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We capture the spirit of Bathurst NOVEMBER 6 - 12, 2019 ISSUE #291

ALLEGRI SINGERS PRESENT: THE ARMED MAN – A MASS FOR PEACE

Photo: Alan Sadleir

The Allegri singers Bathurst, with a choir of some 90 voices, soloists and a large orchestra, performed works of Karl Jenkins’, including major work ‘The Armed Man’, in one of the most exciting, ambitious and challenging works in more than 40 years of choral performance. (Story continued on page 2)

WHEN:

WHERE:

Sunday 10 November 2019

Mount Panorama Pit Complex Bathurst

Come down to grab a bargain at this year's Garage Sale! Enjoy preloved homewares, fashion and children's toys, while also reducing your environmental footprint and shopping sustainably.

GARAGE SALE

Along with these thrifty stalls there will be plenty to see and do for all ages including a BBQ, ice cream and coffee. Entry is a gold coin donation to the Lions Club of Bathurst

FOR MORE INFO: BATHURST.NSW.GOV.AU


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Paul Toole MP MEMBER FOR BATHURST ELECTORATE

bathurst@parliament.nsw.gov.au Unit 1, 229 Howick Street PO Box 2237 Bathurst NSW 2795 Phone: 6332 1300 Fax: 6332 1900

ALLEGRI SINGERS PRESENT: THE ARMED MAN – A MASS FOR PEACE T Manufacturing Jeweller •All repairs done on-site •Remodelling •Bespoke hand crafted pieces Brooke Moore Centre Shop 1/142 William Street www.johnfoxgoldsmith.com 0498 888 808

he Allegri Singers with Orange Symphony Orchestra, Willoughby Singers, Orange Regional Conservatorium Symphonic Choir, and Kinross Wolaroi Chamber Strings and Koristers, under the direction of William Moxey performed ‘The Armed Man’ at All Saints Cathedral in Bathurst on Saturday and The Derek Pigot Auditorium Kinross Wolaroi School in Orange on Sunday. The vocal soloists included Soprano Ayse Göknur Shanal, Mezzo soprano Celeste Hayworth, Tenor Michael Butchard and Baritone Timothy Nunn. While embracing a wide range of classical and popular music, contemporary works have only formed a small part of the Allegri Singers repertoire. At 75, Sir Karl Jenkins is the U.K.’s most popular classical composer and while his works are widely performed, this was a rare opportunity for communities in regional New South Wales to experience his masterpiece ‘The Armed Man’.

Subtitled ‘A Mass for Peace’, this hugely powerful and deeply thought-provoking work is a plea for peace and an end to war. The words and music were immediately captivating, from the martial, strident opening and the shockingly visceral evocation of the reality of war, to the transcendent, exquisitely emotional movements expressing faith in the possibility of peace. Other items in the program included performances by Kinross Wolaroi School Chamber Strings and Koristers. As Remembrance Day approaches, this performance was a rare opportunity to experience some of the most stirring music of recent times which resonated with regional audiences. The acoustics of each venues provided an individual sonance for each captivating performance, enchanting the audience with a delightful and memorable once in a lifetime experience. - Emily Horton Photo: Alan Sadleir

Photo: Alan Sadleir

Photo: Alan Sadleir

Photo: Alan Sadleir

Photo: Alan Sadleir

Photo: Alan Sadleir

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This isn’t a Thumbs Up for a local business but rather for a DVD release. THUMBS UP to Crawford Productions for the release of Cop Shop volume 12. The reason i believe it deserves a thumbs up is because of the inclusion of 2 episodes featuring footage shot on location at Mount Panorama. I found it interesting to see the track as it was in the late 70s, including the pits and the drive-in which was located on Conrod Straight. It even has it’s big screen in place. An interesting piece of local history captured on DVD, plus the inclusion of the King of the Mountain, Peter Brock, in an uncredited cameo appearance makes for an enjoyable viewing experience. 2

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SARAH BOORER AND ALISON SHURMER ARE 2019 HIDDEN TREASURES

Bathurst MP Paul Toole has today announced the community volunteers acknowledged on the 2019 Hidden Treasures Honour Roll.

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his year’s Honour Role recognises 78 women for their valuable volunteer roles and the outstanding contribution they provide to local communities across NSW. The local women listed on the Honour Roll include Sarah Boorer and Alison Shurmer who were nominated by Terisa Ashworth from the Bathurst Seymour Centre for their role in helping that organisation. Mr Toole has congratulated both Sarah and Alison for being formally recognised for their hard work and dedication to others. “These women provide an enormous amount of support to our community and are true treasures,” Mr Toole said. “They have been nominated by Terisa Ashworth who has seen first-hand how their important work has enabled those needing assistance, or local groups requiring help, to flourish. “Sarah Boorer and Alison Shurmer thoroughly deserve this recognition and should be extremely proud of their nomination and in joining this roll of highly-regarded rural women.” This year’s nominees join a growing list of over 1,000 volunteers who

have been recognised since the first Honour Roll was launched in 2010. This important tribute captures inspirational stories, documenting and celebrating the unpaid work of women who are ensuring the viability of so many important and crucial community groups and charities. Volunteering has been shown to not only boost the local community, but also to provide opportunities for people to connect and to gain personal and practical benefits. Hidden Treasures is an annual initiative of the NSW Department of Primary Industries’ Rural Women’s Network. For more information on the Hidden Treasures Honour Role visit the DPI website http://www.dpi. nsw.gov.au/about-us/rural-support/ rural-womens-network Below are the nominations for the Hidden Treasures Honour Role submitted by Terisa Ashworth from the Bathurst Seymour Centre: Sarah Boorer is a young woman who joined the Seymour Centre board of management in 2018. Sarah is a well-known local identity so we were extremely pleased to have her join our team. Sarah is

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enthusiastic and has lots of new ideas, which are very welcome. One area in which Sarah has particularly provided assistance and support is the promotion of Bathurst Seymour Centre, which is vital in the current climate of competition. She adds to the excellent governance team that we have at the centre. Sarah is also involved in other local groups and charity, which she does with good humour, diligence and common sense. Alison Shurmer is a member of the board of management at Bathurst Seymour Centre. She has been a Board member for three years and her current role is secretary. Alison is a very proactive member who is always looking for opportunities to improve and enhance the services we provide. She has an excellent knowledge of elderly people and the disability sector and she is happy to share information and provide useful insights, which we can apply to improve our services and maintain a high quality and standard. She is also willing to learn new things and to be innovative. Alison has many useful links within the community and she is a valued part of Bathurst Seymour Centre.

Gunthers Lane celebrates three years! CELEBRATING THREE YEARS since opening their doors to the community of Bathurst, Gunthers Lane is still an Australia first! Reliance Bank created this space as a way to give back to the local community in a practical way. It includes access and assistance to technology that may not be accessible to regional areas, from 3D printing, holographic computer and virtual reality. Gunthers Lanes friendly team is available to assist you with using the space and even offering a nice place to enjoy a great coffee. Along with supporting people in using the space, the staff at Gunthers Lane assist the older ones in with their tech problems, free of charge. They also create community events that have a tech flair and any other events that assist the community.  Make sure you pop in to check out this great space provided to the community and remember to ask about the 3D printer and the augmented reality googles.

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COUNCIL COUNCIL NEWS NEWS TREE PLANTING DAY

SUNDAY 10 NOVEMBER 2019 The ‘Rehabilitation of the Macquarie River Riparian Corridor’ projects planting stage is on the home stretch with over forty local volunteers already giving their time to plant native trees, shrubs and grasses along a 1km stretch of the Macquarie River. Commencing at 10am at the Baillie Street Open Space (Cnr Havannah Street and Sydney Road-Kendall Ave), adults and kids alike can assist in planting native trees and shrubs and other tasks that will improve the health of the Macquarie River and its riparian corridor. Council will also have a free BBQ lunch afterwards. For further information please contact Bill Josh on 0407 256 791 or Kristie Kearney (Environmental Programs Coordinator) on 6333 6285 or council@bathurst.nsw.gov.au.

UPCOMING EVENTS LIBRARY • Author Talk: John Killick, Friday 8 November - 6.15pm • Meditation Workshop: Saturday 9 November 3.00pm to 5.00pm. • Author Talk - Paul Byrnes Wednesday 27 November - 6pm For further information on any of these events and to book, phone the Library on 6333 6281. FOOD & FLIX - OUTDOOR CINEMA EVENT Friday 15 November - 6.30pm to 10.00pm For more information please call Council’s Community Services department on 6333 6523 or visit Council’s website www.bathurst.nsw.gov.au.

PUBLIC EXHIBITION ALEC LAMBERTON DEVELOPMENT DESIGN In July 2019, Council commissioned dsb Landscape Architects to develop a detailed design for the redevelopment of Alec Lamberton Park. Dsb Landscape Architects were required to develop the design that included the ideas and desires of the community that were identified from the Alec Lamberton Master Plan Community Consultation Report and the draft 2040 Open Space Strategy Report. Previous community consultation, which covered both current and proposed future usage for the Alec Lamberton site, resulted in community and stakeholder demand for a multi-use area with recreation and sporting training facilities, plus future vision for the park, calling for the green space to be enhanced. Council is seeking community feedback on the Concept Design which is now available for public comment. You can have your say by completing an online submission via the Your Say Bathurst website https://yoursay.bathurst.nsw.gov. au/ (Look for Alec Lamberton Park Concept Design), or by a written response to The General Manager, Bathurst Regional Council, Private Mail Bag 17, Bathurst, 2795. The closing date for submissions is 4:00pm Monday 18 November 2019.

NOTICE OF PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT Council has received a Development Application under Part 4 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979, for the following: Development Application No 2019/298, Lot: 1 Dp: 867504 4031 O’Connell Road Kelso 1. Partial demolition, additions and alterations to existing dwelling 2. Swimming pool 3. Conversion of part of existing shed to studio Plans (excluding residential floor plans) and documentation submitted with this application can be viewed on Council’s online DA tracking system (http://masterview.bathurst.nsw.gov.au). Alternatively you can inspect the application at Council’s Environmental, Planning & Building Services Department, Bathurst Civic Centre, between 8.30 am and 4.45 pm, Monday to Friday (public holidays excepted), for a period of 14 days commencing 4 November 2019 to 18 November 2019 during which time any submissions may be lodged with the undersigned by persons whose land adjoins, or who own land and who contend that their enjoyment of the land will be detrimentally affected if the proposed development is carried out. Any submission that you make on this proposal may be included without alteration (including names and addresses) in reports that are available to the public, in Council business papers, on Council’s website and also made available to the applicant for comment during consideration of this development application.

DRAFT BATHURST REGION DESTINATION MANAGEMENT PLAN EXHIBITION Council has prepared a Draft Bathurst Region Destination Management Plan, which is on exhibition for community feedback. Hard copies of the draft plan are available for viewing at the Civic Centre, Bathurst Visitor Information Centre and Council’s Cultural Facilities, or can be downloaded from the Your Say Bathurst website. Submissions can be lodged via Your Say Bathurst or in writing to The General Manager, Private Mail Bag 17, Bathurst, NSW, 2795. Submissions can be made until 4.00 pm Thursday 14 November 2019.

GARAGE SALE SUNDAY 10 NOVEMBER Here is your chance to grab a bargain at this year’s Garage Sale, to be held at Mount Panorama Pit Complex. Enjoy preloved homewares, fashion, furniture and children’s items, while also reducing your environmental footprint and supporting your community by shopping sustainably. Along with grabbing a bargain there will be plenty to see and do for all ages on the day. Entry is a gold coin donation to the Lions Club of Bathurst.

DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS & COMPLYING DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATES Council approved the following applications for the period of 20 to 26 October 2019.

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Demolition of existing semi-detached dwellings & outbuildings, tree 51 & 53 Piper removal & construction Street, Bathurst of single storey dwelling & attached garage

2019/245

23 self-storage units within 3 separate sheds, 45 Hampden Park 3 retaining walls & 2 Road, Kelso driveway access points

2019/287

Single storey rural dwelling

62 Sutherland Drive, Georges Plains

2019/292

Remove existing front fence & erect a new brick pillar & palisade fence

268 Keppel Street, Bathurst

2019/335

Underpinning of existing dwelling

206 Keppel Street, Bathurst

CDC2019/166

Inground swimming pool & safety barrier

5 Acer Close, Kelso

CDC2019/167

Single storey dwelling & attached garage

6 Shackleton Close, Windradyne

CAREERS @ COUNCIL Working for Council is a stimulating and rewarding career option, providing the opportunity to be part of a team contributing to shaping the success and future of our Region. Current career opportunities are listed below.

2019 VILLAGE MEETINGS Council will be holding meetings with residents in the rural areas during November 2019.You are invited to attend and meet with Councillors and Council’s Senior Staff to discuss projects Council is currently undertaking and any other matters of interest with you. Each meeting will commence at 6.00pm and will be held at the following locations: • Yetholme, Community Hall - 11 November 2019 • Trunkey Creek, Community Hall - 12 November 2019 • Sofala, Memorial Hall - 25 November 2019 • Wattle Flat, Recreation Hall - 26 November 2019 If you have any enquiries regarding the above, please contact Council on 6333 620I.

HOST FAMILIES WANTED Families are wanted to host Japanese Students from Toyo High School from Friday 6 March to Monday 9 March 2020. For more information and an application form please contact Bathurst Visitor Information Centre on 6332 1444.

• CONTAMINATION PROJECT OFFICER (CONTRACT TO 30 JUNE 2022 READVERTISED) • GANGER TREE CREW • WASTE MANAGEMENT OFFICER • COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT OFFICER • PURCHASING COMPLIANCE OFFICER (30 HOURS) • PROGRAMS TEAM LEADER • INFORMATION SERVICES TEAM LEADER • LIBRARY ASSISTANT (21 HOURS) • PROGRAMS OFFICER (TEMPORARY JOB SHARE CONTRACT) • TRUCK DRIVER/LABOURER • SENIOR STRATEGIC PLANNER (READVERTISED) Council only accepts online applications. Visit www.bathurst.nsw.gov.au/careers for further information and to apply. Public computer access is available at Bathurst Library.

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Copies of the consents are available for public inspection, free of charge, during ordinary business hours at Council’s Environmental, Planning & Building Services Department, Ground Floor, Civic Centre, 158 Russell Street, Bathurst. Civic Centre 158 Russell Street Private Mail Bag 17 Phone 6333 6111 Bathurst NSW 2795 Bathurst NSW 2795 Email council@bathurst.nsw.gov.au


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CAPTAIN KEVIN RYAN’S COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD Bathurst MP Paul Toole has congratulated Captain Kevin Ryan for his outstanding service to the community.

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PAUL HENNESSY’S COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD

r Toole has presented Kevin with a specially signed certificate and Community Service Award for his services to Fire and Rescue NSW over many decades. Captain Ryan has served Fire and Rescue NSW, formerly NSW Fire Brigade, at the Bathurst Station for the last 50 years. “Captain Ryan joined the Bathurst brigade as a retained (on-call) firefighter on September 15, 1969 and was

appointed captain in 1986. He retired from the brigade on September 15, 2019 serving exactly 50 years to the day,” Mr Toole said. “In 2012 Captain Ryan received one of the highest honours an Australian firefighter could receive when he was awarded the Australian Fire Service Medal as part of the Queen's Birthday Honours. “Captain Ryan has also been a driving force within the Firefighter Championships

Association and has attended every state championship since 1970 and held the position of Executive Councillor since 1990. He has played a significant role in developing the skills of thousands of firefighters from across NSW and interstate. “Over the last 50 years he has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to his local brigade, Bathurst and the wider community and to Fire and Rescue NSW.”

Bathurst MP Paul Toole has congratulated Paul Hennessy for his outstanding service to the community.

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r Toole has presented Paul with a specially signed certificate and Community Service Award for his services to the Scouting movement. “Paul first joined the Scout movement at Cobar in 1971 and has carried on his service to the youth of his local community at Bathurst some 48 years later,” Mr Toole said. “He has a strong voice which has always been on show with his sense of being a part of his local community.”

Mr Toole notes that Paul has helped to grow the scouting movement in the local region through a strong work ethic and instilling core values to others. “Indeed, these values include leading by example and an integrity which is reflected in all he does. This includes the fact he has received the Silver Cross for bravery,” he said. “Despite the changing world and the society of today, Paul has on numerous occasions mentored and encouraged the youth in his local community

to use the leadership skills gained by being involved with the Scouts. “I see Paul as being an excellent role model for the Scouting movement as his unique and highly valued service has contributed to valuable relationships being formed throughout the community. “Congratulations Paul on his Community Service Awards. You have truly given exceptional service to Scouts over the past 48 years.”

The best reasons to buy your children's clothing and toys second-hand BUYING CHILDREN’S TOYS and clothing seems like it never ends. One minute they are a newborn during Winter and the next they are 6 months old in Summer and need a whole new wardrobe. Companies are designing new toys every few months and keeping up with what our children want for their birthdays/Christmas can be tough financially. Buying second hand is not only environmentally friendly but is also a

cost-effective way to dress your children and give them great toys for their birthday and Christmas each year. Children are constantly growing which means new shoes and clothing are items that most of a household’s income is spent on. With season changes, a lot of clothing can only be worn for a few months before they no longer fit and are generally thrown out. This is a perfect opportunity for

households to sell all second-hand clothing and for other households to purchase second-hand clothing for their growing children. It’s a win-win for both parties. Children’s toys are another great one to sell and to buy second-hand. Baby toys

are only used for a short amount of time and are perfect to rehome to another family who are expecting children. So where would you find second-hand children’s clothing and toys? This Sunday 10 November 2019, Bathurst has the annual

Mount Panorama Garage Sale where these items, plus many more, are available to buy. The day kicks off from 9am with a gold coin donation entry and finishes at 1pm. There are over 90 stalls to peruse along with food and kids activities.

BATHURST GARAGE SALE

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ANDREWGEE MP FEDERAL MEMBER FOR CALARE

Your CountryYour Voice RUNS ON THE BOARD 3 $12.5 million for the second race track at Mt Panorama in Bathurst 3 $8 million to investigate fast rail for the Central West

3 $2.5 million for upgrades at Bathurst Airport

3 $1.5 million towards Stage 1 of Oberon Tarana Heritage Railway project 3 $1 million for 13 community projects under the Drought Community Fund

3 $954,250 for the construction of the new Bathurst Rail Museum 3 $765,000 for the Sofala Road upgrades at Peel and Wiagdon

3 $400,000 for improved closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras in Bathurst

3 $391,975 for the Hen and Chicken Lane upgrade

3 $390,000 for the Rivulet Road Bridge replacement 3 $380,000 funding to support the rebuild of Glenray Industries

3 $200,000 for revitalisation of Wattle Flat Recreation Ground

3 $152,500 towards the Bathurst Regional Council Community Wi-Fi and Open Data project 3 $60,000 to upgrade the Elizabeth Chifley Memorial Preschool playground

3 $12,647 funding to help pay tribute to Black Springs’ rich pioneering history

3 $10,000 towards the Bathurst Macquarie Lions food van and storage shed 3 $5,000 towards new picnic tables at Machattie Park 3 11 new mobile phone sites bringing total for the Calare electorate to 36 new sites 3 $3,247 towards the Avenue of Honour walkway in Sofala commemorating local servicemen from WW1

HAVE YOUR SAY ON THE FUTURE DROUGHT FUND This is your chance to have your say on how this crucial drought support funding is invested. The allocation of funds for projects and activities will be guided by the resulting Drought Resilience Funding Plan. The consultations will help inform the Committee on the best ways for the Future Drought Fund to invest in drought resilience.

from farmers, local communities and industry organisations.

assist farming families struggling through this drought.

There are three foundation pillars to tackle drought. First is to give support to farmers for thehere and now. Second is to back drought affected communities. And the third pillar is looking to the future to build resilience via the Future Drought Fund.

Next week the extension of the Farm Household Allowance program to include payments for four years out of every 10 and also one-off payments after the four years have expired will go to the Senate for approval.

The Fund will provide $100 million each year from 1 July 2020 for projects that enhance our preparations and responses to drought.

Register at haveyoursay.agriculture. gov.au/future-drought-fund to attend the public consultation event with the Future Drought Fund Consultative Committee on 25 November in Orange.

The Consultative Committee is particularly interested in hearing

In the meantime, the Australian Government continues to work to

GRANTS AVAILABLE FOR SMART FARMERS Farmers and landcare groups in the Central West are encouraged to apply for funding of up to $50,000 under round three of the Australian Government’s Smart Farms Small Grants program. The grants would help farmers turn innovative ideas into on-ground projects to improve the quality of their natural resources while increasing on-farm productivity. These small grants can help our farmers, landholders and Landcare groups source funding to help improve natural resource management so the environment, communities and regional economies all benefit. Up to $5 million will be provided under round three of the Smart Farms Small Grants, with funding of between $5,000 and $50,000 available. Projects funded under the first two rounds included innovative methods to manage soil acidity; virtual fencing to protect riparian

habitat; improving orchard pollination and bee health using drone technology, as well as mentoring activities connecting farmers and students. Smart Farms Small Grants supports projects that increase the knowledge, skills and capacity of farming, forestry and fishing communities to adopt best practice sustainable agriculture.

This is a vital shot-in-the-arm for our farming families and will ensure more food on the table and diesel in the farm ute to help them get through this drought. It was encouraging to see widespread rain fall across the district on Sunday. For some it has helped fill empty dams, while for others it did little but settle the dust.

Bathurst Light Car Club hosted the 75th Australian Hill Climb Championship over the weekend and competitors flocked to Mt Panorama from all over Australia to compete. Three time Australian champion Gary West came to Bathurst and chasing his fourth crown but had no luck over the weekend. However, Malcolm Oastler came

As I’ve said to our party room and to Parliament many times, drought support needs to be continually ramped up as conditions worsen. For more information on how to access relief contact the Rural Assistance Authority (RAA) on 1800 678 593 or visit farmhub.org. au for a complete of support services. More information about the Future Drought Fund is also available at agriculture.gov.au/ag-farm-food/ drought/future-drought-fund

away with the fastest time of the weekend in a blistering 34.88 seconds, just .02 of a second ahead of Dean Amos in 34.90. Filling the fastest time podium was Dean Tighe in 37.92 seconds. A big thank you to the club, and all the volunteers, for putting this outstanding event together. It’s a massive job but it came together beautifully!

A total of $43.5 million is available for Smart Farms Small Grants across an anticipated six annual rounds (2017–18 to 2022–23). Under Round one, 77 projects valued at $4.75 million were approved, with another 110 projects valued at $9.25 million approved under Round two.

s Waving off the cars with Mayor

Bobby Bourke and Dave Robinson

Round three projects must be completed by 30 June 2022 and applications are open until 19 December 2019. For more information and to apply, visit the Community Grants Hub website -communitygrants.gov.au.

P: 6331 0524 | E: andrew.gee.mp@aph.gov.au | www.andrewgeemp.com.au POSTAL ADDRESS: PO Box 54 Bathurst NSW 2795 Authorised by Andrew Gee MP, National Party of Australia, Suite 1/179A Anson Street ORANGE NSW 2800. Produced and printed using parliamentary entitlements.

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While we can’t make it rain, the Australian Government is working hard to provide as much assistance as we can for farmers and farming communities.

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The Future Drought Fund Consultative Committee will hold public consultations on the Fund, including Orange on 25 November.

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Bobby Bourke and 4-time winner Gary West


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Tree Planting Day- Sunday 10 November

NO ATAR, NO WORRIES AT TAFE NSW

THE ‘REHABILITATION OF the Macquarie River Riparian Corridor’ projects planting stage is on the home stretch with over forty local volunteers already giving their time to plant native trees, shrubs and grasses along a 1km stretch of the Macquarie River. Commencing at 10am at the Baillie Street Open Space (Cnr Havannah Street and Sydney Road- Kendall Ave), adults and kids alike can assist in planting native trees and shrubs and other tasks that will improve the health of the Macquarie River and its riparian corridor. Council will alsohave a free BBQ lunch afterwards. For further information please contact Bill Josh on 0407 256 791 or Kristie Kearney (Environmental Programs Coordinator) on 6333 6285 or council@bathurst.nsw.gov.au.

TAFE NSW Deputy Regional General Manager, Adam Bennett, has moved to ease some of the pressure on HSC students by issuing a timely reminder about the range of TAFE NSW degrees that don’t require an ATAR.

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s thousands of students across the region are focused on one of the most important periods of their lives, Mr Bennett has highlighted the TAFE NSW Early Entry Program, whereby HSC students can apply for entry to study a TAFE NSW degree, without an ATAR. Mr Bennett said “By allowing students to apply for entry to a degree before receiving an ATAR, the TAFE NSW Early Entry Program gives students and their families some much-needed peace of mind. “Early entry to TAFE NSW degrees allows students to get ahead of the pack and focus

on answering exam questions rather than agonising over whether or not they will receive an offer for tertiary studies from other providers.” TAFE NSW degrees offer flexible study options, including online with TAFE Digital, which means students don’t have to travel to study, can work part time and complete a degree at their own pace. Mr Bennett said there were a host of great reasons for high school graduates to consider studying a degree or diploma through TAFE NSW. “The evidence is clear; vocational-based courses typically lead to higher incomes than

university graduates are likely to earn. TAFE NSW graduates are likely to be earning more, earlier in their career, than an equivalent university graduate. “University students are switching to TAFE NSW to obtain practical, hands-on qualifications and degrees that employers recognise. It is important for school leavers to consider TAFE NSW as a viable ‘Plan A’ as opposed to struggling through university.” Applications are now open for the TAFE NSW Early Entry Program. For more information, visit http://www.tafensw.edu.au/ early-entry-program

Contact 1300 461 186

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CSU STUDENT WINS NATIONAL SCREEN SOUND GUILD AWARD

Miss Elizabeth Rehling has always wanted to work in film and television, and today the Charles Sturt student studying sound design is forging a promising career in the industry and has won a national award from the Australian Screen Sound Guild.

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Lithgow’s first Anzac memorial ON SUNDAY 30 October 1915, George Langlands, the President of the Lithgow Progress Association, officially opened the Anzac Ridge walking track at Hassans Walls. This event took place just six months after the Anzac landing at Gallipoli, making it Lithgow’s first Anzac memorial. The track was constructed by Richard Harley Merrick under the supervision of James Padley and the Progress Association. Anzac Ridge extends south from the foot of the pillar of rock known as King Georges Head. Padley, remembered today by the monument at Hassans Walls Lookout, wanted a plaque erected at Anzac Ridge but it was never completed. The story of Lithgow’s Anzac Ridge is one of five items from the Lithgow area included in a new book, “Fifty Blue Mountains Openings ~ Tracks, Lookouts, Monuments … and a few surprises”. Other local items include the First Divine Service memorial at Glenroy and the original timber Cooerwull footbridge which is now located at Top Points on the Zig Zag Railway. Author Keith Painter has combined stories of fifty significant events with over 280 photos and document copies gathered from numerous sources. The book was printed by Industrial Printing in Lithgow. It’s available from Lithgow Visitor Information Centre or from the author at the Foundations Markets in Portland on Sunday 10 November. Contact greatguides@mountainmistbooks.com

Charles Sturt University (Charles Sturt) student has been awarded the prestigious Greg Bell Student Encouragement Award from the Australian Screen Sound Guild (ASSG). Miss Elizabeth Rehling, a bathurst local, is currently a student in the Charles Sturt School of Communication and Creative Industries (SCCI) specialising in sound design. She was announced as a joint winner of the screen industry award earlier this month. The national award recognises excellence in students who are studying and producing work in sound design for film, television, multimedia and other related audio industries. “My lecturer, who is also my mentor, nominated me for the award and I was then asked to submit a showreel of my work as part of the selection process,” Miss Rehling said. “I never thought I’d be nominated for an award from the ASSG, let alone be a winner. “I’m just a young woman from country New South Wales, so to win is an honour and has inspired me to continue to challenge myself to improve.” Associate Professor in screen and sound in the SCCI Damian Candusso said Miss Rehlingis a talented student and he was delighted to put her name forward for the award. “Miss Rehling is a standout student that truly immerses herself in gaining new

knowledge in all aspects of screen, especially sound,” Professor Candusso said. “She has spent many hours honing her craft in the studios and working on many student productions including animations, documentary and live action. “Miss Rehling is also forging a promising career in sound design, working for local news stations and completing several industry placements.” The Bathurst local has always had a flare for the creative industries and it was through studying animation that she discovered her passion for sound design. “Ever since I was a kid laying on my lounge room floor, I always dreamed of having my name on the credits of a movie; even today I dream about having my own studio,” Miss Rehling said. “When I was studying animation and visual effects at Charles Sturt University, I was working on a project that required sound design. “I would spend hours immersed in the creative process and would often lose track of time and forget to eat.” With her passion for sound design flourishing, Miss Rehling decided to take some time off and travel overseas and look into how she could study sound design when she returned to Australia. “When I was studying animation there

wasn’t a degree specialising in sound design being offered by Charles Sturt University,” she said. “When I returned from overseas, I contacted the University to enquire about courses where I could study sound design, and imagine my excitement when they told me that they were introducing a sound degree. “I was ecstatic and enrolled the next day.” Miss Rehling was studying and working in sound design in Wagga Wagga until she recently relocated to Tasmania for work. “I worked for WIN News in Wagga Wagga and I am now working for them in Tasmania,” Miss Rehling said. “News is a lot of fun to work in, you never know what is going to happen and you have to be prepared. “I am currently working as a camera operator and editor, and you have to know a bit about everything to make things work smoothly, including framing, lighting, colour, composition, background noise, and the comfort of talent. “It’s a fast-paced job and you learn to work quickly or you miss the shot.” The award ceremony for the 2019 ASSG Awards will take place in Sydney on Saturday 23 November. Photo: Charles Sturt student, Elizabeth Rehling, wins Australian Screen Sound Guild’s Greg Bell Student Encouragement Award

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Bathurst Seymour Centre has had another exciting month with many activities. Memory Van will be in Bathurst month We thank the Bathurst Business from on 7 November from 12noon – Chambers for choosing our 10am - 12 noon. A delicious 2pm, it will be parked in Keppel organisation to be the charity morning tea and entertainment Street near the Library. recipient for the recent Peak is provided. Connect Carillion Business Café 55 is a new innovation which Awards and the many kind local we launched in October. It is a Grandparent’s Day is an organisations who donated raffle monthly Café for carers and the opportunity to celebrate the and auction prizes to enable us person who they care for who has wonderful contribution that to provide additional dementia dementia or a cognitive decline. all grandparents make. We services. The Dementia Australia It is held the 3rd Saturday of each invite all children and young

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Visit our website www.bathurstseymourcentre.org.au people to submit photos for our Grandparents Photo competition – there are great prizes up for grabs (details are on our Facebook page). For more information please call in at 55 Seymour Street or phone 63321449.


Kids giving back

Water Restrictions Reminders

EXTREME WATER RESTRICTIONS are now in place across the Bathurst region. This means: • No watering of lawns • Only watering your garden on Wednesday and Sunday between 6pm and 9pm for a maximum of 30 minutes using a hand held hose with a trigger nozzle or one soaker hose or one microspray system • No sprinklers of any kind are permitted • No car washing at home • No filling of new pools using the Bathurst water supply • 4 minute showers

• Pools must be covered at all times • No topping up your pool unless you have a permit from Council • No topping/filling up garden features or child pools • No washing of hard surfaces except for health and safety purposes • Only wash clothes and use dishwashers when there is a full load If you are using grey water, please read the fact sheet. For everything you need to know visit www.bathurst.nsw.gov.au/ waterrestrictions or call the water restrictions hotline on 6333 1683.

AT BATHURST WEST Public School there is a break-time program called Give back project. The program is teaching children woodwork skills and the projects are given back to the community. Lisa Davis and Bronson Sheedy from Church Block Cafe donated old fence palings

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that had been in between the old church and Eglinton Public School to the propram. The children used these pailings to make two benches which will be used in the cafe. Teachers Cath Hudson and Kristie Smith were so glad to be able to present such beautiful benches to Lisa and Bronson.

Water Smart Gardening Qualified horticulturist and awardwinning gardener, Dhyan Blore, will present a series of workshops for home gardeners at Rahamim Ecology Centre. Topics include caring for plants in dry times, maximising water in gardens and plants, the importance

of mulch, features of drought tolerant plants, water for backyard birds and wildlife and using greywater on gardens. Weekday and weekend sessions available. For more information or to book visit www.bathurst.nsw.gov.au/ waterrestrictions

Pictured (L to R): Owen Johns, Steven Sharpley, Bronson Sheedy, Archie Allen, Allan Fisk, Lisa Davis, Aiden Brace, Joel Small, Jackson Grant.

Students create history achieving perfect marks in Maths Competition EIGHT CENTRAL WEST primary school students will be recognised as the top performers among nearly 20,000 in the 2019 Newcastle Permanent Primary School Mathematics Competition. In an unprecedented outcome, two Central West students are among seven who all achieved 100% in the 35 question exam, for a share of first place in the Year 6 Division. Cudal Public School’s James Lawry and Kinross Wolaroi School’s Bonnie McPhee will

share the honours in the presentation on Wednesday, 6 November at Hunter Stadium. Year 6 students Kota Curry from St Philomena’s, Bathurst, Krishan Kandeepan from Kinross Wolaroi School, and Mudgee Public School’s Benjamin Bryant all received District Awards – recognising outstanding results in the exam. Year 5 District Award winners are Hudson Franklin from Perthville Public School, Bianca Wong from Kinross Wolaroi School, Jarrah-

Banjo Leary from Mudgee Public School and St John’s Primary School Dubbo’s student, Vishaka Rupasinghe. Newcastle Permanent Chief People Officer, Felicity Laczina, said the annual presentation recognising top achievers of the Maths Competition was a highly anticipated event for those students receiving an award. “Huge congratulations go to these inspirational students for their excellent work in achieving incredible results in this

exam. You, your families and schools can be very proud,” Ms Laczina said. “The Newcastle Permanent Primary School Mathematics Competition has been encouraging students to become enthusiastic about mathematics since 1981. The increasing number of schools participating in recent years shows it continues to be very popular with students, and reinforces the relevancy of mathematics in the school curriculum,” Ms Laczina said.

In August, 19,280 Year 5 and 6 students sat the 35-question exam paper at 335 primary schools within the Hunter, Central Coast, Northern Rivers, Mid North Coast, New England and Central West regions. Different to typical tests, Newcastle Permanent’s Primary School Mathematics Competition challenges students to complete the exam without using calculators, rulers or geometrical instruments.

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LITHGOW BLAST UNVEILS AWESOME ARTIST LINE UP!

Lithgow City Council is very pleased to announce a live music event ‘Lithgow Blast: A Free Concert for Drought-affected Communities’, to take place at Blast Furnace Park, Lithgow, on Saturday 16 November, with music from 2pm.

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ithgow Blast is an alcohol-free all-ages event for young people and their families and features a smashing line up of stellar artists from across the musical spectrum. Odette (pictured), The Delta Riggs, Yours Truly, Citizen Kay, Claude Hay and a slew of local emerging talent will tread the boards between 2:00 pm and 9:00 pm on the day. There’ll be food stalls, room for a picnic and a safe friendly space to let off some steam and dig some brilliant tunes. NSW is experiencing one of the most severe droughts on record, with the Central West region one of the worst affected to date. There have been extremely low inflows (the amount of water entering the river and its storages) - the past six months have seen the lowest recorded inflows in history, making life very tough for many people living in the area, particularly families and

young people. Says Lithgow City Council representative Matthew Johnson, “This free concert is being held for Lithgow’s young people and is part of Council’s programme of activities for communities affected by the drought. Drought relief is more than actions that directly relate to the land, it includes the celebration of community strength and the provision of festive occasions. Lithgow has never before seen such a line-up of great musicians, so put it in your diary and tell all your friends!” To ease into the day and connect with the local surrounds, Lithgow Walk ‘n’ Talk for Life is leading a walk around Lake Pillans commencing at 1:30 pm. This event is funded through the Commonwealth Government’s Drought Communities Program

Artist Line Up: Odette, The Delta Riggs, Yours Truly, Citizen Kay, Claude Hay, Phat Brass, Hollow Point, And more… For more details visit www.lithgowblast.com.au

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Local Dancers getting ready for the Schools Spectacular

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LILY COLE OF Denison College Bathurst High Campus is again a Featured Dancer in the Schools Spectacular. Just embarking on Year 12 studies, Lily will bring to Qudos Bank Arena the skills and experience that she has recently brought back from Las Vegas where she trained with the Joffrey Ballet School. The 16-year-old successfully auditioned for a place in the world renowned school that gives aspiring dancers who are not yet professional the chance to train and perform as a professional.  As part of her experience, Lily perfected seven minutes of the Michael Jackson Show which is currently in season at Las Vegas. Talented Bathurst dancer Mia Ryan returns to the 2019 Schools Spectacular as a Featured Dancer.  Mia is just completing Year 10 at Denison College Kelso High Campus and is already a seasoned featured performer with a bright future ahead. Pictured above: Denison College dancers Lily Cole of Bathurst High Campus and Kelso High Campus’s Mia Ryan are both STARS of the Schools Spectacular. Picture left: Lily Cole rehearsing at Qudos Bank arena


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Book worm with Jenny Barry

LOCAL AUTHOR AND ARTIST LAUNCHING NEW BOOK AND EXHIBITION Tales of the Bridle Track: Bathurst to Hill End is the latest work from local Author and Artist Sharon Shelton. Her book and exhibition launch will be taking place at the historic Tremain’s Mill on Sunday 24 November. “Bridle Track Revealed”

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s a resident on the Bridle Track, Sharon has spent the last four years speaking to residents, farmers workers and visitors to the remote track, documenting their stories for this new book. The book includes many original photographs as well as a number of Sharon’s own works in a beautifully presented 450 page hardcover book. Sharon Shelton has had a varied career as a primary school teacher,

HAVING READ THE longawaited memoir from Archie Roach over the weekend, I am even more eager to hear him talking about it in person when he comes to Bathurst next week. He is on a national tour speaking about Tell Me Why: The Story of My Life and Music and will be in-conversation with his great friend, Brisbanebased artist and Wiradyuri man, Robert ‘Birrunga’ Henderson, at BMEC on Wednesday 13 November. To read the story of Archie’s life was an incredibly moving experience. Taken as a small child from his Aboriginal family, he has spent the majority of his adult life trying to find his birth family and to reconnect to country. His songs have mirrored much of that journey over the fifteen albums he has made in a career of almost 30 years in the Australian music industry. Archie Roach is a man of many faces - musician, father and grandfather,

seeker, teenage alcoholic, lover – but his pathway through life has been full of hardship and heartbreak. This memoir is a profoundly moving story of that loss, but also an incredible account of survival, hope and resilience from a man dedicated to bringing healing, through his music, to people everywhere. In Tell Me Why, he recollects the journey his music has taken him on, both here in Australia and internationally. He has worked and performed with some of the best musicians in this country, after Paul Kelly and Steve Connelly, from the then Paul Kelly and The Messengers, worked with him to produce his first album, Charcoal Lane, in 1990. This album contains his most celebrated song, Took The Children Away, which

has become an anthem for Indigenous peoples about the experiences of the Stolen Generations. Tell Me Why is written is a beautifully clear and honest voice. Archie also writes in great detail about the life he shared with his great love, musician and singer Ruby Hunter. Also taken from her family as a child, together they saved and supported each other, raised a family and built a life in music. What especially struck me in reading this very special memoir is the warmth of this man, his love for family and people, his passion for music and his unwavering belief in its healing power for every individual. Tell Me Why has also inspired a limited edition companion CD of the same name, featuring the first-ever recording of the first song he wrote, Open Up Your Eyes. Archie will also be performing some of his iconic songs at his event in Bathurst on Wednesday 13 November at 6.30pm. Tickets for what promises to be an incredibly special evening are available from BMEC 6333 6161 or www.bmec. com.au This event is brought to you by the Bathurst Writers’ and Readers’ Festival, in association with BooksPlus and BMEC/Local Stages.

artist, illustrator and author. She began ART EXHIBITION watercolour painting in the 1980sby SHARON SHELTON under instruction from Frederic Bates Featuring over 30 pieces of art for exhibition and sale at the (FRAS) where she developed her love of watercolour and landscape paintings. BOOK LAUNCH “Tales of the Bridle Track: Bathurst to Hill In 1998 – 2004 she attended wildlife End” painting with Garry Fleming, one of th Australia’s most published artists, 2019. SUNDAY 24 wildlife NOVEMBER, illustrator and author of children’s books. 10am – 5pm Sharon has illustrated several children’s books and written a series titled “LizzieST BATHURST TREMAIN’S MILL, 11 KEPPEL and Rose”, the adventures of a grey wallaby joey and a red cattle dog pup. Also on display will be original photographs, For more information the maps and relicson from the Bridle Track. opening or for details on the book, please contactContact SharonSharon via email foron details: sharon.shelton55@outlook.com

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STANNIES ART & TECHNOLOGY SHOW Creative Arts and TAS Student Exhibition Featuring Year 12 Major Works

Friday 15 November 2019 6pm to 8pm Saturday 16 November 2019 10am to 2pm Venue: Marble Hall, Wilkinson Room, Senior Ref and the Trade Trading Centre

Friday 15 November | 6pm to 8pm Opening Night Please join us for refreshments

Saturday 16 November | 10am to 2pm 10.30am Stannies Old Boys Association AGM 11am College Tour 12.30pm Public Lecture - Graham Lupp, Artist 1.30pm Afternoon Tea

Bathurst History comes alive JOIN BATHURST ARTIST Graham Lupp as he discusses the story behind the design and architecture of the buildings of St Stanislaus’ College. As the special guest of the Stannies Art & Technology Show, author of the acclaimed two-volume art-history publication Building Bathurst -The Story of those who built Bathurst and Central NSW, 1815—1915, Building Bathurst Graham’s book is a biographical survey of those architects and builders who built Bathurst and much of Central New South Wales in the period from the founding of Bathurst, the oldest inland European settlement in Australia, in 1815 to about the end of WWI. His extensive and meticulous research

details the contribution made by the major figures who lived in Bathurst, and also spread their influence by working all over Central NSW. In 2019, Graham’s work was acknowledged with a Queen’s Birthday Honours, Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) for service to community history in Bathurst. The symbolism of the world’s architecture has also gradually emerged as a dominant theme in Lupp’s painting career. In particular, his attention is devoted to those examples which, through the skill of their creators, best express human spirituality. He considers religious architecture, from all parts of the globe, to be perhaps the pinnacle of human creativity.

P&F Art Show Raffle Tickets on sale - $5 each

1st Prize: 2 Diamond Seat tickets to Elton John’s Farewell Yellow Brick Road Bathurst Concert 2nd prize: 1 x framed Artist Giclée print St Stanislaus College by Graham Lupp 3rd prize: 1 night’s accommodation at Rydges Bathurst for two in a deluxe spa suite with 1pm check out includes breakfast for 2 in Chicane Bar & Grill Other prizes: 1 x $100 JB HiFi voucher; 1 x Stannies Blue Ukulele with carry case; 1 x $25 B-Town BBQ at The Oxford voucher; 1 x pair of Metro Cinemas movie tickets

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DAY OF THE DEAD AT THE FOUNDATIONS

The Foundations in Portland transformed into a scene reminiscent of a Mexican festival last Saturday night as the venue put on a Day of the Dead celebration as an ending to the Lithgow Halloween festival.

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he evening included a sumptuous mexican feast that went all night, entertainment from the Lost Mariachis, a spectacular fire performance and projections of traditional Day of the Dead imagery on the buildings. The old powerhouse building that used to be the engine room for the former cement works is fast becoming a popular venue for large events, having hosted a number of events this year, including a wedding for over 350 guests recently. “The goal we have for the Foundations, particularly in this heritage building precinct, is to create captivating experiences for people that they will remember for a lifetime,” said Chief Reactivation Officer, Rich Evans. The event on Saturday night saw visitors from Bathurst, the Blue Mountains and a number of guests from Sydney. A sign that as the development grows, it will become a major drawcard for the towns tourism offering. The next event coming up at the foundations is the Markets this Sunday from 9am - 2pm. Then on Saturday 23 November the second annual Twilight Markets will take place with lots of food, entertainment and market stalls on offer.

Easy cheesy omelette

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IF YOU’RE FEELING hungry, and looking for a healthy meal on the run, an omelette is easy to make and really hits the spot. TAFE NSW Tourism and Hospitality Teacher, Robyn Ward, said from weekend breakfasts to speedy dinners, there’s no wrong time to eat an omelette. “It’s as simple as whisking up the egg mixture and then jazzing it up with your favourite fillings. “When the top surface

of the eggs has thickened while cooking and no visible liquid remains, this is the perfect time to add your filling and flip one side of the omelette over.”You will learn more healthy recipes by studying a hospitality course at TAFE NSW.” For more information about the range of hospitality and commercial cookery courses at TAFE NSW available for semester one enrolment, visit tafensw. edu.au or phone 131 601.

Ingredients • 2 tsp olive oil • 2 eggs • ½ avocado, diced • 25gms fetta cheese,

crumbled • 2 cherry tomatoes, quartered • 1 tsp chopped parsley • ¼ cup tasty cheese, grated

Method 1. Heat oil in a small nonstick frying pan over a medium-high heat 2. Whisk eggs with one tablespoon water in a small jug until well combined. Season with salt and pepper. 3. Pour mixture into hot pan and cook for two

minutes or until the egg is almost set. 4. Top one-half of omelette with avocado, fetta, tomato and parsley (or fillings of choice). Fold omelette over to enclose filling. Sprinkle with tasty cheese. 5. Transfer to a serving plate.


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Last weekend more than 140 drivers flocked to Mount Panorama to compete in the 75th CAMS Australian Hill Climb Championship.

The Persuader Steve Semmens hit’s a running milestone

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his was the 12th time the Bathurst Light Car Club have been given hosting duties, with their last national event taking place in 2012, giving competitors the expectation of a solid event. Reigning champion Malcolm Oastler headlined the impressive field of cars from all walks of life and kept his title in tact after the weekend. 2nd place went to Dean Amos with Dean Tighe in 3rd. Organisers of the event are very happy with the success of the event. A full listing of results is available at https://bathurstlightcarclub. com.au/uploads/downloads/19110203_AHC_Provisional_Full_ Results.pdf Photos: Captured Creations

THE 26th AND 27th October 2019 will be etched in my memory for some time for achieving a couple of major milestones in the running arena. Firstly, I completed my 50th Park Run and secondly, I completed, along with Sharyn and Ethan, the Panorama Punish for the first time. Though I was a runner 35 years ago I haven’t done much since and in the past decade I have suffered from 3 heart episodes and a list of other health problems. I had made a few odd attempts at losing weight and getting fit again but they were usually short term. One year ago Suzie Winn coached me on a weight loss program and I lost 10 kilos in 10 weeks. Part of the program was to walk every day and this resulted in Sharyn and myself religiously ensuring we partook in Park Run at 8am every Saturday morning regardless of rain, hail, or snow. Ok it only rained a couple of times! Sharyn’s discipline and assistance has kept me on the straight and narrow ensuring I don’t fall back into my old habits and we enjoy the friendly family competition. The support of other Park Runners is phenomenal and because of their belief in us, it gave Sharyn and myself the confidence to take on the Panorama Punish. The feeling of completing this torturous 6.2km was exhilarating and I especially enjoyed flying down the hill! I am so looking forward to next year’s Punish and completing my 100th Park Run!   - Words and Picture supplied by Steve Semmens

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GEORGE ST 1873 A RARELYSEEN (State Library) image of George Street c1873. We are looking up from near the Durham corner. Only a couple of these buildings survive today close to their original form. The large building at left is, of course, completely gone. The site is now occupied by a tyre shop and other businesses. In 1873 this was the Union mill and it was an imposing structure in the centre of town. The mill was built by Syers brothers and owned by Boylson and Sons. It was destroyed by fire in 1880. Quite why the building has bricked-up doors and windows in the photo is not known but possibly having

that many potentially open access points was a security issue for the operator. Across the road was a row of hotels. The Rose and Crown, Black Horse and Great Western were all in that block. The sign for the Sydney hotel can be seen in that congested area. Back to the other side, the large sign for the Good Woman Hotel and its owner is easily spotted and dates the photo quite exactly. Further up towards Howick Street, what was known as the “Osborne building” can be seen. From the 1850s onwards this was primarily a grocery/department store run by the Meaghers, Mocklers and Webbs. It was demolished in 2011

though there is a sympathetic set of shops there now and the name is perpetuated. Next to that shop is the Club House hotel which operated on the Howick corner well into the 20th century. It was replaced by the AMP building and now by a far more sympathetic structure. The spire of the Presbyterian church stands proudly above them all. The state of the road is appalling with ruts and rocks everywhere. It must have made transport for horse teams and pedestrians difficult.

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Plain George?

BY A HUMBLE HERITAGE ADVOCATE

Bathurst Drivers race at Eastern Creek FOUR BATHURST DRIVERS competed at round 7 of the NSW motor racing championships at Sydney Motor Sport Park at Eastern Creek. Scott Tutton in the improved production over 2 litre driving his Mitsubishi Evo 3, Denis Lesslie in the

formula open wheeler cars driving his Dallara, Stuart Inwood in the sports sedans driving his Corvette CS and Harrision Field also in the sports sedans driving his Datsun 120y. All four drivers had great results over the weekends racing. Scott Tutton finished 3RD in race two in

his Mitsubishi Evo. While Stuart Inwood finished 2ND in race Three in his Corvette CS. Denis Lesslie and Harrison Field finished in the top 10 places in their races over the weekend Story and Photos supplied by Warren Hawkless

THE GOOD FOLK over at the NSW Office of Environment & Heritage reckon the railway station at Georges Plains is worthy of inclusion on the NSW State Heritage Register. The folk at equally historic and forlorn Raglan Station tell me it is a “type 1 subtype 2, built in 1876”. They quote Gowan McDonald who wrote …”Within the land of the Wiradjuri people the village of Georges Plains, named by European Settlers in honour of George 111 (King of England from 1760 to 1820), was one of at least three Government stock stations established when the western side of the Macquarie was reserved

for Government use. It is still possible to see the remnants of the shop and post office in the main street, and the pleasing, picturesque railway station still stands, as if waiting to welcome alighting passengers, and the old pub remains, but as a private residence.” Its heritage significance was recorded thus in 2009 … “It is one of six similar structures to survive in an intact form, all of which had variations in expression and detail. Although the station building has been extended and minor changes have been made to the site it is a relatively intact small country station in good condition with an overall

historic and visual unity that enhances its significance. The structures form, with the nearby classified Anglican church, a strong visual statement in the landscape and townscape.” The Railway Station in 2019 is in desperate need of an occupant. Now set up as a residence, it could be reinvigorated quite easily as a home, a community centre, café or similar. Contact us at heritagebathurst@gmail. com if you would like to discuss this opportunity.

Thought of the week … “use it or lose it”

TREASURES IN GLASS

Memory van Bathurst

The Friends of All Saints Cathedral

Suitable for: Members of the general public who would like to drop by for a chat and access information on dementia, memory concerns and steps you can take to maintain brain health.

welcome Guest Speaker Dr Bronwyn Hughes stained glass historian and consultant

on Saturday 16th November at 2 pm in All Saints’ Cathedral

Time: 12:00pm - 2:00pm

followed by refreshments. Donation $25.00 for visitors and $20 for members of the Friends Proceeds to The Friends of All Saints’ Cathedral Bathurst

Thursday 7th November 2019

The Memory Van is available to people living with dementia, their families and carers, and the general community. The Memory Van provides an opportunity to speak with a staff member from Dementia Australia and access information and resources.

Tickets available at the Church Office

When: 7th Nov 2019 Where: Keppel St Bathurst (in front of Bathurst City Library)

Cost: Free

(Tues to Fri, 9 am to 1 pm),

Additional information and bookings: Booking not essential. For more information please call:

Church Street, Bathurst Ph 6331 4711 RSVP by 14.11.19

Jenny Roberts 0407 615 480

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Toastmasters BATHURST TOASTMASTERS CLUB recently held an information stall at Miss Trails House. The club is actively promoting the services provided by the club and Toastmasters International, the third largest service club in the world. On the night of Monday the 18 November, an open demonstration meeting will be conducted. Invitation to this meeting will be

AUSSIES REJOICE! SAUSAGE FESTIVAL HEADED TO MUDGEE An epic celebration of all things snags will be held in Mudgee on Saturday, 30 November 2019

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udgee and NSW’s Central West will come together to showcase their awardwinning snags, gourmet produce, local wine, entertainment and more! As a tribute to everyone’s favourite savoury snack – the humble, mouthwatering snag – inflatable snag battles, the ultimate Pimp Your Snag condiment station, a sausage-eating competition and more will feature on the day, celebrating the very best of Mudgee and NSW’s Central West.

Mudgee’s renowned local wine, produce and gourmet delicacies will take centre stage in the Taste Mudgee food hall and a whopping selection of sausages will be on offer in Australia’s own Meatpacker District, including creative flavours like vegemite and cheese and delicious veggie options, where local butchers will battle it out to claim the people’s choice award. Consider yourself a budding cook? Why not get involved in the cooking demonstrations throughout the

day, led by Mudgee’s own The Little Cooking School. The little snags sure haven’t been forgotten! The Chipolatas Kid Zone will keep the kids entertained for hours thanks to a giant inflatable obstacle course, petting zoo and face painting. Plus, the best local musicians and performers will be hitting the stage, with a special performance by hottest party band Furnace and the Fundamentals to conclude the festival, along with an epic fireworks display. Gates Open from 12pm at Mudgee Showground (entry via 59 Douro Street).

NEWS extended to many local organizations but it is open to anyone who may be interested in seeing how this organization operators. The further good news is the announcement of a very popular Speechcraft course, open to the public, to be run on the week-end of 16 and 17 November. Enquiries should be made to Brad McWilliams. 0439857957.

FROM: BATHURST ROVING LEO REPORT STORY: BIRTHDAY PARTY Hi people, it’s Leo here. Today I am going to talk about laser tag. I went to a birthday party at the new laser skirmish building. It was awesome, there was a really cool arcade game with Donkey Kong and Pac-Man. There was also table soccer but the best

thing was of all was obviously the Laser Tag - for your gear, there were soldier vests (I ended up being the only person wearing one but I didn’t care) and a variety of hats and guns to choose from. The first game we played was Green vs Red but unfortunately Green, my team, lost. The second game was Zombie Attack, that’s were two people start as the Zombies and the rest of the fighters stay hidden next to a jeep (that looks like a bomb went off in it). And the last game was Imperial vs The Star Wars Rebels.... I was on the Imperial’s and guess who won..... us! The Imperials, that was a first for the day I think. Until next time, Leo Roving Report

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White Men Can’t Jump, Friday 8th November at 8:30pm on 7Mate If ever there was an iconic 1990’s movie that put Hollywood star Woody Harrelson and Action-man Wesley Snipes, its got to be this classic basketball flick. Billy Hoyle (Harrelson) is a white basketball hustler who banks on black players underestimating his skills on the court. When he pulls one over on Sidney Deane (Snipes), his victim sees a lucrative opportunity, and they become partners in the con game, plying their trade across the courts of Los Angeles. Meanwhile, Billy has to keep one step ahead of mobsters, to whom he owes money, while staying on the good side of his "Jeopardy!"-obsessed, motormouth wife, Gloria (Hollywood funny lady Rosie Perez).

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SBS ONE - 3

5:30 Deutsche Welle News 6:00 France 24 English News 6:30 Al Jazeera English News 7:00 BBC News 7:30 Italian News 8:10 Filipino News 8:40 French News 9:30 Greek News 10:30 German News 11:00 Spanish News 11:30 Turkish News 12:00 Arabic News F24 12:30 ABC America: World News Tonight 1:00 PBS NewsHour 2:00 Dateline 2:30 Insight 3:30 10 Things To Know About The Future 4:30 The Supervet 5:30 Letters and Numbers 6:00 Mastermind Australia 6:30 SBS World News 7:30 Tony Robinson: Britain’s Ancient Tracks 8:30 Years and Years 10:45 SBS World News Late 11:15 Whiskey Cavalier

SBS VICELAND - 31

5:30 Indonesian News 6:10 Hong Kong News 6:30 Chinese News 7:00 Russian News 7:30 Polish News 8:00 Ukrainian News 8:30 Macedonian News 9:00 Croatian News 9:30 Serbian News 10:00 Dutch News 10:30 F24 International & Africa News 11:00 NHK Japanese News 11:35 Hindi News 12:00 NBL: Melbourne Phoenix v Melbourne Unite 2:05 NBL: Adelaide 36ers v Sydney Kings 4:10 PBS NewsHour 5:10 If You Are the One 6:20 New Girl 6:45 MythBusters 7:45 The X-Files 8:35 I Origins 10:35 Red Dawn

ABC - 2

5:30 One Plus One 6:00 News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News Mornings 10:00 Gardening Australia 10:29 Ask the Doctor 11:14 Shakespeare & Hathaway 12:00 ABC News at Noon 12:30 National Press Club 1:30 Compass 2:00 Janet King 3:03 The Cook and the Chef 3:31 Hard Quiz 4:01 Think Tank 5:14 Shakespeare & Hathaway 6:00 The Drum 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:02 Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery 8:32 Gruen 9:09 Frayed 9:56 Adam Hills: The Last Leg 10:38 ABC Late News 11:07 The Business 11:24 Four Corners

ABC COMEDY - 22

5:48 Children's Programs 3:30 Play School 3:58 Bananas in Pyjamas 4:15 Kazoops! 4:23 Dinosaur Train 4:36 Emma! 4:40 Lah-Lah’s Stripy Sock Club 4:51 Waffle the Wonder Dog 5:05 Play School Nursery Rhyme News Time 5:12 Numtums 5:18 Thomas & Friends: Big World! 5:31 Fireman Sam 5:45 Peppa Pig 5:52 Nella the Princess Knight 6:07 Floogals 6:20 Bluey 6:27 Luo Bao Bei 6:40 Dino Dana 6:52 Andy’s Safari Adventures 7:07 Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 7:20 Hey Duggee 7:32 Spicks and Specks 8:01 Black Books 8:27 Detectorists 8:57 Community 9:26 The Office 9:48 Green Wing 10:39 Red Dwarf 11:10 30 Rock 11:33 Community 12:00 The Office

PRIME 7 - 6

5:30 Sunrise 9:00 The Morning Show 11:30 Seven Morning News 12:00 More Sex & the Single Mom 2:00 The Daily Edition 3:00 The Chase 4:00 Seven News at 4 5:00 The Chase Australia 6:00 Prime7 News 7:00 Home and Away 7:30 Highway Patrol 8:00 Motorbike Cops 8:30 The Good Doctor 9:30 God Friended Me 10:30 The Latest: Seven News 11:00 Chicago Fire 12:00 Code Black

ABC ME - 23

5:58 Children's Programs 12:17 Bottersnikes & Gumbles 12:31 Dinotrux 12:55 Jamillah and Aladdin 1:06 Odd Squad 1:30 Strange Hill High 1:57 Backstage 2:21 Degrassi: Next Class 2:45 The Next Step 3:07 Get Blake! 3:20 The Roy Files 3:36 Horrible Histories 4:06 Spirit Riding Free 4:30 Stacked! 4:36 Hank Zipzer 5:02 Find Me in Paris 5:30 Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir 5:52 Wishfart 6:05 Dragons: Race to the Edge 6:27 BtN Newsbreak 6:35 Operation Ouch! 7:03 Deadly Pole to Pole 7:32 Shaun the Sheep 7:40 The Penguins of Madagascar 8:02 Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness 8:26 Super Dinosaur 8:47 The New Legends of Monkey 9:11 Slugterra 9:33 Teenage Boss 9:59 rage

WIN - 8

4:30 CBS This Morning 6:00 Headline News 8:30 Studio 10 12:00 Dr. Phil 1:00 The Bachelorette Australia 3:20 Judge Judy 3:50 Entertainment Tonight 4:00 The Bold & the Beautiful 5:00 10 News First 6:00 Celebrity Name Game 6:30 The Project 7:30 The Bachelorette Australia 8:40 Playing For Keeps 10:40 Sports Tonight 11:10 WIN’s All Australian News

WIN BOLD - 81

5:05 The Doctors 6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 Formula One 9:00 Jake and the Fatman 10:00 Cheers 11:00 Scorpion 12:00 Matlock 1:00 WIN’s All Australian News 2:00 Jake and the Fatman 3:00 Diagnosis Murder 4:00 Star Trek: The Next Generation 5:00 Star Trek: Voyager 6:00 Judge Judy 6:30 Bondi Rescue 7:30 NCIS 8:30 NCIS: Los Angeles 10:20 NCIS

NINE - 5

5:30 Today 9:00 Today Extra 11:30 Nine Morning News 12:00 Ellen 1:00 Explore TV-Viking 1:30 The Block 3:00 Nine News Now 4:00 Nine Afternoon News 5:00 Millionaire Hot Seat 6:00 Nine News 7:00 A Current Affair 7:30 The Block 8:40 Love Island Australia 9:40 Abused By My Girlfriend 10:50 Beauty and the Beach 11:50 Chicago Med

WIN PEACH - 82

5:30 The King of Queens 6:05 The Barefoot Bandits 6:30 Hanazuki 7:00 Cardfight!! Vanguard 8:00 Totally Wild 8:35 Cardfight!! Vanguard: Legion Mate 9:00 Totally Spies 9:30 Crocamole 10:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 10:30 Becker 11:00 Frasier 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News 1:00 Medium 3:00 Becker 3:30 The King of Queens 4:00 Seinfeld 5:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 5:30 Frasier 6:00 Celebrity Name Game 6:30 Neighbours 7:00 Friends 8:00 Seinfeld 9:00 Two and a Half Men 10:30 Seinfeld 11:30 The Late Late Show

7TWO - 62

5:30 Danoz - H20 Steam FX Pro 6:00 Brand Developers - Perfect Fit Bed 6:30 Global Shop - One Power Readers 7:00 News of the Wild 7:30 Kitty Is Not a Cat 8:00 Jay’s Jungle 8:30 Million Dollar Minute 9:30 NBC Today 12:00 Queensland Weekender 12:30 The Great Day Out 1:00 The Chase 2:00 Million Dollar Minute 3:00 Harry’s Practice 3:30 Air Crash Investigations 4:30 Room for Improvement 5:00 Medical Emergency 5:30 Escape to the Country 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line 8:30 Air Crash Investigation: Special Report 10:30 Air Crash Investigations 11:30 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line

9GEM - 52

5:00 TV Shop - Home Shopping 7:00 Creflo Dollar Ministries 7:30 TV Shop - Home Shopping 10:30 Ellen 11:30 My Favorite Martian 12:00 Death in Paradise 1:10 Days of Our Lives 2:05 Young & the Restless 3:00 Antiques Roadshow 3:30 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 5:30 Vet on the Hill 6:30 Antiques Roadshow 7:30 DCI Banks 8:30 Agatha Christie’s Marple 10:30 The Closer 11:30 Guiltology

7MATE - 63

6:00 Brand Developers 6:30 Global Shop - Cop Cam 7:00 Counting Cars 7:30 Fishing & Adventure 8:00 Storage Wars: Texas 8:30 Pawn Stars 9:00 American Pickers 10:00 A Football Life 11:00 America’s Game: The Super Bowl Champions 12:00 World’s Most Amazing Videos 1:00 World’s Toughest Cops 2:00 Robot Combat League 3:00 Gold Fever 4:00 Counting Cars 4:30 Loaded 5:00 Counting Cars 5:30 American Pickers 6:30 Storage Wars: Canada 7:00 Pawn Stars 7:30 Australian Spartan 9:00 The Simpsons 10:00 Family Guy 11:00 American Dad! 12:00 LPL Pro Rocket League Highlights

SBS FOOD - 33

11:30 Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook 12:00 Martha’s Cooking School 12:30 The Cook and the Chef 1:00 Nigella Bites 1:30 Dinner Date 2:30 Sachie’s Kitchen 3:00 Oliver’s Twist 3:30 Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook 4:00 Hairy Bikers 5:00 Bill’s Kitchen: Notting Hill 5:30 Martha’s Cooking School 6:00 The Cook and the Chef 7:00 Nigella Bites 7:30 Two Greedy Italians 8:35 Donal’s Asian Baking Adventure 9:35 Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown 10:35 River Cottage Australia 11:30 The Cook and the Chef

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THURSDAY 07 NOVEMBER 5:30 7:00 7:30 8:10 8:40 9:30 9:50

SBS ONE - 3

International News BBC News Italian News Filipino News French News Greek News Live: FIFA U-17 World Cup 12:00 Arabic News F24 12:30 ABC America: World News Tonight 1:00 PBS NewsHour 2:00 Inside World War II 3:00 Disneynature: Growing Up Wild 4:25 Dinosaur Vs Whale 5:30 Letters and Numbers 6:00 Mastermind Australia 6:30 SBS World News 7:30 Ainsley’s Australian Market Menu 8:30 Trevor McDonald’s Indian Train Adventure 9:25 The Name of the Rose 10:30 SBS World News Late 11:00 Bosch 12:00 Outlander

SBS VICELAND - 31

5:30 International News 8:30 Macedonian News 9:00 Croatian News 9:30 Serbian News 10:00 Dutch News 10:30 Somali News 11:00 NHK Japanese News 11:35 Hindi News 12:00 NBL: New Zealand Breakers v Perth Wildca 2:00 Beerland 3:00 PBS NewsHour 4:00 ABC America: World News Tonight 4:30 New Girl 5:00 NBL Slam Highlights Show 5:30 Live: NBL: New Zealand Breakers v Melbou 7:30 The X-Files 8:30 The Feed 9:30 100 Vaginas 10:25 Full Frontal with Samantha Bee 10:55 Nude 11:45 Jasper and Errol’s First Time

ABC - 2

5:30 One Plus One 6:00 News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News Mornings 10:00 Gardening Australia 10:30 Ask the Doctor 11:14 Shakespeare & Hathaway 12:00 ABC News at Noon 12:59 Andrew Olle Media Lecture 1:56 Janet King 3:02 The Cook and the Chef 3:30 Hard Quiz 4:02 Think Tank 5:13 Shakespeare & Hathaway 5:59 The Drum 6:54 Sammy J 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:02 Grand Designs Australia 8:53 Shetland 9:53 Killing Eve 10:37 ABC Late News 11:07 The Business 11:24 Thirteen

ABC COMEDY - 22

5:48 Children's Programs 5:05 Play School Nursery Rhyme News Time 5:11 Numtums 5:17 Thomas & Friends: Big World! 5:30 Fireman Sam 5:45 Peppa Pig 5:52 Nella the Princess Knight 6:07 Floogals 6:20 Bluey 6:27 Luo Bao Bei 6:40 Dino Dana 6:52 Andy’s Safari Adventures 7:07 Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 7:20 Hey Duggee 7:32 Spicks and Specks 8:01 QI 8:32 Mock the Week 9:04 The Office 9:48 Sammy J 9:53 Frayed 10:40 Red Dwarf 11:11 Great News 11:54 Wham Bam Thank You Ma’am

FRIDAY 08 NOVEMBER SBS ONE - 3

ABC - 2

5:30 Deutsche Welle News 6:00 France 24 English News 6:30 Al Jazeera English News 7:00 BBC News 7:30 Italian News 8:10 Filipino News 8:40 French News 9:30 Greek News 10:30 German News 11:00 Spanish News 11:30 Turkish News 12:00 Arabic News F24 12:30 ABC America: World News Tonight 1:00 PBS NewsHour 2:00 The Point 3:00 NITV News: Nula 3:30 Living Black 4:05 The Loving Story 5:30 Letters and Numbers 6:00 Mastermind Australia 6:30 SBS World News 7:35 Nile: Egypt’s Great River 8:30 The Cove 10:10 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown 11:05 SBS World News Late 11:15 The Feed

5:30 One Plus One 6:00 News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News Mornings 10:00 Gardening Australia 10:30 Ask the Doctor 11:14 Shakespeare & Hathaway 12:00 ABC News at Noon 1:00 One Plus One 1:30 Dream Gardens 2:01 Unforgotten 3:01 Poh’s Kitchen 3:30 Hard Quiz 4:02 Think Tank 5:13 Shakespeare & Hathaway 6:00 The Drum 7:00 ABC News 7:32 Gardening Australia 8:31 Grantchester 9:20 Unforgotten 10:07 ABC Late News 10:37 The Business 10:54 Gruen 11:31 Planet America

5:30 Indonesian News 6:10 Hong Kong News 6:30 Chinese News 7:00 Russian News 7:30 Polish News 8:00 Bosnian News 8:30 Macedonian News 9:00 Croatian News 9:30 Serbian News 10:00 Dutch News 10:30 Armenian News 11:00 NHK Japanese News 11:35 Hindi News 12:00 NBL: Illawarra Hawks v Brisbane Bullets 2:00 NBL: Melbourne United v Sydney Kings 4:00 PBS NewsHour 5:00 If You Are the One 6:10 New Girl 6:35 If You Are the One 7:35 The X-Files 8:30 Inside the X Files 9:25 60 Days In 11:05 The Last Man on Earth 11:55 Undressed Italy

5:48 Children's Programs 4:50 Waffle the Wonder Dog 5:05 Play School Nursery Rhyme News Time 5:12 Numtums 5:17 Thomas & Friends: Big World! 5:30 Fireman Sam 5:45 Peppa Pig 5:53 Nella the Princess Knight 6:07 Floogals 6:20 Bluey 6:27 Luo Bao Bei 6:40 Dino Dana 6:52 Andy’s Safari Adventures 7:07 Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 7:20 Hey Duggee 7:32 Spicks and Specks 8:01 Hard Quiz 8:33 Gruen XL 9:20 The Office 10:04 Gavin & Stacey 11:06 Gavin and Stacey: 12 Days of Christmas 11:37 Red Dwarf

SBS VICELAND - 31

ABC COMEDY - 22

PRIME 7 - 6

5:30 Sunrise 9:00 The Morning Show 11:30 Seven Morning News 12:00 Death of a Vegas Showgirl 2:00 The Daily Edition 3:00 The Chase 4:00 Seven News at 4 5:00 The Chase Australia 6:00 Prime7 News 7:00 Home and Away 8:30 The Good Doctor 9:30 God Friended Me 10:30 The Latest: Seven News 11:00 Chicago Fire 12:00 Grandfathered

ABC ME - 23

5:58 Children's Programs 3:07 Get Blake! 3:20 The Roy Files 3:36 Horrible Histories 4:05 Spirit Riding Free 4:30 Stacked! 4:35 Hank Zipzer 5:03 Find Me in Paris 5:30 Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir 5:52 Wishfart 6:05 Dragons: Race to the Edge 6:27 BtN Newsbreak 6:35 Operation Ouch! 7:03 Deadly Pole to Pole 7:32 Shaun the Sheep 7:39 The Penguins of Madagascar 8:02 Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness 8:25 Super Dinosaur 8:47 The New Legends of Monkey 9:12 Slugterra 9:35 Teenage Boss 10:04 rage: Guest Programmer

PRIME 7 - 6

5:30 Sunrise 9:00 The Morning Show 11:30 Seven Morning News 12:00 Gates of Paradise 2:00 The Daily Edition 3:00 The Chase 4:00 Seven News at 4 5:00 The Chase Australia 6:00 Prime7 News 7:00 Better Homes & Gardens 8:30 Dawn of the Planet of the Apes 11:15 Surveillance Oz: Dashcam 12:00 The Making of a Hollywood Madam

ABC ME - 23

5:58 Children's Programs 3:36 Horrible Histories 4:06 Spirit Riding Free 4:30 Stacked! 4:35 Hank Zipzer 5:03 Find Me In Paris 5:30 Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir 5:52 Wishfart 6:05 Dragons: Race to the Edge 6:28 BtN Newsbreak 6:35 Operation Ouch! 7:03 Deadly Pole to Pole 7:32 Shaun the Sheep 7:40 The Penguins of Madagascar 8:02 Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness 8:26 Good Game Spawn Point 8:47 Sailor Moon Crystal 9:11 Boruto: Naruto Next Generations 9:33 Sword Art Online 9:57 The Party Set 10:30 Stacked! The Pack Down

4:30 6:00 8:30 1:00

WIN - 8

CBS This Morning Headline News Studio 10 2019 Melbourne Cup Carnival 6:30 The Project 7:30 The Bachelorette Australia 9:00 Trial By Kyle 10:00 Law & Order: SVU 11:00 Blue Bloods 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News

WIN BOLD - 81

5:05 The Doctors 6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 Sports Tonight 8:30 Judge Judy 9:00 Jake and the Fatman 10:00 Cheers 11:00 Bondi Rescue 12:00 Matlock 1:00 WIN’s All Australian News 2:00 Jake and the Fatman 3:00 Diagnosis Murder 4:00 Star Trek: The Next Generation 5:00 10 News First 6:00 Judge Judy 6:30 Bondi Rescue 7:30 NCIS 8:30 Hawaii Five-O 9:30 L.A.’s Finest 10:30 NCIS 11:30 NCIS: Los Angeles

4:30 6:00 8:30 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 5:00 6:00 6:30 7:30 8:30

WIN - 8

CBS This Morning Headline News Studio 10 Entertainment Tonight Judge Judy Everyday Gourmet The Bold & the Beautiful 10 News First Celebrity Name Game The Project The Living Room The Graham Norton Show 9:30 Have You Been Paying Attention? 11:30 WIN’s All Australian News

WIN BOLD - 81

5:00 Star Trek: Voyager 6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 MotoGP 9:30 Cheers 11:00 Bondi Rescue 12:00 Matlock 1:00 WIN’s All Australian News 2:00 Jake and the Fatman 3:00 Diagnosis Murder 4:00 Star Trek: The Next Generation 6:00 Judge Judy 6:30 Bondi Rescue 7:30 Walker, Texas Ranger 11:30 NCIS: New Orleans

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NINE - 5

5:30 Today 9:00 Today Extra 11:30 Nine Morning News 12:00 Ellen 1:00 The Secret Life of the Zoo 2:00 The Block 3:00 Nine News Now 4:00 Nine Afternoon News 5:00 Millionaire Hot Seat 6:00 Nine News 7:00 A Current Affair 7:30 RBT 9:00 Love Island Australia 10:00 Bad Moms

WIN PEACH - 82

5:30 The King of Queens 6:05 The Barefoot Bandits 6:30 Hanazuki 7:00 Cardfight!! Vanguard 8:00 Scope 8:35 Cardfight!! Vanguard: Legion Mate 9:00 Totally Spies 9:30 Crocamole 10:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 10:30 Becker 11:00 Frasier 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News 1:00 Medium 3:00 Becker 3:30 The King of Queens 4:30 Everybody Loves Raymond 5:30 Frasier 6:30 Neighbours 7:00 Friends 8:00 Seinfeld 9:00 Nancy Drew 10:00 Will & Grace 11:30 The Late Late Show

NINE - 5

5:30 Today 9:00 Today Extra 11:30 Nine Morning News 12:00 Ellen 1:00 Charlie’s Angels Making of Special 1:10 Married Life 3:00 Nine News Now 4:00 Nine Afternoon News 5:00 Millionaire Hot Seat 6:00 Nine News 7:00 A Current Affair 7:30 Bondi Vet: Coast to Coast 8:30 Jason Bourne 10:55 A Man Apart

WIN PEACH - 82

5:30 The King of Queens 6:05 The Barefoot Bandits 6:30 Hanazuki 7:00 Cardfight!! Vanguard 8:00 Totally Wild 8:35 Cardfight!! Vanguard: Legion Mate 9:00 Totally Spies 9:30 Crocamole 10:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 10:30 Becker 11:00 Frasier 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News 1:00 Medium 3:00 Becker 3:30 The King of Queens 4:00 Seinfeld 5:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 5:30 Frasier 6:00 Celebrity Name Game 6:30 Neighbours 7:00 Friends 11:00 Brides of Beverly Hills 11:30 The Late Late Show

7TWO - 62

5:30 Danoz Direct - H2O HD Steam Cleaner 6:00 Thin Lizzy Puffy Eye Remover 6:30 Global Shop Smoke-Less Grill 7:00 News of the Wild 7:30 Kitty Is Not a Cat 8:00 Jay’s Jungle 8:30 Million Dollar Minute 9:30 NBC Today 12:00 Air Crash Investigation: Special Report 1:00 The Chase 2:00 Million Dollar Minute 3:00 Harry’s Practice 3:30 Air Crash Investigations 4:30 Room for Improvement 5:00 Medical Emergency 5:30 Escape to the Country 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Father Brown 8:30 A Touch of Frost 10:15 Britain’s Secrets 11:30 Air Crash Investigations

9GEM - 52

5:00 TV Shop - Home Shopping 7:00 Creflo Dollar Ministries 7:30 TV Shop - Home Shopping 10:30 Ellen 11:30 My Favorite Martian 12:00 DCI Banks 1:00 Days of Our Lives 1:55 Young & the Restless 2:50 Antiques Roadshow 3:20 Piccadilly Incident 5:30 Vet on the Hill 6:30 Antiques Roadshow 7:30 Death in Paradise 8:40 New Tricks 9:50 The First 48 11:50 What’s Your Emergency?

7TWO - 62

5:30 Danoz - H20 Steam FX Pro 6:00 Brand Developers - Instachill 6:30 Global Shop - Cop Cam 7:00 News of the Wild 7:30 Kitty Is Not a Cat 8:00 Jay’s Jungle 8:30 Million Dollar Minute 9:30 NBC Today 12:00 House of Wellness 1:00 Million Dollar Minute 1:30 Jump Off 2:00 World Para Athletics Championships 2:30 Million Dollar Minute 3:00 Harry’s Practice 3:30 Air Crash Investigations 4:30 Room for Improvement 5:00 Medical Emergency 5:30 Escape to the Country 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Pie in the Sky 8:30 The Bletchley Circle 10:30 Robbie Coltrane’s Critical Evidence

9GEM - 52

5:00 TV Shop - Home Shopping 7:00 Creflo Dollar Ministries 7:30 TV Shop - Home Shopping 10:30 Ellen 11:30 My Favorite Martian 12:00 Aircrash Confidential 1:00 Days of Our Lives 1:55 Young & the Restless 2:50 Antiques Roadshow 3:20 New Tricks 4:30 World’s Greatest Cities 5:30 Vet on the Hill 6:30 Antiques Roadshow 7:30 David Attenborough’s Life Story 8:40 Raiders of the Lost Ark 11:00 Urban Cowboy

7MATE - 63

5:30 Brand Developers - Kool Grill 6:00 Brand Developers - Instachill 6:30 Global Shop Smoke-Less Grill 7:00 Counting Cars 7:30 Creek to Coast 8:00 Storage Wars: Canada 8:30 Pawn Stars 9:00 American Pickers 10:00 A Football Life 11:00 America’s Game: The Super Bowl Champions 12:00 World’s Most Amazing Videos 1:00 World’s Toughest Cops 2:00 Robot Combat League 3:00 Gold Fever 4:00 Counting Cars 4:30 Bloopers 5:00 Counting Cars 5:30 American Pickers 6:30 Storage Wars: Canada 7:00 Pawn Stars 8:30 Die Hard 11:15 Fat Pizza: Back In Business

SBS FOOD - 33

11:30 Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook 12:00 Martha’s Cooking School 12:30 The Cook and the Chef 1:00 Nigella Bites 1:30 Dinner Date 2:30 Sachie’s Kitchen 3:00 Oliver’s Twist 3:30 Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook 4:00 Hairy Bikers Everyday Gourmets 5:00 Bill’s Kitchen: Notting Hill 5:30 Martha’s Cooking School 6:00 The Cook and the Chef 7:00 Nigella Bites 7:30 Donna Hay - Fast, Fresh, Simple 8:30 Loving Gluten Free 9:00 Delia’s How to Cook 9:30 Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown 10:30 River Cottage Australia 11:30 The Cook and the Chef

7MATE - 63

3:00 NFL 6:00 Brand Developers - Total Gym Fit 6:30 Global Shop - One Power Readers 7:00 Counting Cars 7:30 Creek to Coast 8:00 Storage Wars: Canada 8:30 Pawn Stars 9:00 American Pickers 10:00 NFL This Week 11:00 Bloopers 12:00 World’s Most Amazing Videos 1:00 World’s Toughest Cops 2:00 Robot Combat League 2:55 Bloopers 3:50 Pawn Stars 4:50 Australian Spartan 6:20 Ferris Bueller’s Day Off 8:30 White Men Can’t Jump 10:55 Moneyball

SBS FOOD - 33

11:30 Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook 12:00 Martha’s Cooking School 12:30 The Cook and the Chef 1:00 Nigella Bites 1:30 Dinner Date 2:30 Sachie’s Kitchen 3:00 Oliver’s Twist 3:30 Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook 4:00 Hairy Bikers Everyday Gourmets 5:00 Bill’s Kitchen: Notting Hill 5:30 Martha’s Cooking School 6:00 The Cook and the Chef 7:00 Nigella Bites 7:30 Made in Italy with Silvia Colloca 8:30 Nigella Kitchen 9:30 Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown 10:30 River Cottage Australia 11:30 The Cook and the Chef

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SATURDAY 09 NOVEMBER SBS ONE - 3

5:30 Deutsche Welle News 6:00 France 24 English News 6:30 Al Jazeera English News 7:00 BBC News 7:30 Italian News 8:10 Filipino News 8:40 French News 9:30 Greek News 10:30 German News 11:00 Spanish News 11:30 Turkish News 12:00 Arabic News F24 12:30 ABC America: World News Tonight 1:00 PBS NewsHour 2:00 Amazing Spaces: Shed of the Year 3:00 Coast New Zealand 4:00 Travel Man 4:30 Cruising with Jane McDonald 5:20 Who Do You Think You Are? 6:30 SBS World News 7:30 The Vietnam War 8:35 Churchill 10:35 What We Did on our Holiday

SBS VICELAND - 31

5:30 Indonesian News 6:10 Hong Kong News 6:30 Chinese News 7:00 Russian News 7:30 Polish News 8:00 Romanian News 8:30 Macedonian News 9:00 Croatian News 9:30 Serbian News 10:00 Dutch News 10:30 Hungarian News 11:00 NHK Japanese News 11:35 Hindi News 12:00 Front Up 12:30 The Feed 1:30 Business of Life 2:00 SBS Courtside 2:30 Live: NBA: Heat v Lakers 5:00 ABC America: World News Tonight 5:30 Live: NBL: Melbourne Phoenix v New Zeala 7:30 Speed with Guy Martin 8:30 Gattaca 10:25 Imperium

ABC - 2

5:00 rage 10:00 rage: Guest Programmer 11:14 Shakespeare & Hathaway 12:00 ABC News at Noon 12:30 Grantchester 1:17 Grand Designs Australia 2:08 Nigel Slater’s Middle East 3:00 Football: Women’s Int’l: AUS v CHL 5:00 A-League Newcastle Jets v Perth Glory 7:00 ABC News 7:31 Vanity Fair 8:21 The Good Karma Hospital 9:07 Total Control 9:58 Marcella 10:45 Father Brown 11:32 rage: Guest Programmer

ABC COMEDY - 22

5:48 Children's Programs 4:22 Dinosaur Train 4:36 Emma! 4:40 Lah-Lah’s Stripy Sock Club 4:50 Waffle the Wonder Dog 5:05 Play School Nursery Rhyme News Time 5:11 Numtums 5:17 The Gruffalo’s Child 5:45 Peppa Pig 5:52 Nella the Princess Knight 6:07 Floogals 6:20 Bluey 6:27 Luo Bao Bei 6:40 Dino Dana 6:52 Andy’s Safari Adventures 7:07 Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 7:20 Hey Duggee 7:32 Spicks and Specks 8:01 Would I Lie to You? 8:32 Live at the Apollo 9:18 Mock the Week 9:51 Comedy Next Gen 10:40 Comedy Up Late 11:11 Jimeoin: Yeehaa!

SUNDAY 10 NOVEMBER SBS ONE - 3

5:30 Deutsche Welle News 6:00 France 24 English News 6:30 Al Jazeera News 7:30 Italian News 8:10 Filipino News 8:40 French News 9:30 Greek News 10:30 German News 11:00 Spanish News 11:30 Turkish News 12:00 Arabic News F24 12:30 France 24 English News 1:00 Speedweek 3:00 ISU Figure Skating 5:30 Inside the SS 6:30 SBS World News 7:30 Secrets of the Railways 8:30 Secrets of the Pyramids 10:30 Life After The Oasis 12:00 The Day

SBS VICELAND - 31

5:30 6:10 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00

Indonesian News Hong Kong News Chinese News Russian News Polish News Maltese News SBS Courtside Live: NBA: Celtics v Spurs 11:30 Urdu News 11:35 Hindi News 12:00 PopAsia 1:00 Front Up 1:30 The Feed 2:30 France 24 English News 3:00 Live: NBL: Melbourne United v Adelaide 3 5:00 Live: NBL: Sydney Kings v Perth Wildcats 7:00 Underground Worlds 7:55 Forged in Fire 8:45 The End of the Tour 10:45 Team Spirit

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ABC - 2

7:00 Weekend Breakfast 9:01 Insiders 10:00 Offsiders 10:32 The World This Week 11:02 Compass 11:30 Songs of Praise 12:00 ABC News at Noon 12:30 Landline 1:30 Gardening Australia 2:30 Australia’s Lost Impressionist 3:30 The Art of the Game 3:59 The Mix 4:29 The House With Annabel Crabb 5:00 Australian Story 5:30 Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery 6:00 Antiques Roadshow 7:00 ABC News 7:42 Grand Designs 8:30 Total Control 9:19 Will Australia Ever Have A Black PM? 10:16 Gruen 10:53 Frayed 11:40 Friday on My Mind

ABC COMEDY - 22

5:48 Children's Programs 4:50 Waffle the Wonder Dog 5:05 Play School Nursery Rhyme News Time 5:12 Numtums 5:17 Thomas & Friends: Big World! 5:31 Fireman Sam 5:45 Peppa Pig 5:52 Nella the Princess Knight 6:07 Floogals 6:20 Bluey 6:28 Luo Bao Bei 6:40 Dino Dana 6:52 Andy’s Safari Adventures 7:07 Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 7:20 Hey Duggee 7:32 Spicks and Specks 8:01 Would I Lie to You? 8:32 Live at the Apollo 9:17 Daniel Muggleton: Let’s Never Hang Out 10:07 Adam Hills: The Last Leg 10:49 QI 11:20 Detectorists 11:50 Would I Lie to You?

PRIME 7 - 6

5:30 Brand Developers - Rock N Fit 6:00 Brand Developers - Perfect Fit Bed 6:30 Rejuderm 5-In1 Ultra Skin 7:00 Weekend Sunrise 10:00 The Morning Show - Weekend 12:00 Horse Racing 5:00 Seven News 5:30 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line 6:00 Seven News 7:00 Harry Potter & Deathly Hallows Part 1 9:50 The Maze Runner

ABC ME - 23

5:58 Children's Programs 2:10 Danger Mouse 2:22 TMNT 2:46 Boruto: Naruto Next Generations 3:10 The Legend of Korra 3:35 Sailor Moon Crystal 3:58 Superfan 4:07 Spirit Riding Free 4:35 Hank Zipzer 5:03 Find Me in Paris 5:30 Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir 5:52 Wishfart 6:05 Dragons: Race to the Edge 6:32 The Zoo 6:55 Deadly Pole to Pole 7:25 The Penguins of Madagascar 7:47 Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness 8:10 Super Dinosaur 8:32 The New Legends of Monkey 8:56 Slugterra 9:17 Teenage Boss

PRIME 7 - 6

5:30 Brand Developers - Instachill 6:00 Home Shopping 7:00 Weekend Sunrise 10:00 The Morning Show - Weekend 12:00 House of Wellness 1:00 Helloworld 1:30 World’s Deadliest Weather 4:00 Better Homes & Gardens 5:00 Seven News 5:30 Sydney Weekender 6:00 Seven News 7:00 Bride & Prejudice Forbidden Weddings 8:30 Sunday Night 9:30 A Confession 11:30 The Hall of Memory

5:58 2:42 3:10 3:57 4:08 4:31

ABC ME - 23

Children's Programs Stacked! Unpacked Mythbusters Jr. The Zoo Spirit Riding Free Good Game Spawn Point: Snack Size 4:36 Hank Zipzer 5:03 Find Me In Paris 5:30 Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir 5:52 Wishfart 6:05 Dragons: Race to the Edge 6:31 Teenage Boss 7:00 Deadly Pole to Pole 7:28 The Penguins of Madagascar 7:51 Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness 8:15 Super Dinosaur 8:37 The New Legends of Monkey 9:01 Slugterra 9:22 Teenage Boss 9:50 rage

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WIN - 8

5:30 Home Shopping 6:00 Reel Action 6:30 Escape Fishing with ET 7:00 RPM 8:00 The Living Room 9:00 The Loop 11:30 2019 Melbourne Cup Carnival 6:00 10 News First 7:00 Bondi Rescue 8:30 999: What’s Your Emergency? 9:30 Ambulance 11:45 Elementary

WIN BOLD - 81

5:00 Walker, Texas Ranger 6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 Hogan’s Heroes 8:30 IFISH 9:30 Studio 10: Saturday 12:00 Australia By Design: Innovation 12:30 Australia By Design: Landscapes 1:00 The Doctors 2:00 Diagnosis Murder 3:00 Star Trek: Voyager 4:00 David Attenborough’s Mountain Lions 5:00 Reel Action 5:30 Escape Fishing with ET 6:00 Cops 6:30 Scorpion 7:30 MacGyver 8:30 NCIS: New Orleans 10:20 L.A.’s Finest 11:20 NCIS: Los Angeles

WIN - 8

5:30 Home Shopping 6:00 Mass for You at Home 6:30 Hillsong 7:00 Leading the Way 7:30 Fishing Australia 8:00 The Living Room 9:00 Studio 10: Sunday 11:30 Supercars: Sandown 5:00 10 News First 6:00 Bondi Rescue 6:30 The Sunday Project 7:30 The Graham Norton Show 8:30 NCIS 11:30 The Sunday Project

WIN BOLD - 81

5:35 Hogan’s Heroes 6:00 Home Shopping 7:30 Key of David 8:00 Hogan’s Heroes 8:30 Diagnosis Murder 10:30 Escape Fishing with ET 11:00 Fishing Edge 11:30 Mission: Impossible 12:30 Snap Happy 1:00 Healthy Homes Australia 1:30 The Doctors 3:30 Car Crash Global: Caught on Camera 4:30 IFISH 5:30 David Attenborough’s The Himalayas 6:30 Bondi Rescue 7:30 NCIS 8:30 Law & Order: SVU 10:20 Forensics 11:20 Bad Lads Army

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5:30 A Current Affair 6:00 Ellen 7:00 Weekend Today 10:00 Your Domain 11:00 Today Extra - Saturday 12:00 Destination Happiness 12:30 The Block 2:00 Fed Cup Finals 2019 6:00 Nine News Saturday 7:00 Star Wars VI: Return of the Jedi 9:40 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade 12:00 Cheech and Chong: The Corsican Brothers

WIN PEACH - 82

5:30 Home Shopping 6:05 The Barefoot Bandits 6:30 Hanazuki 7:30 The Bureau of Magical Things 8:00 Random & Whacky 8:30 Totally Wild 9:05 The King of Queens 9:30 Everybody Loves Raymond 10:00 Becker 10:30 Frasier 11:30 Charmed 1:30 Behind The Sash 2:30 The Bachelorette Australia 5:00 Celebrity Name Game 7:30 Kojak 9:30 Rock of Ages 11:50 The Cleveland Show

NINE - 5

5:30 Wesley Impact 6:00 Harry 7:00 Weekend Today 10:00 Sports Sunday 11:00 Cross Court 11:30 Al McGlashan’s Fish’n With Mates 12:00 SA Variety Bash 2019 1:00 The Block 2:00 Fed Cup Finals 2019 6:00 Nine News Sunday 7:00 The Block 8:30 60 Minutes 9:30 Murder, Lies & Alibis 11:30 See No Evil

WIN PEACH - 82

5:30 Frasier 6:00 The Barefoot Bandits 6:30 Hanazuki 7:00 Mia and Me 8:00 Random & Whacky 9:00 TMNT 10:00 Scope 10:30 Totally Wild 11:00 The Brady Bunch 11:25 Charmed 1:30 Family Ties 2:30 The King of Queens 3:00 Frasier 3:30 Will & Grace 4:30 Becker 6:00 Frasier 7:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 8:00 Seatbelt Psychic 9:00 Two and a Half Men 10:00 Will & Grace 10:30 Buffy the Vampire Slayer 11:30 Frasier

7TWO - 62

6:00 Health Centre Massage Chair 6:30 Brand Developers 8:00 Travel Oz 9:30 NBC Today 11:30 House Calls to the Rescue 12:30 Vasili’s Garden 1:00 The Intolerant Cooks 1:30 SA Weekender 2:00 World Para Athletics Championships 2:30 Sydney Weekender 3:00 Creek to Coast 3:30 Queensland Weekender 4:00 The Great Day Out 4:30 The Great Australian Doorstep 5:00 Paddington Station 24/7 6:00 Helloworld 6:30 Greatest Cities of the World 7:30 Secrets of Beautiful Gardens 8:30 Escape to the Country 10:30 Escape to the Continent 11:45 Secrets of Beautiful Gardens

9GEM - 52

3:00 TV Shop - Home Shopping 6:00 New Style Direct 10:00 The Avengers 11:00 School For Scoundrels 1:00 The Thousand Plane Raid 3:00 PNG v Fiji 5:30 New Zealand v Lions 8:00 From Here to Eternity 10:25 Enemy at the Gates

7TWO - 62

5:15 Travel Oz 6:00 Home Shopping 7:00 Tomorrow’s World 7:30 Leading the Way 8:00 David Jeremiah 8:30 Hour of Power 9:00 Home Shopping 10:00 House of Wellness 11:00 NBC Today 12:00 Dr Harry’s Craziest House Calls 1:00 Greatest Cities of the World 2:00 World Para Athletics 3:00 Vasili’s Garden 3:30 The Intolerant Cooks 4:00 Jump Off 4:30 Escape to the Country 6:30 Dog Patrol 7:00 Border Security Intll 7:30 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line 8:30 Planes, Trains & Automobiles 9:30 Border SecurityIntl 10:30 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line 11:30 Dog Patrol 12:00 Planes, Trains & Automobiles

9GEM - 52

3:00 TV Shop - Home Shopping 6:30 Beyond Today 7:00 Leading the Way 7:30 In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley 8:00 Skippy 8:30 The Incredible Journey Presents 9:00 TV Shop - Home Shopping 10:00 The Queen of Spades 12:00 Saturday Island 2:00 British Academy Britannia Awards 2019 3:30 The Vikings 6:00 Fed Cup Finals 2019 8:00 Midsomer Murders 10:00 Law & Order: SVU 12:00 Unforgettable

7MATE - 63

3:00 NFL 6:00 The Next Level 7:00 Bloopers 8:00 Brand Developers - Kool Grill 8:30 Brand Developers Transforma Ladders 9:00 Rides Down Under: Workshop Wars 10:00 MXTV 10:30 Gold Fever 11:30 Life off Road 12:00 STIHL Timbersports Series 12:30 Blokesworld 1:00 Counting Cars 2:00 WBBL: Adelaide v Perth 5:30 American Restoration 6:30 Green Lantern 8:45 Die Hard 2 11:20 Fat Pizza: Back In Business

SBS FOOD - 33

11:30 Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook 12:00 Lee Chan’s World Food Tour 12:30 Anjum’s Australian Spice Stories 1:00 Watts on the Grill 2:00 Saturday Kitchen 3:00 Dinner Date South Africa 4:00 The Cook and the Chef 5:30 Jonathan Phang’s Gourmet Express 6:30 Tom Kerridge’s Proper Pub Food 7:30 Cheese Slices 8:30 Chilli Hunter 9:30 Shane Delia’s Spice Journey Turkey 10:30 Carnival Eats 11:30 Jonathan Phang’s Gourmet Express

7MATE - 63

5:30 Global Shop - Cop Cam 6:00 Home Shopping 6:30 The Next Level 7:30 Home Shopping 9:30 Life off Road 10:00 The Thrill of the Chase 11:00 STIHL Timbersports Series 11:30 My Fishing Place 12:00 The Fishing Show 1:00 Counting Cars 1:30 Alaskas Ultimate Bush Pilots 2:00 WBBL: Adelaide v Melbourne 5:30 Futurama 6:30 Iron Man 3 9:00 Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince

SBS FOOD - 33

11:30 The Cook and the Chef 12:00 Lee Chan’s World Food Tour 12:30 Anjum’s Australian Spice Stories 1:00 Watts on the Grill 2:00 Saturday Kitchen 3:00 The Cook and the Chef 3:30 Donna Hay: Basics To Brilliance 4:30 Poh’s Kitchen 5:30 Loving Gluten Free 6:00 Delia’s How to Cook 6:30 Rick Stein’s Fruits of the Sea 7:30 Ainsley’s Australian Market Menu 8:30 Gino’s Italian Escape 9:30 Food Safari 10:30 Destination Flavour China 11:30 Poh’s Kitchen


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MONDAY 11 NOVEMBER SBS ONE - 3

5:30 International News 8:40 French News 9:30 Greek News 10:30 German News 11:00 Spanish News 11:30 Turkish News 12:00 Arabic News F24 12:30 ABC America: World News Tonight 1:00 Al Jazeera News 2:00 Belkis Queen of Sheba 2:30 Homefront: A New Kind of War Memorial 3:30 Drain the Titanic 4:25 Six Wives with Lucy Worsley 5:30 Letters and Numbers 6:00 Mastermind Australia 6:30 SBS World News 7:30 The Royal House Of Windsor 8:30 24 Hours in Emergency 9:30 24 Hours in Police Custody 10:25 SBS World News Late 11:00 The World Game 11:30 M - The City Hunts a Murderer

SBS VICELAND - 31

5:30 International News 7:30 Polish News 8:00 Latin American News 8:30 Macedonian News 9:00 Croatian News 9:30 Serbian News 10:00 Dutch News 10:30 Tamil News 11:00 NHK Japanese News 11:35 Hindi News 12:00 NBA: Heat v Lakers 2:30 NBA: Celtics v Spurs 5:00 Lee Lin Chin’s Fashionista 5:10 The Impeachment Show 6:10 New Girl 6:35 MythBusters 7:35 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown 8:35 The X-Files 9:30 South Park 10:00 Final Space 10:25 Sexplora 10:55 The New York Times Presents: The Weekly 11:25 Vikings

ABC - 2

4:59 Insiders 6:00 News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News Mornings 10:00 Gardening Australia 10:30 Ask the Doctor 11:00 Antiques Roadshow 12:00 ABC News at Noon 1:00 Landline 1:59 Question Time 3:01 The Cook and the Chef 3:30 Hard Quiz 4:02 Think Tank 5:10 Grand Designs Australia 6:00 The Drum 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:01 Australian Story 8:32 Four Corners 9:18 Media Watch 9:35 Q&A 10:42 ABC Late News 11:12 The Business 11:29 Prince Charles: Inside Duchy of Cornwall

ABC COMEDY - 22

5:48 4:50 5:05 5:12 5:17

Children's Programs Waffle the Wonder Dog Play School Story Time Olobob Top Thomas & Friends: Big World! 5:30 Fireman Sam 5:45 Peppa Pig 5:53 Nella the Princess Knight 6:07 Floogals 6:20 Bluey 6:27 Luo Bao Bei 6:40 Dino Dana 6:52 Andy’s Safari Adventures 7:07 Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 7:20 Hey Duggee 7:32 Spicks and Specks 8:00 Upstart Crow 8:31 The Office 9:00 Joanna and Jennifer: Absolutely Champers 10:02 The Good Place 10:46 The Office 11:32 Peep Show 11:59 Red Dwarf

TUESDAY 12 NOVEMBER SBS ONE - 3

ABC - 2

5:30 International News 8:40 French News 9:30 Greek News 10:30 German News 11:00 Spanish News 11:30 Turkish News 12:00 Arabic News F24 12:30 ABC America: World News Tonight 1:00 PBS NewsHour 2:00 Barbie: Most Famous Doll in the World 2:50 Who Do You Think You Are? 3:55 Perspective Shift 4:30 Six Wives with Lucy Worsley 5:30 Letters and Numbers 6:00 Mastermind Australia 6:30 SBS World News 7:30 Scotland from the Sky 8:30 Insight 9:30 Dateline 10:00 Dr Michael Mosley’s Reset 10:35 SBS World News Late 11:05 Asylum City 12:00 Before We Die

5:30 One Plus One 6:00 News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News Mornings 10:00 Gardening Australia 10:30 Ask the Doctor 11:09 Grand Designs Australia 12:00 ABC News at Noon 12:58 Four Corners 1:43 Media Watch 1:59 Question Time 2:59 Poh’s Kitchen 3:27 Hard Quiz 4:02 Think Tank 5:02 The Twist 5:09 Grand Designs Australia 6:00 The Drum 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:02 Football: Women’s Int’l: AUS v CHL 10:00 Dream Gardens 10:31 ABC Late News 11:01 The Business 11:18 Q&A

5:30 Indonesian News 6:10 Hong Kong News 6:30 Chinese News 7:00 Russian News 7:30 Polish News 8:00 Ukrainian News 8:30 Macedonian News 9:00 Croatian News 9:30 Serbian News 10:00 Dutch News 10:30 Nepali News 11:00 NHK Japanese News 11:35 Hindi News 12:00 NBL: New Zealand Breakers v Melbourne Un 2:00 NBL: Brisbane Bullets v Sydney Kings 4:00 PBS NewsHour 5:00 If You Are the One 6:10 New Girl 6:35 MythBusters 7:35 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown 8:30 The X-Files 9:25 Letterkenny 10:30 The Sunny Side of Sex 11:25 The Good Doctor: Korea

5:48 4:40 4:50 5:05 5:12 5:17

SBS VICELAND - 31

ABC COMEDY - 22

Children's Programs Lah-Lah’s Adventures Waffle the Wonder Dog Play School Story Time Olobob Top Thomas & Friends: Big World! 5:30 Fireman Sam 5:45 Peppa Pig 5:53 Nella the Princess Knight 6:07 Floogals 6:20 Bluey 6:28 Luo Bao Bei 6:40 Dino Dana 6:52 Andy’s Safari Adventures 7:07 Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 7:20 Hey Duggee 7:32 Spicks and Specks 8:00 Adam Hills: The Last Leg 8:42 Plebs 9:06 The Office 9:50 Great News 10:34 Red Dwarf 11:05 Peep Show 11:32 The League of Gentlemen

PRIME 7 - 6

5:30 Sunrise 9:00 The Morning Show 11:30 Seven Morning News 12:00 Flowers in the Attic 2:00 The Daily Edition 3:00 The Chase 4:00 Seven News at 4 5:00 The Chase Australia 6:00 Prime7 News 7:00 Home and Away 7:30 Bride & Prejudice Forbidden Weddings 9:00 The Rookie 10:00 S.W.A.T. 11:00 The Latest: Seven News 11:30 Surveillance Oz: Dashcam 12:00 Quantico

ABC ME - 23

5:58 Children's Programs 3:21 The Roy Files 3:36 Horrible Histories 4:05 Grace Beside Me 4:30 Stacked! 4:37 The Listies Work For Peanuts 4:45 The InBESTigators 5:03 Find Me In Paris 5:30 Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir 5:52 Wishfart 6:05 Dragons: Race to the Edge 6:28 BtN Newsbreak 6:35 Operation Ouch! 7:03 Deadly Pole to Pole 7:32 Shaun the Sheep 7:40 The Penguins of Madagascar 8:02 Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness 8:26 Super Dinosaur 8:47 The Legend of Korra 9:11 Slugterra 9:32 Teenage Boss 10:00 rage

PRIME 7 - 6

5:30 Sunrise 9:00 The Morning Show 11:30 Seven Morning News 12:00 Petals on the Wind 2:00 The Daily Edition 3:00 The Chase 4:00 Seven News at 4 5:00 The Chase Australia 6:00 Prime7 News 7:00 Home and Away 7:30 Bride & Prejudice Forbidden Weddings 9:00 The Rookie 10:00 World’s Most Shocking Emergency Calls 11:00 The Latest: Seven News 11:30 Trial and Error 12:00 American Crime

ABC ME - 23

5:58 Children's Programs 3:20 The Roy Files 3:35 Horrible Histories 4:05 Grace Beside Me 4:30 Stacked! 4:36 The Listies Work For Peanuts 4:45 The InBESTigators 5:03 Find Me In Paris 5:30 Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir 5:52 Wishfart 6:05 Dragons: Race to the Edge 6:27 BtN Newsbreak 6:35 Operation Ouch! 7:03 Deadly Pole to Pole 7:32 Shaun the Sheep 7:40 The Penguins of Madagascar 8:02 Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness 8:26 Super Dinosaur 8:48 The Legend of Korra 9:11 Slugterra 9:32 Teenage Boss 9:59 rage

WIN - 8

4:30 CBS This Morning 6:00 Headline News 8:30 Studio 10 12:00 Dr. Phil 2:10 Entertainment Tonight 2:30 Neighbours 3:00 Judge Judy 4:00 Farm to Fork 4:30 The Bold & the Beautiful 5:00 10 News First 6:00 Celebrity Name Game 6:30 The Project 7:30 The Amazing Race Australia 8:30 Have You Been Paying Attention? 9:30 Just For Laughs Australia 11:00 WIN’s All Australian News 12:00 The Project

WIN BOLD - 81

5:05 The Doctors 6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 Mission: Impossible 9:00 IFISH 10:00 Cheers 11:00 Scorpion 12:00 Matlock 1:00 WIN’s All Australian News 2:00 Jake and the Fatman 3:00 Diagnosis Murder 4:00 Star Trek: The Next Generation 5:00 Star Trek: Voyager 6:00 Judge Judy 6:30 Bondi Rescue 7:30 NCIS 8:30 Law & Order: SVU 9:30 Black Hawk Down

WIN - 8

4:30 CBS This Morning 6:00 Headline News 8:30 Studio 10 12:00 Dr. Phil 2:00 Entertainment Tonight 2:30 Neighbours 3:00 Judge Judy 4:00 Farm to Fork 4:30 The Bold & the Beautiful 5:00 10 News First 6:00 Celebrity Name Game 6:30 The Project 7:30 The Amazing Race Australia 8:30 One Born Every Minute Australia 10:30 NCIS: Los Angeles 11:30 WIN’s All Australian News

WIN BOLD - 81

5:05 The Doctors 6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 Mission: Impossible 9:00 Jake and the Fatman 10:00 Cheers 11:00 Scorpion 12:00 Matlock 1:00 WIN’s All Australian News 2:00 Jake and the Fatman 3:00 Diagnosis Murder 4:00 Star Trek: The Next Generation 5:00 Star Trek: Voyager 6:00 Judge Judy 6:30 Bondi Rescue 7:30 NCIS 8:30 CSI: Miami 11:15 The Mentalist

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7TWO - 62

5:30 Today 9:00 Today Extra 11:30 Nine Morning News 12:00 Ellen 1:00 The Block 3:00 Nine News Now 4:00 Nine Afternoon News 5:00 Millionaire Hot Seat 6:00 Nine News 7:00 A Current Affair 7:30 RBT 8:30 Love Island Australia 9:30 20 to One 10:30 World’s Worst Flights 11:25 I Am Innocent

5:30 Home Shopping 7:00 News of the Wild 7:30 Kitty Is Not a Cat 8:00 Jay’s Jungle 8:30 Million Dollar Minute 9:30 NBC Today 10:30 House Calls to the Rescue 11:30 The Great Australian Doorstep 12:00 Vasili’s Garden 12:30 Million Dollar Minute 1:00 The Chase 2:00 World Para Athletics Championships 2:30 Million Dollar Minute 3:00 Harry’s Practice 3:30 Air Crash Investigations 4:30 Room for Improvement 5:00 Medical Emergency 5:30 Escape to the Country 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Doc Martin 8:30 Foyle’s War 10:30 Suspects 11:30 Air Crash Investigations

WIN PEACH - 82

5:30 The Brady Bunch 6:05 The Barefoot Bandits 6:30 Hanazuki 7:00 Cardfight!! Vanguard 8:00 Totally Wild 8:35 Cardfight!! Vanguard 9:00 Totally Spies 9:30 Crocamole 10:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 10:30 Becker 11:30 Frasier 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News 1:00 Medium 3:00 Becker 3:30 The King of Queens 4:30 Everybody Loves Raymond 5:30 Frasier 6:00 Celebrity Name Game 6:30 Neighbours 7:00 Friends 8:00 Seinfeld 9:00 Two and a Half Men 10:00 Frasier 11:00 The Flash 12:00 The Late Late Show

NINE - 5

7TWO - 62

5:30 Today 9:00 Today Extra 11:30 Nine Morning News 12:00 Ellen 1:00 Charlie’s Angels Making of Special 1:10 The Other Man 3:00 Nine News Now 4:00 Nine Afternoon News 5:00 Millionaire Hot Seat 6:00 Nine News 7:00 A Current Affair 8:30 Love Island Australia 9:30 Botched 10:30 Timeless 11:25 The Closer

WIN PEACH - 82

9GEM - 52

5:00 TV Shop - Home Shopping 7:00 Creflo Dollar Ministries 7:30 TV Shop - Home Shopping 9:30 Danoz 10:30 Ellen 11:30 My Favorite Martian 12:00 Unforgettable 1:00 Days of Our Lives 1:55 Young & the Restless 2:50 Talking Honey 3:00 Antiques Roadshow 3:30 RPA 4:30 Tour De Legacy 5:30 Vet on the Hill 6:30 Antiques Roadshow 7:30 New Tricks 8:40 Midsomer Murders 10:40 Unforgettable 11:40 Cold Case

5:30 Home Shopping 7:00 ZooMoo Wild Friends 7:30 Kitty Is Not a Cat 8:00 Jay’s Jungle 8:30 Million Dollar Minute 9:30 NBC Today 12:00 Helloworld 12:30 Creek to Coast 1:00 The Chase 2:00 World Para Athletics Championships 2:30 Million Dollar Minute 3:00 Harry’s Practice 3:30 Air Crash Investigations 4:30 Room for Improvement 5:00 Medical Emergency 5:30 Escape to the Country 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Pie in the Sky 11:30 Air Crash Investigations

5:30 The King of Queens 6:05 The Barefoot Bandits 6:30 Hanazuki 7:00 Cardfight!! Vanguard 8:00 Totally Wild 8:35 Cardfight!! Vanguard 9:00 Totally Spies 9:30 Crocamole 10:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 10:30 Becker 11:00 Frasier 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News 1:00 Medium 3:00 Becker 3:30 The King of Queens 4:00 Seinfeld 5:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 5:30 Frasier 6:00 Celebrity Name Game 6:30 Neighbours 7:00 Friends 8:00 Seinfeld 9:00 Two and a Half Men 10:00 The Neighborhood 11:30 The Late Late Show

9GEM - 52

5:00 TV Shop - Home Shopping 7:00 Creflo Dollar Ministries 7:30 TV Shop - Home Shopping 9:30 Danoz 10:30 Ellen 11:30 My Favorite Martian 12:00 New Tricks 1:10 Days of Our Lives 2:05 Young & the Restless 3:00 Antiques Roadshow 3:30 RPA 4:30 Wildlife Rescue & Forensics 5:30 Vet on the Hill 6:30 Antiques Roadshow 7:30 Death in Paradise 8:40 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 10:40 Law & Order: Criminal Intent 11:40 Cops UK: Bodycam Squad

7MATE - 63

5:00 NFL 11:30 Sound FX: Best of 12:00 World’s Most Amazing Videos 1:00 World’s Toughest Cops 2:00 Robot Combat League 3:00 Blokesworld 3:30 MXTV 4:00 Futurama 5:00 Counting Cars 5:30 American Pickers 6:30 Storage Wars: Canada 7:00 Pawn Stars 7:30 American Pickers 8:30 The Bourne Supremacy 10:40 Warm Bodies

SBS FOOD - 33

11:30 Ainsley’s Australian Market Menu 12:30 Gino’s Italian Escape 1:30 Food Safari 2:30 Sachie’s Kitchen 3:00 Oliver’s Twist 3:30 Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook 4:00 Hairy Bikers Everyday Gourmets 5:00 Bill’s Kitchen: Notting Hill 5:30 Martha’s Cooking School 6:00 The Cook and the Chef 7:00 Nigella Bites 7:30 My Greek Table With Diane Kochilas 8:30 Antonio Carluccio’s 6 Seasons 9:30 Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown 10:30 River Cottage Australia 11:30 The Cook and the Chef

7MATE - 63

5:00 America’s Game: The Super Bowl Champions 6:00 Home Shopping 7:00 Counting Cars 7:30 Creek to Coast 8:00 Storage Wars: Canada 8:30 Pawn Stars 9:00 American Pickers 10:00 A Football Life 11:00 America’s Game: The Super Bowl Champions 12:00 World’s Most Amazing Videos 1:00 World’s Toughest Cops 2:00 Robot Combat League 3:00 Gold Fever 4:00 Storage Wars: Canada 4:30 Pawn Stars 5:00 Counting Cars 5:30 American Pickers 6:30 Storage Wars: Canada 7:00 Pawn Stars 7:30 Highway Patrol 8:30 Fat Pizza: Back In Business 9:30 CHiPs 11:40 Jackass Number Two

SBS FOOD - 33

11:30 Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook 12:00 Martha’s Cooking School 12:30 The Cook and the Chef 1:00 Nigella Bites 1:30 Dinner Date 2:30 Sachie’s Kitchen 3:00 Oliver’s Twist 3:30 Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook 4:00 Hairy Bikers Everyday Gourmets 5:00 Bill’s Kitchen: Notting Hill 5:30 Martha’s Cooking School 6:00 The Cook and the Chef 7:00 Nigella Bites 7:30 The Hairy Bikers’ Food Tour of Britain 8:30 Paul Hollywood’s Pies and Puds 9:30 Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown 10:30 River Cottage Australia 11:30 The Cook and the Chef

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THURSDAY Arthritis NSW Bathurst Support Group meets second Thursday each month at the Bathurst RSL from 10am to 12noon. Come to learn useful information about arthritis, self-management; listen to guest speakers and meet new friends. Contact Nelma Brooks on 0431 829 709. Bathurst Australian Breastfeeding Association Group Meetings, 1st Monday and 3rd Thursday of each month 10.30am at Bathurst Baptist Church Eglinton Road. For more information please contact: Ayla on 0401517156 or Mona on 0431 666 364. Bathurst's Inspiring Women meet on the 3rd Friday of the month at Gunthers Lane cafe at 12 - 1pm. Its free and all people who want to support women and business in Bathurst are welcome. Bathurst Panthers Morning Squash Thursday/Monday mornings. See Monday for more info. Bathurst Refugee Support Group meets on the 4th Thursday of each month, 5 - 6 pm, at Rahamim, 34 Busby Street, Bathurst. All interested people welcome. For more details please go to bathurstrefugeesupportgroup.com or contact Brian Mowbray on 0414 886 228. Combined Pensioners and Superannuants Association (CPSA) Bathurst Branch meetings are held at BMEC William Street, on the first Thursday of each month (except January and September). Meetings start at 10am. If you would like to know more please phone 6331 9151. Flex it for Life has a variety of exercise classes for the over 50s. Classes are held in the Bathurst RSL Auditorium on Thursdays and Tuesdays. For more information on classes call Elizabeth 0438 430 082. Guided Meditation Classes 2.15pm Thursdays. See Tuesday for more info. Lions Club of Bathurst Inc. Meetings 1st and 3rd Thursday nights of the month at Bathurst RSL Club 6.30pm for 7pm start. All welcome, contact President Merryl David on 0415 454 865 or merryd27@gmail.com Riding for the Disabled are calling on volunteers to donate a couple of hours on Thursdays and Fridays between 9.30am and 1pm, during school terms. Please call Volunteer Co-ordinator Melinda Gavin 0428 269 167.  The Little Pantry is a community based Foodbank program that is open to the entire community. No health care cards or referrals required. Every Thursday between 11am-1pm at The Greens on William – 29 William Street, Bathurst. For more information, please call 63 313 187. View Club meets on the second Thursday of each month we start at 6.30pm at Bathurst Panthers .New members to join would be very welcome. Contact Elizabeth ph 0422335059. FRIDAY Bathurst Dinner and Social Group meets on alternate Friday and Saturday Evenings for dinner at many of Bathurst’s eating establishments. Our program also includes live shows, social BBQs and day trips. The Group is open to men and women aged 5O+. For information, contact David 0418 482112 or Val 0438 624698. Bathurst Branch of the Australian Red Cross meets 10am the first Friday of the month at the Bathurst Senior Citizens Centre 176 Russell Street Bathurst. Enjoy a cuppa and friendship and assist the Red Cross to do their great work. Contact Vivien on 63 32 4229. Hope Care Café is a non-profit kitchen open on Fridays, Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:30am till 1pm at Hope Bathurst, Cnr Gilmour & Hereford St Kelso. All members and guests are invited to come along.  CWA Bathurst Branch meets on the third Friday of each month from 10am at 172 Russell Street. Everyone is welcome to come along; enjoy lunch among friends afterwards, listen to a guest speaker or maybe go on a special outing. For details contact Joy on 6337 6511. Men’s Shed 140 Havannah St is open to the public on

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Mondays from 9am to 12.30pm. The Shed provides a place for men to form new friendships, whilst building their skill level and helping those less fortunate in the community. For more information call Lyell Miller 63317362 or 0417 772 708, email bathurst.mens.shed@bigpond.com. Multicultural Women’s Group meets on the second Friday each month at The Neighbourhood Centre from 12noon. Contact Isabel 6332 3019 or Hai-Choo 6332 4669. Play Bridge in the fun Ace in the Hole Bridge Club in the Bathurst Golf Club from 9:15am to 12:30pm. No partner necessary. Play Tots Kids and Babies’ Group runs from 10am till 12noon every Friday at the Bathurst Church of Christ. The group gives both parents and their children a chance to socialise and play together. For more information call Jenny 6337 2661. Rahamim Ecology Centre, 34 Busby Street, Bathurst – “Green Drinks”, last Friday of the month (Doors Open 5.30pm), $10.00 which includes a glass of local wine and a snack. RSVP: 6332 9950 or contact@rahamim.org.au. Riding for the Disabled see Thursday for more info. SATURDAY/ SUNDAY Art classes for beginners and others. Monthly Saturday workshops. See Wednesday for more info. Bathurst Arts Trail free entry into artists’ studios on the first full weekend of every month. Check www. bathurstartstrail.com or ring Bathurst Visitor Information Centre on 6332 1444 for details and to find out which studios are open. Bathurst Dinner and Social Group see Friday. Macquarie Lions Riverside Markets are held first Saturday of the month at Lions Berry Park, 9am to 1pm. Entry is free. For more information call 6337 1203.  Central Tablelands Woodcraft Club meets every Sunday and Wednesday mornings, 8:30am to 12:30pm at the club rooms Dorman Place, Kelso. All things wood are catered for in a friendly and instructive way. Community Yoga is held the last Sunday of each month from 10-11am at Machattie Park, (near low level bridge), Bathurst. Cost is free, but BYO Yoga mat. For more info contact Jan 0423 205 801.  Dragon Boating have fun paddling with the Bathurst Pan Dragons at Chifley Dam. Training 8.20am Sun mornings, 5.20pm Tue evenings. Accommodates all fitness levels and both social & competitive paddling. Info at www. bathurstpandragons.org or Louise on 042 917 5233. Generocity Church Bathurst. 10:00 am Sundays. 9 Corporation Avenue, Robin Hill MONDAY Bathurst Australian Breastfeeding Association Group Meetings, 1st Monday and 3rd Thursday of the month. See Thursday for more info Bathurst Panthers Morning Squash welcomes anyone wishing to play squash on either or both Monday or Thursday mornings. All grades from beginners to experienced. Contact Marie on 0418 630 702, John on 0416 235 380 or email bathurstpanthers squash@hotmail.com  Bathurst RSL Club Afternoon Indoor Bowling Mondays at 2pm in the Auditorium. Coaching and equipment are available for free and newcomers are welcome. Contact Pat on 6331 4498 or Marjorie on 6332 1136. Bathurst RSL Club Night Indoor Bowling Monday evenings at Bathurst RSL Auditorium. Newcomers are welcome and all equipment is provided. Come along at 7pm or call Valda on 6332 6455.  Bathurst Table Tennis 7.30pm on Monday nights at Bathurst High Campus. Beginners and seasoned players are welcome to enjoy the most popular racket sport in the world. Enjoy exercising and meeting new friends. For more details contact Matthew Crane 0439 623 403. Bathurst Toastmasters. Meeting Time 1st and 3rd Mondays at 7pm at Bathurst Panthers. We provide

NSW Government Budget initiative to make government-subsidised traineeships fee-free. Traineeships, through the NSW Smart and Skilled vocational education and training (VET) system, will join apprenticeships in being fee free from 1 January 2020. I’m pleased to announce that the NSW Government will be picking up the tab for the fees on all new traineeships, including school-based traineeships. Our investment in fee free traineeships, coupled with the $285 million initiative that’s made apprenticeships fee-free, demonstrates that we are serious about getting people into sustainable work and addressing the skills shortage. This announcement of the NSW Government’s investment to fund the student fees for Smart and Skilled eligible trainees is an important step in ensuring

opportunity for members to develop communication and leadership skills in a fun and supportive environment. Steve Semmens has details on 0412 522 771. Hope Care Café Mondays from 10:30am till 1pm. See Friday for more info. In-Line Dancing Mondays and Wednesdays 5-8pm. Beginner group at 5pm, then intermediate and open groups. Enquiries call Jen 0402 412 992 or 6331 3874. Men’s Shed 140 Havannah St is open to the public on Mondays from 9am to 12.30pm. Quota International 2nd Monday of each month from 6.30pm at the Bathurst RSL. The club is set up to help raise funds for the local community. New members are always welcome to come along. President: Judy Cannon 6334 3961, and Secretary: Catherine Harvey 0438 637 041. Walking Group - Heart Foundation. Men and women of all ages and walking abilities welcome. Meet near the Tourist Information Centre. Flat walk in Morse Park or river walk available.Mondays 9am-10am daylight saving time, 10am - 11am non daylight saving time. Contact Larraine 0435 786 485 Women’s Walking Group – gentle exercise and social interaction. All women are welcome. Each Monday morning at 9.30am and each Wednesday lunchtime at 12.30pm for around 40 minutes, commencing at the Central West Women’s Health Centre. To register please contact the centre on 6331 4133. TUESDAY Allegri Singers. Mixed choir. Rehearsals each Tuesday during school terms, 7 - 9pm at Mitchell Conservatorium, Russell St., Bathurst. More information contact allegrisingers@gmail.com or tel Megan on 0412 268 003 Bathurst Combined Probus Club Inc (formed in March 2019). Meetings are conducted at 10am on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at Bathurst Panthers 132 Piper Street, Bathurst. For more information, contact Bill Dawson on O409 244 738 or kalimnah@ix.net.au Bathurst District Prostate Cancer Support Group has now settled into monthly meetings in the Heritage Building of Bathurst Hospital on the 3rd Tuesday each month at 5pm for 5:30pm start. We have a chat with tea or coffee and a meeting with a speaker. Further information phone Nigel on 0421 197 168, or Tony on 6331 7267. Bathurst Handweavers and Spinners Guild Inc. meets every third Tuesday of the month in the Guide Hall, lower William Street, between 10am and 2pm. Anyone interested in these crafts are made very welcome. For more information contact Lesley Picker on 63371168, or 0408217783, email Lpi81036@bigpond.com. Bridge. Have fun learning to play Bridge at the Ace in the Hole Bridge Club in the Bathurst Golf Club from 5:00pm to 6:30 pm. Contact Bob Dillon on 0429784013. Embroiderer’s Guild Bathurst Group meets at Bathurst City Library from 10am until 1pm on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. Contact: Lorraine Fry on 02 6332 1699 or at lorraine@geoff-fry.com.au Flex it for Life exercise classes for the over 50s. See Thursday for more info. Guided Meditation Classes Tuesday 12:15pm and 6:15pm, and Thursday at 2:15pm. Call Danielle of Divine Connections on 0466 065 348 Macquarie Male Singers meet Tuesdays from 7.30pm at the Assumption School Hall, Mitre St, Bathurst. They are an all-male choir with members of all ages. Call John Kendall 0427 410 625 for more info.  WEDNESDAY Art classes for beginners and others. Pencil to Painting with Kay Chapman, Bathurst. Regular Wednesdays and monthly Saturday workshops. Phone for information – 6331 4022 or 0427 351 260. Bathurst Bellringers Come along every Wednesday night from 6.30pm for a listen or a lesson in this amazing and ancient artform. All Saints Cathedral Belltower – Church Street, Bathurst. Contact Deb Dixon on 0404 271 440 or Chris Bacon on 02 6332 2830. Bathurst Probus Club meets the 1st Wednesday of each month.

a skilled workforce to deliver high quality early childhood education and care. It’s encouraging that the most popular traineeships are in early childhood education with over 10,000 students since 2015 taking up a traineeship. DIGITAL DRIVER’S LICENCE ROLLED OUT STATEWIDE I’m please to confirm that NSW drivers

can now use a Digital Driver’s Licence (DDL) on their smartphone for proof of identity, proof of age and at roadside police checks. We’ve always put the customer at the heart of everything we do. Opal card and Service NSW have revolutionised the customer experience. The Digital Driver’s Licence is the latest way we are making life easier for the people of this state. More than 550,000 people have already downloaded the digital licence, with 97 per cent giving it the thumbs up. The Digital Driver’s Licence has inbuilt security controls to protect customer’s personal information. The DDL is hosted securely on the new Service NSW app, locks with a PIN and can be accessed offline. It will provide additional levels of security and protection against identity fraud, compared to the plastic driver licence.

Bathurst Stamps, Coins, Collectables & Lapidary Club Every Wednesday morning 9am-12pm. At the Club Rooms in the middle of Park St, Eglinton - next to the tennis courts. https://www.facebook.com/collectableslapidarybathurst/ Central Tablelands Woodcraft Club meets every Wednesday morning. See Sunday for more info. Hope Care Café Wednesdays from 10:30am till 1pm. See Friday for more info. Community Chess Club meetings are held on Wednesdays upstairs in the Bathurst Panthers, 136 Piper St from 7.30pm. All are welcome, from beginners to advanced players. For more info contact Rod 6331 8272.  In-Line Dancing Wednesdays 5-8pm. See Monday for more info. Mainly Music. A fun morning for babies, toddlers and preschoolers with their parent or carer, at Bathurst Baptist Playtime and Mainly Music. Wednesday 10am-12pm. For more information, call Kathy on 6332 2345. Men’s Shed 140 Havannah St is open to the public on Wednesdays from 9am to 2.30pm. Play Bridge in the fun Ace in the Hole Bridge Club in the Bathurst Golf Club from 6:30pm to 9:30 pm. Sing Australia Bathurst is a singing group for people who love to sing. The group meets Wednesday evenings 7.309.30pm at the Bathurst Senior Citizens Centre. All welcome. For information call 6332 4180.  NONSPECIFIC DAYS Bathurst Bridge Club is located at 47 Mitre Street Bathurst, phone 6331 8477 (during session times). 9.15am for 9.30am Monday. 9.30am Tuesday, (Mahjong). 9.15am for 9.30am and 7.00pm for 7.15pm Wednesday. 9.15am for 9.30pm Friday and 1.00pm for 1.15pm Saturday. Bushwalking Need some fresh air, fitness or just good fun? Central West Bushwalking Club has a variety of trips from easy to difficult, from the Blue Mtns to Lithgow, Orange and beyond. Visit centralwestbushwalking.org.au or contact Bruce on 02 6331 7791. Disability Advocacy DANSW provides FREE advocacy to people with disability, their families and carers. We can help you if you have a problem with education, work and accommodation and lots of other things. Please call us on 63322100 or email centralwest@da.org.au. We can see you at the Neighbourhood Centre, 96 Russell St Bathurst, Monday to Friday 9am-4.30pm. Girl Guides in Bathurst offer girls 6½ -17 years the opportunity to learn life and leadership skills while having fun with friends at a weekly meeting and optional activities such as camps and outings. Call Kellick 6337 4161. Operation Christmas Child. Donate your time and skill to help fill shoebox gifts for children in developing countries! We supply ready to sew tote/library bags; fabric for simple clothing for girls and boys; and wool and patterns for knitted toys or beanies. Contact Faye Taylor 0418 167 958 Play Croquet a fun game for all the family, play Association Croquet, Aussie Croquet and Golf Croquet. Join us for a game by talking to one of our players at Haymarket Reserve, cnr of Bentinck and Durham Streets. 10am every day except Sundays and 3pm on Wednesdays. QuoCKa Reading is a community service project involving school children, police and volunteers who read to school children from Kindergarten through to year 3 at various schools around Bathurst each week. If you have one hour to spare and would like to know more about QuoCKa, please contact Janet Townsend 0418 673 682.   Rankin Cottage Crafts Inc. 117 Rankin Street Bathurst. Craft Cottage is open 10am-4pm daily. Persons interested in craft are invited to visit and join as a member. For information please contact Pam Shurmer on 0497 015 964.  Seymour Centre is the place for daytime social and recreational activities for seniors. They provide a range of activities, companionship and outings. They provide transport to and from the centre. Open from Monday to Friday 8.30am-5pm. Call them on 6332 1449.  Spanish Lessons Learn basic to advanced Spanish from an experienced tutor. For more information, contact Eduardo on 6332 4536 or 04 0578 3295

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Saturday/Sunday 9 & 10 November 2019 - The Rockley Gardens & Art event includes nine open gardens including Bunnamagoo and an arts trail of the artworks of local artists. Only $10 to see all gardens and art, plus enjoy music in the gardens, horticultural talks and inspect historic buildings. Tickets available on the day at the School of Arts in Hill Street. Contact Kerry 0434179401 St Barnabas Church South Bathurst will be holding their Spring fete on Saturday 16 November starting at 9am and finishing around 1pm. We will have the usual stalls, white elephant, plants, a very well stocked cake stall, books, sausage sizzle, craft, morning teas and more.

BATHURST CITY LIFE November 6 - 12, 2019

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