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Palerang appoints Rural Lands Study consultants By John Mitchell Palerang Council will ratify the appointment of four consultants for the Palerang Rural Lands study at its ordinary meeting this Thursday. The assessments and recommendations for appointment were made at meetings of the Palerang Rural Lands Study Committee (which includes all of the Palerang councillors, GM and senior planners and representatives of State Government departments with a stake in the region’s planning), held on 15 and 29 May 2014. Consultant planner At the 15 May meeting, the evaluation table for the quotations received for the consultant planner was discussed. It was agreed

that the system used for the evaluation of the price of the quotations was not satisfactory and the consideration of qoutations proceeded without reference to that part of the table. It was noted that deletion of this part of the table did not alter the relative rankings of the higher scoring applicants. The discussion on the quotations continued with some consideration of price but without the evaluation of price component in the table. The State Government representatives on the Committee advised that while they were happy to contribute to the discussion of proposals they would not participate in the voting.

Following discussion of the quotations, the Committee decided to use a two stage selection process and to hear presentations from the highest ranked consultants to allow time for staff to contact the nominated referees. There was some discussion

“..echoing (an unsuccessful) move by some of the developer majority on the last Council to allow councillors to nominate consultants.”

and one councillor asked that a third consultant should be added to the list, echoing (an unsuccessful) move by some of the developer majority on the last Council to allow councillors to nominate consultants. The committee resolved to invite only the two highest scoring consultants. For: Crs Harrison, Marshall, Hogarth-Boyd and Cockram. Against: Crs Graham, Hicks and Schweikert. Economic profile The quotations were discussed including price but disregarding the assessment of the quotation price in the evaluation table, and it was agreed that Strategic Planning Solutions be appointed to undertake the economic profile.

For: All councillors. Revised Native vegetation map The quotations were discussed including price disregarding the assessment of the quotation price in the evaluation table. The committee considered that Umwelt can achieve the required time frames and the quotation priced is within Council’s budget and agreed that Umwelt be appointed to undertake revised native vegetation mapping. For: All councillors. Aboriginal cultural heritage The quotations were discussed including price, but disregarding the assessment of the quotation price in the evaluation table. It was noted that the majority of quotations did not include a fee for consulation

with members of the Aboriginal community. The councillors agreed that OzArk be appointed to prepare the Aboriginal cultural heritage map. For: Crs Harrison, Marshall, Cockram, Hicks, Graham and Schweikert. Against: Cr Hogarth-Boyd. Cr Graham abstained. The Committee deferred discussion of the terms of reference to the first open committee meeting. The draft Terms of Reference are to be placed on Council’s website prior to the open committee meeting. The committee also deferred discussion of the draft Communication Plan to a later committee meeting to enable the selected planning consultant to participate.




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Less red tape in fire areas

Member for Monaro, John Barilaro, discussing a building project Press Release Local families building new homes can save $800 under new arrangements for approvals in bushfire-prone areas, which put safety first while making it easier and cheaper to build and remove duplication, the Member for Monaro John

Barilaro said recently. The changes remove the need for local home-builders to do an assessment of bushfire risk when they lodge their DA to build if the Rural Fire Service (RFS) has undertaken an upfront assessment of bushfire risk at the subdivision stage.

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Currently, those building homes on bushfire-prone subdivisions have to undertake their own assessment even if the RFS has previously given the subdivision the tick of approval, adding approximately $800 to the cost of building a new home. The changes will only be allowed if strict conditions are met, including: •The land is not at high risk of bushfire; •Approval has been given by the RFS which allows building in bushfire-prone areas, known as a Bushfire Safety Authority – this will now include a plan showing the bushfire

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attack levels and conditions future houses must meet; •A Post-Subdivision Bushfire Attack Level certificate, which is issued by the RFS or suitably qualified consultant, has been issued; and •The authority in charge of approving the new home, such as the local council, is satisfied the building complies with any conditions that have been put in place by the RFS “This is good news for local families who now have the choice of having detailed bushfire assessments completed up front, meaning local home-builders no longer need to worry about lodging an individual bushfire report if strict conditions are met,” Mr Barilaro said. “$800 might not sound like a lot, but ask any family building their new home and they will tell you that at the end of the day even saving a small amount can go a long way. Currently bushfire-prone land maps of new release areas are updated every five years by local councils meaning they may not always be accurate. The announced changes will mean the RFS can now directly update these maps when required ensuring their accuracy with the most up-to-date information. The changes only apply to land in urban release areas in 40 local government areas and will not affect development in existing subdivisions in bushfire prone areas.

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Bungendore School at Queanbeyan Reconciliation Walk

Confirmations@St Thomas' Carwoola

Last Tuesday teachers Mrs Read and Mrs Leggett joined with 42 Bungendore Public School students and attended the Reconciliation Walk at Queanbeyan.

By Karen King In a normally quiet corner of a Carwoola paddock stands the large majestic 150 year old building of St Thomas' Anglican Church. On Sunday 18 May, this worship centre was filled with much activity and an air of excitement and celebration. Few seats remained as the regular Bungendore Anglican Church congregation, family and friends joined Anglican Bishop Stuart Robinson at a Confirmation Service to celebrate and witness five teenagers profess their Christian faith, and confirm the baptismal promises made on their behalf more than a decade earlier. By the end of the service the fog lifted, warmth filled the air, and the old paddock sprung to life. People continued the celebrations while enjoying a social occasion with morning tea, BBQ brunch, jumping castle, kite making, horse shoe throwing and other outdoor activities.

Mike Kelly throws hat in ring By John Mitchell The former member for Eden Monaro, Dr Mike Kelly will be seeking Labor Party preselection to contest the seat at the next Federal election. In an entry on his Facebook page Dr Kelly said, “For those of you who have been asking what I am going to do next, I can tell you I have now made up my mind. I have been mulling this over for eight months and thought very carefully about it. “My mind has been made up in the last few weeks after watching the Commission of Audit and this brutal Budget, on top of everything else we have seen from the Abbott overnment. I have also watched Peter Hendy as our Member and been appalled by

his total lack of passion and commitment to our region and community. “As a result I have decided to put my name forward for pre-selection to re-contest Eden Monaro. “I will not sit idly by while this region is savaged and its future stolen. I also want to take a stand against the sort of Australia Abbott and Hendy want us to become. It would be a vicious Darwinian landscape where it is the survival of the wealthiest with a marginalised underclass. “If successful in pre-selection I will be asking you to help me restore us to the Australia we want to see and to get us back on track to unlocking the extraordinary potential of our region and people,” Dr Kelly said.

Bishop Stuart Robinson with confirmees Thomas, Heath,Cameron, Eliza and Sophie at St Thomas

Nominate best and brightest Press Release Monaro schools are encouraged to nominate their best and brightest students and teachers for a range of awards designed to acknowledge academic excellence and commitment to education, the Member for Monaro John Barilaro said. “The Minister’s Awards for Excellence in Student Achievement is an award for students in Year 12 who have demonstrated high academic achievement, leadership and

C4 nominate one staff member to receive the award at their end of year school commitment to the school and presentation ceremony. education community,” “It’s now time for principals “The Minister’s Award for in the Monaro to start thinkExcellence in Teaching recoging about nominating a staff nises the achievements of member for a The Member for outstanding teachers in deliver- Monaro Excellence in Education ing high quality education to Award,” said Mr Barilaro. students and their contributions “Teachers and support staff to their professional communihave a powerful influence on ties,” Mr Barilaro said. their students’ learning and are Nominations are also open the most important in-school for The Member for Monaro factor in educational success. Excellence in Education Award. Their commitment often sees Every school principai in the them dedicate their personal C5 time to inspire a love of learnMonaro Electorate can

ing in their students, to work alongside families and to build important connections within the community. “Last year three teachers were formally recognised for their hard work throughout the year and awarded a Member for Monaro Excellence in Education Award for their contribution to education. I encourage all principles to put forward a staff member for an award.” Nominations for the Minister’s Awards for Excellence in Student Achievement, the Minister's Award for Excellence in Teaching are open until P4


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IGA donation to B'dore School

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Food Hub for Capital Region Press Release The inaugural Capital Region Food Hub information evening is being held at the Canberra Business Events Centre, Regatta Point, Commonwealth Park, Canberra on Wednesday 11 June at 6.00pm. Whether you eat, grow or sell food, this is your chance to participate actively in our regional food economy.

 Join us to learn how we can all help to •Build a resilient local

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 The Capital Region Food Hub information evening has come about as a result of the Local Food Initiative Project, an undertaking of a group of like-minded community organisations that have come together with the aim to build more resilient local food economies within our C3

Nominate best and brightest F3 27 June 2014. For more information about the awards and application forms go to: To put forward a school staff member for a Member for Monaro Excellence in Education Award school principals should describe in

200 words the achievements and characteristics that make this person deserving of the award. Nominations should be sent to the office of John Barilaro MP 110-112 Monaro Street (PO Box 998) Queanbeyan NSW 2620, or email to au by 5.00pm on Friday 14 November 2014.

Press Release The Bungendore Primary School P&C has received a cheque for $1,897.55 from IGA Bungendore. The funds are the result of the 2013 community chest campaign and were accumulated from March, when the store transferred to the IGA group, until October 2013. Darren Heathcote, the owner of the store, explained that under the community chest scheme a portion of the sale price on products designated with a blue community chest ticket are accumulated by IGA, to be distributed to nominated local community groups or charities. These funds are in addition to other sponsorship and donations we make to the local community.

Mel Swan, President of the P&C said, “the supermarket has a great history of supporting the P&C and this donation will help us continue our efforts to supply additional resources to our school. At present, we are assisting the school with shelving and containers to store sports equipment in the new sports shed that P&C purchased for the school. We are continually amazed at the generosity of the Bungendore community. Darren has continued to be a major sponsor to our school events, and we appreciate his generosity.” The supermarket is interested in hearing from any other community groups or charities that are looking to become involved in the 2014 campaign and beyond.

C2 region including the local Palerang organisation FuturePLANS ( The aim of the Local Food Initiative is to identify barriers to local food production and consumption in order to identify practical solutions for producers, retailers and consumers.

Everyone can help by completing a brief survey. It will only take five minutes and will provide valuable information that will help determine how local food consumption can be impoved.  The findings will interest many stakeholders within our region and will assist with building more resilient local food economies.  The surveys can be found at

 This survey will close on Friday 6 June so results can be presented at the Australian Capital Region Food Hub Information Session on Wednesday 11 June 2014.  

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Cub Scouts visit Federal Police


By ‘Akela’ Debbie Simms Recently, a group of 40 excited Cub Scouts, parents and leaders, had an experience not many ‘civilians’ get to do–a tour of the Australian Federal Police (AFP) International Deployment Group (IDG) facility at Majura. The facility is accredited by the United Nations (UN) to train and equip personnel for deployment. Our tour started by loading all the children into several troupies (the parents followed about 20 minutes later) and winding up a 4WD track to our first stop, the rock climbing and high ropes training area. From there it was onto the ‘village’–a replica of a typical village on a Pacific island-where Sgt Shane

Captains Flat Public School students gathered beside the Queanbeyan River before participating in last Tuesday’s Reconciliation Walk Saturday 7 June Captains Flat Markets 10.00am at the Captains Flat Community Hall, Foxlow Street, Captains Flat. Contact 6236 6070

Saturday 5 July Captains Flat Markets 10.00am at the Captains Flat Community Hall, Foxlow Street, Captains Flat. Contact 6236 6070

Sunday 15 June the market@bungendore 9.00am at the Memorial Hall, Molonglo Street, Bungendore. Contact 6238 3591

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

Sunday 15 June Windellama Markets From 9.00am to 1.00pm at the Windellama Hall. Contact 4844 5001

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

Saturday 22 June Braidwood Markets From 8.00am in Ryrie Park, Wallace Street, Braidwood. Contact 4847 5061

Saturday 26 July Braidwood Markets From 8.00am in Ryrie Park, Wallace Street, Braidwood. Contact 4847 5061 The Mirror welcomes details of community events happening within its distribution area.

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Baker explained all the equipment officers are provided with for their training and deployment. One of the items was a small tent and our troupie drivers did an impromptu demonstration of how quickly they could put up a tent (although I think some of our Scouts would give them a run for their money). We then had a walk through the ‘main street’ discussing how the facility, and the village in particular, is used as a training facility for capacity development programs across 15 Pacific Island countries, security and stability operational missions, and UN missions. A quick hello to some visiting officers from Kiribati and then back into the troupies to wind past several Island-style P6

Sgt Shane Baker explains the equipment used in training

Solstice Celebration@Bowlo Falls Prevention Program By Vince Skeehan The Bungendore Bowling Club will be hosting a Solstice Celebration and Bonfire on Saturday 21 June, the shortest day in the southern hemisphere. The winter solstice itself lasts only a moment in time. At 8.51pm AEST the axial tilt of our planet will see the Sun returning to our 'clime'. Help is needed to build the bonfire over the next few weeks. I'm looking for suitable materials to be dropped off at the back of the Club in Turallo Terrace. Follow the signs to the Stockpile area. Fence posts, palings, timber, branches and logs. More wood=bigger fire.. Material will be sorted and graded. Great care is being taken again this year to build a 'stable fire' so that nothing rolls out past the safety perimeter


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Press Release Queanbeyan Community Health will begin the next Falls Prevention Program 'Stepping On' at the Bungendore Community Centre on Thursday 7 August, from 1.30pm. This free NSW Ministry of Health initiative is designed for people who are living at home, aged over 65, who have fallen or are fearful of falling. “The group runs for two hours each week for seven weeks, followed by a refresher session two months later,” said Jenny Thorek, Stepping On facilitator.. “It’s to help older people maintain independence and give them confidence in their mobility so they are able to undertake their everyday activities safely and without the risk of falling.” The program includes educational sessions, simple group exercises and an opportunity to socialise with other participants.

Each session covers a range of topics including vision, medicines and practical exercises to improve strength and balance. “This program, which was developed in NSW, is considered to be one of the most effective falls prevention programs available,” said Ms Thorek. “It gives people the confidence to undertake their everyday activities safely.” Stepping On presenters Jenny Thorek and Jo-Ann Taylor are excited to continue to offer the program and said the course can offer real benefits to local elderly men and women who are living at home and are active in the community. “We are taking applicants now for the next group in August which will be our third program to run in Bungendore,” said Ms Taylor. For further information, or to book a pre-assessment, please call Jo-Ann Taylor on 6298 9306.

Australian Child Care Week will be held from 16 to 20 June and Bungendore Kids Zone has planned an extensive program of events and activities, starting with the official opening on Monday 16 June at 9.30am. Families and the Community are invited to join us for the opening or at any time during the week. Our program of events is displayed at the Bungendore Community Bank. Heather Hubbard of the Bungendore RFS and her team will speak to the children about fire safety on Wednesday 18 June at 10.00am. See you all at Child Care Week!


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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) T 0427 365 026/ E belinda. Cr Paul Cockram T 4842 8062/ M 0417 459 775

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C2 spite of the fact that the debate was seldom dull, in fact at times it was firey. Insults were traded, tears were shed. When the majority Councillors were summarily excising sizeable chunks of wording designed to open meetings to deliberate help protect Palerang's rural on their LEPs. But Palerang landscapes and biodiverresidents had ample opporsity, hardly a soul was there tunity to participate in the to witness. So much for the writing of the draft Palerang secret deals behind closed LEP, since all of those Extraor- doors. On more than one dinary LEP meetings were occasion, motions were put open to the public, and widely by the minority 'Community' advertised as such. Councillors that the draft Sadly, on many occasions PLEP be put on exhibition the gallery was almost empty, with the hope of protecting apart from a small number of the document from further regular attendees, and in C3 gutting and also to speed

Door was open but few came I am writing to expand on last week's letter by Mel Hillery ('We all love where we live,' Mirror 28.5.2014) in which she stated, "Council did try to engage us and perhaps they should have tried harder." Mel has severely understated the case for Council's attempts to draw Palerang residents into the LEP process. Not all Councils have


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up the process which was costing Council dearly. These motions were voted down. By the way, it is laughable to claim, as does Genevieve Cransie ('Not a developer in sight,' also Mirror 28.5.2014) that the R5 lobby saved us all from being prohibited from grazing stock in the rural residential areas without a DA.This mistake was quickly picked up when the draft PLEP went on exhibition and there was no resistance whatsoever from Councillors past or present about correcting what was effectively a planning typo. Judith Turley, Palerang Councillor 2008-2012

I refer to your editorial 'Will proper planning or influence peddling win?' Mirror 14.5.2014 Those of us who have followed the antics of Council (both staff and the majority of Councillors) during the PLEP process, question whether a proper planning process has been followed. Be that as it may, we all have a democratic right to draw to the attention of those who are elected to represent us, matters that cause us concern.We have drawn our concerns to the attention of Councillors, our Local Member and our Federal Member. In the event, Council has chosen not to listen whereas both our Local Member and Federal Member have. Mr Barilaro has every right

to take a position on this, and any other issue brought to his attention. In this case, he is obviously convinced that the decision by Council to the blanket application of environmental protection zoning across all rural residential land currently zoned 1(d) is inappropriate and is inconsistent with the view of the majority of his constituents affected by the decision. As to the matter of influence peddling, there are no better examples than the editorial in question and similar editorials in the District Bulletin where editors take advantage of their privileged position to push a personal agenda in an attempt to influence their readership. Len Parish Summerhill Road, Bywong

Cub Scouts visit Federal Police P5 huts with spectacular views over Canberra. We finished the tour with a drive past the National Canine training centre and a look at an army helicopter and talk on how it is used for training. At the end all the Cubs were given a drink bottle and CD to remember their visit. 1st Bungendore Cubs would like to sincerely thank all those at the AFP IDG who were involved in our visit, especially Team Leader Geoff Wiley, Sgt Baker and the drivers. In the words

of the Cub Scouts–it was ‘awesome’. As a result of that visit, when the AFPIDG needed to upgrade their GPS units, Sherridan Robertson, from Administration and Operational Support, thought of our group. "It seemed a waste to throw the GPS units out and I thought your Scouts could put them to good use when they go on hikes, canoe trips and the like," said Sherridan. 1st Bungendore would like to sincerely thank the AFPIDG for their generous gifting of the seven GPS units. 1-2-3 WOLF.



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TAYLORS CREEK/ CURRAWANG RFS AGM Sunday Goods Offered •• Goods Goods Wanted Wanted ••Services ServicesOffered Offered••Services ServicesWanted Wanted• •Property PropertyOffered Offered 22 June 2014 at 2.00pm. All Goods Offered welcome Accommodation Offered • Public Notices • Personal Notices • Community Notices [Free] Accommodation Offered • Public Notices • Personal Notices • Community Notices [Free] WAMBOIN/ GEARYS GAP [5] [5] ADVERTISMENT ADVERTISMENT L'CARE Landcare meetings and Line Heading Line Heading propagation sessions are held 1 1 on the first Saturday of each 2 2 month, from 9am to 11am. We 3 3 welcome all volunteers; no expe44 5 5 rience is necessary. If you would 6 6 like to join our group or volun7 7 teer to help, please email Kathy 8 8 Handel ( 9 9 for further details 10 10 WAMBOIN RFB AGM The 1 1 1 1 Annual General Meeting of the 12 12 Wamboin Rural Fire Brigade [6] PER PLACEMENT PLACEMENT Numberofoflines linesx $2.00 x $2.00= $= .$. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .will be held on Tuesday 10 [6] COST COST PER Number [7] OF PLACEMENTS PLACEMENTS [7] NUMBER NUMBER OF . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . June 2014 at the Wamboin [8] COST Costper perplacement placementx xnumber numberofofplacements placements= $= .$. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . Fire Station, 112 Bingley Way, [8] TOTAL TOTAL COST Cost [9] DATES .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. . . Wamboin commencing at [9] PLACEMENT PLACEMENT DATES

7.30pm. J Greethead Secretary 6230 3165. B'DORE COUNTRY MUSTER AGM Monday 16 June 2014 at 7.30pm at the Bungendore School of Arts in Gibraltar Street. The Muster will be celebrating its 30th year in February 2015 and over the past 29 years has assisted many local community groups with monetary donations. The Bungendore Country Muster also provides a venue for many local groups to raise funds by providing catering for the patrons of the Muster. If you would like more information please contact Winston or Di Masters on 6238 2380 or Maureen Elgood on 6238 1207, or alternatively, please emailbungendorecountrymuster@ yahoo. Remember, this is a major event on the Bungendore Fundraising Calendar and for it to continue to grow, we need energetic people with fresh ideas to join us. Come along and have some fun.


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R5 opens development door

Reinstate grading program

Genevieve Cramsie ‘Not a Developer in Sight,’ Mirror 28.5.2014, takes exception to my stand against an R5 zoning of Bywong/ Wamboin, and I need to point out a few facts in regard to this. Residents of Wamboin/ Bywong should be aware of what R5 zoning is really about. The 'Standard Instrument' of NSW Planning gives four objectives of R5, of which the first two are of immediate significance. To provide residential housing in a rural setting while preserving, and minimising impacts on, environmentally sensitive locations and scenic quality. To ensure that large residential lots do not hinder the proper and orderly development of urban areas in the future. Mrs Cramsie is selective in mentioning only the first of these objectives and ignores the second. The whole purpose of R5 zones is to allow for orderly development of residential districts around existing towns and villages and into the surrounding rural areasthat is expansion of urbanisation into the rural setting of the surrounding countryside. This is the crux of concern with R5 in Bywong/Wamboin, and it would be naïve in the extreme to think that if this area is zoned R5 that extensive development would not eventually follow. Otherwise why adopt such a zone type? R5 also allows for 'greenfield' establishment of urban areas such as has been provided for by Yass Valley Council near the Federal Highway. This is quite appropriate in that situ-

I am writing to implore Palerang Council to reinstate its grading program to at least what it was in the past (double or more the number of gradings per year), because the current and future viability of the Mongarlowe/Charleys Forest area, and possibly the whole shire, depends on it. Every time the road crew comes to grade the road, it rains straight afterwards and no matter how great a job the

ation since it allows for future development of infrastructure at the junction of the Highway with an important route into the Yass shire. I’m encouraged by Mrs Cramsie’s assertion that R5 supporters would have been happy with an RU zoning (Primary Production) but, as she correctly points out, NSW Planning did not make this available for use when Council was developing the LEP. While I am comfortable with E4 zoning for Bywong/Wamboin it is clear that R5 supporters are not. However, rather than campaigning for the inappropriate and development oriented R5 zoning, the anti-E4 group could have used their considerable lobbying resources to request the Department make an RU zone available for this area. This action would be quite consistent with their stated desire to maintain the rural/ residential character of Bywong/ Wamboin as is the situation with the present 1(d) zoning. In regard to her remarks on perceived restrictions on agricultural activities etc. under E4, I was disturbed by the 2012 council proposal to place restrictions on grazing and livestock, and communicated my concerns to them; there should be records of this. I applaud all residents who expressed objections to this (now defunct) proposal, including- on that issue- the 'Leave us alone Palerang' group. Council sensibly changed its position to reflect the general concern and their policy on agricultural activities is now concisely explained in Fact C3

crew has done, new potholes are formed within days. I can't speak for other areas of Palerang, but I have observed that the Cooma Road hardly ever gets graded, and the Krawarree area isn't receiving nearly enough rain. The effects of climate change are already bad enough, without adding to our rainfall woes by an infrequent grading program. Catherine Moore, Charleys Forest road, Charleys Forest

Zoning will not be studied The effects of climate change are already bad enough without addding to our rainfall woes by an infrequent grading program.” C2 Sheet 9 which clearly states that livestock grazing etc for commercial purposes will be allowed without consent in areas zoned E4. There is no ambiguity in this Fact Sheet as indicated by Mrs Cramsie, and her remarks on keeping pet horses, and sheep etc for home consumption refer to an explanatory paragraph pointing out that such non-commercial activities will also be allowed in E4 (and other) zones as is the case under the present 1(d) zoning. Genevieve Cramsie also stated “There is no evidence at all that supports his perspective that a rezoning to E4 will increase the carrying capacity of his land.” I will not argue this point, but the

potential extensive development implied by R5 would not be conducive to agriculture oriented activities in the area. Degradation of stream and groundwater quality is the likely first casualty, and it’s not difficult to envisage other negative effects. To conclude, R5 offers nothing over E4 so far as preserving rural/ residential character of Bywong and Wamboin is concerned, but instead opens the door for urban development which would be anomalous and inappropriate for the whole area. The beneficiaries of an R5 zoning of Bywong/ Wamboin will be developers, not the ordinary residents. Bob Angel Mountain Road, Bungendore

In your editorial 'Will proper planning or influence peddling win?' (Mirror 14.5. 2014), you refer to Council’s rural land study which is currently under way and your expectation that discussion on the E4 zoning issue would be reopened when the study is completed. It was also my understanding, along with a large section of the community and indeed a number of Councillors, that the study would be used to inform Council on the validity of its decision to rezone all areas of land currently zoned Rural Residential 1(d) as the Environmental Protection zone E4. We too believed that Council had made a commitment to revisit the issue on completion of the study. I would like to draw your attention and that of your readers to written advice received from Council’s Director of Planning and Environmental Services on this subject which states that, “It

should be noted that the Palerang Rural Lands Study project directives do not include determining land use zones as this was the role of the project concerning the development of the draft local environmental plan.” The Mayor delivered this same message (that the Rural Lands Study and the zoning issue are unrelated) to the meeting of the local branch of the NSW Farmers Association in Bungendore on 15 April 2014. It therefore seems that despite its commitment to the community to the contrary, Council now has no intention of revisiting the land zoning issue regardless of the outcome of the Rural Lands Study. Charles Stuart Bungendore Road, Bywong



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


Notice is given that impounded at the Braidwood Pound is 4 Following completion of the Braidwood and Bungendore Angus Cows and 1 Angus Calf impounded from Wild Cattle Local Traffic Study in 2013, Council has prepared draft Flat Road on 27 May 2014. plans for the construction of roundabouts at the intersection of Wallace Street and Lascelles Street in Braidwood and These animals can be inspected at Palerang Council Malbon Street and Molonglo Street in Bungendore. Pound in Braidwood by arrangement with the Council’s Local businesses, community groups and general comRanger on 6238 8111 during business hours. munity members of Braidwood and Bungendore are invited to attend a drop-in information session with Council staff on If not claimed these animals will be sold by the first availthe proposed treatments. Details on the drop-in sessions able auction (or destroyed under Section 24 of the NSW are below. Impounding Act 1993) on or after 10 June 2014. • Old Library Building, Park Lane Braidwood – Tuesday 10 June between 4:30pm and 6:30pm • Bungendore Council Chambers, Majara Street BungenSENIOR ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES dore – Wednesday 11 June between 4:30pm and 6:30pm The draft plans are currently displayed at Council’s AdminisOFFICER (COMPLIANCE) trative Offices and on Council’s website www.palerang.nsw. Bungendore Office under Featured Programs. Council will accept public comments given on the day. In “Rural lifestyle, city conveniences” addition, any person may make a written submission on the ($54k – 63k p.a. depending on experience) proposed treatments before close of business on WednesCouncil is seeking applications from suitably qualified day 18 June 2014. Public comments will be considered people looking to become part of a team that is dedicated to prior to finalising the detailed designs. improving the environmental & public health of the Palerang Following conclusion of the consultation period, Council will area. This position includes the option of a leaseback finalise the design. Currently, no budget has been allocated vehicle. to the construction of these roundabouts, however, Council The successful person will be part of an award winning enand RMS will continue to work towards securing funding for vironmental services team and will play a part in a diverse their construction. range of activities including: Funding for the roundabout design has been provided by •keeping both the natural & built environments clean, safe NSW Roads and Maritime Service. and enjoyable Enquiries about the roundabouts should be directed to •monitoring and enforcing compliance with conditions of Council’s Project Engineer, Brendan Belcher on 1300 735 development consent and compliance orders 025 or 62388111 or email: •reducing incidences of pollution, including illegal rubbish dumping Council Chambers Peter Bascomb •investigating alleged illegal activities relating to any law, 10 Majara Street, Bungendore General Manager regulation or policy within Council’s jurisdiction, as authoPO Box 348 rised by Council BUNGENDORE NSW 2621 •encouraging responsible pet ownership & keeping the public safe from uncontrolled dogs. Enquiries regarding the position should be directed to SiDEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL mon Holloway, Environmental Services Coordinator, on (02) ADVERTISED LOCAL DEVELOPMENT 6238 8111 or 1300 735 025. Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 Information packages - may be obtained from Council’s offices at 10 Majara Street, Bungendore, and 144 Wallace Address: 1369 Sutton Road SUTTON NSW 2620 Street Braidwood, or on Council’s website, www.palerang. Land Description: Lot 3 DP 602012 under ‘Council/Positions Vacant’. Applications Applicant: S A James, T J James should address the essential and desirable selection criteria Consent Authority: Palerang Council and include details of qualifications, experience and the Proposal: Dual Occupancy - Manufactured Home names and phone numbers of work related referees. Application Number: DA.2014.097 Applications close COB Friday 13 June 2014 Notification Period: 2 June 2014 to 17 June 2014 General Manager Palerang Council PO Box 348 BUNGENDORE NSW 2621


The following development applications have been received by Palerang Council from 26 to 30 May 2014

Application No. Description Received Property Address DA.2014.112 Shed 27/05/2014 18 Sorrell Close BUNGENDORE DA.2014.113 Stables 30/05/2014 77 Foxlow Street CAPTAINS FLAT DA.2014.114 Health Care Building 30/05/2014 BMX TRACK 204-206 Foxlow Street/ CAPTAINS FLAT DA.2014.115 Shed 30/05/2014 5625 Kings Highway BRAIDWOOD DA.2014.116 Bed & Breakfast 30/05/2014 664 Majors Creek Road/ MAJORS CREEK


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.

Left alone, wildlife will normally move on

Council has received an application for a development proposal on the subject land. 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 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. Inquiries Phone Council’s Customer Service on 1300 735 025 or (02) 6238 8111, and quote the development application number shown above. Please note that technical staff are not available after 12 noon. Peter Bascomb GENERAL MANAGER

This wombat has been captured and is being relocated By Philip Machin Sometimes wildlife gets into the wrong place. We all know about possums in the roof and the difficulty in removing them. Over the last few months, Wildcare has been called out to capture and relocate a number of wombats that had moved into the Queanbeyan suburbs. Left alone, and after some time, they would normally move on, but Wildcare gave them a helping hand and returned them to a nearby wombat habitat. It is thought that development at Googong and elsewhere may have been the trigger for some wombats to wander off into places they would not normally be seen. The flooding of creeks and rivers in 2009/10 also caused wombats to disperse to unlikely places, often many kilometres away. Another example of the movement of wildlife can be seen in Canberra. Large areas, of traditional wildlife habitat, have been developed for new housing and roads. This has caused animals to hop and wander off to places nearby – including other built-up areas. Whether it is in Canberra or elsewhere, it often seems where culling has taken place, other animals can migrate into the vacuum created. In our own backyards we occasionally see a snake in the ‘wrong place’. This can be worrying for people who don’t know their behaviour–we often think snakes will turn and attack us, but nothing

could be further from the truth. Snakes are shy, and defensive. They don’t want to be near either our companion animals or us. Left alone snakes will move on and you won’t see them again. Dogs, cats and stock animals, that are free to roam over large areas, are inquisitive and come across snakes, thereby being at much greater risk. At home, dogs are safer if they are contained in a fenced run. The risk of cats being bitten can be much reduced by keeping them inside the house (particularly at night when they can cause a lot of damage to other wildlife too). Fortunately the chances of encountering a venomous snake are small, however Wildcare is on hand to give advise and help if needed. The bottom line is that wildlife can be seen in the ‘wrong place’, but more often than not, left alone it will move on. We just need to be tolerant and patient. But if you need help, contact Wildcare on 6299 1966–put this number in your Mobile phone. As we come to the end of the financial year, think about donating to Wildcare and get a tax-deductible receipt–visit to see how this can be done. Wildcare has no paid staff – the service is entirely manned by volunteers. Donations directly pay for veterinary bills, medications, equipment and specially formulated milk – all needed to fix up injured and orphaned wildlife.

LAND & FOOD EVENTS DIARY Saturday 7 June Geary’s Gap/Wamboin Landcare 9.00am propagation session. Contact 6236 9158

Monday 16 June Taylors Creek Landcare 7.30pm monthly meeting at ‘Nardoo’, 322 Taylors Creek Road. Contact 4844 6250

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Palerang artists prize finalists

An acrylic painting by Janette McGuffog in ‘Contrasts’, an exhibition she is sharing with Helen Hewitt at Bungendore Fine Art Gallery for the month of June

'Boppings Crossing' by Kate Stevens and 'Snowy River' by Kerry McInnis are amongst the finalists for the Plein Air Painting Prize

Contrasts Works by Hewitt, Mc Guffog Bungendore Fine Art Gallery 42B Ellendon Street, B’dore Until end June (6238 1640)

Feathery Friends Paintings by six artists Bungendore WoodWorks Gallery 18 Malbon Street, Bungendore Ongoing exhibition (6238 1682)

Journey to the Centre Works by Margie Fitzpatrick Altenburg&Co 104 Wallace Street, Braidwood Ongoing exhibition (4842 2545)

From A to B Photos by Ned Bott and Joteva STUR Gallery 84 Wallace Street, Braidwood Ongoing exhibition (0430 169 836)

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Press Release Proving en plein air painting is anything but plain are artists Kerry McInnis and Kate Stevens; Monaro-based artists who are all in the running to win the 2014 NSW Parliament Plein Air Painting Prize. Their works are competing against 40 others for the $20,000 Prize, which will be announced on 18 June at the Parliament. Now in its 7th year, the NSW Parliament Plein Air Painting Prize is one of the only landscape painting prizes to showcase the tradition of en plein air painting- a style requiring the artist to

paint entirely out of doors, where they are continually challenged by all the shifting lights, compositions and conditions that Mother Nature can conjure. Carwoola artist Kerry McInnis’s work, Snowy River, and Braidwood’s Kate Steven’s work titled Boppings Crossing, are stunning examples of the genre, and showcase the creativity and variety of contemporary plein air painting. The free public exhibition at Sydney’s Parliament House features all 42 finalist works and a Salons des Refuses of

the semi-finalists. It opens on Tuesday 10 June and runs through until Friday 1 August 2014. Entry is free, and doors are open Monday to Friday from 8.00am to 5.00pm. “The Monaro is home to many talented artists and it’s pleasing to see two of them being considered for such a prestigious prize,” said Mr Barilaro. “Both entries are outstanding and reflect two unique locations within the Monaro; I look forward to seeing the outcome.” The winner will be announced at the Parliament


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Local band ‘The Broken Arrows’ (Adam Easton, Dave Argaet and Danny Velnaar) performing at the Royal Hotel recently

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Friday 6 June Music and Poetry 7.30pm at the Royal Hotel, 34 Gibraltar Street, Bungendore. Contact 6238 1219

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Friday 6 June Kareoke 9.00pm at the Lake George Hotel, 20 Gibraltar Street, Bungendore. Contact 6238 1260

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Tigerettes lose to Girlpies 3-7


Competitors in the Bungendore Womens Bowling Pairs Championship games. Lauren and Maryanne were beaten by Lyn and Chris, and Freda and Norma beat Diane and Joan. Norma and Freda then defeated Lyn and Chris in the final Saturday 6 June Social Bowls@Captains Flat From 12 noon at the Captains Flat Bowling Club, Foxlow Street. Contact 6236 6284

Wednesday 11 June Women’s Golf at Braidwood 10.00pm at the Braidwood Golf Club, Victory Street, Braidwood. Contact 4842 2108

Saturday 6 June Men’s and Women’s Golf@B’wood 12.30pm at the Braidwood Golf Club, Victory Street, Braidwood. Contact 4842 2108 Saturday 6 June Bungendore Bowling Club 1.00pm start Day/Night Bowls. Teams of 4 or single entry welcome. Contact 6238 1367

Wednesday 11 June Bungendore Basketball Club 3.15pm primary/ 6.00pm yrs 7-8/ 7.30pm seniors at the Bungendore School Hall. Saturday 14 June Bungendore Mudchooks v Boorowa at the Mick Sherd Oval, Majara Street Bungendore

Tuesday 10 June Bungendore Basketball Club 6.00pm yrs 9-10 at the Bungendore School Hall. Contact 62381544

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By Tony Rayner The Infigen Energy Bungendore Tigerettes played Yass Girlpies at Yass last Saturday Yass has had a very strong touch competition in the summer and, having some NSW representative players in their side, really know how to play touch. Coach Matt Pateman said the pace of the game was a bit of a shock to the girls at the start, but they weathered the storm and came back strongly in the second half., losing to Yass 3-7. Matt added, “The team is improving withevery game.” Tries were scored by Kody Leigh Hurst (2) and Maddie Hardgrave. Awards APG Transport 3 points: Kody Leigh Hurst Holcim 2 points :Courtney Doyle Linray Finance 1 point: Maddie Hardgrave

JUNIOR TIGERS MATCH REPORT Reports on the Bungendore Junior Tigers matches on Sunday 1 June

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Photo by Voltage Photography

B'dore Pony Club's One Day Event

Claudia Iffland-Mihaich riding 'Allengreen Charity' at the One Day Event

Trans Tasman Dog Trial By Barbare Stitt The Bungendore & District Sheepdog Club will again conduct a Trans Tasman Trial on Friday 13, Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 June at the Bungendore Showg. The judges will be Mick Hudson

from Dubbo and Paul Darmody from Bungendore. Admission is free and food and drinks will be available. This year trialers from Victoria will also be competing and Dog Pro is the major sponsor.

Junior Tigers Match Report P11 only nine players the boys took on a much larger side and did us all proud. Even the opposition coach commented on how well they played considering they were outnumbered. Every player gave his best today as a team

and as individuals. Well done Tigers. Gunna-Doo Bakery Man of the Match went to Marcos, while Tackler of the Week also went to Marcos. Well done Marcos. Under 11 Played North Canberra The mighty Under 11's played a magnificent game defeating the North Canberra Bears 26-18. The boys are back to winning form and played like legends. Tries to Harry (2), Mitchell E (2) and spectacular debut try C3

Press Release Bungendore Pony Club's annual event was held at the Bungendore Showground on Sunday 25 May. Almost every year the club holds a One Day Event which involves three phases for each rider and horse combination; Dressage, Show Jumping and Cross Country. Normally riders must pass each phase in order to continue to the next, however this weekend Bungendore Pony Club gave riders a chance to excel at their chosen discipline. Each participant was given the choice of competing in the whole O.D.E, a combination of two phases or just one phase. There was over 80 entrants, with some coming all the way from the South Coast just to use the excellent facilities and eventing course in Bungendore. The club also held a major raffle which was drawn at the completion of the day's activities. On behalf of Bungendore Pony Club I would like to thank all the wonderful sponsors for their prize donations."

C2 to Darcy. Conversions to Jackson, Mitchell E and Sam. Man of the Match to Razza, Tackler to Sammy W and MVP JC (3), Mitchell E (2) and Harry (1). Under 13 Played West Belconnen Blue

What a wet and miserable game today! Under 13’s were defeated by West Belconnen, 18/24. Goals scored by Alex (3) & Harry (1). Conversion kicked by Bill (1). Under 15 Played Yass By Jo Swindley

B'DORE NETBALL REPORT P10 Reports on the Bungendore Netball Club games played on Saturday 31 May

Beat Jerra Joey Teal, playing a strong attacking game with solid defence. Bungendore 11s Pink Scored their first win for the season against the Royals, with some fantastic teamwork, skilled shooting and great defence. Bungendore 10s Played Sunrise. The 10s moved the ball brilliantly down the court and while they did not score a lot of goals they play well together, never giving up. Bungendore 9s Had a bye

Bungendore Seniors Played a physical game against an aggressive Royals team, pulling their heads in slightly for preservation of limbs and came out 3 behind at full time. Bungendore Cadets Lost to Waratahs 13-25 but worked well as a team moving the ball down the court. Bungendore11s Black

PALERANG DISTRICT WEATHER THIS WEEK'S FORECAST WED THU FRI BRAIDWOOD Fog then sunny Late rain 1oC/15oC 1oC/16oC 30% / < 1 mm 80% / 1-5 mm 6 kph/N 8 kph/SE 58% 63%


Fog then sunny Frost then sunny Rain 3oC/13oC -2oC/14oC 0oC/12oC 30% / < 1 mm 40% / < 1 mm 60% / 1-5 mm 11 kph/SSE 7 kph/NW 15 kph/SSE 57% 51% 56%


Possible rain 1oC/13oC 70% / 1-5 mm 15 kph/S 64%

Possible rain 1oC/14oC (1) 80% / 1-5 mm (2) 14 kph/SSE (3) 64% (4)

Frost then sunny Frost then sunny Possible rain -1oC/16oC 1oC/14oC 1oC/15oC 30% / < 1 mm 20% / < 1 mm 60% / < 1 mm 15 kph/NNW 19 kph/SSE 21 kph/WSW 49% 53% 60%

Possible rain 4oC/15oC (1) 60% / < 1 mm (2) 20 kph/SSE (3) 61% (4)

BUNGENDORE Mostly sunny 2oC/16oC 10% / < 1 mm 15 kph/NNW 62%

Fog then sunny Mostly sunny 1oC/16oC 3oC/15oC 70% / < 1 mm 20% / < 1 mm 11 kph/SW 14 kph/SSE 59% 58%

CAPTAINS FLAT Fog then sunny Late rain 1oC/15oC 1oC/16oC 30% / < 1 mm 80% / 1-5 mm 6 kph/N 8 kph/SE 58% 63%

Fog then sunny Frost then sunny Rain 3oC/13oC -2oC/14oC 0oC/12oC 30% / < 1 mm 40% / < 1 mm 60% / 1-5 mm 11 kph/SSE 7 kph/NW 15 kph/SSE 57% 51% 56%

Possible rain 1oC/13oC 70% / 1-5 mm 15 kph/S 64%

Possible rain 1oC/14oC (1) 80% / 1-5 mm (2) 14 kph/SSE (3) 64% (4)

Possible rain 4oC/13oC 50% / < 1 mm 22 kph/S 57%

Possible rain 3oC/13oC 60% / 1-5 mm 24 kph/S 68%

Possible rain 7oC/13oC (1) 80% / 1-5 mm (2) 23 kph/SSE (3) 72% (4)

Fog then sunny Frost then sunny Rain 3oC/13oC -2oC/14oC 0oC/12oC 30% / < 1 mm 40% / < 1 mm 60% / 1-5 mm 11 kph/SSE 7 kph/NW 15 kph/SSE 57% 51% 56%

Possible rain 1oC/13oC 70% / 1-5 mm 15 kph/S 64%

Possible rain 1oC/14oC (1) 80% / 1-5 mm (2) 14 kph/SSE (3) 64% (4)

Possible rain 13oC/17oC 60% / NA 11 kph/SSE 53%

Rain 11oC/17oC 90% / NA 14 kph/SSE 58%

Rain 14oC/17oC (1) 90% / NA (2) 12 kph/SSE (3) (4) 64%

COLLECTOR Mostly sunny 4oC/15oC 10% / < 1 mm 15 kph/WNW 63%

Fog then sunny Cloudy 6oC/13oC 4oC/15oC 40% / < 1 mm 40% / < 1 mm 15 kph/SE 19 kph/SE 67% 64%

Mostly sunny 2oC/14oC 20% / < 1 mm 18 kph/W 56%

KRAWARREE Fog then sunny Late rain 1oC/15oC 1oC/16oC 30% / < 1 mm 80% / 1-5 mm 6 kph/N 8 kph/SE 58% 63%

NERRIGA Mostly sunny 14oC/20oC 40% / NA 4 kph/NW 51%

Possible rain 13oC/19oC 80% / NA 7 kph/SE 58%

Clearing rain 12oC/18oC 70% / NA 6 kph/W 47%

Possible rain 11oC/15oC 80% / NA 14 kph/SSW 55%

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


Week(1) Month Year So far Average(2) So far Average (3) Araluen 15.0 10.0 38.4 207.0 526.4 Braidwood 24.8 15.4 31.8 282.4 502.4 Bungendore 29.6 15.6 40.4 281.8 534.2 Burra 14.0 14.0 NA 322.4 NA Front rower Jason Reid had Captains Flat 34.4 23.2 37.2 356.8 604.6 a really good game taking the Charleys Forest 18.0 18.0 NA 320.0 NA ball well over the advantage Collector NA NA NA NA NA line. Young prop Mitch Perkins also had some good carries and Krawarree 25.6 19.2 69.1 344.3 672.7 Captain Bryce Darmody worked Nerriga 26.0 9.0 45.0 236.0 580.5 his heart out. Taylors Creek 29.5 12.5 NA 288.5 NA Winger Troy Barlett played (1) Reading is taken at 9.00am on Tuesday (2) Long term average exceptionally well for the backs for month (3) Long term average for year and centre Josh Stevens made an impressive debut. Weather forecast Awards Bungendore Cellars 3 points: provided by Elders Jason Reid Cleary McDowall Bungendore Bobcats 2 points: Troy Barlett Bungendore Rural Supplies 1 Moss Vale and point: Cameron Guihot Tries; Bryce Darmody, Ben Braidwood Rayner and Cameron Guihot, Goals: Tom Warner (2). This week the tigers have a bye due to the long weekend. The following Saturday they play Boorowa at Bungendore at Reference towns and localities 3.30pm.

Tigers fell apart towards end

Tiger Steven Death in full flight against Yass

By Tony Rayner The Infigen Energy Bungendore Tigers played Yass at Yass last Saturday. After leading 12-nil at half time, the Tigers lost 16-20. Throughout the game the referee only pulled the sides back five meters and did not control the ruck. This allowed the Yass side to slow down Bungendore's attacking options, turning the match into a very long, slow game. Having said that, the Tigers should have adapted to those conditions. Instead they let Yass back into the game through some silly handling errors and by not completing their sets in the second half. Towards the end the Tigers side fell apart and Yass broke through to score a try in the last minute of the game and to clinch the game.


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