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Coalition takes stick to renewables and ACT By John Mitchell Federal and State Coalition members have vowed to fight an ACT Government decision to boost investment in renewable energy projects. Surrounding local government leaders, however, have been more nuanced in their responses. Federal Member for Hume Angus Taylor said the ACT’s announcement that it would achieve 90% of its 2020 emissions target through renewable projects was green policy gone mad. “The first casualties will be Canberra businesses and Canberra homes. I challenge Simon Corbell [ACT Minister for the Environment] to admit that wholesale electricity prices will triple under his plan. And this doesn’t include extra charges

the NSW Government will be applying for taking baseload power out of the NSW system when the wind doesn’t blow,” Mr Taylor said. State Member for Monaro John Barilaro challenged his colleague, the NSW Parliamentary Secretary for Renewable Energy Rob Stokes, over his support for the ACT Government's announcement. "I'm sick and tired of NSW being ACT's junkyard," Mr Barilaro said. "The ACT's policies come at the expense of NSW landowners. It's simply not acceptable. Regional and rural communities are strongly opposed to wind farms. Without broad community support for these developments they should never be approved."

State Member for Burrinjuck Katrina Hodgkinson said she had been strongly opposed to inappropriately sited wind farms in this region for more than a decade. “Now the ACT Government is trying to override local community concerns,” she said. State Member for Goulburn

“..the decision by various Coalition MPs and local councils to fight the decision of the ACT Govt.. indicates an ignorance of climate science.”

Pru Goward opposes wind farms, but is leaving the door open for other renewables. “The ACT is welcome to look at solar and bio energy schemes but wind farms are a different matter. [But] our communities won’t be pushed around and made to bear the cost of the ACT Government’s expensive bid for green votes,” Pru Goward said. Yass Valley Mayor Rowena Abbey said: “Right across southern NSW.. communities are really angry about these projects. It would do the ACT Government well to recognise the level of angst,” she said. Goulburn Mayor Geoff Kettle said the ACT Government can go down this track, but it shouldn't be at the expense of

surrounding communities. “I encourage Canberra families and businesses wanting to take advantage of lower living and energy costs to consider a move to Goulburn Mulwaree. You will be welcomed with open arms.” Palerang Mayor Pete Harrison said that his Council had adopted an interim policy some years ago that wind farms are more appropriate in remote locations away from houses and especially rural residential developments. "It’s probably no surprise that landholders who receive financial benefit from these projects have a different view than those who don’t. Schemes that involve a direct, ongoing financial benefit to local residents seem to have yielded more generally positive results elsewhere, but we are

yet to see any such proposal locally. Either way, the impact on local residents should be a primary consideration in siting any such facility." Climate Action Monaro president Jenny Goldie said the decision by various Coalition MPs and local councils to fight the decision of the ACT Government that is aiming for 90 per cent renewables by 2020 indicates an ignorance of climate science. “What we are hearing from our scientists is that we are on track for four degrees warming or worse and that we must shift rapidly from a high carbon too a low carbon economy. This means not only behavioural change, such as travelling less and eating locally, it means shifting electricity generation to P2




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Public prospectus for cabinet

Master Craftsman Geoffrey Hannah, explaining his cabinet to members of the Historic Furniture Association Coalition takes stick to renewables F1 wind and solar and away from coal, particularly brown coal (lignite) from the Latrobe Valley, as quickly as we can. ACT Minister Simon Corbell has shown great courage and foresight in having such an ambitious target, and should he succeed, the ACT will be a model for the rest of the world. “Climate Action Monaro applauds the wind farm at Boco Rock near Nimmitabel and the solar farm at Royalla. Wind turbines are aesthetically pleasing, do not cause health problems and are a proven

technology. Solar energy is plummeting in price and will soon have parity with coal, thus extra costs to the consumer of adding solar to the mix will be temporary to cover construction costs, and not ongoing. "Climate Action Monaro calls on the politicians and Councils concerned to get themselves informed on climate change by reading any number of recent reports, such as that from the CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology. Business-as-usual is not an option if we are to avoid dangerous climate change," Jenny Goldie said.

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Press Release Master Craftsman Geoffrey Hannah, designer and maker of the Hannah Cabinet currently on display in the Wood Works Gallery, was in Bungendore recently for the launch of a Draft Prospectus aimed at preparing the way for purchase and permanent placement of the cabinet. Geoff presided over four functions, one of which comprised 30 members of the Melbourne Chapter of the Historic Furniture Association of Australia. Another was a special viewing for people from various branches of the

Federal Government at which he demonstrated in his inimitable and genuine Australian style, the visual and palpable delights of the 140 drawers and 18 doors of the cabinet that is made from 34 different timbers, predominantly from Australia, but also from Papua New Guinea, Brazil, the UK and other countries around the world. The Cabinet has been in residence at the Gallery for nearly 12 months and Gallery staff have pursued a number of possible purchase paths for the it. The prospectus is aimed to inform possible purchasers of the merits of the Cabinet and the project for eventual purchase and placement. Gallery staff and everybody who views it, makes the comment to that they feel that this unique piece of Australian Craftsmanship needs to be kept in Australia and on public display in perpetuity, for the enjoyment of the Australian public and the many visitors to this region. The prospectus outlines full details of the history and construction of the cabinet, the project objectives, information on key personnel involved, ownership and placement suggestions and suggested funding strategies, including public donation and possible crowd sourcing- a product of the dynamic power of the social media revolution sweeping the world. It includes letters of recommendation from dignitaries and organisations in addition to press and media articles in which the public supports the idea of the Cabinet residing here in the Canberra ACT Region. Copies of the prospectus are available at the Gallery on personal request.


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Rotary backs �A High for B'dore'

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Captains Flat Public School Principals Peter Cox and Hannah Lowman, and past Principal Howard Mackinder, dedicated a memorial garden to Moya O'Connell last Saturday. A large gathering of Moya's family and friends attended the dedication.The rose garden, with mosaic birdbath centerpiece and memorial plaques, is located outside the classroom in which Moya taught for over 20 years.

BUNGENDORE POLICE REPORT ELMSLEA BREAK-INS During the night of Saturday 29 March two houses were broken into in the Elmslea area. Small electrical items were stolen from one house. Forensic Police are attending to search for fingerprints and DNA. No one was home at either house at the time and it’s not unusual for offenders to knock on doors to check to see if anyone is home prior to breaking in. If anyone has had people knocking on their doors for no apparent reason ,or seen anything suspicious on Saturday night, can they contact Bungendore Police Station on 6238 1244. CRASHED AND ELOPED Police are appealing for public assistance after a police pursuit

at Bywong. Just before 6.30pm Saturday the 29 March officers attached to Goulburn Traffic and Highway Patrol Command attempted to stop a Honda Sedan travelling south on the Federal Highway atYarra. When the car failed to stop, police pursued the car along the highway to the Macs Reef Road intersection at Bywong, where road spikes were deployed. The car, driven by a man who was the sole occupant, crossed the oncoming lane and left the road, hitting a tree. The man fled the scene and was last seen running across a number of rural properties in the area. His car caught fire and was destroyed. Officers attached to Goulburn and Monaro Local C3

Press Release The 'A High for Bungendore' committee is excited by our first donation towards the high school for Bungendore campaign. Bungendore Rotary Club has voted to donate $500 to kick start the vision. Chairman Peter Evans said “this is the first step to a high school for Bungendore. It is fantastic that Rotary has come on board and donated $500 so we can register our association and undertake some of the administrative tasks to get started. It’s also great to see a community organisation backing our vision. Rotary recognises the tremendous long term benefit a high school will have to the community and the positive effect it will have on Bungendore’s kids. “Already the committee has undertaken discussions with education services providers and have received some very positive support. We will shortly launch our new web page to complement our Facebook listing so we can start to more broadly interact with the community. We are currently formulating a community survey to start the process of data gathering and this will P6 Bungendore Rotary president Peter Bascombe handing the cheque to Peter Evans be sent out around the C2 Area Commands and ACT Police together with the Dog Unit, commenced a search; but were unable to locate him. As investigations continue, police are appealing for anyone with information on the incident to contact them via Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. ROSSI HOUSE FIRE On 28 March Police and Fire units from Bungendore, Hoskinstown and Queanbeyan attended a house fire in Rossi Road Rossi. Observant neighbours noticed smoke coming from the house around midday and contacted authorities. Upon

arriving, the fire brigade found the house well engulfed in flames and despite their best efforts the house could not be saved and over $400,000 damage was done. The owner of the house was away at the time and luckily nobody was injured. Police are continuing to investigate the cause of the fire. COLLIDED WITH TREE About 11.30am on 27 March a green Ford Falcon collided with a tree on Shingle Hill Way Bywong. The driver of the vehicle was trapped in the car for some time following the accident. Fire Rescue needed the jaws of C5

C4 life to remove the driver who was taken to Canberra Hospital suffering head injuries. The accident occurred on a bend about 300 metres from the Federal Highway intersection. Police are continuing the investigation and are seeking witnesses. If you saw anything, give Bungendore Police a call. DRIVING LIKE LUNATICS The Highway Patrol have stopped a few people in recent days driving like lunatics on the Kings Highway. A 20 year old female from Sutton was stopped doing 167kph in a 100kph zone while a 20 year old Bathurst man was

stopped doing 149kph. Both were issued with on the spot fines of $2197 and had their licences suspended. Drivers need to be aware that even though the weather is cooling down, the Highway Patrol are still out on the Kings Highway looking for speeding drivers. MEN'S WATCH FOUND To finish off a busy week, we’ve had a men’s watch handed in at Bungendore Police Station. It was found on the Mick Sherd Oval on 27 March. If you’ve lost your watch and you can describe it, come and claim it. By Sgt Scott Tozer


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Reliable small engine repairer By John Mitchell Every small engine equipment owner knows how hard it is to find a reliable repairer and for years Bungendore and district owners have travelled to Queanbeyan to benefit from the experience of small engine technician Greg Welch. They no longer have to travel because Greg has set himself up in business at the

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Caltex Garage at 44 Malbon Street, trading as Bungendore Chainsaws, Mowers & Hire. He is repairing, servicing and hiring out small engine equipment, including chainsaws and mowers. His main experience is in chainsaws having used and maintained many saws in his former life as a logger and he has attained a service technician qualification through STIHL Chainsaws. Greg is also running the Australia Post mail contract for the Bungendore Village from the workshop and the delivery team are enjoying having well maintained postie bikes. Sometimes the mail contract takes him away from the workshop, but he is never far away and a call on 0459 983 444 will bring him running.

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Public transport works for you? Press Release Judith Turley from FuturePLANS says that recent interest from the state government and local transport operators means there is a new light on the horizon. “Public transport already does work for some people in Bungendore. You’ll know that if you catch the bus to school each day or use the Local Link bus on Thursday to get a pick up from home and go into Queanbeyan for shopping. “But did you know that all school buses are also public services? Or that Q-city transit is considering an extra service to link to the express Quean-

beyan to Canberra service at peak hour, and return at the end of the day. Or that anyone can book onto Local Link, a good option for parents at home with young kids?” “A day commute to a midday meeting in Sydney is also very possible by train and allows some good working time there and back.” “Unless you have no other options and do the research, you probably don’t know what is available to you.” FuturePLANS ( is part of a new Bungendore Public Transport Working Group, made up of Q-city Transit (buses), NSW Government’s Transport Coordinator, Medicare Local, Community Transport, Palerang Council and Bungendore Taxis. The group will aim to promote existing local services

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in need of transport to medical services. “Our key demographics at the moment are young people without cars needing to get to social, work and sporting engagements, especially on weekends, and older people needing to travel for shopping, social and medical reasons” said Judith. “But we would also like to achieve some better commuting options to and from Canberra that allow people to capture some lost time relaxing on a bus with ticket prices that are competitive with petrol and parking costs of commuting.” FuturePLANS and other group members will be running an info stall at the Bungendore Family Fun Day on Sunday 6 April. Come and talk to us there, or check out our website at


Captains Flat School Years 3/4/5/6 recently visited the Bungendore School and viewed artefacts from Australia’s past in the travelling exhibition ‘Far Out’ curated by the State Library of NSW Monday 7 April Wonderful Women of Wamboin 10.00am at St Andrew’s Church, cnr Poppet and Norton Roads, Wamboin. Contact 0416 097 500

Wednesday 9 April Tarago CWA 10.00 monthly meeting at the CWA Rooms, Braidwood Road.

Monday 7 April Bungendore Evening VIEW Club 6.00pm for 6.30pm at the Royal Hotel, 34 Gibraltar Street, Bungendore.

Wednesday 9 April Bungendore Bridge Club 7.00pm at the Bungendore Community Centre, Majara St, Bungendore. Contact 6236 9136

Tuesday 8 April Bungendore Rotary Club 6.30 for 7.00pm at the CWA Rooms, Gibraltar Street, Bungendore. Contact 6238 1925

Monday 14 April Bungendore CWA 9.30 for 10.00 Monthly meeting at the CWA Rooms, Gibraltar St, B'dore. Contact 6238 1679

Tuesday 8 April Bungendore Senior Citizens 10.00am at the Bungendore Community Centre, Majara St, Bungendore. Contact 6238 1965

Tuesday 15 April Bungendore CWA 10.00am Mahjong at the CWA Rooms, Gibraltar Street, B'dore. Contact 6238 1679

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Tarago CWA members Pam Hawke and Anne Kingston celebrated their birthdays at the group’s March meeting Saturday 5 April Captains Flat Markets 10.00am at the Captains Flat Community Hall, Foxlow Street, Captains Flat. Contact 6236 6070

Saturday 19 April Wamboin Produce Markets 9.00am at the Community Hall, Bingley Way, Wamboin. Contact 6238 3258

Sunday 6 April Carwoola Car Boot Sale 9am to 12noon at the Stoney Creek Community Hall. Stall bookings essential (6238 2352)

Sunday 20 April the market@bungendore 9.00am at the Memorial Hall, Molonglo Street, Bungendore. Contact 6238 3591

Sunday 6 April Tarago CWA Book Fair & Fete 9am to 5pm at the Tarago Hall. Gold coin entry

Sunday 20 April Windellama Markets From 9.00am to 1.00pm at the Windellama Hall. Contact 4844 5001

Sunday 6 April Bungendore Community Fun Day 10am to 3pm on the Mick Sherd Oval, Bungendore. Free admission

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REPORT FROM TARAGO CWA BRANCH THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS We were saddened by the passing of Ruth’s husband, Rod Corrigan, who was very much a part of the CWA, regularly joining us for lunch after the meetings. He and Norm (Phillips) would entertain us with their stories. Ruth is our current secretary and has served in key positions over the years, bringing to us her knowledge, talents and wit. We now support our dear friend in her loss. Our thoughts and prayers are also with Virginia’s grandson, Noah Berrisford (8 years old) and his family while he undergoes intensive treatment for Burkitts Lymphoma in Westmead Children’s Hospital. Some Goulburn businesses are already running fundraisers to assist the family now and Virginia will let us know how

we can help when Noah comes home. MARCH MEETING Our March meeting was well attended, including our far flung Canberrans, whom we are always glad to see. A very warm welcome to our newest member Mrs Maryanne Brooke and we hope you enjoy being part of our Tarago branch. Agriculture and Environment Officer Faye Webb handed out an interesting booklet on garlic so watch this space for snippets. TARAGO SHOW Congratulations to Teresa and her committee on the successful running of the pavilion and to all members and friends who worked so hard setting up and cleaning up, designing and installing the display, stewarding and catering. Well done Vicki for once again scooping the pool!

LAND COOKERY COMPETITION The Land Cookery competition in conjunction with the Group Handicraft competition was held at Crookwell. In the cookery Clarice Beileiter won 1st with her fruit cake and Teresa Hunter won 1st for her gluten free slice. Vicki McMahon won 3rd for cucumber pickles and Jo Cormie won 3rd for beetroot relish. Clarice and Teresa will be cooking again for the State finals at the conference in May. Well done ladies and the best of luck for the finals. In the handicraft our branch free embroidery project won first and will now go into the State finals. Congratulations to Pam, Jo, Clarice and Jackie Crace. BOOK FAIR & FETE Our major fundraiser of the year, The Book Fair & Fete will be held on on Sunday 6 April




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AGENDA FOR NEXT MEETING The main agenda items for the ordinary meeting of Palerang Council to be held at Bungendore on Thursday 3 April, starting at 5.00pm. Members of the public are encouraged to attend. They are entitled to ask questions and make statements, either of a general nature or about specific items. Business papers are available from the Council’s Bungendore and Braidwood offices from the Friday prior to the meeting. Copies are also available on the Council’s website at www.palerang. under ‘Your Council’. PUBLIC QUESTIONS Opportunity for members of the public to ask questions and make statements MAYORAL REPORT Mayor Pete Harrison’s report on his activities since the last Council meeting BUNGENDORE PARK TREES Consideration of a motion that Council rescind its previous motion on the removal and replacement of trees in Bungendore Park and instead commence a staged replacement and removal program WASTE DRINK CONTAINERS Consideration of a motion that

Council commit itself to broad container deposit legislation, look at the feasibility of installing drinking water facilities and consider providing ‘street level’ recycling bins. CORRUPTION PREVENTION Consideration of a motion that Council develop a corruption plan for senior staff and planning staff including registers of gifts, meetings and interests and present the results to councillors BUNGENDORE SUPERMARKET Consideration of a development application for the demolition of existing structures and construction of a new supermarket at 34-40 Malbon Street, Bungendore TWO LOT SUBDIVISION Consideration of a development application for a two lot subdivision at 11 McCusker Drive, Bungendore TOURISM MAGAZINE Consideration of a $5000 contribution to a Queanbeyan City Council tourism magazine VIC SUPPORT Consideration of a request for a letter of support for a Visitor Information Centre at the Capital Holiday Park at Sutton STAFF CONSULTATIVE C’TEE Consideration of amendments to the constitution of the Staff Consultative Committee STATEMENT OF INVESTMENTS Consideration of a statement of Council’s investments at 25 March 2014 DEVELOPMENT CONSENTS Consideration of legal advice on development consents, in C3

REPRESENTATIVES CONTACTS FEDERAL MEMBERS Eden-Monaro Electorate Hon Peter Hendy T 6284 3977/ E peter.hendy. POB 214, Queanbeyan 2620 Hume Electorate Hon Angus Taylor T 4822 2277 or 1300 301 826/ E POB PO Box 700, Goulburn 2580 STATE MEMBER Monaro Electorate Hon John Barilaro T 6299 4899/ E Monaro@parliament. PALERANG COUNCILLORS Cr Pete Harrison (Mayor) T 6238 3640/ M 0427 711 028/ E Cr Belinda Hogarth-Boyd (Deputy) “Leanne Ezzy.. gave lessons out of the kindness of her heart, T 0427 365 026/ E belinda. and presented the children in the ‘Captains Flat Swim Team’ with T-shirts and certificates.” Cr Paul Cockram T 4842 8062/ M 0417 459 775 C2 closed session COUNCIL PROPERTY ASSETS Consideration of action on Council Property Assets L0025 and L0014, in closed session

ROYALLA COMMON C’TEE Consideration of the Royalla Common s 355 Committee’s request for a donation, in closed session

Rotary backs 'A High for B'dore' F3 community in the coming months. The survey will allow us to start putting real figures together and to analyse the numbers as well what people want from a high school and what it will offer. Let’s keep our kids local. “The A High School for Bungendore also needs more donations to keep the ball rolling and we encourages other organ-

isations and business to get on board. It won’t happen by itself and everyone needs to play their part. If parents want to avoid having their children spending hours travelling each day when they reach high school age, now is the time to get involved, “If you want to know more go to our Facebook page 'A High School for Bungendore' or email us at highschoolforbungendore@,” Peter Evans said.

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DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL ADVERTISED LOCAL DEVELOPMENT Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 Address: 166 Old Gold Mines Road SUTTON Land Description: Lot 1 DP 701533 Applicant: K K Holas Consent Authority: Palerang Council Development Proposal: Dual Occupancy. Modification includes changes to layout of dwellings and addition of Swimming Pool. Application Number: Notification Period:

D102/97 & MOD.2014.025 2 April 2014 – 15 April 2014

Council has received a modification application for a development proposal on the subject land. The proposed development is Advertised Development under the Palerang Development Control Plan – Advertising and Notifying Development Applications. Inspection The development application and the documents accompanying the application may be inspected at Palerang Council’s Bungendore/Braidwood office during the notification period, during ordinary office hours. Submissions Any person may make a written submission in relation to the development application to Palerang Council during the notification period. If a submission is an objection to the proposal, the grounds of the objection must be stated in the submission. Please note that all submissions are publicly available, may be included in Council reports, published on Council’s website or discussed at meetings. Council will not suppress the identity of submitters. All

Office/ Postal addresses 10 Majara Street, Bungendore 2621 144 Wallace Street, Braidwood 2622 PO Box 348, Bungendore 2621

submissions must include a ‘Political Donations and Gifts Disclosure Statement’ as required under s. 147(5) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979. Please contact Council to request a copy of the disclosure statement by mail, collect in person at Palerang Council offices or download off Council’s website. Peter Bascomb GENERAL MANAGER

DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS The following development applications have been received by Palerang Council from 24 to 28 March 2014

Application No. Description Received Property Address DA.2014.058

Demolish Part of Shed and Re-clad Exposed Wall 25/03/2014 14 Malbon Street/ BUNGENDORE DA.2014.059 Signage 25/03/2014 19 Araluen Road BRAIDWOOD DA.2014.060 Shed 26/03/2014 31 Clare Valley Place WAMBOIN DA.2014.061 Extension to Existing Dwelling 27/03/2014 67 Galvins Creek Road/ ROSSI DA.2014.062 Alterations & Additions to Existing Dwelling 28/03/2014 371 Macs Reef Road/ BYWONG DA.2014.063 Dwelling, Garage, Swimming Pool & Shed 28/03/2014 79 The Mountain Road/ BUNGENDORE


Council’s ordinary meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month, except January, and start at 5.00 pm. They are generally held in the Council Chambers at Bungendore (10 Majara Street) but are also held from time to time in Braidwood (Park Lane), and other venues. The business papers for these meetings are available on Council’s website on the Friday afternoon prior to the meeting. Extraordinary meetings are also held as required. Members of the public are invited to attend Council’s meetings.

(no reception at home)/ E paul. Cr Keith France T 0427 365 715/ E keith.france@palerang.nsw. Cr Richard Graham T 6238 0565 (Mon-Fri)/ E richard.graham@ Cr Trevor Hicks T 0427 449 659/ E trevor. Cr Peter Marshall T 6236 6011/ F 6236 6059/ E peter.marshall@ Cr Garth Morrison T 0411 631 028/ E garth.morrison@palerang. Cr Mark Schweikert T 0427 150 756/ E mark.schweikert@


Active, inactive objectives As if there isn’t enough double-speak doing the rounds in the R5/E4 debate, we now have the latest mind bender in trying to understand 'active' mandatory objectives versus “inactive objectives” of E4. Shades of the old core promises versus non-core promises. The Council recently advised that "while the E4 zone is an environmental [protection] zone by name, it is a residential zone by nature" and the only 'active' mandatory objective of the E4 zone is “To ensure that residential development does not have an adverse effect on [local] values."

According to the PLEP, there are seven objectives attributed to E4, but apparently, and without any notice to residents, the Planning Department or Council, only one is now 'active.' How did the other six objectives morph from 'active' to 'inactive,' and by whose authority? A bloodhound on steroids couldn’t follow the twists and turns of this debate. In fact, the poor hound would have been dead from exhaustion long ago. Deanne Mitchell Summerhill Road, Bywong

Pro R5 not pro development The Palerang Council and its E4 supporters have not been truthful with the residents of the Palerang Shire over their proposal to rezone the Rural Residential zones to Environmental Protection zone E4. They were not truthful when they stated that E4 was the only option available, they were not truthful when they stated that E4 was the closest available option to Rural Residential, they were not truthful when they stated that R5 had to be adjacent to a village and therefore could not be used anywhere else in the LGA, they were not truthful when they stated that there will be no change and now they are not truthful when they say that the R5 supporters are a pro development group.   The assertions by the pro E4 group that the supporters of R5 are a prodevelopment group and their subsequent rantings on the subject are an example of “democracy by fear and decibels and hysterical speculation in the press” of which they have accused the pro R5 supporters. It appears that it OK for them to misrepresent the facts in the press but it is not OK for their opponent to make their

views known in the press and at meetings. I don't how where this assertion that the R5 supporters are pro development comes from, but as far as I am aware it was not raised at any of the meetings that I attended. The objectives for both the E4 and R5 zones are similar where it refers to development and in addition Council can control development by the lot size mechanisms. This assertion that the R5 supporters are a pro-development group is a furphy and another example of the misinformation being peddled by the E4 proponents. The whole argument boils down to this simple fact; the primary purpose of E4 is an environmental protection zone that accommodates low impact residential development whereas the purpose of R5 is to provide residential housing in a rural setting. That is what we have now and that is what we want to retain. Robert Knight The Forest Road, Bywong



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Swimmers thank Leanne

Thanks to Scotty's helpers

As you can understand, our pool is one of the only recreational facilities we have in Captains Flat, so it is very important for the physical and social wellbeing of our children, and specially those learning to swim. Before the swimming season started we came very close to losing our pool but fortunately our councillors voted to keep it open. After the worry of that, our community had a busy and very enjoyable pool season. Leanne

On Sunday16 March, Scotty, my beautiful six year old TB, spooked when having his rug taken off and bolted through our double front fence onto Norton Road. We were at the coast at the time and received a call from my very distressed daughter who was looking after Scotty to say that he had gone through the fence and she didn’t know where he was. We then received another call some 20 minutes later to say he had come home and was back in a paddock, much to my great relief. We have been finding additional information about where he got to in that time and, it’s frightening to think of what did happen, and what could have happened, without the help from unknown people in the area. Today, 23 March, I discovered that Scotty travelled to Merino Vale Drive (from home at 726 Norton Road) and unfortunately spooked three horses belonging to Karen Sutcliffe who happened to be leading them along Merino Vale. Karen’s horses also then bolted following a still out-of-control Scotty to the end of the street where Scotty turned around but two of Karen’s horses jumped a fence into another property, then jumped back out again. Luckily, it seems Karen’s horses will be OK despite some cuts and bruises. I wish to publicly thank Karen for

Ezzy, the Palerang Council appointed Life Guard, gave lessons and out of the kindness of her heart, and presented the children in the 'Captains Flat Swim Team' with T-Shirts and Certificates. We are very grateful to her for her time and energy, and the great job she did. You can see for yourself from the attached photo how happy and proud the children were of themselves. Shirley Hogan Mulga Street, Captains Flat

A rare rose for the Mirror Some folks will have detected that I write the occasional, some might say odd, letter to this paper. I think that it is fair to say that the Mirror's editor, John Mitchell, and I do not have the same world view. Notwithstanding that, our differences have never intruded on what has grown into a good friendship over my years of correspondence, and that is as it should be. John has always published my letters without fear or favour and, to the best of my knowledge, he has never altered, amended, changed, or otherwise

edited my letters. On just two occasions he has telephoned me and asked: ”Do you really want to say that?” And, on reflection, I have agreed with him and asked him not to publish those letters. John takes his job and his responsibilities seriously and is pretty relentless in pursuing local issues, particularly as they relate to our Council. I don’t always agree with him but nevertheless he makes us think and that can only be a good thing. I think that we are darned lucky to have him.  Kerry Bos Williamsdale Road, Burra

“..Rick Beviss, in support of the Weereewa Festival, the Bungendore community and its musicians and Bungendore businesses, decided to proceed with the event as a private concert, welcoming all-comers.”

Rick Beviss saves the day

Bungendore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) were asked by the Weereewa Festival to sponsor and organise a local musical event on Sunday16 March. The aim was to showcase local talent and attract Weereewa’s national and international visitors to Bungendore’s central business area. BCCI approached Rick Beviss, landowner of the 'bandstand' at 31 Ellendon Street, The removal of the mezzanine and urbanesque supermarket and Danny Velnaar, musical level from the proposed superfrom the street. An evergreen whiz and entrepreneur. Rick market at 34-40 Malbon Street, hedge around the other boundar- approved the use of the propreduces the overall floor space ies would likewise reduce the erty and confirmed its public and consequently, the number noise impact on neighbours. liability insurance, while Danny of car park spaces needed for None of these suggestions are spent two months planning, the development, to 84. The onerous and many are standard negotiating and organising six developer has proposed 119 inclusions in supermarket devel- artists and bands. which is 35 more than council opments elsewhere. They are Rick's bandstand had been requires.  inexpensive and we believe will purpose-built for the WeerA better use of the 35 car deliver more to the bottom line eewa Festival in 2010, and parks would be to allow more for the developer, long term. endorsed for use by Palerang open space around the two We trust the developer will Council’s Town Planner who cottages at 36 and 40 Malbon honor his commitment to work also attended the inaugural Street rather than the two with the community and develop event. The bandstand has metres proposed.  This would a supermarket that takes into also been used for succesmake the cottages more account some of what the sive Christmas festivals, with commercially viable and soften community are after, rather than the most recent conducted in the visual effect of the car park. a developer taking the easy December 2013. An evergreen hedge in front of way out and dishing up the bare Accordingly, BCCI lodged the car park facing onto Malbon minimum to the community. a Statement of Intent (in Street would also reduce the Greg Roberts February) to advise Council visual impact of a stark car park Bungendore Residents Group of the Weereewa event. This application was not answered, however, in the week before 16 March Palerang Council administration (not the councillors) advised BCCI that the event could only proceed if Well said Adam Easton, I agree, branches - the application was and with other writers on the turned down because apparently the landowner submitted a Development Application for same subject, too. It feels good Bungendore is unlikely to be to see so many people stand up affected by fires (?) and the trees 'Change of Land Use' with attendant fees and approval for the trees. Trees should only should be retained. I'd normally period. As a result, BCCI and be taken out if they present a agree, I love trees, but safety is the Weereewa Festival organdanger or if sick/dying or they important, too. A highly experienced member isers reluctantly and officially are in the way of the only possiof my local bush fire brigade found cancelled the event. ble route for the next piece of However, Rick Beviss, in highway - although that's always this surprising, knowing that these types of trees can literally explode support of the Weereewa very sad, too! and are not normally considered Festival, the Bungendore What I fail to understand are safe so close to a house, with him community and its musical two opposite approaches here: having experienced and defended artists, and Bungendore busiI was making an offer on a burning townships, ignited through nesses, decided to proceed home in Bungendore subject to ember attack. with the event as a 'private Council approval of permission So how do I take this? Only concert,' welcoming all-comers. to have some large old conifers So, to the great acclaim removed - only because I consid- the owners of said property get to enjoy these trees, which pose of locals and visitors alike, a ered them dangerous during the a bushfire risk, whereas a lot of musical feast of well-known bushfire season right next to the and original songs and ballads house with one touching the roof people obviously enjoy the trees on the oval which are not near was presented between and all of them connecting via any buildings likely to go up in midday and 5pm. The artists flames because of their presence, and bands who provided their and they are meant to be cut services free-of-charge were: down? Am I missing anything? Libbie Doyle, Um Jim, POLK, Brigitte Heyer Argaet goes West, FeralBlu, Bowen Drive, Carwoola and Old Bones & Blisters.

Suggestions not onerous

Many congratulations and thanks go to them, and of course to Rick Beviss who saved the day. Festival goers were last seen cavorting and dancing in the autumnal Bungendorian sunshine! It is suggested, with great courtesy, that Palerang Council review their policy and mechanism for allowing public functions on private land, to include reinstatement of the instrument that was applied to Rick Beviss' bandstand in 2010. Murray Gough Mountain Road, Bungendore

her efforts in trying to catch Scotty when he was bolting back up Merino Vale Drive. An out-of-control horse is a very dangerous thing and it takes a very brave person to try and stop it, thanks Karen. Karen told me that “Barry from Weeroona Drive” was also trying to control and alert traffic along Norton Road by travelling behind Scotty with his hazard lights on and helped her in trying to catch Scotty and her horses in Merino Vale Drive. Barry, you have my utmost gratitude for what you did and I would like to thank you personally. If you see this, please call me on 0431 896 196.   Scotty didn’t stop despite Karen and Barry’s efforts and ended up back on Norton Road and, thankfully, for some reason went home. I understand that others stopped and helped round up Scotty at our property. A huge thank you to you all. Scotty was injured during this episode and had a potentially career-ending injury to his fetlock. He had an operation on Monday afternoon at Canberra Equine Hospital and it seems now that he will be OK after 3-4 weeks in the stable and lots of medication and TLC. Rob Lillie Norton Road, Wamboin

Double standard with trees




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Photo by Alison Timberlake


Sixty friends helped Bob and Julie Knight pick a less than normal grape harvest at their Forest Road, Bywong vineyard, and afterwards enjoyed a delicious morning tea. Saturday 5 April Geary’s Gap/Wamboin Landcare 9.00am propagation session. Contact 6236 9158

Monday 21 April Taylors Creek Landcare 7.30pm monthly meeting at ‘Nardoo’, 322 Taylors Creek Road. Contact 4844 6250

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Saturday 3 May Geary’s Gap/Wamboin Landcare 9.00am propagation session. Contact 6236 9158

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Small farm brimming with food By Angie Angel A small acreage in Denley Drive, Wamboin, is brimming this harvest season with produce, and the owner/ farmers, Karl and Mary Jane Burk, helped along by daughters Sally Anne and Stephanie, have an excess of vegetables, fruit and goat’s milk products. The couple have been very obvious by their presence and quality offerings at the Bungendore Produce Swaps. Karl is the cheesemaker, and Mary Jane makes the preserves, jams, relishes, cheesecakes, and also makes goat milk soap. Her pickles and jams regularly end up for sale at the Feed Shed in Bungendore. Food is prepared with imagination and thought, depending on what is in season. Goats milk ice cream with berries is a family favourite. The couple’s table is brimming with chemical and preservative free delicacies such as pickled zucchinis, tomato relish, apple juice, Mary Jane’s gnocchi with goats cheese and, when in

“The couple are too attached to the goats to keep them for goat meat, but the milk and cheeses provide much of the household’s protein.”

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Mary Jane and Karl Burk with part of their goat herd The home freezer is full of excess vegetables from the previous season. The Burks eat a great percentage of food

they have grown themselves and, as I discovered, they certainly know how to prepare it with style.

Antiques two weeks too old The page 3 report 'Decorative Arts Society' in last weeks Mirror incorrectly noted that an Association of Australian and Decorative Fine Arts Society lecture would be held on 20 March, at the Bicentennial Hall, Queanbeyan. It will be held at the Airport International Motor Inn, Yass Road Queanbeyan

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Photo by Barbie Robinson

& CRAFT EXHIBITIONS Successful �Weereewa' wrapped up ART IN THE PALERANG DISTRICT Press Release Gorman House Arts Centre in Canberra Civic was the venue for the final events of this year’s 'Weereewa- a Festival of Lake George.' The day included a five hour traditional and contemporary basket weaving workshop led by Nowra based artist Lissa-Jane de Sailles. A Chorus of Women wove their vocal magic at the end of this workshop and then led a procession amidst a heavy downpour along the covered walkways to The Ralph Wilson Theatre. Walking on water.. and other miracles was the somewhat quizzical title of a performance by Mirramu Dance Company, Dancecology from Taiwan and Damansara Performing Arts Centre Dance Company, who are here in a cultural exchange to work with

Elizabeth Cameron Dalman dancing at Gorman House

dance mentor Dr Elizabeth Cameron Dalman OAM. As a closing event for a festival that has relied largely on the goodwill of many practitioners in the arts and culture, hospitality and media industries, it seemed particularly apposite. In her concluding address, Festival Chair Barbie Robinson thanked its financial sponsors Infigen, Bendigo and Braidwood Community Banks and the Country Arts Support Program of Regional Arts NSW, and paid homage to the festival’s founder Dr Cameron Dalman OAM and all those whose passion and commitment had seen this festival through so successfully as a celebration of Weereewa/ Lake George and excellence in regional arts, culture, food, wine and environmental science discussion.

Book presentation@Tres Bon Tinmen opening@Food Lovers

Local writers Michelle Johnston and Barbara Baikie presented their books at a Weereewa Festival Literary Lunch event at Le Tres Bon recently

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'Brachina Gorge' is one of the works from John Sharman's exhibition 'Painting from Nature,' opening at the Bungendore WoodWorks Gallery on Saturday 6 April 2013 Home and Abroad Paintings by Ken Tucker Bungendore Fine Art Gallery 42B Ellendon Street, B’dore Until end April (6238 1640)

Painting from Nature Paintings by John Sharman B’dore WoodWorks Gallery 18 Malbon Street, Bungendore From 5 April (6238 1682)

Weereewa Photo Competition Various photographers X Gallery 32 Gibraltar Street, Bungendore Until 12 May (6238 0550)

The Tinmen Works by three sculptors Food Lovers Market Molonglo Street, Bungendore Ongoing exhibition

Visual Variation Works by Dimitrios Porgazian Altenburg&Co 104 Wallace Street, Braidwood Ongoing exhibition (4842 2545)

Summer Firings Pottery by Richard Murray Richard Murray Gallery Solus Street, Braidwood Ongoing exhibition (4842 2130)

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for serving and ex-serving Military Personnel (and partners) Theme: “ANZAC Centenary 2014-2018” Memorial Hall Bungendore Wednesday 23rd April 2014 $40.00 per head Call Susan Smith on 6238-0519 or for bookings Only 60 places available  Subsidised and organised by Bungendore War Memorial Committee




Wednesday 2 April 2014 BUNGENDORE MIRROR Year 2014/ Week 13/ Page 11


Terroir Dinner@Le Tres Bon Gadjo Guitars@Braidwood

Singer/ songwriter Roo Arcus will be performing at the Loaded Dog Hotel, Wallace Street, Tarago, on Saturday 19 April, starting 9.00pm Friday 4 April Kareoke 9.00pm at the Lake George Hotel, 20 Gibraltar Street, Bungendore. Contact 6238 1260

Friday 11 April TBA 9.00pm at the Lake George Hotel, 20 Gibraltar Street, Bungendore. Contact 6238 1260

Friday 4 April Music and Poetry 7.30pm at the Royal Hotel, 34 Gibraltar Street, Bungendore. Contact 6238 1219

Saturday 19 April Roo Arcus 9.00pm at the Loaded Dog Hotel, Wallace Street, Tarago. Contact 4849 4499

A week to Braidwood Rodeo P12 rodeo finishes at approximately 5pm if all runs smoothly. Dinner is served from 6.30pm and costs $20 per head with tickets available for purchase from the bar on the day. The presentation is from 7pm and the band kicks off at 8pm. Lights out at midnight and everyone is welcome to stay over

Sue and Paul Darmody at the Terroir Dinner, held at Le Tres Bon Restaurant recently, to showcase local produce and wines

Gadjo Guitars duo Cameron Jones and Nigel Date delighted their audience at the Braidwood Hotel last Sunday

Business Bowls Competition Success for B'dore bowlers

The Mirror welcomes details of live related events held within its distribution area.

Press Release Results of the thirteenth and final home/away round of the Bungendore Business Bowls Competition, played on Thursday 20 Marsh were were B'dore Guitars 16 d PHL Surveyors 3 Americar Bodyshop 13 d Post office 6 Linray Finance d Gunna Doo Bakery (Walkover) Snowmax 12 d Superseal 7 Community Bank 13 d weallsave. 3 Priceline Pharmacy 15 d Rotary 5 Bungendore Rural d Royal Hotel

on their best behaviour if they help clean up the next day. A couple of housekeeping matters to pay attention to: There will be NO BYO alcohol to the event this year. Security will be checking vehicles at the gate so save everybody time and yourself money by leaving those cheeky little bevvies C3

C2 at home. The Rodeo Club endeavours to stock a range of drinks to try and keep most people happy most of the time. Security will be monitoring people that try and sneak in the back door, or the back gate, or over the front fence. Events like this are costly to put on, have financial benefit to the community

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Cupcakes (Walkover) This Thursday 3 April there will be a presentation evening, preceded by matches of six ends which will be used to separate teams on the same competition points. All players who have played for any of the teams in this competition are invited to come along to celebrate its completion and enjoy the hospitality of our sponsors, the Bungendore Community Bank.Drinks will be available at regular bar prices.

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Full canteen facilities will be available at the ground and supporters are welcome to join the players after the game at the Lake George Hotel.

TARAGO CWA BOOK FAIR &FETE SUNDAY 6TH APRIL 2014 9am-5pm at Tarago Hall Entry - gold coin donation Books, magazines, DVDs, videos, games & CDs Stalls – quilts, crafts, collectables, preserves, plants, jewellery & bodyshop products Food avaialable – sausage sizzle, cake stall & Devonshire teas Raffle – $2 for basket of goodies – proceeds to charity


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game which is at home this Saturday. The Tobin Brothers Men’s Pennant Team was successful again defeating Weston Creek 59 points to 45. This puts the boys in second position. Their next game is at home on Sunday 6 April and cheer squads are always welcome.

Night games at Bungendore

The Bungendore Tigers will take on Woden Valley Rams but not to the volunteers who help in both Senior and Under 18 run it, and not paying $15/$5 for an games this Friday night at the Mick Sherd Oval entertaining day out makes you The Under 18s will play at look like a bit of a tightarse. 6.15pm and George Tooke With all that said, the Braidside at 7.35pm wood Rodeo Club looks forward The Bungendore Women’s to seeing you all at the 2014 rodeo, touch side will play an exhibiand we will do our darn’dest to tion game between the Senior put on the good show you’re and Under 18 matches. getting to know and love.

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Press Release Bungendore's White Ladies Pennant Team had a successful day on Saturday 22 March defeating North Canberra 59 points to 32. The girls are working hard to secure a place in the finals, so come along and support them at their next

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B'dore hangs onto �Barbwire Cup'

Daniel Edwards and father Donald with the Barbwire Cup

By Vince Skeehan Bungendore Bowling Club keeps the Barbwire Cup with a narrow win of only five shots. Captains Flat were ahead at halftime and looked certain to be the better team on the slow green. Both teams 'beefed up' during the break with a full roast beef lunch. A cut and sliced roast from Paul Darmody at the Country Butchery melted in our mouths and the damper from Gunnadoo Bakery wiped the plates clean. There was more than enough for second helpings because only eighteen players contested this year and forty were catered for. Leftovers were shared between the background workers and the rest of the stock set aside for our Ladies Carnival on Wednesday 2 April. Scott Preston at the Royal Hotel sold us a keg at cost price and Donald (Daffy) Edwards


A week to Braidwood Rodeo

Friday 4 April U18 Bungendore Tigers 6.15pm v Woden Valley Rams at the Mick Sherd Oval

Wednesday 9 April Social Bowls 10.30am at the Bungendore Bowling Club, Turallo Tce, Bungendore

Friday 4 April Bungendore Tigers 7.35pm v Woden Valley Rams at the Mick Sherd Oval

Wednesday 9 April Women’s Golf at Braidwood 10.00pm at the Braidwood Golf Club, Victory Street, Braidwood. Contact 4842 2108

Saturday 5 April Social Bowls@Captains Flat From 12 noon at the Captains Flat Bowling Club, Foxlow Street. Contact 6236 6284

Wednesday 9 April Bungendore Basketball Club 5.00pm yrs 7-8, 6.00pm yrs 9-10, 7.30pm seniors at the Bungendore School Hall.

Saturday 5 April Men’s and Women’s Golf@B’wood 12.30pm at the Braidwood Golf Club, Victory Street, Braidwood. Contact 4842 2108

Saturday 12 April Social Bowls@Captains Flat From 12 noon at the Captains Flat Bowling Club, Foxlow Street. Contact 6236 6284

Sunday 6 April Wamboin Golf Club 12.00-12.30pm at the Community Hall, Bingley Way, Wamboin. Contact 6238 3358

Saturday 12 April Men’s and Women’s Golf@B’wood 12.30pm at the Braidwood Golf Club, Victory Street, Braidwood. Contact 4842 2108

The Mirror welcomes details of sports related events held within its distribution area.

By Kate Mitchell Well folks, it’s that time of year again! Get ready for the ride of your (or somebody elses) life at the 2014 Braidwood Rodeo to be held at the Showground on Saturday 12 April. We may not be able to muster much dust after all this rain but at least the ground should be forgiving for the roughstock competitors. Once again the Braidwood Rodeo will host the ABCRA Southern Zone finals ensuring all the best competitors from far and wide will be battling for points to guarantee themselves a shiny new trophy buckle or saddle. Rodeo stock will also be putting on their best performances in the roughstock events of Bull Riding, Bareback and Bronc Riding. Highly skilled cowpeeps and their well-trained mounts will be testing their skill and agility in the timed events which include Barrel Racing, Team Roping, Steer Wrestling & Undecorating, Rope & Tie and Breakaway Roping. So that means all the crowd has to do is muster themselves, slap on a hat, boots and a bit of rodeo bling and head on out to the Braidwood Showground for more bang than you could

brought up a temprite from the south coast. Each player received a commemorative bottle of port, supplied at cost from the Local Liquor and relabelled for the event by Chris Powell. Bobby-Lee Moran ran the bar in her ever proficient fashion, set service, served the scones and washed up." The embellished 'Barbwire Cup' was presented as we supped on scones and finished the keg. As we left the Club in the late afternoon we were all full. Some full of tucker and others full of beer and spirits. One thing was sure; we were all full in heart and mind having enjoyed the company of friends and social sport. Thanks to all for a great day. Captains Flat hosts the cup next year.

expect for your buck. There will be bulls, broncs, roping and riding. There will be hanging on, getting hung up and getting thrown out the back door. There will be can chasing- in the arena and at the bar. There will be a whole lot of people who know how to entertain and be entertained. There will be foodstalls, sideshows, street stalls and a mechanical bull. If that’s not enough there will be a few locals throwing their hats in the ring, and themselves about the arena. Once again the rodeo will feature a Local Steer Ride, a Local Barrel Race, a Poddy Ride and there is even whispers of a Poly Buckjump. Entries for these events will be taken at the Office in the Collett Stand on the day before 10am or until limited spaces are filled. And as rodeo is not for the feint hearted the action doesn’t stop when the sun goes down. It is then time to head indoors and kick your heels up at the Presentation Dinner. Have a hearty feed and dance the night away to the tunes of the ‘Lumpy Underdaks’. Gates open early with the Main Events gaining momentum from 11am. Entry is $15 adults, or $5 for kids and concession. The P11

Mitch third in the ‘Tour de Perth' Press Release Bungendore cyclist Mitchell Lovelock-Fay, riding for the Avanti Racing Team, has finished third in the four stage ‘Tour de Perth.' Mitch safely navigated through a crash which marred the first stage criterium in Fremantle, with only 35 riders of the150 starters finishing. In stage two, a 116km road race around Kalamunda, Mitch finished fourth in a hill top finish with Tim Roe, a former BMC team-mate of Cadel Evans, and Travis Meyer, a five time world champion on the track, and a former pro tour rider. Stage 3 saw Mitch placed third in a time trial around Rottnest Island behind teammate Joe Cooper and Michael Mitchell Lovelock-Fay riding in the Tour de Perth

Vink, both from NZ, completing the 20km’s in a time of 25:17. This moved Mitch up from fourth to third in the general classification. In the final stage, a 14 lap race totalling 114km around Perry Lakes, Mitch successfully finished in the bunch sprint, after being out in the break for most of the race. This saw Mitch safely defend his third position for the tour. Avanti Racing Team members finished first (Joe Cooper), third (Mitch) and fifth (Ben Dyball), and claimed the teams classification for the tour. Mitch now also sits third in a very classy field in the Subaru National Road Series after the first event of the season.




Rain Heavy Rain Possible rain 12oC/22oC 9oC/16oC 11oC/20oC 90% / 20-40 mm 90% / 20-40 mm 70% / 1-5 mm 10 kph/S 13 kph/SSE 14 kph/SE 79% 92% 74%


Late rain 9oC/19oC 80% / 1-5 mm 11 kph/ESE 71%

Rain increasing Rain increasing 9oC/19oC 10oC/20oC (1) 60% / < 1 mm 80% / 1-5 mm (2) 12 kph/ESE 11 kph/E (3) 77% (4) 79%

Mostly cloudy 13oC/21oC 20% / < 1 mm 14 kph/E 67%

Mostly cloudy 16oC/21oC 80% / 1-5 mm 16 kph/E 64%

Late rain 11oC/21oC (1) 70% / 1-5 mm (2) 15 kph/E (3) 71% (4)

Possible rain 12oC/23oC 70% / 1-5 mm 9 kph/E 68%

Possible rain 12oC/23oC 70% / 5-10 mm 8 kph/E 73%

Mostly sunny 12oC/25oC 20% / < 1 mm 10 kph/ESE 61%

Fog than sunny 13oC/24oC (1) 70% / < 1 mm (2) 10 kph/E (3) 62% (4)

Thunderstorm Rain Rain 12oC/24oC 13oC/16oC 14oC/20oC 90% / 20-40 mm 90% / 20-40 mm 70% / 1-5 mm 13 kph/SW 18 kph/SE 21 kph/ESE 72% 97% 75%

Clearing rain 11oC/20oC 40% / < 1 mm 18 kph/ESE 66%

Cloudy 12oC/26oC 70% / 1-5 mm 15 kph/ESE 60%

Late rain 11oC/21oC (1) 90% / 1-5 mm (2) 17 kph/E (3) 69% (4)

Possible rain 12oC/23oC 70% / 1-5 mm 9 kph/E 68%

Possible rain 12oC/23oC 70% / 5-10 mm 8 kph/E 73%

Mostly sunny 12oC/25oC 20% / < 1 mm 10 kph/ESE 61%

Fog than sunny 13oC/24oC (1) 70% / < 1 mm (2) 10 kph/E (3) 62% (4)

Possible rain 17oC/22oC 90% / NA 26 kph/S 66%

Clearing rain 17oC/21oC 80% / NA 22 kph/SSE 62%

Cloudy 16oC/20oC 70% / NA 14 kph/E 58%

Cloudy 17oC/23oC (1) 80% / NA (2) 13 kph/NE (3) 59% (4)

BUNGENDORE Mostly sunny 10oC/27oC 30% / 1-5 mm 16 kph/WNW 54%

Thunderstorm Rain Rain easing 12oC/24oC 13oC/17oC 13oC/21oC 90% / 20-40 mm 90% / 20-40 mm 80% / 1-5 mm 13 kph/W 18 kph/ESE 17 kph/ESE 74% 92% 71`%

CAPTAINS FLAT Heavy rain Rain Rain 13oC/18oC 14oC/19oC 12oC/22oC 90% / 20-40 mm 90% / 10-20 mm 90% / 1-5 mm 16 kph/E 11 kph/N 9 kph/ENE 93% 87% 76%

COLLECTOR Mostly sunny 10oC/27oC 30% / 1-5 mm 17 kph/WNW 53%

KRAWARREE Heavy rain Rain Rain 13oC/18oC 14oC/19oC 12oC/22oC 90% / 20-40 mm 90% / 10-20 mm 90% / 1-5 mm 16 kph/E 11 kph/N 9 kph/ENE 93% 87% 76%

NERRIGA Mostly sunny 20oC/27oC 30% / NA 22 kph/NNE 59%

Poss. thunderstorm Rain 19oC/26oC 18oC/19oC 90% / NA 90% / NA 17 kph/SE 27 kph/S 77% 80%

(1) Temperature/ maximum, minimum (2) Rain/ chance, likely amount (3) Wind/ speed, direction [pm] (4) Relative humidity [pm]

LAST WEEK'S RAINFALL Week(1) Month Year So far Average(2) So far Average (3) Araluen 123.0 143.0 54.4 186.0 526.4 Braidwood 95.2 159.2 43.1 211.0 502.4 Bungendore 68.8 100.4 36.3 177.2 534.2 Burra 111.8 130.4 NA 205.7 NA Captains Flat 86.4 142.8 53.8 224.0 604.6 Charleys Forest 89.0 166.0 NA 238.0 NA Collector NA NA 44.9 NA 463.7 Krawarree 63.0 90.0 69.1 131.0 672.7 Nerriga 59.0 116.0 57.3 162.0 580.5 Taylors Creek NA NA NA NA NA (1) Reading is taken at 9.00am on Tuesday (2) Long term average for month (3) Long term average for year

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2 April 2014  

bungendore mirror, week 14, 2014

2 April 2014  

bungendore mirror, week 14, 2014