year,
plans
the first of several this year, with plans for a childrens exhibit also in the works. For more information head to their website. James Wilson Win News.

Win News. Splashing eight-million Yepp
Yeppoon
dollars on a culture precinct in Co
Coast
Yeppoon aims to make the Capricorn I
It'
Coast Queensland' s arts capital. It' s the popular and welcoming cu
cultural
beachside town, about to undergo a cultural transformation. We could make Yeppoon and this region, the
it'
arts capital of Queensland. Look it' s an exciting partnership project, and we' re doing the feasibi we' re doing the feasibi feasibilit
project, and we' re doing the feasibilities now and the w ibilities now and the planning, w we'
feasibilities now and the planning, we' ll obviously need to get an' ll obviously need to get state an we' ll obviously need to get state
plan
and or federal support for it. The plan would see a dedicated arts arts culture
plan would see a dedicated arts and middl
middle
culture precinct, right in the Sh
Shire
middle of Yeppoon. The Livingstone Hill
Hill,
Shire Mayor is looking to Broken inspira
inspiration.
Hill, in New South Wales, for
that
inspiration. Where you had an area re
that had a huge downturn in their t
resource sector, and have looked to transform their area, focusing on cul ng on culture and the arts. +w The plan would involve moving the CQU ild involve moving the CQU campus i into
would involve moving the CQU campus into the centre of town and mor
into the centre of town and building more dedicated galleries and alleries and for
more dedicated galleries and spaces for the arts to grow. We have a sm arts to grow. We have a coul
small campus in Yeppoon, what we could do is relocate that right in th elocate that right in centre
the middle of town and make that the centre for all of the arts rts within
centre for all of the arts activity a
within the university. As well as the construction of a C- the construction of a dedicated C- C-Q
as the construction of a dedicated C-Q University arts campus, the concept also flags the possibility of a civic library and arts tf a civic library and arts gallery t of a civic library and arts gallery to be built here, next to the Town Hall. To have those campus offeri us offerings there, to be bringing
offerings there, to be bringing both national and international in,
national and international students in, that will be a great economic generator in itself. Laura Gardiner, WIN News.



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WOMAN: And the final supplementary -
28. Guys,
we've got another jackpot winner. (Alarm)

(Hums) Oh! (Hums, gasps, exclaims)

(All exclaim)

Ooh. Strawberries. Here we go again.
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a truckload of cash this Tuesday?

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business
Canberra' s the place to be for business - that' s the message t - that' s the message from t two
business - that' s the message from multi-mil
multi-million
two companies that have won multi-million dollar grants.Life saving technology keeping drivers Seeing
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driver'
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concentration. We take a lot of pride in the fact that in the fact that everything
do
pride in the fact that everything we do here is about making life f is about making life safer f for
do here is about making life safer for our operators and their loc
local
families. They' re not the only local company looking to change w looking to change the w world
local company looking to change the world - start-up Mineral world - start-up Mineral Carbonation international has developed a system to convert Carbon Dioxide emissions into products for the looki
looking
construction industry. We' re fire
looking at integrating with coal power
fired power stations, gas fired power stations, cement plants, nts, plants
power stations, cement plants, steel CO2
plants - anywhere where you' ve got very
CO2 - we' re hoping to do this on a very large scale. +w Both are
very large scale. +w Both companies are seeing big demand for their products overseas - and now tha to cts overseas - and now thanks to products overseas - and now thanks to multi-million dollar grants from the AusIndustry run Co- Operative Research Programme they' re t ch Programme they' re looking t Research Programme they' re looking to expand. It allows us to work with industry - it' s one of the requirements of the grant: Ron Finemo : Ron Finemore transport, a good o sport, a good customer o Finemore transport, a good customer of ours has agreed to urs has agreed to participate
the
of ours has agreed to participate in the research, partnered also with Monash University. It' s a very gonash University. It' s a very good grant structure - we' re one d grant structure - we' re one eleve
good grant structure - we' re one of eleven recipients - ninety applicant ninety applicants so we' re very excited that we' ve been chosen as a as a that
that we' ve been chosen as a project si
that they see as being nationally deman
demand
significant. But despite that demand from around the country and internationally both businesses n th businesses see n internationally both businesses see
with
no reason to take the money and run, provid
providing
with Canberra' s universities providing a ready supply of ready supply of staff.
providing a ready supply of talented staff. Canberra is an ideas factory, we' re very excited about
being here. Harry Frost, WIN News. It' s flood season in the New season in the New It' s flood season in the New South a
Wales Central West and it' s led to voluntee
a big lift in the number of volunteers joining Canowindra SES. They' re available twenty four hours four hours a day, volunteering to help in times of natural disaster. The Centr ster. The SES
Central West has seen an increase in SES volunteers, with numbers more Uni
than doubling. For the Canowindra be
better
Unit this couldn' t have come at a better time. It' s something that they' ve gone, wow I didn' t understa ow I didn' t understand that we actually did that, so they' re quite excited to do it, they thought it was new,
do it, they thought it was something new, and they' ve certainly learnt something new over the last of ew over the last couple of something new over the last couple of days. The increase means there' s more people to lend a helping tw
twelve
hand when disaster strikes. Just v
twelve months ago the number of SES volunteers in the region was only five people. But after a successful no
now
recruiting campaign that number is now up to thirteen, with people in ages ranging from mid twenties throug mid twenties
the
through to their late forties With the recent severe weather, the their
newest recruits have been putting s
their new skills to the test. There' s been an increase in volunteer ,
registrations across the state. l .g , we' ve had more than five than five
, we' ve had more than five hundred to
and thirty people register interest to volunteer with the SES, just l he SES, just in l light
to volunteer with the SES, just in light of the recent severe th f the recent severe weather th that
light of the recent severe weather that we' ve had. So it' s good to w
see that there are people out there when times are tough they' re willing h they' re willing to put their hand up and help their community .l .w But even though there' s been an increase, the SES is always looking for more recruits. Are we still looking
recruits. Are we still looking for new members here? Yes, Bew members here? Yes, absolutely. B Because
new members here? Yes, absolutely. t
Because it' s important, because of which
the flood problem here in Canowindra to
which we all know about, we' d like to see more members join up the SES. +w Lauren Irvine, WIN News.



cel
A place packed with history is i
celebrating its centenary in Cairns in Queensland' s far north. The pioneers who shaped Cairns to o shaped Cairns to
the
pioneers who shaped Cairns to become the city it is today, lay in the A
ground at Martyn Street Cemetery... Among the most prominent is AJ Draper AJ Draper, whose headstone has hardly weathered over the years. It is con
condition,
really beautiful and in wonderful condition, compared to some of them around. We can' t explain that. wa ' t explain that. He wa around. We can' t explain that. He the
was a mayor of Cairns and he lies there with his wife. While AJ Draper contributed significantly to the community over the years, the Cairns and District Family History Society wants to focus on those who aren' t in the history books... mren' t in the history books... The m aren' t in the history books... The wh
whose
men and women without photographs, whose names aren' t widely recognismes aren' t widely recognised. That hard worker, ard worker,
recognised. That hard worker, who' s done just as much as that person who was always in the newspaper. They might have done just as much Th
Those
but just has a little headstone. Those are the stories that Cynthia Ed he stories that Cynthia S
She'
Edwards wants to share with locals. She' s organised free guided tours of the cemetery for the next two week two weekends. Councillor Terry James twent
welcomes the initiative, saying year
years
twenty-sixteen marks one-hundred founded.
years since the cemetery was
that
founded. It' s one of those places ou
our
that we drive past everyday doing our business but we don' t stop to for one minute to think there' s a history
lot of history there and this is the families
history of a lot of the old families of Cairns. For more information, contact the Botanic Gardrmation, contact the Botanic Gardens Visitors Centre. Sacha Passi, WIN , WIN News.

Farmers say their livelihoods depend on precious ground water and that' s why they' re fighting bhat' s why they' re fighting plans b that' s why they' re fighting plans by a company to sink six new in y to sink six new bores in by a company to sink six new bores
s
in the Lockyer Valley in Queensland' two-thousand-and-
two-thousand-and-five
s south east. In two-thousand-and-five the State government placed a total ban on new now
bores in south-east Queensland. But for
now it' s given Nexus permission for six, potentially drawing six- hundred-and-ninety-five mega nety-five mega
hundred-and-ninety-five mega litres, hundred-and-seven
equivalent to two- hundred-and-seventy-eight sundred-and-seventy-eight Olympic siz hundred-and-seventy-eight Olympic size swimming pools, out of the Lockyer' s water aquifers. And farmer r aquifers. And farmers are furious. Waters everyth furious. Waters everything to us and there just going to be able to extract water like, its not real good. There' s ple its not real good. There' s plenty of other water for them to use instead of using good agriculturaof using good tot
agricultural water. It' s our total livelihood without it we can' t survive. Lockyer Valley Mayor Tanya Milligan is also bewildered, t
to
and says the State government needs to provide funding to explore new alternative water supplies for such projects in the region. That amount of water for instance if h water for instance if you h had
amount of water for instance if you
three
had an average size broccoli farm to b
three years worth of water on that broccoli farm which could probably yield back to the farmer in our regio mer in our Nexu
Nexus
region eleven million dollars. Nexus will use the underground
Nexus will use the underground water conc
for road bases, landscaping and concreting during construction of buildin
the crossing. This is state building infrastructure that is of a
vital importance and this temporary allocation of water permits with clos permits with not
close monitoring I think is valuable not only to the region but also Queensland. Nexus says it may
more
Queensland. Nexus says it may make more applications to use bore water throughout the project. Martin Bunyard, WIN News.

We' ll be back after the break
more
We' ll be back after the break with more All Australian News. us for WIN News tonight at 7 . Good i
afternoon. The S-E-S ranks boosted graduati
in Canberra with 26 recruits de
graduating from basic training and agents
deployed to units. Real estate Canberra
agents surprised at how well perfor
Canberra' s property market is settl
performing despite cold weather cou
settling in. And the Raiders left over
counting the cost of a tough win possibl
over the Gold Coast Titans. A fo
possible shower this arvo. Join us
for National News at 6 and WIN Local news at 7 This program is not captioned.

No way that GST will ever be
part of our policy. MAN: Never ever?
Never ever, it's dead. VOICE-OVER: He introduced the GST. No cuts to education,
no cuts to health. He savagely cut
health and education. Medicare will never ever
be privatised. Now he wants to privatise Medicare. The Liberals say one thing
and do another.

This program is not captioned. fere All Australian News. Public fee feedback
more All Australian News. Public propose
feedback is being sought on a Dam
proposed pipeline from Burrendong Dam to the New South Wales Pl e New South Wales Western Pl Plains.
Dam to the New South Wales Western Plains. Parts of the Central West have recorded their wettest June on record, people aren' t really ple aren' t
really thinking about drought at the Regi
Regional
moment; however, Western Plains o
on
Regional Council has just put plans
on display for a pipeline connecting Welling
Wellington,
Burrendong Dam connecting to Cou
Council'
Wellington, Geurie and Dubbo. Council' s been working with the offi ng with the office of water for over 12 no of water for over 12 months no now,
office of water for over 12 months now, and tried to plan for the scenar an for the scenario for the worst drought on op
optio
record. There are two proposed options for the pipeline plan; howions for the pipeline plan; however, both of them will follow Pipel
the Macquarie River downstream. con
contro
Pipelines like this one have been a
controversial in the past; however, administrator Michael Kneipp says this will ensure the region' s this will ensure the region' s water bu
security. Not very different, but basically they follow the follow the but basically they follow the course of the river, and so the idea
be
of the river, and so the idea would fed
be that the system would be gravity B
fed and it would go down hill from Burrendong, right through Wel ong, right through Geurie, Wel Burrendong, right through Geurie, pl
plans
Wellington and to Dubbo. While it
plans for the pipeline are only in its initial stages, it' s expected it will cost upwards of ninety millio f ninety million dollars, and council doesn'
woul
t expect to do it alone. Council wouldn' t have those funds. We would look at the model of the Orange of the Orange one where the Federal Govnge one where the Federal Government, State Government and Loca Government and Local Government all contributed to the
that project and we' d be looking at the same thing for the Wellinme thing for the Wellington-Dubbo pipeline. You can view the plans on council' s website and have your say.

Easing planning laws so ing laws so
Easing planning laws so residents f
family
can subdivide to provide space for family to build has been raised at a Queensland
forum in Toowoomba on the Queensland Darling Downs. The property
Sampsons have a large cattle property between Withcott and Helidon Withcott and Helidon. They want to keep it in the family but are being hampered by Staily but are being hampered by State Government legislation. We' last
ve been looking to subdivide for the last three years so my husband and I can move and help my Dad out w t help my Dad out with t the
I can move and help my Dad out with s
the farm. But without being able to subdivide, we can' t get a loan to build a house. It' s a common story facing rural families; one that one that is forcing a new generation of f new generation of farmers, off the land. I think rural areas, regional areas are stay
dying because not enough people can stay here. It' s going to be a high profile issue at the Shaping South East Queensland Forums. so in
we' re hoping to explore that more in these conversations, so we getthese conversations, so we can get in these conversations, so we can get a better understanding of it tter understanding of what it get a better understanding of what it means to these communities. No ans to these communities. Now' s when they can have their input eir input, but of course, if it does go wrong you know who will be to d u know who will be to blame d don'
wrong you know who will be to blame don' t you, that' s the normal
with
don' t you, that' s the normal thing with people but the reality is, lity is, with people but the reality is, now is an opportunity. Feedback from the forums will be used to develop the SEQ Regional strategic plan - a f ategic plan - a framework for the future aimed at making communities better, more liveable and more sustainable tiveable and more sustainable over th liveable and more sustainable over the next fifty years. so it informsfifty years. so it informs the local planning schemes about where development should occur, uld occur, how we want to live in our space, where infrastructure should go, the type of housing we need for our community. There' ll be anoth be another public forum in Toowoomba
another public forum in Toowoomba on nee
needed
Saturday, with final submissions pla
needed by next Wednesday. A draft plan will then be compiled and released in October for further public feedback. You can have your web
website.
say on the Queensland Government website. Stacey Silver WIN News.

every
everywhere
A call has gone out to artists str
street-art
everywhere to take part in a mega street-art project on the Sun Co -art project on the Sunshine Co Coast
street-art project on the Sunshine
Coast in Queensland' s south east. Qu
£ Music - ukulele £ As one of h
hubs,
Queensland' s most vibrant cultural hubs, the Sunshine Coast is a rookery for artistic talent. " There is the opportunity for us gr the opportunity for us to gr grow
There is the opportunity for us to grow and really make us a landmark Ov
Over
on a more international scale. " Over ten days in September, our strong arts and cultural scene will be on show for the world to see c the world to see and c be on show for the world to see and celebrate. "I hope this brings a lo te. "I hope this brings a reali
realise
lot to the surface and makes us realise we have plenty to do and plenty to offer in arts and o er in arts and culture o on
plenty to offer in arts and culture on the Sunshine Coast. " h ne Coast. " Swapping h on the Sunshine Coast. " Swapping Austra
Australian
his guitar for the big screen, Mur
Murray
Australian singer songwriter Pete Murray will make his theatrical debut, £ Presents? Just over
debut, £ Presents? Just over there on the table mate. £ +w when drama, Calou
Caloundra,
Thicker Than Water premiers in Caloundra, opening the event. i ing the event. "It i Caloundra, opening the event. "It is an incredible opportunity
the
is an incredible opportunity because Caloundr
Caloundra
the film was shot against a Caloundra backdrop, so it is fi ndra backdrop, so it is quite fi fitting
Caloundra backdrop, so it is quite to
fitting to come back and showcase it to the world in the place it fo the world in the place it was fil filmed.
to the world in the place it was filmed. Across town, bare walls livi
living
and spaces will literally become There
living breathing pieces of art. There' s a national call for e' s a national call for
to
There' s a national call for artists to join the First Coat project, made famous in Toowoomba, with ten thousand dollars up for grabs for the most impressive mural. "We want artists to think about what they can do and what they want to do to be involved in the Horizon festiv zon t
festival" Submissions can be made WIN
to this email. Natassia Apolloni, WIN News Entrepreneurs are getting the chance he chance to pitch their bright ideas audienc
to an expert panel and a live Wa
Wales
audience in Wagga in the New South Wales Riverina, and the youngest is just 14. Robots and 3-D 14. Robots and 3-D printers
quickly
just 14. Robots and 3-D printers are life
quickly becoming a part of everyday life for Australians. highfor Australians. Kooringal high life for Australians. Kooringal wa
wants
high school student Michael Nixon, wants to make sure Riverina residents iverina
residents aren' t left behind during the technological boom, through "EduK
"EduKits
this website through EduKits. in
"EduKits is all about getting people in regional Australia who haven' t been exposed to 3D printers or robots rs or interested
robots. To get them really electronics.
interested in design and websi
electronics." He launched his website at just thirteen , and has already serviced clients as far as Port Macquarie. "I' m very experien "I' m very experienced with these things right now and I just want to make else
now and I just want to make everyone else who' s trying to get into these things, I want to make their lives really easy." Michael' s idea Michael' s idea and his passion, won him a spot in the finals of Pitchfest. "It' s Pitchfest. "It' s really a regional platform for regi
region
people with great ideas from our region to get up to pitch their
and
region to get up to pitch their idea and take the next step and facilitat step and also
facilitate that through networks but Nex
also the cash prizes as well." stag
Next week, Michael will take the stage along with five other finalists r finalists, explaining their bright ideas to a panel of expert judges, in front of a live audience. He' ll have the support of Kooringal High Sc l High School have the support of Kooringal High are
School students and teachers, who determin
determination.
are blown away by Michael' s determination. "He' s sort of flown f flown under the radar in the a radar in the school a about
flown under the radar in the school about what he' s doing and it' s fant s su
suppose
fantastic for him and the school I spot
suppose being put in the, in the
at
spotlight." Pitchfest will be held twenty-
twenty-nine
at the Civic Theatre on June twenty-nine . Samara Gardner, Nwenty-nine . Samara Gardner, WIN New twenty-nine . Samara Gardner, WIN News. This program is not captioned. These aren't just
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News. A mum in need of support is calling for more childcare i re childcare services i calling for more childcare services in Victoria' s north east.Like most parents, Sophie Price is trying to strike a work life balance. But for her and many other parents living
small
her and many other parents living in small towns across the North East, a lack of childcare services is t
making that difficult. There isn' t any services that are flexible that
enough or often enough for the women that are going back to work or study and are needing those sorts d are needing those sorts study and are needing those sorts of returned
services. Sophie recently pu
put
returned to study and had hoped to i
into
put eleven month old daughter Elsie discover
discovered
into childcare. However, she option
options
discovered there were no local alon
options for her. And she was not alone. Some people are even talking n talking about leaving from Chiltern
off
say and going to drop their Children off in Wodonga and then possibly Toda
Today,
going to work in another area. tog
together
Today, parents from the area came t
the
together to discuss how to overcome the issue. Among the solutions discussed, was the option of startingd, was the option of towns.
starting up family day cares in the an
and
towns. An option which could be up and running within months. We
own
support educators working from their own home and caring for children. th
three
Four children under school age and says
three school aged children. Sophie says it proved popular, with at setti
setting
least one resident condsidering setting up the service. That can acing up the service. That can actually be the most flexible type the
of care because because depending on the educator, the can organise for before and after school pick-ups and reall
really
ever overnight care, so it was perspective.
really good to have that ag
again
perspective. The group will meet again next month. ASHLEE CHARLTON
aged
WIN NEWS Women in regional Australia a
aged over 50 are being urged to get a breast screening. Robin Payne is wasn'
a breast cancer survivor. If it wasn' t for an unplanned visit to the local breast screen centre to help make up numbers for a friend, she might not have ever known she had cancer. Well if I didn' t had cancer. Well if I didn' t have toda
a mammogram I wouldn' t be here today. I' ve had a double mastectomy, double mastectomy, I am a cancer of I am a cancer survivor of mastectomy, I am a cancer survivor mammogr
mammogram
of breast screen and it was a A
mammogram that pick up my cancer. As an advocate for aboriginal women, experien
and having gone through the experience herself, Robin wants more in
aboriginal women to book themselves in for a mammogram, because these ma ause these machines can detect lumps as small as a grain of rice. But I do strongly recommend that all aborigina d that all mammog
mammogram
aboriginal women go and have a th
mammogram because the mammogram is the first thing that picks up che first thing that picks up the can cancer.
the first thing that picks up the cancer. It' s a lot quicker than
anything else. We know that less than 1 in 2 women in NSW are coming rate
to have a mammogram and that actual rate is lower for aboriginal a r for aboriginal women a rate is lower for aboriginal women at around only 38%. The process
at around only 38%. The process is pretty painless and only takes about twenty minutes. Radiograp Kit twenty minutes. Radiographer Ki Kirsty
about twenty minutes. Radiographer Kirsty has been operating out of the num
number
Dubbo breast screen centre for a number of years and says everyone is quite surprised at how easy it is. her
We' ll take you into the room, get her undressed from the waist upwards then we just go through the p hen we just go through the six
process. There' s usually four or six pictures that we do. If you scre
want to book in, call the breast connec
connected
screen Australia hotline to be connected to your nearest Annnected to your nearest service. An connected to your nearest service. Annabelle Amos WIN News. bro
brought
Mobile phone coverage is being brought into the 21st century in brought into the 21st century in the Gip
Walhalla township in Victoria' s Gippsland. The picturesque town of Gippsland'
Walhalla...has been one of Gippsland' s biggest black holes in t s biggest black holes in terms of mobile reception. After
today'
recent safety incidents in the town, cel
today' s news brought a sense of celebration, and relief. We' re announcing the blackspot program in
will be rolled out here, by Telstra, hug
huge
in the near future, this makes a huge difference to Walhalla and it' include
included
s visitors Walhalla will be M
included as one of ten towns in the Mcmillan electorate to receive mobile te to receive mobile phone reception as part of round two of the Telstra pr f the Telstra Balckspot pr program.
round two of the Telstra Balckspot program. We' re all very th re all very excited th program. We' re all very excited that Walhalla will receive phone reception An announcement that
commu
reception An announcement that the s
several
community had been pushing for for several years it' s something
several years it' s something that we' ve been lobbying for, for a ve' ve been lobbying for, for a very long time, and everybody knows how important it is, not only for security, and for the safety of t for the safety of all t the
security, and for the safety of all the visitors, we get over a hundred and twenty thousand visitors in to g
good
the town, but also for the economic good of the town +w Reception for the town will mean an increase in safety... And help emergency services mergency services can communicate more effectis can communicate more
effectively. For Tourists it meant having to find somebody with a land- ebody with a long
land-line, and that could of meant a night,
long walk, especially late at p
people
night, wandering around knocking on people' s doors, trying to find for
emergency services Labor candidate for Mcmillan Chris Buckingham says it' s been well anticipated ans been well anticipated this an it' s been well anticipated this announcement has been a long time com ment has been a long time coming, it was just fantastic t to see the smiles on locals faces, knowing that no matter what w o matter what happens w with
knowing that no matter what happens with this election , they will finally get mobile phone reception for walhalla Zena Chamas WIN news repor
reported
Outstanding success is being proje
reported by a work for the dole project run by Toowoomba Police Citizens Youth Club on Queensland'
Citizens Youth Club on Queensland' s Darling Downs. After to wns. After struggling to Darling Downs. After struggling to find work, Taylor Dew was advised dole
dole.Taylo
to have a go at working for the dole.Taylor says he' s never looke b he' s never looked b back,
dole.Taylor says he' s never looked out
back, because the program lifted him out of a rut. Well yeah it iut of a rut. Well yeah it does in out of a rut. Well yeah it does
in a way, just sitting at home doing nothing, I have always worked so, it gets hard. He' s one of many success stories who are ready and mot stories who are ready and motivated to get back into full full motivated to get back into full time employment. I think we have had casual
eleven find full time work, eight in casual work, and they are getting offers all the time. And now we o time. And now we are o
outs
offers all the time. And now we are if
outsourcing, where people are asking lat
later
if they can get a couple of days later and they are looking at using t looking at using these guys. Sergeant Cam saese guys. Sergeant Cam Crisp says these guys. Sergeant Cam Crisp says not every local hasnot every local organisation has says not every local organisation has the recourses to run their own Work for the Dole program, so the PCYC plans to expand its program to organisatio
organisations.
help other not-for-profit organisations. He wants to start a particip
participants
mobile labour program, where participants provide their t de their services t participants provide their services to the community, while o the community, while learning
skills
to the community, while learning new skills and becoming more doing
employable. What we are looking at team
doing is having a work maintenance actuall
team based here, and they can actually go out and work for other not- for-profits in the community. the
It' s uplifting stuff and it has Ser
the full backing of local Police. Sergeant Tony Rehn sees the Sergeant Tony Rehn sees the results. boos
boosts
He says the program drastically boosts the confidence of participants, some of whom, have been unemployed for years. We thoroughly support that because it paid
actually helps those people into paid work in some occasions, al work in some occasions, while al also
paid work in some occasions, while also doing some valuable wo doing some valuable volunteer wo work
also doing some valuable volunteer work for the rest of the community. I feel quite confident now with finding work now, as I have up k now, as I have picked up finding work now, as I have picked up a lot of skills working with
program.
up a lot of skills working with this program. +w You can find out more about this great community project by great community project by contacting the P-C-Y-C in Toowoomb Y-C in Toowoomba. Maggie Raworth WIN oomba. Maggie Raworth WIN News.

There' s still more All Australian News after the break. This program is not captioned. News after the break. The Matildas have been hard at work on a week-long rd at work on a
week-long training camp in Canberra, preparing for Rio. One step closer Canb
Canberra
to Rio. The Matildas braving the Canberra cold for yet another camp at the AIS - in the lead up to the twenty sixteen Olympics. It' s pretty competitive as it would be the e every
everyone'
the team' s not selected yet so everyone' s fighting for those positi ting for those positions and it' s been pretty intense training' s been super hard just trying to get in shape obviously ape obviously. +w The players have just impress,
one more camp in Canberra to impress, before the final eighteen Ca
Canberra
woman squad is named next weekend. Canberra United' s Michelle Heyman aware of just how tough it will be to ust how tough it will be to secure a place. It' s going to be tough sixteen field players and then the keepers so it' s pretty tough but i think everyone' s putting ne' s putting in a lot of effort into aning in a lot of effort into it an and
putting in a lot of effort into it and we all want that spot so everyone t so everyone' s fighting as hard as
can.
everyone' s fighting as hard as they can. Heyman - and United goal keep oal to
keeper Lydia Williams - are expected to make the final cut. The a the final cut. The striker a aware
to make the final cut. The striker ad
aware of how important it will be to adjust to the conditions in Brazil. Definitely need to acclimatise it' s one of the big struggles you have if you don' t go over early so we' re very lucky to be able to cky to be able to
over
we' re very lucky to be able to head over three weeks prior. The Matildas will begin their Olympic cam c thi
third
campaign against Canada on August C
Ceremony,
third - two days before the Opening Ceremony, but the players aren' t too concerned about missing out on th ut missing out on the fun. We' re going over to un. We' re going over there to the fun. We' re going over there to play football and i' m sure we canlay football and i' m sure we our
can go to the closing ceremony so hopefu
hopefully
our main focus is football and closing
hopefully we can go watch the als
also
closing ceremony. The side will also take on Germany and Zimbabwe
also take on Germany and Zimbabwe in the pool stages. Before hopefully pr pool stages. Before hopefully progressing through to the quarter finals. Supercar stars are in percar stars are rolling in into
finals. Supercar stars are rolling into town for the Townsville 400 a the Townsville 400 in a into town for the Townsville 400 in a fortnight. Clamouring kids e Clamouring kids were e eager
a fortnight. Clamouring kids were wi
with
eager to get up close and personal with racing royalty. The Wilson Thu
Security team visiting schools in Thuringowa, ahead of the Townsville F ngowa, ahead of the Townsville Four Hundred; and using their star po their star power for good. The first we or good. The first school we power for good. The first school we went to was a primary school. So I guess just trying to put across the importance of reading and being things
things.
on time and all those sorts of things. At Thuringowa High, the team shared their success ho shared their success stories, ho hoping
team shared their success stories, hoping to inspire students to t to inspire students to chase t their
hoping to inspire students to chase their dreams. Spread how we' ve got the places we have and give got the places we have and give some the
of these kids inspiration to get to happe
the top and prove anything can happen and dreams do come true. + Th dreams do come true. +w Th There'
happen and dreams do come true. +w There' s still plenty of time to blow to blow off steam before the big race sk
skiing
in two weeks. Got to do some jet tou
tour
skiing yesterday and a helicopter tour around Magnetic Island, had
chance
tour around Magnetic Island, had the chance to come and speak in ohance to come and speak in front of chance to come and speak in front of a couple of schools this morning t
team
But when July eighth arrives, the team knows they must be prepared. I think for me it' s a case we just need to get our car set up a get our car set up straight a away
need to get our car set up straight away and we should be okay but it' s always quite hot, it' s going to
a
always quite hot, it' s going to be a tough race but the crowd' s always the crowd' s ma
makes
always great, that' s sort of what W
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makes up for it. Rosanna Kingsun, WIN News.

boom
booming
Sporting clubs on Townsville' s booming northern beaches are aches are
booming northern beaches are getting better fields to play on with upgrades now under way. The Northern Beaches is the fastest i
growing area in Townsville, but the communi
community'
infrastructure to service the kept
community' s needs hasn' t quite work
kept up. That will soon change, with B
Ba
work now underway to upgrade Peggy abl
Banfield Park. Everyone will be able to play on high quality they
able to play on high quality fields, they won' t have to worry about a bit of rain causing games to be cancelled. In coming months, this construction site will transform into two rugby league fields, four grassed netball courts, plus dog off- leash areas and play spaces. t ash areas and play spaces. A t three
off- leash areas and play spaces. A be
between
three million dollar project split government.
between council and state expe
expecting
government. Stage one they' re end
expecting to have complete by the end of the year. Obviously really good news for us here in
is
good news for us here in Townsville, used
is the fact contractors will be used locally. The Mayor hopes s locally. The Mayor hopes the s used locally. The Mayor hopes the state will also put in for ttate will also put in for stage two. state will also put in for stage two. We' d put in hard courts for netball, we' d be able to create a th e' d be able to create a third field here for rugby league
third field here for rugby league or an extra square field that obvxtra square field that could obv obvi
an extra square field that could obviously be used by soccer or union. soccer or union. +w Meantime one of the sion. +w Meantime one of the area' s union. +w Meantime one of the area' s newest clubs now has a place to cal w has a place to call home, after the completion of the Northern Beaches cyclone shelter. Nothing wrong with the cyclone shelter in Heatley, but doone shelter in Heatley, but it do does
cyclone shelter in Heatley, but it
not
does look like a prison block. It' s not welcoming or anything like that. thing like that. This thing here it' s open, it' s clean, it' s about making the best use of the community as well. +w mmunity as well. +w There' s a lot of fitting out stil ing out still to do, but Northern Beaches Suns are hoping to play their h are hoping to play their first h home
Suns are hoping to play their first W
WIN
home game in July. Rosanna Kingsun, WIN News. en
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