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CHALLENGE BATHURST Over 400 cars took part in the 2019 challenge Bathurst over the weekend.

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CHALLENGE BATHURST S DRAWS DRIVERS FROM AROUND THE WORLD

upercars drivers Shane Van Gisbergen, Garth Tander and Steven Richards took part in the event to get some practice for the Liqui Moly Bathurst 12 hour race on January 31 to February 2, 2020. Challenge Bathurst ran over four days at Mount Panorama with the supersprints on Thursday and Friday and the regularity groups on Saturday and Sunday. Challenge Bathurst is an exclusive opportunity not just for pro or semi pro drivers, but enthusiasts as well who can drive their own street car or track racing car on the famous Mount Panorama Racing Circuit. “Climbers to Everest, drivers to Bathurst; it’s the unrivalled challenge that draws the elite from all over the world.” This description on the event website is the perfect way to sum up what this event offers to racing enthusiasts. Photos by Warren Hawkless Front Page photo by David Rawsthorne


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Country health - a priority

BATHURST BUSINESS CHAMBER NEW BOARD READY FOR 2020 Bathurst Business Chamber held their AGM last week and elected the new board for the 2020 year.

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he Chamber has had a fantastic year and a number of great initiatives and events for the business community have been well received. President Angus Edwards spoke about the year and listed the BX Talks and the Peak Connect Carillon Business Awards as major milestones for the Chamber, particularly in a challenging year for local business community due to tough business conditions and the ongoing drought. Another honourable mention was given to outgoing Secretary Simone Townsend as she finishes up in the secretary role after 3 years of hard work organising the Chamber and all the events that take place. The chamber are now focussed on the final After 5

event for 2019, and hoping to finish this decade with a bang! Hosted by Bathurst Regional Council, all members are invited to celebrate the end of another successful year of Bathurst Business! #KeepitlocalBX

 Venue: Bathurst Regional Art Gallery | 70–78 Keppel St, Bathurst Date: Tuesday 10 December  Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm 

 If you’ve never been to an After 5 Event before, you will experience an opportunity to learn about a business behind the scenes, network with other professionals, and enjoy a beverage and light food provided by our host. Pictured: Catherine Fitzsimons, Clinton Blanks, Matthew Irvine, Angus Edwards, Stephen Harper, Simone Townsend, and Zena Montgomerie!

THIS INTERNATIONAL DAY of Persons with a Disability (IDPwD), Marathon Health is reaffirming their commitment to creating a sustainable workforce for regional Australia, ensuring choice and control for NDIS participants. “Country Australians are waiting weeks, if not months, to access specialist support through their NDIS plans. The gap between rural healthcare and our metro counterparts is obvious, and it’s something we are committed to addressing,” comments Justine Summers, Executive Manager of Service Delivery. In the last financial year, the not-for-profit’s staff travelled over 1.2 million kilometres to provide services to participants – a number of who have stated they’d otherwise be travelling vast distances to access that same support. “We’re working with people who struggle to leave their houses. They can’t travel two towns over to see their specialists, so without getting the care they need locally – or having a dedicated support worker to drive them to their appointments – what chance of a fulfilled life do they have?” Ms Summers continued. Recently, Hannah Jeffery, a Marathon Health speech pathologist, worked with a participant with a hypoxic brain injury, living in care at her district hospital. Due to her extremely remote location, the participant had no access to local speech pathology services and was experiencing difficulty communicating,

eating and drinking safely. Ms Jeffery worked with the client and carer to create a safer diet (to prevent risk of chocking and pneumonia), and educated them on the Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) device to allow the client to communicate. Through Ms Jeffery’s support, the carer has communication strategies in place to understand when the participant is distressed or resistant to recommendations – and the participant is at less risk of chocking. “This IDPwD, we are putting the call out to students studying in specialist fields to recognise the need for rural health workers, and to consider helping us grow and sustain a regional workforce. People shouldn’t be disadvantaged to the care they need just because of where they live,” Ms Summers concludes. Marathon Health are the largest nongovernment employer of allied health staff in Western NSW. For more information about Marathon Health’s NDIS and specialist support, visit marathonhealth.com.au/NDIS

Running on empty – NSW to run out of gas by 2025 if action not taken THOUSANDS OF NSW small businesses and households will face gas shortages or significant cost increases if action is not taken on gas supplies, according to a new report by the state’s peak business organisation, the NSW Business Chamber. The Report, Running on Empty, prepared by EnergyQuest, further explores AEMO’s latest forecast that NSW will face serious gas supply shortfalls by 2025. “NSW gas users have already seen prices triple over recent years. Poor planning and a lack of action to develop significant gas resources in this state have resulted in NSW suffering the most expensive gas in mainland Australia and the least certainty with respect

to gas supply security,” said Western NSW Business Chamber Regional Manager Vicki Seccombe. “This report provides sobering reading and urgent action must be taken to protect NSW businesses, otherwise businesses will be forced to move closer to where the gas is,” Ms Seccombe said. “As an example, the report identifies cost increases of $26,400 per year for a typical commercial bakery, $66,000 per year for a galvanising plant or $369,600 per year for a tomato processor based in NSW, compared with an equivalent business located in Queensland. “At least 300,000 jobs in NSW, including up to 250,000 in manufacturing industries, depend on adequate and affordable gas

supply. Proven reserves currently available in NSW would meet demand for just 35 days, yet gas resources known to be in the ground across the state could supply the same level of demand for 174 years. “The report calls on the NSW Government to: 1 rapidly approve the Narrabri Gas Project, subject to Planning Commission endorsement; 2 support the proposed LNG import terminals at Newcastle and Port Kembla; and 3 begin a program of upgrades to ageing gas pipeline infrastructure across the state. “These initiatives are urgent as it will take around four years to get production to levels required to

meet demand. “In less than six years, NSW is projected to face serious gas shortages. If additional gas supply is not sourced, NSW will face crippling price rises, forced business closures and job losses right across the state. As a minimum, costs that gas-using businesses incur from gas price rises will be passed on to their customers or will erode their profitability. “Inaction on gas and energy security is now holding the future of businesses in NSW to ransom, threatening employment losses and reduced investment. Now is not the time for further reviews but a time for action to ensure NSW has energy security to power our homes, our businesses and our future,” Ms Seccombe said.

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COUNCIL COUNCIL NEWS NEWS 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 2019/367, Lot: 5 Dp: 1086710, Lot: 1 Dp: 737574 105 Stewart Street Bathurst, 103 Stewart Street Bathurst 1. Demolition of all buildings at 105 Stewart St 2. Partial demolition of dwelling at 103 Stewart St 3. Change of use of dwelling to office 4. Erection of a drive through food and drink premises 5. Free standing advertising structure 6. Front fence 7. Acoustic fence 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 2 December 2019 to 16 December 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 REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT CONTROL PLAN (DCP) AMENDMENT – EGLINTON (WEST) ALTERATION TO THE LAND RESERVED FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES As part of the rezoning of land at Eglinton in 2010, Council, in consultation with the NSW Department of Education, identified and reserved land to allow for the expansion of the Eglinton Public School. The landowner and the NSW Department of Education have since held discussions relating to the area of land required for the school’s expansion, resulting in only part of the land originally identified. As a result, Council has received a request from the landowner to alter DCP Map No. 3 – Eglinton to reflect the land to be purchased by the NSW Department of Education. The draft DCP Amendment is on exhibition from 25 November 2019 to 13 January 2020. Submissions must be received before close of business on 13 January 2020. Details of the proposed amendment are available for download from Council’s website http://yoursay.bathurst.nsw. gov.au/DCPAmendments 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 the Council business papers. Council will consider all submissions made to it, but to influence the Council’s decision, any submission you make must be relevant and well founded. If you have any queries please contact Council’s Environmental, Planning & Building Services Department on 6333 6211.

UPCOMING EVENTS

CAREERS @ COUNCIL Current career opportunities are listed below. • WASTE MANAGEMENT OFFICER (READVERTISED) • CASUAL PARKING ASSISTANT • BACKHOE OPERATOR X 2 • LABOURER X 2 • MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR • PROJECTS TEAM LEADER

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.

BATHURST DISTRICT SPORT & RECREATION COUNCIL 42ND ANNUAL SPORTS AWARDS. NOMINATE NOW! It is now time to nominate any outstanding achievements by Bathurst sportspersons, teams, officials, clubs, referees, coaches for the Year 2019. Head to bdsrc.com.au or visit the Facebook page to secure a nomination form to ensure your athletes are recognised. Nominations close 31 December 2019. Bathurst District Sport & Recreation Council is honoured and proud to have recognised the sporting community of Bathurst for the past 43 years and to celebrate their achievements at the annual dinner.

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Civic Centre, Administration

Closed: from 12 noon Friday, 20 December and reopen Monday 23 December then closed from 4.45 pm Tuesday 24 December 2019. Open: 8.30 am Thursday, 2 January 2020. For emergency: Water & Sewerage, contact 6334 2795 Roads & Drainage (Urban & Rural), contact 0408 412 576. Parks matters, contact 0407 856 469. Cemetery matters, contact 0455 046 819. Building maintenance issues, contact 6334 2795

Garbage, Recycling and Food and Garden Waste Services

Christmas Day and all other days will be as normal. For emergency: Garbage matters, contact 6334 2795 Recycling, food and garden waste matters, contact 1300 725 415

Waste Management Centre

Closed: from 12 noon Friday 20 December and Christmas Day. Open: other days as normal.

Rockley Rural Transfer Station

Open: Tuesday 24 December & Saturday 28 December, 2pm - 6pm.Tuesday, 31 December and Saturday, 4 January 2020, 2pm – 6pm.

Animal Pound

Closed: weekends, public holidays and 20, 27, 30 and 31 December 2019. Open: weekdays (excluding above) between 12.30pm – 2pm. For emergency cat, dog or stock impounding matters, contact 6334 2795.

Bathurst Regional Art Gallery

Closed: from 12noon Friday 20 December, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and every Monday. Open: Saturday 21 December 10am – 2pm; Sunday 22 December 11am –2pm; Christmas Eve, Friday 27 December and Saturday 28 December 10am – 2pm; Sunday 29 December 11am – 2pm; Tuesday 31 December 10am – 2pm; New Year’s Day, 11am – 2pm. (Public Holiday) Normal Gallery hours resume Thursday 2 January 2020.

Bathurst Library

Closed: from 12 noon Friday 20 December, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day Open: Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 December 10am – 3pm, Monday 23 December 10am - 6pm, Christmas Eve 10am – 2pm, Friday 27 December 10am – 6pm, Saturday 28 & Sunday 29 December 10am to 3pm, Monday 30 December 10am - 6pm and New Year’s Eve 10am – 2pm.After hours chute open for returns. Normal Library hours resume Thursday 2 January 2020.

Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum

Closed: from 12noon Friday 20 December, from 1pm Christmas Eve and closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day. Open: all other days as normal (Monday - Saturday 10am – 4pm, Sunday, 10am – 2pm)

National Motor Racing Museum

Closed: from 12 noon Friday 20 December, from 1pm Christmas Eve and closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day. Open: all other days between 9am and 4pm.

Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre

Closed: from 12 noon Friday 20 December Open: 9am Thursday 2 January 2020

Chifley Home and Education Centre

Closed: Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day. Open: Saturday, Sunday and Monday: Guided tours at 10am and 12 noon.

Bathurst Visitor Information Centre

Closed: 1pm Tuesday 24 December 2019, Christmas Day and Boxing Day. Open: other days as normal.

Kelso Community Hub

Closed: 4.15 pm Monday 23 December 2019 Open: Open: 9.00 am Monday 6 January 2020

Scallywags Child Care Centre

Closed: 6pm, 20 December 2018 Open: 8am 14 January 2019

Little Scallywags Child Care Centre

Closed: Friday 20 December 2019 and reopen Monday 23 December then closed from 6pm Tuesday 24 December 2019 Open: 8am Monday 13 January 2020.

Family Day Care

Closed: from 12 noon Friday 20 December and reopen Monday 23 December then closed from 4.30 pm Tuesday 24 December 2019 Open: 8.30 am Monday 6 January 2020. Services will remain available over the Christmas period. In case of emergency, contact 0418 282 307.

Aerodrome

Open all days as normal.

DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS & COMPLYING DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATES Council approved the following applications for the period of 17 to 23 November 2019. Modification - dual occupancy, two lot subdivision & retaining walls

1 Poate Street Windradyne

2019/238

Two lot rural residential subdivision

268 Howards Drive Mount Rankin

2018/244

Partial demolition of existing attached carport, two storey dual occupancy (second dwelling) & two lot residential subdivision

2019/290

Additions & alterations to existing dwelling house, demolition of outbuilding & construction of two storey secondary dwelling

20 Annesley Street West Bathurst

2019/307

Business identification signage

23 Keppel Street Bathurst

2019/314

Change of use from office premises to place of public worship & internal alterations

211 Howick Street Bathurst

2019/325

Change of use to vehicle repair station including ancillary motorcycle sales & training facility, additions & alterations to existing building, demolition of existing building & replacement with new workshop & washbay

12 Littlebourne Street Kelso

Single storey dwelling

151 Box Ridge Road Turondale

2017/221

2019/326

198 Rankin Street Bathurst

2019/359

Shed

13 Windemere Road Robin Hill

CDC2019/183

Single storey dwelling with attached garage

3 Darvall Drive Kelso

CDC2019/184 Above ground swim spa CDC2019186

Two storey dwelling with attached garage

29 Barker Circuit Kelso 8 Darvall Drive Kelso

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.

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Council Service

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.

LIBRARY Author Talk: Chris Krupa, Thurday 5 December - 6pm Bookings essential, phone 6333 6281. BATHURST REGIONAL ART GALLERY Void Education Symposium - Friday 6 December The Void Education Symposium brings together artists from the Void touring exhibition, arts academics and educators,Void curator Emily McDaniel, and Wiradjuri Elders to participate in a series of talks, panel discussions, cultural activities and networking opportunities aimed at giving participants a base for creating culturally safe, authentic learning experiences. Council staff are encouraged to attend. For more information and to register visit eventbrite.com.au

CHRISTMAS CLOSURES

After hours and Public Holidays including Christmas Day, Boxing Day & New Year’s Day Water, Sewerage, Roads, Drainage & Parks matters ph 6334 2795. Council extends wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

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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Business Council of Australia calls on government to make the regions a priority for a Stronger Australia, and Bathurst ticks all the boxes By Rich Evans FITNESS FANATICS: Mayor Bobby Bourke, left, and Bathurst MP Paul Toole put Ray Hogden through his paces at one of the new fitness stations that are now in place in Berry Park and Cousens Park.

KEEPING FIT – WITH HELP FROM THE NSW GOVERNMENT

Keeping fit is set to take on an added dimension following the installation of exercise equipment and water stations at Lions Berry Park and Cousens Park.

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athurst MP Paul Toole a State Government grant of $100,000 for the project was made available to Bathurst Regional Council thanks to its successful application under the Stronger Country Communities Fund. “The parks are located close to each other on the banks of the Macquarie River in Bathurst and are linked to popular footpaths and cycleways,” Mr Toole said. “With these new facilities, sporting clubs and residents of all ages will now have a greater incentive to improve their health and well-being as the exercise equipment may be used in addition to walking, running or bike riding. “The water stations will be an added

convenience, allowing users to stay hydrated as they work out. “Even local sporting clubs using sporting fields nearby can improve their training regimes by incorporating the fitness equipment as part of their regular training.” Mr Toole said the location of the exercise equipment and water stations at Lions Berry Park and Cousens Park means there is potential for greater use because of their links with the walking paths and cycleways. “Having this free, modern exercise equipment will help further promote a healthy lifestyle in the community,” he said.

GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEAS FROM LOCAL ARTISTS! T.arts Gallery has a diverse range of gift lines for Christmas from wall art, pottery, sculpture, jewellery, photography and more! For a unique individual gift drop into the gallery and talk to the artists. Merry Christmas! T.ARTS GALLERY 80 GEORGE ST BATHURST t: 0490 332 699 | www.tartsgallery.com Mon-Fri10am -5pm | Sat 10am-2pm

AT AN ADDRESS to the National Press Club in Canberra last week Jennifer Westacott, chief executive, Business Council of Australia called on the government to think regionally for the future of our great nation. Over the last two years, Ms Westacott has toured the country with the CEOs and leaders of some of the largest employers in the country, visiting everywhere from Townsville to Geelong, even stopping here in Bathurst. “We’ve badged this initiative Strong Australia because we do not believe we can have a strong country, if our regions are not strong,” said Ms Westacott. This is not news to regional communities, however the tour left the organisation feeling like there are two very different countries when regional communities are compared to their metropolitan cousins. “We must make sure the economic story, the social story and the opportunity story is about all of Australia, not just some parts of it. We must unleash the potential of our people and places across the whole of the country,” said Ms Westacott. There was a clear lack of direction

and spending in the regions when compared with the metropolitan infrastructure boom. Regional communities right across the country are left wondering where the next wave of jobs will come from for their children and future generations to be able to live a fulfilled life. “We can build momentum by fine-tuning our economic policy settings to make sure Australia is competitive and open for business. And finally, we can build it by fundamentally rethinking the way we plan and prioritise infrastructure, create jobs and provide services in all the places of Australia. I have never been more convinced that Australia possess all the essential ingredients to supercharge our economy,” said Ms Westacott in her speech. President of Bathurst Business Chamber, Angus Edwards agrees that Bathurst ticks all the boxes for a community poised for growth. The city is well located and accessible by train, road and even air to Sydney, has great infrastructure being developed, but there is always more that can be done. 2020 is the start of a new decade and it could well be a golden era for a business boom in the states Central West.

TO DO list for a

stronger Australia:

• Audit the strengths and weaknesses of key regional areas. • Target infrastructure dollars to regional centres with the best potential to grow. • Consider incentives such as fast-tracking planning approvals to encourage businesses to set up shop and invest in regional Australia. • Make sure regional centres are connected to other cities with good transport links for people and freight. • Make sure regional Australia has fast and reliable digital connections, including the National Broadband Network. • Urgently reform the post-secondary education and skills system. • Remove the cultural and funding bias against vocational education and training by moving to a single funding model for both VET and higher education. • Set up a single information platform so students and workers have a one-stop-shop to find out about jobs in demand, potential earnings, what to study, how long it will take and what it will cost. • Give every Australian a Lifelong Skills Account to pay for their training and education needs through their working lives, allowing them to choose where, what and when they study. • Create a national apprenticeship system that encourages employers to take on young workers.

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Movie: The Addams Family Date: 10 December 2019 Where: Metro Cinemas, 144 Piper St, Bathurst Arrival: 5.30pm for 6.00pm screening Cost: $16.00 p/p - includes a can of drink & a bag of lollies on arrival.

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ANDREWGEE MP FEDERAL MEMBER FOR CALARE

Your CountryYour 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 closedcircuit 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

BREAKING: $2 MILLION IN FEDERAL FUNDING FOR EXCLUSIVE LOCAL FRUIT NETTING TRIAL - FARMERS AND FRUIT BATS REJOICE! Orchardists in the Central West battling drought will soon be able to access funding to install new netting for their fruit trees under a new Federal Government netting subsidy trial. $2 million has been set aside for the local trial which has been very warmly received by local orchardists. It is the only netting trial site in NSW. This is something our local orchardists and I have been fighting for over a long period of time. Studies have shown that water savings of up to 20% are achievable when orchardists use netting to cover their trees. Besides water savings, netting protects fruit from both sunburn and hail. It also the most effective means of protecting crops from flying foxes. Without netting, orchardists are left with no choice but to get permits to shoot the bats. They’d rather not have to do that. So this netting subsidy is a huge win for the farmers and also a huge win for the bats! I’m confident the trial will go well because as the state Member for Orange, the orchardists and I were able to secure $4 million in state funding for netting across NSW. The problem’s been that there hasn’t been any state funding since. In the absence of more state support, the Feds are stepping in! A month ago, we met with local orchardists in Canberra about this

very issue and the opportunities more net funding could bring for our area’s farmers. This is why I’m thrilled to be able to deliver this vital support to our producers. They’ve been having an extremely tough time lately As part of the trial, we want to gather data from this region to measure the productivity boosts. And, we want to know how netting can improve quality and yield for export markets. If it works, the trial can be expanded across the state. The scheme will commence in 2020 and operate until 31 December 2021 or until funds are fully committed.

On Tuesday morning, I caught up with add “at Parliament” before with second-generation second-generation farmers at Hartwood Station, Abbey and Chloe Angove and their friend Darcey Heffernan, on the lawns in front of Parliament House to discuss their

Summary: • Netting Trial Funding Total: $2 million • Eligible LGAs: Bathurst Regional, Mid-Western, Cabonne and Orange • Eligible producers will be required to at least match the Commonwealth contribution – and grants will be capped. • Commencement: Early 2020

concerns about water. The sisters have driven up to take part in this week’s protests and talked to me about the frustration of watching gigalitres of water surge past their property, and their inability to use it. I support Chloe and Abbey, and farmers like them, getting access to the water flowing past their farms. We need our southern farmers to grow fodder for those in the north. Let’s find a way to get it done!

BATHURST ELECTORATE OFFICE 85 Keppel Street, BATHURST NSW 2795 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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Brigette McKenzie, Fi Hall, Guy Gaeta and Peter West at a meeting last month in Canberra to discuss netting

Delivery arrangements are being finalised and further details will be available on the Federal Department of Agriculture’s website shortly.

OUR FARMERS NEED MORE WATER Three years without a crop, as valuable water flows by their 7000-hectare property Hartwood Station near Deniliquin, is the reality for the Angove Family.

s Andrew pictured with Bruce Reynolds, Minister for Agriculture

s Andrew with local orchardist Guy Gaeta during a recent visit to Guy’s property

ADDITIONAL DROUGHT FUNDING FOR LOCAL ROADS Bathurst Regional Council has received an extra $1,248,599 in Federal Government funding to develop safer roads in the region under the Australian Government’s Roads to Recovery program (R2R). The funding is part of the additional $138.9 million that has been allocated to droughtaffected communities through the R2R program, and forms part of the Australian Government’s recently announced drought

response package. Funding has been allocated to the 128 local government areas with the aim of stimulating local economic activity through road infrastructure projects. Those councils are also receiving support under the federal Drought Communities Programme. The extra funding matches the allocation already made to Lithgow City Council for the 2019-2020 financial year, and will be made available from January 2020.


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Pet Fun Day at the Christmas Markets to raise money for those affected by disaster LAKE ROWLANDS: Deputy Chairman of Central Tablelands Water Kevin Walker, left, Bathurst MP Paul Toole, Nationals MLC Sam Farraway and General Manager of Central Tablelands Water Gavin Rhodes at Lake Rowlands.

$1 MILLION FOR LAKE ROWLANDS WATER SECURITY STUDIES

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ember for Bathurst, Paul Toole, said preliminary studies will be completed by Central Tablelands Water to bring the project to the shovel ready stage. “This will include details on a secure yield study, cost benefit analysis, engineering design, and a review of environmental factors,” Mr Toole said. “As well as the preliminary work needed for the project, the community and other stakeholders will be consulted on CTW’s preferred option for the dam. “We want to see the Central West thrive as a region and securing our water future will

ensure this happens. “Raising the dam wall at Lake Rowlands by 2.2 metres would almost double its capacity.” Nationals MLC, Sam Farraway said the 4,500 megalitre dam supplies around 10,000 customers in the towns of Blayney, Canowindra, Manildra, Grenfell and a number of smaller communities,” Mr Farraway said. “The region was hit hard by the millennium drought and current conditions are also presenting a huge challenge to the region, with Level 3 water restrictions currently in place. “To ensure water security well into the future and

build our economy, planning must start on the necessary infrastructure.” Mr Farraway said the NSW Government has previously provided funds to WaterNSW for the completion of a business case for a pipeline between Lake Rowlands Dam and Carcoar Dam. “The Government has moved quickly and decisively to assist regional NSW during this drought. We know communities are doing it tough and need our support to ensure water security for residents and businesses,” she said. “WaterNSW is expected to release their business case for the pipeline by mid-2020

The NSW Government is funding $1 million for the completion of a feasibility study into the Lake Rowlands dam extension as part of its emergency response to the drought in regional NSW. and, with the completion of preliminary studies for the Lake Rowlands Dam expansion, we can be ready to start building the infrastructure this region needs.” The funding forms part of the Government’s $88 million package to extend water supplies across regional NSW and a total drought package of $3.3 billion since 2017.

THE BATHURST AH&P would like to to ensure they are healthy and have invite the community to bring their their checks up to date. pets to the Pet Fun Day to be held The Christmas Market features in conjunction with the Christmas over 50 local producers and is a Market at the Bathurst Showground great opportunity to see the best on Sunday 15 December 2019 local produce, home-made pickles, The Christmas Market will feature preserves, locally roasted coffee, a Pet Fun Day with classes such as cakes, confectionary, artisan crafts, a pet/owner lookalike competition, clothing, jewellery, gardenware, smallest pet, fancy dress, pet with the gifts and the famous Bathurst best trick and an obstacle course. AH&P brunch. This is open to all domestic pets The Christmas market runs except reptiles and horses. from 9.00 am – 1.00 pm and will There is no fee to enter the market, also feature a visit from Santa, as however entry to the Pet Fun Day well as the chance to have a chat classes will be by gold coin donation with Show Councillors about how with proceeds raised from the Pet the community can get involved in Fun Day being donated to NSW the 2020 Reliance Bank Royal showgrounds supporting emergency Bathurst Show. animal housing. Registration is from 9.30 am for a 10.00 am start. This event will feature dog demonstrations and tricks from the talented local team Best Paw Forward with many prizes on offer donated by Davmac Mini Foxies, Windstar Arabians and Bathurst PETstock. Ingrid Pulley from Best Paw Forward Bathurst will be running demonstrations and trick shows throughout the day, and available to speak with regarding dog training and care in the region. All animals must be secured or controlled at all times, and anybody bringing animals to Penelope Peebles (4) the Pet Fun Day need with Domino

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It’s the Christmas Season at Bathurst Seymour Centre! We are looking forward to our annual Christmas Party at the RSL Club. It is always a lovely day with great entertainment, activities, raffles, food, friends and of course Santa! We know this is a busy time for Carers so we have organised additional respite opportunities – please contact us if this is of interest to you. Community Education is held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month

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55 Seymour Street Bathurst from 9.30 – 11.30am. In December the guest speakers are from the Department of Fair Trading plus a local dietician. This should be timely with Christmas coming up. Please feel welcome to join us. Café 55 is held on the 3rd Saturday of each month from 10am – 12 noon. This is a Café for carers and the person they provide care for who has dementia or a

cognitive decline, which is held at Bathurst Seymour Centre - lovely refreshments and entertainment are provided. The last one for 2019 is Saturday 21 December. We would like to thank all of our wonderful staff and volunteers for the wonderful contribution they make – it is outstanding and it is really appreciated. We close for two weeks at

Christmas to re-charge our batteries. Our last day of operation for 2019 is 21 December and we will re-open on Monday 6 January 2020. Best wishes to everyone and we hope you have a fabulous Christmas and a happy, healthy and wealthy 2020! For more information please call in at 55 Seymour Street or phone 63321449.

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TOUR DE CURE AND FREEDOM WHEELS

appointed as official charities of the Bathurst Cycling Classic A tribe of cancer curing cyclists and an organisation that provides the sheer freedom and joy of cycling to Australians with disabilities have been announced as the official charities for the 2020 Bathurst Cycling Classic. Freedom Wheels and Tour de Cure are the inaugural official charities for the event.

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he 2020 edition of the Bathurst Cycling Classic is a year of many firsts, such as a new looped course for the B2B. The Bathurst Cycling Classic was originally run by local charity Rotary, which is still heavily involved in the event. Mayor Bobby Bourke said Council is very proud to appoint two amazing charities who do incredible work in the community and are an active part of cycling culture. “Events like the Bathurst Cycling Classic have the opportunity to make a significant impact on people’s lives. To be able to support charities that put a smile on the face of young children in need as well as take on the cancer battle with Tour de Cure is an honour and we

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look forward to working with Freedom Wheels and Tour de Cure to support their work and fundraising,” he said. “We ask all of our cyclists to consider raising funds for these cycling-inspired charities via their participation in the 2020 Bathurst Cycling Classic.” The Bathurst Cycling Classic has partnered with Go Fundraise to create a dedicated Bathurst Cycling Classic website and all 2020 Bathurst Cycling Classic participants can create a personal fundraising page and raise vital funds for charity partners. The 2020 Bathurst Cycling Classic is to be held on March 14-15, next year. Participants can register at www.bathurstcyclingclassic. com.au and create their own fundraising page to raise funds for Freedom Wheels or Tour de Cure at https://bathurstcyclingclassic2020. gofundraise.com.au/ Freedom Wheels freedomwheels.org. au are custom bikes for kids and adults living with a disability who cannot ride a standard bike. The team of skilled staff and volunteers design, build and deliver the bikes to suit the physical and cognitive needs of the individual so they too can enjoy what cycling has to offer. “Freedom Wheels are thrilled to be an official charity partner for the Bathurst Cycling Classic,” said Meadhbh Roche, Promotions Coordinator at Freedom Wheels. “For many kids living with a disability, cycling is a dream which sometimes seems

impossible. The fundraising by participants in the Bathurst Cycling Classic will go towards making these dreams come true for some of our kids, of which we currently have 105 on a waiting list.” The dream of Tour de Cure www.tourdecure.com.au is a world without cancer. Tour de Cure brings together ordinary people from across Australia to raise funds for cancer research via cycling tours event events. These events raise vital funds for world-class cancer projects that make the biggest impact on this terrible disease. “Tour de Cure (TdC) are excited to partner with the Bathurst Cycling Classic. We’re a passionate community committed to curing cancer and encouraging all Australians to live a healthy, cancer smart lifestyle. We know that 1 IN 3 Cancers are preventable and by riding in the BCC you’re on the right path to keeping fit, healthy & happy,’ said Geoff Coombes, Tour de Cure Co-Founder. “We fund brilliant scientists doing groundbreaking research that will impact cancer outcomes in our life time. With the help of Bathurst Cycling Classic participant fundraising we can fund a key Immunotherapy research project at the Garvan Institute that will improve survival rates and quality of life. The BCC is a great event showcasing cycling over a two-day festival and we encourage you to get involved and come and say hi.” For more information, please visit https:// www.bathurstcyclingclassic.com.au/

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NEWS Colourfully costumed featured artists including from regional NSW performed in the musical theatre segment Welcome to Wonderland.

SATURDAY’S SCHOOLS SPECTACULAR TV BROADCAST IS NOT JUST FOR THE STARS Saturday night is a big night for the tens of thousands of family and friends of the 5500 stars of this year’s Schools Spectacular as they watch their performance debut on national television.

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ut the Schools Spectacular Creative Director, Sonja Sjolander said that will also be a great night for anyone who wants to watch joyous, uplifting television. “The infectious enthusiasm and amazing talent of our Schools Spectacular will warm everyone’s hearts,” Ms Sjolander said. “We’ve been thrilled by the accolades that have followed this year’s show. “They have praised the richness, colour, vitality and creativity – and, of course, this makes for great television.” The Schools Spectacular will be broadcast Australia-wide on the Seven Network, including Prime7 across regional NSW, at 7:00pm this Saturday night (7 December). Ms Sjolander said there will be something for everybody from a rock band recreating the worldwide hit from Spiderman 2 through to beautiful music from the 100-piece symphony orchestra and 2800-voice choir accompanying the classical ballet. They will see plenty of colour and nostalgia including the fantasy of the Welcome to Wonderland segment through to the celebration of the 80th anniversary of the Wizard of Oz to a 90s music flashback and the tribute to the hit movie and musical, Footloose. Once again John Foreman, himself

an alumni of the Schools Spectacular, will compere the show and delight with his incredible musical skills on the grand piano. The television show will capture the Schools Spectacular’s mastery of moods and transporting the audience from raucous numbers flooding the arena stage to intimate expressions as one single performers stands alone in the spotlight mesmerising audiences with their song. Each year the Schools Spectacular has a theme and this year it was STARS. “Everyone truly lived up to their star billing,” Ms Sjolander said. “They really shone and together our galaxy of stars made the 2019 Schools Spectacular a show to remember.”

Stars from the Western NSW include: Local Schools Involved in the event • Denison College Bathurst High Campus – Lily Cole • Denison College Kelso High Campus – Mia Ryan • Bathurst Public (CC, CD) • Bathurst South Public (CD) • Calare Public (CC, CD) • Carenne School (D) • Denison College Bathurst High Campus (SB, V) • Eglinton Public (CC, CD) • Lithgow High (CD) • Lithgow Public (CC) CC = Combined Choir | CD = Combined Dance | D = D’Arts Ensemble | SB = Stage Band | V = VET Entertainment Studies crew

MERRY CHRISTMAS! The Green Dry Clean will close for a well-deserved break over Xmas! The shop will close Monday 23rd December at 5.30pm and will reopen Monday 6th January 2020.

Once again thank you for supporting The Green Dry Clean. We love our customers and look forward to a wonderful 2020. A celebration of the 80th anniversary of the Wizard of Oz brought together dancers from across regional NSW.

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Evans Arts Council Members Art & Craft Sale

L to R: Ray Christison, Chair, Museums & Galleries of NSW, Janelle Middleton, Manager Museums, Bathurst Regional Council, Sarah Gurich, Director, Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, Hon. Don Harwin MLC, Minister of the Arts

THE EVANS ARTS Council Members Art and Craft show was held on Saturday, with a wonderful assortment of art and crafts for sale. It was a busy morning, with the volunteers selling over $500 worth of works before lunch time. There was such a range of different works from paintings, drawings, dioramas, knitted artworks and dolls, cards, hats, handmade household décor, jewellery, felt art and so much more. There were some truly beautiful pieces for sale and plenty on show to see. The wonderful volunteers at the Evans Arts council are such a pleasure, always up for a chat and are an incredibly welcoming group of like-minded arts and crafts people. Make sure you get along to the next Evans Arts Council events and workshops, for more information visit Facebook or call 6331 7027. - Emily Horton

BRAG WINS FOR RE-ORG BATHURST AT THE 2019 IMAGinE AWARDS Museums & Galleries of NSW has announced the winners of the 2019 IMAGinE awards. Bathurst Regional Art Gallery won the award for RE-ORG Bathurst.

Jenni Ford, Ruth Heaton, Shirley Walsh, Michelle Muldoon, Audrey Shoebridge and 8 week old Squish.

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sing methodology developed by ICCROM, UNESCO, and the Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI), this project saw the systematic, stepby-step improvement of access and management of the Bathurst Regional Council collections. The pilot project was undertaken by a team of post-graduate students from Melbourne University’s Grimwade Centre for Cultural Material Conservation in collaboration with Gallery staff. For the project, policy and administrative recommendations were made and advice was given on housing, management, protection and long-term preservation of the collection. The project team also ensured that all 2,000 collection items were labelled, photographed, wrapped, and raised off the floor. This significant undertaking resulted in real and lasting change in collections management practice at the Gallery – staff now being able to access over 90% of the collection in under 3 minutes (a process that previously took over one hour). This ground-breaking project was successful in its aim to solve collection management issues, and now serves as a model for other small to medium sized galleries, particularly those in regional areas. The Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum also received a highly commended for the Albert Chapman Collection - Remarkable Minerals from the Australian Museum (AM). The Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum (AFMM) will host the Albert Chapman Collection – Remarkable Minerals from the Australian Museum (AM) exhibition, featuring more than 570 outstanding Australian and overseas mineral specimens including stunning smithsonite, rhodonite, pyromorphite, azurite, anglesite, cerussite and spessartine. These minerals make up two-thirds of the incredible collection assembled by

the late Albert Chapman during his lifetime and now in the care of the Australian Museum. “All of the Chapman minerals are world class, and some even considered the finest examples of their type in the world. They are also a unique part of Australia’s heritage representing all periods of our mining history. We’re delighted to be touring them to Bathurst and giving communities in central and western NSW direct access to this incredibly important collection,” Australian Museum Director and CEO Kim McKay said. “It is also fitting that while in Bathurst, the Chapman Collection will be displayed alongside the Somerville Collection. Not only are these collections respectively the two best mineral collections in Australia, Professor Warren Somerville AM was also a great friend of the late Albert Chapman, often seen together fossicking for minerals. Now more than 60 years later, these minerals are being brought back together and may well inspire the next generation of geologists,” Ms McKay said. When on display in Bathurst, the Chapman Collection will be alongside the AM’s Somerville Mineral Collection, and combined it will be the largest and most significant exhibition of minerals in Australia – with more than 1400 world-class minerals on show. The IMAGinE awards promote and strengthen the NSW museum and gallery sector. They honour best practice education programs, outreach projects, exhibitions, collection management projects and achievements of individuals. Recognising innovation and excellence in over 500 museums, galleries and Aboriginal cultural centres across NSW, the IMAGinE awards acknowledge the outstanding achievements of over 9,000 paid and volunteer workers in fostering richer local communities and their contribution to the extraordinary

diversity within the NSW museum and gallery sector. This year saw an incredibly strong selection of nominations representing the best of regional and metropolitan NSW visual arts and cultural heritage experiences. There were many new museums and galleries nominated for the first time as well as great new projects from past nominees and winners. These awards offer a unique opportunity for museums and galleries to promote their achievements and raise their profile within the community. Michael Rolfe, CEO, Museums & Galleries of NSW commended all recipients across the categories of Exhibition Projects, Engagement, Sustainability and Individual Achievement in paid and volunteered staffed organisations and said, This year’s nominations were again of an unprecedented standard and the competition in many of the categories was, of course extremely close. I would particularly like to acknowledge the number of outstanding First Nations exhibitions and projects, many among the winners and highly commended, and applaud the depth of community involvement demonstrated by these nominations Each year we see trends across the sector and the strength of in-depth education and engagement stood out as did the increasing focus on environment and sustainability both in terms of content and organisational practices. As in past years the 2019 IMAGinE Awards also highlighted the many incredible partnerships involved in the projects taking place across the state whether they be between institutions, with local council, community or schools or other cultural organisations. The quality and diversity of these projects is a testament to the power of collaboration and consultation.


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Dr Jim Blackwood, Luke Sciberras, Monica Morse, Heather Dunn and Max Wilson

MEET THE LOCAL CRIME WRITER IN OUR MIDST Meet local writer Chris Krupa, find out about e-publishing and discover what inspired his gripping crime series at Bathurst Library.

A BRAGS Brunch with Luke Sciberras ON SATURDAY THE Bathurst Regional Art Gallery Society Inc. hosted a brunch to celebrate 50 years of fundraising for the permanent collection. A significant part of the current exhibition Threads Through Time at Bathurst Regional Art Gallery was the unveiling of a major commission by Hill End artist Luke Sciberras Bridle Track Hill End (2019). This work is a joint commission between BRAG and the BRAGS Inc. to

commemorate 50 years of contributing to the permanent collection. The Art Gallery staff and BRAGS members joined together to celebrate this major commission with canapes and local sparkling wine. Artist Luke Sciberras spoke openly about the artwork and its significance for the Hill End Community, demonstrating the process of creating the tapestry. - Emily Horton

t 6pm on Thursday December 5, Chris will discuss the motivation behind his writing, his passion for crime fiction and his work with the NSW Victims Services department, which has given him a real-life insight into the world of crime. Manager Library Services, Patou Clerc, said she encouraged crime fiction fans to come along and support a local writer who has already completed two books and

is currently writing his third. “Bathurst is home to a large and vibrant creative community and it is exciting to know we have a crime writer in our midst,” she said. “We look forward to hearing how Chris develops his stories and brings them to life.” Ms Clerc said the talk will also provide great tips for up-and-coming writers looking to get their work published. “Many popular authors – such as Amanda Hocking [a young adult fiction writer who has now sold millions of books] – got their start in e-publishing so it will be interesting to hear Chris’s experience with that publishing model,” she said.

Born in Wollongong, Chris now lives in Bathurst with his wife and two sons. He has already released two books through Evolved Publishing – Inlet Boys and Tall Dark Heart – and is currently working on his next title, The Jaydus File, which follows the life and cases of private investigator Matt Kowalski. Chris is also a

cartoonist and freelance filmmaker and has written and directed a horror film that was released in selected cinemas. Chris Krupa will be at Bathurst Library on Thursday December 5 at 6pm. Bookings are essential. To secure your place, call the Library on 6333 6281, enquire at the front desk or register at eventbrite.com.au.

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REPORT FROM: BATHURST STORY FILED: HOLIDAYS

Hi people, it’s Leo here. Sorry again there was no column last week! Things are pretty busy around here for a kid my age. For me, the school holidays are literally around the corner. Two more days of school and then Speech Day. Well, Speech Day is just two hours of boringness unless you are getting an Award. Believe it or not I was pretty shocked to get

a letter saying I was getting an Award so it might not be so boring after all. In the school holidays my family are going to Bermagui - I know, funny name right? Bermagui is located on the coast about 5 or 6 hours drive from Bathurst. We stay at this great old house which you can book anytime and we’ve booked it for a week. I’m so excited. Until next time Leo Roving Report

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WELL, HERE I am, sitting at the keyboard in my garret, firmly in the grip of writers block, Aaaargh, what to do this week? I know I’ll phone a friend. So I rang my mate Mick, the sage of Wiseman’s Creek. “Why don’t ewe write about sheep?” drawled ironic Mick. “What? Heritage sheep?” said I. “Yep, that’s it, Romney Marshes, Lincolns, Cheviots, African Four Horned etc etc” he droned. “Baa (humbug)” I replied. But Mick does know a lot about sheep. Next in the teledex (now an antique) was The Big Mac. “What about wonderful heritage Logan Brae? They’ve got house tours coming up this weekend. You know, you are in the film, the one they show narrated by Mr Ab Fab!” “That’s a great idea” said I. “Everyone must do the tour and watch the film with me in it, while morning tea is served”. On a roll now I rang our heritage outpost at Rockley.

“Mrs Budden, what’s on?” “I’m surprised you don’t know you silly man.” She said. “It’s Rockley Village heritage tours again this weekend, everybody’s coming. Tony will be at his best and you can’t do better than come on out”. Hmm! “Inuendo?” I thought. Just then Sally Daaarling Hart rang from Cirencester. “You’re a naughty boy” she gushed (she always gushes). “Go down to the Bathurst Visitors Centre and get some Cirencester heritage honey from the pop up shop. And while you’re there ask them for ideas. Better still pop on the Bathurst Hop on Hop off Explorer Bus. It’s free for you if you bring a visitor.” Now suitably informed, I went out into the garden to chat with my other friends (pictured).

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GIVE A GIFT THAT GIVES BACK THIS PAWLIDAY SEASON Petbarn Bathurst, City Farmers, and Greencross Clinic teams are banding together to raise $1.2 million to the Petbarn Foundation Tree of Hope fundraising initiative

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he Petbarn Foundation are adding a few extra stops to Santa Paws’ route this Christmas by decorating the Tree of Hope tree in Petbarn Bathurst to help animals in need. With the goal of raising $1.2 million through the national appeal from now until Friday 27th December, Bathurst locals can get involved in the Tree of Hope fundraising initiative by heading into Petbarn Bathurst or any local Greencross clinic and purchasing a $3, $5 or $10 decoration. Every time a star is purchased from the Tree of Hope, the Petbarn Foundation will make a donation to the RSPCA and Bathurst petrelated charity partners helping local animal welfare groups to continue their great work in supporting animals in need. Scott Charters, Greencross Limited Chief Operating Officer of Retail, said the donations will be shared across nominated shelters, pet rescue groups and the like to bring much-

needed funds for the year ahead. “Petbarn Bathurst will be donating a portion of the funds to the RSPCA as well as to local charity partners , in a bid to raise a record number of donations. Furthermore, a donations going to the RSPCA will be used to help with the bushfires affecting New South Wales and Queensland. “The simple act of purchasing a Tree of Hope Christmas decoration at Bathurst helps hard working pet-related charities continue their work. It’s nice to know that any contribution from Bathurst locals, small or large, will help give animals in need the chance to put a better paw forward ahead of the new year." Since launching the Petbarn Foundation in 2012, over $13.1 million has been raised for animal welfare initiatives. The Petbarn Foundation, which is the charitable arm of Petbarn and Greencross Vets, was established by Australia’s leading pet care company,

Greencross Limited, to raise funds to actively support pets and the people who love and care for them. Petbarn Bathurst Store Manager, Ashley Fitzgerald, is encouraging the Bathurst community to come in store and help out as much as possible. “Sadly, every Christmas there are thousands of animals across the country in need of love and a family. Our goal, as always, is to raise as much funding as possible to help save the lives of as many animals in need in Bathurst as well as across Australia, and we would not be able to achieve that without the support and kindness of Bathurst residents.” The Petbarn Foundation’s Tree of Hope Appeal will run in Petbarn Bathurst and Greencross Vets clinics nationally from now until Friday 27th December. To find out more about the Petbarn Foundation and Tree of Hope Appeal, please visit https://www.petbarn.com.au/treeofhope

Cheery chocolate coconut balls CHRISTMAS IS JUST around the corner so why not spread the Christmas cheer with some delicious, kid-friendly chocolate coconut balls. TAFE NSW Tourism and Hospitality Teacher, Robyn Ward, said these chocolate balls are not only easy to make but make a great gift. “If you want to treat the adults, you could even add a hint of rum essence. “For the perfect gift, place the balls in a festive bag with a bright Christmas ribbon. You will learn more Christmas recipes by

studying a hospitality course at TAFE NSW.” According to RDA Central West’s workforce development study, qualified hospitality staff are in demand. For more information about the range of hospitality and commercial cookery courses now open for enrolments for semester one at TAFE NSW, visit tafensw. edu.au or phone 131 601.

Chocolate coconut balls Ingredients • 1 packet (250g) milk arrowroot biscuits • / cup cocoa powder • ½ cup desiccated coconut • 1 tin (395g) condensed milk • Extra coconut for rolling Method 1. Crush the biscuits and place into a mixing bowl. 2. Add cocoa and coconut, stir together then add condensed milk. 3. Take a teaspoon amount of mixture and roll into a ball, then roll through extra coconut to cover. 4. Continue with the rest of the mixture, place the chocolate balls on a plate and chill in the fridge for 30 minutes.

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WHAT’S HAPPENING AROUND BATHURST WANT TO SEE YOUR PARTY OR SOCIAL EVENT IN BATHURST CITY LIFE?

Bathurst Artisan Markets THE BATHURST ARTISAN Christmas Markets were on Saturday in the Library and Art Gallery forecourt. Keppel Street was brimming with people out and about searching for some handmade and artisan gifts and goodies. This market was one of the biggest and busiest Artisan Markets I have been to in quite some time. Many of the stall holders were thrilled with the attendance and the weather on the day made for the perfect market spectacular. There was a huge range of arts, crafts, jewellery, woodwork, sculptures, quilts, cards, candles, scrunchies galore and so much more! With live music entertainment, a sausage sizzle and some yummy treats, there was something for everyone to enjoy. The Markets bring Keppel Street to life and it was great to see so many locals, as well as out of towners, check in to see what local artisans have to offer. - Emily Horton

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Genevieve and Pip Doolan

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Belle Whitwell entertaining the crowd

Festival of Z

John Wakeling from Sydney

RUSSELL STREET WAS lined with Datsun/Nissan Cars on Friday morning to celebrate the Festival of Z and the 50th Anniversary of the Iconic Datsun 240Z. With the challenge on at the Mount, Bathurst saw many drivers and their cars roll into town to showcase their piece of Z history. Car show judging was carried out and winners were announced on Saturday night, and as a tribute and celebration of 50 years, 50 Z’s competed in Group Z at Challenge Bathurst on the Saturday and Sunday.

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NEWS 2019 Rural and VET Scholarship recipients with the honourable Margaret Beazley AO QC Governor of New South Wales and Mr Wilson.

RASF VET SCHOLARSHIPS

Vocational Education and Training (VET) students from regional and rural New South Wales are being encouraged to apply for the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW Foundation (RASF) VET Scholarship with support ranging from $3000 to $6000 for full or part-time students.

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he Scholarships aim to help students in regional areas achieve their desired career path; lending a helping hand financially to support anything from rental cost to textbooks and placement travel. Shelley Hollingworth from Broken Hill New South Wales is one such student and says the RAS VET Scholarship is helping her achieve her desired career. “I am very passionate about my local community and through studying a Diploma in Nursing, I wish to give back to Broken Hill once I finish my

studies,” Miss Hollingworth said. “To do so I need to complete compulsory clinical placement, which means relocating for a few weeks a year, with the RAS VET Scholarship I have been able to cover both the accommodation and travel costs.” Over the past nine years, the VET and Rural Scholarship programs have helped over 470 students across the state. RAS Foundation Manager, Cecilia Logan says the funds can provide further opportunities for students in regional and rural NSW. “VET institutions offer such a great

variety of courses and skills which are vital to many regional areas, but it is not always easy to fund the cost that comes with further education,” Mrs Logan said. “The VET scholarships aim to reduce some of the barriers for students to continue their education and help them along the way.” The RASF VET Scholarship offers $6000 for full-time and $3000 for part-time students. Applications are currently open and will close on Sunday, 19 January 2020.

QUEEN’S VISIT PART 2 BY 12.40 ON Feb 12th 1954, the Queen’s visit to Bathurst was nearly over. The Queen and Duke were conveyed by car from the showgrounds to the railway station where they boarded the royal train to travel to Lithgow. The station was bedecked in a magnificent floral display to commemorate the day. This photo, while similar to a vast amount taken of that occasion, is much rarer and focuses on the couple just before they move into their carriage for the trip. The carriage is called the GovernorGeneral and was one of the most

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luxurious in Australia. It was built in 1901 at the Everleigh workshops for the use of the newly appointed GG the Earl of Hopetoun. It was one of 5 cars built for the use of such dignitaries up to 1920. This was the era of luxurious train travel in Australia. It was internally divided into three sleeping suites, dining room, galley, attendant’s quarters and observation room (this had 360 degree views apparently). The master bedroom was fitted with brass bedsteads, built-in wardrobes, ensuite toilet and shower.

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The dining area had 311 hand carved timber panels depicting Australian flora. There were fine carpets, goldtinted velvets, silk drapes and an array of gold plated items. It was used for the visit of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall in 1901 (later King George V). The 1954 visit by Queen Elizabeth was the first time it was used by a reigning monarch. It was last used by royalty in 1964. The Governor-General’s carriage is now displayed at the rail museum at Thirlmere. (Thanks to Allan Leaver for information).

Art and entertainment at the Old School Hall A TWOMAN exhibition featuring works by local artists Jock Alexander and Peter Robinson opens 7pm Friday 6 December with a celebration and music by renowned local band Roos In Shoes. Art works – drawings, watercolours, oils and mixed media - are on display and for sale from 10am to 4pm Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 December. Also on Saturday evening 7 December the fabulous satirical duo John Shortis and Moya Simpson, from Canberra, return to Peel with their end-of-year political revue ‘How Good is 2019!’ After many seasons of hilarious end-ofyear performances at O’Connell, Shortis and Simpson played to a sold-out full house in Peel last December and return by popular demand to deliver their incisive skewering of the 2019 body politic. Only a few tickets remain available,

don’t delay, buy your tickets now for an entertaining night of musical satire. Patrons can also view the Jock Alexander and Peter Robinson art exhibition at the Hall. Doors open at the Old School Hall, 8 West Street Peel at 7pm for 8pm show, BYO picnic supper and beverage. Tickets are $30 or $25 concession, to purchase online at: https://www.ticketebo.com.au/shortis-andsimpson-pty-ltd/how-good-is-2019-peel. html Above: an example of Jock Alexander’s evocative watercolour painting – ‘Wilburagil – mistletoe’.


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Seymour Centre celebrate Christmas and International Day of People with Disability TUESDAY WAS ABUZZ with merriment at Bathurst RSL with the Seymour Centre celebrating Christmas and the IDOPwD with over 150 guests. The day was filled with entertainment from Scott’s All Saints Pipe band, students and staff from Carenne School & Macquarie Tutorial Centre, local musicians Barry & Stephen and the Seymour’s very own Spice Girls along with Seymour Staff on a singing spectacular! The Pipe Band was a firm favourite as were the students from Carenne School who performed their drumming ensemble then they delighted by using

sign language along to Shakira’s “Try Everything” and then Justice Crew’s “Que Sera” and finally to “We Wish You A Merry Christmas”. Next up was Barry, who had performed many times for the Seymour Centre’s clients. Barry had help from his friend Stephen to play along with guitar. The guys even played the ever-popular Chicken Dance! Centre Manager Terisa Ashworth said, “This has been the most wonderful day and its always such a pleasure to be able to celebrate with all our guests”. “We are honoured by Council representation with Mayor Bobby Burke and Councillor Monica Morse as well as our MP Paul Toole, who have all been such fantastic supporters of Bathurst Seymour Centre.” Terisa said as the cake was officially being cut by the group which included board member Mr John Hollis. It was a day of cheer and celebration with everyone having a wonderful time. Congratulations to all the staff that made it such an awesome event.

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5:30 Sunrise 9:00 The Morning Show 11:30 Seven Morning News 12:00 2019 Australian Open Golf 5:00 The Chase Australia 6:00 Prime7 News 7:00 Better Homes and Gardens Summer 7:30 Zumbo’s Just Desserts 9:45 Beyond The Boundary 10:45 The Latest: Seven News 11:15 Chicago Fire

ABC ME - 23

5:58 Children's Program 3:33 Horrible Histories 4:03 Hardball 4:25 Stacked! 4:32 Spongo, Fuzz and Jalapena 4:45 The InBESTigators 5:00 So Awkward 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 8:03 The Adventures of Puss in Boots 8:26 Thunderbirds Are Go 8:48 The Legend of Korra 9:11 Prisoner Zero 9:36 WAC: World Animal Championships 10:01 rage: Guest Programmer

PRIME 7 - 6

5:30 Sunrise 9:00 The Morning Show 11:30 Seven Morning News 12:00 2019 Australian Open Golf 5:00 The Chase Australia 6:00 Prime7 News 7:00 Better Homes and Gardens Summer 8:30 Now You See Me 10:45 First Dates UK 12:00 Farewell, My Love

ABC ME - 23

5:58 Children's Programs 4:03 Hardball 4:26 Stacked! 4:33 Spongo, Fuzz and Jalapena 4:45 The InBESTigators 5:01 So Awkward 5:31 Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir 5:53 Wishfart 6:06 Dragons: Race to the Edge 6:29 BtN Newsbreak 6:35 Operation Ouch! 7:03 Deadly Pole to Pole 7:32 Shaun the Sheep 7:42 The Penguins of Madagascar 8:06 The Adventures of Puss in Boots 8:28 Good Game Spawn Point 8:50 Sailor Moon Crystal 9:13 Boruto: Naruto Next Generations 9:37 Sword Art Online 9:58 The Party Set 10:33 Stacked! The Pack 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 3:30 Everyday Gourmet 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 Jamie Ultimate Veg 8:30 Law & Order: SVU 11:30 WIN’s All Australian News

WIN BOLD - 81

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WIN - 8

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5:30 Today 9:00 Today Extra 11:30 Nine Morning News 12:00 Ellen 1:00 Chicago Med 3:00 Tipping Point 4:00 Nine Afternoon News 5:00 Millionaire Hot Seat 6:00 Nine News 7:00 A Current Affair 7:30 Great Getaways 8:30 Race Across the World 9:50 Travel Guides 10:50 World’s Wildest Weather 11:45 Cold Case

5:30 Danoz Direct - H2O HD Steam Cleaner 6:00 Global Shop - Eurobed 6:30 Global Shop - Cop Cam 7:00 Motown Magic 7:30 Larry the Wonder Pup 8:00 Jay’s Jungle 8:30 Million Dollar Minute 9:30 NBC Today 12:00 My Greek Odyssey 1:00 The Surgery Ship 2:00 Million Dollar Minute 3:00 Harry’s Practice 3:30 RSPCA Animal Rescue 4:00 The Zoo 4:30 Room for Improvement 5:00 Surf Patrol 5:30 Escape to the Country 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Father Brown 8:30 A Touch of Frost 10:45 Air Crash Investigations 11:45 Surf Patrol

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9GEM - 52

5:30 The King of Queens 6:05 The Amazing Spiez 6:30 Cardfight!! Vanguard G 7:00 Cardfight!! Vanguard 8:00 Totally Wild 8:35 Cardfight!! Vanguard G 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 6:00 Celebrity Name Game 6:30 Neighbours 7:00 Friends 8:00 Seinfeld 9:00 Emmylou Loves 9:30 Two and a Half Men 10:30 Nancy Drew 11:30 The Late Late Show

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5:30 Today 9:00 Today Extra 11:30 Nine Morning News 12:00 Ellen 1:00 St. Vincent 3:00 Tipping Point 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 Good Will Hunting 11:00 Six Degrees of Separation

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5:30 The King of Queens 6:05 The Amazing Spiez 6:30 Cardfight!! Vanguard G: GIRS Crisis 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 - H20 Steam FX Pro 6:00 Global Shop Smoke-Less Grill 6:30 Global Shop - One Power Readers 7:00 Motown Magic 7:30 Larry the Wonder Pup 8:00 Jay’s Jungle 8:30 Million Dollar Minute 9:30 NBC Today 12:00 House of Wellness 1:00 Mr Selfridge 2:00 Million Dollar Minute 3:00 Harry’s Practice 4:00 The Zoo 4:30 Room for Improvement 5:00 Surf Patrol 5:30 Escape to the Country 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Pie in the Sky 8:30 Lewis 10:30 Air Crash Investigations 11:30 Surf Patrol 12:00 The Zoo

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 RPA 4:30 World’s Greatest Natural Wonders 5:30 Vet on the Hill 6:30 Antiques Roadshow 7:30 David Attenborough’s Life Story

7MATE - 63

5:30 Brand Developers Transforma Ladders 6:00 Brand Developers - Total Gym Fit 6:30 Brand Developers - Kool Grill 7:00 American Restoration 7:30 Creek to Coast 8:00 American Pickers 9:00 IRT: Deadliest Roads 10:00 A Football Life 11:00 America’s Game: The Super Bowl Champions 12:00 Ax Men 1:00 Family Guy 2:00 American Dad! 3:00 American Restoration 3:30 Shipping Wars 4:00 Pawn Stars 4:30 IRT: Deadliest Roads 5:30 American Pickers 6:30 Shipping Wars 7:00 Pawn Stars 7:30 Beach Cops 8:30 Car Crash TV 9:00 The Wild Bunch 12:00 American Restoration

SBS FOOD - 33

11:30 Dinner Date 12:30 The Hairy Bikers: Mums Know Best 1:30 Martha’s Cooking School 2:00 Nigella Bites 2:30 Essence of India 3:00 Spencer’s Big 30 3:30 Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook 4:00 Pati’s Mexican Table 4:30 The Hairy Bikers: Mums Know Best 5:30 Martha’s Cooking School 6:00 The Cook and the Chef 7:00 Nigella Express 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 - Kool Grill 6:30 Brand Developers - Instachill 7:00 American Restoration 7:30 Creek to Coast 8:00 American Pickers 9:00 IRT: Deadliest Roads 10:00 NFL This Week 11:00 The Grade Cricketer 11:30 Pawn Stars 12:00 Ax Men 1:00 S.W.A.T. 2:00 American Pickers 3:00 American Restoration 3:30 Shipping Wars 4:00 Pawn Stars 4:30 Car Crash TV 5:00 Grand Prix 8:30 Risky Business 10:45 Resident Evil: Extinction

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11:30 Dinner Date 12:30 The Hairy Bikers: Mums Know Best 1:30 Martha’s Cooking School 2:00 Nigella Express 2:30 Essence of India 3:00 Spencer’s Big 30 3:30 Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook 4:00 Pati’s Mexican Table 4:30 The Hairy Bikers: Mums Know Best 5:30 Martha’s Cooking School 6:00 The Cook and the Chef 7:00 Nigella Express 7:30 Made in Italy with Silvia Colloca 8:30 Bill’s Tasty Weekends 9:30 Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown 10:30 River Cottage Australia 11:30 The Cook and the Chef

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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 SBS Courtside 12:30 Live: NBA: Clippers v Bucks 3:00 ABC America: World News Tonight 3:30 PBS NewsHour 4:30 Front Up 5:00 Business of Life 5:30 Live: NBL: Melb Utd v 36ers 7:30 Speed with Guy Martin 8:30 The Family Fang 10:30 The Vicious Kind

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5:00 rage 10:00 rage: Guest Programmer 11:09 Grand Designs Australia 12:00 ABC News at Noon 12:30 QI 1:01 Endeavour 2:32 Father Brown 3:19 Grand Designs Australia 4:30 Landline Summer 5:00 A-League Wellington v Western Sydney 7:00 ABC News 7:32 Vera 9:03 Doc Martin 9:50 Midsomer Murders 11:21 Father Brown

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5:48 Children's Program 5:05 Play School Nursery Rhyme News Time 5:12 Olobob Top 5:17 Aliens Love Underpants and... 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 Prehistoric Adventures 7:07 Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 7:20 Hey Duggee 7:32 Spicks and Specks 8:00 Would I Lie To You? At Christmas 8:31 Live at the Apollo 9:18 Mock the Week 9:50 Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central 10:13 Comedy Up Late 10:46 Kevin Smith: Silent But Deadly

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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 France 24 English News 1:00 Speedweek 3:00 Destination Flavour China Bitesize 3:05 Coast New Zealand 4:00 Back in the Soviet Bloc 4:35 Running Wild With Bear Grylls 5:30 Apocalypse: The Second World War 6:30 SBS World News 7:30 The Greatest Air Race 8:35 Charles & Di: Truth Behind Their Wedding 9:55 Stacey Dooley: Countdown To Armageddon 10:50 Christians Like Us 11:55 Europe’s Last Warrior Kings

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5:30 Indonesian News 6:10 Hong Kong News 6:30 Chinese News 7:00 Russian News 7:30 Polish News 8:00 Maltese News 8:30 Macedonian News 9:00 Croatian News 9:30 Serbian News 10:00 Portuguese News 10:50 Urdu News 11:35 Hindi News 12:00 NBA: Clippers v Bucks 2:00 VICE World of Sports 2:30 Front Up 3:00 Live: NBL: Phoenix v Wildcats 5:00 Live: NBL: Sydney Kings v Cairns Taipans 7:00 Underground Worlds 7:50 Hoarders 8:45 Raging Bull 11:10 My Brother the Devil

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ABC COMEDY - 22

5:48 Children's Programs 5:12 Olobob Top 5:17 Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends 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 6:53 Andy’s Prehistoric Adventures 7:08 Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 7:20 Hey Duggee 7:32 Spicks and Specks 8:00 Would I Lie to You? 8:32 Live at the Apollo 9:18 Janeane Garofalo: If I May 10:22 Adam Hills: The Last Leg 11:04 QI 11:36 Would I Lie To You? At Christmas

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PRIME 7 - 6

5:30 Brand Developers - Perfect Fit Bed 6:00 Brand Developers - Total Gym Fit 6:30 Brand Developers - Instachill 7:00 Weekend Sunrise 10:00 The Morning Show - Weekend 12:00 2019 Australian Open Golf 5:00 Seven News 5:30 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line 6:00 Seven News 7:00 2019 NSW Schools Spectacular 10:30 2019 Victorian Schools Spectacular

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Children's Program The Legend of Korra Sailor Moon Crystal The New Adventures of Figaro Pho 4:03 Best Bugs Forever 4:18 Sadie Sparks 4:33 Spongo, Fuzz and Jalapena 4:45 The InBESTigators 5:02 So Awkward 5:31 Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir 5:53 Wishfart 6:06 Dragons: Race to the Edge 6:33 Teenage Boss 7:02 Deadly Pole to Pole 7:32 The Penguins of Madagascar 7:55 The Adventures of Puss in Boots 8:17 Thunderbirds Are Go 8:40 The Legend of Korra 9:03 Prisoner Zero 9:28 WAC: World Animal Championships

PRIME 7 - 6

5:30 Brand Developers - Instachill 6:00 Home Shopping 7:00 Weekend Sunrise 10:00 The Morning Show - Weekend 12:00 2019 Australian Open Golf 5:00 Seven News 5:30 Sydney Weekender 6:00 Seven News 7:00 Sunday Night 8:30 Love Actually 11:20 First Dates UK

ABC ME - 23

5:58 Children's Programs 4:15 Sadie Sparks 4:27 Good Game Spawn Point: Snack Size 4:32 Spongo, Fuzz and Jalapena 4:45 The InBESTigators 5:00 So Awkward 5:30 Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir 5:53 Wishfart 6:05 Dragons: Race to the Edge 6:28 What’s For Dinner? 6:37 Teenage Boss 7:05 Deadly Pole to Pole 7:35 The Penguins of Madagascar 7:58 The Adventures of Puss in Boots 8:20 Thunderbirds Are Go 8:43 The Legend of Korra 9:06 Prisoner Zero 9:31 WAC: World Animal Championships 9:56 rage

WIN - 8

5:30 Home Shopping 6:00 IFISH 6:30 Seafood Escape With Andrew Ettingshausen 7:00 RV Daily Foodie Trails 7:30 All 4 Adventure 8:30 Maxing Out 9:30 Studio 10: Saturday 12:00 Luxury Escapes 12:30 The Living Room 1:30 Healthy Homes Australia 2:00 Buy to Build 2:30 Maxing Out 3:30 What’s Up Down Under 4:00 Farm to Fork 4:30 Discover Japan: Kyushu with Liv Phyland 5:00 10 News First 6:00 Luxury Escapes 6:30 Jamie’s Quick & Easy Food 7:30 Ambulance Australia 8:45 Ambulance 10:00 999: What’s Your Emergency? 11:00 NCIS 12:00 Elementary

WIN BOLD - 81

5:00 Walker, Texas Ranger 6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 Hogan’s Heroes 8:30 The Doctors 9:30 Reel Action 10:00 Escape Fishing with ET 10:30 IFISH 11:30 Jake and the Fatman 12:30 Australia By Design: Interiors 1:00 David Attenborough’s Mountain Lions 2:00 Judge Judy 2:30 RV Daily Foodie Trails 3:00 The Offroad Adventure Show 4:00 Pat Callinan’s 4x4 Adventures 5:00 All 4 Adventure 6:00 Cops 6:30 Scorpion 7:30 NCIS: New Orleans 10:15 L.A.’s Finest 11:15 NCIS: Los Angeles

WIN - 8

6:00 Mass for You at Home 6:30 Hillsong 7:00 Leading the Way 7:30 Fishing Australia 8:00 Behind the Sash 9:00 Discover Japan: Kyushu with Liv Phyland 9:30 Studio 10: Sunday 12:00 The Offroad Adventure Show 1:00 All 4 Adventure 2:00 Pat Callinan’s 4x4 Adventures 3:00 Australia By Design: Interiors 3:30 RV Daily Foodie Trails 4:00 Seafood Escape With Andrew Ettingshausen 4:30 Farm to Fork 5:00 10 News First 6:00 Bondi Rescue 6:30 The Sunday Project 7:30 The Graham Norton Show 8:30 NCIS 10:30 FBI 11:30 The Sunday Project

WIN BOLD - 81

5:30 Hogan’s Heroes 6:00 Home Shopping 7:30 Key of David 8:00 Diagnosis Murder 10:00 Hogan’s Heroes 11:00 Fishing Edge 11:30 Escape Fishing with ET 12:00 Reel Action 12:30 Snap Happy 1:00 Healthy Homes Australia 1:30 Bondi Rescue 2:00 Monster Jam 2:30 AUS-X Open 3:30 Luxury Escapes 4:00 What’s Up Down Under 4:30 IFISH 5:30 Five Big Cats and a Camera 6:30 Bondi Rescue 7:30 NCIS 8:30 Law & Order: SVU 10:20 48 Hours 11:20 Bad Lads Army

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5:30 A Current Affair 6:00 Ellen 7:00 Weekend Today 10:00 Today Extra - Saturday 12:00 Destination Happiness 12:30 Cybershack 1:00 Giving Life 1:30 Our State on a Plate 2:00 Baby It’s Christmas 3:00 CMA Country Christmas 4:30 The Garden Gurus 5:00 Nine News: First at Five 5:30 Good Food Christmas 6:00 Nine News Saturday 7:00 Just Go with It 9:15 Big Daddy 11:05 The Brothers Bloom

WIN PEACH - 82

5:30 Home Shopping 6:05 The Amazing Spiez 6:30 Cardfight!! Vanguard G: GIRS Crisis 7:30 The Bureau of Magical Things 8:00 Random & Whacky 8:30 Totally Wild 9:05 The Loop 11:35 Charmed 1:30 Behind the Sash 2:30 Becker 3:00 The King of Queens 3:30 Rules of Engagement 4:30 Frasier 5:00 Celebrity Name Game 7:30 Kojak 8:30 Analyze This 10:35 Fresh Off the Boat 11:30 The Cleveland Show 12:00 The Loop

NINE - 5

5:30 Wesley Impact 6:00 Harry 7:00 Weekend Today 10:00 Sports Sunday 11:00 Cross Court 11:30 The Hold Down 12:00 Al McGlashan’s Fish’n With Mates 12:30 Global Roaming 1:30 Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day 3:30 Mountain: Life at the Extreme 4:30 Explore TV-Viking 5:00 Nine News: First at Five 5:30 Customs 6:00 Nine News Sunday 7:00 60 Minutes 8:00 Witness to Disaster 9:00 San Andreas 11:15 Manifest

WIN PEACH - 82

5:30 Frasier 6:05 The Amazing Spiez 6:30 Cardfight!! Vanguard G: GIRS Crisis 7:00 Cardfight!! Vanguard 8:00 Random & Whacky 8:35 Totally Spies 9:05 Malcolm in the Middle 10:00 Scope 10:30 The Amazing Spiez 11:00 The Brady Bunch 11:30 Charmed 1:30 Family Ties 2:30 Rules of Engagement 3:30 The King of Queens 4:00 Will & Grace 4:30 Becker 6:00 Frasier 7:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 8:00 Naked Beach 9:00 Two and a Half Men 10:00 Will & Grace 10:30 Buffy the Vampire Slayer

7TWO - 62

5:30 Danoz Direct Flavourstone 6:00 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 Adventure All Stars 3:15 Creek to Coast 3:45 Queensland Weekender 4:15 The Great Day Out 4:45 The Zoo 5:15 My $999 Wedding 6:30 Greatest Cities of the World 7:30 Secrets of Beautiful Gardens 8:30 Escape to the Country 11:30 Secrets of Beautiful Gardens

9GEM - 52

3:00 TV Shop - Home Shopping 6:00 New Style Direct 10:00 Vet on the Hill 11:00 Carry on Constable 12:45 Loser Takes All 2:35 Orders to Kill 4:50 Elephant Walk

7TWO - 62

5:30 Global Shop - Cop Cam 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 The Hall of Memory 12:30 AACTA Awards 2019 2:00 My Greek Odyssey 3:00 Vasili’s Garden 3:30 The Intolerant Cooks 4:00 Escape to the Country 7:00 Dog Patrol 7:30 Border Patrol 8:30 Gold Coast Medical 9:30 Kiwi 11:30 Dog Patrol 12:00 Room for Improvement

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 Danger Man 11:00 Go to Blazes 12:45 Great Getaways 1:45 Giving Life 2:15 Pacific Destiny 4:15 Red River 7:00 Fawlty Towers 9:00 Dad’s Army 11:05 Law & Order: SVU

7MATE - 63

3:00 NFL 6:00 Mark Berg’s Fishing Addiction 8:00 Brand Developers Transforma Ladders 8:30 Brand Developers - Perfect Fit Bed 9:00 American Restoration 10:00 The Grade Cricketer 10:30 WBBL: Semi Finals 1: Tba V Tba 2:00 WBBL: Semi Finals 2: Tba V Tba 5:30 Desert Collectors 6:30 The Armstrong Lie 9:05 Beast 11:10 Rabbit

SBS FOOD - 33

11:30 Dinner Date 12:30 Essence of India 1:00 The Travelling Chef 2:00 Saturday Kitchen 3:00 The Urban Vegetarian 4:00 The Cook and the Chef 5:00 Delia’s How to Cook 5:30 Jonathan Phang’s Gourmet Express 6:30 Sicily with Aldo and Enzo 7:30 Cheese Slices 8:30 Avec Eric 9:30 Amazing Wedding Cakes 10:30 Shane Delia’s Moorish Spice Journey 11:30 Jonathan Phang’s Gourmet Express

7MATE - 63

5:00 America’s Game: The Super Bowl Champions 6:00 Home Shopping 6:30 Harley Davidson TV 7:30 Home Shopping 9:30 The Grade Cricketer 10:00 Beyond The Boundary 11:00 STIHL Timbersports Series 11:30 My Fishing Place 12:00 The Fishing Show 1:00 American Restoration 2:00 WBBL: Final: Tba V Tba 5:30 American Restoration 6:00 Car Crash TV 7:00 Westworld 9:00 Upgrade 11:10 The Osiris Child

SBS FOOD - 33

11:30 Amazing Wedding Cakes 12:30 Essence of India 1:00 The Travelling Chef 2:00 Saturday Kitchen 3:00 Donna Hay: Basics To Brilliance Kids 4:00 Poh’s Kitchen 5:00 Loving Gluten Free 5:30 A Gondola on the Murray 6:30 Rick Stein’s Taste of the Sea 7:35 Ainsley Harriott’s Street Food 8:30 Luke Nguyen’s Railway Vietnam 9:30 Food Safari 10:30 Spirited Traveller 11:30 A Gondola on the Murray


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MONDAY 09 DECEMBER SBS ONE - 3

5:30 International 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 Al Jazeera News 2:00 Real Vikings 2:50 Celtic Woman: Ancient Land 4:20 Rome Unpacked 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 10:55 The World Game 11:30 M - The City Hunts a Murderer

SBS VICELAND - 31

5:30 International News 9:30 Serbian News 10:00 Dutch News 10:30 Tamil News 11:00 NHK Japanese News 11:35 Hindi News 12:00 Sloths Save The World 12:30 New Girl 1:00 SBS Courtside 1:30 Live: NBA: Timberwolves v Lakers 4:00 This Week with George Stephanopoulos 5:00 ABC America: World News Tonight 5:30 Live: NBL: Breakers v Bullets 7:30 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown 8:30 The X-Files 9:25 South Park 9:55 Final Space 10:20 Escorts 10:50 The New York Times Presents: The Weekly 11:15 Vikings

ABC - 2

5:00 Insiders 6:00 News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News Mornings 10:00 Gardening Australia 10:30 Back Roads 11:00 Antiques Roadshow 12:00 ABC News at Noon 1:00 Grand Designs: House of the Year 1:48 Howards End 3:01 The Cook and the Chef 3:31 Hard Quiz 4:01 Think Tank 5:09 Grand Designs Australia 6:00 The Drum 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:02 Australian Story 8:33 Silent No More 9:20 Media Watch 9:36 Q&A 10:43 ABC Late News 11:13 Love on the Spectrum

ABC COMEDY - 22

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

Children's Porgrams Waffle the Wonder Dog Play School Story Time Olobob Top Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends 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 Prehistoric Adventures 7:07 Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 7:20 Hey Duggee 7:32 Spicks and Specks 8:01 The Office 8:55 Upstart Crow 9:36 The Office 10:22 Peep Show 10:47 Red Dwarf 11:16 Plebs 11:40 30 Rock

TUESDAY 10 DECEMBER 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 Lucknow 2:10 Real Vikings 3:00 Who Do You Think You Are? 4:15 Rome Unpacked 5:25 Letters and Numbers 6:00 Mastermind Australia 6:30 SBS World News 7:30 Russia to Iran: Across The Wild Frontier 8:30 Capitalism: A Love Story 10:50 SBS World News Late 11:25 Asylum City

5:30 One Plus One 6:00 News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News Mornings 10:00 Gardening Australia 10:30 Back Roads 11:09 Grand Designs Australia 12:00 ABC News at Noon 1:00 Silent No More 1:46 Media Watch 2:02 Janet King 3:00 Poh’s Kitchen on the Road 3:30 Hard Quiz 4:01 Think Tank 5:09 Grand Designs Australia 6:00 The Drum 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:02 Dream Gardens 8:32 Love on the Spectrum 10:32 ABC Late News 11:02 Q&A

5:30 International 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: Taipans v Breakers 2:00 NBA: Timberwolves v Lakers 4:00 Lee Lin Chin’s Fashionista 4:10 PBS NewsHour 5:10 If You Are the One 6:10 New Girl 6:35 Megafactories 7:30 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown 8:30 The X-Files 9:25 The Bisexual 10:35 7 Days of Sex 11:30 The Feed Summer 2019 12:00 Queer as Folk

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

SBS VICELAND - 31

ABC COMEDY - 22

Children's Programs Waffle the Wonder Dog Play School Story Time Olobob Top Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends 5:31 Fireman Sam 5:45 Peppa Pig 5:52 Nella the Princess Knight 6:06 Floogals 6:20 Bluey 6:28 Luo Bao Bei 6:40 Dino Dana 6:52 Andy’s Prehistoric Adventures 7:07 Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom 7:20 Hey Duggee 7:32 Spicks and Specks 8:01 Adam Hills: The Last Leg 8:43 Plebs 9:15 The Office 10:00 Great News 10:43 Red Dwarf 11:13 Peep Show 11:38 The League of Gentlemen

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5:30 Sunrise 9:00 The Morning Show 11:30 Seven Morning News 12:00 Angels in the Snow 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 and Gardens Summer 7:30 ABBA Forever 8:30 We Bought a Zoo 11:05 Chicago Fire

ABC ME - 23

5:58 Children's Programs 4:15 Sadie Sparks 4:27 Stacked! 4:33 Spongo, Fuzz and Jalapena 4:45 The InBESTigators 5:00 So Awkward 5:30 Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir 5:53 Wishfart 6:05 Dragons: Race to the Edge 6:27 Secret Life of Boys: Farther Christmas 6:33 Operation Ouch! 7:02 Deadly Pole to Pole 7:31 Shaun the Sheep 7:40 The Penguins of Madagascar 8:03 The Adventures of Puss in Boots 8:26 Thunderbirds Are Go 8:48 The Legend of Korra 9:11 Prisoner Zero 9:35 WAC: World Animal Championships 10:00 rage

PRIME 7 - 6

5:30 Sunrise 9:00 The Morning Show 11:30 Seven Morning News 12:00 A Cinderella Christmas 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 and Gardens Summer 7:30 Highway Patrol 8:30 Vacation 10:35 Behave Yourself! 11:35 Trial and Error

ABC ME - 23

5:58 Children's Programs 4:15 Sadie Sparks 4:26 Stacked! 4:32 Spongo, Fuzz and Jalapena 4:45 The InBESTigators 5:01 So Awkward 5:30 Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir 5:52 Wishfart 6:05 Dragons: Race to the Edge 6:27 Secret Life of Boys: Farther Christmas 6:32 Operation Ouch! 7:02 Deadly Pole to Pole 7:31 Shaun the Sheep 7:40 The Penguins of Madagascar 8:03 The Adventures of Puss in Boots 8:25 Thunderbirds Are Go 8:47 The Legend of Korra 9:10 Prisoner Zero 9:35 WAC: World Animal Championships 10:00 rage

WIN - 8

4:30 CBS This Morning 6:00 Headline News 8:30 Studio 10 12:00 Dr. Phil 1:00 NCIS 2:00 Entertainment Tonight 2:30 Neighbours 3:00 Judge Judy 3:30 Everyday Gourmet 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 Jamie’s Quick & Easy Christmas 8:30 Em Rusciano: Rage and Rainbows 10:00 Kitty Flanagan: Hello Kitty 11:30 WIN’s All Australian News

WIN BOLD - 81

5:05 The Doctors 6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 Judge Judy 8:30 Hogan’s Heroes 9:00 IFISH 10:00 Cheers 11:00 Scorpion 12:00 MacGyver 1:00 WIN’s All Australian News 2:00 Jake and the Fatman 3:00 Diagnosis Murder 4:00 Star Trek: Enterprise 5:00 Star Trek: Voyager 6:00 Judge Judy 6:30 Bondi Rescue 7:30 NCIS 8:30 Law & Order: SVU 10:30 Underworld Histories

WIN - 8

4:30 CBS This Morning 6:00 Headline News 8:30 Studio 10 12:00 Dr. Phil 1:00 NCIS 2:00 Entertainment Tonight 2:30 Neighbours 3:00 Judge Judy 3:30 Everyday Gourmet 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 Ambulance Australia 8:30 One Born Every Minute Australia 9:30 NCIS 10:30 NCIS: Los Angeles 11:30 WIN’s All Australian News

WIN BOLD - 81

5:00 The Doctors 6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 Judge Judy 8:30 Hogan’s Heroes 9:00 Jake and the Fatman 10:00 Cheers 11:00 Scorpion 12:00 MacGyver 1:00 WIN’s All Australian News 2:00 Jake and the Fatman 3:00 Diagnosis Murder 4:00 Star Trek: Enterprise 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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5:30 Today 9:00 Today Extra 11:30 Nine Morning News 12:00 Ellen 1:00 Fear 3:00 Tipping Point 4:00 Nine Afternoon News 5:00 Millionaire Hot Seat 6:00 Nine News 7:00 A Current Affair 7:30 RBT 8:30 The Fix 10:30 World’s Wildest Flights 11:25 I Am Innocent

6:05 6:30 7:00 8:00 8:35

5:30 Home Shopping 7:00 Motown Magic 7:30 Larry the Wonder Pup 8:00 Jay’s Jungle 8:30 Million Dollar Minute 9:30 NBC Today 10:30 House Calls to the Rescue 12:00 Vasili’s Garden 12:30 The Intolerant Cooks 1:00 The Chase 2:00 Million Dollar Minute 3:00 Harry’s Practice 3:30 Mighty Planes 4:30 Room for Improvement 5:00 Surf Patrol 5:30 Escape to the Country 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Doc Martin 8:30 Inspector George Gently 10:30 Mean Mums 11:00 Suspects 12:00 The Surgery Ship

WIN PEACH - 82

The Amazing Spiez Cardfight!! Vanguard G Cardfight!! Vanguard Totally Wild Cardfight!! Vanguard: Legion Mate 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

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5:30 Today 9:00 Today Extra 11:30 Nine Morning News 12:00 Ellen 1:00 The Fix 3:00 Tipping Point 4:00 Nine Afternoon News 5:00 Millionaire Hot Seat 6:00 Nine News 7:00 A Current Affair 7:30 Young Sheldon 8:30 Little Fockers 10:30 Mom 11:25 Cold Case

6:05 6:30 7:00 8:00 8:35

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 9Honey Hacks 3:00 Antiques Roadshow 3:30 Fawlty Towers 5:30 Vet on the Hill 6:30 Antiques Roadshow 7:30 New Tricks 8:40 Midsomer Murders 10:40 Law & Order: SVU 11:40 Cold Case

5:30 Home Shopping 7:00 Motown Magic 7:30 Larry the Wonder Pup 8:00 Jay’s Jungle 8:30 Million Dollar Minute 9:30 NBC Today 12:00 Adventure All Stars 1:00 The Chase 2:00 Million Dollar Minute 3:00 Harry’s Practice 3:30 Mighty Planes 4:30 Room for Improvement 5:00 Surf Patrol 5:30 Escape to the Country 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Cold Case 8:30 Without a Trace 10:30 Mean Mums 11:00 Air Crash Investigations 12:00 Mighty Planes

The Amazing Spiez Cardfight!! Vanguard Gs Cardfight!! Vanguard Totally Wild Cardfight!! Vanguard: Legion Mate 9:00 The Barefoot Bandits 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

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 Midsomer Murders 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 Facing

7MATE - 63

5:00 NFL 11:30 Armchair Experts: NFL Edition 12:00 Ax Men 1:00 Car Crash TV 2:00 Fuel TV 3:00 American Restoration 3:30 Klondike Gold Fever 5:30 American Pickers 6:30 Shipping Wars 7:00 Pawn Stars 7:30 American Pickers 8:30 Aussie Pickers 9:30 Pawn Stars Australia 10:30 Picked Off 11:30 Picker Sisters 12:00 Creek to Coast

SBS FOOD - 33

11:30 Luke Nguyen’s Railway Vietnam 12:30 Food Safari 1:30 Spirited Traveller 2:00 Donna Hay - Fast, Fresh, Simple 2:30 United Plates of America 3:00 Spencer’s Big 30 3:30 Rachel Allen’s Coastal Cooking 4:00 Pati’s Mexican Table 4:30 Nigella Bites 5:30 Martha’s Cooking School 6:00 The Cook and the Chef 7:00 Nigella Express 7:30 My Greek Table With Diane Kochilas 8:30 Two Greedy Italians 9:35 Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown 10:35 The Cook and the Chef 11:35 Masterchef: The Professionals

7MATE - 63

5:00 America’s Game: The Super Bowl Champions 6:00 Home Shopping 7:00 American Restoration 7:30 Creek to Coast 8:00 Shipping Wars 8:30 Pawn Stars 9:00 American Pickers 10:00 A Football Life 11:00 America’s Game: The Super Bowl Champions 12:00 Ax Men 1:00 American Pickers 2:00 Fuel TV 3:00 American Restoration 3:30 American Pickers 4:30 Klondike Gold Fever 5:30 American Pickers 6:30 Shipping Wars 7:00 Pawn Stars 7:30 Full Custom Garage 8:30 Mega Truckers 9:00 Dark Sister 11:10 Hardcore Pawn 11:40 American Restoration

SBS FOOD - 33

11:30 Rachel Allen’s Coastal Cooking 12:00 Pati’s Mexican Table 12:30 My Greek Table With Diane Kochilas 1:30 Martha’s Cooking School 2:00 Donna Hay - Fast, Fresh, Simple 2:30 United Plates of America 3:00 Spencer’s Big 30 3:30 Rachel Allen’s Coastal Cooking 4:00 Pati’s Mexican Table 4:30 Rick Stein’s Food Heroes 5:30 Martha’s Cooking School 6:00 The Cook and the Chef 7:00 Nigella Express 7:30 The Hairy Bikers’ Food Tour of Britain 8:30 Rick Stein’s Food Heroes 9:35 Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown 10:35 The Cook and the Chef 11:35 Masterchef: The Professionals

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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. Every Thursday, 11am-1pm at The Greens on William – 29 William Street, Bathurst. For 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 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.

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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 12noon Fridays at the Bathurst Church of Christ. The group gives both parents and their children a chance to socialise and play together. For 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.. 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 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

Government will introduce an e-Tendering initiative to enable local tradies to procure school maintenance jobs in the region. Tradies in Bathurst, Lithgow, Oberon, Blayney and surrounds will have precedence when it comes to procurement for maintenance jobs at their local public schools, with the new online system allowing businesses to engage directly with the NSW Government on projects in the region. The online procurement process will ensure businesses in the Bathurst Electorate are better supported throughout the drought. This new approach to tendering for school maintenance projects will provide approximately 25,000 opportunities to quote for work across the State, with an estimated total value of $50 million. We know it’s not just our farmers doing it tough at the moment; the knock-on impact of the drought is felt throughout the whole community. As a Government, it is crucial

groups. Enquiries call Jen 0402 412 992 or 6331 3874. Lions Club of Bathurst Macquarie Inc meets at 6.30pm on the 2nd Monday of each month at the RSL Club and on the 4th Monday of each month at 8 Stanley Street, Bathurst. All welcome. Contact: Email - macquarielions@ gmail.com or Facebook@MacquarieLionsBathurst. 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 helps raise funds for the local community. New members always welcome. Contact Judy 6334 3961 or Catherine 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. Monday morning at 9.30am and Wednesday 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 meets monthly in the Heritage Building of Bathurst Hospital on the 3rd Tuesday at 5pm for 5:30pm start. We 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, between 10am and 2pm. Anyone interested in these crafts are made very welcome. For more information contact Dianne Barnes 0407224154, email: barnesatix@gmail.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 at Bathurst Panthers Club on the 1st Wednesday of each month (excluding January) commencing 10am. The club is for active retirees, no longer working fulltime, is looking for friendship, fellowship & fun. For more information contact Michael O’Neill 63322064 or email mjoneill31@yahoo.commonth. 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. Bathurst Family History Group Inc Mondays and Thursdays 10am - 1pm at centre, Tuesdays 2 - 4pm at centre and Bathurst Library, Tuesdays 7pm - 9pm at centre, Thursdays 10am - 1 pm at centre. Centre is at rear of Seniors Centre, 176 Russell Street, Bathurst. For further information contact 0479041058 or 0407224154 Bathurst U3A for over 50s informal learning, friendship, fun, laughter at many various activities to keep you mentally and physically fit as well as socially active. Contact: Sally Fulton 6331 5760 or web site bathurstu3a.com. 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. 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. Contact Hellen Cassidy 0499 983 994 for sewing or Nelma Brooks 0431 829 709 for knitting). 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

investment to more than $1.3 billion we continue to prioritise the employment of over five years. local businesses where we can. It will be the first time in the state’s history This well-timed initiative is part of the Government’s continued commitment to that the school maintenance backlog will stimulating local economies during this be wiped to zero. unprecedented Local tradies like Roy Wotton (right) will have e-tendering priority drought. for school maintenance projects. We need to give local businesses every opportunity to keep money local and the economy ticking over. The 2019-20 NSW Budget provides more than $620 million to clear the school maintenance backlog in all public schools by July 2020, bringing the total maintenance

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I’d like to encourage organisations in the Bathurst Electorate to apply for funding to support local community projects under the NSW Government’s Infrastructure Grants program. Infrastructure Grants can fund construction, alteration, renovation, completion and fit-out of buildings and community infrastructure. Applications for the second round of funding for 2019/20 are open until Monday 16 December. To find out more information or to apply, please visit responsiblegambling.nsw.gov.au

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