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A vibrant vision for the future

Participants from the recently held Western Cape York Youth Summit: young people from Aurukun, Weipa, Napranum and Mapoon participated in the three-day Rare Earth Foundation event. Photo: Nana Owusu Agyeman.

THE inaugural Western Cape York Youth Summit was held from June 27 to 30 at the Western Cape Residential Campus. Forty-five young people from Aurukun, Weipa, Napranum and Mapoon, participated in three intensive days of visioning, action planning, problem solving, multimedia, music and dance workshops

facilitated by some of Australia’s leading youth service providers. The Youth Summit, facilitated by Rare Earth Foundation, is the front line of a robust, long term, sustainable youth service model that incorporates a coordinated, response from young people, communities, service providers, and local, state and federal government.

Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and Multicultural Affairs Glen Elmes attended the summit and was impressed with the rising generation’s vibrant vision for the future. “I had the privilege to participate in a session at the Western Cape Youth Summit at Weipa. The summit included 45 exceptional young

Indigenous leaders of the future from Weipa, Napranum, Aurukun and Mapoon,” Minister Elms said during an address to the Queensland parliament following the summit. “What blew me away was the unbounded enthusiasm shown by those confident, proud and articulate young adults. It was easily the most positive and uplifting thing I have

seen in my time as the minister and for many years prior to that. “Not anywhere would you find a more vibrant, switched-on group of young people who are so aware of the challenges facing their communities and who are so committed to participating in meeting those challenges. UU continued page 10

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Community recycling up by 20 per cent THIS month marks six months since upgrades to the Evans Landing landfill came into effect, an important milestone in terms of the community working together to dispose of waste appropriately. During 2010 and 2011, $2.5 million worth of upgrades were made to the 30-year-old facility, including a new drop-off station – located next to the weigh bridge – with a number of different drop off points for paper and cardboard, aluminium cans, white goods, batteries and waste oil. The upgrades also included significant improvements to the site’s water management. The landfill’s overall environmental performance has improved since the upgrades were implemented, with a 20 per cent increase in the amount of recyclable material being disposed of at the facility. A major clean-up of illegally dumped domestic waste was undertaken earlier this year, and the offer of free disposal and degassing of white goods for the community commenced. “These upgrades have significantly improved the segregation of waste and recycling, and we thank the community for their efforts in adapting to the new waste disposal setup,” Environmental Operations specialist Tim Ryan said. The drop-off stations enable users to drive across the weigh bridge to the build-

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o Cyclone CAPE York is a funny sort of place, when you think about it. For a start, it is huge. I mean, really big. I don’t think most of us notice. After all, we don’t see far beyond the edge of the road and even though we know we are driving past vast areas of bush, we don’t think about them.

The other thing is that noone lives here. Apart from us, that is, and we are so few no-one would notice. Cape York is empty. Of course, there are other empty places in the world but no-one lives in them for good reason. We are not talking about the Sahara or Greenland where you need miracles to make a living.

Meet Angus! After having a very rough and sad start in life, Angus is now a beautiful, loving and healthy dog looking for a very loving and friendly home. He can be very coy at first, but once he settles in, Angus really is a cheeky and affectionate dog. Feel free to come and see them obligation free. For $200.00 you can help save the life of our rescued dogs which covers their 1st round of vaccinations, micro-chipping, registration and desexing. If you are interested in knowing more about him, please call Kylie Walling on 0457 195 266 or email capeanimalprotectionshelter@gmail.com

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and recycled. “We encourage everyone to continue using the facility correctly and place rubbish into the right skip. The Cleanaway staff are there to help if people have any questions. “There is a small charge for batteries and tyre disposal ($2.50 per battery, $5.50 per car tyre); everything else is free.” For more information about the landfill upgrade, contact Rio Tinto Alcan Weipa’s community feedback hotline 1800 707 633 or email RTAWeipafeedback@riotinto.com

Cape York is a rich sort of place and you could live almost anywhere, if you had to. I’m not just talking about living off fish and wallabies. The old mining camps did not have to exist for long before they attracted Chinese vegetable gardens. Travel around a lot of the world and you will find a productive village every five kiometres or so. We just never got around to it. I wonder if Europe was ever like Cape York? Back in the Stone Age, I suppose, they might have had families of hunter gatherers wandering through a limitless wilderness like the one we have on our doorstep. I know visitors are attracted to our wilderness, but how much do they see? As far as I can make out, most of them

don’t stray far from the roads or campsites. They rush from place to place tasting little samples of Cape York but don’t leave their trucks for long enough to glimpse the Stone Age. I suppose a landscape is much bigger when you are travelling on foot or horseback. Now there’s a business opportunity for us. Find some Europeans who want to leave their crowded countries for a couple of weeks, and take them from creek to waterhole to river slowly. They will pay a fortune for the privilege. We just have to stop thinking like Australians for a while and realise you don’t have to thunder up dusty roads for days at time. We’ve got enough Cape York right under our noses.

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Undersized fish found in the possession of a Daintree fisher proved costly. Photo supplied.

THE Queensland Boating and Fisheries Patrol has warned recreational fishers of the effectiveness of The Fishwatch Hotline after a successful operation in the Daintree area. Port Douglas-based QBFP field officer Warren Egling said three recreational fishers were fined for an early morning catch after a community-spirited member of the public blew the whistle on their crabbing and fishing offences. “We were able to respond quickly to that report and as a consequence, issued $2300 in on-the-spot fines,” he said. Two patrol officers went to the site reported and carried out a search, finding a quantity of mud crabs with their carapace removed, female mud crabs and undersize fish. A number of unmarked crab pots were also found to be in use. One offender was served with $1300 worth of Fisheries Infringement Notices (FIN) for having in his possession crabs with their carapace

removed, female mud crabs, undersize fish and using unmarked crab pots. Offending recreational fishers can expect the following FINs if QBFP catch them doing the wrong thing: take or possession of undersize fish and crabs ($400), possession of crabs with carapace removed ($400), possession of crab claws without the body ($400) and failure to mark crab pots as required ($500). “Recreational fishing rules for crabbing require that floats are to be marked with your name and the apparatus marked with name and address,” Mr Egling said. “If no float is used then the rope must have a tag with the owner’s surname on it at the point of attachment to a fixed object.” If you suspect illegal fishing do the right thing report it to the Fishwatch hotline on 1800 017 116 as soon as possible. For more information on crabbing rules visit www.fisheries.qld.gov. au

QBFP pinched recreational fishers with female mud crabs and crabs with their carapace removed. Photo supplied.

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LETTERS / NEWS Letters to the editor email: editor@westerncapebulletin.com.au

Scherger open public forum THE Department of Immigration and Citizenship invites all members of the Weipa community to attend a public question and answer forum at 7pm on Tuesday, July 31, 2012 at the Weipa Town Authority council chambers. Our aim for this forum is to provide the Weipa community the opportunity to directly raise questions or concerns and ensure their views are heard by the Department. I warmly extend an invitation for you to attend the evening and hope that you will be able to join us. Please note that we will be providing light refreshments at the event and there is no requirement to RSVP. Should you have any questions, wish to make contact prior to the event or know of someone interested in speaking with the Department, I encourage you to contact us directly via the email address scherger. idc@immi.gov.au Mat Rogers Manager,Scherger Immigration Detention Centre Department of Immigration and Citizenship

Deepest gratitude I CANNOT express my gratitude deeply enough to the kind people of Weipa involved directly with myself, my family and of course my wife Anita who peacefully passed away in the care of the nurses at Weipa Hospital on July 7, 2012. Firstly I would like to thank the doctors, nurses, carers, paramedics and staff at the Weipa Hospital for not only their long-term care of Anita during her decline, but for the last couple of harrowing weeks that Ann fought bravely, but sadly lost her battle with illness. The care she was afforded at the hospital was simply outstanding and carried out in a highly professional manner. This allowed Anita to maintain her dignity and rest comfortably in her last weeks. The consideration shown to myself and family during our vigil was second to none. These people are my real heroes. I wish to thank my employer, Rio Tinto Alcan from my managers down, crew leader (Ral), my team mates, and support officer (Ton) for the understanding of our situation and the â&#x20AC;&#x153;family comes firstâ&#x20AC;? attitude. I am proud to be part of this team.

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Thank you for the support I WOULD like to extend our greatest appreciation to the major sponsors and the many people who supported and attended our recent 2012 Equip and Empower Church Conference in Weipa. The three day conference, held over the middle weekend of the school holidays, recorded an attendance of well over 300 people. People travelled from as far as Sydney and Murray Island in the Torres Strait. Three large groups from Bamaga, Coen and Warraber Island made a special effort to attend, which was such a blessing. Those in attendance heard inspiring messages from the National President of Australian Christian Churches Pastor

Wayne Alcorn, about how as Christians we can impact and serve our communities. During the conference we also celebrated the 141st year of the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Coming of Lightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; of the London Missionaries bringing the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the Torres Strait. The major sponsors who helped this to be such a great success include: Weipa Pest Control, Goodline Fabrications, Weipa Town Authority, Whuntree Sound, WCCCA, Rio Tinto Alcan, Western Cape College, Serco Asia Pacific, Weipa Traders, Weipa News and Sports, Weipa Fishing Classic Committee, and Woolworths Supermarket. I would also like to thank the members of the Western Cape AOG Church and the members of St Lukeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Uniting Church for joining together in hosting the conference. I look forward to even greater things at the 2014 Equip and Empower Conference. Plans are already underway for the 2014 conference which will be held from Wednesday, July 2 to Sunday, July 6. I hope to see you all there. Blessings, Ps Semi Ratucoka Senior Pastor Western Cape Assembly of God Church

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Students experience the working world IN the week prior to the June/ July school holidays Western Cape College Year 10 students participated in work experience. Mrs Michelle Buchholz, WCC job placement officer, said every student in Year 10 was involved in the experience. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Work experience is an important part of the WCCâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s P-12 career development framework and all 56 students were able to experience the world of work â&#x20AC;&#x201C; many for the first time,â&#x20AC;? Mrs Buchholz said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is also a good opportunity for businesses to trial students.â&#x20AC;? Mrs Buchholz extended her appreciation to Rio Tinto Alcan, Weipa Cabinets & Building, Carpentaria Contracting, Napranum Pre-School, Napranum Council, Woolworths Supermarket, Sodexo, GG Contracting, Weipa

Some of the very excited Western Cape College Year 10 students ready for work experience with businesses in the Weipa area. Photo supplied.

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for one or two weeks before increasing the mileage. After running 2-3 km for a while it’s safe to increase the mileage up to 5-6km. Have times for rest Running every day may not be beneficial to your body, nor to the improvement of your running skills. Giving your body rest-days (or even weekends) will help you to get stronger and faster easier. Going for a swim is a great counterbalance for a run. Stretch and strengthen I cannot stress enough how important it is to strengthen your midsection, and knees while you are increasing your running load to prevent injuries and problems with your back and knees. Make sure you keep stretching your hamstrings, quadriceps and calves very time you run, at the very least. I would even suggest allowing time for stretches on a daily basis. This will help you to prevent injuries and keep you more mobile. Releasing your shoulder muscles through stretching will be beneficial as well. Hydrate Drinking water and staying well hydrated before and after your run will help your muscles to stay flexible and work efficiently. I suggest starting to drink two to three hours before your run. Have only one glass at a time. Gulping large amounts of water just before a run is less beneficial as it will be heavy in your stomach. Eat nutritious Minerals and vitamins are important for everyone but when you start exercising and sweating more you can help your body to work more efficiently buy fuelling it correctly. Have lots of fruit and vegetables, nuts and seeds and make sure you vary colours and eat a balanced diet.

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NATURE

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Western Cape Bulletin July 18, 2012 Page 9


WESTERN CAPE YORK YOUTH SUMMIT UU from page 1

“Those young people are a clear demonstration of willingness and ability to take responsibility for leadership within their own communities,” Minister Elmes said. “In attending the youth summit, it was my pleasure to see the brightest hopes for those communities all in one room. I place on record my appreciation to the organisers, the Rare Earth Foundation and local departmental officer Bettina Rosser who participated in the summit.” The main identified actions from the summit where: 1. Creation of Youth Councils 2. Develop Youth Centres 3. Full time male and female youth workers 4. Youth strategy and action plan for the region 5. Website www.capeyorkyouth.com Each community has chosen to create youth councils that can work in partnership with their community to make decisions and help run youth programs. It has been recommended two young people from each youth council will come together to form a Western Cape Youth Council that will work with regional service providers and the government to support the development of youth programs in each of the four communities. Western Cape York is in good hands, and has a bright future as the next generation starts to take responsibility and help make our communities better places. “It has been proven that diversion and prevention is far cheaper than incarceration or rehabilitation,” said Rahm Adamedes, Rare Earth Foundation founder following the Youth Summit. “If we are to tackle the social problems in our communities then we need to recognise youth services as essential services and ensure that we have effective youth programs running in all of our communities. “ If you would like to be involved in the Youth Councils or your organisation would like to be part of the solution please contact Rahm on rahm@ref.org. au / 0417 566 329 or for more info visit www.capeyorkyouth.com

Weipa Youth Vision

MAPOON Youth Vision

Weipa is a supportive, caring, and friendly community for young people. We have time to learn, be active and relax everyday. Our community is working together to keep creating our positive, bright, green future.

Harmony, trust, peaceful place, determination, together as one, leadership, happiness, change, hope, drug free, hunting, pride, culture strong, respect, confidence, learning, acceptance, friendship, soul searching, responsibilities.

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In 10 years time, I want to see myself being a community leader, being a role model for the young ones.

The Rare Earth Foundation would like to sincerely thank the following sponsors for their generous support for the 2012 Western Cape York Youth Summit:

Rare Earth Foundation would also like to thank the local businesses for their support: Heritage Resort, Weipa Bakery, Weipa Gourmet Meats, Cairns Laundry & Linen, Western Cape College Page 10 Western Cape Bulletin July 18 2012


WESTERN CAPE YORK YOUTH SUMMIT

COMMUNITY CALENDAR Got an event coming up? Send us an email detailing the event name, date, time and location to: office@westerncapebulletin.com.au and we’ll include it in the Community Calendar at no charge!

NAPRANUM Youth Vision

AURUKUN Youth Vision

JULY

Aurukun is a happy community where people are Alcohol and drug free and have meaningful work. Our culture and language is strong. Our community is connected to our country and traditions. Young people are strong and active and have the respect of the community. Local people run the businesses and activities and we grow our own food. We have strong families raising strong kids. Aurukun is a place of peace and pride.

Napranum is a place where young people are listened to and respected. We want Napranum to be a safe place with dedicated areas where young people can have fun, and learn about the language and culture in our community.

Thursday 19

WTA monthly meeting at Council Chambers 8.30am

Saturday 21

Weipa Community Markets opposite the Squash Courts 7am-2pm.

Friday 27

C h i l l i B e a c h cl e a n - u p . Commencing at 9am at the northern end of the beach followed by a barbecue for the volunteers at 1pm.

Saturday 28

Children’s Spectacular, 10-11.30am, Weipa Kindy grounds, Hibberd Dr. $5 per child, under-2 free.

Saturday 28

Tuesday 31

Wine By The Sea Circus Spectacular. Gates open at 6pm, Weipa Kindy grounds, Hibberd Dr. Tickets on sale at the Community Centre or the Kindy. Everyone welcome. Open community forum with DIAC, Serco and Minister’s Council on Asylum Seekers and Detention. 7pm at the Weipa Town Authority chambers. AUGUST

We get to say what we want for our community

Wednesday 1

Red Hatters (over and under 50’s by a tad or two or maybe a few). Meet - Weipa Bowls Club 7.30pm phone Queenie 4069 9866 for more information.

Thursday 2

WTA monthly optional additional meeting at Council Chambers 8am

Saturday 4

Weipa Community Markets opposite the Squash Courts 7am-2pm.

Thursday 9

Weipa RSL Sub Branch montly meeting 7pm at Shop 1 Memorial Square. Guests and new members welcome contact Neil Dickinson 0428 985 108.

Saturday 11 & Weipa Bowls Club men’s Sunday 12 classic Friday 17

WTA monthly meeting at Council Chambers 8.30am

Saturday 18

Weipa Community Markets opposite the Squash Courts 7am-2pm. SEPTEMBER

This experience has taught me I can make a difference

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I’d like to be a coach an d teach other kids to build their confid ence.

Saturday 1

Weipa Community Markets opposite the Squash Courts 7am-2pm.

Wednesday 5

Red Hatters (over and under 50’s by a tad or two or maybe a few). Meet - Weipa Bowls Club 7.30pm phone Queenie 4069 9866 for more information.

Western Cape Bulletin July 18, 2012 Page 11


REAL ESTATE

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P.O.A. Includes everything needed for car & boat wash business plus residence, for caretaker or to rent.

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TELEVISION GUIDE

THURSDAY 19

5:30 Eggheads 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:30 Business Today 10:00 Children’s Programs 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 The Casebook Of Sherlock Holmes 1:30 At The Movies 2:00 Country House Rescue 3:00 Children’s Programs 4:55 BTN Daily 5:00 Eggheads 5:30 As Time Goes By 6:00 River Cottage: Spring 6:50 Minuscule: The Ladybug 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:00 Photo Finish: Photojournalism 8:30 Silk 9:30 Inside Incredible Athletes: A one-hour documentary that will profile and literally take a look inside the bodies of six extraordinary British Paralympians including: David Clarke, Steve Brown, Liz Johnson, Lee Pearson, Jonnie Peacock and Stefanie Reid. 10:25 Lateline 11:05 The Business 11:30 Kokoda: Part 1: The Invasion - A two-part documentary which tells the true story of the brutal World War II military campaign fought between Australia and Japan in the green hell of the mountains of Papua New Guinea. 12:25 The Clinic 1:20 Silk 2:30 Football: WAFL

6:00 Today 9:00 Mornings 11:00 National Morning News 12:00 The Ellen Degeneres Show 1:00 Danoz Direct 2:00 Days Of Our Lives 3:00 Extra 3:30 Hi-5 4:00 Pyramid 4:30 National Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 National News 6:30 A Current Affair 7:00 The Big Bang Theory: The Pants Alternative - Sheldon’s friends come to his aid when his fear of public speaking stands between him and a coveted award. 7:30 The Big Bang Theory: The Wheaton Recurrence - A fight between Leonard and Penny threatens their relationship, while Sheldon battles Wil Wheaton in bowling. 8:00 Hamish & Andy’s Euro Gap Year 9:00 The Big Bang Theory: The Spaghetti Catalysis 9:30 The Footy Show 11:15 The AFL Footy Show 1:00 Extra 1:30 Danoz Direct 3:00 Newstyle Direct 3:30 Good Morning America 5:00 National Early Morning News / 5:30 Today

6:00 Sunrise 9:00 The Morning Show 11:30 Seven Morning News 12:00 Movie: “An American Affair” (M v,s) 2:00 Dr Oz 3:00 Border Patrol 3:30 All For Kids 4:00 Match It 4:30 Seven News At 4.30 5:00 The Price Is Right 5:30 Deal Or No Deal 6:00 Seven News 6:30 Today Tonight 7:00 Home & Away - Brax prepares for a deal. Danny gets closer to Ruby, concerning Casey. Mel threatens to reveal Harvey’s dark secret. 7:30 Better Homes And Gardens 9:00 TBA 10:00 Grey’s Anatomy: Moment Of Truth - Sparks fly between Catherine and Richard when they bump into each other at the hotel. Bailey intervenes after Owen and Teddy get into a heated argument about their young car crash patient and Mark tries to recruit Lexie for one of his cases. 11:00 Private Practice 12:00 House Calls To The Rescue 1:00 Infomercials 3:00 Home Shopping 4:00 NBC Today 5:00 Sunrise Extra / 5:30 Seven Early News

5.00 Weatherwatch and Music 5:05 World News 7:30 Tour De France 2012 Daily Update 8:05 World News 1:30 William Shatner’s Weird Or What? 1:30 William Shatner’s Weird or What? 2:30 If Only 3:00 Letters And Numbers 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Global Village: The Tumba Francesca 6:00 Tour De France 2012 Daily Highlights 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Food Safari: English - Without roast beef, pork pies and rollmops, empires would never have been made. Maeve O’Meara explores the intricacies and etiquette of English food from a perfect afternoon tea to good old fish and chips. 8:00 Island Feast with Peter Kuruvita 8:30 Heston’s Feasts: Ultimate Feast- Tonight, Heston picks his favourite dishes from his first series of Feasts, including meat fruit, a mesmerising mock turtle soup, an ejaculating cake and an edible monster known as cockentrice. 9:30 World News Australia 10:00 Tour de France 2012 Live: Stage 17 - Bagnères-de-Luchon to Peyragudes (144 km mountain stage). 2:00 Weatherwatch Overnight

FRIDAY 20

5:30 Eggheads 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:30 Business Today 10:00 Children’s Programs 11:00 Photo Finish 11:30 One Plus One 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 Young @ Heart 1:30 In Conversation With Virginia Trioli: Sir Ian McKellan 2:00 Children’s Programs 5:00 Eggheads 5:30 As Time Goes By 6:00 Grand Designs: Chesterfield 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 QLD 8:00 Shaun Micallef’s MAD AS HELL - Adam Hills chats to Mannie the Clown, cricketing legend Andy Caddick and international superstar Ben Vereen. 8:30 Silent Witness: Fear Part 1 - Leo visits his old friend from college at his psychiatric care centre. A young girl patient is found dead in her bed. Despite the coroner’s verdict Delaney is not convinced and asks Leo to investigate. 9:30 Taggart: I.O.U - A man with huge gambling debts is found stabbed to death. 10:15 Lateline 10:55 Penn And Teller: Fool Us - Penn and Teller throw down the gauntlet to four more aspiring magicians - illusionist and Circus Duo, High Jinx; street magician, Jon Allen; illusionist, Daniel Massey; and mind reader and mentalist, Graham Jolley. 11:40 Rage (MA l,d,h,n,s,v)

6:00 Today 9:00 Mornings 11:00 National Morning News 12:00 The Ellen Degeneres Show 1:00 Danoz Direct 2:00 Days Of Our Lives 3:00 Extra 3:30 Hi-5 4:00 Pyramid 4:30 National Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 National News 6:30 A Current Affair 7:00 The Big Bang Theory: The Plimpton Stimulation 7:30 Friday Night Football: Gold Coast Titans v Brisbane Broncos 9:30 Friday Night Football: Manly Sea Eagles v Canterbury Bulldogs 11:30 Movie: “Every Which Way But Loose” (M s,l,v) - Clint Eastwood stars as an easygoing trucker with a loyal primate companion and a talent for fighting-which earns him money on the side as well as more than a few enemies-while he roams the American Southwest in search of the woman he loves. 1:40 Movie: “Sum Of Existence” (Ma h,a,l,v) - Liz Murphy is a normal, vivacious teen, who was brutally assaulted by a stranger and left to die. Unable to deal with the assault, her parents enlist the help of Dr. Juliet King, who uses a new therapy to cure Liz. Two months later, Liz seems fine, with no recollection of the assault, but all around her, the people are still coming to terms with it. 3:20 Nine Presents: Il Divo 3:30 Danoz Direct / 4:30 Good Morning America

6:00 Sunrise 9:00 The Morning Show 11:30 Seven Morning News 12:00 Movie: “Charlie Wilson’s War”- The story of a Texas congressman’s covert dealings in Afghanistan, where his efforts to assist rebels had long-reaching effects. (M) 2:30 Dr Oz 3:30 All For Kids 4:00 Match It 4:30 Seven News at 4.30 5:00 The Price Is Right 5:30 Deal Or No Deal 6:00 Seven News 6:30 Today Tonight 7:00 Home And Away: Sid throws a pre-exams party at Angelo’s, Casey and Ruby’s closeness upsets Sasha and Sid warns Romeo to stay away from Indi. 7:30 2012 AFL Premiership Season Round 17: Geelong vs Essendon 11:00 Movie: “Parenthood” (M a,s) - Follows the lives of American family, the Buckmans, and the laughs, struggles and surprises they share while trying to raise their children and deal with their relatives. 1:40 Special: Travel Fantasy - Greg Grainger takes viewers on the ultimate round-world trip, from the canals of Venice to a flight on board the Concorde with Lauren Bacall. 2:35 Room For Improvement 3:00 Infomercials 4:00 NBC Today

5:00 Weatherwatch and Music 5:05 World News 7:30 Tour De France 2012 Daily Update 8:05 World News 1:30 The Virtual Revolution: Homo Interneticus? 2:30 Here Comes The Neighbourhood 3:00 Letters And Numbers 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Global Village: Yoga, Little Warrior 6:00 Tour De France 2012 Daily Hightlights 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 South American Journey with Jonathan Dimbleby: Brazil - Jonathan Dimbleby embarks on a 9000-kilometre journey through Brazil, the continent’s largest country and home to 190 million people. Nowhere is evidence of the economic boom in South America more apparent, but Jonathan finds the road to riches is paved with dilemmas for both Brazil and the wider world. 8:30 Paper Dolls: Australian Pinups of World War 2 - A delightful film about the women whose 1940’s swimsuit photos lifted the spirits of a nation at war. 9:30 World News Australia 10.00 Tour De France 2012 Live: Stage 18 - Blagnac to Brive-laGaillarde (215 km flat stage) 2:00 Weatherwatch Overnight

SATURDAY 21

4:00 Rage (MA) 5:00 Rage (PG) 6:00 Rage (G) 10:00 Rage Guest Programmer (PG) 11:00 Spicks And Specks 11:30 7.30 QLD 12:00 Race To London 12:30 Australian Story 1:00 Collectors: Umbrellas 1:30 Eggheads 2:00 Penn And Teller: Fool Us 2:45 Big Ideas Sampler: Wired For Culture: Mark Pagel 3:00 Movie: “Saint Joan” (PG) 5:00 The Wonder Years: Coda 5:25 Walk On The Wild Side 5:55 Nigel Slater’s Simple Cooking: Born And Bred 6:23 Audrey’s Kitchen: Homey Lemon Chicken With Cous Cous 6:30 Gardening Australia 7:00 ABC News 7:30 Death In Paradise - Carnival comes to Saint-Marie. Richard sees the dark side of show business when a comeback concert ends in the most public of murders. 8:30 Kidnap And Ransom 9:20 Hustle 10:20 United States Of Tara: Explosive Diorama 10:45 Whites - Roland is feeling lost without Bib, who is planning his new life in Australia. The White House staff prepare their acts for the talent show - will Caroline finally let her hair down? 11:15 Rage Guest Programmer (MA a,l,d,h,n,s,v.)

6:00 Team Umizoomi 6:30 Dora The Explorer 7:00 Weekend Today - Saturday 9:00 Danoz Direct 10:00 Joanna Lumley’s Nile 11:00 Children’s Programs 2:30 Jamie Durie Present’s G’Day Cirque Du Soleil 3:30 Crusoe 4:00 Getaway’s European Tour 4:30 Discover Downunder 5:00 National News - First At Five 5:30 4WD TV 6:00 National News Saturday 6:30 Australia’s Funniest Home Videos 7:40 TBA 8:40 TBA 23:40 Movie: “Enough”(AV v,a,l,s) Waitress “Slim” finds her life transformed when she marries wealthy contractor, Mitch. However, her dream is shattered when she discovers her husband is anything but perfect and his abusive behaviour forces her to go on the run from an increasingly obsessive Mitch. 1:45 Movie: “Eulogy”(M v,l,a) - When three generations of a dysfunctional family gather in Rhode Island to bury the family patriarch, old feuds quickly erupt and their secrets are revealed - one sibling is a porn actor while another is a lesbian. 3:30 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo 4:05 Danoz Direct 5:30 Wesley Impact

6:00 Stitch! 6:30 Handy Manny 7:00 Weekend Sunrise 9:00 The Morning Show - Weekends 10:00 The Woodlies 10:30 Castaway 11:30 Master Raindrop 12:00 V8 Xtra 12:30 Australia Smashes Guinness World Records 1:00 Movie: “The Aristocats” 3:00 Outsourced 3:30 2012 AFL Premiership Season: Rnd 17: Adelaide vs West Coast 6:30 Border Security - Customs dig up a treasure chest of trouble and officers discover a mystery box which outdates this country. 7:00 2012 AFL Premiership Season: Rnd 17: Melbourne vs Port Adelaide 11:00 Movie: “Derailed” (M) - Charles Schine and Lucinda Harris have noticed each other on the commuter train before. One morning, their conversation leads to a flirtation which turns into an evening drink and then, before either one can stop it, a passionate one-night stand erupts. Then, suddenly a stranger explodes into their lives, threatening to expose their secret and lures them into a terrifying game. 1:15 Movie: “Hey Hey Its Esther Blueburger” (M) - Esther’s quest to fit in begins when she escapes her Bat Mitzvah and meets the unconventional Sunni and her mother, Mary. 3:30 It Is Written Oceania 4:00 Home Shopping 5:00 Beyond Tomorrow

5:00 Weatherwatch & Music 5:05 World News 7:30 Tour De France 2012 Daily Update 8:05 World News 1:00 Magic Flute 3:40 The Nobel Prize in Literature 2010 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Kill Arman: Japan/ Kendo 6:00 Tour De France 2012 Highlights 6:30 World News Australia 7:35 Massive Moves: Floating Fortress - Teams of engineers and truckers face some daunting challenges as they transport monstrous structures that were never meant to leave their foundations. 8:00 Massive Moves: River Rescue 8:30 RocKwiz - This week a little bit of Tamworth comes to the Gershwin Room as the feisty McClymont sisters, Brooke, Mollie and Sam, sing together, and then take turns to sit behind the buzzer. 9:30 RocKwiz - Tonight, musician/songwriter Don McGlashan joins fellow Kiwi Jenny Morris in the Gershwin Room. It seems only natural that they bring the curtain down with a Crowded House number. 10:00 Tour De France 2012 Live: Bonneval to Chartres (53.5 km individual time trial). 2:00 Weatherwatch Overnight

SUNDAY 22

SBS

4:00 Rage (MA) 5:00 Rage (PG) 6:00 Rage (G) 6:30 Children’s Programs 9:00 Insiders 10:00 Inside Business 10:30 Offsiders 11:00 Asia Pacific Focus 11:30 Songs Of Praise: Christians In The Arts 12:00 Landline 1:00 Gardening Australia 1:30 At The Movies: Short Cuts 1:40 Death In Paradise 2:45 Opera Australia: Lakme 5:00 Nature’s Great Events: The Great Melt 5:55 Antiques Master 6:25 Audrey’s Kitchen: Aromatic Lamb Shank Stew 6:30 Compass: Bishop Undercover: Part 2 7:00 ABC News 7:30 Grand Designs Revisited: Lake District 8:15 Dream Build 8:30 Wallander: The Fifth Woman 10:00 Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell 10:30 Race To London 11:00 Movie: “Come Back To The Five And Dime, Jimmy Dean...” (CC) - On the twentieth anniversary of James Dean’s tragic death a half-dozen women reunite in the Woolworth’s five-anddime store in Texas to celebrate the memory of James Dean. 12:45 Movie: “The Golden Bowl” (PG) - A rich widower and his daughter both marry, only to discover their respective mates are entangled with one another in romantic intrigue, seduction and deceit. 2:55 Rage

6:00 GIO Schoolboy Cup 7:00 Weekend Today 10:00 Wide World Of Sports 11:00 Sunday Footy Show 12:00 Generation Snow 1:00 Road To London 1:30 Broncos Insider 2:00 2012 Intrust Super Cup: Round 18: Redcliffe Dolphins V Wynnum Manly Seagulls 4:00 Sunday Football: Penrith Panthers Vs Sydney Roosters 6:00 National News Sunday 6:30 TBA 7:30 60 Minutes - 60 Minutes is Australia’s leading current affairs programme, with a proven record of excellence over three decades. Television’s top reporters - Liz Hayes, Liam Bartlett, Michael Usher, Allison Langdon and Charles Wooley - investigate, analyse and uncover the issues affecting all Australians. 8:30 TBA 11:30 Flashpoint: Backwards Day - A married couple have been trying to get pregnant for eight years and it’s taken its toll. 12:00 What Would You Do? 1:00 Spyforce 2:00 Skippy, The Bush Kangaroo 2:30 Danoz Direct 3:30 Newstyle Direct 4:00 Goodmorning America - Sunday 5:00 National Early Morning News / 5:30 Today

6:00 Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil 6:30 Jake and The Never Land Pirates 7:00 Weekend Sunrise 10:00 AFL Game Day 11:30 Footy Flashbacks 1:00 Queensland Weekender 2:00 Movie: “Tru Confessions” (2002) 4:00 Great South East 4:30 2012 AFL Premiership Season Rnd 17: Fremantle Vs GWS 7:30 TBA 8:30 Downton Abbey - Christmas 1919. Downton Abbey is hosting a lavish Christmas party,yet despite being the season of goodwill, tensions are rife and Bates’s arrest has cast a shadow over the festivities. 10:35 Castle: A Death In The Family - Castle and Beckett investigate the murder of a missing plastic surgeon. 11:35 Serial Killers: Suffolk Strangler 12:35 Sons and Daughters: David’s discovery of who really paid off his truck has tragic consequences. 1:00 House Calls To The Rescue: Johanna Griggs unleashes her new team of experts to rescue home owners from their DIY disasters. The team rescue a gardener who took out a swimming pool and created a titanic disaster. 2:00 Home Shopping 3:00 NBC Today 4:00 NBC Meet The Press 5:00 Sunrise Extra / 5:30 Seven Early News

5:00 World News 5:30 World News 7:30 Tour De France 2012 Daily Update 8:00 Maltese News 8:30 PopAsia 10:30 Football Asia 11:00 Les Murray’s Football Feature 12:00 FIFA Futbol Mundial 12:30 Speedweek 2:30 Al Jazeera News 3:30 The Polio Crusade 4:30 Salam Cafe 5:00 Cycling Central 6:00 Tour De France 2012 Daily Highlights 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Lost Worlds: A History of Ancient Britain: Orkney’s Stone Age Temple - Neil Oliver explores a newly-discovered 5,000-year-old temple on the Orkney Islands. Built 500 years before the iconic monument of Stonehenge, the temple is opening new windows onto the beliefs of Neolithic people, turning the map of ancient Britain upside down. 8.30 Inside Nature’s Giants: Camel - The experts head deep into the Australian outback to explore the ultimate desert survivor. Veterinary surgeon Mark Evans and anatomist Joy Reidenberg brave the baking desert heat to dissect a camel. 9.30 Bigger, Better, Faster, Stronger: Shower 10:00 Tour De France 2012 Live: Stage 20 - Rambouillet to Paris Champs-Élysées (130 km flat stage). 2:00 Weatherwatch Overnight

MONDAY 23

7 CENTRAL

4:00 The New Inventors 4:30 Collectors 5:00 Gardening Australia 5:30 Catalyst 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:30 Business Today 10:00 Children’s Programs 11:00 Landline 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 Rivers And Life 1:30 The New Inventors 2:00 Antiques Master 2:30 Jennfier Byrne Presents 3:00 Children’s Programs 5:00 Eggheads 5:30 As Time Goes By 6:00 Grand Designs: Brighton 6:50 Miniscule: Homeless 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:00 Australian Story 8:30 Four Corners 9:20 Media Watch 9:35 Q & A 10:35 Lateline 11:10 The Business 11:35 Wire In The Blood: The Dead Land 1:10 Movie: “I’ll Get You For This” (PG) - A well-known American gambler is framed for murdering a US Treasury agent. He manages to escape, but he eventually decides to return to prove his innocence. 2:30 Rage 3:30 Rugby Union: Shute Shield

6:00 Today 9:00 Mornings 11:00 National Morning News 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1:00 Danoz Direct 2:00 Days Of Our Lives 3:00 Extra 3:30 Hi-5 4:00 Pyramid 4:30 National Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 National News 6:30 A Current Affair 7:00 The Voice U.S.: The Battles, Week 2 - The battle round continues with the coaches pitting their team members against one another. 9:00 TBA 11:00 Two And A Half Men: A Jock Strap In Hell - Discovering Miss Pasternak, Jake’s former 5th grade teacher, turned to stripping after her fling with Charlie, he tries to help turn her life around. 11:30 Super Rugby Extra Time 12:30 The British Open Golf: Highlights - Wide World Of Sports presents highlights from the history rich British Open Golf from Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club. 1:30 Extra 2:00 Danoz Direct 3:00 Newstyle Direct 3:30 Good Morning America 5:00 National Early Morning News / 5:30 Today

6:00 Sunrise 9:00 The Morning Show 11:30 Seven Morning News 12:00 Movie: “A Little Thing Called Murder” (M) 2:00 Dr Oz 3:00 Border Patrol 3:30 All For Kids 4:00 Match It 4:30 Seven News At 4:30 5:00 The Price Is Right 5:30 Deal Or No Deal 6:00 Seven News 6:30 Today Tonight 7:00 Home And Away 7:30 The Amazing Race Australia 8:30 Revenge: Rockoning - In the must see season finale, Emily fearlessly pushes forward, closing in on the final phases of her plan for revenge while trying to figure out how to deal with her growing feelings for Jack. 9:30 Body Of Proof: Identity - When two young girls are in a tragic car accident, one is left in a critical condition and the other is found dead at the scene. 10:30 TBA 11:30 30 Rock 12:00 Sons And Daughters 1:00 Infomercials 3:00 Home Shopping 3:30 Hot Auctions 4:00 NBC Today 5:00 Sunrise Extra / 5:30 Seven Early News

5:00 Weatherwatch and Music 5:05 World News 7:30 Tour De France 2012 Daily Update 8:05 World News 1:30 Costa’s Garden Odyssey 2:00 Law And Disorder: Going Public 3:00 Letters And Numbers 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 5:00 PopAsia 5:30 Global Village: The Quest for the Gongs 6:00 Tour De France 2012 Daily Highlights 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Mythbusters: Duel Dilemmas 8:30 Man vs Wild: Behind the Wild - This episode provides a rare glimpse of life behind the scenes in Man vs. Wild. 9:30 Shameless - A charity night at the Jockey ends in disaster when Shane steals Tilly’s wheelchair, leading to a public outcry and throwing the Maguire family business into chaos. 10:30 World News Australia 10:00 Tour De France 2012 Live: Stage 15 - Samatan to Pau (160 km flat stage). 11:00 The World Game 12:30 SOS: Bike Race 1:35 Entourage: Welcome To The Jungle 2:10 Entourage: The First Cut Is The Deepest 2:45 Weatherwatch Overnight

TUESDAY 24

IMPARJA

5:30 Eggheads 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:30 Business Today 10:00 Behind The News 10:25 The Prime Ministers’ National Treasures 10:30 Australia’s Prime Ministers 11:00 My Place 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 Q&A 1:30 Compass 2:00 Grand Designs 3:00 Children’s Programs 5:00 Eggheads 5:30 As Time Goes By 6:00 Time Team 6:50 Miniscule: Out Of A Tin Can 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:00 Race To London 8:30 Foreign Correspondent Presents: Globesity 9:30 Artscape: Margaret Olley: A Life In Paint - Margaret Olley painted every day of her life. A year since her death, the act of painting is the subject of this new documentary on Olley because when all is said and done that was her ‘raison d’être’. 10:25 Lateline 11:00 The Business 11:30 Four Corners 12:15 Media Watch 12:30 Britain From Above: Man Made Britain 1:30 Super Sleuths: Midsomer Murders 2:30 Football: VFL: Coburg vs North Ballarat

6:00 Today 9:00 Mornings 11:00 National Morning News 12:00 The Ellen Degeneres Show 1:00 Danoz Direct 2:00 Days Of Our Lives 3:00 Extra 3:30 Hi-5 4:00 Pyramid 4:30 National Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 National News 6:30 A Current Affair 7:00 The Voice U.S.: The Battles, Week 3 9:00 The Big Bang Theory: The Adhesive Duck Deficiency - With Leonard, Howard and Raj away camping in the desert, an injured Penny has only Sheldon to rely on. 9:30 Episodes: (*Season Final*) - After a night to remember – and bitterly regret - Beverly returns home to find her husband waiting with open arms. She desperately hopes to put this ugly chapter behind them. The dreadful Pucks! pilot wraps and Sean and Beverly prepare to return to London. 10:00 Survivor: One World: Perception Is Not Always Reality 10:30 Survivor: One World: Survivor: One World Reunion 12:50 Nine Presents 1:00 Extra 1:30 Danoz Direct 3:00 Newstyle Direct 3:30 Good Morning America 5:00 National Early Morning News

6:00 Sunrise 9:00 The Morning Show 11:30 Seven Morning News 12:00 Movie: “Witch Hunt” (M) 2:00 Dr Oz 3:00 Border Patrol 3:30 All For Kids 4.00 Match It 4:30 Seven News At 4.30 5:00 The Price Is Right 5:30 Deal Or No Deal 6:00 Seven News 6:30 Today Tonight 7:00 Home And Away - Indi leaves Romeo waiting for her, Heath realises Danny hasn’t changed and Casey plays double-agent. Meanwhile, Gina sets up Jett only to realise she was wrong. 7:30 Once Upon A Time 8:30 Winners And Losers: “A Day In The Life” Jenny’s commitment to the band and her uni sees her immersed into a new world, with little time for Callum or the girls. 9:30 World’s Strictest Parents 10:30 Fairly Legal 11:30 Police Under Fire: In The Line Of Duty 12:30 Sons And Daughters 1:00 Infomercials 3:00 Home Shopping 4:00 NBC Today 5:00 Sunrise Extra / 5:30 Seven Early News

5:00 Weatherwatch & Music 5:05 World News 1:00 Costa’s Garden Odyssey 1:30 Movie: “The Wedding Day” 3:00 Letters and Numbers 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Global Village: The Quest for the Gongs 6:00 Barbados at the Races 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Who Do You Think You Are?: Chris Moyles 8:30 Insight 9:30 Dateline: Olympics Special - In this special episode, Yalda Hakim presents Dateline live from London in the lead up to the opening ceremony of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games. Journalist Evan Williams examines the corporatisation of the Olympics, and takes a closer look at the drastic security measures being taken to deliver a safe and secure Games. 10:30 World News Australia 11:05 Movie: “What No One Knows” - (M vl,) In Swedish. In this political thriller, a young woman is found drowned on a winter night by the sea. The woman’s brother, Thomas, discovers that her death is connected to their now-deceased father and his work in military intelligence. 12:50 The Lost Room: The Eye and the Occupant 2:25 Weatherwatch Overnight

WEDNESDAY 25

ABC

5:30 Eggheads 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:30 Business Today 10:00 Count Us In 10:15 Maths Shorts 10:20 Being Me 10:40 My Great Big Adventure 11:00 Big Ideas 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 National Press Club Address 1:30 Can We Help? 2:00 The Real Anne Lister 3:00 Children’s Programs 5:00 Eggheads 5:30 As Time Goes By 6:00 Country House Rescue: Hill Place 6:50 Miniscule: The Winter Of Our Discontent 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:00 QI: Engineering 8:30 Gruen Sweat 9:15 Randling 9:45 Life’s Too Short - Warwick attends a charity event in the hope of hanging out with celebrities. However, in trying to impress Sting he ends up spending more than he can afford. 10:15 At The Movies: Rachel Griffiths In Conversation 10:45 Lateline 11:20 The Business 11:45 The Librarians: Just Returned 12:40 Movie: “Bucket Of Blood” - A waiter accidentally kills his landlady’s cat. In a frantic attempt to hide the body, he covers it in clay and the resulting ‘sculpture’ is considered an artistic triumph by the Bohemian crowd. 1:50 Songs Of Praise: Third Age Of Spirituality 2:30 Football: SANFL: Round 17 - Port Adelaide v Central District

6:30 Today 9:00 Mornings 11:00 National Morning News 12:00 The Ellen Degeneres Show 1:00 Danoz Direct 2:00 Days Of Our lives 3:00 Extra 3:30 Hi-5 4:00 Pyramid 4:30 National Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 National News 6:30 A Current Affair 7:00 The Voice U.S.: Final Battles 9:00 The Mentalist: Ring Around The Rosie 10:00 Tricky Business: (*Season Final*) - Matt’s day turns dangerous when he tries to repossess a car from an underworld boss; Kate receives a death threat from an unlikely source; Rick has a breakthrough in the hunt to reclaim his lost $100,000 & Jim learns a lesson in being a better father and husband. Rick risks everything to repay his debts to Kate and Jim; Matt makes a fateful decision for the sake of Kate’s happiness & Jim and Claire’s paths collide when they take separate action to help salvage Lily’s university career. 12:00 Eclipse 12:30 20/20 1:30 Danoz Direct 3:00 Newstyle Direct 3:30 Good Morning America 5:00 National Early Morning News 5:30 Today

6:00 Sunrise 9:00 The Morning Show 11:30 Seven Morning News 12:00 Movie: “Confined” 2:00 Dr Oz 3:00 Border Patrol 3:30 All For Kids 4:00 Match It 4:30 Seven News at 4.30 5:00 The Price Is Right 5:30 Deal Or No Deal 6:00 Seven News 6:30 Today Tonight 7:00 Home And Away 7:30 Australia’s Got Talent: Grand Final 9:00 Mrs Brown’s Boys: “Mammy’s Miracle” Agnes Brown thinks everyone is going mad. Father Quinn is losing his faith as fast as he loses parishioners. 10:10 TBA 11:10 Mystery 360 12:10 Sons And Daughters: Joe sees through Tony’s game and makes threats against him and the future starts to look bleak for Stephen. 1:00 Infomercials 3:00 Home Shopping 3:30 Hot Auctions 4:00 NBC Today 5:00 Sunrise Extra 5:30 Seven Early News

5:00 Weatherwatch and Music 5:05 World News 1:00 Insight 2:00 Dateline: Olympics Special 3:00 Letters And Numbers 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Global Village: The Last Bedu of Petra & Wadi Rum 6:00 Barbados At The Races 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Wildest Africa: Ngorongoro: Born of Fire 8:35 Bear Grylls’ Wild Weekend: Bear’s Wild Weekend with Jonathan Ross - Adventurer Bear Grylls helps Jonathan Ross to discover his inner Tarzan on a once-in-a-lifetime expedition to the magnificent rainforests on the volcanic island of La Palma. 9:30 Cutting Edge: Murdoch’s Scandal 10:30 World News Australia 11:05 Movie: “The Banquet” (MA v) In Mandarin. Set in the 10th century at the fall of the Tang Dynasty and based loosely on Shakespeare’s Hamlet. When Emperor Li’s brother kills him, usurps his throne and marries the empress, the late emperor’s son, Wu Luan, returns to avenge his father. 1:20 Inspector Rex: The Beginning: Last Stop Vienna 2:55 Weatherwatch Overnight

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PUZZLES

CROSSWORD No. 107

SUDOKU No. 107

Your Lucky CANCER (June 22nd - July 23rd) You may be feeling a little bit “hemmed in” emotionally at the moment. You need more room to develop other interests. Work on developing yourself personally. Romance. A person who has been admiring you for some time will suddenly pluck up enough courage to talk to you. It may surprise you who notices you from afar!

LEO (July 24th - August 23rd) A meeting with a stranger may last much longer than you expect. Don’t try to brush them off: this person may have a surprise in store for you! Romance. If other people don’t take you seriously there could be trouble this week. Avoid getting angry and don’t let your feelings become too intense.

VIRGO (August 24th - September 23rd)

FOR KIDS

You will find the need this week to charge ahead despite people who want to hold you back. Put your recent burst of energy to good use and don’t worry about those who can’t keep up. Romance. Your partner will be quick to say how much they appreciate you. Be grateful for their support and be sure to reciprocate their gesture.

LIBRA (September 24th - October 23rd) A very long conversion with a friend could leave you exhausted. While you may want to hear how they are getting on, you will not have enough patience to listen to all the details. Romance. A new romance may start to liven up a bit. You will still need to be very patient, however. It will pay off in the end if you give it some time.

SCORPIO (October 24th - November 22nd) Try not to become too jealous about something which a friend of yours has bought recently. You will soon have something even more impressive yourself! Romance. Some romantic changes will be coming into your life. Apart from one change, these will be important improvements. It will take some time to get used to your new circumstances.

SAGITTARIUS (November 23rd - December 21st) Make sure that you don’t get involved in a situation which could be difficult to get out of. Avoiding getting entangled in the first place: it will save you a lot of trouble. Romance. A person whom you met recently may have a stronger hold on you than you think. This bond is worth examining more deeply.

FINDWORD No. 107 A LAUGH WITH LOTSA

CAPRICORN (December 22nd - January 20th) Your ability to be flexible will help you to pull through. A change in plan may work out much better than you anticipate. Inflexibility will only hurt you this week. Romance. Your partner will be in a suspiciously good mood this week. Try to find out why! You will have to dig deep: things may not be as they seem.

AQUARIUS (January 21st - February 19th) A personal remark may seem a little overthe-top. Try to find out what your friend thought they would achieve by making it. However, confrontation could create more problems than it solves. Romance. Your partner will appreciate your confident mood. Be careful though: they will not be the only one who notices.

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PISCES (February 20th - March 20th) Don’t let other people impact you with a defeatist attitude. Try to brush off their comments and keep a positive attitude. Someone important will take notice if you do. Romance. You may find it a little heavy-going at times. However, your determination and strong will will be enough to see you through.

ARIES (March 21st - April 20th) A recent boost to your career will give you the chance to focus on your future finances. Keep an eye on your investments: the situation will soon become much clearer. Romance. Make sure that you don’t miss an exciting opportunity. Take the initiative: you won’t regret it if you are the one to take the first step.

TAURUS (April 21st - May 21st)

QUOTE OF THE DAY Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light. – Helen Keller Page 14 Western Cape Bulletin July 18, 2012

SOLUTIONS No. 107

You should be in top form at the moment. You will have no problem winning an argument with your superior logic. Don’t let it go to your head! Romance. Despite pressure to the contrary, you may want to keep a recent friendship on a purely platonic level. It may be a good idea to keep things the way they are.

GEMINI (May 22nd - June 21st) You have not been told the whole story about recent events. You may need to delve a little deeper beneath the surface to find out what’s really going on. Romance. You will be surprised how quickly your relationship with an old friend warms up. Don’t be afraid to step out and take a chance.


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ing premiers, the wingless Sea Eagles. My team, the mighty Cowboys were too classy for the Storm, while the Tigers easily accounted for the Panthers with no prowl. Sunday afternoon footy produced a cracker of a game between the Dragons and Sharks down in cold Wollongong, with the Dragons winning in the dying stages to keep their season alive. The Titans also experienced some cold weather in the nation’s capital at Canberra with the Gold Coast boys too sharp for the Raiders in slippery conditions. Monday nights game saw the Rabbitohs hop away from the Roosters with no crow in the dying minutes. The Northern Pride and Souths Logan travelled to Mt Isa for their Queensland Cup game and taking the game to a regional area was a great success. Neither team let the big crowd

Scotty’s AFL round-up

Well management celebrated another year in the business this week, and once again I excelled in my underwhelming preparation, and failed miserably in delivering any sort of decent birthday bash. I mean what does she expect? A present? A cake? A card? No. None of the above forthcoming. You would think I’d learn the lesson after the last couple of birthdays have come and gone and seen me end up sleeping in the dog house for a few days thereafter. I have to remind myself that if i order something online two days prior to the event it won’t be seen in the Weipa GPO until closer to Christmas. But yet, I do not have a memory like an elephant, and each year I run around the house, much like a gold fish swims around in the tank, surprised at every turn at what I find, and run into the same old rock that sits in the way. It gives me no comfort this week to think that many, if not all, of the wives in Weipa are reading this and Page 16 Western Cape Bulletin

nodding saying “its so true, why don’t they learn?” Fact is ladies, we will never learn. There is a small part of our brain that has mutated over the years, and the theory of evolution has seen fit to positively select only those members of the male species that just can’t remember birthdays. And those rare ones that do in fact remember don’t know what on earth to do with the information. So for those of you that saw me at woolies at 5.30 on Monday afternoon with the kids in tow, smiling politely at all and sundry and carrying an arm full of candles, cupcakes and randomly selected birthday cards, looking like I was lost…you were right. I was lost. It has to be said though, its amazing how many credit points you can win back if you play the cards right with the kids and bumble through with them in charge of the situation. The random card comes up a treat with a bit of well placed grade 1 writing scribbled all over it. July 18, 2012

PTS

PTS TOTAL

7

92

Peter Miller

5

90

Beaver

5

89

Shaz

4

89

lewyntahlia

5

88

Viking Wench

5

88

cameron miller

4

88

Ange20

5

87

Bubzy79

5

87

Karyn Clark

5

87

FRI, JULY 20

Sea Eagles v Bulldogs @ Brookvale Oval Titans v Broncos @ Skilled Park SAT, JULY 21 Eels v Storm @ Parramatta Stadium Warriors v Knights @ Mt Smart Stadium Rabbitohs v Dragons @ ANZ Stadium SUN, JULY 22 Sharks v Raiders @ Toyota Stadium Panthers v Roosters @ Centrebet Stadium MON, JULY 23 Cowboys v Wests Tigers @ Dairy Farmers Stadium

Cowboy force too strong for mighty Storm What a turbulent round of NRL and some of the results would of had our budding tipsters staring into the wilderness and scratching their heads. Jonathon Thurston and Kane Linnett of the Cowboys certainly turned on some champagne footy to glide past the mighty Storm in style. With no Billy Slater, due to a knee injury, the Cowboys certainly did outclass the Storm boys and are just warming to the task of entering the top four. Round 19 results was a round for the unexpected. On fantastic Friday night footy the Broncos and Warriors played a thriller with the Broncos holding out a very fast finishing Warriors to win in the final minutes. The Bulldogs extended their winning streak to seven games by outclassing the hapless Eels. The upsets started on Saturday with the Knights handing out a footballing lesson to the reign-

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down with some thrilling footy. and the Northern Pride won the game with a penalty goal after the full-time siren. Also in Mt Isa following the Q Cup game there was a very special match held with a Cape United team taking on a Queensland Outback side. Let me just say it was very entertaining, with some blockbusting hits and magical individual tries to these

talented country footballers. The Queensland Outback team won the game but the Cape boys should very proud of themselves, and I’m sure in the future the results will turn around. Spilla’s round 20 tips: Sea Eagles, Broncos, Storm, Warriors, Rabbitohs, Sharks, Panthers and Cowboys. Yours in league Spilla

Spilla’s supporters of the week The mighty Nothern Pride boys celebrating their historic win in Mt Isa Send your favourite footy photos to Spilla at c.miller@qrl.com.au

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B

P

Storm

TEAM

12

5

2

28

Bulldogs

12

5

2

28

Broncos

11

6

2

26

Rabbitohs

11

6

2

26

Sharks

10

6

2

25

Cowboys

10

7

2

24

Sea Eagles

10

7

2

24

Wests Tigers

9

8

2

22

Warriors

8

9

2

20

Dragons

8

9

2

20

Titans

7

10

2

18

Knights

7

10

2

18

com.au

Raiders

7

10

2

18

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Roosters

6

10

2

17

Supporter of the Month

Panthers

4

13

2

12

Eels

3

14

2

10

or to the Bully at editor@westerncapebulletin.

prize!

ROUND 17 – Fri, JULY 20 - Sun, JULY 22

FRI, JULY 20 Geelong v Essendon @ Etihad Stadium SAT, JULY 21 Collingwood v Hawthorn @ MCG Adelaide v West Coast @ AAMI Stadium Gold Coast v Brisbane @ Metricon Stadium Western Bulldogs v Carlton @ Etihad Stadium Melbourne v Port Adelaide @ TIO Stadium SUN, JULY 22 Sydney v St Kilda @ SCG Richmond v North Melbourne @ MCG Fremantle v GWS @ Patersons Stadium

The gammon finger bun with a candle in it brings a smile to the face when handed over by a grinning three-year old. And even the over cooked steamed vegies get the tick of approval for birthday dinner when the kids eagerly mop up all their dinner in anticipation of a packet of lollies for dessert. All’s well that ends well. Speaking of ending well, how about those Suns? You could not have written the script better if you tried. Look out Remember the Titans, I reckon Here Comes the Suns with a bit of Beatles as the sound track will be the next big thing out of Hollywood. I don’t know who they’d get to play Karmichael, but they could get Ricky Nixon to play all of the Tigers players at once - he’d probably do a better job of getting out of trouble than they have done lately... anyway, i digress. The footy was pretty good, the Cats are gone and I’d better get used to it. The Swans surprised me with how well they are travelling. Now there’s still a while to go before the business

TOP 10 TIPPERS

end of the season but they are looking the Goodes. The Hawks are the other team for me. I just can’t see the Pies hitting September with enough in them to win it this year. Geez I hope I’m right. The rest of the teams are just going and nothing to write home about. Honky Nuts has kicked away to a three-shot lead at the top but is being eagerly chased down by a pack of hungry tippers. Viking Wench is one to watch as she has moved steadily up the rungs in recent weeks tipping consistently at the top. Not bad for a league girl! I had a shocker last week so I hope none of you out there in reader land are following my advice. My advice would be not to. This week I’ll go the Bombers, Hawks in a ripper, Eagles, Lions, Dogs to put an end to Carlton’s season, Port, Swans, North and the Dockers. I hope you are all fit and well and chat next week. Maca

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PTS TOTAL

Honky Nuts

6

104

MightofStkilda

6

101

Sophie Smith

6

101

Tom Bellinger

7

101

maccas09

6

100

Joe Buckley

6

100

lewyntahlia

6

99

mini

7

99

Viking Wench

7

99

rehny

7

98

TOP 10 TIPPERS

AFL LADDER TEAM Sydney Adelaide Collingwood Hawthorn West Coast Essendon Geelong St Kilda North Melbourne Fremantle Richmond Carlton Brisbane Western Bulldogs Port Adelaide Melbourne Gold Coast GWS

W 12 12 12 11 11 11 9 8 8 8 7 7 6 5 4 2 1 1

L 3 3 3 4 4 4 6 7 7 7 8 8 9 10 11 13 14 14

B 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

P 48 48 48 44 44 44 36 32 32 32 28 28 24 20 16 8 4 4


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PCYC officers are ready to kick goals Alf Wilson story

INDIGENOUS Sports and Recreation Officers from PCYC around Cape York and Far North Queensland recently attended a conference in Cairns. Held late last month, the PCYC Indigenous Sport and Recreation Officers Program conducted their first ICSROP Conference to discuss the Indigenous Community Sport and Recreation officers program in the remote locations. Those in attendance included John Tabuai from Mapoon, Harry Mooka (Pormpuraaw), Michael Morris (Kowanyama), Darryl Lighting (Mossman), Daly Ambrym (Yarrabah), Katrina Rapson (Normanton), Douglas Huen (Coen), and Deanne Macumboy (Lockhart River). “This program has been managed by PCYC for the past three years. The sport and recreation officers have been battling it hard considering that the program is only funded purely for salaries but they have been able to form partnerships with

other stakeholders in their communities to gain a greater outcome for the benefit of their relevant communities,” said Cairns-based Sarah Addo the PCYC ICS&RO Program Operations Manager. “At the conference we were able to discuss what worked, what didn’t work and how we can improve so there would be a way forward. “All sport and recreation officers had their issues and concerns to table but besides that they were able to share good news story of success stories each delivered a power point presentation to demonstrate that success,” Ms Addo said. The conference incorporated training so that sport and recreation officers were advised on the importance of policy and procedures governing their employment and their role as the community sport and recreation officer. “Overall it was a success with PCYC funding being extended to September 30, 2012 and the sport and recreation officers are ready to kick as many goals that they can in this period,” Ms Addo said.

Douglas Huen (Coen), Harry Mooka (Pormpuraaw), John Tabuai (Mapoon), Dale Ambrym (Yarrabah), Michael Morris (Kowanyama), front: Sarah Addo, left with Katrina Rapson (Normanton) at the Cairns PCYC conference.

Weipa soccer games resume WEIPA Soccer Club enjoyed their first games back after the school holiday break with a good turn out in the younger divisions. Senior sports carnival this week claimed a few older players with sore ankles and legs. Soccer now breaks for two weeks with the next games being August 4. Thank you to the refereess and parent helpers who make the games possible with their support and enthusiasm. Squirt Parents – your help with the teams as game leaders is very much appreciated and is needed to run games that the young kids can truly enjoy. C o a c h i n g f o r Te e n s , Titans and Senior Titans is on Mondays at 5pm. Coaching for Squirts and Tykes is Wednesdays 3.30pm. It is important that all players arrive 20 minutes before the start of their game to allow for full teams to be played. Please assemble at the P&C shed. Squirts Gold & Navy V

White & Navy Good footwork from Tai with success at the goal. Toby, Lincoln, Jacob and Ethan played well and showed immense enthusiasm. Tykes Green v Gold A scratch match with lots of player and a high level of frivolity and excitement, and a high level of stress for Ref Jenny - well done and thank you. A great game enjoyed by all. Teens Green v Gold Gold was unstoppable in the first half with Chelsea, Sammy, Bryson and new player Jarvis taking a 12-0 lead. Gold goalie Coby did a great job of keeping the score lower with some amazing catches and stops. Gold continued to impress in the second half with the final score a huge 19-2. Special mention to Coby and the Green Team who tried their best and never stopped smiling. Teens Blue v Red Blues attack was faultless in the first half with some

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Tykes Scratch match was full of action and fun. Photo: Denis Sullivan.

Coby tried to beat Sammy to the ball. Photo: Denis Sullivan.

Kyle and Mathew take on the Red team. Photo: Denis Sullivan.

great moves by Kyle and impressive goal stops by Raysh. Red team worked well as a team with some great hustles and defence. Blue took the early lead of 3-2. Second half saw Blue

continue with their good form with Kyle taking the Blue score to 5 goals. Millie and Travis both scored awesome goals for Red. The final score 5 to Blue and Red 4. Well done Blue team.

Jaylen shows his skills. Photo: Denis Sullivan.

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Kowanyama and Lockhart River set the Cape Cluster pace ROUND one of the Albatross Bay Resort Cape Cluster Competition kicked off in front of a very large crowd in Weipa. The results of the 1st round show how close every team is, and I think any team can win, it’s just who performs the best on the day. Kowanyama have continued their unbeaten run but some good form from Coen, Lockhart River and Natives will provide some very stiff opposition I must say Raiders, Aurukun and Pormpuraaw have really improved and it will go down to the very last game to see who makes the top four.

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The next round will take place at Coen on August 4. Each team plays two games each round, with the top four progressing through the finals. I want to say a big thank you to our Major Sponsors in the Albatross Bay and Resort and the Coen Exchange Hotel for their total support and generosity. Round 1 - Lockhart River 18 – Raiders 16, Coen 22 – Natives 20, Kowanyama 42 – Pormpuraaw 18, Lockhart River 26 – Coen 24, Kowanyama 28 – Raiders 20, Pormpuraaw 32 – Aurukun 18, Natives 50 – Aurukun 0.

Anthony Hoad and Ben West get into some three-wheeled action at the Weipa speedway.

– Spilla

ALBATROSS BAY RESORT CAPE CLUSTER COMPETITION 2012 TEAM

FOR

AGAINST

%

POINTS

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70

38

+32

4

Lockhart River

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40

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Natives

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22

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46

46

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44

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32

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The KT 100 heavies: Troy Batterham, Mick Brooker and Justin Hyytinen.

Mick Brooker crosses the finish line in the KT100 Heavy division.

There was plenty of fast-paced action in the junior dirt kart races during the Enzed Hose Doctor Top End Dirt Kart series.

THE third and final round of the Enzed Hose Doctor Top End Dirt Kart series was held on Saturday, June 30 at the Weipa International Raceway, and by all reports it was some of the best racing conducted at the track so far this year. Although numbers were down due to school holidays, the best drivers were on track to provide the entertainment and to keep the spectators happy. At the end of the three race nights, the following champions were crowned:

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Junior dirt karters: Ben Batterham, Tristan Hyytinen, Brandon Waretini, Jasmine Hyytinen and Rachel Brooker.

Kt 100 Mediums – 1st Ben West, 2nd Dan Metcalfe, 3rd Anthony Hoad. Kt 100 Heavy – 1st Troy Batterham, 2nd Michael Brooker, 3rd Chris Pilkington. 125cc – 1st Tony Smith, 2nd Howard Waretini, 3rd Maddison Waretini. Juniors – 1st Rachel Brooker, 2nd Sethryn Smith, 3rd Brandon Waretini. On behalf of all the Weipa Dirt Karters, I would like to thank James (The Enzed Hose Doctor) for his valued support during the Enzed Hose

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This charity novelty event is held to assist in supporting diabetes in our local community. With the Monies raised this year, we will purchase supplies for the Glucose monitoring device that can be used by all Diabetics. The event is encouraging non-golfers to attend as well as golfers. BRING PLENTY OF GOLD COIN!! (as you might be fined on the day) This novelty event will be action packed with fun activities and golf with a twist. There will be raffles and prizes throughout the day and entertainment at night. Page 18 Western Cape Bulletin July 18, 2012

Doctor Top End Dirt Kart Series. Also a big thanks to all of our valued volunteers, you are the heart and soul of our club. Congratulations to all drivers and we look forward to the next meeting which is on July 28 at the Weipa International Raceway, so get your backside trackside! – Derek Photos from round two of the Enzed Hose Doctor Top End Dirt Kart series, by Giembra Busmer

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Wed 25 Time 0334 0816 1536 2129

Ht 1.21 1.98 0.96 2.13

MOON PHASES: â&#x20AC;˘ Full Moon - Aug 2 â&#x20AC;˘ Last Quarter - Aug 10 â&#x20AC;˘ New Moon - Jul 19 â&#x20AC;˘ First Quarter - Jul 26

WEIPA 5-DAY WEATHER FORECAST

  

Mostly Sunny 5 - 6 knots, SSE - SE winds. Chance of rain 5% Min 21C.





Mostly Sunny 4 - 6 knots, SSE - SE winds. Chance of rain 40% Min 21C.

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Late Shower 6 - 8 knots, SSE - SE winds. Chance of rain 50% Min 20C.





Mostly Sunny 6 - 7 knots, SSE - SE winds. Chance of rain 5% Min 19C.



 

Mostly Sunny 6 - 8 knots, SSE - ESE winds. Chance of rain 5% Min 20C.



DATE

MAX

MIN

RAIN mm Airport Weipa

Tues, Jul 10

32.1°

21.4°

0.0

0.0

Wed, Jul 11

31.1°

22.1°

0.0

0.0

Thur, Jul 12

31.3°

23.1°

0.0

0.0

Fri, Jul 13

34.6°

20.9°

0.0

0.0

Sat, Jul 14

32.5°

22.4°

2.0

0.0

Sun, Jul 15

31.0°

23.4°

0.0

0.0

Mon, Jul 16

33.0°

23.1°

1.2

0.0

While the Western Cape Bulletin takes every care to ensure the information contained in the Tide and Weather information is correct, the Western Cape Bulletin accepts no responsibility for itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s accuracy. Information is provided by the Bureau of Meteorology.

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Learn the art of fly fishing at Peter Morse casting school PETER Morse the presenter of the fly fishing program and video series Wildfish will be in Weipa on the weekend of July 28 and 29 and will be conducting a flyfishing school at the Merluna Place park, Trunding starting at 8am on July 28. Peter has written a number of must have books for fly fishers including Fly Fishing Fundamentals and is Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best-known fly fishing writer, with a number of books and hundreds of articles to his credit. He is also a master casting instructor accredited by the World Fly Fishing Organisation and holds fly casting schools all over Australia, so if you have ever thought about giving fly fishing a go this is the best time to give it a try. The aim of the two-day program is twofold: 1. To have participants casting a lot better than they could at the beginning of the day and to leave the participants feeling much more confident about being able to go fly fishing successfully. 2. To leave participants with some capacity to analyse their own casting, and their friendâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s casting when things go wrong. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There will be lots of casting. Casting is at the heart of fly fishing, if you canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t cast a fly youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re going to struggle to fly fish,â&#x20AC;? Peter said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Good casting has some ba-

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Alan (Fish) Philliskirk with a recent fly rod capture.

sic and fundamental techniques and we will work on these for most of the day. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We will be discussing in detail leaders, knots and rigs, flies, retrieves and fly lines. These are done during breaks from the casting.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Questions are welcome as well as group discussion.â&#x20AC;? Other special interest casting

segments will be: dealing with the wind, casting heavy flies, and fighting fish on fly rods. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Included in the day will be copies of my DVD Arbor to Fly, which details the knots and rigs I use from attaching the backing to the reel arbor, right through to the fly,â&#x20AC;? Peter said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I will also have copies of my new book A Few Great

Fliesâ&#x20AC;Śand how to fish them on hand for sale at $45 each and Saltwater Fly Fishing Fundamentals for $30 each.â&#x20AC;? Casting day cost is $150 per person. Booking is essential and can be made through Alan Philliskirk on either 4069 9957/ or 0428 699 957 or via email: wildfish1@bigpond.com


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