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Considered the Golden Age of Television, the high quality programming reaching our screens owes a debt to series such as Game of Thrones, Wentworth and Mad Men and has lured many Hollywood actors away from the silver screen. The latest star to head to the dark side is Richard Gere (above right). In his first major TV role in 30 years, Gere plays Max Finch, the owner of a global media empire. A holder of worldwide influence and a lot of dark secrets, Finch is at the heart of British politics and power. His favourite mouthpiece is The National, a newspaper run by his son Caden (Billy Howle, above left). But Caden isn’t cut out for the job and is crumbling under pressure.

When adapting Victor Hugo’s 1862 French epic for the BBC, British writer Andrew Davies (the man responsible for putting Colin Firth in that white shirt as Mr Darcy) had one rule: “nobody sings”. Fans of the musical might be disappointed, but it leaves room for Hugo’s narrative to shine. Previous episodes of explored tragic Fantine’s happy early life and Monsieur Thénardier’s exploits after the Battle of Waterloo, not often seen in musical adaptations. Tonight, teenage Cosette (Ellie Bamber, pictured) and Valjean (Dominic West) make a fresh start in Paris, while law student Marius (Josh O’Connor) confronts his grandfather.

SCHITT’S CREEK

ABC COMEDY, 9.30pm

This delightful Canadian comedy only gets better year-on-year, making its sixth season pretty close to perfect. Father-son creators Eugene and Dan Levy crafted a final season that lets every character and actor shine. In tonight’s double episode, Johnny (Eugene Levy, pictured) and Moira (Catherine O’Hara) pursue an unexpected investor for the new motel. With Ted (Dustin Mulligan) chasing his dreams in the Galapagos Islands, he and Alexis (Annie Murphy) give long-distance love a shot. Meanwhile, David (Dan Levy) gets involved with Stevie (Emily Hampshire) and her plan to broaden her horizons, tagging along to a job interview for a local airline.

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6.00 News. 9.00 ABC News Mornings. 10.00 Foreign Correspondent. (R) 10.30 Kurt Fearnley’s One Plus One. (R) 11.00 The Repair Shop. (R) 12.00 ABC News At Noon. 12.30 Press Club. 1.30 Shaun Micallef’s On The Sauce. (Mal, R) 2.30 To Be Advised. 3.00 ABC News Afternoons. (CC) 4.10 Think Tank. (PG, R, CC) 5.10 The Repair Shop. (R, CC)

6.00 WorldWatch. 8.40 French News. 9.30 Greek News. 10.30 German News. 11.00 Spanish News. 11.30 Turkish News. 12.00 Arabic News F24. 12.30 ABC America: World News Tonight. 1.00 PBS News. 2.00 Native America. (PG, R) 3.00 NITV News: Nula. 3.30 Lucknow. (PG, R) 3.40 Building The Tube. (PG, R) 4.35 Walking Britain’s Lost Railways. (R) 5.30 Letters And Numbers. (R)

6.00 Sunrise. (CC) 9.00 The Morning Show. (PG, CC) 11.30 Seven Morning News. (CC) 12.00 Liar. (Mav, R, CC) 2.00 Criminal Confessions: Carlsbad. (Malv, R, CC) 3.00 The Chase. (R, CC) 4.00 Seven News At 4. (CC) 5.00 The Chase Australia. (CC)

6.00 Today. 9.00 Today Extra. (PG) 11.30 Morning News. (CC) 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show. (PG, R, CC) 1.00 MOVIE: While We’re Young. (2014, Ml, R, CC) 3.00 Tipping Point. (PG, R, CC) 4.00 Afternoon News. (CC) 5.00 Millionaire Hot Seat. (R, CC)

6.00 Headline News. 8.30 Studio 10. (PG) 12.00 Dr Phil. (PGal) 1.00 The Living Room. (R) 2.00 Ent. Tonight. 2.30 Judge Judy. (PG, R) 3.30 My Market Kitchen. 4.00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield. (CC) 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful. (PG, R, CC) 5.00 10 News First. (CC)

6.00 The Drum. (CC) 7.00 ABC News. (CC) Takes a look at today’s top stories. 7.30 Monty Don’s French Gardens: The Gourmet Gardens. (CC) 8.30 MotherFatherSon. (Premiere, MA15+ds, CC) A fractured family is pulled back together. 9.30 Marcella. (Malv, CC) Marcella investigates a serial killer, encountering a paedophile, a millionaire and a ’70s rock star. 10.20 ABC Late News. (CC) Detailed coverage of the day’s events. 10.50 The Virus. (R, CC) 11.10 The Weekly With Charlie Pickering. (PG, R, CC) A satirical news program. 11.40 Rage. (MA15+adhlnsv)

6.00 Mastermind Australia. (R, CC) 6.30 SBS World News. (CC) 7.35 Secrets Of The Railway: The Cairns Kuranda Mining Railway. (PGw, R, CC) A look at dark pasts of train lines. 8.30 Mary Beard’s Shock Of The Nude. (CC) Part 1 of 2. Mary Beard takes a personal view of the nude in Western art. 10.45 SBS World News Late. (CC) 11.20 MOVIE: My Awkward Sexual Adventure. (2012, MA15+alns, R, CC) 1.10 Luther. (MA15+av, R, CC) 4.25 Great British Railway Journeys. (R, CC) 5.00 CGTN English News. (CC) 5.15 NHK World English News. (CC) 5.30 Deutsche Welle English News. (CC)

6.00 PRIME7 News. (CC) 6.30 PRIME7 News @ 6:30. (CC) 7.00 Better Homes And Gardens. (CC) Host Johanna Griggs and the team demonstrate some terrific ideas for the house, garden and the kitchen, as well as effective and appealing ways to renovate, cook and decorate. 8.30 MOVIE: Red Sparrow. (2018, MA15+alsv, CC) After suffering a career-ending injury, a ballerina, recruited into a Russian intelligence service under the threat of death after witnessing an assassination, is forced to use her body as a weapon. Jennifer Lawrence, Joel Edgerton, Matthias Schoenaerts. 11.10 To Be Advised. 1.00 Home Shopping.

6.00 NBN News. (CC) 7.00 A Current Affair. (CC) 7.30 Rugby League. (CC) NRL. Round 11. Brisbane Broncos v Melbourne Storm. 9.45 Friday Night Knock Off. (CC) Host Erin Molan is joined by Billy Slater, Paul Gallen and Brad Fittler for the post-match NRL wrap-up. 10.35 MOVIE: American Assassin. (2017, MA15+lv, CC) A man investigates terrorist attacks. Dylan O’Brien, Michael Keaton. 12.40 Law & Order: Criminal Intent. (Mav, R, CC) A recentlyparoled bank robber is killed. 1.30 TV Shop: Home Shopping. (R) 4.00 Global Shop. 4.30 The Avengers. (PG, R) 5.30 A Current Affair. (R, CC)

6.30 The Project. (CC) 7.30 The Living Room. (CC) Amanda, Dr Chris, Barry and Miguel pay a visit to some selfless carers at an animal rescue centre. 8.30 Have You Been Paying Attention? (Malns, R, CC) An irreverent look at news, with Tim McDonald, Geraldine Hickey, Lloyd Langford, Melanie Bracewell and Sam Pang, competing to see who can remember the most about events of the week. Hosted by Tom Gleisner. 9.30 Celebrity Gogglebox USA. (R, CC) Celebrities watch TV shows. 10.30 The Project. (R, CC) A look at the day’s news. 11.30 WIN’s All Australian News. (CC) 12.30 The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. (PG, CC) 1.30 Home Shopping. (R)

CONSUMER ADVICE (P) Pre-school (C) Children (PG) Parental Guidance Recommended (M) Mature Audiences (MA15+) Mature Audiences Only (AV15+) Extreme Adult Violence (R) Repeat (CC) Closed Captions (a) Adult themes (d) Drug references (h) Horror (s) Sex references (l) Language (m) Medical procedures (n) Nudity (v) Violence.

ABC COMEDY (22) 6am Children’s Programs. 7pm Dino Dana. 7.15 Odd Squad. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.30 Absolutely Fabulous. 9.00 Extras: Xmas Special. 10.25 Parks And Recreation. 10.45 30 Rock. 11.30 Workaholics. 12.15am Peep Show. 1.05 The Inbetweeners. 1.30 Episodes. 2.00 News Update. 2.05 Close. 5.00 The Day Henry Met. 5.05 Timmy Time. 5.15 Sarah & Duck. 5.25 Rita And Crocodile. 5.30 Postman Pat Special Delivery Service. 5.45 Late Programs.

VICELAND (31) 6am WorldWatch. Noon Marry Me, Marry My Family. 1.05 Front Up. 2.05 Go 8 Bit: The Video Game Show. 3.00 Lee Lin Chin’s Fashionista. 3.10 Yokayi Footy. 3.45 WorldWatch. 5.10 Game Of Bros. 5.40 The Joy Of Painting With Bob Ross. 6.10 Forged In Fire. 7.00 Jeopardy! 7.30 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown. 8.30 RocKwiz Salutes The Legends. 9.30 Student Sex Workers. 10.25 Sex Revolutions. 11.25 The Feed. 11.55 Late Programs.

7TWO (62) 6am Morning Programs. 8.30

9GEM (82) 6am TV Shop: Home Shopping. 7.00 Creflo Dollar Ministries. 7.30 TV Shop: Home Shopping. 10.30 The Ellen DeGeneres Show. 11.30 My Favorite Martian. Noon The Rockford Files. 1.10 Days Of Our Lives. 2.05 The Young And The Restless. 3.00 Antiques Roadshow. 3.30 MOVIE: Crooks In Cloisters. (1964) 5.30 The Secret Life Of The Zoo. 6.30 Antiques Roadshow. 7.30 Poirot. 8.40 MOVIE: The Next Three Days. (2010, M) 11.15 Late Programs.

BOLD (51) 6am Home Shopping. 8.00 Motorcycle Racing. MotoGP. Race 2. Spanish Grand Prix. Replay. 9.30 WhichCar. 10.00 Jake And The Fatman. 11.00 MacGyver. Noon NCIS. 1.00 WIN’s All Australian News. 2.00 Walker, Texas Ranger. 3.00 Bondi Rescue. 3.30 Diagnosis Murder. 4.30 Star Trek: Enterprise. 5.30 Star Trek: Voyager. 6.30 Bondi Rescue. 7.30 NCIS. 8.30 Walker, Texas Ranger. 10.30 Elementary. 11.30 CSI: Miami. 12.30am Shopping. 2.00 Late Programs.

ABC ME (23) 6am Children’s Programs.

SBS MOVIES (32) 6am When Marnie Was There. Continued. (2014, PG) 7.50 Time Bandits. (1981, PG) 10.00 Hugo. (2011, PG) 12.20pm Mary And The Witch’s Flower. (2017, PG) 2.15 White Tuft, The Little Beaver. (2008) 3.40 Mary And Max. (2009, PG) 5.20 Asterix At The Olympic Games. (2008, PG, French) 7.30 The Program. (2015, M) 9.25 Friday Night Lights. (2004, M) 11.35 Turning Tide. (2013, M, French) 1.30am Clouds Of Sils Maria. (2014, MA15+) 3.45 A Kid Like Jake. (2018, M) 5.25 Mary And Max. (2009, PG)

7MATE (63) 6am Home Shopping. 6.30

Hook, Line And Sinker. 7.30 Creek To Coast. 8.00 NFL 100 Greatest. 9.00 American Pickers. 10.00 Counting Cars. 11.00 Swamp People. Noon Ax Men. 1.00 Reluctant Outdoorsman. 1.30 Big Water Adventures. 2.30 Storage Wars. 3.00 Pawn Stars. 3.30 Graveyard Carz. 4.30 Counting Cars. 5.30 American Pickers. 6.30 Pawn Stars. 7.00 Friday Night Countdown. 7.30 Football. AFL. Round 8. GWS Giants v Richmond. 10.15 AFL Post-Game Show. 11.00 Late Programs.

9GO! (83) 6am Children’s Programs. 10.00 Robot Wars: Extreme. 11.00 Dance Moms. Noon The Bionic Woman. 1.00 Xena. 2.00 Friday Night Lights. 3.00 Children’s Programs. 5.45 MOVIE: The Cat In The Hat. (2003) 7.30 MOVIE: Dr Seuss’ The Lorax. (2012) 9.10 MOVIE: Blades Of Glory. (2007, M) 11.05 Big Bang. 11.35 Outback Wrangler. 12.05am Heroes. 1.00 Robot Wars: Extreme. 2.00 Dance Moms. 2.50 Clarence. 3.00 Beyblade Burst Evolution. 3.30 Ninjago. 4.00 Pokémon: B&W. 4.30 Late Programs.

PEACH (52) 6am Toasted TV. 6.05 Dora. 6.30 Blaze And The Monster Machines. 7.00 PAW Patrol. 8.00 Totally Wild. 8.30 SpongeBob. 9.00 Crocamole. 9.30 Blaze And The Monster Machines. 10.00 PAW Patrol. 11.00 SpongeBob. Noon WIN News. 1.00 Charmed. 2.00 Seinfeld. 3.00 Raymond. 4.00 Becker. 5.00 Frasier. 6.00 Friends. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 To Be Advised. 7.30 Friends. 8.00 Seinfeld. 9.00 MOVIE: Ocean’s Twelve. (2004, M) 11.55 Late Programs.

ABC NEWS (24) 6am News Programs. 12.30pm Press Club. 1.30 ABC News. 3.00 ABC News Afternoons. 4.30 Friday Briefing. 5.00 ABC News Hour. 6.00 ABC Evening News. 6.30 Friday Briefing. 7.00 ABC National News. 7.40 The Virus. 8.00 ABC News Tonight. 8.15 Planet America’s Fireside Chat. 9.00 The Drum. 10.00 ABC Late News. 10.30 The Mix. 11.00 ABC Nightly News. 11.30 Q+A. 12.30am Friday Briefing. 1.00 ABC News Overnight. 1.15 The Drum. 2.10 ABC Late News. 2.40 Late Programs.

SBS FOOD (33) 6am Morning Programs.

NITV (34) 6am Morning Programs. 10.00 Insight. 11.00 Night Parrot Stories. 12.30pm Big Freedia: Queen Of Bounce. 1.30 Blood Brothers. 2.30 Meeting Place. 3.00 Cities Of Gold. 3.25 Bushwhacked! 3.55 Raven’s Quest. 4.05 Coyote’s Crazy Smart Science Show. 4.30 Musomagic. 5.00 Fraggle Rock. 6.00 Chefs’ Line. 6.30 Kriol Kitchen. 7.00 NITV News: Nula. 7.30 Emmet Otter’s Jugband Christmas. 8.30 MOVIE: Almost Christmas. (2016, M) 10.15 Bedtime Stories. 10.25 Tayamangajirri. 10.55 Late Programs.

9LIFE (84) 6am House Hunters Int. 6.30 House Hunters. 7.00 Barnwood Builders. 8.00 Garden Gurus. 8.30 The Block Sky High. 9.30 House Hunters Int. 10.30 House Hunters. 11.00 Building Off The Grid. Noon House Hunters Int. 1.00 Buying Alaska. 2.00 Worst To First. 3.00 The Block Sky High. 4.00 House Hunters Int. 5.00 Buying The Bayou. 6.00 House Hunters International. 7.00 House Hunters. 7.30 Barn Hunters. 8.30 Boise Boys. 9.30 Log Cabin Living. 10.30 The Treehouse Guys. 11.30 Late Programs.

SKY NEWS (53) 6am Headline News. 8.30

2.20pm Backstage. 2.50 The Dengineers. 3.30 Ice Stars. 4.10 The Inbestigators. 4.35 Odd Squad. 5.05 School Of Rock. 5.30 Miraculous. 6.00 All Hail King Julien. 6.30 Horrible Histories. 7.00 Operation Ouch! 7.35 Kung Fu Panda: Legends Of Awesomeness. 8.00 Thunderbirds Are Go. 8.20 Good Game Spawn Point. 8.45 Voltron: Legendary Defender. 9.10 Fruits Basket. 9.35 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. 9.55 Slugterra. 10.20 Close. 5.30am Children’s Programs.

Pin pulled on multi million dollar South Ballina Adventure - BY HALDEN BOYD PLANS for a $41 million private playground for one of Australia’s richest families, featuring a polo field, go-kart track, skeet shooting range and private helipad and hangar on prime beachfront land at Empire Vale south of Ballina have been shelved. A development application for the private compound and play haven on 225 hectares of land at South Ballina were lodged by Ringtank

Pty Ltd in late 2016. R i ng t a n k is ow ne d by t he Menegazzo family of beef barons, who founded the Stanbroke Group cattle empire in Queensland. Heads of the family, Peter and Angela Menegazzo, were sadly killed in a light plane crash in December 2005, leaving an estimated $499 million fortune to their four adult children. Before their deaths the husbandand-wife-team bought several parcels of land at South Ballina

for $10 million which included four kilometres of it with beach f ront age, wit h a d rea m of establishing it as a family retreat. The size and nature of the development saw it referred to the Northern Joint Regional Planning Panel by Ballina Shire Council. A revised deleopment application was lodged including three dwel l i ng h o u s e s , a10 sit e caravan park, equine facilities including stables, a veterinary facility, quarantine stalls, horse

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Sports First. 9.00 Sports First. 10.00 AM Agenda. 11.00 WIN’s All Australian News. Noon NewsDay. 1.00 NewsDay. 2.00 Afternoon Agenda. 3.00 Afternoon Agenda. 4.00 The Bolt Report. 5.00 Sports Day. 6.00 Credlin. 7.00 Sky News Across Australia. 8.00 Outsiders’ Guide To ... 8.30 Kenny On Media. 9.00 Hardgrave. 10.00 Best Of Bolt. 11.00 Late Programs.

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11.30 Hidden Italy. Noon Bake With Anna. 12.30 Come Dine With Me UK. 1.00 Poh’s Kitchen. 1.30 Mercurio’s Menu. 2.00 Watts On The Grill. 2.30 Chefs’ Line. 3.00 Spice Stories. 3.30 Mexican Table. 4.00 Cook’s Pantry. 4.30 Cook And The Chef. 5.30 Martha Bakes. 6.00 Ready Steady Cook UK. 7.00 How To Cook. 7.30 My Second Restaurant In India. 8.30 Rick Stein’s Long Weekends. 9.35 Bake With Anna Olson. 10.00 Come Dine With Me UK. 10.30 Poh’s Kitchen. 11.00 Late Programs.

Million Dollar Minute. 9.30 NBC Today. Noon House Of Wellness. 1.00 House Calls To The Rescue. 2.00 Harry’s Practice. 2.30 Million Dollar Minute. 3.30 Air Crash Investigation. 4.30 Medical Emergency. 5.00 Animal Rescue. 5.30 Escape To The Country. 6.30 Bargain Hunt. 7.30 Air Crash Investigation. 8.30 Escape To The Country. 9.30 Selling Houses Australia. 10.30 Billy Connolly: Journey To The Edge Of The World. 11.30 Late Programs.

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New traffic diversions in place during stage 4 works with new Byron CBD

WORK Is now in full swing at the new Shirley Street roundabout during the next stage of the Byron Bay Bypass. The controversial bypass which has been a hot topic for t he last 40 yea rs is expected to

help reduce traffic congestion through t h e By r o n C BD, especially during holiday periods. T here a re now changes to the way traffic flows at the Sh i r l ey, L aws o n and Butler Street intersection as part of Stage 4 of

construction on the Byron Bay Bypass project. Byron Council is asking people to take particular care when travelling through, whet her d r ivi ng, walking or cycling. There are new linemarkings in place and temporary pedestrian

crossi ngs have been flagged at the roadworks site near the rail line crossing north of the Byron Bay Railway Station. For the latest information about the Bypass project people can visit the Byron Shire website.

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Long time Ballina Shire Council contributors Cathy Hepworth, Brad Myers, Kelly Brown and Dennis Bellato with Rescue Helicopter representative John Bancroft.

Ballina shire staff dig deep for rescue BALLINA Shire Council staff have been contributing a dollar or two a week to the Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter via a payroll deduction, and as

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BREAKING NEWS

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TARGET SAYS IT WON’T BACK DOWN ON CASINO CLOSURE DECISION

Mayor Robert Mustow

Councillor Mustow wrote to Target Australia to express his and the community’s disappointment, and concerns about job losses especially at Casino. Target’s managing director Marina Joanou sent a two-page reply, which was tabled at this week’s council meeting. “I understand the concerns surrounding the impact of the

by Halden Boyd THE manager of Target Australia has written to the Richmond Valley Mayor Robert Mustow in response to local concerns about the closure of Casino’s Target store, saying the company will not back down on the decision. Back in May Wesfarmers announced up to 75 Target stores would be closed throughout Australia, while 92 will be converted into Kmart outlets. Goonellabah and Casino are two of the stores set to close in early-mid 2021. The Ocean Shores Target store will be converted into a Kmart outlet.

Marina Joanou closure on the wider Casino community and wish to express that our hearts go out to all those who are affected by the drought and bushfires all across Australia, and who are going through hardships”, she said.

“While there is probably little we can say that will change your perceptions about our actions, we would

like to share a little more with you about why the decision, which was not taken lightly, has been necessary”. “We are very aware that our recent announcement will have a significant impact on many people in Casino, most importantly our team members and customers.” Ms Joanou said the company would not change its decision to close the Casino outlet, saying that Target had struggled for many years and its current financial performance was unsustainable. “I can however assure you that the changes we have announced will occur progressively over the next 12 months, providing time for affected team members to consider other options for employment and, wherever possible, for us to support them with redeployment across other Wesfarmers businesses including Kmart, Bunnings and Officeworks”. “We acknowledge this is a tough time for our team members and for our customers, and we will support you all as best we can”.

“While we understand that not all of our customers choose to shop online, we are committed to assisting our customers in affected areas to help make this process an easier one, with a focus on explaining the attributes and features of Target online, including the accessibility and broad range of products on offer”. “Our extensive range online is considerable larger than what is currently available within our Target Country stores and can be delivered to any location or address across the country”, Ms Joanou said.

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Six Northern Rivers organisations awarded

$100,000 for environmental projects

By Lesley Apps Six Northern Rivers organisations awarded $100,000 for environmental projects Six Northern Rivers not-for-profits are set to enjoy their share of $100,000 in funding after being selected as recipients in the Northern Rivers Large Grants Program 2020, run by local independent brewery Stone & Wood’s not-for-profit the inGrained Foundation. For the second year running, the Northern Rivers Large Grants Program 2020 invited Northern Rivers social and environmental not-for-profits with DGR status to apply for a grant between $10,000 and $30,000 and to show how their projects contribute to ‘regeneration and social connection’ – this year’s theme. The ‘regeneration and social connection’ theme was partly prompted by the summer bushfires, and then social restrictions surrounding COVID-19, which

led the inGrained Foundation Grants Committee to focus on the future of the local community. The total funding pool also included a $15,000 ‘Employee Funded Grant’ created by the permanent team at Stone & Wood, who substituted their monthly carton allowance with a cash donation to the inGrained Foundation to raise the money. Awarded a $30,000 grant, the Rainforest 4 Foundation will embark on a largescale regeneration project across fire-impacted Huonbrook, Wanganui and Upper Wilsons Creek, where the organisation will engage residents, landowners, volunteers and the Aboriginal Madhima Gulga bush regeneration team in mitigating the risk of future bushfire through weeding, planting and increasing biodiversity. With $20,000, the Mullum District Neighbourhood Centre will launch a nutritional food relief

and food sustainability project for community members experiencing financial difficulty and/or social isolation, in which participants can connect and engage in food preparation together. Tweed Landcare will put their grant toward wildlife regeneration in the fire-affected area of Terragon in the Tweed Valley, which engages local residents and landowners in improving safety for local wildlife and installing waterers, nest boxes, hollows and sensor cameras for animal tracking. Volunteer-led organisation Support for New Mums will use their grant to relaunch their volunteer home-visit program for new mothers without local support networks in the Tweed Shire, with the aim to reduce isolation and create connections for participants following childbirth. Zero Emissions Byron (ZEB) will use their grant to

part-fund their RePlant Byron Community Connection Project, which aims to drawdown carbon and reinvigorate local biodiversity by, with help from local Aboriginal firestick burning practitioners, preparing degraded pastureland for the planting of 3,500 locally grown native rainforest trees, which will be planted across two community planting days. Chair of Zero Emissions Byron and leader of RePlant Byron’s Community Connection Project Vicki Brooke said she looked forward to the project’s social and environmental impacts. “When community comes together to work as a group enjoying a shared experience of handsin-the-soil, we see a regeneration not only of our once mighty Big Scrub rainforest, but also of the social strands of our community,” she said. The sixth recipient, Autism Camp

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Australia, was selected by Stone & Wood’s permanent employees to receive the $15,000 ‘Employee Funded Grant’ to help the organisation purchase musical and play equipment that assists the development of young people living with autism. Autism Camp Australia founding CEO Rachel Rowe said being backed by the Stone & Wood team felt like a bonus. “We are super honoured to be the Stone & Wood staff choice,” Rachel said. “It’s really special when people get what you are trying to achieve and share that vision of hope and transformation for young people.” inGrained Foundation director James Perrin said the Grants Committee is thrilled with the results from the Grants Program 2020. “We couldn’t be happier with this year’s Grants Program,” James said. “We received applications from 55

awesome not-forprofits in our region, which certainly made selecting the recipients more challenging but also affirmed the amazing work they’re doing for our community and environment.” “We are looking forward to seeing recipients’ different social and environmental projects come to life over the next 12 months and to hearing about their ongoing impact.” Founded as a separate national not-for-profit by local independent brewery Stone & Wood in 2018, the inGrained Foundation works to generate and direct donations to grassroots Northern Rivers charities to assist capacity-building in the region. For more information about the inGrained Foundation and the Northern Rivers Large Grants Program, visit www. ingrainedfoundation. com.au.


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School’s back – but for how long? By Dominic Feain PLAYGROUNDS across the Northern Rivers were once again full following the resumption of face-toface this week for term three. But with a stage four lockdown in Victoria and NSW on high alert, teachers, students and parents are unsure how long classes will continue. An NSW Education Department spokesperson said schools were now fully operational and many additional activities were ready to recommence. “All schools are looking forward to a great term and will return to fulltime on-campus learning,” he said. “All students should be learning on-campus unless they are unwell or have a medical certificate to support their absence. “Schools continue to be safe and operations are in line with the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC) and

NSW Health advice “All schools must be vigilant when implementing infection control, physical distancing and personal hygiene protocols.” He added that schools would promote good hygiene practices like regularly hand washing, not sharing drinks or food, coughing and/or sneezing into your elbow and filling water bottles from bubblers rather than drinking directly. “Most activities are now permitted at school and will be conducted in a way that is safe and appropriate … in COVID-19 environment,” he said. “Those (schools) that remain on hold will be reviewed during the term and will recommence when appropriate, based on health and other relevant advice.” Parents and carers are reminded not to send students to school if they are unwell, even if symptoms are mild. Schools will send students home if they become unwell, but they still

need a medical certificate stating the expected timeframe if they are unable to return due to an ongoing medical condition. All visitors and suppliers must adhere to the relevant hygiene, distancing, and safety protocols and complete all necessary paperwork. Principals may continue to restrict, limit or prohibit activities seen as contrary to the current health advice. Non-essential adults, including parents and carers, are still not permitted on school grounds or at school events unless they have specific approval from the principal. Young students are not expected to physically distance themselves from each other, though it is encouraged. Northern NSW cases by source: • Overseas or interstate acquired: 52 • Locally acquired – contact of a confirmed case or in a known cluster: 2

Under investigation: 1 • Locally acquired – source not identified: 1 • Total: 56 (53 recovered and none hospitalised) * The Northern NSW Local Health District continues to call for anyone with symptoms, however mild, to self-isolate and get tested. The spokesperson reiterated the need for physical distancing and hand hygiene which remained the primary defence against the virus, and anyone experiencing symptoms or who was unable to practise physical distancing should wear a mask. More than 4,900 people on the Northern Rivers have been tested during the last fortnight. Testing is free and available to everyone from Clarence to Tweed Heads, including visitors – check with NSW Health for testing locations. Photo: Courtesy of ABC

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COVID-19 returns to Ballina By Helen Hawkes

of people, young and old, kept practitioners conducting tests busy. A sore throat, or a cold, were common reasons for coming for a check. Face masks have again become popular at supermarkets with some residents, and many elderly residents are choosing to stay at home. The head of the Northern New South Wales Local Health District, Wayne Jones, has reassured locals that the 20-year-old COVID-9-positive woman took a number of safety precautions including wearing a mask during the flight and going straight home to self-isolate for 14 days. She developed symptoms while in self-isolation. There have been 56 COVID-19 cases in the Northern NSW Local Health District, 53 of which have recovered. Julie Sturgess, Chief Executive of Health North Coast, delivering the NCPHN program, says: “Now more than ever we need to remain vigilant about COVID-19. Testing is key to the fight against coronavirus because it helps to identify community infection early and prevent

BALLINA residents are on alert after news of the first positive case of COVID-19 in the region in 79 days, linked to the pandemic outbreak in Victoria. While health authorities have said the case, in a 20-yearold woman who flew from Melbourne to Ballina on July 12, is low risk, many locals aren’t taking any chances. There has been a jump of 50 per cent in the number of people turning up to the Ballina Respiratory Clinic, at Cherry Street Sports Club, for a test for the virus since mid-July. “We’ve seen a mix of locals and tourists, including some from Victoria,” says Cape Byron Medical Centre Principal Dr Tonya Coren, who is leading the fee-free, respiratory clinic. The clinic is supported by North Coast Primary Health Network (NCPHN) as part of the Australian Government’s $2.4 billion health package in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. At the clinic last Friday, a steady stream

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further spread.” The clinics assess people with respiratory symptoms including fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, or loss of taste and smell. They can also test for other respiratory conditions. The Australian Government has established respiratory clinics at seven key North Coast locations – Murwillumbah, Ballina, Casino, Yamba, Nambucca Heads, Kempsey and Wauchope. The respiratory clinics complement NSW Health’s COVID-19 clinics at Tweed Heads, Byron Bay, Lismore, Grafton, Coffs Harbour, Kempsey and Port Macquarie. People should visit health.gov.au or www. capebyronmedical. com.au/ballinarc to use the online booking system to make an appointment, or call 02 6685 6326. Ballina Respiratory Clinic is open from Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm.

SCU enrolments up by a third as students prepare to finish 2020 online relating to family, work, community and health (and) we look forward to helping students create new By Dominic Feain OUTHERN Cross University has survived the initial brunt of COVID-19, emerging from lockdown with big increases in enrolments for session two across all faculties. New domestic enrolments are up 35 per cent on last year, representing 2010 new places. As the new session gets underway, management has also announced that classes will remain online for the rest of 2020. Deputy Vice Chancellor of students, Professor Nan Bahr, congratulated the new arrivals for taking advantage of study as a way to negotiate the uncertainties surrounding coronavirus. “This is an exciting moment to take control of your future by embarking on study with SCU,” she said. COVID-19 has presented many challenges and changes

opportunities.” In response to the virus, SCU has developed a suite of six-month, online short-courses funded by the federal government’s COVID-19 relief and designed to upskill and retrain Australians for in-demand jobs. The most popular short-courses so far were undergraduate certificates in education and psychological science. Meanwhile, the most popular study areas for new students were the sciences (up 192%), health (up 54%), teaching (up 39%), the arts and social sciences (up 14%), and law (up only 5%). SCU vice chancellor, Professor Adam Shoemaker, said the decision to continue online-delivery reflected the ongoing COVID-19 situation in Victoria and the concerning spikes in NSW. “We are continuing to maintain our teaching and other operational activities with an abundance of caution

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until such time that the COVID situation shows signs of easing,” he said. “I understand what a challenge this is for students and staff colleagues (and) I thank them for their ongoing patience to help us get through a situation that is volatile and changing day-by-day.” SCU was among the first Australian universities to transition from face-to-face classes to online teaching in response to the coronavirus crisis. Having already committed to onlinedelivery for session two, management has now directed staff and students to continue with online learning for the duration of session three – running from October till February. University libraries have reopened their doors with reduced capacity and strict health and safety measures in place. All graduation ceremonies have been cancelled until further notice. Access to campus remains restricted and staff will continue to work from home ahead of a graduated transition back to campus, commencing no earlier than September 1, as opposed to August 1 as previously announced.


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No shark-spotting drone protection for Lennox Point By Dominic Feain A NEW squadron of high-tech sharkdetecting drones soon to be deployed across Far North Coast beaches excludes coverage of the popular point-break, Lennox Head. Pressure has been building for the new shark strategy to succeed following the withdrawal of funding for helicopters that previously patrolled local beaches during summer weekends and school holidays. Earlier this month the NSW Government announced an $8-million drone strategy designed to replace the cancelled helicopter service and protect beachgoers from shark attacks along the entire NSW coastline over summer. Ballina mayor, Cr David Wright, a fierce campaigner for shark protection, welcomed the grant following two recent fatal shark attacks on Far North Coast beaches in as many months, but he could not explain the logic in leaving the popular world-famous surf break out of the shark surveillance strategy. “We don’t have a drone for Lennox Head,

and I was disappointed about that because it is always crowded there on good-surf days,” he said. “Today, for example, the surfers were lined up like currents in a Christmas cake, they were everywhere. “This funding is only for 12 months and there’s already been six attacks this year – and well-and-truly too many deaths.” The drones will be deployed to focus on high-traffic swimming areas based on a recent Department of Primary Industry trial that wrapped-up last month. A DPI spokesperson said the $16-million trial of shark-mitigation strategies tested various technologies, including drones, and would increase protection for beach-goers. The study was initiated on the Far North Coast back in 2016 following a spate of horrific shark attacks on the Far North Coast but became mired in a series of controversies following damage from huge swells and the deaths of hundreds of non-target marine creatures. The drone program will coincide with the start of the beach season in September,

providing beach-goers with weekend protection on patrolled beaches through till the end of April, and back up to seven days a week during the school holidays throughout December and January. Two weeks ago, a great white shark mauled a teenage boy in the thigh while he was surfing near Wilsons Headland at Wooli Beach, just east of Grafton. He died on the beach shortly after as a result of his wounds. The tragedy was

eerily similar to a fatal shark attack the previous month at South Kingscliff. There, Gold Coast boardrider, Rob Pedretti, 60, was surfing off South Kingscliff Beach, north of the Salt Surf Life Saving Club, when he was similarly bitten on the upper thigh by a great white. He too died on the beach. Both deaths followed heroic efforts by fellow board-riders to save them. Prior to that, the last fatal shark attack in

NSW occurred five years ago at Ballina’s Shelly Beach when, popular 41-year-old local surfer, Tadashi Nakahara, lost both legs to yet another great white. Despite these surfers representing the last three shark fatalities on Far North Coast beaches, the region’s premier point-break will have no aerial shark surveillance this summer. The 2020/21 NSW Shark Program includes: • Drone surveillance at 34 key

swimming locations • 35 SMART drumlines in high risk locations on the north coast • 21 VR4G listening stations along the NSW coastline • The continuation of the Shark Meshing Bather Protection program, which has run since 1937, at 51 beaches between Newcastle and Wollongong • Community awareness and education programs

New look Queensland pass hopes to speed up border - by Halden Boyd A NEW look border declaration pass has been unveiled by Queensland police with hopes it will help ease delays at Queensland border checkpoints. The new passes, wh ich a re ava ilable to download online, feature a number of varying features to the old passes including a la rge expi r y d at e embedded on them. Q u e e n s l a n d p ol i c e Chief Superintendent Mark Wheeler said the new passes will not make a huge difference to motorists, but would

be helpful for officers at the checkpoints. “T he appea ra nce of the border declaration pass changed,” Chief Superintendent Wheeler said. “What that will mean is a real difference to the staff working at the veh icle checkpoints and the ability to get motorists through a lot quicker.” “The main difference to the pass is that the expiry date has been made a lot larger and is now a lot mor e prominent so our staff can read that and establish that the pass is valid”. T he cha nge comes

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fol lowi ng a we ek of chaos and traffic snarls at the border, with police stopping NSW veh icles to ensure the occupants h a v e n’t b e e n i n a declared hotspot in the past two weeks. S o m e d r ive r s h ave been stuck in traffic for up to three hours while trying to enter Q ue en sla nd , wh ich has frustrated Tweed border residents which h ave voic e d t hei r anger, including social media sites. However Chief Superintendent Wheeler said the new-look passes will hopefully help to ease

the congestion. “It is going to really i mprove t h i ngs a nd it will mean instead of bei ng l i ne d up, especially if you’re in a NSW vehicle and you have to be intercepted, if you have the new pass it gives us t he ability to do a visual inspection and move you into the priority lane to get you into Queensland quicker.” N e w S o u t h Wa l e s a n d r e sid e nt s f r om other states the newlook passes wh ich a re valid for 7 days ca n b e dow n loa de d a nd f illed in online at https://www.qld.gov. au/border-pass


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Police seize pistols and cash at Byron

Crackdown on illegal campers at Brunswick Heads - BY HALDEN BOYD

BYRON Shire Council in collaboration with the local Police, NPWS and Crown Lands, will be taking targeted action to address the issues of illegal camping, van packers and opportunistic itinerants residing in the area at the southern end of South Beach Road at Brunswick Heads. It comes ironically after skeletal remains were found at an illegal camping area at Tallow Beach as Police last week continued f ur t her investigations and specific area searches after the disappearance of Thea Liddle who was last seen at Mooball north of Brunswick Heads in August 2019. The Byron Council the growing problem at Brunswick Heads and situation throughout the Shire has been exacerbated

by the impacts of COVID 19, relaxation of public health orders enabling regional travel, and more recently by the changes to state border controls and school holidays. The Council has acknowledged in a statement to the public of the impacts illegal camping was having on the local community, surrounding amenities and the environment, with it now saying it had turned into a complex problem. “For many months we have been working on longer-term solutions to address the diverse needs of the people illegally camping and we now have an action plan in place with local Police, NPWS and Crown Lands for those most in need”, the Council said. “Our aim is to link people experiencing homelessness, including those sleeping rough with access to State-provided accommodation and specialist support

services, and to move on those who should not be illegally camping and can leave to holiday or reside in another place”. “Council’s Enforcement team patrols the Brunswick Heads area daily and our two Public Space Liaison Officers, who work also in the field to assist those most in need to access emergency accommodation through State agencies. “Rubbish removal services have also been increased to address the issue of overflowing rubbish bins in the area as illegal campers flood to the region looking for costless places to stay overnight or even longer”. Camping in streets and Reserves has been a constant problem for the Council, with it having to resort to putting on night patrols also in Byron Bay, which has grown into a backpacker and overnight camper nightmare.

DRUG and Firearms Squad detectives have charged a man as part of an investigation into the supply of illegal firearms. In November 2018, detectives f rom the State Cr ime C o m m a n d’s D r u g a n d Firearms Squad established Strike Force Myosoti to investigate the movement of firearms between states and territories. As part of ongoing inquiries, detectives from the State Crime Command’s Drug and Firearms Squad, with assistance from the Tactical Operations Unit, arrested a 44-year-old man

at the Bunnings carpark on Bayshore Drive, Byron Bay, just before 10am on Thursday 16th July 2020. In a subsequent search of the man and his vehicle, detectives seized two pistols, ammunition and $2900 cash. A shor t time later, investigators executed a search warrant at a home at Kingscliff, where they seized electronic storage devices and computers. The Kingscliff man was taken to Byron Bay Police Station and charged with two counts of acquiring a firearm without a permit.

Crime stoppers calls for community to know the signs of drug houses DID YOU know, you could be living near a meth lab or a Cannabis Crop House (CCH) and never noticed it? If you do Police are urging people to cont act t hem immediately. Criminals will go to great lengths to hide any signs of illicit drug-making, however when you know what to look

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for, spotting a meth lab or CCH can be easy to detect. Chem ica l smells, grass burns and covered windows are just some of the visible signs of suspicious drug manufacturing activity. Know the signs and report drug manufacturing i n yo u r c o m mu n it y t o CRIMESTOPPERS on 1800 333 000 or contact your local Police immediately.


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CAFÉ TAKES A SLICE OF THE DIGITAL PIE Yamba By Clair Morton

THE owners behind popular Yamba café Irons and Craig are bringing a whole new meaning to the term internet café. Since closing the doors to their Coldstream St building in midMarch, Antony Perring and David Barnier have turned the focus to selling their tasty wares online. “It was coming up to [the café’s] seven-year anniversary and we were already thinking about our next moves when COVID started to hit,” Mr Perring said. “We’ve always been really critical about what we’re doing and how we can improve, and this was a really good push. It’s given us an opportunity to do something different and keep the brand alive in a different way.” When they heard through the grapevine that another local eatery, Angourie Yum Yum Cafe, was in need of a new space to call their own, it further solidified their plans. “The universe aligned a little bit for all of us there,” Antony said. “They opened in the new space a few weeks ago, and I’m sure they’ll do really well.” The transition to an online platform for Irons and Craig has meant keeping things simple for customers – their signature coffee blend Reliable Number 9 is available to buy by the

bag or via subscription service, while their squidgy chocolate brownie and cinnamon oat pancake mixes are a “one bowl wonder”. Also, up for grabs is their ever-popular Betty’s tomato relish, a range of preserves and a new addition in the form of hand-crafted marshmallows. Irons and Craig’s famous sourdough donuts can also be ordered online by Lower Clarence locals, and are home delivered in-person every Friday. “The biggest hurdle now is marketing and brand recognition, but more than 60 per cent of our [social media] following is from people that holiday in the area and have followed us so we feel like we’re set up to be able to expand,” Mr Perring said. “We’re really excited to do something different and it’s a whole new set of skills that we’re learning.” And while there are still challenges that come with any business, Antony said both he and David were happy to leave the 4am starts in the past. “A lot of friends and family and old customers have said you guys are looking really good – that’s because we’re not working seven days a week anymore,” he laughed. “Office hours are good hours.”

Real relief for Kyogle ratepayers and businesses By Dominic Feain KYOGLE Council has shown-up its larger neighbour, Lismore, by suspending debt recovery and going so far as to offer businesses free online marketing training. Kyogle Council mayor, Cr Danielle Mulholland, said the day-to-day lives of residents and local businesses had been severely impacted by emergency measures to contain the virus. “The Kyogle Council area, like the rest of country, is feeling the impacts of these necessary restrictions – no area is immune,” Cr Mulholland said. “Council is all too aware of the challenges the community

is facing now and will continue to face in the coming months. “We hope the suite of measures we’ve adopted will go some way in supporting the local economy and protect jobs until life returns to normal.” The council has adopted a package of relief measures to support businesses and ratepayers affected by the pandemic. It includes rent relief for council’s commercial tenants, suspension of debt recovery measures until the end of the year, and the waiving of interest payable on outstanding rates and charges from 1 April until December 2020. The council also agreed to provide local businesses with

free training in online digital marketing in a bid to boost online sales and retailing and to waive fees and charges associated with routine inspections of food premises. In addition to the relief package, the council is providing local businesses and individuals with information on federal and state government coronavirus relief programs and initiatives and will help, as required, with completing and submitting the application forms. Cr Mulholland said staff would also look at developing further measures to support business as the pandemic continues and they move into the recovery phase.

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Free online drug treatment programme on offer

THE BUTTERY at Binna Burra near Bangalow is offering a new free online alcohol and other drug treatment programme for people in Nimbin, Casino and Kyogle The four-week online programme is aiming to help people with alcohol and other drug issues, without needing to join a residential programme. This time around the programme is especially focused on helping people in Nimbin, Kyogle, Casino and the surrounding areas. In response to COVID-19, The Buttery has adapted its popular Community Rehab Programme (CORE) to become an online forum that can be undertaken from home.

CORE will be delivered from the 3rd August for four weeks, Monday to Friday from 9:30 am to 1:00 pm. It will include group and individual therapy, and will also provide meditation and online peer support for participants. People taking part can access case management, advocacy and referrals to other agencies for issues such as education or accommodation. The programme will be followed by aftercare to help prevent relapse. “This concept is not only more cost-effective than residential rehab, it is flexible enough to help people during the pandemic who would

never have been able to put their family commitments on hold to seek intensive rehab,” the programme manager Tanya Magnay said. “CORE will address lifestyle issues such as nutrition, exercise, stress management, mental health, and budgeting”. To find out more about the programme people can go to The Buttery website or call The Buttery Intake line during office hours on (02) 66871111. CORE is funded by Healthy North Coast through the North Coast Primary Health Network.

Ballina Marine Rescue welcomes new vessel onboard

Councils combine for online mozzie workshop NORTHERN Rivers Councils have organised an online workshop which will contribute to a programme to reduce mosquito exposure risks in individual homes and communities across the region. They are encouraging people to register

a n Expression of Interest to take pa r t in an online mosquito workshop on Wednesday 29 July from 9.30am to 1pm. The half day workshop will gather feedback to assist in designing an educational progra m me for residents to reduce

mosquito exposure risks in local communities. Some of the topics being discussed i nclude re duci ng habit ats a round homes and raising awa reness of t he public health risks of mosquitoes which can spread things like Ross River Fever and

Barmah Forest Virus. The project has been suppor ted by t he NSW Government a n d

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Government NSW. For more information and to register expressions of interest people should contact their local Council

MARINE Rescue Ballina has added a new vessel to its fleet for rescue and recovery in the Ballina area. T he Ba llina Un it took possession of the 6.25 metre f ibregla ss vessel and will be known

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as ‘BA20’ and will pa r t ner wit h its existing larger vessel ‘BA30’. BA 20 b ei ng a smaller vessel will enable MR Ballina to help in North Arm and shallower parts of the water ways around Ballina.

BA20 is also rated to cross the Ballina bar, so it enhances rescue and recovery capability. “Thank you for your generosity over the yea rs as t h rough fundraising efforts this has enabled us to enhance our facility

to better serve you, ou r com mun it y”, a Ballina Ma r ine Rescue spokesman said, “and our volu nt e er c rew members will immediately commence training i n usi ng t he new vessel”.


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Lismore Council meetings to remain online because of latest Victorian Covid LISMORE City Council meetings will remain online, despite a push by some Councillors for them to return to their Chambers and having them open to the public. THE spike of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Victoria was one of the reasons Lismore City Council at its July meeting decided not returning to meeting in person.

Mayor Isaac Smith used his casting vote at the online meeting to have staff formulate a COVID-19 return safety plan as soon as practicable in preparation for the return of councillors, staff and the public to the council chambers for meetings and also briefings. After the NSW Government issued its public health orders about COVID-19 the Council has been meeting digitally, using video

conferencing to discuss agenda items monthly, and also at other online meetings discussing briefings and also including Advisory Committee meetings. Councillor Eddie Lloyd attempted to make an amendment to have the council return to the chambers starting at its August meeting but it was lost, with General Manager Shelley Oldham saying that staff had initially considered returning in

August but were hesitant because of the COVID crisis in Victoria. Ms Oldham said due to the sudden increase of Victorians into region over past weeks thought it was prudent to push the return of staff and councillors and the public to the Chamber back to September because of the recent spike of confirmed cases in the southern State. “Given there were some 3500 Victorians came to our region in a

space of a number of days, we thought we should wait,” she said. Ms Oldham said they would further pursue the matter with the NSW Government and Departments for their opinions on the matter. Other matters raised during debate surrounded some privacy issues by having Council meetings being held online.

Snow tumbles down on Tablelands PEOPLE needing a licence, birth certificate, or to apply for one of more than 70 NSW Government rebates will be able to visit Service NSW’s Mobile Service Centre will be

visiting the Richmond Valley again soon at the following locations and times. • Evans Head - Tuesday 27 July 9am – 3pm • Coraki - Wednesday 28 July 9am – 3pm

THE Northern Tablelands was transformed into a winter wonderland last week after a good dumping of snow blanked

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New waterfront fitness park in Ballina Commemoration Park on beautiful North Creek in Bentinck Street at Ballina has been transformed into an exciting new outdoor fitness park. The park near the Missingham Bridge provides over 134 different exercises and includes instructional boards and app integration. A shade structure will erected soon over the outdoor fitness park. It is a welcome addition to Ballina’s outdoor recreational spaces and a facility the community

has been seeking for some time. It is expected the facility will encourage people of all ages to get active outdoors. Commemoration Park was chosen as a suitable location after a community consultation process. It was also chosen as there are two children’s playgrounds at Meldrum Park and Missingham Park nearby.   For information on local parks and playgrounds visit Council’s website: www.ballina.nsw.gov.au/playgrounds--99

Self-guided virtual tours of the proposed Dunoon Dam now available ROUS County Council this week launched a cutting-edge, online drinking water supply catchment tool to help the community better understand its proposed $245 million Future Water Project 2060.

Rescheduled 2020 Naidoc Week dates announced NATIONAL NAIDOC Week 2020 celebrations will be held from the 8-15 November. The November dates follow the decision by the National NAIDOC Committee (NNC) to postpone NAIDOC Week from the original July dates due to the impacts and uncertainty from the escalating Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic across communities and cities. The postponement was aimed at protecting Aboriginal elders and those in our communities with chronic health issues from the disastrous impacts of COVID-19. Further announcements regarding the National NAIDOC Awards and the reactivation of the 2020 NAIDOC Local Grants Round will be made within coming weeks. “The NNC understands that the July dates for NAIDOC may still be acknowledged by

communities and organisations, however we are mindful that those celebrations and physical gatherings will still be impacted by the various State and Territory COVID19 restrictions and social distancing measures”, a NAIDOC spokesperson said. “We acknowledge the commitment and tireless work of the many State, Territory, regional and local NAIDOC Committees, organisations and individuals whose passion each year makes NAIDOC Week an outstanding success” “We thank you for your understanding and working with us during these uncertain times”. The NNC are continuing to work with our partners and key stakeholders to make NAIDOC Week 2020 a suitable and fitting celebration of life. This year’s NAIDOC theme is Always Was Always Will Be.

Using advanced technology developed by the Queensland University of Technology, the new online tool allows residents to fly a virtual drone over the region’s future bulk water supply system. Rous Cou nt y Cou nci l Chairperson Keith Williams said the interactive ‘map journal’ is the first of its kind for the region. “This innovative tool presents the story behind Council’s proposed future water project using real satellite maps and detailed graphics that our community can easily navigate to explore project areas and other crucial information more closely,” Councillor Williams said. “From the location of the prop ose d D u no on Da m through to sites that formed part of our groundwater, recycled water and desalination investigations, with the click of a button residents can take a 360-degree, step-by-step tour of all the new water source options we’ve looked at. “It is important we embrace new technology like this to

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make it easier for as many com munity members as possible to get involved in shaping the future of the drinking water supply network they depend on each day,” he said. The proposed Future Water

Project 2060 is currently on public exhibition until Wednesday, 12 August 2020. The proposal’s preferred option involves two key actions: 1. Upgrading the existing M a r o m C r e e k Wa t e r Tr e a t m e n t P l a n t n e a r Wollongbar and utilising the Alstonville underground aquifer’s existing groundwater infrastructure to meet short-tomedium term water demand; and 2. Ultimately constructing the new Dunoon Dam with a storage capacity of 50 gigalitres to meet long-term water demand through to 2060 and beyond. “Our new online tool provides

the perfect complement to the range of public information resources we’ve already deployed as pa r t of t he proposed project’s public exhibition period,” Rous County Council’s General Manager Phillip Rudd added. “Now that it’s up and running, we’re confident the virtual catchment tool will give residents a unique way to better understand what our bulk water supply could look like over the next 40 years.” “This is a great example of how Rous County Council is leading the way with the use of modern technology to deliver a better service experience for the communities we’re entrusted to serve,” Mr Rudd said. Rous County Council’s virtual drinking water supply catchment tool can be can be viewed by visiting the dedicated Future Water Project 2060 webpage, where the community will find various other information resources as well as details about how to provide feedback via one of the available submission methods. Before deciding whether to officially adopt the Future Water Project 2060, Rous County Councillors will consider a report on the public exhibition period’s outcomes at their meeting scheduled for October 2020.


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Tribute to Brein Bancroft

By Tim Howard LAWRENCE farmer Brein Bancroft believed he farmed the richest soil in the Clarence Valley and judging by the crop of family and friends he grew over his 88 years; he was a good judge. Around 200 gathered in the Lawrence Cemetery to shed tears and share laughs as they recalled a life lived to its fullest. His children, daughter Janelle, favourite youngest son David and favourite eldest son Warren shared the difficult task of keeping their emotions in check while they recalled a man, they loved more than any other.

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Janelle recalled a “kind and gentle man” who responded to her testing his patience many times with unconditional love. “Dad was asked once what his main interest was and he said, ‘my family’,” she said. “He showed us what it means to be a wonderful father, grandfather, great grandfather, uncle, brother and son.” She said her dad passed the ultimate character test with flying colours. “Children and dogs loved dad and I think that’s the finest thing you can say about anyone,” Ms Bancroft said. `Dogs know. They have a sixth sense about

who can be trusted, and children feel. They feel with their hearts who loves them and recognise a kindred spirit.” She also said her dad’s 66 years of marriage to his high school sweetheart, Vois, taught her what it was to be a great husband. “He adored her. He laughed and cried with her, he was dedicated to her totally and you rarely saw them apart,” she said. Youngest son, David took the microphone next to tell how he “won life’s lottery” without realising due to the love his parents showered on him, his brother and sister. But he said his father

also had more to give to people who needed it. “I came home one lunchtime to find a car I didn’t recognise parked outside our house,” David said. “This unannounced visitor had been a bit of a wild kid around town, not a bad person at all. Quite the opposite, but he was a bit of a larrikin. “He was back in town for a few days and in that short stay, he made a special effort to come around thank dad for the guidance and support provided through his time in charge of the Senior Scout movement. “If this wild childcared so much for dad that he made a special effort just to come and thank him, it

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went to reinforce what a great man he was.” David said farming some of the lowest land in the Clarence Valley also meant dealing with floods, which created many challenges. “The floods of the 1970s brought a huge financial strain,” he said. “We had to abandon dairying after one devastating flood event in 1976. “Dad sought other work and spent some time operating the Bluff Point Ferry and quite a few years doing shifts at the Harwood Sugar Mill. “He would one week of 8am to 4pm, one week of 4pm to midnight and next midnight to 8am. “I remember him arriving home from night shift about 8am in the morning, having something to eat and going to bed for a couple of hours. “He would then get up, do a full day on the farm, grabbing another couple of hours sleep before heading back to work all night. “During harvest season he’d also go in to clean out the boilers each Sunday morning. “It must have been gruelling, but I don’t recall him ever complaining. And even with all those stresses, he made sure he had time for family and always retained that disarming smile.” Favourite eldest son Warren filled in some of the “historical gaps” of his father’s life from his birth in Maclean in 1932. Parents Henry and Ivy farmed in Lawrence and drove by sulky for his birth. “He was the first son after two girls, with two more boys to follow,” Warren said. The family moved to Grafton early in his life, while the Sportsman Creek property was share farmed. Growing up in Grafton allowed Brein to attend Grafton Public and Grafton High schools, which had major implications for the Bancroft family. “He attended Grafton Public and Grafton High schools where he met

the one love of his life,” Warren said. “Mum and dad were high school together for three years, but at a senior boy versus senior girl’s netball match mum and dad jumped for the same ball. “Dad’s boot came down on mum’s shin causing some pain and a significant lump. Probably not the most romantic meeting. “But they were courting soon afterwards and were married in January 1953.” Warren said his dad completed an accountancy course while working for Northern Rivers Electricity but soon back to Lawrence to share farm with his father, growing mainly maize and potatoes. Tough times forced the family back to Grafton where Brein worked for a time with the Water Conservation and Irrigation Commission for some years. Before 1960 the young family moved back to Lawrence permanently, first living at the Sportsman’s Creek where they were able consolidate the family farm with another holding to farm 188 acres of “the richest soil in the Clarence Valley, according to dad. And it was.” Warren said his dad was ahead of his time in the way he cared for his land, using the barest minimum of chemicals and relatively small machinery to preserve its health. “One my cherished memories were on Sunday mornings, a snuggle in bed with mum and dad before church,” Warren said. “That was the only day that dad allowed himself the luxury of a lie-in. “Dad was generous with his time for community groups while never seeking accolades and always quick to help those in need.” After the service most mourners took up the offer to go to the Brein and Vois’s home for some refreshments, and a chance to share more of their memories.


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Clarence Boom Time

By Tim Howard BETWEEN tree changers and people coming to work at the new Grafton jail, there’s a boom times coming for Clarence Valley real estate, says a local agent. Elders Real Estate Grafton sales consultant Terry Deefholts said buyers have been snapping up whatever has come on the market, giving sellers some outstanding results. “Just recently we had a residential property in Grafton (address withheld), which we appraised at about $310,000-$320,000” Mr

Deefholts said. “The sellers said they wanted to put $335,000 on it, which we thought ‘ok’, let’s see how it goes with that as a price guide” Both agent and sellers were delighted with the result. “Within a week or so we had 24 groups of people through the house and had about six or seven offers,” he said. “Eventually they settled on a price of $370,000 which was at least 10% better than they price they wanted and about $50,000 above the valuation.” Mr Deefholts said the

market in the Grafton area was in a state of flux and demand could be even higher. “There’s what I would call a lot of transients moving out now as the infrastructure projects move on,” he said. “Those people who weren’t going to stay for a long time are leaving, which should mean there’s a bit more supply in the market. “But he said people had been cautious to list during the COVID-19 pandemic, even though there were good opportunities to sell. He said agents are fielding enquiries from workers at the new jail, who are sorting out finances. “Banks won’t lend to people until they can show three months of payslips and get through their probationary period,” Mr Deefholts said. “The jail’s started employing people from about April, so that three months is coming up just about now.” Mr Deefholts says the tree changers

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leaving the metropolitan centres for the regions would continue to drive demand for properties in the Clarence. “COVID-19 has probably made people want to leave the crowds for a quieter lifestyle,” he said. But he said regions still had to have infrastructure in place to make them attractive. “We know people are looking for places to have hospitals, an airport and universities,” he said. “The Clarence has access to all these as well as some the natural attractions of its climate, coast and its beautiful river.” Photo: Elders Grafton Real Estate sale consultant Terry Deefholts says the chance to shop at farmers markets, like the ones held every Thursday in Grafton, were a lifestyle tree changers were looking for when they made up their minds to leave the cities for the regions.

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Closure cloud hangs over historic Coraki Hotel

THE future of the Coraki Hotel, or ‘The Bottom Pub’ as it is known to locals, is teetering on the edge of closing its doors after its owner has advised customers and patrons that the pub’s bistro is ceasing operations. Proprietor Ron MacDonald said the new COVID-19 regulations which come into effect on Friday restricting numbers gathering at hotels and clubs was the ‘straw that broke the camel’s back’, and that the Club Hotel could be forced to close. “It’s a sad day for Coraki, and it’s a sad day for me as a business owner, and the pub Bistro will be closed until further notice”, Ron MacDonald said. “In this crazy world we now live in, it’s impossible to find and keep staff due to the added pressure of what this epidemic has created”. Ron, who employs nine staff, said a

decision by the NSW Government to reimpose restrictions on hotels and clubs because of the COVID-19 outbreak traced to large Sydney pubs was cruel to smaller establishments especially in rural towns like Coraki. “Our government seriously needs to stop bashing pubs and clubs and look at every business that has retail customers and provide a real service to locals, and the serious damage they can do to small communities like Coraki where people and families already are struggling because of the Coronavirus pandemic”. “My pub is unique because I refused to have poker machines because I know the damage they can do to our already fragile social fabric”. “As a small business owner my hands are tied, and now with new laws coming into force this coming Friday I am considering the option of closing down our only real pub in town forever”.

“If this government needs to implement a “Hygiene Manager” to monitor my tiny pub between 12-3pm and 5-9pm I will have no option but to close my doors due to this costing me an extra $1500 plus per week in wages for an employee to virtually be paid for little to no effort”. “On average I receive no more than 6 to 10 customers in these supposed peak times”. “I suggest to our Prime Minister and the NSW Premier Mrs Berejiklian that they train or implement a programme that assists all business by having those who work for the dole to donate their time and become these Hygiene Managers”. “This in itself might just save small businesses in country towns and keep our country moving”. “I’m asking for community support to protest over these requirements to allow us to be able to keep our country and rural pubs open for business”, Ron said.

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Prince Street to get royal treatment With the release of Clarence Valley Council’s long-awaited rejuvenation of Grafton CBD plan getting closer, The Northern Rivers Times talks to business owners and stakeholders about the issues they feel passionately about, and what they believe needs addressing as part of the upcoming public consultation process. Oops. Confusion often crops up when it comes to parking in Grafton By Lesley Apps THE upcoming nose-in parking trial in Grafton’s CBD elicited a huge response on social media with both supporters and detractors of the proposed changes chiming in to express their allegiances.

Hugh Ada from Ada & Flynn Pharmacy

Clarence Valley Council will be watching the upcoming nose-in parking trial in Fitzroy Street as they look at the broader picture of revitalising Grafton’s CBD in the wake of the highway bypass and the Summerland Way redirection away from the city centre. A council spokesperson said the release of the plan for the Prince Street rejuvenation for public feedback is still a few weeks away but businesses in the town’s main street are very keen to see what the future might look like. President of the Grafton Chamber of Commerce Carol Pachos said they were “very much looking forward to the whole CBD redevelopment and its associated changes including the parking.” “We will be very interested in seeing

the outcome of the nose-in parking trial. I believe community consultation for the redevelopment will start shortly as the council and the community work together and I am confident it will be an extremely positive outcome for our CBD area and for associated businesses in Grafton,” Ms Pachos said. Grafton commercial real estate agent Natasha Watkinson from NJW Commercial has been an advocate for nose-in parking for quite a while saying it was a crucial part of getting the CBD redevelopment right. “Initially there was resounding feedback that nose-in wasn’t required, you just needed to put in wheel stops. Well there’s a reason you don’t use wheel stops and it’s because people don’t watch where they are walking, and they trip over and sue the owner of the property. We had wheel stops at

Jeff Smith from iscream

a shopping centre (in another region) and people tripped over them all the time, so we ended up taking them out.” Ms Watkinson said she was looking forward to seeing what council had planned but wasn’t a fan of the current reverse

parking set up. “It’s terrible. An older man reversed into a vacant building I’m leasing in Prince Street just the other day. Also, if you are backing your car in, or if people are sitting in their cars talking on the phone and running their engines, spitting exhaust fumes over somebody trying to have lunch, it doesn’t work. “Realistically, for the future of the CBD, it needs to be more conducive to being a place where the community comes and congregates and can have coffees and finds forms of entertainment. That’s how it has to diversify. There’s no two ways about it. I could go on and on because I’m a bit passionate about the subject,” Ms Watkinson said. What Prince Street retailers think Of course, those businesses on the frontline of the CBD everyday are best placed to comment on the issues they face with the current layout of Prince Street and its system of parking. Here’s what a few had to say about the redevelopment and the parking issues: Sophie Ramos owner Deosa Wholefoods and cafe said she was “absolutely” behind nose-in parking over reverse. “I’ve seen someone recently hit, a pedestrian. An elderly person reversed back onto

the footpath instead of going forward and they couldn’t see. And the exhaust fumes, for health reasons, that’s a big one for me. We want people to sit our seating (on the footpath). We need more

Michael Casement from ESP Espresso Bar

vibrant town centre; we want people to stay longer. Nose-in parking promotes that. It needs to be more pleasant sitting out there and not having the backs of cars in your face. I don’t think it makes any difference to people’s ability to park. You have more freedom to reverse out (because there is enough space). Jeff Smith owner of IScream ice-creamery and cafe said he sees a lot of visitors from elsewhere trying to work out the parking here. “Queenslanders or Victorians, they often do a nose-in park and it’s completely awkward because everything is placed for a reverse park. I think nose-in could work well. I know myself when I park out the front of the shop, I have to edge into the roundabout to go backwards into a carpark and there’s always someone up your behind and they have to reverse to get out of the way,” Mr Smith said.

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“We also get people sitting out there with a diesel engine, there was one just then, they’ll let it run, go to the bank and come back. It pumps exhaust straight into the cafe. People are sitting out on the footpath seats trying to eat an ice cream and are getting a mouthful of fumes. The more I think about it the more I think nose-in needs to be investigated further.” Noel Smith owner Low Pressure Surf Co. clothing store was “quite happy to go nose-in” as long as they are seeing it as part of the full Prince Street rejuvenation. “Footpaths and facades and even a few Christmas lights. That would be fantastic.”

Noel Smith from Low Pressure Surf Co

He said he too had seen quite a few problems with reverse parking over the years. “Trayback utes, they’ll back in over the footpath and hit my A-frame sign. Trucks reversing in with ladders on top pushing into our awning. I even had a truck come in one day, a guy from out of town, and he’s run into the whole facade including the large awning up above and dented it all. He just took off.

Rose Covre from Grafton Fast Photos

“I’d be quite happy if they changed it but it’s a pity, they didn’t do it when it was originally proposed a while back when Andrew Kelly (Mackellys) and a few other business owners wanted to make things easier as far as parking goes. “That was when the Grafton Shoppingworld Link (to Prince St) was being built and they were changing the pedestrian crossings from one to two (20xx). They thought that would be a good time to actually change parking, but it was knocked back.” Rose Covre co-owner Grafton Fast Photos said she thought nose-in would be better than the way it was now. “Sometimes people trying to park out the front of the shop, it will take them four or five go’s to back in. There’s a number of times I’ve seen cars nearly back into the one next to them.” She said one of the downsides of nose-in could be “mums getting bubs out of the back seat” and putting prams and groceries (in the boot). “Cars will need to drive at a pace so they


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LET’S RELAUNCH The Main Street of Grafton, Prince Street, is set for redevelopment. Council plans will be released for public consultation in the coming weeks come through the place,” doesn’t agree with that. can watch and allow Mr Casement said. “If anything, you can people to back out into He said the issue was make the parking spaces the traffic and go again. a health one and the only tighter because drivers A lot people also idle reason he doesn’t have can see better. (Council out the front and they alfresco dining on the said they anticipated the don’t realise it comes footpath. loss of one car space straight into the shops. “I’ve limited our along the Fitzroy St I had to speak to a seating to the arcade section trial). gentlemen because it because if that door is Mr Casement said was really bad. I asked open and I can smell it, I with the highway bypass him to turn his car off. now open it was very He was happy to because feel dizzy straight away, so I can only imagine important to get on top he didn’t realise it was what a customer outside of the rejuvenation of blowing in.” the door is experiencing. Prince Street and its Michael Casement, I’m big on customer surrounds. store manager ESP service and people are “Every other bypassed Espresso coffee bar and going to leave here town has done that, executive member of literally with a sour taste Ballina, Macksville, Grafton Chamber of in their mouth because and Woodburn is in Commerce said across the process of doing the six years he had been they’ve been bombarded something very similar.” working there the biggest with petrol fumes.” Mr Casement said he Pharmacist and grew up in Yamba, where owner of Ada & Flynn they have nose-in, and Pharmacy Hugh Ada said learned to drive there. he had experienced a “It’s more practical. similar problem to what I see the problems was going on in Fitzroy with reverse parking Street where the trial was every day. It can take a about to occur. Sophie Ramos from Deosa customer up to a minute “We have had people Wholefoods to park, three or four back in and hit our verandah posts too, but I problem has always been times to get in. With nose-in you literally was told by council they the exhaust fumes. run the car in once. You couldn’t do anything “They don’t only come also alleviate the whole about it at the time. I into the cafe but the parking outside the lines haven’t really considered whole arcade that runs problem in my opinion switching to nose-in as a through here. It’s worse because it is easier to see solution. I’ve been moving whenever it’s a V8 car them.” my footpath sign closer or diesel truck. Even just He said he had heard to the posts as a bit of a reversing in, especially all the arguments about warning, but someone has on a cold morning it how it will take car already backed in and hit really you can literally parks away, but he see the black smoke the sign this morning.”

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CASINO ALL BREEDS SALE TO OFFER ONLINE BIDDING One of Casino’s most recognised major bull sales, the Northern Rivers Livestock Exchange (NRLX) All Breeds Sale, will, for the first time in its 22 year history, offer online bidding via StockLive. Juanita Trustum, Secretary for All Breeds Casino said the sale draws a significant crowd of large and small graziers and being able to offer online viewing and bidding via StockLive’s platform will enable the sale to proceed despite tightening COVID-19 restrictions. “We’re pleased we can go ahead with a sale this year. We get a big crowd for the All Breeds and being able to offer online bidding provides another access point for all buyers, whether it’s from home, their car or even those onsite, to ensure everyone can maintain physical distancing. We will have a screen set up onsite for buyers to view while they use StockLive on their mobile devices to bid.” NRLX Saleyard Manager Brad Willis said the integration of online

21 bidding will allow vendors to reach a wider buyer market. “This is the first time we have held a combined stud sale via StockLive. It is really going to open up the marketplace for vendors to a much broader buying audience than what the sale has traditionally attracted. There will be more competition, with more exposure for vendors’ breeds and brands on a national platform and it’s really hard to put a price on that. “The catalogue is online now and buyers can start researching the stock ahead of the auction. Plus, they don’t need to be here on the day if they have concerns regarding their health or if they’re more comfortable bidding off-site they can do so from any location. “We have a lot of support from our buyers and vendors (74% in a recent survey) to continue offering online bidding and we are working with agents to have StockLive in place as a regular and consistent service.” StockLive Manager Libby Hufton said: “We’re very excited to be working with the Casino All Breeds Sale, which we recognise as a landmark event and the region’s major bull sale. The process for anybody that wishes to Register to bid is simple. Head to www.stocklive.com.au and click on the Casino All Breeds Bull & Female Sale ad. This will take you to the Bidder Registration page,

complete the information required, this includes your PIC number and nominated agent, our team will be in touch prior to the sale. We do encourage people to register 12 hours before the sale to ensure they are ready to go on sale day. Our platform allows buyers from anywhere to bid on the sale and ensures everyone can participate in a way that suits.” The combined agent’s sale will be held on Saturday 25 July 2020 at the Northern Rivers Livestock Exchange with 11 different breeds of bulls and three different female breeds on offer.

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will take place at Northern Rivers Livestock Exchange on Saturday 25th July. Kicking off at 11.00am, there will be an outstanding line up of 138 bulls and 10 females on offer. All cattle on offer will available to view and purchase online via StockLive for buyers and vendors unable to attend the sale. Cattle on offer at the All Breeds Bull & Female Sale can now be viewed here;

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AGENTS yarded a total of 978 head at Northern Rivers Livestock Exchange’s Prime Sale on Wednesday 15 July. Numbers were down slightly from the prior week, with around 650 head of young cattle sold consisting mainly of vealers and weaner cattle, with a smaller offering of yearlings. There were increased numbers of light, plain conditioned young cattle sold. Best of the cows made to 291.2c/kg, similar to the prior week, with an average of 489kg, the top return came back at $1,736.46 for 5 head sold. Heifers topped at 436.2c/kg, averaging 269kg, with Paul & Nicole Fleming selling 2 head for $1,833.96. Bullocks and steers sold well, with steers reaching 492.2c/kg and averaging 231kg, with $1,867.95 being the top price for Kathleen & Merv Morgan who sold 5 head. Best of the bullocks reached $2,696.00 for 2 head sold by producers LW & MJ

Johnston. Bullocks topped at 325c/kg and averaged 637kg. 305 head of veal yarded reached a top price of 486.2c/ kg with an average weight of 211kg, with the best price for 1 head sold going to C Perkins for $1,359.66. Yearling steers averaged at 369kg, topped the yearling market at 315.2c/kg and Tom & VE Cooper achieved a return of $1,255.55 for 3 head sold. Friday 17th saw a Ray White Rural Casino Store Sale where a total of 1240 head were yarded, finishing the week on a strong note. The cow market held strong, with the top price for 1 head sold coming back at $1,900.00. 137 cows and calves were yarded where they again sold well with a top of $2,340.00 for 3 head sold by producer Peter Ellem. Heifers topped their market at 448.2c/kg, averaged at 233kg and top return went to SC & EJ Brown at $1,341.67 for 3 head sold. Steers made

to 472.2c/kg, averaged at 264kg and $1,980.61 for 1 head sold was achieved by WJ Somerville. Saturday 25th July will see a combined agent’s sale for the 22nd Annual All Breeds Bull & Female Sale. 138 head of bulls and 10 females of outstanding quality will be on offer. Sale will commence at 11am, with online viewing and bidding available through StockLive at www. stocklive.com.au. Anyone wishing to bid online is encouraged to do so 12 hours before the sale to ensure you are ready to go prior to the sale commencing. Please be advised that due to continuing threat posed by Covid 19, restrictions on entry to the NRLX facility remain in place, this includes no children under the age of 16 being permitted entry and the requirement for all buyers to complete a declaration at the entry gate. For more information please contact NRLX Administration Staff.

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you bring a partner only one person will be provided a wrist band and allowed access to the buyer laneways. Buyers will be asked to only be in the laneway of relevant breeds they are at the sale to buy. Covid declarations must be completed upon entry to the facility by all patrons. The temperature of all patrons will be checked by an NRLX Staff member upon entry at the gate. If a reading of above 37.5 is returned, patrons will not be permitted entry to the facility. Vendors will be permitted a maximum entry of two people. Vendors will be given a different coloured wrist band and will not be permitted entry into the buyer laneways during the sale. Vendors will view cattle and the sale from the cattle laneways. The sale will be live streamed via StockLive.

Multiple displays on site will be available for viewing the live stream. The canteen has limited seating however takeaway will be available on the day. Please note the canteen accepts cash only. Social distancing measures must be followed. Wherever reasonably practicable all patrons must ensure a 1.5m distance from other people. Patrons should sanitise their hands regularly and avoid touching nose, eyes and mouth with unwashed hands. Gloves will be provided at the entry gate but are not mandatory. Entry and exit gates will be locked, Avdata keys must be used by trucks to access the facility. Any persons observed to be unwell or have a cough will be asked to leave the facility.


22 RURAL

JULY 23, 2020

EPA orders Stop Work on forestry operations in Wild Cattle Creek State Forest “Any trees except

and Alpine YOUR Blackbutt NEWS Ash with a diameter of

The NSW Environment Protection Authority has today issued Forestry Corporation of NSW with a Stop Work Order to cease tree harvesting at Wild Cattle Creek State Forest inland from Coffs Harbour. EPA Executive Director Regulatory Operations Carmen Dwyer said EPA investigations

into operations in Compartments 32, 33 and 34 of the forest had revealed serious alleged breaches of the rules that govern native forestry operations, set out in the Coastal Integrated Forestry Operations Approval (IFOA), in relation to the protection of trees that must not be felled.

“To maintain biodiversity in the forest, the Coastal IFOA rules require loggers to identify giant trees (over 140cm stump diameter) and ensure they are protected and not logged. The EPA alleges that during an inspection on 9 July 2020 EPA officers observed two giant trees which had been felled.

more than 140cm are defined as giant trees and must be retained under the Coastal IFOA,” Ms Dwyer said. “As a result, the EPA has issued a Stop Work Order under the Biodiversity Conservation Act to stop Forestry Corporation logging in the forest. The order ensures that no further tree harvesting takes place in the area where the trees were felled for 40 days, or until the EPA is confident that Forestry Corporation can meet its obligations to comply with the Coastal IFOA conditions to protect giant trees.” This is the first time the EPA has issued Forestry Corporation with a Stop Work Order under new laws which came into effect in 2018. “These two old, giant trees have provided significant habitat and

biodiversity value and are irreplaceable. Their removal points to serious failures in the planning and identification of trees that must be retained in the forest. “These are serious allegations and strong action is required to prevent any further harm to giant or other protected trees which help maintain biodiversity and provide habitat for threatened species like koalas.” This action follows the recent issue of two Penalty Notices totalling $2,200 to Forestry Corporation for noncompliances associated with an alleged failure to correctly identify protection zones for trees around streams and for felling four trees within those protected zones in Orara East State Forest near Coffs Harbour. The penalties were issued under previous rules when the penalties were lower. “The EPA continues to

closely monitor forestry operations despite the current COVID-19 restrictions, to ensure compliance with the regulations,” Ms Dwyer said. “The community can be confident that any alleged non-compliance during forestry operations will be investigated by the EPA and action taken if the evidence confirms a breach.” Stop Work Orders and penalty notices are examples of a number of tools the EPA can use to achieve environmental compliance including formal warnings, official cautions, licence conditions, notices and directions and prosecutions. A recipient can appeal and elect to have the matter determined by a court. For more information about the EPA’s regulatory tools, see the EPA Compliance Policy at www.epa.nsw.gov.au/ legislation/prosguid.htm

Bentley Downs Charolais - 2020 Bentley Downs will catalogue eight young Charolais sires at the All Breeds Sale, Casino Sale yards, July 25th, 2020. All bulls are polled and by the sire “Airlie Kauri” purchased from the Airlie Charolais Stud. “Airlie Kauri” who is a Red Factor polled bull, has given us an even line of well-muscled, early maturing bulls for the sale. Bentley Downs has been operated by the Trustum Family since the early 1970’s. Since this time, the stud has selected heavily for amongst other things, Fertility, Milking ability and Muscling. The bulls being offered at the All Breeds Sale have been reared on a natural pasture and are being top off by a mixture of grain and pasture. Bentley Downs has achieved outstanding success in both the showring and led steer competitions. Countless carcass wins with Charolais and Charolais cross steers. Inspections are invited prior to the auction. For further information contact Allan or Helen Trustum on 66635 283.

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SUPPORTING RURAL COMMUNITIES THROUGH COVID-19 AND BEYOND: PEAK BODY CALLS FOR ECONOMIC SUPPORT

National Rural Health Alliance CEO Dr Gabrielle O’Kane

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he National Rural Health Alliance, the peak body for rural health in Australia, released a position statement today calling for greater economic support for rural communities affected by COVID-19. The statement has four key asks – (i) the rate of the JobSeeker Payment to remain the same until the economy and job market recover; (ii)

action to address critical shortages of health workers in rural and regional areas; (iii) ongoing support for rural health care providers including by maintaining JobKeeper payments; and (iv) increased economic stimulus for rural and regional communities. National Rural Health Alliance CEO Dr Gabrielle O’Kane said that it was crucial to protect rural

communities from the mental and physical health effects of economic uncertainty and poverty. “COVID-19 is the biggest health challenge of our generation, but the health effects don’t stop with the virus itself,” said Dr O’Kane. “The economic impact of the pandemic has been devastating for rural, regional and

remote communities, many of which are economically disadvantaged to begin with. “We need the health response right now, but we also want to make sure that economic support for rural communities continues until the economy and job market have time to recover. “We know that the economy will take a long time to

recover from the pandemic but that this will be particularly challenging for rural areas. By supporting rural businesses, households and individuals through ongoing economic support, we can help counter the negative mental and physical health impacts of poverty and economic uncertainty.” Dr O’Kane said that maintaining the rates of JobSeeker and JobKeeper was crucial during this pandemic. “We know that the boost to JobSeeker has meant that many people are now able to afford basics like healthy food for the first time. We simply can’t let JobSeeker snap back to its previous levels while the economic impact of the pandemic is still being felt. “Also, without ongoing economic support, including JobKeeper payments, there is a real risk that many rural health care providers will become unsustainable and have

to shut their doors. This would obviously be devastating not just for staff but for the communities who rely on these providers. “We also need targeted stimulus for rural, regional and remote Australia. This could include investment in agricultural innovation, manufacture of personal protective equipment and increased support for online university training to increase and upskill the rural health workforce. “We acknowledge the significant work that all levels of government have already done but believe there is always more that can be done to support people living in rural, regional and remote Australia.”

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JULY 23, 2020

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Popular river markets head back to reality

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and food vendors’ stalls,” Mr Brisbane said. The announcement of the market’s return comes off the back of Clarence Valley Council and market operator Live Prawn Productions Inc renewing its three-year licence agreement at the beginning of July. The association’s treasurer Phil Nicholas saying the deal was “a vote of confidence in the not-forprofit model under which the markets operate.” “Any profits from the markets are turned over to arts and cultural projects in the community.” Mr Nicholas said during the past three years, the markets had underwritten Yamba’s Salty Sounds live music promotions, commissioned work by a local Aboriginal artist, hosted a VW Kombi rally and offered free yoga classes for children and adults. “Plus, we’ve hosted the Plunge Art Market twice since 2018 and provided free children’s art workshops run by Yamba Art Space at Riverside Picnics in Maclean.” He said they had also funded the Join the Circus

THE popular Yamba River Markets return to the real world this Sunday, July 26. The monthly event, which typically attracted between 2000-3000 people, had been hosting an ‘online-only’ market for the past four months due to the COVID-19 restrictions but organisers were looking forward to getting back to their traditional roots come Sunday. Market co-ordinator Gary Brisbane said the online markets had some good moments “especially when live buskers played on our Facebook feed” but said they were relieved to be finally bringing the markets back to the community. Mr Brisbane said they would be implementing COVID-safe measures like directional arrows and queuing spots marked the ground to ensure social distancing requirements were being adhered to. “Shoppers will be encouraged to ‘walk on the left’ and to observe distancing when queuing at coffee

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JULY 23, 2020

THE TIMES THE TALK OF THE TOWNS YOUR new regional weekly newspaper really has been the talk of the towns on the North Coast, with people saying it has been wonderful and refreshing that tradition in print is well and truly alive. So our Team took to the streets and asked people if the liked The Northern Rivers Times, what we could include to make it more enjoyable, and finally how they were coping and what were their thoughts on the current COVID-19 situation.

Graeme Jones from Casino

GRAEME JONES from Casino said he was happy with the content of the newspaper, and that it was well balanced and full of interesting local stories. “There is a lot of good stuff in the paper and it is easy to read”. And on the issue of COVID Graeme said local people were being sensible. “I have noticed most people are doing the right thing, and it is good so that people are more alert”.

Brian Montgomery Lismore

BRIAN MONTGOMERY who is currently staying in Lismore is caught in what has become a COVID nightmare for him. Visiting Casino today to buy some prime rib-eye steak he said he had been abused by a small number of people because he was driving a car with Victorian number plates. “We really are stuck because we recently sold our home in country Victoria,

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and we are awaiting settlement on a new unit on Bribie Island in Queensland”. “So we have been travelling throughout NSW and theoretically have no fixed abode, so we are stuck sort of, but most of the people in the Northern Rivers are really lovely”. I have had plenty of time on my hands and the newspaper is full of local stories which is good to us like visitors to the region”.

Mary Montgomery Staying at Lismore

MARY MONTGOMERY, Brian’s wife, said it was difficult for the couple, but they were enjoying the Northern Rivers. “It is such a beautiful part of the world and once this COVID thing settles down we will be back for sure”. “Actually when it comes to COVID I think it has become too political and overdone a little bit too much, and Graeme and I have really really caught up and impacted in this”. “However the newspaper has been great to see as it is full of local news and events and it is something very special for the community which has suffered with the loss of News Corp papers”

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VICKI WALES from Casino works in providing health services through the NPS company in the region said The Northern Rivers Times had been welcomes in smaller remoter communities. “I travel to places like Woodenbong and Bonalbo a people people love the paper”, she said. “Also stories on COVID and other health matters in the paper are really good for the community”. The Northern Rivers Times Facebook page is also good because it it putting out the latest warnings and regulations and things like where people can get tested if they develop possible symptoms.

Hilton Fatt of Casino

HILTON FATT who is the manager of Kwong Sings in Casino said The Northern Rivers Times had certainly filled a void left by the demise of News Corp’s Casino Express Examiner. It is full of good

local news and everyone loves it. On the issue of COVID-19 Hilton said it was improving turnover for many small businesses. “We have seen trade increase because people are shopping locally instead of travelling elsewhere”. “In fact with this business what I have noticed is that the trend during economic downturns and recessions has been good for us because people prefer to spend locally and help support their local communities.

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LYN WARD who owns the Casino Newsagency in Walker Street said the first two issues of The Northern Rivers Times were snapped up quickly by locals. “The first issue went in just an hour which was just incredible”, he said. “Local people really love their local papers and now that the News Corp has dropped its mastheads The Northern Rivers Times has certainly filled that space”. On the COVID crisis Lyn said it had been good for the newsagency. “home more and are buying a lot more magazines and also things like crossword puzzle books and other entertaining things like board games”.


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Considered the Golden Age of Television, the high quality programming reaching our screens owes a debt to series such as Game of Thrones, Wentworth and Mad Men and has lured many Hollywood actors away from the silver screen. The latest star to head to the dark side is Richard Gere (above right). In his first major TV role in 30 years, Gere plays Max Finch, the owner of a global media empire. A holder of worldwide influence and a lot of dark secrets, Finch is at the heart of British politics and power. His favourite mouthpiece is The National, a newspaper run by his son Caden (Billy Howle, above left). But Caden isn’t cut out for the job and is crumbling under pressure.

When adapting Victor Hugo’s 1862 French epic for the BBC, British writer Andrew Davies (the man responsible for putting Colin Firth in that white shirt as Mr Darcy) had one rule: “nobody sings”. Fans of the musical might be disappointed, but it leaves room for Hugo’s narrative to shine. Previous episodes of explored tragic Fantine’s happy early life and Monsieur Thénardier’s exploits after the Battle of Waterloo, not often seen in musical adaptations. Tonight, teenage Cosette (Ellie Bamber, pictured) and Valjean (Dominic West) make a fresh start in Paris, while law student Marius (Josh O’Connor) confronts his grandfather.

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This delightful Canadian comedy only gets better year-on-year, making its sixth season pretty close to perfect. Father-son creators Eugene and Dan Levy crafted a final season that lets every character and actor shine. In tonight’s double episode, Johnny (Eugene Levy, pictured) and Moira (Catherine O’Hara) pursue an unexpected investor for the new motel. With Ted (Dustin Mulligan) chasing his dreams in the Galapagos Islands, he and Alexis (Annie Murphy) give long-distance love a shot. Meanwhile, David (Dan Levy) gets involved with Stevie (Emily Hampshire) and her plan to broaden her horizons, tagging along to a job interview for a local airline.

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6.00 News. 9.00 ABC News Mornings. 10.00 Foreign Correspondent. (R) 10.30 Kurt Fearnley’s One Plus One. (R) 11.00 The Repair Shop. (R) 12.00 ABC News At Noon. 12.30 Press Club. 1.30 Shaun Micallef’s On The Sauce. (Mal, R) 2.30 To Be Advised. 3.00 ABC News Afternoons. (CC) 4.10 Think Tank. (PG, R, CC) 5.10 The Repair Shop. (R, CC)

6.00 WorldWatch. 8.40 French News. 9.30 Greek News. 10.30 German News. 11.00 Spanish News. 11.30 Turkish News. 12.00 Arabic News F24. 12.30 ABC America: World News Tonight. 1.00 PBS News. 2.00 Native America. (PG, R) 3.00 NITV News: Nula. 3.30 Lucknow. (PG, R) 3.40 Building The Tube. (PG, R) 4.35 Walking Britain’s Lost Railways. (R) 5.30 Letters And Numbers. (R)

6.00 Sunrise. (CC) 9.00 The Morning Show. (PG, CC) 11.30 Seven Morning News. (CC) 12.00 Liar. (Mav, R, CC) 2.00 Criminal Confessions: Carlsbad. (Malv, R, CC) 3.00 The Chase. (R, CC) 4.00 Seven News At 4. (CC) 5.00 The Chase Australia. (CC)

6.00 Today. 9.00 Today Extra. (PG) 11.30 Morning News. (CC) 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show. (PG, R, CC) 1.00 MOVIE: While We’re Young. (2014, Ml, R, CC) 3.00 Tipping Point. (PG, R, CC) 4.00 Afternoon News. (CC) 5.00 Millionaire Hot Seat. (R, CC)

6.00 Headline News. 8.30 Studio 10. (PG) 12.00 Dr Phil. (PGal) 1.00 The Living Room. (R) 2.00 Ent. Tonight. 2.30 Judge Judy. (PG, R) 3.30 My Market Kitchen. 4.00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield. (CC) 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful. (PG, R, CC) 5.00 10 News First. (CC)

6.00 The Drum. (CC) 7.00 ABC News. (CC) Takes a look at today’s top stories. 7.30 Monty Don’s French Gardens: The Gourmet Gardens. (CC) 8.30 MotherFatherSon. (Premiere, MA15+ds, CC) A fractured family is pulled back together. 9.30 Marcella. (Malv, CC) Marcella investigates a serial killer, encountering a paedophile, a millionaire and a ’70s rock star. 10.20 ABC Late News. (CC) Detailed coverage of the day’s events. 10.50 The Virus. (R, CC) 11.10 The Weekly With Charlie Pickering. (PG, R, CC) A satirical news program. 11.40 Rage. (MA15+adhlnsv)

6.00 Mastermind Australia. (R, CC) 6.30 SBS World News. (CC) 7.35 Secrets Of The Railway: The Cairns Kuranda Mining Railway. (PGw, R, CC) A look at dark pasts of train lines. 8.30 Mary Beard’s Shock Of The Nude. (CC) Part 1 of 2. Mary Beard takes a personal view of the nude in Western art. 10.45 SBS World News Late. (CC) 11.20 MOVIE: My Awkward Sexual Adventure. (2012, MA15+alns, R, CC) 1.10 Luther. (MA15+av, R, CC) 4.25 Great British Railway Journeys. (R, CC) 5.00 CGTN English News. (CC) 5.15 NHK World English News. (CC) 5.30 Deutsche Welle English News. (CC)

6.00 PRIME7 News. (CC) 6.30 PRIME7 News @ 6:30. (CC) 7.00 Better Homes And Gardens. (CC) Host Johanna Griggs and the team demonstrate some terrific ideas for the house, garden and the kitchen, as well as effective and appealing ways to renovate, cook and decorate. 8.30 MOVIE: Red Sparrow. (2018, MA15+alsv, CC) After suffering a career-ending injury, a ballerina, recruited into a Russian intelligence service under the threat of death after witnessing an assassination, is forced to use her body as a weapon. Jennifer Lawrence, Joel Edgerton, Matthias Schoenaerts. 11.10 To Be Advised. 1.00 Home Shopping.

6.00 NBN News. (CC) 7.00 A Current Affair. (CC) 7.30 Rugby League. (CC) NRL. Round 11. Brisbane Broncos v Melbourne Storm. 9.45 Friday Night Knock Off. (CC) Host Erin Molan is joined by Billy Slater, Paul Gallen and Brad Fittler for the post-match NRL wrap-up. 10.35 MOVIE: American Assassin. (2017, MA15+lv, CC) A man investigates terrorist attacks. Dylan O’Brien, Michael Keaton. 12.40 Law & Order: Criminal Intent. (Mav, R, CC) A recentlyparoled bank robber is killed. 1.30 TV Shop: Home Shopping. (R) 4.00 Global Shop. 4.30 The Avengers. (PG, R) 5.30 A Current Affair. (R, CC)

6.30 The Project. (CC) 7.30 The Living Room. (CC) Amanda, Dr Chris, Barry and Miguel pay a visit to some selfless carers at an animal rescue centre. 8.30 Have You Been Paying Attention? (Malns, R, CC) An irreverent look at news, with Tim McDonald, Geraldine Hickey, Lloyd Langford, Melanie Bracewell and Sam Pang, competing to see who can remember the most about events of the week. Hosted by Tom Gleisner. 9.30 Celebrity Gogglebox USA. (R, CC) Celebrities watch TV shows. 10.30 The Project. (R, CC) A look at the day’s news. 11.30 WIN’s All Australian News. (CC) 12.30 The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. (PG, CC) 1.30 Home Shopping. (R)

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ABC COMEDY (22) 6am Children’s Programs. 7pm Dino Dana. 7.15 Odd Squad. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.30 Absolutely Fabulous. 9.00 Extras: Xmas Special. 10.25 Parks And Recreation. 10.45 30 Rock. 11.30 Workaholics. 12.15am Peep Show. 1.05 The Inbetweeners. 1.30 Episodes. 2.00 News Update. 2.05 Close. 5.00 The Day Henry Met. 5.05 Timmy Time. 5.15 Sarah & Duck. 5.25 Rita And Crocodile. 5.30 Postman Pat Special Delivery Service. 5.45 Late Programs.

VICELAND (31) 6am WorldWatch. Noon Marry Me, Marry My Family. 1.05 Front Up. 2.05 Go 8 Bit: The Video Game Show. 3.00 Lee Lin Chin’s Fashionista. 3.10 Yokayi Footy. 3.45 WorldWatch. 5.10 Game Of Bros. 5.40 The Joy Of Painting With Bob Ross. 6.10 Forged In Fire. 7.00 Jeopardy! 7.30 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown. 8.30 RocKwiz Salutes The Legends. 9.30 Student Sex Workers. 10.25 Sex Revolutions. 11.25 The Feed. 11.55 Late Programs.

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9GEM (82) 6am TV Shop: Home Shopping. 7.00 Creflo Dollar Ministries. 7.30 TV Shop: Home Shopping. 10.30 The Ellen DeGeneres Show. 11.30 My Favorite Martian. Noon The Rockford Files. 1.10 Days Of Our Lives. 2.05 The Young And The Restless. 3.00 Antiques Roadshow. 3.30 MOVIE: Crooks In Cloisters. (1964) 5.30 The Secret Life Of The Zoo. 6.30 Antiques Roadshow. 7.30 Poirot. 8.40 MOVIE: The Next Three Days. (2010, M) 11.15 Late Programs.

BOLD (51) 6am Home Shopping. 8.00 Motorcycle Racing. MotoGP. Race 2. Spanish Grand Prix. Replay. 9.30 WhichCar. 10.00 Jake And The Fatman. 11.00 MacGyver. Noon NCIS. 1.00 WIN’s All Australian News. 2.00 Walker, Texas Ranger. 3.00 Bondi Rescue. 3.30 Diagnosis Murder. 4.30 Star Trek: Enterprise. 5.30 Star Trek: Voyager. 6.30 Bondi Rescue. 7.30 NCIS. 8.30 Walker, Texas Ranger. 10.30 Elementary. 11.30 CSI: Miami. 12.30am Shopping. 2.00 Late Programs.

ABC ME (23) 6am Children’s Programs.

SBS MOVIES (32) 6am When Marnie Was There. Continued. (2014, PG) 7.50 Time Bandits. (1981, PG) 10.00 Hugo. (2011, PG) 12.20pm Mary And The Witch’s Flower. (2017, PG) 2.15 White Tuft, The Little Beaver. (2008) 3.40 Mary And Max. (2009, PG) 5.20 Asterix At The Olympic Games. (2008, PG, French) 7.30 The Program. (2015, M) 9.25 Friday Night Lights. (2004, M) 11.35 Turning Tide. (2013, M, French) 1.30am Clouds Of Sils Maria. (2014, MA15+) 3.45 A Kid Like Jake. (2018, M) 5.25 Mary And Max. (2009, PG)

7MATE (63) 6am Home Shopping. 6.30

Hook, Line And Sinker. 7.30 Creek To Coast. 8.00 NFL 100 Greatest. 9.00 American Pickers. 10.00 Counting Cars. 11.00 Swamp People. Noon Ax Men. 1.00 Reluctant Outdoorsman. 1.30 Big Water Adventures. 2.30 Storage Wars. 3.00 Pawn Stars. 3.30 Graveyard Carz. 4.30 Counting Cars. 5.30 American Pickers. 6.30 Pawn Stars. 7.00 Friday Night Countdown. 7.30 Football. AFL. Round 8. GWS Giants v Richmond. 10.15 AFL Post-Game Show. 11.00 Late Programs.

9GO! (83) 6am Children’s Programs. 10.00 Robot Wars: Extreme. 11.00 Dance Moms. Noon The Bionic Woman. 1.00 Xena. 2.00 Friday Night Lights. 3.00 Children’s Programs. 5.45 MOVIE: The Cat In The Hat. (2003) 7.30 MOVIE: Dr Seuss’ The Lorax. (2012) 9.10 MOVIE: Blades Of Glory. (2007, M) 11.05 Big Bang. 11.35 Outback Wrangler. 12.05am Heroes. 1.00 Robot Wars: Extreme. 2.00 Dance Moms. 2.50 Clarence. 3.00 Beyblade Burst Evolution. 3.30 Ninjago. 4.00 Pokémon: B&W. 4.30 Late Programs.

PEACH (52) 6am Toasted TV. 6.05 Dora. 6.30 Blaze And The Monster Machines. 7.00 PAW Patrol. 8.00 Totally Wild. 8.30 SpongeBob. 9.00 Crocamole. 9.30 Blaze And The Monster Machines. 10.00 PAW Patrol. 11.00 SpongeBob. Noon WIN News. 1.00 Charmed. 2.00 Seinfeld. 3.00 Raymond. 4.00 Becker. 5.00 Frasier. 6.00 Friends. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 To Be Advised. 7.30 Friends. 8.00 Seinfeld. 9.00 MOVIE: Ocean’s Twelve. (2004, M) 11.55 Late Programs.

ABC NEWS (24) 6am News Programs. 12.30pm Press Club. 1.30 ABC News. 3.00 ABC News Afternoons. 4.30 Friday Briefing. 5.00 ABC News Hour. 6.00 ABC Evening News. 6.30 Friday Briefing. 7.00 ABC National News. 7.40 The Virus. 8.00 ABC News Tonight. 8.15 Planet America’s Fireside Chat. 9.00 The Drum. 10.00 ABC Late News. 10.30 The Mix. 11.00 ABC Nightly News. 11.30 Q+A. 12.30am Friday Briefing. 1.00 ABC News Overnight. 1.15 The Drum. 2.10 ABC Late News. 2.40 Late Programs.

SBS FOOD (33) 6am Morning Programs.

NITV (34) 6am Morning Programs. 10.00 Insight. 11.00 Night Parrot Stories. 12.30pm Big Freedia: Queen Of Bounce. 1.30 Blood Brothers. 2.30 Meeting Place. 3.00 Cities Of Gold. 3.25 Bushwhacked! 3.55 Raven’s Quest. 4.05 Coyote’s Crazy Smart Science Show. 4.30 Musomagic. 5.00 Fraggle Rock. 6.00 Chefs’ Line. 6.30 Kriol Kitchen. 7.00 NITV News: Nula. 7.30 Emmet Otter’s Jugband Christmas. 8.30 MOVIE: Almost Christmas. (2016, M) 10.15 Bedtime Stories. 10.25 Tayamangajirri. 10.55 Late Programs.

9LIFE (84) 6am House Hunters Int. 6.30 House Hunters. 7.00 Barnwood Builders. 8.00 Garden Gurus. 8.30 The Block Sky High. 9.30 House Hunters Int. 10.30 House Hunters. 11.00 Building Off The Grid. Noon House Hunters Int. 1.00 Buying Alaska. 2.00 Worst To First. 3.00 The Block Sky High. 4.00 House Hunters Int. 5.00 Buying The Bayou. 6.00 House Hunters International. 7.00 House Hunters. 7.30 Barn Hunters. 8.30 Boise Boys. 9.30 Log Cabin Living. 10.30 The Treehouse Guys. 11.30 Late Programs.

SKY NEWS (53) 6am Headline News. 8.30

2.20pm Backstage. 2.50 The Dengineers. 3.30 Ice Stars. 4.10 The Inbestigators. 4.35 Odd Squad. 5.05 School Of Rock. 5.30 Miraculous. 6.00 All Hail King Julien. 6.30 Horrible Histories. 7.00 Operation Ouch! 7.35 Kung Fu Panda: Legends Of Awesomeness. 8.00 Thunderbirds Are Go. 8.20 Good Game Spawn Point. 8.45 Voltron: Legendary Defender. 9.10 Fruits Basket. 9.35 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. 9.55 Slugterra. 10.20 Close. 5.30am Children’s Programs.

11.30 Hidden Italy. Noon Bake With Anna. 12.30 Come Dine With Me UK. 1.00 Poh’s Kitchen. 1.30 Mercurio’s Menu. 2.00 Watts On The Grill. 2.30 Chefs’ Line. 3.00 Spice Stories. 3.30 Mexican Table. 4.00 Cook’s Pantry. 4.30 Cook And The Chef. 5.30 Martha Bakes. 6.00 Ready Steady Cook UK. 7.00 How To Cook. 7.30 My Second Restaurant In India. 8.30 Rick Stein’s Long Weekends. 9.35 Bake With Anna Olson. 10.00 Come Dine With Me UK. 10.30 Poh’s Kitchen. 11.00 Late Programs.

Million Dollar Minute. 9.30 NBC Today. Noon House Of Wellness. 1.00 House Calls To The Rescue. 2.00 Harry’s Practice. 2.30 Million Dollar Minute. 3.30 Air Crash Investigation. 4.30 Medical Emergency. 5.00 Animal Rescue. 5.30 Escape To The Country. 6.30 Bargain Hunt. 7.30 Air Crash Investigation. 8.30 Escape To The Country. 9.30 Selling Houses Australia. 10.30 Billy Connolly: Journey To The Edge Of The World. 11.30 Late Programs.

Sports First. 9.00 Sports First. 10.00 AM Agenda. 11.00 WIN’s All Australian News. Noon NewsDay. 1.00 NewsDay. 2.00 Afternoon Agenda. 3.00 Afternoon Agenda. 4.00 The Bolt Report. 5.00 Sports Day. 6.00 Credlin. 7.00 Sky News Across Australia. 8.00 Outsiders’ Guide To ... 8.30 Kenny On Media. 9.00 Hardgrave. 10.00 Best Of Bolt. 11.00 Late Programs. Please Note: Programs are correct at the time of print and are subject to change by the Networks.


SATURDAY, July 25 ABC (2)

SBS (3)

PRIME7 (6)

NBN (8, 80)

WIN (5)

6.00 Rage. (PG) 7.00 Weekend Breakfast. 10.00 Rage. (PG) 12.00 ABC News At Noon. 12.30 The Sound. (PG, R) 1.25 MOVIE: Heartbreak Kid. (1993, Mdlns, R) 3.00 Dream Gardens. (R, CC) 3.30 Escape From The City. (PG, R, CC) 4.30 Landline. (R, CC) 5.00 Soccer. A-League. Round 26. Wellington Phoenix v Adelaide United.

6.00 WorldWatch. 8.40 French News. 9.30 Greek News. 10.30 German News. 11.00 Spanish News. 11.30 Turkish News. 12.00 Arabic News F24. 12.30 ABC America: World News Tonight. 1.00 PBS News. 2.00 NBA Spotlight. (R) 2.30 Figure Skating. (CC) 2019 ISU World C’ships. Men’s competition. 4.00 Gadget Man. (R) 4.30 Chasing The Midnight Sun. 5.30 WWII Battles For Europe. (PG)

6.00 Shopping. 7.00 Weekend Sunrise. 10.00 Morning Show. (PG) 12.00 World’s Most Extreme. (PG, R) 1.00 Dads Make You Laugh Out Loud. (PGsv, R) 2.00 To Be Advised. 4.00 Better Homes. (R) 5.00 Seven News At 5. (CC) 5.30 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line. (PG, R, CC)

6.00 Ellen DeGeneres. (PG, R) 7.00 Weekend Today. 10.00 Today Extra: Saturday. (PG) 12.00 Award Winning Tasmania. 12.30 Christmas In July: The Nutcracker. 1.30 Delish. (R, CC) 2.00 The Voice. (PGl, R, CC) 4.00 Tipping Point. (PG, R, CC) 5.00 News: First At Five. (CC) 5.30 Getaway. (PG, CC)

6.00 Morning Programs. 8.00 All 4 Adventure. (PGl, R) 9.00 WhichCar. (PG, R) 9.30 St10. (PG) 12.00 The Children’s Hospital. (PGa, R) 12.40 The Living Room. (R) 1.40 Farm To Fork. (R) 2.00 Pooches At Play. 2.30 GCBC. (R) 3.00 What’s Up Down Under. 3.30 My Market Kitchen. (R) 4.00 Everyday Gourmet. (R) 4.30 Taste Of Australia With Hayden Quinn. (Return) 5.00 News.

7.00 ABC News. (CC) Takes a look at today’s top stories. 7.30 Shakespeare And Hathaway. (PG, CC) Frank and Lu are hired by a pub manager to to locate a stolen photograph. 8.15 Les Misérables. (Mav, CC) A teenage Cosette begins to question her closeted life in the convent. 9.20 Miniseries: Thirteen. (Mal, R, CC) Part 2 of 5. The arrival of a team from Scotland Yard puts Ivy under pressure to relive her ordeal. 10.20 The Good Karma Hospital. (Ma, R, CC) Gabriel and Aisha grow closer. 11.05 Rage. (MA15+adhlnsv) Music video clips.

6.30 SBS World News. (CC) 7.35 Chris Tarrant’s Extreme Railway Journeys. (PG, CC) 8.30 MOVIE: Chappaquiddick. (2017, Mal, R, CC) US senator Ted Kennedy’s life and career are derailed in the aftermath of a fatal car accident in 1969. Jason Clarke, Ed Helms. 10.25 Birth Of A Movement. (Mav, R, CC) 11.25 Luther. (MA15+av, R, CC) 4.30 Great British Railway Journeys. (R, CC) 5.00 CGTN English News. (CC) 5.15 NHK World English News. (CC) 5.30 Deutsche Welle English News. (CC)

6.00 Seven News. (CC) 7.00 Border Patrol. (PG, CC) Immigration catch a so-called fisherman. 7.30 MOVIE: Safe House. (2012, Mlv, R, CC) After being tasked with looking after a fugitive in a safe house, a CIA agent must defend himself and his charge. Denzel Washington, Ryan Reynolds. 9.40 MOVIE: Clash Of The Titans. (2010, Mv, R, CC) A king recruits a warrior in an effort to find a way to prevent his daughter from being sacrificed to the gods. Sam Worthington, Ralph Fiennes, Gemma Arterton. 11.40 To Be Advised. 1.00 Home Shopping.

6.00 NBN News. (CC) 7.00 A Current Affair. (CC) 7.30 MOVIE: The Mummy. (2017, Mhv, R, CC) A soldier battles an ancient mummy. Tom Cruise, Sofia Boutella. 9.45 MOVIE: The Legend Of Tarzan. (2016, Mav, R, CC) Tarzan returns to the Congo. Alexander Skarsgård, Margot Robbie. 11.50 MOVIE: Starting Over. (1979, Mal, CC) Burt Reynolds. 1.40 Delish. (R, CC) 2.00 TV Shop: Home Shopping. (R) 4.30 Global Shop. 5.00 TV Shop: Home Shopping. (R) 5.30 Wesley Impact. (PG, CC)

6.00 Secret Life Of Four Year Olds. (R, CC) Follows the live of four-year-old children. 7.00 The Children’s Hospital. (PGa, CC) Narrated by David Tennant. 7.40 Ambulance. (CC) The service faces a busy night. 8.50 Beecham House. (M, CC) A person close within the household reveals his true colours with dangerous consequences. 9.50 MOVIE: Ocean’s Thirteen. (2007, PGlsv, R, CC) The team pulls off one last heist. George Clooney, Brad Pitt. 12.15 Tommy. (Mv, R, CC) 1.00 Home Shopping. (R) 5.00 Hour Of Power.

CONSUMER ADVICE (P) Pre-school (C) Children (PG) Parental Guidance Recommended (M) Mature Audiences (MA15+) Mature Audiences Only (AV15+) Extreme Adult Violence (R) Repeat (CC) Closed Captions (a) Adult themes (d) Drug references (h) Horror (s) Sex references (l) Language (m) Medical procedures (n) Nudity (v) Violence.

ABC COMEDY (22)

6am Children’s Programs. 7.15pm Odd Squad. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Would I Lie To You? 8.30 Live From The BBC. 9.15 QI. 10.15 Whose Line Is It Anyway? 11.00 Motherland. 11.30 Friday Night Dinner. 11.55 The Trip To Italy. 12.30am Absolutely Fabulous. 1.00 Live At The Apollo. 1.45 Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled. 2.30 News Update. 2.35 Close. 5.00 The Day Henry Met. 5.05 Late Programs.

VICELAND (31) 6am WorldWatch. Noon The Good Doctor: Korea. 1.15 The Cleveland Strangler. 2.05 Lee Lin Chin’s Fashionista. 2.15 New Girl. 2.40 Insight. 3.40 WorldWatch. 5.05 Happy Endings. 6.45 Meet The Polygamists. 7.40 Stargate SG-1. 8.30 Ancient Aliens. 9.20 Fear The Walking Dead. 11.10 Original Sin: Sex. 12.05am MOVIE: The Delta Force. (1986, MA15+) 2.25 France 24. 3.00 Late Programs.

7TWO (62) 6am Home Shopping. 8.00 Travel Oz. 9.30 NBC Today. 11.30 Mighty Ships. 12.30pm Air Crash Investigation. 1.30 A Moveable Feast. 2.00 Intolerant Cooks. 2.30 The Great Australian Doorstep. 3.00 Rugby Union. Shute Shield. Round 2. Eastern Suburbs v West Harbour. 5.00 Sydney Weekender. 5.30 60 Minute Makeover. 6.30 The Yorkshire Vet. 8.30 Escape To The Country. 11.30 Late Programs.

9GEM (82) 6am Newstyle Direct. 6.30 TV Shop: Home Shopping. 10.00 The Avengers. 11.00 MOVIE: The Tales Of Hoffmann. (1951) 1.30pm MOVIE: The Happiest Days Of Your Life. (1950) 3.15 MOVIE: The Woman In The Window. (1944, PG) 5.15 MOVIE: Paris When It Sizzles. (1964) 7.30 MOVIE: The Talented Mr Ripley. (1999, M) 10.20 MOVIE: Return Of The Seven. (1966, M) 12.20am Late Programs.

BOLD (51) 6am Morning Programs. 10.00 MacGyver. 11.00 Diagnosis Murder. Noon Motor Racing. Dunlop Super2 Championship. Round 2. 1.00 Rocky Mountain Railroad. 2.00 One Strange Rock. 3.00 Bondi Rescue. 3.30 Driven Not Hidden. 4.00 WhichCar. 4.30 Mighty Machines. 5.00 Escape Fishing. 5.30 ST: Voyager. 6.30 MacGyver. 7.30 NCIS. 8.30 NCIS: New Orleans. 10.20 Hawaii Five-O. 11.15 Late Programs.

ABC ME (23)

6am Children’s Programs. 3.05pm The Legend Of Korra. (Final) 3.30 Dragon Ball Super. 4.10 The Inbestigators. 4.35 Odd Squad. 5.05 School Of Rock. 5.30 Miraculous. 6.00 All Hail King Julien. 6.30 The Crystal Maze. 7.15 Fierce. (Final) 8.15 Thunderbirds Are Go. 8.50 Teenage Fairytale Dropouts. 9.05 So Awkward. 9.30 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. 9.55 Slugterra. 10.20 Close. 5.30am Children’s Programs.

SBS MOVIES (32) 6am Mary And Max. Continued. (2009, PG) 7.05 Asterix At The Olympic Games. (2008, PG, French) 9.15 Monkey King: The Hero. (2016, PG) 10.50 Time Bandits. (1981, PG) 1pm Orlando. (1992, PG) 2.45 Opal Dream. (2006, PG) 4.20 Mary And The Witch’s Flower. (2017, PG) 6.15 Chariots Of Fire. (1981, PG) 8.30 The Boxer. (1997, M) 10.35 Sink Or Swim. (2018, M, French) 12.50am Late Programs.

7MATE (63) 6am Morning Programs. 11.30 Life Off Road. Noon Counting Cars. 12.30 Timbersports. 1.00 Blokesworld. 1.30 Step Outside With Paul Burt. 2.00 Counting Cars. 2.30 Fishing And Adventure. 3.00 Pawn Stars. 3.30 Football. AFL. Round 8. Sydney v Hawthorn. 6.00 Highway Thru Hell USA. 7.00 AFL Pre-Game Show. 7.30 Football. AFL. Round 8. Port Adelaide v St Kilda. 10.00 AFL Post-Game Show. 10.45 Late Programs.

9GO! (83) 6am Children’s Programs. 2pm BattleBots. 3.00 The Road Trick. 3.30 The Xtreme Collxtion. 4.30 Peaking. 5.00 Children’s Programs. 5.15 MOVIE: Chicken Run. (2000) 7.00 MOVIE: Despicable Me 2. (2013, PG) 9.00 MOVIE: The Lost World: Jurassic Park. (1997, PG) 11.30 Outback Wrangler. Midnight Heroes. 1.00 Manifest. 2.00 Wife Swap US. 3.00 Power Rangers Super Beast Morphers. 3.30 Late Programs.

PEACH (52) 6am Morning Programs. 7.30 PAW Patrol. 8.00 Totally Wild. 8.30 Kuu Kuu Harajuku. 9.05 Butterbean’s Cafe. 9.30 Blaze And The Monster Machines. 10.00 PAW Patrol. 11.00 SpongeBob. Noon Raymond. 12.30 The Neighborhood. 1.30 Man With A Plan. 2.30 Seinfeld. 3.30 To Be Advised. 5.00 Will & Grace. 6.00 Friends. 7.30 Kojak. 8.30 Columbo. 10.00 The Graham Norton Show. 11.00 Late Programs.

ABC NEWS (24) 6am News Programs. 3pm ABC News. 3.30 Kurt Fearnley’s One Plus One. 4.00 ABC News. 4.30 Close Of Business. 5.00 ABC News. 5.30 The Mix. 6.00 ABC News Weekend. 6.15 Planet America’s Fireside Chat. 7.00 ABC News Weekend. 7.30 Back Roads. 8.00 ABC News Weekend. 8.10 Four Corners. 9.00 ABC News Weekend. 9.30 Foreign Correspondent. 10.00 ABC News. 10.30 Late Programs.

SBS FOOD (33) 6am Morning Programs. 1pm Poh’s Kitchen. 1.30 Cook’s Pantry. 2.00 Saturday Kitchen. 3.00 The Good Cooks. 3.30 Michela’s Classic Italian. 4.00 Cook And The Chef. 5.30 Great British Road Trip. 6.30 Taste Of Italian Opera. 7.35 Silvia Colloca’s Cook Like An Italian. 8.00 Poh & Co. 8.30 Rhodes Across Italy. 9.35 The Hairy Bikers’ Food Tour Of Britain. 10.30 Destination Flavour. 11.00 Late Programs.

NITV (34) 6am Morning Programs. 1.45pm Shimasani. 2.00 Jupurrurla: Man Of Media. 2.30 Baseball. ABL. Replay. 5.00 Intune 08: The Flood Concert. 6.00 Going Places. 7.00 Yokayi Footy. 7.30 NITV News Update. 7.35 Through The Wormhole With Morgan Freeman. 8.25 Peace River Rising. 8.35 MOVIE: Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale. (2010, M) 10.05 Biggie And Tupac. 11.35 Late Programs.

9LIFE (84) 6am Morning Programs. 10.30 Barnwood Builders. 11.30 Best Of Postcards. Noon Getaway. 12.30 Buying RVs. 1.00 Delish. 1.30 Buying The Bayou. 2.30 Boise Boys. 3.30 The Treehouse Guys. 4.30 Log Cabin Living. 5.30 Barn Hunters. 6.30 Texas Flip And Move. 7.30 Beachfront Bargain Hunt. 8.30 Masters Of Flip. 9.30 House Hunters International. 10.30 House Hunters Reno. 11.30 Late Programs.

SKY NEWS (53)

6am Morning Programs. 9.00 Sports Saturday. 10.00 Sports Saturday. 11.00 Sports Saturday. Noon Sports Saturday. 1.00 Sports Saturday. 2.00 Sports Saturday. 3.00 Sports Saturday. 4.00 Sports Saturday. 5.00 Sports Saturday. 6.00 Sports Saturday. 7.00 Sports Saturday. 8.00 Sports Saturday. 9.00 Sports Saturday. 10.00 Full Time Live. 11.00 Late Programs.

SUNDAY, July 26 ABC (2)

SBS (3)

PRIME7 (6)

NBN (8, 80)

WIN (5)

6.00 Rage. (PG) 7.00 Weekend Breakfast. 9.00 Insiders. 10.00 Offsiders. 10.30 World This Week. (R) 11.00 Compass. (PGa, R) 11.30 Praise. (R) 12.00 ABC News At Noon. 12.30 Landline. 1.30 Monty Don’s French Gardens. (R) 2.30 Restoration Australia. (R) 3.30 Silvia’s Italian Table. (PG, R) 4.00 Todd Sampson’s Life On The Line. (PG, R) 4.30 The Mix. (R) 5.00 Hard Quiz. (PG, R) 5.30 The Sound.

6.00 WorldWatch. 8.40 French News. 9.30 Greek News. 10.30 German News. 11.00 Spanish News. 11.30 Turkish News. 12.00 Arabic News F24. 12.30 ABC America: World News Tonight. 1.00 Speedweek. 3.00 Cycling. (CC) Virtual Race Across America. H’lights. 4.00 Running Wild With Derek Hough. (PGal, R) 4.50 Railway Journeys UK. (PG, R) 5.25 WWII Battles For Europe. (PG)

6.00 Shopping. 7.00 Weekend Sunrise. 10.00 Morning Show. (PG) 12.00 House Of Wellness. (PG) 1.00 Business Builders. (PG) 1.30 MOVIE: Message In A Bottle. (1999, PGals, R, CC) 4.00 Better Homes And Gardens. (R, CC) 5.00 Seven News At 5. (CC) 5.30 Sydney Weekender. (CC)

6.00 Animal Tales. (PG) 7.00 Weekend Today. 10.00 Sports Sunday. (PG, CC) 11.00 NRL Sunday Footy Show. (PG, CC) 1.00 World’s Greatest Animal Encounters. (R, CC) 2.00 Getaway. (PG, R, CC) 2.30 Driving Test. (PGl, R, CC) 3.00 Rugby League. (CC) NRL. Round 11. Gold Coast Titans v Penrith Panthers.

6.00 Mass. 6.30 Hillsong. 7.00 Leading The Way. (R) 7.30 Fishing Aust. (R) 8.00 My Market Kitchen. (R) 8.30 The Living Room. (R) 9.30 St10. (PG) 12.00 To Be Advised. 2.00 Luxury Escapes. (PG, R) 2.30 Australia By Design: Architecture. 3.00 Australia By Design: Interiors. 3.30 Everyday Gourmet. (R) 4.00 WhichCar. (PG) 4.30 RPM. 5.00 10 News First. (CC)

6.30 Compass: Justin O’Brien – The Sacred Music Of Colour. (PG, CC) 7.00 ABC News Sunday. (CC) 7.40 Grand Designs Revisited. (Final, CC) Hosted by Kevin McCloud. 8.30 Vera. (Ma, CC) DCI Vera Stanhope investigates when the body of a businesswomen’s sister is found in the river. 10.00 Vanity Fair. (PG, R, CC) Becky moves in with Matilda Crawley. 10.50 The Bletchley Circle: San Francisco. (PG, R, CC) 11.35 Happy Valley. (Mlv, R, CC) 1.40 Rage. (MA15+adhlnsv) 3.00 Happy Valley. (Mlv, R, CC) 5.00 Insiders. (R, CC)

6.30 SBS World News. (CC) 7.30 Secrets Of The Angkor Empire. (PGa, CC) Takes a look at the Khmer civilisation. 8.30 Pompeii: Life Before Death. (PG, R, CC) Using the latest technology, a team of experts sees for the first time what lies beneath Pompeii. 10.15 MOVIE: Man On Wire. (2008, PGn, R, CC) Philippe Petit. 12.00 Luther. (MA15+av, R, CC) 4.00 ADHD And Me. (Mal, R, CC) 5.00 CGTN English News. (CC) 5.15 NHK World English News. (CC) 5.30 Deutsche Welle English News. (CC)

6.00 Seven News. (CC) 7.00 Farmer Wants A Wife. (Return, PGal, CC) Hosted by Natalie Gruzlewski. 8.30 Between Two Worlds. (Premiere, Mals, CC) A harsh and extremely wealthy businessman fights to dominate his family as he faces his own mortality. 9.30 Liar. (Return, Mav, CC) Three weeks after his disappearance, Andrew’s body is found on the Kent marshes. 10.30 Autopsy USA. (MA15+adv, CC) 11.30 The Blacklist. (Final, MA15+v, CC) 12.30 Home Shopping. 5.00 Seven Early News. (CC) 5.30 Sunrise. (CC)

6.00 NBN News. (CC) 7.00 Australian Ninja Warrior. (Return, PG, CC) 8.50 60 Minutes. (CC) 9.50 Nine News Late. (CC) 10.50 Cold Case: New Leads Wanted. (CC) 11.50 Mysteries And Scandals. (MA15+asv, CC) 12.45 World’s Greatest Animal Encounters. (R, CC) 1.35 Hayley & Lauren’s Adelady. (CC) 2.00 TV Shop: Home Shopping. 2.30 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo. (R) 3.00 TV Shop. 4.00 Animal Tales. (PG, R) 5.00 News. 5.30 Today.

6.30 The Sunday Project. (CC) A look at the day’s news. 7.30 Bachelor In Paradise. (PGls, CC) A lucky single has the chance to quiz the group and take their pick on a romantic blind date by the water. 9.00 FBI. (Mv, CC) After the son of a prominent mummy blogger is kidnapped, the FBI must search through her two million followers to find the culprit, who may have staked out her house by viewing her vlog posts. 11.00 NCIS. (Mav, R, CC) 12.00 The Sunday Project. (R, CC) 1.00 Home Shopping. (R) 4.30 CBS This Morning. (CC)

CONSUMER ADVICE (P) Pre-school (C) Children (PG) Parental Guidance Recommended (M) Mature Audiences (MA15+) Mature Audiences Only (AV15+) Extreme Adult Violence (R) Repeat (CC) Closed Captions (a) Adult themes (d) Drug references (h) Horror (s) Sex references (l) Language (m) Medical procedures (n) Nudity (v) Violence.

ABC COMEDY (22)

6am Children’s Programs. 7.15pm Odd Squad. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Would I Lie To You? 8.30 Penn & Teller: Fool Us. (Return) 9.10 Live At The Apollo. 10.00 The Weekly. 10.30 Sammy J. 10.35 Insert Name Here. 11.05 Live From The BBC. 11.50 Would I Lie To You? 12.20am W1A. 12.55 The Games. (Final) 1.45 The IT Crowd. 2.10 Fleabag. (Final) 2.40 Women On The Verge. 3.10 Late Programs.

VICELAND (31) 6am WorldWatch. 7.00 Basketball. WNBA. Indiana Fever v Washington Mystics. 9.00 WorldWatch. Noon The Good Doctor: Korea. 1.15 First Contact. 2.20 New Girl. 2.45 PopAsia TV. 3.45 WorldWatch. 4.10 Insight. 5.10 Yokayi Footy. 5.45 Where Are You Really From? 6.45 Abandoned Engineering. 7.40 The Tesla Files. 8.30 MOVIE: Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. (1986, PG) 10.40 Late Programs.

7TWO (62) 6am Home Shopping. 7.00 Tomorrow’s World. 7.30 Leading The Way. 8.00 David Jeremiah. 8.30 Mums At The Table. 9.00 Home Shopping. 10.00 House Of Wellness. 11.00 NBC Today. Noon The Yorkshire Vet. 2.00 My Greek Odyssey. 3.00 MOVIE: The Trouble With Girls. (1969) 5.00 M*A*S*H. 7.00 The Vicar Of Dibley. 8.10 Mrs Brown’s Boys. 10.10 Miranda. 11.30 Late Programs.

9GEM (82) 6am Morning Programs. 7.30 In Touch Ministries. 8.00 Beyond Today. 8.30 The Incredible Journey Presents. 9.00 TV Shop. 10.00 Explore. 10.15 MOVIE: Carry On Spying. (1964) Noon Getaway. 12.30 The AFL Sunday Footy Show. 2.30 Avengers. 3.30 MOVIE: War Drums. (1957, PG) 5.00 MOVIE: Red River. (1948) 7.30 Death In Paradise. 8.40 Agatha Christie’s Marple. 10.40 Late Programs.

BOLD (51) 6am Home Shopping. 7.30 The Key Of David. 8.00 The Doctors. 9.00 Star Trek. 11.00 Escape Fishing With ET. 11.30 Jake And The Fatman. 12.30pm MacGyver. 2.30 Monster Jam. 3.00 One Strange Rock. 4.00 Pooches At Play. 4.30 What’s Up Down Under. 5.00 Judge Judy. 5.30 Star Trek: Voyager. 6.30 Bondi Rescue. 7.30 NCIS. 9.30 Motorcycle Racing. MotoGP. Race 3. Grand Prix of Andalucia. 11.00 Late Programs.

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6am Children’s Programs. 3.10pm The Wonderful World Of Puppies. 4.00 Gym Stars. 4.30 Odd Squad. 5.00 School Of Rock. 5.30 Miraculous. (Final) 6.00 All Hail King Julien. 6.30 The Crystal Maze. (Final) 7.15 Operation Ouch! The Life Fix. 7.55 Thunderbirds Are Go. 8.30 Teenage Fairytale Dropouts. 8.45 So Awkward. 9.10 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. 9.35 Slugterra. 9.55 Rage. 2am Close. 5.30 Children’s Programs.

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July 23 - 29, 2020

Owner is committed to sell !

PROPERTY OF THE WEEK P3 OPEN HOMES/NEW LISTINGS P7

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5 Diary Street, Casino

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Listed Just 1 Day On The Market Could Your Property Be Next?

23 Clark Street, Casino

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OPEN HOUSE Sat 25th, 10-10:30am

 Main with air conditioning & BIR  Open plan lounge and dining with A/C & wood fire heater  Solid Timber kitchen with electric appliances, great storage and dishwasher  Expansive rear sunroom with built in spa area and access into fully fenced yard  Auto sliding gate + 4 car garage with auto roller door & space for a workshop  6.6kW solar power system with 24 panels

 Sensibly designed with the master having walk thru robe & en-suite  Air conditioned lounge room with new vinyl plank flooring throughout  Modern, new kitchen with electric appliances and dishwasher  Large dining room with wood fire heating  Large covered entertaining area. Huge North facing in-ground salt water pool  SLUG plus oversized double carport, perfect for a caravan

AGENT: Jenny Pedrini: 0428 699 807

AGENT: Jenny Pedrini: 0428 699 807

Int ID: PBGL

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$$334,000

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98 Canterbury Street, Casino

Int ID: EVHL

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538m2

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$$405,000

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1296m2

11 Camaroo Close, Gays Hill

 Well-appointed, original kitchen has good cupboard and bench spaces  High ceiling, timber floors under the carpet. Terracotta roof  Comfortable lounge filled with natural light. Air-conditioning and ceiling fans  Glass doors opening to the dining room  2 car lock up garage with workshop, paved courtyard  Easy care established gardens

 Large kitchen with plenty of bench space and a separate walk in pantry  Spacious carpet lounge and dining area is sure to impress  Family room with A/c and cork flooring leads to covered entertaining area  Good size bathroom with separate toilet. Electric Hot Water & NBN internet  2nd paved entertaining area offers the perfect space to escape the kids!  Auto DLUG with plenty of storage space + a large lawn locker

AGENT: Jenny Pedrini: 0428 699 807

AGENT: Jenny Pedrini: 0428 699 807

Int ID: 9W6L

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36 Pennefather Close, Yorklea

$$329,000

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4.23ha

Int ID: 32BL

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Sextonville Road, Sextonville

$$539,000

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 A great kitchen for any chef, lrg freestanding gas stove with great bench space  Open plan living and dining plus huge air-conditioned rumpus (4th bedroom)  Indoor/Outdoor living over looks manicured farm land  Colorbond DLUG + double carport attached to the home  NBN Availability and garbage collection  Great boundary fences & plenty of water

 Choice property w/ 39mg irrigation license. The home is currently rented  Approx. 30 hectares are suitable for cropping  Conservatively stocked at 50 breeders. Watered by creek & dams  Steel stock yards. Machinery & hay storage areas  Top block with sealed road frontage, long creek frontage.  Tightly held area, availability only because of circumstances

AGENT: Jenny Pedrini: 0428 699 807

AGENT: Tony Flood: 0428 960 052

BANGALOW - 4/2 Byron Street Ph: 02 6687 2833 gnfbangalow.com.au

Int ID: C98L

$$570,000

CASINO - 92 Centre Street Ph: 02 6662 2500 gnfcasino.com.au

Int ID: 2015

85ha

$$960,000


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gary walsh

Fabulous and fit for the family - home on eastern side of town THIS home represents the essence of modern comfort, set in the ever-popular Panorama Estate Alstonville area, amongst quality homes and only a few minutes drive to amenities and popular schooling options. The quiet, friendly neighbourhood is not far to Ballina and Gold Coast Airports. Featuring a beautiful fusion of space, style and easy living this quality executive home is presented in pristine condition. Quality fixtures throughout, open entertaining spaces, light and breezy while still providing privacy. There is clearly a lovely street appeal and as you head inside, you’ll be greeted with clean lines, modern finishes, two reverse air conditioning units, tiled floors and the most exquisite hardwood dado railing, creating a real sense of luxury. The kitchen really is the hub of this home, having been beautifully renovated. Your guests will be envious as it offers the utmost quality of appliances and finishes, abundance of cupboard space, convection hotplates and pyretic oven, stone bench tops & tasteful splash backs, which really creates a feeling of sophistication. This is the ideal workspace for any budding chef. Flowing on seamlessly from the kitchen is the expansive combined living and dining with an additional living space to be used as media room or formal lounge.

ALSTONVILLE 21 Granada Parade BED/BATH/CAR: 4 / 2 / 2 AUCTION: Fri 14 Aug @ 6:00pm INSPECT: Sat 25 July 11:30 to 12:30 AGENCY: First National Gary Walsh CONTACT: Gary Walsh 0412 880 744

The beautiful home boasts Australian hardwood timber dado panelling, tiled floors, quality fixtures and fittings, shutters, down lights (with dimmers) and ceiling fans, which complete this walk out / walk in home. Three generous bedrooms and formal study ensure you will have space for the whole family and more, each room equipped with built-ins and the master with spacious ensuite. The main bathroom services the remaining bedrooms, large in size & functionality. The laundry very practically features a third toilet + stacks of cupboards & bench space. OPENN NEGOTIATION AUCTION WILL PLATFORM OUR HIGHLY ANTICIPATED SALE.


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103 Emu Drive Woombah

Surrounded by the natural beauty of the Bundjalung National park this home enjoys an elevated position and northerly aspect. Spacious throughout with separate interior living spaces and excellent outdoor entertaining areas it combines peaceful living with a coastal lifestyle. A short joyride to Iluka’s unspoiled beaches and regional shopping centers an easy 20 minute drive. - Powered 3 bay steel shed plus workshop - Air-conditioning ducted throughout, solar power, solar HWS - Established gardens, veggie patch, fruit trees ljhooker.com.au

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Auction Onsite Sat 22 August View 10-10.30am Sat 25 July Agent Nick Potente 0478 194 703 Christina Nipperess 0402 247 841 LJ Hooker Iluka 02 6646 6321

14 Micalo Street

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Iluka

This well-built home sits in a central location and presents a wonderful opportunity to modernise without great expense. Generously proportioned with separate living areas, great exterior spaces and plenty of storage. There is side access for boats and small vehicles to sunny rear yard ideal for the creative gardener to put their own stamp on it. - 3 queen size bedroom home, plus single or home office - Additional bathroom well positioned for guests - High ceilings throughout, dbl lock-up garage & rumpus room

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For sale $525,000 View By Appointment Agent Nick Potente 0478 194 703 Christina Nipperess 0402 247 841 LJ Hooker Iluka 02 6646 6321

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“O’NEILLS” 685 CUNGLEBUNG ROAD, BUCCARUMBI (60km South-West of Grafton) This property consists of 5,443 acres of Perpetual Forestry Leasehold, situated at Buccarumbi, 60km South-West of Grafton. The property has an incredible 4 kilometre frontage to the pristine Nymboida River, comprising of fast-flowing sets of rapids, deep holes for fishing, and serene swimming spots. Alongside the obvious lifestyle benefits this river frontage also provides 100% confidence around water security. O’Neills would make an ideal dry cattle block. With sections of cleared land along the river bank, the land rises gently and then steeply up from the river, and into timbered ridgelines and gullies. The property has boundary fencing in place and there are a number of access tracks throughout. The Perpetual Forestry Leasehold has also contributed an income stream over past years, with royalties being paid for timber milled off the property. With vendors committed to selling, it is imperative that you make you make your interest known early. It is intended to offer the property for private auction on Friday August 14th 2020, however unconditional offers prior to the auction date will be genuinely considered. Please email jojo@farrellmccrohon.com.au to obtain a copy of the Information Memorandum.

AUCTION Friday 14 August CONTACT JoJo Newby 0417 690 637 jojo@farrellmccrohon.com.au

85 FITZROY ST, GRAFTON

6642 5200

OPEN HOMES / AUCTIONS / NEW LISTINGS ALSTONVILLE 15 Kyla Street Under Contract Inspect By Appointment Vicki Cooper 0418 231 955 At Realty Alstonville Mitre 10 Contact Agent For Price Inspect By Appointment Chris Williams 0428 333 447 One Agency Manwarring PG 21 Granda Parade Inspect Sat 11.30-12.30pm Gary Walsh 0412 880 744 Jeremy Tyler 0490 338 553 Barry Burgess 0427 102 063 First National Gary Walsh BALLINA 312 River Street $770,000 Inspect By Appointment Vicki Cooper 0418 231 955 At Realty BRAUNSTONE 241 Braunstone Road $750,000 Inspect By Appointment JoJo Newby 0417 690 637 Farrell McCrohon Stock & Station Agents CASINO 5 Diary Street $334,000 Inspect By Appointment Jenny Pedrini 0428 699 807 GNF Casino 23 Clark Street $405,000 Inspect Sat 10.00-10.30am Jenny Pedrini 0428 699 807 GNF Casino 98 Canterbury Street $329,000 Inspect By Appointment Jenny Pedrini 0428 699 807 GNF Casino

CORAKI Lots 1,2,3/37 Allwood Street $295,000 Inspect By Appointment Katrina Ulyatt 0466 717 517 One Agency Manwarring PG DUNOON 10 Cedar Drive $465,000 Inspect Sat 1.00-1.30pm Jodie Mitchell 0490 536 190 PRD Northern Rivers 109 James Street $389,000 Inspect By Appointment Jodie Mitchell 0490 536 190 PRD Northern Rivers EAST BALLINA 6 Wyuna Street Under Contract Inspect By Appointment Vicki Cooper 0418 231 955 At Realty ELLANGOWAN Lot 1/1010 Tatham-Ellangowan Road Price By Negotiation Inspect By Appointment Chris Williams 0428 333 447 One Agency Manwarring PG ETTRICK 18 Knights Road $310,000 Inspect By Appointment Chris Williams 0428 333 447 One Agency Manwarring PG EVANS HEAD Lot 525 & Lot 1/386-396 Woodburn-Evans Head Road $499,000 Inspect By Appointment Trevor Manwarring 0439 586 531 One Agency Manwarring PG

GIRARDS HILL 11-13 Robinson Avenue Contact Agent For Price Inspect By Appointment Jeremy Tyler 0490 338 553 First National Gary Walsh GAYS HILL 11 Camaroo Close $539,000 Inspect By Appointment Jenny Pedrini 0428 699 807 GNF Casino GLENUGIE 37 Old Six Mile Lane $750,000 Inspect By Appointment JoJo Newby 0417 690 637 Farrell McCrohon Stock & Station Agents GOONELLABAH 31 Tulipwood Avenue Auction Fri 31 July at 6.00pm Inspect Sat 1.00-2.00pm Gary Walsh 0412 880 744 Jeremy Tyler 0490 338 553 Barry Burgess 0427 102 063 First National Gary Walsh 678 Ballina Road $365,000 Inspect By Appointment Chris Williams 0428 333 447 One Agency Manwarring PG 7 Rous Road $389,000 Inspect Sat 11.30-12noon Trevor Manwarring 0439 586 531 Aaron Ashley 0448 010 748 One Agency Manwarring PG KYOGLE 32 Colin Street $275,000 Inspect By Appointment Rob Horder 0439 135 125 PRD Northern Rivers

LEYCESTER 382 Yeager Road $649,000 Inspect By Appointment Cathy McNamara 0429 639 312 First National Gary Walsh 103 Yeager Road $898,000 Inspect By Appointment Chris Williams 0428 333 447 One Agency Manwarring PG LENNOX HEAD 3 Sailfish Avenue Contact Agent For Price Inspect By Appointment Lyn Youngberry 0490 543 429 PRD Northern Rivers LISMORE 30 Hunter Street Price By Negotiation Inspect Sat 9.30-10.00am Lyn Youngberry 0490 543 429 PRD Northern Rivers LISMORE HEIGHTS 106 Donnans Road $489,000 Inspect Sat 10.00-10.30am Janaya Felton 0491 177 205 PRD Northern Rivers 2/21 Barr Scott Drive $430,000 Inspect By Appointment Janaya Felton 0491 177 205 PRD Northern Rivers LYNWOOD 58 Dou-Jea Lane $1,290,000 Inspect Sat 10.30-11.00am Chris Williams 0428 333 447 One Agency Manwarring PG MODANVILLE 13 Dunromin Drive $725,000 Inspect Sat 11.00-11.30am Jodie Mitchell 0490 536 190 PRD Northern Rivers

18 Beddoes Road $695,000 Inspect Sat 12.00-12.30pm Jodie Mitchell 0490 536 190 PRD Northern Rivers NIMBIN 210 Tuntable Falls Road $810,000 Inspect Sat 2.00-2.30pm Chris Williams 0428 333 447 One Agency Manwarring PG SEXTONVILLE Sextonville Road $960,000 Inspect By Appointment Tony Flood 0428 960 052 GNF Casino SOUTH LISMORE 37 Union Street $335,000 Inspect Sat 10.30-11.00am Lyn Youngberry 0490 543 429 PRD Northern Rivers 72 Caniaba Street $285,000 Inspect Sat 9.30-10.00am Katrina Ulyatt 0466 717 517 One Agency Manwarring PG WOLLONGBAR 12 Woodbury Place $657,000 Inspect Sat 10.00-11.00am Gary Walsh 0412 880 744 Jeremy Tyler 0490 338 553 Barry Burgess 0427 102 063 First National Gary Walsh 20 Midway Avenue $585,000 Inspect By Appointment Lyn Youngberry 0490 543 429 PRD Northern Rivers

1/14 Trelawney Avenue $519,000 Inspect By Appointment Trevor Manwarring 0439 586 531 Aaron Ashley 0448 010 748 One Agency Manwarring PG 30 Bolwarra Circuit $279,000 Inspect By Appointment Trevor Manwarring 0439 586 531 One Agency Manwarring PG WOODBURN 15 Alfred Street $409,000 Inspect Sat 12.00-12.30pm Trevor Manwarring 0439 586 531 One Agency Manwarring PG Lot 1, B&C 4-8 Duke Street Auction onsite Sat 8 August at 10.00am Inspect Sat 11.30-12noon Trevor Manwarring 0439 586 531 One Agency Manwarring PG WOOMBAH 103 Emu Drive Auction Sat 22nd Aug Inspect Sat 10-10.30am Nick Potente 0478 194 703 Chris Nipperess 0402 247 841 LJ Hooker Iluka YAMBA 60 Micalo Road $1,760,000 Inspect By Appointment JoJo Newby 0417 690 637 Farrell McCrohon Stock & Station Agents YORKLEA 36 Pennefarther Close $570,000 Inspect By Appointment Jenny Pedrini 0428 699 807 GNF Casino


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6.00 News. 9.00 ABC News Mornings. 10.00 Landline. (R, CC) 11.00 Grand Designs Revisited. (R, CC) 12.00 ABC News At Noon. (CC) 1.00 Marcella. (Malv, R, CC) 2.00 Call The Midwife. (PGa, R, CC) 3.00 ABC News Afternoons. (CC) 4.10 Think Tank. (PG, R, CC) 5.10 The Repair Shop. (R, CC)

6.00 WorldWatch. 6.30 This Week. 7.30 WorldWatch. 10.30 German News. 11.00 Spanish News. 11.30 Turkish News. 12.00 Arabic News F24. 12.30 ABC America: World News Tonight. 1.00 Al Jazeera. 2.00 Inside Westminster. (Ma, R) 2.50 Alex Polizzi: The Fixer. (PGl) 4.00 Railway Journeys UK. (PG, R) 4.35 Walking Britain’s Lost Railways. (PG, R) 5.30 Letters And Numbers. (R)

6.00 Sunrise. (CC) 9.00 The Morning Show. (PG, CC) 11.30 Seven Morning News. (CC) 12.00 To Be Advised. 2.30 RSPCA Animal Rescue. (R, CC) 3.00 The Chase. (CC) 4.00 Seven News At 4. (CC) 5.00 The Chase Australia. (CC) Hosted by Andrew O’Keefe.

6.00 Today. 9.00 Today Extra. (PG) 11.30 Morning News. (CC) 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show. (PG, R, CC) 1.00 Explore. (CC) 1.10 Australian Ninja Warrior. (PG, R, CC) 3.00 Tipping Point. (PG, CC) 4.00 Afternoon News. (CC) 5.00 Millionaire Hot Seat. (CC)

6.00 Headline News. 8.30 Studio 10. (PG) 12.00 Dr Phil. (PGal) 1.00 To Be Advised. 2.30 Entertainment Tonight. (CC) 3.00 Judge Judy. (PG, CC) 3.30 My Market Kitchen. (CC) 4.00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield. (CC) 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful. (CC) 5.00 10 News First. (CC)

6.00 The Drum. (CC) 7.00 ABC News. (CC) 7.30 7.30. (CC) 8.00 Back Roads. (Final, CC) 8.30 Four Corners. (CC) 9.15 Media Watch. (PG, CC) 9.35 Q+A. (CC) 10.35 ABC Late News. (CC) 11.10 Shaun Micallef’s On The Sauce. (Mal, R, CC) 12.10 Wentworth. (Malsv, R, CC) 12.55 The Letdown. (Mdls, R, CC) 1.25 Rage. (MA15+adhlnsv) 3.00 Gardening Australia. (R, CC) 3.30 Call The Midwife. (PGa, R, CC) 4.30 The Drum. (R) 5.30 7.30. (R)

6.00 Mastermind Australia. (R, CC) 6.30 SBS World News. (CC) 7.30 Prince Philip: An Extraordinary Life. (PGalv, CC) 8.30 Einstein And Hawking: Masters Of The Universe. (R, CC) 10.30 SBS World News Late. (CC) 11.00 The World Game. (CC) 11.30 Agatha Christie’s Criminal Games. (Masv) 1.20 Luther. (MA15+av, R, CC) 4.25 Full Frontal. (Ms, R) 4.55 Shane Delia’s Moorish Spice Journey Bitesize. (R) 5.00 CGTN English News. 5.15 NHK World English News. 5.30 Deutsche Welle.

6.00 PRIME7 News. (CC) 6.30 PRIME7 News @ 6:30. (CC) 7.00 Home And Away. (PGas, CC) Tane lets Mac down. 7.30 Farmer Wants A Wife. (PGal, CC) Hosted by Natalie Gruzlewski. 8.30 9-1-1: Lone Star. (Premiere, M, CC) A firefighter relocates from New York to Austin, Texas, with his son, to help rebuild a firehouse after a tragedy. 10.30 The Latest: Seven News. (CC) 11.00 S.W.A.T. (Mdv, CC) 12.00 Black-ish. (PGadl, R) 1.00 Home Shopping. 5.00 Seven Early News. (CC) 5.30 Sunrise. (CC)

6.00 NBN News. (CC) 7.00 A Current Affair. (CC) 7.30 Australian Ninja Warrior. (PG, CC) Australians tackle an obstacle course. 9.20 To Be Advised. 10.20 100% Footy. (M, CC) 11.20 Nine News Late. (CC) 11.50 Lethal Weapon. (MA15+v, R, CC) 12.40 Tipping Point. (PG, R, CC) 1.30 TV Shop: Home Shopping. (R) 2.30 Global Shop. 3.00 TV Shop: Home Shopping. (R) 4.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show. (PG, R, CC) 5.00 News Early Edition. (CC) 5.30 Today. (CC)

6.30 The Project. (CC) A look at the day’s news. 7.30 Bachelor In Paradise. (PGlns, CC) A newbie arrives with a date card in hand. 9.00 Have You Been Paying Attention? (Malns, CC) Five comedians compete to see who can remember the most about events of the week. 10.00 Celebrity Gogglebox USA. (R, CC) Celebrities watch TV shows. 11.00 WIN’s All Australian News. (CC) 12.00 The Project. (R, CC) 1.00 The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. (PG, CC) 2.00 Home Shopping. (R) 4.30 CBS This Morning. (CC)

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ABC COMEDY (22) 6am Children’s Programs. 7.15pm Odd Squad. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.30 The IT Crowd. (Final) 8.55 W1A. 9.25 Intelligence. (Premiere) 9.50 Get Krack!n. 10.20 Parks And Recreation. 10.40 30 Rock. 11.25 Workaholics. 12.10am Peep Show. 1.00 Extras: Xmas Special. 2.20 Please Like Me. 2.50 News Update. 2.55 Close. 5.00 The Day Henry Met. 5.05 Timmy Time. 5.15 Late Programs.

VICELAND (31) 6am WorldWatch. 7.00 Basketball. WNBA. 9.00 WorldWatch. Noon Marry Me, Marry My Family. 1.05 Front Up. 2.05 Go 8 Bit. 3.00 Cyberwar. 3.25 Tattoo Age. 3.50 WorldWatch. 4.15 This Week. 5.10 Game Of Bros. 5.40 The Joy Of Painting. 6.10 Forged In Fire. 7.00 Jeopardy! 7.30 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown. 8.30 Taskmaster. (Premiere) 9.25 How To Have A Better Female Orgasm. 10.20 Late Programs.

7TWO (62) 6am Home Shopping. 7.00 Kitty Is Not A Cat. 8.00 Harry’s Practice. 8.30 Million Dollar Minute. 9.30 NBC Today. 10.30 This Rugged Coast. 11.30 Better Homes And Gardens. 1pm To Be Advised. 2.00 Harry’s Practice. 2.30 Million Dollar Minute. 3.30 M*A*S*H. 5.30 Escape To The Country. 6.30 Bargain Hunt. 7.30 Doc Martin. 8.30 Inspector George Gently. 10.30 Mafia’s Greatest Hits. 11.30 Late Programs.

9GEM (82) 6am TV Shop. 7.00 Creflo. 7.30 TV Shop. 9.30 Danoz. 10.30 Ellen DeGeneres. 11.30 My Favorite Martian. Noon The Rockford Files. 1.00 Days Of Our Lives. 1.55 The Young And The Restless. 2.50 Antiques Roadshow. 3.20 MOVIE: Only Two Can Play. (1962, PG) 5.30 The Secret Life Of The Zoo. 6.30 Antiques Roadshow. 7.30 Heartbeat. 8.40 Midsomer Murders. 10.40 The Killer Affair. 11.40 Late Programs.

BOLD (51) 6am Home Shopping. 8.00 RPM. 8.30 WhichCar. 9.00 Rocky Mountain Railroad. 10.00 Jake And The Fatman. 11.00 MacGyver. Noon NCIS. 1.00 WIN’s All Australian News. 2.00 Instinct. 3.00 Bondi Rescue. 3.30 Diagnosis Murder. 4.30 Star Trek: Enterprise. 5.30 Star Trek: Voyager. 6.30 Bondi Rescue. 7.30 NCIS. 9.25 Law & Order: SVU. 11.15 NCIS: New Orleans. 12.10am Shopping. 2.10 Late Programs.

ABC ME (23)

6am Children’s Programs. 6pm All Hail King Julien. 6.30 Horrible Histories. 7.00 Deadly 60 On A Mission: Pole To Pole. 7.35 Kung Fu Panda: Legends Of Awesomeness. 8.00 Thunderbirds Are Go. 8.20 Danger Mouse. 8.35 Teenage Fairytale Dropouts. 8.50 So Awkward. 9.15 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. 9.40 Slugterra. 10.00 Rage. 11.05 Close. 5.30am Children’s Programs.

SBS MOVIES (32) 6am Lassie. Continued. (2005, PG) 6.45 Orlando. (1992, PG) 8.30 The Finishers. (2013, PG, French) 10.10 The Scarlet And The Black. (1983, PG) 12.50pm Laputa: Castle In The Sky. (1986) 3.15 Chariots Of Fire. (1981, PG) 5.30 Viceroy’s House. (2017, PG) 7.30 The Constant Gardener. (2005, M) 9.50 Lantana. (2001, M) 12.05am Borg Vs McEnroe. (2017, M) 2.05 Late Programs. 5.45 Viceroy’s House. (2017, PG)

7MATE (63) 6am Morning Programs. 12.30pm Counting Cars. 1.00 American Pickers. 2.00 Reluctant Outdoorsman. 2.30 Big Water Adventures. 3.00 Counting Cars. 3.30 Blokesworld. 4.00 Life Off Road. 4.30 Megastructures. 5.30 Storage Wars. 6.00 American Pickers. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 7.30 American Pickers. 8.30 MOVIE: RED. (2010, M) 10.50 Late Programs.

9GO! (83) 6am Children’s Programs. 10.00 Robot Wars: Extreme. 11.00 Dance Moms. Noon The Break Boys. 1.00 The Xtreme Collxtion. 2.00 The A-Team. 3.00 Children’s Programs. 6.00 Malcolm. 7.30 RBT. 8.30 To Be Advised. 9.00 MOVIE: Sicario: Day Of The Soldado. (2018, MA15+) 11.30 Malcolm. Midnight Miami Vice. 1.00 Robot Wars: Extreme. 2.00 Dance Moms. 2.50 Late Programs.

PEACH (52) 6am Morning Programs. 8.00 Totally Wild. 8.35 SpongeBob. 9.00 Crocamole. 9.30 Blaze And The Monster Machines. 10.00 PAW Patrol. 11.00 SpongeBob. Noon WIN News. 1.00 Charmed. 2.00 Cheers. 3.00 Raymond. 4.00 Becker. 5.00 Frasier. 6.00 Friends. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Friends. 8.00 Seinfeld. 9.00 Two And A Half Men. 10.30 Seinfeld. 11.00 Late Programs.

ABC NEWS (24) 6am News Programs. 3pm ABC News Afternoons. 4.00 Afternoon Briefing. 5.00 ABC News Hour. 6.00 ABC Evening News. 7.00 ABC National News. 8.00 ABC News Tonight. 8.45 The Business. 9.00 The Drum. 10.00 The World. 11.00 ABC Nightly News. 11.30 7.30. Midnight ABC Late News. 12.15 The Business. 12.30 Kurt Fearnley’s One Plus One. 1.00 ABC Late News. 1.30 The Drum. 2.30 Late Programs.

SBS FOOD (33) 6am Morning Programs. 1pm Bonacini’s Italy. 1.30 Mercurio’s Menu. 2.00 Watts On The Grill. 2.30 Chefs’ Line. 3.00 Delicacy Hunter. 3.30 Mexican Table. 4.00 Cook’s Pantry. 4.30 Cook And The Chef. 5.30 Martha Bakes. 6.00 Ready Steady Cook UK. 7.00 How To Cook. 7.30 Poh & Co. Best Bites. 8.30 The Sweet Life With Elise Strachan. 9.30 Bake With Anna. 10.00 Late Programs.

NITV (34) 6am Morning Programs. 2pm Keeping The Language. 2.30 Te Ao. 3.00 Jarjums. 4.30 Musomagic. 5.00 Fraggle Rock. 6.00 Chefs’ Line. 6.30 Kriol Kitchen. 7.00 Our Stories. 7.20 NITV News Update. 7.25 Four Faces Of The Moon. 7.40 Through The Wormhole With Morgan Freeman. 8.30 Karla Grant Presents. 9.00 Grab. 10.00 NITV News Update. 10.05 Gifts Of The Maarga. 11.00 Late Programs.

9LIFE (84) 6am Texas Flip And Move. 7.00 Buying Alaska. 8.00 Save My Reno. 9.00 Home Town. 10.00 House Hunters Int. 11.00 Philly Revival. Noon Best Of Postcards. 12.30 Buying The Bayou. 1.30 Buying RVs. 2.00 The Block Sky High. 4.00 House Hunters Int. 5.00 Flip Or Flop. 6.00 House Hunters International. 7.00 House Hunters. 8.30 Fixer Upper. 9.30 Flip Or Flop. 10.30 Flip Or Flop Vegas. 11.00 Late Programs.

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6am Headline News. 8.30 Sports First. 9.00 Sports First. 10.00 AM Agenda. 11.00 WIN’s All Australian News. Noon NewsDay. 1.00 NewsDay. 2.00 Afternoon Agenda. 3.00 Afternoon Agenda. 4.00 Paul Murray Live. 5.00 Sports Day. 6.00 Credlin. 7.00 Sky News Across Australia. 8.00 Alan Jones. 9.00 Paul Murray Live. 10.00 The Bolt Report. 11.00 Late Programs.

TUESDAY, July 28 ABC (2)

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NBN (8, 80)

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6.00 News. 9.00 ABC News Mornings. 10.00 Four Corners. (R) 10.45 Meet The Ferals. (R) 11.00 The Repair Shop. (R) 12.00 ABC News At Noon. 1.00 Rosehaven. (PG, R) 1.30 Retrograde. (R, CC) 2.00 Call The Midwife. (PGa, R, CC) 3.00 ABC News Afternoons. (CC) 4.10 Think Tank. (PG, R, CC) 5.10 The Repair Shop. (R, CC)

6.00 WorldWatch. 11.00 Spanish News. 11.30 Turkish News. 12.00 Arabic News F24. 12.30 ABC America: World News Tonight. 1.00 PBS News. 2.00 Secrets Of HM Prison: Wormwood Scrubs. (Ma, R) 2.50 Destination Flavour China Bitesize. (R) 3.00 Railway Journeys UK. (PG, R) 3.35 Who Do You Think You Are? (PG, R) 4.35 Coast To Coast. (R) 5.30 Letters And Numbers. (R)

6.00 Sunrise. (CC) 9.00 The Morning Show. (PG, CC) 11.30 Seven Morning News. (CC) 12.00 MOVIE: My Neighbor’s Secret. (2009, Mv, R, CC) 2.00 To Be Advised. 3.00 The Chase. (CC) 4.00 Seven News At 4. (CC) 5.00 The Chase Australia. (CC)

6.00 Today. 9.00 Today Extra. (PG) 11.30 Morning News. (CC) 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show. (PG, R, CC) 1.00 Explore. (CC) 1.10 Australian Ninja Warrior. (PG, R, CC) 3.00 Tipping Point. (PG, CC) 4.00 Afternoon News. (CC) 5.00 Millionaire Hot Seat. (CC)

6.00 Headline News. 8.30 Studio 10. (PG) 12.00 Dr Phil. (PGa) 1.00 To Be Advised. 2.30 Ent. Tonight. 3.00 Judge Judy. (PG) 3.30 My Market Kitchen. (CC) 4.00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield. (CC) 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful. (PG, CC) 5.00 10 News First. (CC)

6.00 The Drum. (CC) 7.00 ABC News. (CC) 7.30 7.30. (CC) 8.00 Foreign Correspondent. (Final, CC) 8.30 Shaun Micallef’s On The Sauce. (Mal, CC) 9.30 Putin: A Russian Spy Story. (PGa, CC) 10.20 ABC Late News. (CC) 10.50 Q+A. (R, CC) 11.55 Wentworth. (Malsv, R, CC) 12.45 The Letdown. (Mal, R, CC) 1.15 Rage. (MA15+adhlnsv) 3.00 Gardening Aust. (R) 3.30 Call The Midwife. (PGa, R) 4.30 The Drum. (R) 5.30 7.30. (R)

6.00 Mastermind Australia. (R, CC) 6.30 SBS World News. (CC) 7.30 Great Asian Railways Journeys. (PG, CC) 8.30 Insight. (CC) 9.30 The Feed. (CC) 10.00 24 Hours In Police Custody. (M, CC) 11.00 SBS World News Late. (CC) 11.30 Bad Banks. (Mals) 12.30 Cardinal. (MA15+adv, R, CC) 2.10 Luther. (MA15+av, R) 3.10 Ride Upon The Storm. (Ma, R) 4.15 Full Frontal. (Mas, R) 4.50 Shane Delia’s Moorish Spice Journey Bitesize. (R) 5.00 CGTN English News. 5.15 NHK World English News. 5.30 Deutsche Welle.

6.00 PRIME7 News. (CC) 6.30 PRIME7 News @ 6:30. (CC) 7.00 Home And Away. (PGs, CC) 7.30 America’s Got Talent. (PG, CC) Hosted by Terry Crews. 9.15 Criminal Minds. (MA15+v, CC) A year after he almost died at the hands of Everett Lynch, otherwise known as The Chameleon, Rossi and the team use theories inspired by his ex partner to embark on an epic hunt to catch the serial killer. 11.15 The Latest: Seven News. (CC) 11.45 The Goldbergs. (PG, CC) 12.30 Home Shopping. 5.00 Seven Early News. (CC) 5.30 Sunrise. (CC)

6.00 NBN News. (CC) 7.00 A Current Affair. (CC) 7.30 Australian Ninja Warrior. (PG, CC) 9.20 MOVIE: Olympus Has Fallen. (2013, MA15+vl, R, CC) Gerard Butler. 11.30 Nine News Late. (CC) 12.00 Timeless. (Mv, R, CC) 12.50 Tipping Point. (PG, R, CC) 1.45 Explore. (PG, CC) 2.00 TV Shop: Home Shopping. (R) 2.30 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo. (R) 3.00 TV Shop: Home Shopping. (R) 4.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show. (PG, R, CC) 5.00 News Early Edition. (CC) 5.30 Today. (CC)

6.30 The Project. (CC) 7.30 Bachelor In Paradise. (PGal, CC) A new suitor enters paradise. 9.00 Just For Laughs Uncut. (Premiere, MA15+ls, CC) Natasha Leggero, Tom Gleeson and Hannibal Burress showcase some of their raunchiest material. 9.30 NCIS. (Mav, R, CC) A girl is found hiding in a storage unit. 10.30 NCIS: Los Angeles. (Mv, R, CC) 11.30 WIN’s All Australian News. (CC) 12.30 The Project. (R, CC) 1.30 The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. (PG, CC) 2.30 Home Shopping. (R) 4.30 CBS This Morning. (CC)

CONSUMER ADVICE (P) Pre-school (C) Children (PG) Parental Guidance Recommended (M) Mature Audiences (MA15+) Mature Audiences Only (AV15+) Extreme Adult Violence (R) Repeat (CC) Closed Captions (a) Adult themes (d) Drug references (h) Horror (s) Sex references (l) Language (m) Medical procedures (n) Nudity (v) Violence.

ABC COMEDY (22)

6am Children’s Programs. 7.15pm Odd Squad. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.30 Insert Name Here. 9.00 The Inbetweeners. 9.30 Schitt’s Creek. 10.10 The Trip To Italy. 10.45 Parks And Recreation. 11.05 30 Rock. 11.50 Workaholics. 12.35am Peep Show. 1.25 QI. 1.55 Episodes. 2.25 News Update. 2.30 Close. 5.00 The Day Henry Met. 5.05 Timmy Time. 5.15 Sarah & Duck. 5.25 Late Programs.

VICELAND (31) 6am WorldWatch. Noon Marry Me, Marry My Family. 1.05 Front Up. 2.05 Go 8 Bit: The Video Game Show. 2.55 Cyberwar. 3.20 Tattoo Age. 3.45 WorldWatch. 5.10 Game Of Bros. 5.40 The Joy Of Painting With Bob Ross. 6.10 Forged In Fire. 7.00 Jeopardy! 7.30 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown. 8.30 The Casketeers. 9.30 Stacey Dooley: Whale Wars. 10.25 Who Gets To Stay In Australia? 11.35 Late Programs.

7TWO (62)

6am Shopping. 7.00 Kitty Is Not A Cat. 8.00 Harry’s Practice. 8.30 Million Dollar Minute. 9.30 NBC Today. Noon Sydney Weekender. 12.30 Intolerant Cooks. 1.00 To Be Advised. 2.00 Harry’s Practice. 2.30 Million Dollar Minute. 3.30 Air Crash Investigation. 4.30 Medical Emergency. 5.00 Animal Rescue. 5.30 Escape To The Country. 6.30 Bargain Hunt. 7.30 Rosemary & Thyme. 8.30 Inspector Morse. 10.50 Late Programs.

9GEM (82) 6am TV Shop. 7.00 Creflo. 7.30 TV Shop. 9.30 Danoz Direct. 10.30 The Ellen DeGeneres Show. 11.30 My Favorite Martian. Noon The Rockford Files. 1.10 Days Of Our Lives. 2.05 The Young And The Restless. 3.05 Antiques Roadshow. 3.35 MOVIE: The Amorous Prawn. (1962) 5.30 The Secret Life Of The Zoo. 6.30 Antiques Roadshow. 7.30 New Tricks. 8.40 Poirot. 10.50 Law & Order: Criminal Intent. 11.50 Late Programs.

BOLD (51) 6am Home Shopping. 8.00 MacGyver. 9.00 Star Trek: Voyager. 10.00 Jake And The Fatman. 11.00 MacGyver. Noon NCIS. 1.00 WIN’s All Australian News. 2.00 Instinct. 3.00 Bondi Rescue. 3.30 Diagnosis Murder. 4.30 Star Trek: Enterprise. 5.30 Star Trek: Voyager. 6.30 Bondi Rescue. 7.30 NCIS: Los Angeles. 8.30 CSI: Miami. 9.25 Elementary. 11.20 The Mentalist. (Final) 12.15am Shopping. 2.15 Late Programs.

ABC ME (23)

6am Children’s Programs. 6pm All Hail King Julien. 6.30 Horrible Histories. 7.00 Deadly 60 On A Mission: Pole To Pole. 7.35 Kung Fu Panda: Legends Of Awesomeness. 8.00 Thunderbirds Are Go. 8.20 Danger Mouse. 8.35 Teenage Fairytale Dropouts. 8.50 So Awkward. 9.15 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. (Final) 9.40 Slugterra. 10.00 Rage. 11.05 Close. 5.30am Children’s Programs.

SBS MOVIES (32) 6am Viceroy’s House. Continued. (2017, PG) 7.45 Lassie. (2005, PG) 9.40 Kirikou And The Men And Women. (2012, PG, French) 11.20 Little Nicolas. (2009, PG, French) 1pm The Finishers. (2013, PG, French) 2.40 Laputa: Castle In The Sky. (1986) 5.05 The Scarlet And The Black. (1983, PG) 7.45 Irrational Man. (2015, M) 9.30 Match Point. (2005, M) 11.45 The Constant Gardener. (2005, M) 2.05am Late Programs.

7MATE (63) 6am Morning Programs. 10.00 Megastructures. 11.00 American Pickers. Noon Ax Men. 2.00 Reluctant Outdoorsman. 2.30 Big Water Adventures. 3.00 American Pickers. 4.00 Merv Hughes Fishing. 4.30 Megastructures. 5.30 Storage Wars. 6.00 American Pickers. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 7.30 Highway Patrol. 8.30 Outback Truckers. 9.30 Desert Collectors. 10.30 MOVIE: Fat Pizza. (2003, MA15+) 12.35am Late Programs.

9GO! (83) 6am Children’s Programs. 10.00 Robot Wars: Extreme. 11.00 Dance Moms. Noon The Bionic Woman. 1.00 Xena. 2.00 Friday Night Lights. 3.00 Children’s Programs. 6.00 Malcolm. 7.30 MOVIE: The Negotiator. (1998, M) 10.15 MOVIE: Double Impact. (1991, MA15+) 12.30am Malcolm. 1.00 Robot Wars: Extreme. 2.00 Dance Moms. 2.50 Clarence. 3.00 Beyblade Burst Evolution. 3.30 Ninjago. 4.00 Late Programs.

PEACH (52) 6am Morning Programs. 6.30 Blaze And The Monster Machines. 7.00 PAW Patrol. 8.00 Totally Wild. 8.35 SpongeBob. 9.00 Crocamole. 9.30 Blaze And The Monster Machines. 10.00 PAW Patrol. 11.00 SpongeBob. Noon WIN News. 1.00 Charmed. 2.00 Cheers. 3.00 Raymond. 4.00 Becker. 5.00 Frasier. 6.00 Friends. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Friends. 8.00 Seinfeld. 9.00 Mom. 10.30 2 Broke Girls. 11.00 Late Programs.

ABC NEWS (24) 6am News Programs. 3pm ABC News Afternoons. 4.00 Afternoon Briefing. 5.00 ABC News Hour. 6.00 ABC Evening News. 7.00 ABC National News. 8.00 ABC News Tonight. 8.45 The Business. 9.00 The Drum. 10.00 The World. 11.00 ABC Nightly News. 11.30 7.30. Midnight ABC Late News. 12.15 The Business. 12.30 Back Roads. (Final) 1.00 ABC Late News. 1.30 The Drum. 2.30 Late Programs.

SBS FOOD (33) 6am Morning Programs. 1.30pm Mercurio’s Menu. 2.00 Watts On The Grill. 2.30 Chefs’ Line. 3.00 Delicacy Hunter. 3.30 Mexican Table. 4.00 Cook’s Pantry. 4.30 Cook And The Chef. 5.30 Martha Bakes. 6.00 Ready Steady Cook UK. 7.00 How To Cook. 7.30 Food Safari Water. 8.00 Made In Italy. 8.30 Bar Snacks. 9.00 Luke Nguyen’s Street Food Asia. 9.30 Bake With Anna. 10.00 Late Programs.

NITV (34) 6am Morning Programs. 1.35pm Stolen Glory: The Tale Of Porky Brooke. 2.20 I Am Numamurdirdi. 2.30 Everyday Brave. 3.00 Jarjums. 6.00 Chefs’ Line. 6.30 Kriol Kitchen. 7.00 Our Stories. 7.20 Young, Strong & Proud. 7.25 NITV News Update. 7.30 The NRL Rookie. 8.30 Over The Black Dot. 9.30 NITV News Update. 9.35 Hunting Aotearoa. 10.00 Rugby League. NRL. WA Premiership. 11.40 Late Programs.

9LIFE (84) 6am Morning Programs. 8.00 Garden Gurus. 8.30 The Block Sky High. 10.30 House Hunters. 11.00 Save My Reno. Noon House Hunters. 1.00 Delish. 1.30 Fixer Upper. 2.30 The Block. 3.50 Explore. 4.00 House Hunters Int. 5.00 Flip Or Flop. 6.00 House Hunters Int. 7.00 House Hunters. 7.30 Good Bones. 8.30 Escape To The Chateau. 9.30 Building Off The Grid. 10.30 Building Alaska. 11.30 Late Programs.

SKY NEWS (53)

6am Headline News. 8.30 Sports First. 9.00 Sports First. 10.00 AM Agenda. 11.00 WIN’s All Australian News. Noon NewsDay. 1.00 NewsDay. 2.00 Afternoon Agenda. 3.00 Afternoon Agenda. 4.00 The Bolt Report. 5.00 Sports Day. 6.00 Credlin. 7.00 Sky News Across Australia. 8.00 Alan Jones. 9.00 Paul Murray Live. 10.00 The Bolt Report. 11.00 Late Programs.


WEDNESDAY, July 29 ABC (2)

SBS (3)

PRIME7 (6)

NBN (8, 80)

WIN (5)

6.00 News. 9.00 ABC News Mornings. 10.00 Q+A. (R) 11.00 The Repair Shop. (R) 12.00 ABC News At Noon. 12.30 Press Club. 1.40 Media Watch. (PG, R, CC) 2.00 Call The Midwife. (PGa, R, CC) 3.00 ABC News Afternoons. (CC) 4.15 Think Tank. (PG, R, CC) 5.10 The Repair Shop. (R, CC)

6.00 WorldWatch. 9.30 Greek News. 10.30 German News. 11.00 Spanish News. 11.30 Turkish News. 12.00 Arabic News F24. 12.30 ABC America: World News Tonight. 1.00 PBS News. 2.00 Behind The Blue Line: Untold Australia. (Mal, R) 3.00 Destination Flavour China Bitesize. (R) 3.05 Railway Journeys UK. (PG, R) 3.40 Insight. (R) 4.40 Coast To Coast. (PG, R) 5.30 Letters And Numbers. (R)

6.00 Sunrise. (CC) 9.00 The Morning Show. (PG, CC) 11.30 Seven Morning News. (CC) 12.00 MOVIE: Not Like Everyone Else. (2006, Ma, R, CC) 2.00 Criminal Confessions. (Mlv, R, CC) 3.00 The Chase. (CC) 4.00 Seven News At 4. (CC) 5.00 The Chase Australia. (R, CC)

6.00 Today. 9.00 Today Extra. (PG) 11.30 Morning News. (CC) 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show. (PG, R, CC) 1.00 Explore. (CC) 1.10 Australian Ninja Warrior. (PG, R, CC) 3.00 Tipping Point. (PG, CC) 4.00 Afternoon News. (CC) 5.00 Millionaire Hot Seat. (CC)

6.00 Headline News. 8.30 Studio 10. (PG) 12.00 Dr Phil. (PGal) 1.00 To Be Advised. 2.30 Ent. Tonight. 3.00 Judge Judy. (PG) 3.30 My Market Kitchen. (CC) 4.00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield. (CC) 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful. (PG, CC) 5.00 10 News First. (CC)

6.00 The Drum. (CC) 7.00 ABC News. (CC) 7.30 7.30. (CC) 8.00 Hard Quiz. (PG, CC) 8.30 The Weekly With Charlie Pickering. (Final, PG, CC) 9.00 Rosehaven. (PG, CC) 9.30 Retrograde. (CC) 9.55 Planet America. (CC) 10.25 ABC Late News. (CC) 11.00 Four Corners. (R) 11.45 Media Watch. (PG, R) 12.05 Wentworth. (Mlv, R) 12.50 The Letdown. (Mls, R) 1.20 Rage. (MA15+adhlnsv) 3.00 Gardening Aust. (R) 3.30 Call The Midwife. (PGa, R) 4.30 The Drum. (R) 5.30 7.30. (R)

6.00 Mastermind Australia. (R, CC) 6.30 SBS World News. (CC) 7.30 Warrior Women With Lupita Nyong’o. (CC) 8.30 10 Mistakes That Sunk The Titanic. (PGa, CC) 9.30 Luther. (Return, MA15+av, CC) 10.30 SBS World News Late. (CC) 11.00 24 Hours In Emergency. (Ma, R, CC) 12.00 MOVIE: C’est La Vie. (2017, Mls, R) 2.05 Gigantes. (MA15+a, R) 4.00 Heston’s Feasts. (PGa, R, CC) 5.00 CGTN English News. (CC) 5.15 NHK World English News. (CC) 5.30 Deutsche Welle.

6.00 PRIME7 News. (CC) 6.30 PRIME7 News @ 6:30. (CC) 7.00 Home And Away. (PG, CC) Ryder is in shock over his dad. 8.30 Towards Tokyo: The Opening Ceremony Of The Olympic Games Sydney 2000 Uncovered. (CC) Takes a look at the Opening Ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. 11.00 The Front Bar. (Ml, CC) Takes a lighter look at all things AFL. 12.00 Air Crash Investigation: Aloha – Hanging By A Thread. (PG, R, CC) 1.00 Home Shopping. 5.00 Seven Early News. (CC) 5.30 Sunrise. (CC)

6.00 NBN News. (CC) 7.00 A Current Affair. (CC) 7.30 RBT. (PGl, CC) 8.30 Emergency. (Ma, CC) 9.30 Botched. (Mamn, CC) 10.30 Nine News Late. (CC) 11.00 New Amsterdam. (Ma, R, CC) 11.50 Dr Miami. (MA15+ams, R, CC) 12.40 Tipping Point. (PG, R, CC) 1.30 A Current Affair. (R, CC) 2.00 TV Shop: Home Shopping. (R) 2.30 Global Shop. 3.00 TV Shop: Home Shopping. (R) 4.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show. (PG, R, CC) 5.00 News. 5.30 Today.

6.30 The Project. (CC) A look at the day’s news. 7.30 Bachelor In Paradise. (PGals, CC) A battle of the rose continues with two singles vying for the same bachelor. 9.00 Tommy. (Mv, CC) Tommy races to find a “swatter”, a criminal who has been making false 911 calls. 10.00 Bull. (M, R, CC) The TAC assists with a civil suit against the bank that funded the terrorists responsible for Cable’s death. 11.00 WIN’s All Australian News. (CC) 12.00 The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. (PG, CC) 1.00 Home Shopping. (R) 4.30 CBS This Morning. (CC)

CONSUMER ADVICE (P) Pre-school (C) Children (PG) Parental Guidance Recommended (M) Mature Audiences (MA15+) Mature Audiences Only (AV15+) Extreme Adult Violence (R) Repeat (CC) Closed Captions (a) Adult themes (d) Drug references (h) Horror (s) Sex references (l) Language (m) Medical procedures (n) Nudity (v) Violence.

ABC COMEDY (22)

6am Children’s Programs. 7.15pm Odd Squad. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.30 Friday Night Dinner. 8.55 Gavin & Stacey. 9.25 To Be Advised. 9.50 Upper Middle Bogan. 10.20 Intelligence. 10.45 Parks And Recreation. 11.05 30 Rock. 11.50 Workaholics. 12.35am Peep Show. 1.25 QI. 2.05 News Update. 2.10 Close. 5.00 The Day Henry Met. 5.05 Timmy Time. 5.15 Sarah & Duck. 5.25 Late Programs.

VICELAND (31) 6am WorldWatch. Noon Basketball. WNBA. Minnesota Lynx v Seattle Storm. 2.00 Go 8 Bit: The Video Game Show. 2.55 Tattoo Age. 3.45 WorldWatch. 5.10 Game Of Bros. 5.40 The Joy Of Painting With Bob Ross. 6.10 Forged In Fire. 7.00 Jeopardy! 7.30 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown. 8.30 MOVIE: Invasion Of The Body Snatchers. (1978, M) 10.35 MOVIE: Invaders From Mars. (1986, PG) 12.25am Late Programs.

7TWO (62) 6am Home Shopping. 7.00 Kitty Is Not A Cat. 8.00 Harry’s Practice. 8.30 Million Dollar Minute. 9.30 NBC Today. Noon Creek To Coast. 12.30 Weekender. 1.00 To Be Advised. 2.00 Harry’s Practice. 2.30 Million Dollar Minute. 3.30 Air Crash Investigation. 4.30 Mighty Ships. 5.30 Escape To The Country. 6.30 Bargain Hunt. 7.30 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line. 8.30 Lewis. 10.30 Little Boy Blue. 11.30 Late Programs.

9GEM (82) 6am TV Shop. 7.00 Creflo. 7.30 TV Shop. 10.30 Ellen DeGeneres. 11.30 My Favorite Martian. Noon The Rockford Files. 1.10 Days Of Our Lives. 2.05 The Young And The Restless. 3.00 Antiques Roadshow. 3.30 MOVIE: The Bridal Path. (1959) 5.30 The Secret Life Of The Zoo. 6.30 Antiques Roadshow. 7.30 Agatha Raisin. 8.30 Midsomer Murders. 10.40 Law & Order: Criminal Intent. 11.35 Late Programs.

BOLD (51) 6am Home Shopping. 8.00 Diagnosis Murder. 9.00 Star Trek: Voyager. 10.00 Jake And The Fatman. 11.00 MacGyver. Noon NCIS. 1.00 WIN’s All Australian News. 2.00 Instinct. 3.00 Bondi Rescue. 3.30 Diagnosis Murder. 4.30 Star Trek: Enterprise. 5.30 Star Trek: Voyager. 6.30 Bondi Rescue. 7.30 NCIS. 8.30 NCIS: Los Angeles. 11.15 MacGyver. 12.10am Shopping. 2.10 Late Programs.

ABC ME (23) 6am Children’s Programs. 5.30pm The Penguins Of Madagascar. 6.00 All Hail King Julien. 6.30 Horrible Histories. 7.00 Deadly 60 On A Mission: Pole To Pole. 7.35 Kung Fu Panda: Legends Of Awesomeness. 8.00 Thunderbirds Are Go. 8.20 Danger Mouse. 8.35 Teenage Fairytale Dropouts. 8.50 So Awkward. 9.15 The Legend Of Korra. 9.40 Slugterra. 10.00 Rage. 11.05 Close. 5.30am Children’s Programs.

SBS MOVIES (32) 6am The Scarlet And The Black. (1983, PG) 8.40 Laputa: Castle In The Sky. (1986) 11.05 Zarafa. (2012, PG, French) 12.35pm Golden Kingdom. (2015, PG, Burmese) 2.30 Kirikou And The Men And Women. (2012, PG, French) 4.10 Little Nicolas. (2009, PG, French) 5.50 Finding Altamira. (2016, PG) 7.35 Eye In The Sky. (2015, M) 9.30 The Witness. (2018, MA15+, Korean) 11.35 Late Programs.

7MATE (63) 6am Morning Programs. 11.00 American Pickers. Noon Storage Wars. 12.30 Cars, Cops & Criminals. 2.00 Reluctant Outdoorsman. 2.30 Big Water Adventures. 3.00 Pawn Stars. 3.30 Desert Collectors. 4.30 Megastructures. 5.30 Storage Wars. 6.00 American Pickers. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 7.30 The Simpsons. 8.30 American Dad! 9.30 Family Guy. 10.30 American Dad! 11.00 Late Programs.

9GO! (83) 6am Children’s Programs. 10.00 Robot Wars: Extreme. 11.00 Dance Moms. Noon The Bionic Woman. 1.00 Xena. 2.00 Friday Night Lights. 3.00 Children’s Programs. 6.00 Malcolm. 7.30 The Big Bang Theory. 8.30 MOVIE: Blade Runner 2049. (2017, MA15+) 11.50 Big Bang. 12.15am Miami Vice. 1.10 Robot Wars: Extreme. 2.10 Dance Moms. 3.00 Beyblade Burst Evolution. 3.30 Ninjago. 4.00 Late Programs.

PEACH (52) 6am Toasted TV. 6.05 Dora. 6.30 Blaze And The Monster Machines. 7.00 PAW Patrol. 8.00 Totally Wild. 8.35 SpongeBob. 9.00 Crocamole. 9.30 Blaze And The Monster Machines. 10.00 PAW Patrol. 11.00 SpongeBob. Noon WIN News. 1.00 Charmed. 2.00 Seinfeld. 3.00 Raymond. 4.00 Becker. 5.00 Frasier. 6.00 Friends. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Friends. 8.00 Seinfeld. 9.00 2 Broke Girls. 11.00 Late Programs.

ABC NEWS (24) 6am News Programs. 12.30pm Press Club. 1.40 ABC News. 3.00 ABC News Afternoons. 4.00 Afternoon Briefing. 5.00 ABC News Hour. 6.00 ABC Evening News. 7.00 ABC National News. 8.00 ABC News Tonight. 8.45 The Business. 9.00 The Drum. 10.00 The World. 11.00 ABC Nightly News. 11.30 7.30. Midnight ABC Late News. 12.15 The Business. 12.30 Planet America. 1.00 Late Programs.

SBS FOOD (33) 6am Morning Programs. 2.00pm Watts On The Grill. 2.30 Chefs’ Line. 3.00 Delicacy Hunter. 3.30 Mexican Table. 4.00 Cook’s Pantry. 4.30 Cook And The Chef. 5.30 Martha Bakes. 6.00 Ready Steady Cook UK. 7.00 How To Cook. 7.30 Indian Food Made Easy. 8.00 Gourmet Farmer. 8.30 Coastal Kitchen. 9.00 Donna Hay: Basics To Brilliance. 9.30 Bake With Anna. 10.00 Late Programs.

NITV (34) 6am Morning Programs. 1.40pm Footprints On Our Land. 2.25 Bamay. 3.00 Jarjums. 4.05 Coyote’s Crazy Smart Science Show. 4.30 Musomagic. 5.00 Fraggle Rock. 6.00 Chefs’ Line. 6.30 Kriol Kitchen. 7.00 Our Stories. 7.20 Young, Strong & Proud. 7.25 NITV News Update. 7.30 Going Places With Ernie Dingo. 8.00 Yokayi Footy. 8.30 I Am Ali. 10.25 NITV News Update. 10.30 Going Places. 11.30 Late Programs.

9LIFE (84) 6am Morning Programs. 11.00 Buying The Bayou. Noon Building Off The Grid. 1.00 Best Of Postcards. 1.30 Getaway. 2.00 Building Alaska. 3.00 The Block. 4.00 House Hunters Int. 5.00 Escape To The Chateau. 6.00 House Hunters Int. 7.00 House Hunters. 7.30 Barnwood Builders. 8.30 Restored. 9.30 Beachfront Bargain Hunt: Renovation. 10.30 Salvage Dawgs. 11.00 Late Programs.

SKY NEWS (53)

6am Headline News. 8.30 Sports First. 9.00 Sports First. 10.00 AM Agenda. 11.00 WIN’s All Australian News. Noon NewsDay. 1.00 NewsDay. 2.00 Afternoon Agenda. 3.00 Afternoon Agenda. 4.00 The Bolt Report. 5.00 Sports Day. 6.00 Credlin. 7.00 Sky News Across Australia. 8.00 Alan Jones. 9.00 Paul Murray Live: Our Town. 10.00 Paul Murray Live: Our Town. 11.00 Late Programs.

THURSDAY, July 30 ABC (2)

SBS (3)

PRIME7 (6)

NBN (8, 80)

WIN (5)

6.00 News. 9.00 ABC News Mornings. 10.00 Back Roads. (R) 10.30 Planet America. (R) 11.00 The Repair Shop. (R) 12.00 ABC News At Noon. 1.00 Hard Quiz. (PG, R) 1.30 The Weekly. (Final, PG, R) 2.00 Call The Midwife. (PGa, R, CC) 3.00 ABC News Afternoons. (CC) 4.15 Think Tank. (PG, R, CC) 5.10 The Repair Shop. (R, CC)

6.00 WorldWatch. 8.10 Filipino News. 8.40 French News. 9.30 Greek News. 10.30 German News. 11.00 Spanish News. 11.30 Turkish News. 12.00 Arabic News F24. 12.30 ABC America: World News Tonight. 1.00 PBS News. 2.00 Over The Black Dot. (R) 3.00 First Australians. (PG, R) 4.15 Destination Flavour China Bitesize. (R) 4.35 Coast To Coast. (PGa, R) 5.30 Letters And Numbers. (R)

6.00 Sunrise. (CC) 9.00 The Morning Show. (PG, CC) 11.30 Seven Morning News. (CC) 12.00 MOVIE: 19th Wife. (2010, Masv, R, CC) 2.00 To Be Advised. 3.00 The Chase. (R, CC) 4.00 Seven News At 4. (CC) 5.00 The Chase Australia. (CC)

6.00 Today. (CC) 9.00 Today Extra. (PG, CC) 11.30 Morning News. (CC) 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show. (PG, R, CC) 1.00 MOVIE: If I Stay. (2014, Ma, CC) 3.00 Tipping Point. (PG, CC) 4.00 Afternoon News. (CC) 5.00 Millionaire Hot Seat. (R, CC)

6.00 Headline News. 8.30 Studio 10. (PG) 12.00 Dr Phil. (PGal) 1.00 To Be Advised. 2.30 Entertainment Tonight. (CC) 3.00 Judge Judy. (PG, CC) 3.30 My Market Kitchen. (CC) 4.00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield. (CC) 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful. (CC) 5.00 10 News First. (CC)

6.00 The Drum. (CC) 6.55 Sammy J. (PG, CC) 7.00 ABC News. (CC) 7.30 7.30. (CC) 8.00 The Heights. (PG, CC) 8.30 Escape From The City. (CC) 9.30 Kurt Fearnley’s One Plus One. (CC) 10.00 Would I Lie To You? (PG, R, CC) 10.30 ABC Late News. 11.00 When Louis Met Paul And Debbie. (PG, R) 11.50 Louis Theroux: Louis And The Brothel. (Malns, R) 12.55 Wentworth. (MA15+ad, R) 1.45 Rage. (MA15+adhlnsv) 3.00 Gardening Aust. (R) 3.30 Call The Midwife. (PGa, R) 4.30 The Drum. (R) 5.25 Sammy J. (PG, R) 5.30 7.30. (R)

6.00 Mastermind Australia. (R, CC) 6.30 SBS World News. (CC) 7.35 Hitler’s Supercars. (PGa, CC) 8.30 The Day Hitler Died. (a, R, CC) 9.30 War Of The Worlds. (MA15+, CC) 10.25 SBS World News Late. (CC) 11.00 Tin Star. (MA15+lv, CC) 11.50 Asylum City. (Ma, R) 4.00 Full Frontal With Samantha Bee. (PGa, R) 4.25 Great British Railway Journeys. (PG, R, CC) 5.00 CGTN English News. (CC) 5.15 NHK World English News. (CC) 5.30 Deutsche Welle English News. (CC)

6.00 PRIME7 News. (CC) 6.30 PRIME7 News @ 6:30. (CC) 7.00 Home And Away. (PG, CC) Willow forces Jasmine to open up. 7.30 MOVIE: Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 1. (2010, Mhv, R, CC) Harry searches for the Horcruxes. Daniel Radcliffe. 10.00 The Latest: Seven News. (CC) 10.30 To Be Advised. 11.30 Surveillance Oz Dashcam. (PGl, R, CC) A look at an argument over a hit and run. 12.00 Home Shopping. 5.00 Seven Early News. (CC) 5.30 Sunrise. (CC)

6.00 NBN News. (CC) 7.00 A Current Affair. (CC) 7.30 Rugby League. (CC) NRL. Round 12. St George Illawarra Dragons v South Sydney Rabbitohs. 9.45 Golden Point. (CC) 10.30 Nine News Late. (CC) 11.00 Murdered By Morning. (MA15+av, CC) 11.50 The Fix. (Mv, R, CC) 12.40 Tipping Point. (PG, R, CC) 1.30 TV Shop: Home Shopping. (R) 2.30 Global Shop. 3.00 TV Shop: Home Shopping. (R) 4.00 Ellen DeGeneres. (PG, R) 5.00 News. 5.30 Today.

6.30 The Project. (CC) A look at the day’s news. 7.30 Celebrity Gogglebox USA. (Mls, CC) Celebrities watch TV shows. 8.30 Law & Order: SVU. (Ma, CC) An artist puts her accusations of sexual assault against a popular athlete on a billboard. 10.30 Blue Bloods. (Mav, R, CC) New York City experiences a major blackout. 11.30 WIN’s All Australian News. (CC) 12.30 The Project. (R, CC) 1.30 The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. (PG, CC) 2.30 Home Shopping. (R) 4.30 CBS This Morning. (CC)

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6am Children’s Programs. 7.15pm Odd Squad. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.30 Hard Quiz. 9.00 Motherland. 10.00 Women On The Verge. 10.30 Retrograde. 10.55 Schitt’s Creek. 11.40 Parks And Recreation. Midnight 30 Rock. 12.45 Workaholics. 1.25 Peep Show. 2.15 Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled. 3.00 News Update. 3.05 Close. 5.00 The Day Henry Met. 5.05 Timmy Time. 5.15 Late Programs.

VICELAND (31) 6am WorldWatch. 10.00 Basketball. WNBA. Dallas v New York. Noon Basketball. WNBA. Atlanta Dream v Las Vegas Aces. 2.00 Go 8 Bit. 2.55 Cyberwar. 3.20 Tattoo Age. 3.45 WorldWatch. 5.10 Game Of Bros. 5.40 The Joy Of Painting With Bob Ross. 6.10 Forged In Fire. 7.00 Jeopardy! 7.30 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown. 8.30 Cults And Extreme Belief. 9.20 Letterkenny. 10.10 Late Programs.

7TWO (62) 6am Home Shopping. 7.00 Kitty Is Not A Cat. 8.00 Harry’s Practice. 8.30 Million Dollar Minute. 9.30 NBC Today. Noon My Greek Odyssey. 1.00 To Be Advised. 2.00 Harry’s Practice. 2.30 Million Dollar Minute. 3.30 The Illusionists. 4.30 Medical Emergency. 5.00 RSPCA Animal Rescue. 5.30 Escape To The Country. 6.30 Bargain Hunt. 7.30 Father Brown. 8.30 Murdoch Mysteries. 11.30 Late Programs.

9GEM (82) 6am TV Shop. 7.00 Creflo. 7.30 TV Shop. 10.30 Ellen DeGeneres. 11.30 My Favorite Martian. Noon The Rockford Files. 1.10 Days Of Our Lives. 2.05 The Young And The Restless. 3.00 Antiques Roadshow. 3.30 MOVIE: Outcast Of The Islands. (1951, PG) 5.30 The Secret Life Of The Zoo. 6.30 Antiques Roadshow. 7.30 Territory Cops. 8.40 Reported Missing. 9.50 City Of Evil. 10.50 Late Programs.

BOLD (51) 6am Home Shopping. 8.00 Diagnosis Murder. 9.00 Star Trek: Voyager. 10.00 Jake And The Fatman. 11.00 MacGyver. Noon NCIS. 1.00 WIN’s All Australian News. 2.00 Instinct. 3.00 Bondi Rescue. 3.30 Diagnosis Murder. 4.30 Star Trek: Enterprise. 5.30 Star Trek: Voyager. 6.30 Bondi Rescue. 7.30 NCIS. 8.30 Hawaii Five-0. 10.30 NCIS. 11.30 NCIS: LA. 12.30am Shopping. 2.00 Late Programs.

ABC ME (23) 6am Children’s Programs. 5.30pm The Penguins Of Madagascar. 6.00 All Hail King Julien. 6.30 Horrible Histories. 7.00 Deadly 60 On A Mission: Pole To Pole. 7.35 Kung Fu Panda: Legends Of Awesomeness. 8.00 Thunderbirds Are Go. 8.20 Danger Mouse. 8.35 Teenage Fairytale Dropouts. 8.50 So Awkward. 9.15 The Legend Of Korra. 9.40 Slugterra. 10.00 Rage. 11.05 Close. 5.30am Children’s Programs.

SBS MOVIES (32) 6am Morning Programs. 7.25 Kirikou And The Men And Women. (2012, PG, French) 9.05 Finding Altamira. (2016, PG) 10.50 Travellers And Magicians. (2003, PG, Dzongkha) 12.50pm My Neighbour Totoro. (1988, PG) 2.30 Zarafa. (2012, PG, French) 4.00 Golden Kingdom. (2015, PG, Burmese) 5.55 Polina. (2016, PG, French) 7.55 Slow West. (2015, M) 9.30 Volver. (2006, M, Spanish) 11.45 Late Programs.

7MATE (63) 6am Morning Programs. 8.00 America’s Game: The Super Bowl Champions. 9.00 Swamp People. 10.00 Megastructures. 11.00 American Pickers. Noon Storage Wars. 12.30 Cars, Cops & Criminals. 2.00 American Dad! 2.30 Family Guy. 3.00 The Simpsons. 4.00 Pawn Stars. 4.30 Megastructures. 5.30 Storage Wars. 6.00 American Pickers. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 7.30 To Be Advised. 10.45 Late Programs.

9GO! (83) 6am Children’s Programs. 10.00 Robot Wars: Extreme. 11.00 Dance Moms. Noon The Bionic Woman. 1.00 Xena. 2.00 Friday Night Lights. 3.00 Children’s Programs. 6.00 Malcolm. 7.30 American Idol. 9.20 MOVIE: Step Up Revolution. (2012, PG) 11.20 Malcolm. 11.50 Miami Vice. 12.45am Robot Wars: Extreme. 1.40 Surfing Australia TV. 2.10 Dance Moms. 3.00 Beyblade Burst Evolution. 3.30 Ninjago. 4.00 Late Programs.

PEACH (52) 6am Morning Programs. 8.00 Scope. 8.35 SpongeBob. 9.00 Crocamole. 9.30 Blaze And The Monster Machines. 10.00 PAW Patrol. 11.00 SpongeBob. Noon WIN News. 1.00 Charmed. 2.00 Seinfeld. 3.00 Raymond. 4.00 Becker. 5.00 Frasier. 6.00 Friends. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Friends. 8.00 Seinfeld. 9.00 Two And A Half Men. 10.30 The Middle. 11.00 Late Programs.

ABC NEWS (24) 6am News Programs. 3pm ABC News Afternoons. 4.00 Afternoon Briefing. 5.00 ABC News Hour. 6.00 ABC Evening News. 7.00 ABC National News. 8.00 ABC News Tonight. 8.45 The Business. 9.00 The Drum. 10.00 The World. 11.00 ABC Nightly News. 11.30 7.30. Midnight ABC Late News. 12.15 The Business. 12.30 Foreign Correspondent. 1.00 ABC Late News. 1.30 The Drum. 2.25 Late Programs.

SBS FOOD (33) 6am Morning Programs. 1.30pm Mercurio’s Menu. 2.00 The Urban Vegetarian. 2.30 Chefs’ Line. 3.00 Delicacy Hunter. 3.30 Mexican Table. 4.00 Cook’s Pantry. 4.30 Cook And The Chef. 5.30 Martha Bakes. 6.00 Ready Steady Cook UK. 7.00 How To Cook. 7.30 Macao Gourmet. 8.00 Nigellissima. 8.30 My Swedish Kitchen. 9.00 Hidden Italy. 9.30 Bake With Anna. 10.00 Late Programs.

NITV (34) 6am Morning Programs. 1.55pm To The Point. 2.00 Going Places. 3.00 Jarjums. 4.05 Coyote’s Crazy Smart Science Show. 4.30 Musomagic. 5.00 Fraggle Rock. 6.00 Chefs’ Line. 6.30 On Country Kitchen. 7.00 Our Stories. 7.20 Young, Strong & Proud. 7.25 NITV News Update. 7.30 Blood Brothers. 8.30 Insight. 9.30 NITV News Update. 9.35 MOVIE: 5th World. (2005, M) 11.05 Late Programs.

9LIFE (84) 6am Morning Programs. 8.30 The Block. 9.30 House Hunters Int. 10.30 House Hunters. 11.00 Restored. Noon Beachfront Bargain Hunt: Renovation. 1.00 Barnwood Builders. 2.00 Good Bones. 3.00 The Block. 4.00 House Hunters Int. 5.00 Home Town. 6.00 House Hunters Int. 7.00 House Hunters. 7.30 House Hunters International. 8.30 Fixer Upper. 9.30 Botched. 10.30 Botched By Nature. 11.30 Late Programs.

SKY NEWS (53)

6am Headline News. 8.30 Sports First. 9.00 Sports First. 10.00 AM Agenda. 11.00 WIN’s All Australian News. Noon NewsDay. 1.00 NewsDay. 2.00 Afternoon Agenda. 3.00 Afternoon Agenda. 4.00 The Bolt Report. 5.00 Sports Day. 6.00 Credlin. 7.00 Sky News Across Australia. 8.00 Alan Jones. 9.00 Paul Murray Live. 10.00 The Bolt Report. 11.00 Late Programs.


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RHODODENDRONS Rhododendrons with their trusses of flowers and often leathery looking leaves, are a well known flowering plant of cool climate gardens. There are between 800 and 900 different wild kinds of rhododendrons, as well as

where it is something of a weed, but in Australia it will grow well in milder parts of the country even beside the sea. Rhododendron vs azalea Gardeners can be excused for being confused about the difference

It spreads quickly and forms a dense evergreen border with a soft look that compliments many gardens, including cottage gardens, lush tropical gardens full of palms and bird of paradise, formal gardens & contemporary modern landscapes.

RAINFOREST PLANTS FOR THE HOME GARDEN

Midyim Berry This fine-leaved shrub has weeping characteristics and, if not pruned, will sprawl to

whiskers), are borne in summer and autumn. It is very ornamental when in flower, and is attractive to bees,

Although rainforest trees are usually thought of as being very tall, with dense canopy and large buttresses, there are many trees, shrubs and understory plants which are in fact quite small or can be pruned to fit comfortably in the smaller garden and make

fill a space of 2 metres in diameter. It produces small white flowers in spring and has splendid bronze-coppery young growth. If planted 2 metres apart and pruned after fruiting it can form a very handsome hedge. Midyim’s small fruit is speckled light mauve and is edible and really tasty. It attracts the fruit-eating birds and once established requires only minimal watering. It will grow in full sun or partial shade. Orthosiphon aristatis Cat’s Whiskers This fast growing, perennial bush grows 1-2m. It likes a sunny or part shady, well-drained location, and is droughttolerant though it flowers better if the soil around it is kept moist. It responds well to pruning. Spikes of white tubular flowers, with exceptionally long stamens (like a cat’s

butterflies and some birds. It is frost sensitive but grows easily from cuttings. This coming Sunday 26 July we have a free guided walk at Lismore Rainforest Botanic Gardens 313 Wyrallah Rd, East Lismore starting at 9.30am. The walk will be in the Wilson’s Park Species Garden – an area of beautiful young rainforest plants with level unpaved walking paths. Gate only open between 9.15am and 10 am. BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL as numbers are limited due to Covid19 restrictions. Contact: publicity@ friendslrbg.com.au

Bongo Borders Liriope

thousands of hybrids. Rhododendrons range in size from tiny shrubs such as Rhododendron ‘Cilpinense’, R. lutescens and R. spinuliferum, with its red firecrackerlike flowers, up to the impressive tree rhododendrons from the rainforests of the Himalayas in western China which reach 20-30m (up to 100’) tall. One such large form is R. macadeanum, which has clusters of large yellow flowers. Growing rhododendrons Rhododendrons grow well in cool places and mountain areas and are frequently seen in gardens in these districts. Admirers of these plants who visit the mountains to see spring gardens often return to their homes by the coast or in other parts of Australia wishing they could grow similar specimens in their own gardens.

between azaleas and rhododendrons. All azaleas are in fact true rhododendrons. In general those plants which flower across the top are referred to as azaleas, and those that flower in groups called trusses are deemed rhododendrons. The most commonly grown rhododendrons in Australian gardens are evergreen azaleas once referred to as Azalea indica. Mondo Grass Uses Select from Mini Mondo Grass, Tall Mondo Grass or Bongo Borders® Liriope & throw away your shears. The advantage of Mondo Grass and Bongo Borders Liriope is that once they grow to their full height they never grow any taller. You simply choose the right height plant for your needs to create a dense, rich, glossy green border that never needs trimming. Mini Mondo

There are a number of varieties that will grow right down to sea level in places such as Sydney and even further north but will also grow well in cool districts. Most of the rhododendrons that do well in mild to warm climates are hybrids of Rhododendron arboreum, a species which comes from relatively low altitude areas in the Himalayas. Another is the attractive lavenderflowered Rhododendron ponticum. This is a wild species which has become naturalised in Britain,

Mini Mondo is the most popular Mondo. It spreads quickly & forms a very dense, slightly curly looking, rich green border which will never grow taller than 10cm. Mini Mondo can be planted in front of a low hedge to create a layered effect, or planted as a border around low growing plants that you don’t wish to have dwarfed by your border. Tall Mondo Tall Mondo is a finer, straighter leaved Mondo, which grows to a maximum height of 30cm.

Bongo Borders Liriope are the perfect compliment border & perform like a giant Mondo Grass. Bongo Borders Liriope grow to a maximum height of 90cm. Their rich strap like leaves form a very full and attractive border, which spreads quickly & gives the feeling of luxuriance. Bongo Borders Liriope are a Liriope gigantea (Giant Liriope) that go well with all kinds of garden styles. Use them as a tall to medium border in a series of layered borders. The Perfect Filler Mondo Grass and Bongo Borders Liriope can be used as attractive evergreen fillers as they grow well under and around other plants. When you look at a garden bed that looks a bit empty, it’s full of shrubs and trees that have grown up and left the ground level empty and bare. Mondo Grass or Bongo Borders Liriope are the ideal plants to fill these spaces. Choose the height of the filler that would be in proportion with the types of plants you are interplanting with. Bongo Borders Liriope looks great interplanted with trees and shrubs with tall trunks. Tall Mondo Grass looks great around medium sized shrubs and foliage plants & the Mini Mondo Grass compliments groundcovers and small plants. You can plant combinations of Mini Mondo Grass and Tall Mondo Grass or Tall Mondo Grass and Bongo Borders Liriope. Mini Mondo Grass tends to look too small when planted with Bongo Borders Liriope and all three planted together can look a bit busy.

beautiful displays. August and September are good times to plant rainforest plants before weather gets too hot and while there is moisture in the ground. Plant in soil with plenty of vegetable matter in it, water well and deeply and mulch to keep root zone cool and moist. Young plants then need to be watered once a week for first three months. Once established, rainforest plants can survive long dry spells, though an occasional good soaking will help keep them healthy. Unlike most other native plants, rainforest plants respond well to limited amounts of fertilizer if it is well watered in. However do not add lime or dolomite to the soil as these plants prefer to grow in more acid soil. Austromyrtus dulcis

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From Marie Matthews For Friends of Lismore Rainforest Botanic Gardens Phone 0428 895261

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RECIPES

JULY 23, 2020

Devilled Sausages How to make Devilled Sausages

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Fry up your sausages until browned and just cooked through. Remove from pan. 2. Fry your onion & apple until golden, add your garlic to fry for a further minute, then pour in your beef stock + cornstarch and chopped tomatoes. 3. Add your smoked paprika, cayenne pepper (to taste), mustard, Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, thyme and seasoning and simmer until thickened and the sausages are cooked throughout.

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WHAT ARE DEVILLED SAUSAGES? Devilled sausages are essentially a quick sausage casserole in a sweet, spicy and slightly sticky sauce. They’re often cooked in one pan in a rich tomatoey/ beefy sauce and served with fruit such as apples, pears or currants.

Devilled sausages are the answer to your week night dinners. Quick, easy and a good excuse to use up some cupboard staples. Devilled Sausages Ingredients • •

Pork Sausages Beef Stock + Cornstarch (Cornflour)

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12 Pork Sausages 1 cup / 250ml Beef Stock 1 tsp Cornstarch/ Cornflour 1 can (400g/14oz) Chopped Tomatoes 1 Onion, sliced 1 Apple (any variety, I prefer red) cored, peeled and sliced 1 clove Garlic, minced 2 tbsp Worcestershire Sauce 1 tbsp Mustard (English or Dijon) 1 tsp Dark Soy Sauce 3/4 tsp Smoked Paprika 1/4 tsp Cayenne Pepper (more or less to

taste) 3-4 sprigs of Fresh Thyme Salt & Black Pepper, to taste Olive Oil, for frying

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Fry your sausages over medium heat until just cooked. Take out of pan and place to one side. Fry your onions and apple until golden brown, then add your garlic and fry for a further minute or so. In a separate bowl, combine your beef stock and cornstarch/cornflour until lump free. Pour in the skillet with your tomatoes and stir until smooth. Add your paprika, cayenne pepper, thyme, Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce and mustard. Check for seasoning/ spice. Add your sausages back to the pan and simmer until the sauce has thickened and the sausages are hot all the way through.

What to serve with Devilled Sausages - For me it’s always gotta be a dollop of creamy mash. But rice also works perfectly!

The ultimate bread and butter pudding Ingredients

Method

1. Grease a 2L baking dish. 2. Arrange the almond croissant pieces in the baking dish, then top with layer of pain au raisins pieces and finish with a layer of brioche. 3. Whisk the butter, eggs, sugar, cream, milk, orange zest and vanilla together in a bowl until just combined. Pour over the pastries and brioche, then stand for 3-4 hours to allow the cream mixture to soak in and the flavours to develop. 4. Preheat the oven to 180°C. 5. Bake the pudding for 1 hour or until just set. Dust with icing sugar and serve.

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2 almond croissants, roughly torm 3 pain au raisins, roughly torn 400g brioche loaf, roughly torn 100g Lurpak unsalted butter, melted, cooled 6 eggs 1 cup (220g) caster sugar 600ml pure (thin) cream 600ml milk Finely grated zest of 1 orange 2 teaspoons vanilla extract Icing sugar, to dust

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Serves 8 Prep Time 10mins Cook Time 1hr Ingredients 11 Difficulty Easy Add Ice Cream, Cream, Yoghurt or Custrad to taste


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Beef, Beer and Bacon Spaghetti SERVES 4 INGREDIENTS 13 DIFFICULTY EASY This is one trifecta we’ll always back, with all the favourite essentials in one dish. Dinner is served, just add beer.

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2 tbs olive oil 8 streaky bacon rashers, chopped 1 onion, finely chopped 1 leek (pale part only), thinly sliced 3 garlic cloves, chopped 6 thyme sprigs, leaves picked 2 tbs tomato paste 500g beef mince 1/4 cup (60ml) Worcestershire sauce 345ml beer (we used lager) 400g can chopped tomatoes 400g bucatini or other long pasta Grated parmesan and chopped flat-leaf parsley, to serve.

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until fragrant. Increase heat to medium-high and add the tomato paste. Cook, stirring, for 1 minute, then add the beef and cook, stirring, for 5-6 minutes until browned. Add Worcestershire sauce, beer and chopped tomato, scraping the bottom of the pan. Bring to a simmer, then reduce heat to medium-low and cook for 30-35 minutes until reduced and thickened. Cook the pasta according to packet instructions. Drain, reserving 1/3 cup (80ml) cooking water. Add reserved cooking water to the beef mixture and stir to loosen. Add the pasta to the pan and toss to combine. Divide pasta among bowls and serve topped with parmesan and parsley.

Options: Use button mushrooms in place of beef mince for vegetarian option. Add olives.

1. Heat oil in a large saucepan over medium heat. Cook the bacon for 4-5 minutes until crisp and fat has rendered. Add the onion and leek, and cook, stirring, for 3-4 minutes until softened. Add the garlic and thyme, and cook for a further 1-2 minutes

Lemonade Scones We are reprinting these as we forgot the amounts of ingredients in the pervious edition.

Scones are an afternoon tea favourite in Australia, brought to our shores when the British settled here just over 200 years ago. It’s a regular at quaint tea houses, especially in the countryside, and at local bake sales! Moist and fluffy scones, made with only 3 ingredients! These are truly miracle. They must be served with copious amounts of cream and jam. That’s a given!

To serve

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3 1/2 cups self raising flour , plus extra for dusting (flour sub - Note 1)

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1 cup thickened cream (heavy cream), not whipped! 1 cup lemonade

Whipped cream Jam

Instructions Preheat oven to 200°C/390°F (180°C fan). Line tray with baking/ parchment paper. Combine the flour, cream and lemonade in a bowl and mix until flour is mostly combined. Do not over mix, it will make the scones dense! The dough should be soft and fairly sticky. Turn out onto a floured surface,

and knead gently just 3 - 5 times to bring dough together, then gently pat into a disc shape 2.5cm/1” thick. Use a 6cm/2.5” round cutter to cut rounds - press straight up and down (don’t twist), flour cutter in between. (Note 4) Use a knife or similar to scoop up (avoid touching sides) and place on tray, slightly touching each other (they help each other rise). Brush the tops lightly with milk. (Note 5) Bake for 15 minutes until golden on top. Place on rack to cool. Place tea towel over them to stop the tops from getting crusty. Serve with copious amounts of cream and jam, and of course tea!

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Letters to the Editor If you would like to post us a letter, please address it to: The Editor Heartland Media 81 Walker St, Casino 2470 NSW or email it to: editor@heartlandmedia.com.au I don’t have a question, I would just like to say again, many, many thanks for your ‘new’ paper, again, it is very much appreciated. Congratulations to all involved. I was so pleased, as I know also from my friends, that the 2nd Edition also included ‘TV weekly guide’ and ‘Funeral Notices’, both also very much appreciated. It is indeed great to have such committed people in this region providing residents, who perhaps don’t have access to ‘on-line’ information, with a printed source of local stories and information. Again, thank you. Lorna Ruge (Mrs). ‘A satisfied customer’.

Hey guys, we are looking at doing some advertising with you guys. if you can let me know what’s available that would be great. Ian

Good to see you up and running...I wondered who would fill the vacuum. RP Good Afternoon Jeff and Staff. I just want to say THANK YOU for the Newspaper that you Posted out to Me of the First Edition. I received it Today. Thanks, Much appreciated from Michelle. Great paper. I will be in contact re some advertising thanks Gai

I Cannot believe how popular The Northern Rivers Times is. I tried 4 different shops and they had all gone, I rang my brother in Grafton and he had the same experience, thank you to Hollie from your office for tracking a copy down for me and my brother. Magnificent paper nd long overdue. Rita I have read more news in the past week on your Facebook page than I have seen locally in the past 13 years. Well done, your community of the northern rivers loves the Times. Valerie Congratulations on your first edition of this local paper. It was a most welcome read in our household, with its refreshing, honest approach and broad, in depth coverage.

Thznk you very much for this. Wishing you all the very best in this venture. Kind regards Di That is absolutely amazing guys job well done, keep up the fantastic work for the communitys Kellie-Jo I have been watching for Sky News (53) to be included in weekly TV Guides, and so pleased to see it in your paper today. A big thank you Jan Collected a copy at West Ballina Spar yesterday. Love it! Great paper. Frances well done folks..... who needs news corp or the like .... You are making it obvious that local news by locals is accepted and wanted.. xxx Kai Looking forward to the next paper thank you Bev Thankyou for providing this and I hope it is a great success. Leanne Great read good luck from Brisbane Judy Sold out in Goonellabah -- People must think they will be a collectors item in

years to come. BUT I am very happy to read the online version -- All the best for the future folks !!! Bill Yay. In Ballina so great it is online. Thanks. Julianne Fantastic, thank you! Belinda Thank you we picked one up today in Grafton Mall. Mary Picked mine up from Sunnyside Newsagent in Murbah yesterday. Jo-Ann All the copies we received at Pets and Saddles went so quickly that it was unbelievable Lucinda Thankyou for printing... everyone loves the idea of actually reading the paper in hard copy form so much more than another screen!! Monique Excellant job congratulations Vicki Congratulations to The Northern Rivers Times for the launch of its first printed free paper today across the Clarence Valley. Grafton Jacaranda Festival

Do you have a treasure in your garage Just send in a clear photo and a description (in 50 words or less) to John The Penny Man at info@thepennyman.com.au

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Hi John, I recently inherited an old timber clock from my Grandfather. It says Ansonia New York on the dial. I would like to know more. Cheers Andrew Hi Andrew, The Ansonia Clock Company is one of the best known quality clock manufactures from the 1850’s upto the 1930’s. Founded in 1850 in Connecticut, the company grew quickly with over 25,000 clocks produced each year in the late 1850’s. In 1877 the company moved to New York. There, a booming New York with its culture and wealth, the Ansonia Clock company started making the figurine clocks, swing clocks and other unusual and desirable clocks for which it became famous. By the 1890’s the Ansonia Company was making over 255 different models. Ansonia continued making great clocks through to the Great Depression where debt and bad business decisions led to the collapse of the company. You clock is a wonderful example of a 1880-1900 Ansonia Wooden cased mantle clock. It has a lovely decorative pendulum and has a half and full hour strike mechanism. Your clock would sell for $550 to $600 in a retail environment.

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SUNSHINE SUGAR TAKES OUT INTERNATIONAL AWARD

focused on the strategic business plan which is working to maintain productivity across the core product range and building on the strengths of the business and its people; whilst building a portfolio of diversification and innovation for future

Sunshine Sugar is proud to be a recipient of a Silver Award for Innovative Management in Consumer Product & Service Industries in the category of ‘Innovation in Management.’ The Stevie® Awards were created in 2002 to honour and generate recognition of the achievements and positive contributions of organizations and working professionals worldwide. The name Stevie is derived from the Greek word for “crowned.” The Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards is one of eight international programs and is open to businesses of all sizes from 29 nations across the Asia-Pacific region. Its judges include many respected executives, entrepreneurs, innovators, and business educators from across the globe. Sunshine Sugar’s entry “Addressing industry challenges through innovation and diversification” receives a Silver trophy along with technology giant, Dell Technologies, India and USANA Health Sciences, USA. “To be recognised in this international business awards program is testament to the innovation and diversification strategy we have put in place here at Sunshine Sugar;” said CEO Mr Chris Connors. Sunshine Sugar’s entry

sustainability. Particular projects showcased in the entry were Low GI Sugar and Botanical Water. Mr Connors said; “Sharing a podium with a multinational corporation like Dell Technologies, demonstrates that the NSW sugar industry is definitely punching well above its weight.”

The winners of the Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards for 2020 have been announced and

BIGGEST EVER PENALTY FOR CLUB LINKED TO PROBLEM GAMBLER’S DEATH

The NSW Independent Liquor & Gaming Authority has ordered Dee Why RSL to pay $200,000 in fines and costs after the 2018 suicide of Gary Van Duinen revealed the club’s irresponsible gambling practices. ILGA found the club’s conduct was likely to encourage the misuse and abuse of gambling activities after a Liquor & Gaming NSW investigation exposed how the club had wined and dined Mr Van Duinen while ignoring his serious gambling addiction. The $200,000 penalty is the biggest ever imposed on a licensed venue in NSW and exceeds the $172,000 penalty imposed on two

Woolworths-owned ALH hotels just last week. ILGA has also placed extraordinary special conditions on the club’s licence, including a round-the-clock responsible gambling marshall to monitor gaming areas for signs of problem gambling and engage with patrons showing these signs. Clubs are currently only required to operate self-exclusion schemes, but in another first, ILGA has ordered the club to set up a thirdparty exclusion scheme where family and friends of a problem gambler can apply to have the person banned from entering a venue. ILGA chair Philip Crawford said the record penalty against the club was justified given its failure to help Mr Van Duinen despite complaints from his wife and readily available information pointing to his gambling problem. “Mr Van Duinen died in tragic circumstances. His heavy gambling occurred at a club that was giving him special treatment while failing to recognise his problem, despite having extensive data to do so,” Mr Crawford said. Mr Van Duinen, 45, of Cromer, was a self-employed builder and a ‘diamond’ member of the club’s rewards program. He made 170 visits to play gaming machines in the two years before his death on 31 May 2018, playing an average of nearly six hours per visit, with some visits lasting up to 13 hours. Club membership data revealed that across those visits, he gambled more than $3.7 million, or an average of $22,333 per visit, losing a total of $230,000. Mr Van Duinen’s diamond membership entitled him to benefits such as VIP parking, private red-carpet entry, personalised hosting, a priority paging service on the gaming floor and accrual of reward points to spend on food, beverages and other benefits. His wife, Sonia Van Duinen, told Liquor & Gaming NSW that, “Gary, since becoming a diamond member, was

treated like royalty by the club. He enjoyed it.” Mr Crawford said: “It was the club’s selection of Mr Van Duinen as a ‘top 100’ gaming machine player, targeted exclusively to receive special ‘high roller’ benefits like harbour cruises and race day events, that was found likely to encourage the misuse and abuse of gambling.” “This contravened both gaming machines and registered clubs’ legislation.” Following the 2018 reforms to the gaming machine local impact process, the NSW Government is exploring options for a statewide exclusion scheme. Other reforms being considered would see more responsibility fall on to clubs and hotels to proactively interact with and support gaming machine players who show problematic gambling behaviours. These reforms will be put to the community for comment. A full copy of the decision is available on the Liquor & Gaming NSW website.

CALLING ALL CREATIVES: SHOW US WHAT LIFE IN RURAL AUSTRALIA MEANS TO YOU!

The National Rural Health Alliance, the peak body for rural health in Australia, is pleased to announce that the 2020 Friends #loverural Photo and Poetry Competition is now open! Run in conjunction with Friends of the Alliance, a grassroots network of people and organisations interested in improving the health and wellbeing of people in rural, regional and remote Australia, the photo and poetry competition is a chance for amateur photographers and poets to send in words or images that showcase the beauty and passion of rural Australia and the communities that live

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there. “This has been a tough year for many people in rural, regional and remote Australia with drought, bushfires, floods, and now COVID-19,” said National Rural Health Alliance CEO Dr Gabrielle O’Kane. “But one thing it has shown is that rural communities are as vibrant and strong as ever, and that rural Australia remains a great place to live and work. “What better way to show that than through photos and poetry?” The theme for the competition is #loverural, and entries could include photos and poetry that showcase everyday life in rural Australia, personal experiences with drought, flood or bushfires, or how communities coped with isolation and social distancing during COVID-19. “We hope that this year’s Friends Photo and Poetry Competition will be a chance for people across the country to show us what life in rural Australia means to you, either by picking up the camera or putting pen to paper,” said Dr O’Kane. “It’s also a chance for us to highlight the links between the arts and health, both in terms of the positive impacts of the arts on physical and mental health, but also the way the arts can be a force for community development and help us to create healthier rural communities.” Finalists from the 2019 competition are available to view here (photos) and here (poetry). Further information is here and entries close 31 August 2020. Membership of Friends of the Alliance for the 2020/21 year is now open.

COMMEMORATING THE END OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR, 75 YEARS ON MORE than 17,000 schools, ex-service organisations and community groups will this week start to receive a range of resources to

help commemorate and honour the service and sacrifice of those who served in the Second World War, 75 years on from the war’s end. Minister for Veterans’ Affairs Darren Chester said a pack of engaging historical and educational resources have been mailed out to communities to help promote awareness of the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War and Victory in the Pacific. “Almost one million Australians served in the Second World War against Germany and Italy in Europe, the Mediterranean and North Africa, against Japan in south-east Asia and the Pacific, as well as on the home front,” Mr Chester said. “The Second World War changed the course of our history and the lives of so many Australians forever — it brought a foreign threat to Australia for the first time, with the Japanese bombing northern parts of the country and attacking Sydney Harbour with midget submarines. “It is important that our younger generations learn about, and understand, the service and sacrifice of those who served and protected our shores from a very real threat, particularly as we still have 12,000 veterans from the war who are still with us today.” The Victory in the Pacific mail-out includes posters, Wartime Snapshot No.28, educational resources to support teachers such as Shifting Tides: Australia and the Pacific in the Second World War, History in Focus information cards and the video series Stories of Service: The Second World War. “More than 39,000 Australians died and around 30,000 were taken prisoner during the Second World War and in the lead-up to 15 August and the commemoration marking the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War I encourage all Australians to learn more about this conflict and those who served,” Mr Chester said. Emailing education@ dva.gov.au. For more educational resources


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RANGE ROVER SPORT SVR

By EWAN KENNEDY The new Range Rover Sport SVR Carbon Edition is the highperformance flagship of the range. Designed, engineered and developed by Special Vehicle Operations, the luxury performance SUV is handfinished in Coventry, UK. The 5.0-litre supercharged V8 engine produces 423kW (575PS) and generates 700Nm of torque. It can power the SVR from zero to 100km/h in 4.5 seconds and to a top speed of 283km/h. Coupled with bespoke enhancements to the chassis, the SVR delivers more dynamic handling. The engineers focused on controlling pitch under heavy acceleration and braking, and

the damping hardware is tuned to provide exceptional turn-in, mid-corner grip and body control. The re profiled front bumper design has vents to improve brake cooling and the performance brake pads and discs provide enhanced performance at higher temperatures Body-coloured detailing at the rear and an SVR badge in place of the Land Rover oval also help to identify the SVR. Visible Carbon Fibre elements include the exposed centre section of the Carbon Fibre bonnet with integrated cooling vents, the front bumper insert surrounds, main grille and vent surrounds, mirror covers and tailgate finisher.

Zero to 100km/h in 4.5 seconds in a 4WD? That’s the Range Rover Sport SVR in action.

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BMW’S 5 SERIES UPGRADED

By EWAN KENNEDY An upgraded BMW 5 Series will arrive in Australia in October and sport a facelift, tail-tuck, revisions and to its interior and technology. The local line-up will start with the 520i, which now features the M Sport package, now fitted as standard on all 5 Series models. The package includes 19-inch light alloy wheels, M Sport suspension, BMW Individual High Gloss Shadow Line, Sport seats, BMW Individual roof-liner in Anthracite, M Aerodynamics Package, M leather steering wheel, M door sills, ‘M’ designation on the front side panels

and tailpipe finishers in chrome with a trapezoidal design. Nineteen inch alloy wheels, Adaptive LED headlights, High Beam Assist and Driving Assistant Professional are now standard on the 520i. The 520i is powered by a 2.0-litre inline four cylinder BMW TwinPower Turbo petrol engine, which produces 135kW and 290Nm,

four cylinder BMW TwinPower Turbo petrol engine of the 530i produces 185kW and 350Nm, it is fitted with an eight-speed Steptronic Sport transmission that provides a wider gear ratio spread. BMW’s advanced 530e Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) matches a 2.0-litre inline four-cylinder TwinPower Turbo

and is mated to an eight-speed Steptronic automatic transmission. The 2.0-litre inline

with a synchronous electric motor that is fully integrated into the gearbox. It

has a generator that recuperates energy back into the high-voltage

selector is moved into the M/S position. The 530e has an

THERE’S NO DOUBT THIS 5 SERIES IS A BMW WITH THAT LARGE FRONT GRILLE. INSIDE IT’S VERY DRIVER ORIENTED. battery during coasting or braking. The 530e can be driven in hybrid mode, electric-only mode or petrol-only mode. When driven in petrol-only mode, the 530e produces 135kW and 300Nm, while the electric motor offers standalone outputs of 80kW and 265Nm. A new XtraBoost function provides added thrust under hard acceleration whereby the joint output of the two power sources can be increased by 30kW – up to 215kW – for up to 10 seconds. XtraBoost is standard, and available when the Driving Experience Control switch is set to SPORT and the gear

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electric-only range of 67km. The 530e features a modern Type 2 charging port with the lithium-ion battery chargeable via three different methods: a domestic wall socket with the supplied convenience charging cable, BMW i Wallbox or public charging stations with Type 2 infrastructure. BMW 530d has the same level of specification as the 530i. Its 3.0-litre inline six-cylinder diesel now features two-stage turbocharging. It produces 195kW and a very handy 620Nm of torque. The M550i xDrive features a 4.4-litre TwinPower Turbo V8

and a rear-biased, fully variable xDrive allwheel-drive system for optimal traction in all situations. This focused sports sedan achieves the standard sprint in just 3.8 seconds. The hot M550i xDrive comes with an extensive list of standard equipment elements, while the M550i xDrive Pure provides the same level of performance but at a lower price point. MODEL RANGE 520i: $95,900 530I: $115,900 530e PHEV: $118,900 530d: $125,900 M550i xDrive Pure: $137,900 M550i xDrive: $152,900 Note: These prices do not include government or dealer delivery charges. Contact your local BMW dealer for drive-away prices.


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VAN MAKES EARLY DELIVERY FOR CLEAN LIVING

By DEREK OGDEN

speed limiter.

In ‘olden days’ we kids would hitch a ride on the Co-op milkman’s float as he did his rounds in northern England. My driving the new Renault Kangoo ZE van recently jogged the old memory – smooth and silent running. Add to this zero nasty tailpipe emissions and it makes you wonder why it has taken so long for modern light commercial vehicle operators to cotton on. The Kangoo ZE (for zero emissions) is totally electric - plug in, plug out and push off. It’s only when you come to the hefty price of the van – fifty grand-plus – that, I suppose, it begins to make sense. Based on the long wheelbase Kangoo van, the ZE’s range is up to 200 km depending on how much work it is put to.

INTERIOR Firm seats feature cloth upholstery, with the driver’s side reach and height adjustable. The passenger seat adjusts forward and aft, with the back folding to form a useful flat working surface as an option. A cabin pre-heating function is standard and the instrument panel includes energy gauge, energy saver and special computer. The 4 cu m load space will take a standard pallet and is accessed by a sliding door on either size or through double doors at the back. Fourteen tie-downs include several on the van sides at waist level. An anti-slip timber floor is an option.

STYLING The ZE is based on the long wheelbase, so design cues are strictly Kangoo. Steel 15-inch wheels are standard and there is a full-size spare for the owner’s peace of mind. Up front are dusksensing automatic headlamps, with foglights, repeated at the rear. Rain-sensing automatic windscreen wipers make a wide sweep. Cruise control incorporates a

INFOTAINMENT A multifunction trip computer with 7-inch screen is standard with AM/FM radio, CD and MP3. There are steering wheel-mounted controls. Renault’s R-LINK enhanced satellite navigation is optional. Bluetooth hands-free with audio streaming standard. ENGINES / TRANSMISSIONS Electric: Synchronous electric motor with rotor coil charges a lithium ion battery peak power is 44 kW. Maximum torque, on

tap from the word go is a very handy 226 Nm. Charging time with a single-phase 3.7 kW/16A wall box is 11 hours to full. A single phase 7.7–22 kW/32A is six hours. Driving range is a claimed 200 km with standard consumption of 155 Wh/km. Emissions are zilch.

point would be in the ball park. The test Renault ZE added 80km to the range with an overnight charge plugged in to a household three-point. The charging socket is accessed in a flash by flicking open a flap under the Renault badge between bonnet and grille. Regenerative braking adds to charging,

The Renault Kangoo ZE long wheelbase van brings a new switch to the van market. SAFETY The Kangoo ZE cabin is fitted with four airbags – front and side. Active safety includes ABS anti-lock braking System, emergency brake assist, electronic stability control, traction control and hill start assist. DRIVING The ‘Kanga’ is no ‘roo off the mark but is capable of cruising with little audible distraction for driver and a single passenger. Further economies can be made by switching to ECO mode. With a designated distance to empty of 200 kilometres, downtown couriers are said by trade publication “Delivery” to average about 150 km a day, so overnight (8 hours) charging from an ‘industrial rate’ power

this is always an important feature of any electric or part-electric vehicle. Behind the driver, there’s a steel safety bulkhead. The absence of side and rear glass means there are large blind spots, greatly eased by a reversing camera projecting an image onto a third of the internal rear-view mirror. Audible reversing sensors watch out for objects in the way. Oversize exterior mirrors give some relief from behind but on reversing out of a car parking space, the restricted side view can cause some mild tension for the driver. Sliding doors with windows, plus glazed rear doors with windscreen wipers and demister are an option. Firm seats are short on side-bolster support, which might be an

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advantage for drivers getting in and out of the van on regular delivery stops. The bulky T-shaped park brake lever is easy to grab but limits centreconsole storage space. What engine noise there is is all-but absent from the cabin, as is road noise on all-but the most course of surfaces. The large exterior mirrors may give a panorama behind but there is some wind noise from them at cruising speeds. Power steering is standard but the steering wheel is only height adjustable. Electric front windows and air-conditioning, the latter with a pollen filter, help keep the sealed-off cabin a liveable workplace. SUMMING UP The Renault Kangoo ZE should make us wonder why there are not more electric vehicles on the road - then the 50 grand-plus purchase price rears its ugly head. Australian governments continue to provide absolutely no assistance to those wanting to buy an electric vehicle. AT A GLANCE MODEL RANGE Renault Kangoo ZE $52,527, with charging unit, driveaway. SPECIFICATIONS

(Renault Kangoo ZE EV synchronous rotor coil motor, lithium ion battery, gearbox with single speed reduction gear bar, FWD, LWB van) ENGINE: Electric: Synchronous with rotor coil Battery: Lithium ion Onboard Power: 33 kWh Peak Power: 44 kW Peak Torque: 226 Nm Charging time Single phase Wall box 3.7kW/16A, 11 hours Single phase Wall box 7.7kW - 22kW/ 32A, 6 hours Driving range: 200 km (claimed) Standard consumption: 155 Wh/km Vehicle emissions: Zero DIMENSIONS, WEIGHT AND CAPACITIES: Length: 4666 mm Wheelbase: 3081 mm Width: 1829 mm Height: 1836 mm Kerb weight: 1510 Turning Circle: 11.9 m BRAKES: Front: Disc Rear: Disc STANDARD WARRANTY: Three years / unlimited kilometres Five years / 100,000 km battery


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NEW HINO 300 SERIES By EWAN KENNEDY The new 2020 Hino 300 Series light-duty truck range provides carlicenced drivers with a good combination of safety, performance, towing capacity and payload. It has Hino SmartSafe, a comprehensive safety package with advanced driverassist technology. This includes Pre-Collision System (PCS) with Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB), Pedestrian Detection (PD) and Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS). These are in addition

to the existing standard safety features, Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) and Reverse Camera. Hino says it continues to be the only Japanese truck manufacturer to

who require versatility, combined with a Hino Genuine body tray. Over 50 percent of 300 Series models sold are registered at 4.5 tonne Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) which allows the vehicle to be operated on a passenger car-licence. Hino tells us, “The high demand for car-licenced light-duty trucks is expected to continue to rise, fuelled partly by the increase in e-commerce and the forecasted long term shortage of trucklicenced drivers.”

NISSAN ARIYA: AN ELECTRIC CROSSOVER SUV

By EWAN KENNEDY

Nissan has long been one of the major players in full-electric vehicles and has just introduced the Nissan Ariya, a crossover SUV. With a 100 per cent

include two-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive versions, as well as two different battery sizes nominally 65kWh and 90kWh. The 610km range is for the Ariya two-wheel drive, a single electric

Hino 300 Series light duty is neat in appearance and handy to use. offer the advantage of a true automatic across the light-duty 4x2 model range. The 300 Series has a solid array of options available in the Built to Go (BTG) range, with, cost-effective drive away solutions for light-duty truck buyers

Product of the week - Meguiar’s G17216EU Ultimate Compound Give your tired paintwork a new lease of life with this mild but powerful compound Giving your car a wash and wax is a given, but sometimes you need to go just that little bit further. Meguiar’s G17216EU Ultimate Compound can be used to mildly cut back your paint surface, so that small scratches and blemishes vanish. It can be used on single stage and clear coat paintwork and is also ideal for removing tree sap and tar spots. What’s more, you’ll

be able to remove those annoying buffer swirls that less competent garages and drive-up car wash places can inflict on your paintjob and all without adding further damage. When you’re done, a quick once over with a quality wax and you’ll be good to go. Reasons to buy • Makes old and marked paint look like new • Removes contamination without damaging paint

electric powertrain, Ariya has an estimated range of up to 610 kilometres based on Japan WLTC cycle (subject to homologation). That puts it well in advance of most others in this class. CEO Makoto Uchida and Chief Operating Officer Ashwani Gupta unveiled the Ariya to a global audience during a live streamed event at the new Nissan Pavilion in Yokohama. “The Nissan Ariya is a truly beautiful and remarkable car,” Gupta said. “It enables you to go further, easier and in comfort.” Building on the Japanese giant’s strength as an EV pioneer, the Ariya takes the powerful performance and capabilities of zeroemission vehicles to a new level. Buyers can choose from multiple configurations. These

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motor and the larger battery. With AWD, using dual electric motors and the smaller battery it’s still a very useful 450km.

Nissan Ariya has a thoroughly modern look. Standard across the

Ariya lineup is Nissan’s Safety Shield system. This includes Intelligent Around View Monitor, Intelligent Forward Collision Warning, Intelligent Emergency Braking and Rear Automatic Emergency Braking technology. In a very advance

vehicle like the Nissan has given Ariya an all-new human-machine interface lets owners use natural speech to adjust car settings. Ariya also includes Amazon’s Alexa to help customers simplify and organise their lives. As is common in EVs, it has a ‘skateboard’ flat floor sitting above the batteries, making for a spacious cabin. “The Ariya enhances driving excitement, ensures high levels of comfort and confidence and heightens the joy of connecting,” Gupta concluded. “It’s more than just a great EV crossover, it’s a great vehicle. It’s a true force of wonder, and it’s coming soon.” Ariya has a thoroughly modern look, and the dummy ‘radiator’ grille means it doesn’t jar on some peoples’ senses. Nissan Ariya is scheduled to go on sale in Japan in mid2021, in Europe, North America and China by the end of 2021. Nissan Australia says, “The Ariya is an exciting vehicle, that we know would appeal to Australian customers. There are no further details regarding its arrival in Australia at this time.”


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JULY 23, 2020

MERCEDES-AMG GT BLACK SERIES

By EWAN KENNEDY The most powerful AMG V8 series engine of all time powers the new Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series. It has an output of 730 hp (537 kW) at 6700-6900 rpm. Maximum torque of 800 Nm runs all the way from 2000 to 6000 revs. It goes from zero to 100 km/h in a mere 3.2 seconds and reaches 200 km/h in under nine seconds. Top speed is 325 km/h. All this power and

torque is kept under control by active aerodynamics and a design which stems directly from the AMG GT3 racing car.

to the rear wheels via the seven-speed AMG SPEEDSHIFT DCT 7G dual-clutch transmission, which is located on the rear

The V8 is a 4.0-litre biturbo unit with a new ‘flat’ crankshaft. The AMG engineers have essentially moved the exhaust side into the hot internal V of the two cylinder banks in the V8 engine. Power is transmitted

axle in a transaxle arrangement for optimal weight distribution. It has been modified for use in the AMG GT Black Series. At the back there’s a new rear apron with a large diffuser, two rounded twin tailpipe

A racecar for the streets? Looks very serious doesn’t

trims on the outside left and right as well as side wheel arch ventilation. Innovative rear aerofoil blades are made from carbon fibre and can be mechanically adjusted to suit various tracks and conditions. The previous limits governing shift performance and

response time have been extended, making them more suitable for racetracks. The Mercedes-AMG

GT Black Series has been confirmed for Australia and is likely to arrive early next year.

MG ZST VARIANT ADDED TO THE RANGE By EWAN KENNEDY MG Motor Australia will add another model to its ZS range, the MG ZST. Details are scanty, but were are told it will be initially available in two model variants, that it has a premium interior cabin, and the latest in technology, comfort and convenience. The new ZST will have the marque’s driving assistance suite, MG Pilot, as seen in its larger sibling the MG HS.

Peter Ciao, CEO of MG Motor Australia and New Zealand, said: “It’s pleasing to see how our current line-up of SUVs have been accepted and reviewed by our customers as a stylish and spacious compact SUV that’s built for the everyday and equally excited to now offer one more choice. “The ZST fit, finish and technology such as MG Pilot, 360-degree camera and virtual instrument cluster will offer a new level of

comfort and premium value features to the segment and I am very much looking forward to its arrival.” Further details of the MG ZST will be revealed in August 2020. MG has yet to announce the on sale date, other than saying it will be in the third quarter. Stay tuned. Upmarket version of the MG, the ZST has a special focus on the upmarket interior.

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WRANGLER RUBICON 392 CONCEPT

By EWAN KENNEDY Jeep enthusiasts have been clamouring for a V8 powered Wrangler for many years, and the new Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 Concept is an indication they may soon get their wish. The Concept would be powered by a 392 cubic-inch V8 with 450 horsepower. Drive is by a beefed up eight-speed automatic. Jeep says it has a 0-98 km/h time of less than 5 seconds. Off road gear is expansive, with Dana 44 axles, a full-time two-speed transfer case, electric front and rear axle lockers, 37-inch mud-terrain tyres and a Jeep Performance Parts 2-inch lift kit. “Jeep Wrangler enthusiasts have been asking us for a Wrangler V8, and our new Wrangler Rubicon 392 Concept proves that we have the ability to make that happen,” said Jim Morrison, Head of Jeep Brand – FCA North America. “We are anxious to gauge their reaction to this new

Tough and very serious this Jeep Wrangler has a huge V8 under its bold bonnet.

Wrangler Rubicon 392 Concept, a vehicle that delivers an incredible and unmatched level of fun-to-drive performance and capability, on- and off-road.” Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 Concept features upgraded engine mounts and

for improved damping and heat dissipation. A two-mode exhaust alters the performance sound at the touch of a button. The third-generation Dana 44 axles, a Selec-Track full-time

It would sit on 37-inch mud-terrain tyres around custom 17-inch beadlock wheels that hold tyres to rims under extreme lateral loads, allowing for reduced tire pressure operation and

a modified frame. Suspension upgrades include new aluminium, monotube Fox shocks

two-speed transfer case, Tru-Lok electric frontand rear-axle locking differentials.

added traction. A factory Jeep Performance Parts 2-inch lift kit from

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Mopar makes way for additional suspension articulation, and improved approach, breakover and departure angles. The Wrangler Rubicon 392 Concept also features Rubicon rock rails, steel bumpers with a Warn winch, and a steel belly pan. A factory Jeep Performance Parts 2-inch lift kit and 37-inch mudterrain tyres combine to improve articulation, and contribute to excellent levels of water fording capability (34 inches), ground clearance (13.25 inches), as well as improved approach (51.6 degrees), breakover (29.5 degrees) and departure (40.1 degrees) angles.

The new Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 Concept features Granite Crystal exterior paint adorned with Bronze accentuated tow hooks, badging, springs, shocks and wheels. It has a heavy-duty raised performance hood with an aggressive appearance, custom half doors and Wrangler’s Sky One-touch “powertop”, with removable side panels for complete open-air freedom. Inside, the 392 Concept features rich Red Rock-coloured leather bolstered seats with gold stitching. There’s also what is named a “performance steering wheel”. Given the amount of detail that has been been provided about the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 Concept it sounds to us that this media release is a teaser for the real thing. May we speculate that the next news piece we write is to announce that it will be going into production? Hopefully followed by on- and off-road testing.


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YOUR STARS

Jupiter and Pluto are in close quarters in your sector of goals and career. This is causing a powerful urge for you to outdo yourself which is creating an almost manic mind set. Appreciate the achievements you have made and make sure you have enough fuel in the tank to sustain this energy and not burn out before you reach your peak. Colour: Burnt Orange, Number: 12

Your affairs seem to be in order but there is something you may have overlooked which will reveal itself in the coming weeks. A close friend will need your support which will force you to re-evaluate you’re your friendship status. Tackle an issue head on until you reach a long-term mindset of definitive closure. Be sure to get the fresh air you need to clean your body of any underlying tension. Colour: Cream, Number: 28

Keep chipping away at your financial challenges and keep in mind that by the end of the lunar year you will see great progress. Be sure to spend time with family this week and listen to their needs as you often are a voice of reason amongst the chaos. Although your patients is tested surrounding a work scenario, try to leave that stress at work as it feeds into the other aspects of your life. Colour: Lavender, Number: 16

This week sees you involved in a discussion in which will require you to compromise and even the playing field. Your energy levels will be high, and you will find your sleeping will be better than in previous weeks. Don’t be shy to let your partner know how much you appreciate them as sometimes you struggle to show affection. Check in with your health as a challenging month ahead is on the horizon. Colour: Peach, Number: 33

Your recent busy schedule and relationship commitments sees you yearning for time alone and a chance to recharge. Be mindful of the small moments in life as your strong personality is always giving off your mood and intentions. Your trust will be tested toward the end of the week and an opportunity to forgive will be in your hands. Single Leos will see a new admirer emerge from an unexpected place. Colour: Maroon, Number: 2

This week will see you having to juggle your social and family commitments in order to keep the peace. Avoid rushing through tasks as the time you save will end up wasted on unnecessary things which will end up costing you money. You are at risk this week with your health, so be sure to get the rest you need to keep on top of it. Try to smile more often as others are look to you for positivity around this time. Colour: Lime Green, Number: 49

The dust is settling, and you are emerging from a colourful week. With calmer waters on the horizon, work to build stronger relationships with solid foundations. A lost acquaintance will re appear in your life this week and a new bond will form which may lead to a new relationship. Your finances are slowly stabilising so do not overspend toward the weekend. Colour: Poppy Red, Number: 35

Your sharp tongue will see you in strife this week putting close relationships under pressure. Although you may be right in an argument avoid becoming personal when making your point. Towards the end of the week you will feel the need to escape and a long walk or work out session will ease this discomfort. Colour: Cocoa, Number: 76

Pay attention to detail as you work through a challenging time at home and in the workplace this week. You will be feeling a strong connection to nature around Tuesday so take time to get outside and enjoy your surrounds. Finances are strong at this time but do not overlook any unpaid bills. Singles should take charge of a situation of the heart as waiting too long will see the momentum fade. Colour: Ivory, Number: 61

Coming off the back of an emotionally draining week, your energy levels are running on empty. Try to focus on the good in others in order to help you regain clarity. Your communication with others will challenge you this week so try to keep your messages short and to the point. Be careful of a family disagreement that may spiral out of control. Colour: Peppermint, Number: 27

This week your happiness will glow from this inside out. Others will feed off this energy and you will enjoy this attention. Later in the week you will find yourself wanting to spend time with animals, maybe a pet of a loved one. You will suffer a disappointment toward the weekend but will bounce back quickly, learning a valuable lesson from the event. Colour: Rose, Number: 21

Your creative energy is flowing this week which will leave you with a restless mind. Take the time to enjoy your recent success but be mindful of untrustworthy elements hiding in plain sight. Your ability to problem solve will be tested this week with others around you feeling insecure. Take the time to enjoy a hobby such as cooking to let your mind focus on other things other than a home or work situation. Colour: Mango, Number: 55

VARIETY MARKETS • The Channon Craft Markets – 9th August • Casino Golf Club Markets – Sunday 9th August • Lismore Car boot Markets – 2nd & 16th August Farmers Markets • Ballina Farmers’ Market – Sundays 6am till 1pm at Commemoration Park Ballina. • Bangalow Farmers Market – Saturdays 7am till 11am at Bangalow Hotel

Carpark. • Blue Knob Farmers Markets – Saturdays 8.30am till 12pm at Blue Knob Café, Lillian Rock. • Byron Bay Farmers Market – Thursdays 7am till 11am at Cavanbah Centre Byron Bay. • Lismore Farmers Market – Saturdays 8am till 11am at Lismore Showgrounds. • Lismore Produce Market – Thursdays 2.30pm till 6.30pm at Magellan & Carrington streets. Contact Tom on 0450 688 900. • Mullumbimby Farmers Market – Fridays 7am till 11am at Mullumbimby Showground. Contact Allie on 02 6677 1345 thenorthernriverstimes.com.au

• Murwillumbah Farmers Market – Wednesdays 7am till 11am at Murwillumbah Showgrounds. Contact Sue on 0498 733 766. • Nimbin Farmers Market – Wednesdays 3pm till 6pm at Green Bank Carpark. Contact Jason on 02 6689 1512 • Rainbow Region Organic Market – Tuesdays 7.30am till 11am at Lismore Showgrounds. • Uki Farmers Market – Saturdays 8am till 12.30pm at Uki Hall. • Yamba Farmers Market – Wednesdays 7am till 1pm at Whiting Beach carpark. Contact Debra on 0402 404 606


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Funeral Director and Services

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ROSE, Susan Patricia Passed away peacefully on 17th July 2020. Much loved wife to John. Loved Mother and Mother-In-Law to Michael & Emma, Matthew & Ashleigh and Daniel and Tamyka. Cherished nanna to Oliver and Joshua. Will be sadly missed by her fellow colleagues in the operating theatre At the Lismore Base Hospital.

Aged 61 Years

Relatives and friends are invited to attend Susan’s funeral service to be held at the Richmond Chapel, 43 Holland Street Goonellabah On Friday 24th July commencing at 9.00am following the chapel service burial will take place at the Goonellabah Lawn Cemetery

1800 809 336

LES SHORT

Ballina-Lismore-Casino

23/11/1938 – 3/7/2020 Late of Modanville

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Dearly loved Husband of Julie and beloved Father of Brendan. Special thanks to Lismore Community Palliative Care Team and his St. Vincent’s Palliative Care “Angels”

e: hello@sacredearthfunerals.com.au www.sacredearthfunerals.com.au 45-47 Queen Elizabeth Drive, Coraki

Les was a gentle man loved by the Short and Mulley families. He is missed by his family and friends

The Northern Rivers Holistic Funeral Directors - we can come to you. The Sanctuary is the most beautiful funeral home in Australia. Mimi Zenzmaier Serving Northern NSW, Tweed to Grafton. Holistic Funeral Director Affordable & unique fixed-price bespoke funerals. Local, Independent and Family Owned. Traditional Funerals Vigils

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Les was Privately Cremate. Les’s wish is for his family and friends to come together and celebrate, a life well lived, in our garden, when the orchids are flowering in Spring.

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Death Notices

REX BARRY KEMP 12.07.1936 – 17.07.2020 Passed away peacefully at Lismore Base Hospital after a short illness. Loving husband of Marlene (dec). Loved Dad of Barry and Linda. Cherished uncle, grandfather and great grandfather; and mentor to Wardell RFS. Relatives and friends are invited to attend Rex’s funeral service to be held at Parkview Funeral Home, 21 Kalinga St, Ballina on Monday 27th July 2020, commencing at 1.00pm.

Tributes

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BALLINA - 1800 809 336 “100% Australian Owned”

Enid ‘Joy’ BROWN 25/6/1930 – 13/7/2020 Passed away peacefully on Monday, 13th July 2020. Aged 90 years. Beloved wife of Barry Brown. Formerly married to Charles Thomas Scotcher (dec). Much loved mother and mother in law of Judy & Rod Porter, Geoff & Sheran Scotcher, Garry & Margaret Scotcher, Marilyn & Neale Rann, Ian & Kerrie Scotcher, Cheryl & Henry Thompson and Steve & Jo Scotcher. Loved stepmother to Jackie and Ian. Loved Nanna Joy to all her grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren. Survived by her brother, Barry Patch. Special thanks to all the staff at Adventist Care Alstonville for their loving care of Joy. Due to Covid restrictions a private service has been held.

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Tributes

Edna Veronica Tagget 21 - 7 - 1990

Come gentle night, give us your mother, and when she shall die, take her and cut her out in little stars, and she will make the face of Heaven so fine, take all the world will be in love all night. Trevor, Colleen & Families

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Public Notices

Positions Vacant

Livestock and Auctions

ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT

AUCTION OF TRACTOR, FARM MARCHINERY & ANTIQUE FURNITURE

PART TIME WORK. Initially 4 hours 1 day per week with potential for early expansion in time and/or days of work. Applicants need to have experience in dealing with government departments, accountants, auditors, shareholders and the public. Computer skills important. Applications to neilh7644@gmail.com ADVANCED HYBRID SOLUTIONS LTD

RICHMOND VALLEY COUNCIL Proposed Road Closure Notice is given that Council proposes to close part of a Council public road identified as Lot 1 DP1256308 (part Myall Creek Road, Bora Ridge) under section 38B of the Roads Act 1993 (plan available upon request). Upon closure of the road, Council intends to retain ownership as operational land. Any person can make a written submission to Richmond Valley Council, via post to Locked Bag 10, Casino NSW 2470 or email to council@ richmondvalley.nsw.gov.au with correspondence marked ‘Proposed Road Closing – CRD2020/007’ by 4pm on Wednesday 19 August 2020. Once the submission period is concluded, Council will consider all submissions and decide on road closure suitability.

For Sale

ANTIQUE COLLECTABLE & RECORD FAIR ALSTONVILLE COMMUNITY CENTRE Saturday August 1, 9am to 4pm Sunday August 2, 9am to 2pm

IT’S A BIG ONE

THURSDAY, AUGUST 6 10am A/C ESTATE F. NEWTON 251 COOK LANE, DALWOOD See website for list & photos www.ianweirandson.com.au

• Covid Laws will apply • Only interested buyers please attend • Social Distancing will be enforced by Security • No children under 16 years of age • Only 1 person per family can attend TERMS: Cash or Cheque at Sale

HUGE SELECTION OF LP’S Adults $8 - Aged Pensioners $6 - Child Free

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CASINO & DISTRICT FAMILY HISTORY GROUP INC. Yes, we have opened our doors and ready to give you assistance with all of your researching & enquiries

OPENING HOURS: • Monday - Closed • Tuesday - 10am-2pm • Wednesday - 12noon-4pm • Thursday - 10am-2pm • Friday - 10am-2pm • Saturday - 3rd Saturday monthly only 9am-11.30am Any enquiries do not hesitate to contact the Research Room on the following details. Room 5, School of Arts Building, Walker St, CASINO PO Box 586, CASINO, NSW 2470 Phone 6662 8114 during opening hours Email: casdfhg@australis.net Facebook: Casino & District Family History Group Inc.

EVERYONE WELCOME

Lismore Eisteddfod Entries are now being accepted for the 2020 Lismore Eisteddfod. Sessions will commence from September 4th for solos and duets in Vocal and Instrumental: Piano, Woodwind, String and Brass; and Spoken Word. Dance sessions for solos, duos and trios will commence September 20th

Entry details are listed on our website www.lismoreeisteddfod.com.au ENTRIES CLOSE JULY 31

ENGINEER’S VICE cira 1930-1940s 190mm jaws, 700mm long in good condition Phone Tony 0431 591484

www.ianweirandson.com.au 74 WOODLARK ST, LISMORE p: office (02) 6621 2768 or Kevin Cocciola 0427 653 450 e: auctions@weirandson.com.au

Cattle For Sale

CATTLE SALE

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SAT, AUGUST 1st 10AM

Please book in any cattle you wish to sell

General Notices 74 WOODLARK ST, LISMORE p: office (02) 6621 2768 e: auctions@weirandson.com.au Kevin Cocciola 0427 653 450 Glenn Weir 0427 299 104 Neil Short 0410 451 000 Dick Osborne 0413 337 668 Mark Noble 0400 655 228 Jake Noble 0424 470 095

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HAY FOR SALE - RHODES GRASS

Kathy’s Kleaning Kathy’s Kleaning SERVICE

Just Baled in Shed 4x4 Round & Small Squares Good Tight Heavy Bales Cows & Horse Hay NO ORDERS TOO BIG OR SMALL

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Plumbing

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Dingo mini digger and stump grinder goes anywhere

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Our equipment is ideal for sites with limited access Tree and Palms Removed 17m Cherry Picker Large Chipper Stump Grinder Qualified Arborist Climbers Tree Detailing Rubbish Removed

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New condition NOV Mono Pump ASP 320 (170 hours) and Honda GX200 Petrol motor (27 hours, under warranty until Sept.) RRP $4500 SALE PRICE $3250

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Over 35 stalls every Saturday Grab a coffee and a fresh cooked breakfast Stall enquiries: phone Louise 0428 830 242 lismorefarmersmarket@gmail.com

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COMMUNITY BILLBOARD Casino Senior citizens centre Incorporated: The Casino Senior Citizens will be holding their annual general meeting on the 11th August 2020 at Casino RSM Club commencing at 10am. We are always looking for new members to join us. Membership to join our club is $5.00 a year. Our main activities include hoy each Tuesday morning at 10am and Euchre each Thursday afternoon commencing at 1.00pm. We are very fortunate to have the backing of the Casino RSM Club who allows us to use their facilities free of charge. During the year we have dinners for our members – i.e. Mother’s Day, Christmas in July, and our Christmas Breakup party. Unfortunately, due to Coronavirus this year we have missed a few of these lunches. If you are interested in joining us or have a question, please contact either Jan Danaher on 0414 625 680 or Jill Thomas on 6662 1602. Compassionate Communities Northern NSW: Threshold Choir-Due to the most recent NSW Health advisory the Threshold choir will be taking a break from face-to-face rehearsals but we would still welcome new members in preparation for getting back to together when it is safe to do so. Please email comcomnnsw@ gmail.com or phone Jane on 0438 814 552. Publicity Report Mullumbimby C.W.A.: After four months break, Mullumbimby CWA branch will meet on August 12. The handicraft group has resumed on Wednesday mornings. Monday Painters are set to resume fortnightly meetings. The CWA Musicmakers (branch choir) continues to rehearse at the home of leader Coral Grogan. The branch helps the local community by providing low-cost hourly rental of its CWA Rooms to other community groups. After renovation and deep cleaning, the Rooms will reopen on September 1. Under the Covid-safe guidelines to allow for social distancing, groups will be limited to 10 people. An attendance register at the door will record names and contact details of each person, and hand sanitising will be provided. Following the disastrous Rappville fires, Mullumbimby CWA gave books to Rappville School and a pamper pack to a Casino CWA member who lost her home. In Mullumbimby, donations were given to the family of a man with motor neurone disease who was unable to work, and a pamper pack was given to a local woman who

had fallen on hard times. Previously, three young people who lost all their possessions in a house fire were given vouchers to spend at local businesses. For the second consecutive year, Mullumbimby CWA members will take part in the international event Women Walk the World, to be held on October 15. Following last year’s study of Papua New Guinea, Mullumbimby was pleased to win Best International Report in the Far North Coast Group CWA competition. The country of study this year is Ecuador, including the Galapagos Islands. The study has been done by email during the lockdown. A branch international day is planned for November. Mullumbimby CWA will host the next meeting of the Far North Coast Group of CWA, at Mullumbimby Ex-Services Club on August 15. Diane Giddins, publicity officer. Casino Community Men’s Shed: We have extended our days to Mon, Tues, Wed but attendance has to be limited to 25 members only on each of those. 8am – 1.30 pm. Because of the COVID-19 issue we are unable to accept any new applicants at this time. Members of the public seeking any help with things we do are welcome to call in but entry to the building is not allowed. We can be contacted on 6662 6423 during opening hours or casmenshed@live.com.au . We are on Facebook and people are welcome to join that group. Grow Group: Grow Australia is a Community Mental Health Organisation. We change the lives of people experiencing mental illness and life challenges through prevention, recovery and maintenance of good mental health. Grow is a peer orientated, mutual support program where people share their lived experiences through stories of mental health recovery. Grow also offers personal leadership development within a community of likeminded persons. Grow meetings are held weekly (due to Covid-19 restrictions meetings are being held online via Zoom) For more information regarding groups please call 1800 558 268 or visit www.grow.org.au Lion’s Club Casino: Lion’s Club meeting is held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday each month at Casino RSM Club from 6.30 –for a 7.00pm start. Kyogle Sunshine Club: Meets every Thursday at 9.30am. In the Supper Room. Come and enjoy a day of fun, morning tea and lunch. All Welcome. For more

details contact 0499 824 274. Casino Mini Rail: Every Sunday 10am to 4pm. Weather permitting. Casino View Club: Holds a monthly luncheon meeting at Casino RSM Club at 11am on the second Thursday of every month. Any further inquiries or to book lunch please contact Barbra on 02 6661 2530 0448 969 498. Casino Croquet Club: Games every Mondays and Wednesdays 9.30am for a 10am start. New members (male or female) are invited to come along for some free trial lessons with our Captain Mary & newly qualified coach, Leonie. For further information contact Mary on 02 6662 1971. Richmond River Beef Produces Association: Meet on the 2nd Wednesday of every month at Kyogle Showgrounds in the luncheon room at 7pm. For more details Phone Jan on 0427 293 455. Lion’s Club of Kyogle: Fourth Lions Club in Australia – “Proud of it “ – Lion’s Club meeting is held on the 1st & 3rd Tuesday each Month at the Kyogle Lion’s shed from 6.30 – 7.00pm. Visitors and New members most welcome. For more information contact Neville Moon on 6632 2233. Casino Mixed Probus Club: First meeting will be on Thursday the 23rd July. Apologies by 5pm Wednesday 22nd. For more information call the secretary on 0419 886 119. The Casino & Distract Historical Society Museum: Is open for visitors Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday10am to 2pm. Adults $5, Children and Students Free. Bus trips are welcome. Yearly Membership $15, Couples $25. General Meetings are held 2nd Saturday – March, June, September, November 10am in the museum, All welcome. Email casinohistorymuseum@outlook. com for further information. Check us out on Facebook. Casino & District Family History Group Inc: Casino & District Family History Group Inc. will be reopening on Tuesday 7 July – Normal opening hours. First meeting will be held on the 2nd Wednesday in August. For more information phone Research Room 66628114 or Cherryl 0490149905

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CWA Craft: Casino Ladies and friends will meet in the Casino Library at 9.00am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month. For further information please contact Vivian on 02 6662 1838. CWA Meeting Dates: The CWA meeting will be held on the 3rd Thursday of the month ( starting in August) at the Casino Community Cultural Centre at 9.00am. For further information please contact Jan on 02 6662 6424 or Margaret on 02 6662 1746. Casino Richmond River Country Music Club: Casino Richmond River Country Music Club wishes to advise their Fun day’s will be resuming on 16th August 2020, at the Casino RSM Club. To allow for social distancing this will be held upstairs. Staring at 10am. Our AGM will be held after music finishes. For further information call the president Gloria on 6662 2425 Or 0412 910 884 Ballina Shire Concert Band: The Band get together Wednesday evening for rehearsals from 7pm for 7.30pm start at The Band Hall 26 Swift St, Ballina. Also, Performances at the markets on a regular basis for 9.15am 10.15am on the 3rd Sunday of the month (we don’t play if it’s raining). We are heading back into these regular performances this Sunday after the COVID restrictions. We welcome visitors to come and play or just listen. Call Amanda on 0421 228 303 for more information. Meals On Wheels Roster: 27th July to 31st July WEEK 4 MONDAY D.Armitage & J.Corocher TUESDAY M.Benn WEDNESDAY D.Winkler M.Hartley THURSDAY M.Margetts & own help FRIDAY W & P.Edwards Richmond Valley Council staff

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COVID-19 update – This list includes current online & physical meetings. Things are changing quickly so please contact us if you need any more information. TUESDAY 6:30 PM SOUTH LISMORE – ZOOM ID 252 666 0000 (no password required) WEDNESDAY 6.30 PM BALLINA – ZOOM ID 252 666 0000 (no password required) THURSDAY 5:00 PM (QLD time) (with Alateen) TWEED HEADS Anglican Church, 13 Powell St FRIDAY 2:00 PM BANGALOW - ZOOM ID 252 666 0000 (no password required) SUNDAY 4:00 PM CHINDERAH Seventh Day Adventist Church, 83 Phillip St.

MONDAY 10.00 AM BALLINA 6686 8599 (BCSO) ID 10:30 AM BYRON BAY ST – ZOOM ID 824 599 3030 Pwd 122 436 12:15 PM LISMORE Red Dove 0417 477 151 (Terry) DR – ZOOM ID 232 109 437 Pwd AA 6:00 PM BRUNSWICK HEADS 1hr mtg Womens Emotional Sobriety – ZOOM ID 413 645 738 Contact Deb 0401 204 279 WM 6.30 PM LISMORE WM – For ZOOM ID and password contact 0428 781 869 7.00PM BYRON BAY Recovery Group 0402 576 493 (Mitch) – For ZOOM ID phone 0401 945 671 7.00 PM CASINO Nth Coast Comm Church 67 Richmond ST (Entry at rear via lane) Annie 6661 9141 or Di 0477 004 453 SM/ID TUESDAY 10.00 AM MURWILLUMBAH ConXions Church, 19 Prince St Murwillumbah 0412 092 497 (Kevin) Combined with ZOOM ID: 246715814 Pwd UKI 10.30 AM MULLUMBIMBY ST – ZOOM ID 715 144 007 Pwd Tradition7 12:15 PM LISMORE Red Dove 6689 9351(Richard) DR – ZOOM ID 232 109 437 Pwd AA 5.00 PM TABULAM CWA Hall, 16 Court St, 1hr Sarah 0457 812 962 5:30 PM BANGALOW DR – For ZOOM ID phone 0401 945 671 7.00 PM NORTHERN RIVERS PROMISES – permanent online mtg ZOOM ID 8315 9091 987 Pwd AA 8.00 PM KINGSCLIFF 6676 1954/0413 706 601 (Lindsay) ID WEDNESDAY 6.30 AM MULLUMBIMBY Early Risers - Iain 0499 282 820 1hr mtg DR– ZOOM ID 198 385 272 Pwd 804 343 10.00 AM BALLINA (Wayne) 0421 236 574 BBS 12:15 PM LISMORE Red Dove 6689 9351 (Richard) DR – ZOOM ID 232 109 437 Pwd AA 1.00 PM YAMBA Community Ctr, Treelands Dr near Osprey Dr LS 1.00 PM BRUNSWICK HEADS RSL Hall, Cnr Fawcett & Tweed Sts Dennis 0412 512 941 BBS 6.00 PM KYOGLE – Anglican Church Hall, cnr Campbell & Kyogle Rds - 0429 200 955 (Gordon) combined with ZOOM 8236 0835 965 Pwd Unity 6.30 PM LISMORE Geoff 0417 724 404 ID – ZOOM ID 867 0040 9512 Pwd AA 7.00 PM BYRON BAY – ZOOM ID 749 046 7278 – Pwd 767201 Lee 0423 166 225 ST

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THURSDAY 12:15 PM LISMORE Red Dove 6689 9351 (Richard) DR – ZOOM ID 232 109 437 Pwd AA 12.30 PM MULLUMBIMBY Just For Today JFT 7.00 PM SUFFOLK PARK PM – ZOOM ID 737 9000 1873 for Pwd call 0402 533 779 7.00 PM LISMORE 6682 8087 (Greg) KM 7.00 PM POTTSVILLE Joys of Recovery 0423 578 899 (Janet) TP/GS – ZOOM ID 126 391 743 Pwd 898 132 7.00 PM CASINO Nth Coast Comm Church 67 Richmond ST (Entry at rear via lane) Annie 6661 9141 or Di 0477 004 453 ID 6.00 PM MURWILLUMBAH Parish Meeting Hall cnr Waterloo St & QLD Rd - (Robert) 6679 5076 8.00 PM BALLINA Anglican Church Hall, cnr Burton & Norton Sts 0412 324 570 (Steve) Jack 0429772867 ID FRIDAY 8.00 AM POTTSVILLE Hand it Over - Black Rock sporting oval – Text Scotty 0419443196 12.00 PM BYRON BAY LS ZOOM ID 253 327 3826 for Pwd call 0400 464 979 12:15 PM LISMORE Red Dove 0417 477 151 (Terry) DR – ZOOM ID 232 109 437 Pwd AA 5.30 PM BRUNSWICK HEADS 1hr ABSI – ZOOM ID 253 327 3826 6.30 PM LENNOX HEAD Bev 0451 047 637 (1hr) ID/ST/DR 7.00 PM BYRON BAY 1 hr Wendy 0410 481 795 BBS 7.30 PM MACLEAN John 66464263 ID/ST/TP SATURDAY 8.00 AM BALLINA Breakfast Mtg BBQ area near skate park, Kingsford smith Dr roundabout DR 9.00 AM STH GOLDEN BCH. DR/ABSI – For ZOOM ID phone 0401 945 671 3.00 PM NIMBIN – 54 Cullen St (between Enviro Ctr & Apothecary) ST Combined with ZOOM ID 856 5404 3049 Pwd AA 3.30 PM BYRON BAY 1 hr MM 3.30 PM BYRON BAY WM 5.00PM MURWILLUMBAH ConXions Church, 19 Prince St Murwillumbah BBS 6.30 PM LISMORE SM – ZOOM ID 657 706 645 Pwd AA 7.00 PM BYRON BAY – SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE – NEW ONLINE ONLY – ZOOM ID 645 763 6476 Password- 951 276 – for enquiries 0401 945 671 SUNDAY 9 00 AM BALLINA 1hr SC ZOOM ID 824 599 3030 Pwd 122436 10.00 AM LISMORE Spiritual Progress 66213745 Ina DR/ABSI – ZOOM ID 429 887 019 (or phone in on 02) 8015 6011) Pwd AA 4.00 PM ALSTONVILLE Ray 0411 860 087 BBS – For ZOOM ID & Pwd email alstonvillesundaybbs@gmail.com 5.30 PM LISMORE Geoff 0417 724 404 ID 6.30 PM YAMBA Community Centre, Treelands Dr ABSI 7.00 PM BRUNSWICK HDS Leah 0438 188 391 ID/TP/SC – ZOOM ID 9875 553 164 PW 645 162 AA CONTACTS NORTHERN RIVERS CENTRAL DISTRICT - 0468 360 160 Email – nrcdofaa@gmail.com PO Box 866 Lismore NSW 2480 BYRON SHIRE DISTRICT 1800 423 431 or 0401 945 671 ILUKA 0428 303 074 (Di) TABULAM 0457 812 962 (Sarah) National Website http://www.aa.org.au LIM (Loners Internationalists Meeting) – Loner members sharing in meetings by mail. Contact The Editor, LIM-Australia, PO Box 33, Bald Hills QLD 4036 or email limaustralia11@gmail.com

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THE SUSTAINABLE TOUCH By Clair Morton

WHAT if you could help people in need and contribute to making the environment a little better at the same time? With the Clarence Valley’s Living Sustainably Awards now open in for 2020, we looked back to last year’s recipients to find one volunteer group that does exactly that. Like most charitable organisations, Warm Touch 2460 started small. Grafton resident Jenny Vickery heard around town that oncology patients were in need of blankets and gathered some friends to get the job done. “I ended up with 15 ladies saying we could do more than this, and that was that,” Ms Vickery said. The group, which operates through Facebook, boasts an army of volunteers from the Clarence Valley and beyond who create everything from knitted knockers for breast cancer patients to wheelchair and walker bags for nursing homes. “The bottom line is that if anybody needs something, we jump onboard,” Ms Vickery said. “We have two handfuls of ladies that work tirelessly and over 600 members.” They also rely heavily on local donations for the materials they use, which are often second-hand. But where they take sustainability to another level is through the creation of tactile fiddle toys and ‘eye spy’ bags for dementia patients. Made up of sealed material with a clear plastic window, the bags are filled with small items designed to spark memories and joy – everything from old dominoes and Scrabble pieces to Coles Minis and marbles. The fiddle toys, meanwhile, make use of unwanted ribbon, zips, pom poms beads and buttons. “There are a million different things that we use,” Ms Vickery said. “The Coles Minis in particular are amazing because they do spark a memory amongst the elderly.” It was the creation of these vital tools that saw the group nominated for the 2019 Clarence Valley Council Living Sustainably Awards, which aim to recognise outstanding contributions or achievements which enhance environmental, economic and social sustainability. Ms Vickery said it great to be recognised for their hard work in helping others and keeping items out of landfill, noting that recognition in itself was an important step in fighting a “throwaway culture”. “There are lots of people out there doing fabulous things, but they probably don’t spruik their achievements enough,” she said. Nominations for the Clarence Valley Council Living Sustainably Awards close at 4pm Monday, August 17. They can be sent via email at

JULY 23, 2020 council@clarence.nsw.gov.au, delivered in person to the Clarence Valley Council Chambers or mailed to Living Sustainably Awards, 2020 Clarence Valley Council, Locked Bag 23, Grafton, NSW, 2460.

SMALL BUSINESS BORROWERS URGED TO BEWARE BEFORE TAKING OUT A LOAN

The Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman Kate Carnell has urged small business owners to do their homework, before taking out a loan. The warning comes as the Ombudsman’s office issued its second ever notice of refusal to mediate under section 74 of the Act, against lender Prudent Capital Pty Ltd. Ms Carnell says her office received a request for assistance from a small business in dispute about its loan with Prudent Capital, however Prudent Capital refused to engage in mediation and proceeded to take direct action against the small business. “I am extremely disappointed by the refusal of Prudent Capital to engage in mediation and seek to resolve the dispute in a fair way and I continue to encourage Prudent Capital to reconsider its refusal,” Ms Carnell says. “The dispute involved allegations that Prudent Capital applied substantial interest and penalties to the loan that increased through its own delays. “It was also alleged Prudent Capital acted in ways that obstructed the small business from refinancing. “This serves as a timely and critical reminder to small businesses to ensure the lender is an AFCA member before taking out a loan. “Small business borrowers can only access a free and independent dispute resolution process for their financial complaints if their lender is an AFCA member. “Not all lenders are AFCA members – in fact many are not – and small businesses need to be aware of the risks. “Access to funding continues to be a major issue for small businesses. It’s crucial they make the right choices when it comes to managing their finances. “I would encourage small businesses to go to their trusted accredited financial adviser before making any big decisions.”

ROCK ANGLING LIFEJACKET SAFETY PROGRAMME TO CONTINUE

AT SOUTH EVANS HEAD RICHMOND Valley Council will continue a programme making it mandatory for rock anglers to wear approved lifejackets while fishing on parts of Goanna Headland at South Evans Head. The Council resolved to opt-in to the Rock Fishing Safety Act 2016 from the 26th January 2019. By opting in to the Act the Council received $33,000 in grant funding to produce educational material, host workshops and erect signage. The phase-in education period of 6 months commenced on 26th January 2019 to allow the community and visitors time to adjust to the new legislation. Following the first workshop, there was a change to the NSW Allocation of Administration of Acts, with the Minister for Police and Emergency Services and the Minster for Local Government becoming jointly responsible for administering the Act from the 1st of May 2019. Council was given the opportunity to extend the education period up to a maximum of 18 months from original gazettal. During the education period, Council Rangers have not reported any instances where fishers were found not wearing a lifejacket while rock fishing. However the education period concludes on the 26th July 2020 and anyone found not wearing a life jacket in the areas specified under the Act could face enforcement action, and during the implementation period of the Act, a $100 penalty notice applied. The Council consulted widely since the 26th January 2019 by hosting workshops, conducting community surveys and issuing media releases via both traditional and social media platforms. Merchandise promoting Richmond Valley as being an area under the Rock Fishing Safety Act 2016 was made at Council’s Visitor Information Centres, and material such as brochures promoting ‘Fish Safe off the Rocks’ are still available at the Casino and Evans Head administration offices. Council had planned to hold an additional workshop before the closure of the extension period, however with the current COVID-19 restrictions this did not occur. In a report to the Council is was recommended it would continue to promote and regulate the Rock Fishing Safety Act 2016 with the main aim being to educate the public in safe fishing practices. There are now eight Local Government Areas in NSW declared under the Rock Fishing Safety Act 2016, including Ballina Shire Council.

LISMORE COUNCIL MEETINGS TO REMAIN ONLINE

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BECAUSE OF LATEST VICTORIAN COVID SPIKE LISMORE City Council meetings will remain online, despite a push by some Councillors for them to return to their Chambers and having them open to the public. THE spike of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Victoria was one of the reasons Lismore City Council at its July meeting decided not returning to meeting in person. Mayor Isaac Smith used his casting vote at the online meeting to have staff formulate a COVID-19 return safety plan as soon as practicable in preparation for the return of councillors, staff and the public to the council chambers for meetings and also briefings. After the NSW Government issued its public health orders about COVID-19 the Council has been meeting digitally, using video conferencing to discuss agenda items monthly, and also at other online meetings discussing briefings and also including Advisory Committee meetings. Councillor Eddie Lloyd attempted to make an amendment to have the council return to the chambers starting at its August meeting but it was lost, with General Manager Shelley Oldham saying that staff had initially considered returning in August but were hesitant because of the COVID crisis in Victoria. Ms Oldham said due to the sudden increase of Victorians into region over past weeks thought it was prudent to push the return of staff and councillors and the public to the Chamber back to September because of the recent spike of confirmed cases in the southern State. “Given there were some 3500 Victorians came to our region in a space of a number of days, we thought we should wait,” she said. Ms Oldham said they would further pursue the matter with the NSW Government and Departments for their opinions on the matter. Other matters raised during debate surrounded some privacy issues by having Council meetings being held online.

RICHMOND VALLEY COUNCIL MAYOR WANTS STATE ELECTORAL BOUNDARIES TO REMAIN - by Halden Boyd

RICHMOND Valley Mayor Robert Mustow wants State electoral boundaries to remain unchanged. In a Mayoral Minute Councillor Mustow said the Council would benefit as a whole by remaining in the Clarence Electorate, saying fragmenting the area by making parts of the local government area coming


YOUR NEWS under Lismore and Clarence Electorates which has been suggested would be counterproductive. The NSW Government is currently undertaking a review of State electorates to ensure that each district remains approximately the same size over time. The review is required under the Constitution Act 1902 and generally takes place after every second State election. There are currently 93 electoral districts and, at the 2019 State election, there were 5,271,775 electors enrolled in NSW. This equates to an average number of 56,685 electors per district, commonly referred to as a quota. A 10% variation on the quota is allowed, meaning that electorate sizes can range from 51,017 to 62,354. The Clarence electorate currently has 56,937 electors, the Lismore electorate, 55,989 and Ballina, 59,417. As part of the review process, the Governor of NSW convenes the Electoral Districts Redistribution Panel and appoints a Chairperson. The Panel then calls for suggestions on electoral boundary change and releases these suggestions for public comment. Redistribution suggestions for the Clarence and Lismore electorates, which directly affect the Richmond Valley Council area, were released for comment earlier this month. Council was not notified of the consultation process and there was a limited time of just two weeks to respond to the suggestions which closed on the 15th July 2020. A total of 41 suggestions were received State-wide, but the three most relevant to Council included: • A suggestion from the NSW division of the Liberal Party of Australia to substantially change the electoral districts of Lismore and Clarence. Under this proposal, Casino would return to the Lismore electorate (along with Kyogle and Tenterfield) and the Mid-Richmond communities of Coraki, Broadwater, Woodburn and Evans Head would be included in an extended Clarence electorate encompassing Ballina, Grafton and Maclean. • A suggestion from the NSW branch of the Australian Labor Party to transfer the Mid-Richmond communities from the existing Clarence electorate to the Lismore electoral district. • A suggestion from the National Party of Australia – NSW for the existing Clarence and Lismore electoral district boundaries to remain unchanged. “Given the short timeframe available, and the potential impacts on our communities, submissions on the three proposals were drafted and submitted, following consultation with the Acting General Manager”, Cr Mustow said. “Council has long held the view that the interests of the Richmond Valley community are best served by ensuring our entire local government area remains in a single electoral district”. “This allows us to develop strong working relationships with the State Government through a single representative and to advocate for community priorities across the region

59 – such as upgrades to the WoodburnCasino road”. “The Mid-Richmond and Casino communities have traditionally shared many cultural, social and economic ties and Council is keen to see these relationships continue. Accordingly, we have supported the only proposal that recommends no change to existing boundaries and expressed concern at suggestions to split our local government area between two electoral districts”, Cr Mustow said. At the end of the consultation process, the Redistribution Panel publishes its Final Determination in the Government Gazette and the new electoral districts come into effect at the next State General Election in March 2023. “Council will be following the Redistribution process closely, to ensure there are ample opportunities to consider the proposals and make further submissions”, Cr Mustow said.

SITE FOUND FOR NEW TWEED POUND - by Halden Boyd

A NEW site has been identified for a permanent animal pound and rehoming centre on Tweed Shire Council-owned land at South Murwillumbah. Following investigations the site, which is near to the former Council tip site off Lundberg Drive, is set to house a purpose-built pound facility from mid-2022. The site is also being assessed as part of a joint development application with a private landowner which will produce a series of industrial lots and land for Council activities including the new animal pound and rehoming centre. This will require additional planning and construction approvals. Previously a Council-owned site in Eviron had been earmarked for the new pound, but additional studies determined it had too many constraints. It had also been anticipated that from mid-2020 Council would have commenced operations at a publicly accessible temporary pound and rehoming centre on leased private premises in Dulguigan until a permanent facility was completed. However, following the identification of a range of issues and concerns raised in public submissions, and an initial Council assessment of the development application, it was decided to withdraw the application and not proceed with the temporary proposal. Until a new pound and rehoming centre is established from mid-2022 current temporary arrangements will continue with impounded animals cared for at a privately-owned boarding kennel at Tygalgah near Murwillumbah. These arrangements have been in place since September 2019. The Council will continue to work closely with the not-for-profit animal rescue charity Friends of the Pound to ensure as many animals are rehomed in the Tweed as possible. President Sonia Trichter said Friends of the Pound was delighted with the

newly identified permanent pound site. “We are very supportive of the site identified in South Murwillumbah and look forward to the construction of a new modern animal pound and rehoming facility. We’ve also been pleased with how the temporary arrangements at the Tygalgah site have worked over the past 10 months,” Ms Trichter said. Anyone looking to adopt a pet should continue to view the animals available for adoption on the Friends of the Pound website or their Facebook page. Director Planning and Regulation Vince Connell said Council was taking all steps and efforts to ensure current high standards of service and care of impounded animals are maintained. “Keeping animals is a big responsibility and roaming animals are at risk of being impounded resulting in fines and holdings costs. It’s important that all dog and cat owners register and microchip their pets and check that all details are up-to-date,” Mr Connell said. “If your pet does happen to go astray, the first thing you should do is call our customer contact team on 02 6670 2400. They will be able to tell you if your pet has been impounded and talk you through the steps for collection.” The former pound at Stotts Creek closed on 25 September 2019 to allow for the expansion of the Waste and Resource Recovery Centre.

GRAFTON RIVERSIDE PRECINCT TO BOOST TOURISM GRAFTON is set for a major tourist boom through revitalisation of the Grafton Riverside Precinct. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Michael McCormack has approved a $6.5 million Australian Government investment that will connect visitors and locals with the Clarence River, boosting the town’s liveability and tourism income. “When construction is finished in late 2021, local businesses and residents will be in a prime position to reap the benefits of a more dynamic riverside precinct,” Mr McCormack said. “It will expand the number of existing events and attract new ones, giving Grafton an opportunity to grow as a regional centre while supporting 10 construction jobs and creating 32 ongoing jobs”. “The Australian Government’s investment will have major benefits for the regional economy and is a great local example of how the Australian Government’s investment in infrastructure nationwide is supporting jobs and communities at a time when it’s needed more than ever.” The Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan said the upgrade will transform Grafton into a tourism hub. “The revitalisation will feature a walk/cycle way and new pontoon, making access to the water easier and more enjoyable,” Mr Hogan said. “At Memorial Park, there will be a new riverfront boulevard with paved

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access, and arrival points at Duke, Villiers and Clarence Street will have improved accessibility along with improved picnic facilities”. Clarence Valley Mayor Jim Simmons said the upgrade would re-position Grafton as a vibrant centrepiece on the Clarence River. “The project will transform the waterfront into an active space for the community and visitors,” Cr Simmons said. “It will also encourage investment, new business and deliver jobs and economic growth”. “Another benefit will be to provide a fitting platform for existing Grafton events such as the Jacaranda Festival and the Grafton Bridge to Bridge Ski Classic.” The Australian Government is fully funding the $6.5 million project.

BOY SUSTAINS SERIOUS INJURIES IN MOTOBIKE COLLISION THE Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter was tasked on a primary mission to a motorcycle accident on a property at Upper Corindi north of Coffs Harbour on Wednesday 8th July. A male child suffered serious head injuries in a collision with another motorcycle. The patient was stabilised on scene by local NSW Ambulance paramedics and the Westpac Helicopter Critical Care Medical Team prior to being flown to the Brisbane Children’s Hospital for further treatment.

MAN CHARGED POSSESSION OF CHILD ABUSE MATERIAL IN NIMBIN A MAN has faced Lismore Court after being charged over the alleged possession and dissemination of child abuse material and filming a person without consent in Nimbin. In February 2019 Nimbin Police initiated an investigation after receiving information a male was filming children in the Nimbin township. As part of their inquiries police spoke to a 28-year-old man and seized a mobile phone which was examined by the Digital Forensic Investigation Unit. Police allege that the phone contained over 300 images of young people, including images taken in shopping centres. On Thursday, 9 July, 2020 police arrested a 29-year-old man at Nimbin and he was taken to Lismore Police Station. He was charged with possess child abuse material, disseminate child abuse material, deal with identity information to commit indictable offence and film person in private act without consent.


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Woodburn Evans Head Golf Club: Tuesday July 14 Club Competition Winner J Robinson Snr., Rundown T English, J Robinson Jnr., J Baker, S Jacobson, P Fay, Wednesday July 15 Final Round Ladies Club Championships A Grade Winner L Jeffery c/b, B Grade Winner S Jacobson, Rundown C Wagstaff, K Fletcher, J Hennessy, G Bishop, Putting A Grade L Jeffery c/b, B Grade N Webb. Club Champion J Hennessy, Runner Up S Manwarring, B Grade Champion R Kinnane, Runner Up S Jacobson, C Grade Champion J Pethers, C Grade Runner Up G Bishop, Thursday July 16 Veteran’s 18 Hole Stableford winner T English 39, Rundown T Hancock, J Perkins, C Young, K Keane, R Turner, J Boyd, G Ireland, D Ferrier, J Patterson, NTP’S 2 T Hancock, 11 J Perkins, 5 D Pobje, 14 L Newton, 9 J Robinson Snr., 18 NJ Perkins, Friday 17 Club Competition Winner Julie Boyd, Rundown J Mulcahy, J Robinson Jnr., T English, R Kinnane, P Wall, J Pethers, Saturday July 18 3rd Rnd. Club Championships Overall Winner A Schmitt70, A Grade Winner D Ferrier 71, B Grade Winner M Hardy72, Gross Winner P O’Connor, Rundown M Fava, D Pobje, A Sheather, G Kingdom, J Boyd, K Richardson, P Newman, E Mackney, P Wall, M Sneesby, T Booth, J Perkins, D Cotes, B Ferrier, B Kinnane, J Edser, Ladies Winner G Ferrier 66, Rundown J Boyd, J Hennessy, S Manwarring, G Bishop, R Kinnane, Pros Approach E Mackney, Mystery Numbers G Ferrier & S Manwarring. In the Skins Event being run in conjunction with the Championships the following players are the top 8: 1 David Ferrier, 2 Julie Boyd, 3 Al Sheather, 4 Greg Kingdom, 5 Jeff Boyd, 6 Keith Richardson, 7 Peter Newman & 8 Elwyn Mackney. Leading the Club Championships into the final round are: A Grade D Ferrier, B Grade P Newman, C Grade B Kinnane.

Lennox Head Bowls Club: Tuesday 14 Men’s Social: G. Brook, G. Mains, A. Ross(winners) 23 d K. Foster, R. Roberts, S. Prasad 14; D. Binns, F. Allcoat, J. Dudgeon 22 d G. McLaren, I. Hannaby, K. Frampton 16; D. Howell, I. Carruth 18 d M. Allan, P. Rutherford 16; C. Howell, Frosty, L. Martin 17 d G. Russell, J. McGough, R. Tait 12; J. Clark, B. Luker, G. McPhail 23 d W. Thatcher, R. Hurst, P. Blair 19; D. Gregor/ B. Caterson, R. McKinnon, K. Pringle 24 d J. Dennis, R. Condie, R. Reid 10; J. Adams, Tony Collier, J. Bowen 38 d S. Lewis, G. Hair, K. Watts 14. Saturday 18 Men’s Club Championship Major Pairs: P. Blair, P. Sharp 24 d G. Ironfield, L. Martin 15; I. Carruth, K. Frampton 22 d B. Evans, G. Grady 19; Frosty, G. Baxter 20 d Tait Collier, G. Bowen 13. Open Social: L. Opperman, K. Watts 15 d J. Dryer, B. Knott 14; R. Roberts, S. Pollitt 18 d C. Roberts, W. Hampson 17; M. Hanaway, A. Ross 37 d B. Sullivan, J. Church 10; P. Carter, S. Prasad 26 d L. McGough, J. McGough 9; W. Thatcher, D. Howell 27 d C. Howell, G. Martin 13. Lennox Head Ladies Club Major Pairs Final Wednesday 8 July: K. Hair, J. Church 21 d A. Hewitt, K. Innes 7. Wednesday 15 Ladies Social: J. Brook, W. Ross, J. Fogarty(winners) 23 d L. Opperman, M. Hanaway, J. Stewart 15; C. Pyke-Nott, D. Strong, G. Martin 12 d L. McGough, J. Hollingsworth, S. Pollitt 11; B. Sullivan, B. Fensham, B. Knott 17 d J. Dickens, V. Munster, A. Humphries 8; K. Tait, M. Jones, C. Briand 12 d J. Dreyer, C. Roberts, C. Howell 11. Casino Social Golf Results: 19-07-2020 - Winners on Sunday were Trevis Jenkins & R.Horseman with a stableford score 49 points on a count back from Fred Bruni & Stephen Shephard also 49. 3rd, Gary Shephard & Mathew Gooding 48. The players draw was won by D.Green.

JULY 23, 2020 Nearest to pins:8th, M.Gooding. 9th, 13th & 15th, J.Llewellyn. 10th, T.Mortimer. 11th, G.Randall. 12th, J.Sneath. 14th, F.Bruni. 16th, B.Sheen. 17th, N.Rose. 18th, D.Matulick. Next Sunday’s event sponsored by Casino Mini Mart will be a single stableford on the bottom 10 holes and visitors are welcome to play with hit off from 6-30am till 7-30am. Woodburn Wanderers: The Woodburn Wanderes are back from the shut down because of the Covid 19 virus. We have many rules that we abide by with temperature checks and social distancing, also make sure you wash your hands. Please if you are feeling a little off do not come to bowls as we will send you home. Play begins at 9.30am, followed by a BBQ lunch and prizes. Woodburn .Wanderers at Evans Head Thursday 16th July. Winners: Mac Angus, Dianne Angus, Bruce Thompson. Runners Up: Tony Dodds, Dennis Cameron, Rick Hatcher. Metcalfe Butchers Voucher winner was Vicki Hart. Prizes won by Pam Freeman and Pam Weller. Happy Birthday Kerry Townsend the cake was most welcome by all. Big Jackpot shared by 6 players. Big hello to Bill Bugg from The Wanderers not feeling to good. Chocolate Wheel winner is Frank Reese. Don’t forget be safe and we hope to see you next week Thursday 23rd July at 9.30am Ballina Women’s Bowls Club: Social bowls 14 July; S Gordon, F Crowder, P Johns 13 d S Gordon, E Bosworth, B Bennett 4; R Heffernan, S Baldwin 12 d S Bray, J Pike 7; P Condon, S Mazzer 12 d G Nugent, H McDonnell 6; W Threadgate, J Blay 10 d A O’Brien, E Fox 9; B LeQuesne, K Tyrell 28 d C Francis, S Grady 14; A Jackson, G Bray 16 d V Maxwell, M O’Neill 14;

Club Championship singles 16 July; A Jackson 25 d P Condon 21; J Pike 25 d K Albany 17; K Tyrell 25 d H McDonnell 19; E Fox 25 d L Morton 18; A O’Brien 25 d H Riggs 7; J Rhodes25 d P Johns 22; 18 July championship singles; E Fox 25 d K Tyrell 22; A Jackson 25 d J Pike 18; S Baldwin 25 d F Crowder 22; J Rhodes 25 d A O’Brien 2; Lismore City Bowling Club: Results of the Open Singles; Semi-Finals – S Fiedler 31 d P Clarke 27; D Harries 31 d G Back 23. Final - S Fiedler 31 d D Harries 15. Nominations for the Open Pairs close on this Friday 24 July at 5pm. Please carefully read the Conditions of Entry on the noticeboard, next to the bowls office, before nominating. The draw will be posted on the noticeboard by 6pm. Bowls this Saturday will be single entry Open Triples commencing at 1pm with noms in by 12.15. On Wednesday there will be self-select or single-entry Open Pairs with play commencing at 9.30am and noms close at 9am. Lismore workers sports bowling club: Tuesday 14th R Moss, R Walker 13 def K Hoffman, M Rosde 10--M Richards, R Springall 26 def M Moss, K Savins 8--Jane Rose, I Osbourne 18 def R Partridge , J Fowler 9-Joan Rose, K Jacobson, B Partridge 12 def J Quinlan, L Church, B Hutchinson 11 Friday 17th J Davis, I Osbourne, A Wilson 17 def Joan Rose, J Fowler, C Vanderwall 16 Ladies Single Championship, M Moss 25 def L Bryant 19 Saturday 18th Social--Jane Rose, D Morrow, D Pearce

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26 def I Osbourne, C Vanderwall, Gary Rose 22--G Fowler, J Davis- R Hoskin 31 def G Fowler, J Jacobson. A Davis 8--L Church, G Vanderwall 25 def N McDonald J Fowler 23--Joan Rose, R Partridge, G Moss 29 def K Hoffman, R Moss, B Turner 11-Minor Singles --R Walker 31 def W Woods 25--Major Singles -L kennedy 31 def B Hutchinson 13--Pairs S Smart, B Partridge 29 def G Cox, J Piper 24 The AGM of the Lismore Sports Workers Club will be held at the clubhouse on Sunday 26th July at 11.30 am. Casino Golf Club: TUESDAY JULY 14 the Vets had 47 in the field for the Single Stableford event and the cold winter wind was felt by all. The winner of the day was David Mudford (24) with 37 points from a string of 36 points starting with Andrew Summer (36), Warwick Sweeney (21), Len Brown (13). Lawrence Bonner (28) had 33 from John Nipperess (24) with 32 points on a count back from Jeff Lassig (14). The Ball Rundown went to 27 on a count back. WEDNESDAY JULY 15 the ladies had 29 players for the Janelle Stenner Beauty Therapist day and the Kyogle Real Estate trophies. The mornings are fresh to start the game and as the day progresses the warmth comes in. Div 1 Janelle Stenner Trophy was won by Nora Viel (17) with 33 points back after a few games of golf off. 1st Runner Up was Linda Dean (19) with 31 points on a c/b from 2nd Runner Up Sue Leeson (15). Div 2 Janelle Stenner Trophy was won by Vonnie Micallef (31) with an excellent 40 points from 1st Runner Up Anne Mead (23) having 39 points from 2nd Runner Up Reinie Kinsley (23) with 34 points. Div 3 Janelle Stenner Trophy was won by Betty Quinn (33) with 36 points from 1st Runner Up Lorraine Pratt (37) with 34 and 2nd Runner Up was Dorothy Willis (38) with 30 points. Thank you to Kyogle Real Estate providing the 1st & 2nd

Runner Ups. The Ball Rundown went to 29, (Photos are of winners Nora Viel, Vonnie Micallef & Betty Quinn with Captain Carolyn Ross).

THURSDAY JULY 16 what a great day for golf with 84 fellas coming to play at Casino, one of th top courses in the Northern Rivers. There were 15 visitors from other clubs in NSW and also QLD. The locals proved themselves with A Grade being won by Trevor Gordon(17) with 38 points from Runner Up Jim Moffit (16) having 37 on a c/b from Ian Eggleton (13). B Grade was won by Glenn Ross (29) who had the best score of the day with 45 points from Runner Up Jim Flegg (24) having 38 points. The Ball Rundown went to 33 on a c/b. FRIDAY JULY 17 School Holidays have affected the numbers for the ladies single stableford with 24 in the field Division 1 was won by Anne Innes (3) with 38 points from 1st Runner Up Nora Viel (17) with 37 on a c/b from 2nd Runner Up Terri Campbell (30) and Division 2 was won by Neita Johnson (45) with 36 points from Lorraine Pratt (37) on a c/b from 2nd Runner Up Judith McHugh (33). The ball rundown went to 31 on a c/b. SATURDAY JULY 18 what a day for golf and what a game introduced into the program in 2020. Thank you to the Woodburn Evans Head Bowlo for sponsoring the day with 134 players in the field for the 2BBB STROKE Nett event with a Single Stroke in conjunction. James Mundine (36) a new comer to golf and with his new clubs certainly produced the best score of the


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Pictured: All Girls Surfriders Club members in 2018. Photo supplied by club.

Trusted sources are repeating the rumour that the World Surf League, the governing body for professional surfing will make an announcement regarding 2020-21 season very shortly that the tour will recommence at the famous Pipeline in Hawaii and the men’s and women’s world champions to possibly be crowned at the iconic Trestles surf break in California in a fabulous one day event. Due to the continued evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic, the World Surf League postponed or cancelled all events, at all levels of competition with no definite plan to return up to now. day with his playing Partner Wally Bell (18) shooting a 52 Nett between them. Runner Ups were a father & son combination Hulky Jeff Rankin (27) and Matt Rankin (24) finishing with a 56 Nett on a c/b from Garry Roberts (29) and Nicholas Morrissey. The ball rundown went to 63 nett on a c/b. The Single Stroke Nett was won by John Quirk (9) with 66 nett on a c/b from Malcolm Olive (14). Visitors from Lismore, Coolangatta TH, Frederickton, Gosford, Concord & Woodburn EH came to enjoy this game and our course.

WSL’s CEO Erik Logan said: ““Prior to COVID-19, we had been working hard on how we would evolve the Championship Tour, the path to the CT, and all our tours in 2022 and beyond. The more we worked on this transformation, the more we became excited and it became clear that our pause due to COVID really allowed us to see that now is the time to accelerate these changes.” Starting in 2021 the women’s and men’s World Titles will be decided in a single day of competition on the last day of the Championship Tour season, with the top surfers battling for their respective titles in a new surf-off

format. This evolution has been part of a multi-year discussion, and the final design is a collaboration between the surfers, partners, and the WSL. Two-time WSL Champion, Tyler Wright, said, “I feel like the new format raises the intensity of the entire World Title situation. The difference is that you get to win in the water, which is huge! It comes down to nobody else, and that kind of intensity, that kind of competitive pressure, raises the bar. It’s pretty exciting!” On the local community sport scene Surfing Australia and State Surfing Associations

(photos 2020.07.18 Wally Bell (one of the winners): Hulky Jeff Rankin & Son Matt Rankin (Team Runner Ups); John Quirk (Single Winner) & Malcolm Olive (Single Runner Up) Cherry Street Sandflies:

The Sandflies attended the Cherry Street Men’s Bowling Club AGM before the morning game which of cause is the right thing to do. That cut the mornings play down a bit but not any enthusiasm to say the least. Great to see some of the Lennox White Pointers

are keeping abreast as information unfolds from Health authorities and will regularly monitor any changes in the situation and will consider implementing any further measures. They have implemented a COVID-19 policy which boardriders clubs will follow as they return to holding their competitions during July. Some have chosen to not continue to run events this year with the All Girls Surfriders Club making the decision to reconvene in 2021. Club president Berenice Roberts said: The club felt that due to the many restrictions imposed by the government health authorities and the ever changing nature

on deck after being in isolation like the rest of us for around 4 months and growing a bigger beer gut seems to be one of the side effects off Lockdown. So a bit of exercise, getting out of the wife’s hair for a few hours and a few beers with your mates makes for a top Sunday morning. The winners on the day were Alfredo Garcia, Norm Mulholland and Johnny Harley getting up 16 to 13 against Sharky, Johnny King and Patrick Kearney. Runners up were Little Joe, Paul Buckingham and Kenny Arthur going down 23 to 16 against John Dennis Steve Russell and Greg Ironfield. Home game next week, Alby’s Football and Hotdog Day on the 2nd

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of the pandemic, we thought it best to hold over club competitions until 2021”. Roberts mentioned that the club has just received a $1000 grant through Surfing NSW and the NSW government that has helped cover ongoing costs during the pandemic such as public liability insurance and registration for the club trailer along with affiliation fees. “We appreciate the support from Surfing NSW to assist us in applying for the grant and we have had many of our members signing up for the online courses that they have launched recently, it helps keep our members connected with the sport and provide us with a lot more qualified officials”.

of August and the Sandflies AGM on the 16th of August in the Dining Room at Ballina’s Premier and only Bowling Club - Cherry Street Sports. South Lismore Women’s Bowls Club: Social last Thursday. K Moore M.Newell , J.Matthews(Daily winner). d P.Saunders M.Hellyar D.Wallace. E.Anderson N.Fairfull P.Baskerville. d P.Davis S.Bryant J.Adams. South Lismore Mens Bowls Club: Wednesday Winners N. Wilson, J.Weismantel. Runners Up John Houghton, S.Stefanaras. Saturday Winner S . Clarke. Runners Up G. Osborne,

J. Houghton. A Grade Single Results .G.Clifford defeated T.Canini. T.Turcato defeated D. Hellyar. M.Harris defeated R. Matthews. S. Clarke defeated K.McInerney. S. Brecard defeated B. Fredericks. J. Wisemantel defeated S. Stefanaras. Next Round to be played on or before 26th July. T.Turcato vs G.Coughlin. Marker M.Wawn. M. Harris vs S. Clarke. Marker B. Matthews. S. Brecard vs J. Wisemantel. Marker B. Fredericks. A Grade Pairs sheet on the board closing 26th July. District Fours being played at Souths on the 2nd August at 9am. AGM is on the 9th August Nomination sheet on the board for Registered Club and Bowls Committee.


62 RANGERS DOMINANT, COFFS UNITED THRASH WILDCATS AS PORT TEAMS TRIUMPH IN ROUND TWO – REVIEW What a weekend of football, and one that sets up a big round three this coming weekend. Macleay Valley Rangers announced themselves as an authority with a commanding 3-1 over Sawtell FC. Coffs United defeated Taree, giving the Wildcats their second defeat of the campaign. Port United and Port Saints both overcame their northern opponents, and Boambee was tested once again but this time managed to scrape three points out of a difficult test against Kempsey Saints. Kempsey Saints 2 defeated by Boambee Bombers 3 Feature Match South Boambee Bombers were away at Kempsey Saints on Saturday afternoon and needed the three points to get their season underway. Kempsey, on the other hand, was relishing the chance of playing the “competition favourites” and were up to the challenge, with the Bombers unable to pierce Kempsey’s defence in the opening 30 minutes. Boambee had the upper hand for the opening parts of the match but struggled to find a way through. Finally, just after the half-hour mark, Nathan Pollitt’s mazy run through the midfield provided a way through, and Christian Penny simply had to tap the ball in for Boambee’s first. The second came just two minutes later, captain Luke France climbing highest to nod the ball home and Boambee, for all their possession, had a two-nil lead. To the Saints credit they regrouped, coach Kevin Sinclair making some changes at half time, and they came out the stronger team. Saints striker Nick Wright showed his class upfront to slot one past Boambee goalkeeper, and the deficit was back to one. Luke France scored

JULY 23, 2020 his second of the night, before a scrap in the Boambee box saw Nathan Pollitt deflect the ball into his net to set-up a nervous final 20 minutes, the scores 3-2 Boambee’s way and Kempsey with the momentum. The Bombers held on for their first three points of the season, but Kempsey certainly held their own and will be a team to watch as the season progresses. Saints coach Kevin Sinclair was extremely proud of his side’s performance. “It’s hard to celebrate a loss, but our boys played some good football today, and they continue to develop after many changes in the off season and the disruption caused by the pandemic. This is our best result in both grades against Boambee, I’m proud of how everyone performed, and we will learn from our mistakes and continue to grow.” “We knew this league would be a lot tougher than previous years, every mistake is punished, and reward is hard to come by, but today was a good learning curve and a great performance against a top side.” Port Saints 1 defeated Northern Storm 0 Port Saints hosted Northern Storm at Findlay Park on Saturday, and it was an even contest with both sides dominating possession in patches throughout the match. Just a goal separated them after 90 minutes, but it was enough for Port Saints to claim the win. Northern Storm was unlucky to walk away with nothing. They performed well though a well-drilled Saints defence left them frustrated, particularly in the second half. Northern Storms firstround win against Taree sees them hang on to a top-four position, while Port Saints climb to fifth on the ladder. Sawtell 1 defeated by Macleay Valley Rangers 3 Macleay Valley Rangers travelled to Sawtell on Saturday and following a narrow 2-1 win at Port Saints in

round one, this matchup against a youthful Sawtell FC was an enticing one. The match was tarnished after just 20 minutes when a Ranger player was sent off for an altercation with another player. A right decision by the official, though with 70 minutes to play Macleay now had an uphill battle against an energised Sawtell side. Despite the disadvantage, it was the Rangers who took the lead through Brett Morn when he tapped home a good low cross from Tristan Smith. Sawtell equalised shortly after half time, but the Rangers were ultimately too strong and ran away with the game 3-1 winners. An impressive performance from the Kempsey side and one that demonstrates the strength of the Rangers in 2020. Coffs Coast Tigers 0 defeated by Port United 1 Port United travelled to the Tigers home ground for what was anticipated to be a very even match up. The Tigers had humbled Boambee the week prior, while Port United lost a well-fought battle against Coffs United in round one. It was a cagey affair, with just the one goal separating the sides, the Tigers again strong in defensive shape and United was left frustrated on several occasions by the well organised Tigers. Port United managed to score the one goal, winning the game 1-0. Coffs United Lions 5 defeated Taree Wildcats 1 Feature Match North Coffs United Lions stamped their authority on the competition with a resounding 5-1 win over Taree Wildcats on Saturday night, which has them sitting atop the Coastal Premier League ladder after two games. Caleb Lokpo was a threat down United’s right flank all night, troubling the Wildcats defence time and time again. United’s first goal came from a penalty when Lokpo broke away down the right and was taken down in the area. Minutes later Lokpo was sent through again, this time one on one with

the keeper, and forced a great save from the Taree custodian, who could only parry the ball into the path of Maribor Garang, the striker gifted a simple tap in for United’s second. United coach Glen Williams said that despite Caleb’s heroics in attack, his improvement has been at the other end of the field. “I think he is playing his best football from the last two years. His effort in defence is outstanding, which is what we have been working on in pre-season.” Marty Kellegher then made it three before half time, getting on the end of a suburb cross from Nick Mallet. It was a tough night for Taree, who showed patches of quality, but struggled to piece together any real prolonged periods of dominance. Their second half was much improved from the first, only conceding the one goal and managing to claw one back from a set-piece. Wildcats coach Ben Sedlen was disappointed with his sides first-half performance and said it was a good test against one of the best in the competition. “Pretty disappointing today, we threw the game away in the first half, four silly goals. We kept working hard, can’t fault the guys’ effort, but we need to be a lot better going forward.” Williams was pleased with the performance of his side given the context of the season so far. “I think with limited preparation, the side is playing well most of the game. The effort is good, and I think we are getting fitter and fitter. We’ve got some big matches coming up against Macleay and Boambee, so we can’t get ahead of ourselves, but overall very pleased with how we are playing.”

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SPORTS RESULTS Evans Head Women’s Bowls: Our Ladies play every Wednesday morning. Results-01-07-20 - Lowest Margin Winners - B. Cameron, P. Weller, S. Maxwell, G. Marczan. Runners/up - J. Beckett, I. Bale, S. Smith, P. Freeman. 15-07-20 - Highest Margin - J. Beckett, S. Downs. Runners/up - A. Wood, M. Carey. Grafton Hockey Club: “Grafton Hockey Association juniors enjoyed a pre-season hit out, with coaching clinics running during the school holidays. Our youngest members were treated to a visit from former Australian representative player and Olympian, Brent Livermore.” Lismore Height Womens Bowling Club: Tuesday, 14th July results: R Campbell, B Ryan, L Allen (daily prize winner) d C Johnson, K Granatelli, C Danelon; C Batchelor, A Fields, D James d C Batchelor, B Durheim, E Fowler; E Viero, J Cornell d N Elliott, J Donadel; R Hodge, J Clarke, d W McHattan, D Corcoran. Thursday, July 16th results: A Fields, C Danelon (daily prize winners) d K Granatelli, E Fowler; F McKinley, L Allen d B Ryan, J Cornell; R Campbell, R Hodge, D Corcoran d N Elliott, J Donadel, D James. Kyogle Track and Trail MTB Club: Kyogle Mountain Bike Club are having a combined AGM, trail working bee and free shuttle rewards day on Saturday 25 July from 10am at the Kyogle MTB Forest. email the club kyogletrackandtrail@ gmail.com or phone me on 0427663232 for more information. Fiona Byron Bay Croquet Club: Play days Monday, Wednesday, Saturday or by arrangement. Be aware of Covid 19 health rules please. Inquiries from new

players welcome. Free lessons. For more information call Max 0431906536 Palm Lake Ballina bridge club: Friday17th July 1st N.S. H. Lewis, J.Bradley. E.W. L.Graham, E. Watson. 2nd. N.S. J. Wardley, L. Ebert. E.W. S. Davis, M.Goodall. Casino Ladies Bowls: Friday July 10th J Newell S Birrell & A James d P Brown N Hawkes & P Lyon Wednesday July 15th Winners on the highest winning margin were A Temple J Mathews & R Skirrey d P Brown J Mayne & I Watson : J Newell C Haynes & D Skinner d C Doyle J Mason & N Moran . Friday July 17th S Birrell / G Connolly J Mason & A James d J Newell D Skinner & N Moran . Play Wednesday & Friday Names in by 9:10 A:M Play 9:30 . New members always welcome. Kyogle Bowling Club: Wednesday July 15 - B Ellis B Studders B Hyde def N Parker J Arnold R Felton + 25, P Anderson N Bodycote def S Barton D Condon + 17, R O’Reilly D Zelcer def B Ryan G Miller + 13, W Farrell J Holland G Lavelle def G O’Reilly P Crewe K Hayes + 9. Saturday July 18 - G Lavelle G King D Farrell def K Walters R Felton T Holder + 10, N Parker R Goebel def W Farrell D McQuilty + 9, B Ryan R McKenna B Hyde def B Ellis J Arnold Rex McKenna + 8, P Anderson D Petherbridge def T Burgess B Creighton + 5, J Holland S Hall def R Birmingham J King + 1. B grade singles D Warren def N Parker 31 to 8, S Barton def L Condon 31 to 27. Kyogle annual bowls carnival August 7 and 8. Yamba Men’s Lawn Bowls: Major Singles Championship continues Round two of the 2020 Major Singles Championship will be contested on the


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THE BOYS ARE BACK 2020 Country Rugby League is back! Lismore Marist Brothers have been working extremely hard to be able to compete in this year’s NRRRL competition and the hard work is about to pay off. The end of the 2019 season saw many changes, including the signing of First Grade Coach Mark Sivewright. Mark has worked extremely hard with his coaching brains trust (assistant coaches), consisting of club legends Danny Lee, Jake Campbell and Simon Andrews. He and his team have worked tirelessly to bring back morning of Saturday 25th July commencing at 9.00am followed by the quarter-finals at 1.00pm. After a number of upsets and key results from round one, several engaging match-ups have resulted for round two with no chance of picking the finalists, let alone the winner at this stage. The irrepressible Marty Wood is up against ‘Mr Reliable’ Cliffe Vagg; Greg Johnson and Col Lindsay will lock horns; Bob Ballantyne and Ian Parker will do battle; Paul ’The Prince of Darkness’ Lozelle will face the challenge of John Luchetti; Steve Jackson is matched against the unknown skills of John Noble; ‘The Huskisson Hurricane’ Adam Hart will play his first match following an extended period out of the game due to illness against the in-form Jim Johnson; Nev Hillyard and Steve Butler are up against each other in what promises to be an enthralling contest; while Ron ‘Pork Chop’ Smidt will be confronted by a very determined Dave Atkinson. Members are encouraged to get to the club for the day to witness singles lawn bowls at its very best. The 2020 Major Triples Championships will be finalised next week with the long-awaited final between defending champions, Nev Hillyard,

63 juniors of our club that were playing elsewhere into the side, creating an extremely strong and well balanced team across the park. We have prepared extremely well during the Pre-Season and COVID-19 period. Starting in November, players braved the Southern Cross University steps and hill sprints. This was then followed by a gruelling three month Pre Season which saw most players running a total of 11km per session! During the COVID period, we worked in isolation. Players were kept accountable by posting their workouts to one another and training in groups of two when they could and legally possible. The players, coaching staff and committee have shown

tremendous resilience during this period which has ultimately enabled us to have a club this season. Our new signings for 2020 include Intrust Super Cup players Max Elliott and Hugh Pratt. Max is known for his tireless work ethic and his remarkable toughness. Players have been known to transform into turnstiles when he runs the ball! Hugh Pratt is our halfback, silky smooth with the ball in hand and has a knack for reading the game and creating opportunities through wit and grit. Club juniors have also made the return with the Kennedy family Kyle, Lachlan and Aiden. These boys are dangerous in two places, the dinner table and the footy field! Kyle

Terry Johnson and Brad Johnson and the well preformed trio of Allan Parker, Graham ‘Magic’ Meany and Peter Forrester scheduled for Sunday 2nd August commencing at 1.00pm. Nominations for the Minor Pairs, Club Veteran Singles and ‘C’ Grade Singles Championships close on Wednesday 29th July at 4.30pm. The draw will be displayed on the noticeboard on Wednesday evening. Men’s social bowls will continue on Wednesday (pairs) and Friday (triples) afternoons. All games commence at 1.00pm and nominations can be made by telephoning the Bowls Office on 6646 8669 prior to 11.30am on the intended day of play.

Casino Baseball Club: Casino Baseball Club had a great win last weekend at our home game at Groth Field against Lismore’s Marist Brothers with a final score of 28-4.

Wednesday 15 July: Winners: Peter Glover and Frank Pate Runners Up: Geoff Solomon and Mark Bilton Encouragement: John Parkes and John Telfer Friday 17 July: Winners: John Telfer, Peter Julian and Trevor Turnley Runners Up: Doug Howat, Alan Reed and Ray Schafer Encouragement: Barry Latham, Mark Bilton and Sturat Bell Don Freeman

Casino Junior Rugby League Club: Under 10’s Casino 16 - Ballina 12 Under 11’s– Ballina 24 – casino 6 Under 12’s Casino 20 – Ballina 16 Under 13’s Ballina 28 – casino 18 Under 14’s Ballina 12 – Casino 10 Under 15s Casino 16 – Ballina 14 Under 16’s Ballina 38 – Casino 10 GLT Ballina 60 – Casino 8 Tweed Coast Tigers: Reserves v Lismore 33 -33 draw Senior v Lismore 128- 12 win Womens v Lismore 24-5 win

has represented NSW Country Rugby League twice and both Aiden and Lachlan have played for NRRRL Under 23’s. The people’s champion Lennon Bartlett is back from his stint in the UK where he assisted his team in winning two back to back premiership for the Hammersmith Hills Hoists. Mitchell Krause, the King, is back to rein at fullback and we are excited to see him back in the blue and gold. Our Captain, Paul O’Neill and ViceCaptain Jacob Follent have been described as our ‘Bread and Butter’ Two rock solid players who have the utmost respect of their players. Not only is our First Grade side looking strong, we have tremendous depth throughout the club.

Our Ladies League tag are looking promising coming off the back of consecutive grand final appearances and will be looking for redemption. Under 18’s have equipped an extremely successful side from the Under 16’s last year and will look to build off the fantastic platform that was created last year. Reserve grade is more competitive than ever, with tremendous numbers at training and players coming in and out of first grade. Last but not least, we now have an Old Boys club! The ‘Lismore Rams Old Boys’ is a social Club that provides a means of maintaining connections with ex-players, officials, supporters and current players of the Marist Brothers Rugby League Club.

They hope to bring a heap of support to our games & the club in general. It’s a fantastic initiative and we are extremely humbled and excited to see some club legends back around the club. If anyone would like to join, visit the websitehttps://www. ramsoldboys.com.au/ Finally, a huge thank you to our wonderful committee who have worked tirelessly behind the scenes. Without their help and support we would not have a club. They have shown tremendous resilience and flexibility during these unprecedented times. Our players and supporters thank you. By Jake Hoban

They’ve been catching snapper, pearl perch, cobia and parrot fish with the occasional pelagic still around. Blackfish have had their moments of good and bad. Sometimes the tide and moon will cause this. Bream have been plentiful as expected with the largest fish being weighed in around 1.5kg. Still good sized Flathead mostly up river and a lot of smaller fish around the river mouth. Tailor have been quite good also with most of the fish being caught around the headland on metal lures and poppers.

Larger jewfish have been a little slower but smaller fish have been in numbers in the river and headlands. Larger fish have been caught on hard bodied lures. Mud crabs have been strong throughout winter with some good catches.

FISHING REPORT

YAMBA / CLARENCE RIVER FISHING REPORT It’s been a busy school holidays despite the current situation. Weather has been kind to us letting the keen outside fishermen out most of the time.

Mick Leavey Yamba Bait & Tackle & Outdoors Shop 1, 8 Yamba Street YAMBA NSW 2464 Ph: 02 6646 1514

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South Lismore Women’s Bowls Club: Social last Thursday. K Moore M.Newell , J.Matthews(Daily winner). d P.Saunders M.Hellyar D.Wallace. E.Anderson N.Fairfull P.Baskerville. d P.Davis S.Bryant J.Adams.

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