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Mapoon day of celebration

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By Leanne Day

Her excellency the Governor of Queensland, Ms Penelope Wensley AC and her husband, Mr Stuart McCosker travelled to Mapoon on Monday, May 27, 2013 with an official delegation from the Netherlands for the opening ceremony of the First Contact Memorial near Cullen Point, Mapoon. The unveiling of the memorial on Monday was a significant milestone for local residents and international visitors as it commemorated the first documented visit by Europeans to Australia. When the crew of the Dutch East India Company vessel, Duyfken, sailed to the Cape York Peninsula area in March 1606 they were looking for trade opportunities. This journey was well before the more celebrated voyage of Lieutenant James Cook and his crew aboard the Endeavour in 1770.  continued page 2

Member for Cook David Kempton, Geert Hamilton, Captain Kasper Kuiper, Zoe De Jersey, Her Excellency Mrs Annemieke Ruigrok, Her Excellency Ms Penelope Wensley AC, Mr Fred de Graaf, Mayor of Mapoon Aboriginal Shire Council Peter Guivarra, Geoff Wharton and Western Cape College Mapoon campus students at the official First Contact Memorial opening.

Indigenous ownership formally recognised FOLLOWING the official opening of the First Contact Memorial the Mapoon community continued their day of celebration with the presentation of the Deed of Grant in Trust (DOGIT) to members of seven Mapoon tribes. 1757.7 square kilometres of Aboriginal freehold title land on

the western Cape York Peninsula had been handed over under the Aboriginal Land Act 1991. Title to the land has now been transferred to the Old Mapoon Aboriginal Corporation, the land hand-over part of the Mapoon DOGIT, which was issued on December 5, 1988.

Mapoon Aboriginal Shire Council Mayor Peter Guivarra said the community had taken a big step into the future with the handing over of the DOGIT on Monday. Pictured at left at the DOGIT presentation are: Mrs Delores Nixon, Councillor Polly Smith, Mrs Grace McLachlan, Mrs Harriet Flinders, Mrs Florence Luff and Ms Lotte Luff .

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Mayor of the Mapoon Aboriginal Shire Council, Peter Guivarra said, “Mapoon is a community of about 250 people, many of whose ancestors were living on this same country when the crew of the Duyfken sailed into Port Musgrave more than four centuries ago.” Historian Geoff Wharton, who has a long-standing association with the region said, “It was a privilege to be entrusted with researching and preparing the cultural and historical plaques for the First Contact Memorial on behalf of the Mapoon people, the Netherlands Parliament and the Queensland Government.” The cast bronze plaques that are set in concrete under the aluminium silhouette of the Duyfken are displayed in two

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Looming over September’s elections is the shadow of Queensland richest man Professor Clive Palmer. Clive is proving to be good at looming. It is his only strategy at the moment as he struggles to get his Palmer United Party off the ground and running in time for the elections. He has to establish his party’s credentials, make sure

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parts: on the west side is the cultural and historical information about the Mapoon people and the community; and on the east side is the historical information about the early Dutch voyages and the first contact at Mapoon between Europeans and Indigenous Australians. The perfect Autumn weather attracted a turnout of about 200 people. Buses and 4WD’s lined the entrance to the Cullen Point site. Traditional Owners mingled with the Governor of Queensland, the Ambassador of the Netherlands, Ms Annemieke Ruigrok, the Mayor of the Mapoon Aboriginal Shire Council, Cr Peter Guivarra and many other dignitaries, family and friends. The ceremony, which was held on May 27, was timed to coincide with the start of

listen, and even give him a go at the elections. It is very annoying for Tony and Julia to have someone as smart and successful as Clive looking over their shoulders every day, and they really, really wish the media would stop listening to him. They are caught in a trap of their own making - they have made Australian politics so either-or, so black or white, that they don’t know how to handle an outside opinion. Worse still, the public interest is moving away from Labor-Coalition bitchiness. Instead, the media are seeing little difference between the two

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National Reconciliation Week. This date is significant because the Commonwealth Referendum to recognise Aboriginal people in the Australian Constitution was held on May 27, 1967. Rio Tinto Alcan hosted the Vice-Regal party and the Netherlands delegation at Weipa and provided their transport. Their visit to Mapoon was hosted by the Mapoon Aboriginal Shire Council. It was a day of high activity, people spotting and plenty of photograph taking, but when the sun set that evening the memorial rested quietly in its new home. The stories captured in bronze and the solitary silhouette of the Duyfken set against the glittering backdrop of Port Musgrave can remain a permanent tribute to that first contact.  more photos page10 major parties and are delighting in contrasting their tired old rhetoric with a new and shiny Clive. Would he really make a difference? Who knows for sure, but he cannot be worse than what we have now or are likely to have after the next election. Like him or not, he does have big ideas and he knows how to make them work. Are you busy for the next three years? If not, pull up his web site and you can fill in the application form to be one of his candidates for Canberra. Wouldn’t that be nice - if we had a genuine trail-blazing MP from up here!

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Investigations continuing into detention centre escape WESTERN Cape Chamber of Commerce hopes a breakout by seven Vietnamese asylum seekers from the Scherger RAAF Base Detention Centre last Thursday will not impact on the detention centre’s presence in Weipa on a long-term basis. The Chamber’s Acting President Geoff Bryant said: “The centre represents consistent business for the town.” “This was a one-off incident and hopefully the loopholes will be identified and tied up rather than a knee-jerk shutdown of the facility.” The escape is still under investigation by Australian Federal Police.

The seven escapees have been charged, along with three people who allegedly assisted and communicated with the escaped detainees. In what appears to have been a well-organised operation the asylum seekers fled the detention centre early Thursday morning before boarding a plane to Cairns at the Weipa Airport later that day. They were detained at the popular Cairns night-spot, Gilligans Backpackers. later that evening. Office-in-Charge of Weipa Police Senior Sergeant Brett Jenkins said Australian Federal Police were continuing their investigations and were work-

ing closely with the Department of Immigration and detention centre provider Serco. Weipa Town Authority chairman Peter McCulkin said he had not yet received a formal brief on the breakout, but there were a lot of rumours circulating around the town and in southern press. “This incident is certainly not indicative of the 99.9 per cent of clients currently in the detention centre,” he told the Western Cape Bulletin on Tuesday. “In fact, a local team played a cricket match against some of the clients on Saturday and they were concerned that the escapees actions could affect

the processing of their own visas.” Federal MP Warren Entsch says the escape of seven detainees from Scherger Immigration Detention Centre (SIDC) illustrates the “absolute failure” of the Labor Government’s immigration policy. “It’s clear that they can’t control their borders but they also can’t control the detention centres where they’re putting these people. “This case just illustrates the fact that we’ve got serious issues in regards to immigration and if the situation doesn’t change, it’s going to cost us more and more,” Mr Entsch said.

Decision handed down on asylum seeker death

AN Afghan asylum seeker who died at a Queensland detention centre took his own life, a coronial inquest has found, SBS reports. Meqdad Hussain died at the Scherger Immigration Detention Centre at Weipa on March 17, 2011. A recent inquest delved into whether he died in suspicious circumstances. State Coroner Michael Barnes was also tasked with determining whether Mr Hussain, a 19-year-old Afghan, had been properly assessed for mental health issues. In a decision handed down on Monday, May 27, Mr Barnes found Mr Hussain had taken his own life by hanging himself from his bunk bed. Mr Barnes found Mr Hussain had been properly assessed, found to be a low risk of self-harm and was offered appropriate counselling. Though entries in a notebook found in his room revealed Mr Hussain was in a disturbed mental state, Mr Barnes found authorities could not have been aware of these dark thoughts until after his death. The coroner also found Mr Hussain, who came to Australia on a leaky boat from Indonesia in late 2010, would not have been aware at the time of his death that authorities had rejected his application for refugee status just 24 hours earlier.

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“I conclude Meqdad Hussain died as a result of his own actions, that he intended to end his life and that no other person contributed to his death,” Mr Barnes ruled. On the coroner saying there were no observable signs that should have alerted the Department of Immigration or the company Serco, that operates the detention centre, Hassan Ghulam, Family spokesman and Australian Hazara Council spokesman, told SBS’s Stefan Armbruster: “During the last two weeks of his life he was living on his own and that was a huge sign of depression etc, but that was not paid attention to.”

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Love for Mum, Mothers Day lunch ON Sunday, May 12 at the Weipa Motel and Resort, Mates of Jack hosted the Love for Mum, Mothers Day Lunch in an effort to raise awareness of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and to raise funds for Jack Cal-

laghan Dalla Costa, a 10-year old boy in the Weipa community who fights the degenerating condition every day. The day started with a moving and very touching slide show of Jack, giving those in attendance a glimpse into the heartbreak that is Duchenne. The mood was not somber for long as the

60 guests in attendance were delighted to enjoy a three-course buffet lunch with great raffles and auctions on offer. Mates of Jack would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone in attendance - the love and support that was on display and shown hugely with the raising of auction paddles was overwhelming.

Most of the raffles and auction items were sourced outside of Weipa and Emma Dalla Costa stated that this was to take some of the pressure off the local business and individuals of the community who have such large hearts and continually support Mates of Jack. The pièce de résistance, an autographed

and framed memorabilia of the North Queensland Cowboys went for a well spent $700. There was a Coleman Roxy Camp chair that was hot on the auction line and the bids kept on coming when a ladies old-school white and ocean scene pushbike wheeled out onto stage. Meat trays were a keen favourite and with

steam mops, pamper packs, and a rum kit to satisfy any man, there was something on offer for everyone. With Lynda Gorlick on the microphone and Sharon Hilton giving great demonstrations of the quality of items on auction the day was a sure success with over $6000 raised. The money raised is deposited into an account held with Muscular Dystrophy QLD, and the progress of such fundraising can be checked out at the website everydayhero. com.au/matesofjack This money will be used to help Jack with any equipment or medical expenses that arise during Jack’s fight with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.

Jack’s dad Jason, told us that the businesses and individuals that provided the auction items and raffles prizes were all listed on the everydayhero website and that anyone wishing to make a donation or follow Mates of Jack’s progress should check out the website. The day finished on a high when special guest Jack arrived to personally draw the raffle prizes. The laughs and smiles from all in attendance gave Jack a sense of importance and an opportunity to personally thank those in attendance for their support, and generosity. Mates of Jack

Special guest raffle drawer, Jack Callaghan Dalla Costa with his mum Emma Dalla Costa at the Mother’s Day luncheon.

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WE would just like to express our gratitude to everyone who attended the Kiss MS Goodbye Hawaiian night at the Weipa Motel & Resort last Friday evening. It was great to see everyone get into the Hawaiian theme and get behind such a worthy cause. Thanks to your generosity the auctions raised $2060 for the MS Australia Society. Thank you Billy K for providing the awesome tunes that kept everyone on the dance floor rockin’ and to the auctioneer, the always-entertaining Crazy Pete. Thank you also to our wonderful staff, who made sure the night ran smoothly and was fun for everyone. We would also like to thank those businesses who donated to kindly to the auction and the fundraising: Rydges Tradewinds Cairns, Crazy Pete and Robbie from The Anchorage, Mary Bruno, Sea Swift, Albatross Bay Resort, Weipa Bowls Club and Goodline Weipa. Mary Bruno and Stephen Eyles Managers, Weipa Motel & Resort


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New chair and member appointed to Cape York Health Board A BUSINESSMAN with many years experience on Cape York and in high-level positions has been appointed as the new Chair of the Cape York Hospital and Health Service Board. The appointment of new chair Bob McCarthy, along with the appointment of one new Board member and the reappointment of four others, was announced by Health Minister Lawrence on Friday, May 17. Along with Mr McCarthy, Mr Kevin Quirk also has been newly appointed to the Cape York Board, while current members Thomas Hudson and Angela Jarkiewcz are departing. The remaining four current Board members all have been reappointed. These are Deputy Chair Louise Pearce, Darryl Hill, Tracey Jia, and Associate Professor Ruth Stewart. New chair Bob McCarthy has more than 30 years experience in high-level positions in both the private sector and within the Federal and Queensland governments. These include periods as a member or Chairman of a number of statutory boards and corporations. He is currently an Adjunct Professor of the Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, Chair of the Griffith University Aviation Advisory Board and a Director of Nanum Tawup Pty Ltd. New Board member Kevin Quirk is an experienced nurse with considerable clinical, administra-

The Wrong Book reading THE Hibberd Library was a b u z z l a s t We d n e s d a y morning for the Australiawide simultanenous reading of the children’t story “The Wrong Book”. Library officer Fiona Langsdorf was storyteller for the morning with Weipa Town Authority chief executive officer in charge of awarding prizes to eager “Wrong Book” fans.

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tive and management experience in health services on Cape York over many years, including as a previous employee of Queensland Health. He has broad experience and expertise in many aspects of health care, particularly at the community level, and has worked in remote communities on Cape York for many years. Mr Quirk also has been a successful owner of a nursing agency, which he built into a very successful enterprise supplying staff to rural and remote hospitals and health centres before selling it in 2004. Mr McCarthy said he wanted to pay tribute to deputy chair Louise Pearce, who had been acting as chair since the resignation due to work pressures late last year of inaugural Board chair Scott McMahon. “Louise has done a sterling job of guiding the Board and the hospital and health service over the past few months, including through the recent restructures,’’ he said.

“Thanks to Louise, the other Board members and chief executive Susan Turner and her team, I am taking over a ship that is in very good order and well positioned for the future. “I look forward to working with Louise, as well as our other board members, the executive team, local clinicians and the Cape York community to guide healthcare in this region. “Over the next few weeks, we will also be looking for one further addition to the Cape York HHS Board to bring us up to seven members in total and expand our pool of expertise. “The Board and I will be focussed on patient care, and we must ensure our hospital and health services meet both local priorities and national standards. “We believe that everything is possible with the support of the community, but nothing is possible without that support.’’ Mr McCarthy said the Blueprint for Better Healthcare in Queensland released by Minister Springborg in February had reinforced the importance the Cape York HHS Board already placed on working closely with the community, the Commonwealth, local government, the private sector and other stakeholders to undertake various health initiatives. “Over the next couple of years, we will be looking at different ways of getting the most value out of our health dollar for our communities by working more efficiently with our various partners,’’ he said.

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AS part of the QPS Renewal process and to strategically strengthen police service delivery in remote parts of Queensland, the Commissioner has announced the allocation of two Commissioned Officers to be based at Weipa and Horn Island. The officers are expected to take up their positions from July 1, 2013. Inspector Paul James will manage the Cape Patrol Group, with Inspector David Lacey taking on the Torres Patrol Group. Inspector James has been an operational police officer for most of his career serving in general duties policing, criminal investigation, drug squad and many regional locations. Inspector James was the Officer in Charge of Palm Island for a number of years

and was promoted to the rank of Inspector in 2011 as a Duty Officer at Metropolitan North Region in Brisbane. Inspector James received the Australian Police Medal in 2009 for his service to the people of Queensland. He will supervise the police divisions of Weipa, Aurukun, Kowanyama, Pormpuraaw, Lockhart River and Coen. Inspector Lacey is no stranger to serving in remote parts of Queensland. Inspector Lacey will be based on Horn Island. The Torres patrol group includes the police divisions of Thursday Island, Badu Island, Bamaga (Northern Peninsula Area) and Horn Island. Inspector Lacey has served within the Cairns District including the communities of Kowanyama,

Climate change threatens to wipe out Cape birds A RECENTLY published report has identified that about 100 Australian water birds are likely to face strong challenges or extinction from climate change, many in Cape York. The report recommends key actions to secure and manage vulnerable regions for the future. In the first continental analysis of the effects of climate change on a faunal group, the climate space of 101 Australian terrestrial and inland water bird taxa is likely to be entirely gone by 2085. That is 16 marine taxa have breeding sites that are predicted to be at least 10 per cent less productive than today, and 55 terrestrial taxa are likely to be exposed to more frequent or intense fires. Birds confined to Cape York Peninsula, the Wet Tropics, the Top End of the Northern Territory (particularly the Tiwi Islands), the arid zone, King Island and southern South Australia (particularly Kangaroo Island) are most likely to lose climate space. There was some variation in the predictions of the 18 climate models deployed, but all predicted that the rainforest

avifauna of Cape York Peninsula is likely to face the strongest challenge from climate change, particularly taxa currently confined to the Iron and McIlwraith Ranges. For marine birds, those nesting on Lord Howe and Norfolk Islands, the Great Barrier Reef and the Houtman Abrolhos are likely to face the greatest declines in local marine productivity. Changes in local marine productivity may also affect the endemic terrestrial birds of these islands, for which no climate modelling was possible. A small group of beachnesting and saltmarsh birds may be affected by sea level rise. Many taxa, and particularly seabirds, are potentially highly sensitive to climate change based on a set of ecological and morphological metrics. Small island taxa were most likely to be both exposed and sensitive to climate change, followed by marine and shoreline taxa. While threatened birds were more likely than nonthreatened taxa to be exposed or sensitive to climate change, or both, a substantial proportion was neither.

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IPS Work Start expo a success The Indigenous PathWays Solutions Work Start Team spent week six preparing for their successful expo. The team fundraised to provide catering for the day and local businesses including Mitre 10, Weipa Bakery, Weipa Gourmet Meats and Woolworths were very generous with their sponsorship. The expo day was a resounding success with visits from over 50 guests including lo-

cal traditional owners, Rio Tinto Weipa general manager operations Gareth Manderson and human resources manager Allyson Urquhart, other Rio Tinto leaders, representatives from the Western Cape Trust, and 15 local employers. The IPS Work Start team spent the day participating in interviews to display what they have learnt from the past seven weeks, and to discuss potential job opportunities.

Godfrey Wigness, Colleen Holmes (Trainer), Maurice Burke, Kurtis Gibson, Daniel Bandicootcha, Marion Callope, Anthony Gibson, Selicia Brumby, Dwayne Barkley, Brian Sambo, Leonie Accoom, Nathaniel Barkley, Barbara Bandicootcha and Kathleen Gela (mentor)

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The communications outage last Tuesday presented a unique challenge to the Western Cape Bulletin. The newspaper’s pages are sent electronically to the printer in Townsville on Tuesday afternoons, however with no phones or internet available we were forced to come up with an alternative plan. PDFs of the pages were saved onto a USB stick and rushed to the Weipa airport, just as passengers were boarding the afternoon flight. Passenger Joanie (pictured above) agreed to take the urgent parcel on the flight with her and deliver it to the Cairns Post office, from where it could be transferred to Townsville. As communications were restored relatively quickly “plan B” was not put into action, however it was fantastic to have the offer of assistance from one of our readers to get the Western Cape Bulletin to press.

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POLICE are renewing their appeal for information re g a r d i n g m i s s i n g West Australian man, Martin Frodsham. Mr Frodsham 44, arrived in Brisbane from West Australia in June 2012 before heading north with the intention of seeking work in the Gladstone area. Following an appeal for information late last year, police have confirmed sightings of Mr

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WHEN we think of what the Lord Jesus gave up in heaven to come down here and how he expressed God’s love through his obedient action, by being flogged and rejected even by those he came to save, let’s pause for a minute and think. If you are not a born-again Christian don’t you think it’s time to accept him into your life as your Lord and Saviour? We may not have taken part in his whipping but our life has certainly shown that we have rejected him and deserve the punishment prepared by God for all who reject his Son, and the time of judgement is not far away now. The Bible promises that all who truly call upon the name of the Lord for safety will receive it. Acts Ch 2 v 21 says, “And then, whoever calls out to the Lord for help will be saved.” Notice it doesn’t say “might be saved” or “perhaps could be saved” but “will be saved!” Praise God! There is a prayer, called the “sinners prayer”, written to help people to give

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been in contact with family since July 2012 which is out of character. Mr Frodsham is described as being of Caucasian appearance, 169cm tall, tanned complexion with brown hair and green eyes. Anyone with information which could assist with this matter should contact Crime Stoppers anonymously via 1800 333 000 or crimestoppers.com.au 24hrs a day.

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their heart (spirit) to Jesus, and it’s said in many different ways. If you do not have someone to help you pray, just find a place where you feel comfortable and say the following; Father God I realise now that I have rebelled against you and have gone my own way. I admit that I am a sinner and I am sorry for my sins and now turn to you asking forgiveness for all my sins. I believe that Jesus died for my sins and I invite him to come into my life to be Lord of my life. I also ask for you to give me the Holy Spirit to help me to live the new life that you have planned for me, and help me grow as a Christian. Thank you Father for your love. Amen. If you have said this prayer with a sincere (fair dinkum) heart, you are now part of the family of God. Welcome! Find a good Church (not a building, but people of God) and go there as often as possible, so that you can be strengthened with fellow believers. How great is the Lords love. Rev Michael Connolly

Public Notice Mine lease closure A section of the mine lease, located south and east of the RAAF Scherger Base, is closed to public access. There is no public access, as shown in the map below, from 8 May until 31 December 2013.

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By Brian Randall State Library of Queensland

Somerset, Cape York

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our y y Tr for s l a loc eal! a D THE former port of Somerset, at the tip of Cape York, was formally established in August 1864, for predominantly strategic reasons related to the protection of shipping as well as trade. By the early 1860s, the Torres Strait had become a vital commercial shipping channel, but despite this channel being well charted by this time, it was still dangerous and ship wrecks were common. As there was no port between Cardwell, some 900 kilometres to the south and Timor, across the Arafura Sea, survivors of shipwrecks had to make long voyages, often in open boats, to reach safety. Queensland’s first governor, Sir George Ferguson Bowen, suggested that a government outpost at the tip of Cape York would alleviate some of the on-going maritime problems and dangers. Such an outpost would act as a harbour of refuge, a supply station and a coaling facility. As well, Bowen argued that the new port could act as a centre for geographic research, as a base to assist missionary activities as well as a staging post for the colonisation of northern Australia, New Guinea and even parts of the Indonesian archipelago. With such grand aims, Bowen’s vision for the new settlement included the hope that it would prosper to the point when it would become a symbol of the prestige and power of Great Britain. On-going shipping tragedies finally tipped the government’s hand and the scheme was approved. The new port was to be known

as Somerset and a site was chosen on the mainland opposite Pabaju (Albany Island), about eight kilometres from the tip of Cape York. Somerset was to act as the administrative centre of the area, including Torres Strait for some thirteen years, until its closure in 1877. During this period its success fluctuated and a range of problems and obstacles hampered the achievement of its original vision. The image above, dating from 1869, shows the main buildings at Somerset, only some five years after it was originally established. Despite some successes, Somerset failed to fully achieve its original aims, and only operated until 1877. What went wrong and why did Somerset only operate for such a relatively short period? There was good support promised at the beginning. Somerset was to operate as a joint imperialcolonial facility with the British government providing a small contingent of marines as well as a naval surgeon. Queensland’s part in the arrangement was to provide nine colonial officers including a police magistrate who would act as the senior officer. John Jardine, previously the Police Magistrate at Rockhampton, was appointed to this position and acted as the Government Resident at the new port. But operations were not to go as planned. A severe financial depression rolled through the economy from 1866 and the Queensland government, no doubt with more pressing issues to deal with, neglected the Somerset outpost.

As well, the British government withdrew its marine contingent in 1867, leaving the settlement weakened and exposed, a real issue in the face of on-going conflict with the local Indigenous peoples. In terms of local issues, the pearl shell industry was also developing at the time and this industry was tending to centre itself at Thursday Island. The anchorage in Albany Passage had long been criticised as being difficult and at times dangerous, which was a further negative for Somerset. But perhaps the final blow for Somerset was that its strategic geographic position was lost when the Queensland Government legislated to extend the colony’s boundary to include all of the islands between the coast and the Barrier Reef. This border change made Thursday Island a far better strategic location for a northern port and settlement. The Government resident was therefore moved from Somerset to Thursday Island and Somerset was closed in 1877. The image below shows John Jardine, the first Government Resident at Somerset.

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How do I apply? Request an application form from the Community Relations department, by either: - phoning the freecall hotline 1800 707 633; - emailing RTAweipafeedback@riotinto.com; or - visiting the Community Relations Building (located behind Weipa Bowls Club).

When can I apply? We accept applications throughout the year. Applications for funding will be reviewed quarterly in March, June, September and December. If you would like to be considered for the June round, please submit your application by 31 May 2013.

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SNAPSHOTS @ Mapoon's First Contact Ceremony

The new entry sign to Mapoon.

Reverend Michelle Cook conducted the Mapoon Aghama Tja’a choir through their songs.

Zoe De Jersey and Auntie Harriet unveil the plaques with Her Excellency Ms Penelope Wensley AC and Mr Fred de Graaf.

Descendance Dance Group led by Ronnie Guivarra.

Flo Payne OAM and Keith Payne VC, OAM with Geoff Wharton at the Mapoon First Contact opening.

Her Excellency Ms Penelope Wensley AC and The Netherlands Ambassador Ms Annemieke Ruigrok with elders after the memorial opening.

Mapoon Mayor Peter Guivarra being presented with a painting of the Duyfken.

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The Desendance Dance Company performed Ceremonial dances.

Her Excellency Ms Penelope Wensley AC adressed the children of the Western Cape College Mapoon Campus.

Her Excellency Ms Penelope Wensley AC being presented artwork by Tjungundji artist Diane Nicholls.

Mr McCosker having a cuppa break.

A very happy young man at Mapoon First Contact Day.

Baressa adressing Her Excellency Ms Penelope Wensley AC with Elders and children listening on.

The Deed of Grant of the Mapoon Land was presented to the Mapoon people on the day.

Private Marda Pitt 51st Battalion introduced her young friend to Her Excellency Ms Penelope Wensley AC.


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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! JUNE

Stretch learning the art.

Steven and Mary receiove a $500 cheque from Goodline for MS from Billy K and Tania.

Monday 3

Rural Fire Brigade training 1830 - 2030hrs at Fire and Rescue Base.

Thursday 6

WTA monthly optional meeting at Council Chambers 8am

Friday 7 to Sunday 9

The 8th Annual Weipa Fishing Classic is on this weekend due to the reversal of the Queens Birthday Public Holiday.

Saturday 15

Weipa Community Markets in the park opposite the Squash Courts.

Monday 17

Rural Fire Brigade training 1830 - 2030hrs at Fire and Rescue Base.

Monday 17

Red Hatters dinner at the Golf Club at 7pm.

Friday 21

WTA monthly meeting at Council Chambers 8.30am

Gordie a bit more proficient than Stretch.

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Braden put on the pre entertainment in the carpark with his firee sticks.

Gilbert and Slav enjoyed the night.

Hawaiian Tracey came theme dressed.

Monday 8

Rural Fire Brigade training 1830 - 2030hrs at Fire and Rescue Base.

Thursday 11

WTA monthly optional meeting at Council Chambers 8am

Friday 12 to Monday 15

Weipa Dirt Kart club will be holding the first AIDKA Queensland State Titles at Weipa Combined Raceway.

Saturday 13

Western Cape NAIDOC Steering Commitee’s DEADLY’S BALL 6pm at the Western Cape Cultural Centre.

Saturday 20

Weipa Community Markets in the park opposite the Squash Courts.

Monday 22

Rural Fire Brigade training 1830 - 2030hrs at Fire and Rescue Base.

Friday 26

WTA monthly meeting at Council Chambers 8.30am

Saturday 27

Red Hatters Christmas in July at the Alby. Secret Santa gifts please.

Crazy Pete auctioning off the many items which raised over $2,000 for MS.

Rachel and Fabio lent their support for MS.

Mark and Tania were Hawaii bound.

AUGUST Thursday 8

WTA monthly optional meeting at Council Chambers 8am

Saturday 17

Weipa Community Markets in the park opposite the Squash Courts.

Friday 23

WTA monthly meeting at Council Chambers 8.30am

Friday 23 and Saturday 24

The 14th Annual Weipa Bullride and Cabaret will be held at the Andoom Sports Oval.

SEPTEMBER Thursday 5

WTA monthly optional meeting at Council Chambers 8am

Friday 20

WTA monthly meeting at Council Chambers 8.30am

Weipa Community Markets in the park opposite the Squash Courts. Weipa Community Care opening hours OCTOBER Mon 10 - 4, Tues - Thu 9 - 4, Fri 9 - 1 Western Cape Bulletin May 29, 2013 Page 11 Saturday 21

Kerry and Crazy caught up on the night.

The boys were in the Hawaiian party mode.

Robyn and Geoff were very colourful.


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BRAND NEW modern investment home rented to corporation for 4 + 3 + 3 at $795 per week + annual CPI. 4 bed, 2 bath, built in wardrobes, main with walk in robe. Open plan living areas, split system air conditioning, ceiling fans, tiled, covered patio, double garage, fully fenced with double gate access, 950m2.

$409,000 neg.

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Three Bedroom two Bathroom unit complete with modern fixtures. Split system air conditioning throughout, built in wardrobes, ceiling fans, open plan living areas, undercover entertainment area and tiled flooring. Situated in a quiet complex of 3 with low body corporate fees. Vacant possession, end of February 2013.

Lowset family home on 996m2. 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom, air-conditioned, tiled living areas, carpet in bedrooms, upgraded kitchen with servery, great location, walking distance to school, parks & pool. Rented until November 2013.

$790,000 neg.

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television guide

THURSDAY 30

6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:30 Business Today 10:00 Children’s Programs 11:00 World’s Greenest Homes 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 My Family 1:00 The Genius Of Design 2:00 Parliament Question Time 3:00 Children’s Programs 5:00 Eggheads 5:30 ABC News: Early Edition 6:00 Time Team: Newmarket 6:55 Clarke And Dawe 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:00 The Checkout 8:30 Kirstie’s Vintage Home: Jannine And Shaun 9:20 Stephen Fry: Gadget Man: Fun And Games 9:50 Grumpy Guide To...: Money 10:15 Lateline 10:50 The Business 11:20 On Trial: DNA... DNA - DNA evidence has become one of the most potent weapons in the armoury of law enforcement. 12:10 Parliament Question Time: The House Of Representatives 1:10 The Clinic 2:05 Cheese Slices: Cyprus 2:30 Football: WAFL: Round 10: South Fremantle Vs Claremount 5:30 Cheese Slices

6:00 Today 9:00 Mornings 11:00 National Morning News 12:00 The Ellen Degeneres Show 1:00 Danoz 2:00 The Block Sky High 3:00 National News Now 4:00 Extra 4:30 National Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 National News 6:30 A Current Affair 7:00 The Block Sky High 8:00 The Block Sky High: Unlocked 8:30 The NRL Footy Show 10:30 Arrow: Damaged - Oliver is arrested for murder and demands that Laurel represent him in court. Later, Oliver recalls a confrontation on the island with Deathstroke. 11:30 The AFL Footy Show - The Logie award-winning AFL Footy Show celebrates its 20th season, starring Garry Lyon, James Brayshaw, Sam Newman, Billy Brownless and Shane Crawford. 1:30 Extra 2:00 Danoz 2:30 Brand Developers 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: “Mother, May I Sleep With Danger?” (M vs,a) 2:00 Winners And Losers 3:00 Dr Oz 4:00 Surf Patrol 5:30 Deal Or No Deal 6:00 Seven News 6:30 Today Tonight 7:00 Home And Away - Indi finally lets go of Romeo. Much to Dex’s apprehension, April gets a placement at his hospital. Maddy tries to manipulate Spencer into caring about her. Dex is worried about working with April, but April promises to respect his boundaries at work. 8:00 TBA 9:00 TBA 10:30 TBA 11:30 Man Up!: Letting Go - When the guys learn that Kenny’s car would cost five thousand dollars to fix, Will offers to fix it for him. Unfortunately, Will dismantles the car and then has no idea how to put it back together. 12:00 This Rugged Coast 1:00 Home Shopping 4:00 NBC Today 5:00 Seven Early News / 5:30 Sunrise Extra

5:00 World News 1:00 Food Lovers’ Guide To Australia 1:30 Celtic Thunder: Heritage 2:30 My Family Feast: Argentinean 3:00 France 24 International News 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Global Village: French Coastlines: Dunkirk To Le Harve 6:00 Britain’s Best Drives: The Wye Valley and Forest Of Dean 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Shane Delia’s Spice Journey 8:00 The Little Paris Kitchen 8:35 The Spice Trip: Cambodia: Black Pepper 9:30 One Born Every Minute USA: Graduating Into Parenthood 10:25 World News Australia 11:00 Erotic Tales: The Gas Station 11:35 Erotic Tales: The Gallery - Outside a lingerie shop, a man finds himself the sensual object of a beautiful woman’s desire 12:05 Movie: “Grbavica” (MA l) In Bosnian. A powerful, understated look at post-war Sarajevo with a single mother’s struggle to survive her personal demons and raise a teenage daughter in a city broken and scarred by conflict. 1:45 Weatherwatch Overnight

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6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:30 Business Today 10:00 Children’s Programs 11:30 One Plus One 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 Last Of The Summer Wine 1:00 Poirot 2:00 Bed Of Roses 3:00 Children’s Programs 5:00 Eggheads 5:30 ABC News: Early Edition 6:00 Time Team 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 QLD 8:00 Who’s Been Sleeping In My House?: Doobawah - Adam Ford investigates a house in Queensland that has not only changed its appearance over the years, but also its location. Who built Doobawah? When was it moved and why? And what clues lay buried in the old sepia photos? 8:30 Silent Witness: Legacy (Part 2) - In part two, whilst Nikki and Jack close in on the murderer of the eco-housing project victim, Leo finally finds someone willing to confirm his fear about the mysterious local health hazard. 9:30 Kidnap And Ransom 10:20 Lateline 10:55 Getting On 11:25 Rage

6:00 Today 9:00 Mornings 11:00 National Morning News 12:00 The Ellen Degeneres Show 1:00 Danoz 2:00 The Block Sky High 3:00 National News Now 4:00 Extra 4:30 National Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 National News 6:30 A Current Affair 7:00 TBA 7:30 Friday Night Football: Canterbury Bulldogs Vs St George Illawarra Dragons 10:00 TBA 12:00 Movie: “Cradle 2 The Grave” (AV v,l,s) - Gang leader Tony pulls off a major diamond heist with his crew, but copturned-criminal Ling knows who has the loot and responds by kidnapping Tony’s daughter and holding her for ransom. Unfortunately, Tony’s lost the diamonds and as he frantically searches for his daughter and the jewels, Tony pairs with a high-kicking government agent and seeks revenge on him. 2:30 Spyforce: “The Doctor” (M a,d) 3:30 Extra 4:00 Brand Developers 4:30 Good Morning America

6:00 Sunrise 9:00 The Morning Show 11:30 Seven Morning News 12:00 Movie: “Past Midnight” (M) 2:00 Winners And Losers 3:00 Dr Oz 4:00 Surf Patrol 4:30 Seven News At 4.30 5:30 Deal Or No Deal 6:00 Seven News 6:30 Today Tonight 7:00 Better Homes And Gardens 7:30 2013 AFL Premiership Season: Rnd 10: Brisbane Vs Collingwood 11:00 Movie: “Colour Of Night” (AV v,s,l,a) - When New York psychiatrist Bill Capa visits Los Angeles to take over his murdered colleague’s therapy group, he finds himself embroiled in the thick of a mystery when he bumps into Rosa and begins a torrid affair. Double-identities and death threats abound as he delves deeper into the case to uncover the truth about his friend’s death. 2:00 Desperate Housewives: The Chase - When Celia comes down with the chicken pox, Gaby must keep her distance. 3:00 Home Shopping 4:00 NBC Today

5:00 World News 1:00 Food Lovers’ Guide To Australia 1:30 Don Matteo: The Poisoned Chalice 2:30 Living Black 3:00 France 24 International News 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Global Village: French Coastlines: Dunkirk To Le Havre 6:00 Britain’s Best Drives: The Trossachs 6:30 World News Australia 7:35 Urban Secrets: Newcastle 8:30 Love And Marriage: A 20th Century Romance: 9:35 As It Happened: World War Two: 1941 And The Man Of Steel 10:30 World News Australia 11:05 Movie: “Hardcore” (MAV s,v,a) - In Greek. Leaving behind a hard life with their families, two teenage girls end up in an Athen’s brothel, fall in love and support one another against the adversities and violence of the night. Elements of fantasy and humour mix with a story of heartbreak and the loss of innocence. 12:50 Outrage: Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Kirby Dick delivers a searing indictment of the hypocrisy of closeted politicians who actively campaign against the gay community they covertly belong to. 2:40 Weatherwatch Overnight

SATURDAY 01

6:00 Rage 10:30 Rage: Guest Programmer 11:30 7.30 QLD 12:00 Australian Story 12:30 The Checkout 1:00 Two In The Top End 2:00 Time Team 2:50 At The Movies 3:20 Movie: “Black Narcissus” (G) 5:00 Midsomer Murders: Ghosts Of Christmas Past 6:30 Gardening Australia 7:00 ABC News 7:30 Death In Paradise: On the island to track down buried treasure, a seemingly harmless group of treasure hunters are shocked when geologist Dr Ian Parks is found dead. DI Poole classes the entire group as suspects. 8:30 DCI Banks: Cold Is The Grave - A case terrifyingly close to home as Banks is asked by his boss Chief Superintendent Gerry Rydell to find his missing teenage daughter. 10:00 Adam Hills Tonight: Fresh from hosting his hit UK talk show, The Last Leg, comedian Adam Hills returns for the new season of Adam Hills Tonight - a one hour chat show filled with celebrity guests, clever comedy and live music. 11:00 Rage Guest Programmer 5:00 Rage: New Release Music Videos. For information about rage playlists visit the website: abc.net.au/rage

6:00 Bubble Guppies 6:30 Dora The Explorer 7:00 Weekend Today - Saturday 10:00 Mornings - Saturday 12:00 Danoz 1:00 Snow Australia’s 9 Resorts With Lochie Daddo 1:30 Movie: “Protocol” (PG a) 3:30 Anthony Bourdian: No Reservations: Brazil / Amazon 4:30 Discover Downunder 5:00 4WD TV - 4WD TV covers all of the up to date news, products and events within the diverse Australian and NZ 4WD scene. 5:30 Getaway: Kelly revels in the pristine waters of tropical Palau in Micronesia. Jason finds his dream home in Berry, NSW while Jules explores the Joshua Tree National Park in the U.S.A. and Natalie has an adrenaline pumping adventure in Lake Taupo, NZ. 6:00 National News Saturday 6:30 The Voice 8:30 TBA 10:30 TBA 12:40 Movie: “Acolytes” (AV l,s,a) 2:30 The Baron 3:30 Skippy - The Bush Kangaroo 4:00 Brand Developers 5:00 Life Today With James Robinson / 5:30 Wesley Impact

6:00 Saturday Disney 7:00 Weekend Sunrise 10:00 The Morning Show - Weekend 12:00 Harry’s Practice 12:30 TBA 3:30 AFL Premiership Season: Rnd 10: Adelaide Vs Fremantle 6:30 AFL Premiership Season: Rnd 10: Geelong Vs Gold Coast 7:30 AFL Premiership Season: Rnd 10: Teams TBA 11:00 World’s Wildest Police Videos - Female protestors steal the spotlight with a topless demonstration, a gangland murder trial turns to chaos when the victim’s friends attack the accused in court, and a Motor City car chase ends in a ball of fire. 12:00 Desperate Housewives 12:00 Movie: “Butter” (AV v,l) - When a talented singer’s career takes off, she decides to change record companies - a decision that will change her life forever. 3:00 Harry’s Practice 3:30 It Is Written Oceania 4:00 Home Shopping 5:00 That ‘70s Show: Hey Hey What Can I Do / Bring It On Home - When Red and Kitty withdraw their offer of college tuition, Eric goes to the job fair looking for work. When it is revealed that Jackie has been staying in the basement with Hyde, her parents decide to find her another home.

5:00 Korean News 1:00 San Remo Song Festival 2013 2:50 Viva Las Vegas: The Improbable Rock ‘n’ Roll Life Of Doc Pomus 3:55 Budding Stars of the Paris Opera Ballet: On Stage 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Who Do You Think You Are?: Nicky Campbell 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 James May’s Man Lab 8:30 RocKwiz: Connie Mitchell / Julian Hamilton / Gabrielle Aplin 9:30 Movie: “The Tree” - After the death of her father, an eight-yearold girl becomes convinced that he is whispering to her through the leaves of the gargantuan tree that towers over her house. 11:25 Movie: “The Science Of Sleep” (M l,n,s) - In English and French. Gael García Bernal stars as a shy young FrenchMexican graphic artist who confuses dreams and reality while falling in love with the girl next door. 1:15 Taqwacore: The Birth Of Punk Islam - Three years in the making, this documentary follows the progression of the Muslim Punk scene: from its imaginary inception in a novel written by a white-convert named Michael Muhammad Knight to a fullblown, real-life scene of Muslim punk bands and their fans. 2:20 Weatherwatch Overnight

SUNDAY 02

SBS

6:00 Rage 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: Russell Watson’s Salford 12:00 Landline 1:00 Gardening Australia 1:30 Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook: Sizzling Beef And Salsa 2:00 The History Of Safari With Richard E. Grant 3:00 The Romantics: Eternity 4:00 Metropolis: Bali 4:30 Flights Of Fancy: Shanghai 5:00 Chris Humfrey’s Wild Life 5:30 Deadly 60: Mexico 1 6:00 Antiques Master: Third Semi-Final 6:30 Compass: Stumbling In Hillary’s Footsteps 7:00 ABC News 7:30 Whitlam: The Power And The Passion 8:30 Paper Giants: Magazine Wars 10:00 Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel 11:30 Hidden Treasures With Griff Rhys Jones: Australian Art 12:30 Movie: “The Great Gatsby” (M a,v) - Based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s book this is an opulent story of the idle rich in the 1920s and one man’s devotion to a flirtatious waif. 2:50 Order In The House 4:00 The New Inventors 4:30 Catalyst 5:00 Gardening Australia / 5:30 Antiques Master

6:00 Children’s Programs 7:00 Weekend Today 10:00 Financial Review Sunday 10:30 Wide World Of Sports 11:30 Sunday Footy Show 1:30 Broncos Insider 2:00 2013 Intrust Super Cup 4:00 Imparja’s Sunday Football: Gold Coast Titans Vs North Queensland Cowboys 6:00 National News Sunday 6:30 The Block Sky High 7:30 60 Minutes 8:30 House Husbands: Gemma finally snaps when the pressures of being a busy mother, loving wife, caring boss, dutiful daughter and grieving friend get too much for her. Lewis’s world is rocked when Gemma ends up in a compromising position with her ex-neighbour. Justin leans on Lucy to help with the legal issues arising from Nicola’s death. 9:30 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Fearless 10:30 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Stiff 11:30 The Block Sky High 12:30 What Would You Do? 1:30 Spyforce 2:30 Danoz 3:00 Brand Developers 4:00 Good Morning America - Sunday 5:00 National Early Morning News / 5:30 Today

6:00 Fish Hooks 6:30 Jake And The Never Land Pirates 7:00 Weekend Sunrise 10:00 AFL Game Day 11:30 Wild Boys 1:30 Footy Flashbacks 3:00 2013 AFL Premiership Season Rnd 10: Melbourne Vs Hawthorn 6:00 Seven News 6:30 TBA 7:30 TBA 8:30 A Place To Call Home: That’s Amore - Anna and Gino’s romance continues to blossom as they sneak off to spend time together, even though it’s clear that something about their secret trysts is playing on Gino’s mind. 9:00 TBA 11:30 Fairly Legal: Start Me Up - After her first night of homelessness, Kate wakes up on the office couch to learn that there’s a new case headed her way, courtesy of Justin. 12:30 I Just Want My Pants Back: Never Trust A Moonblower 1:00 This Rugged Coast: Lure Of The Pearl 2:00 Home Shopping 3:00 NBC Today 4:00 NBC Meet The Press 5:00 Sunrise Extra / 5:30 Seven Early News

3:45 Pokal Cup Final: Bayern Munich Vs Stuttgart 6:00 Weatherwatch & Music 6:10 World News 1:00 Al Jazeera News 1:30 Living Black 2:00 Speedweek 4:00 Cycling: National Road Series 2013: Adelaide Tour 4:30 UEFA Champions League Magazine 5:00 Netball: ANZ Championship Highlights 5:30 History Of The FIFA Confederations Cup 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Lost Worlds: A History Of Ancient Britain: Age Of Ancestors - A voyage of discovery through the world of prehistoric Britain with historian Neil Oliver. It’s 4,000 BC and the first farmers arrive from Europe, with seismic consequences for the local huntergatherers. 8:30 The Observer Effect 9:30 The Secret War On Terror 11:10 Movie: “Shadows Of Time” (M a,l) - In Bengali. Follows the love story of Ravi and Masha, spanning 60 years, and beginning when they are children in India sold into labour by their parents. 1:05 Movie: “Tobruk” (MAV v) - In Slovak, Czech and Portuguese. 3:00 Weatherwatch Overnight

MONDAY 03

7 CENTRAL

6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:30 Business Today 10:00 Children’s Programs 11:00 Landline 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 Travel Oz 1:00 Fire Talker: The Life And Times Of Charlie Perkins 2:00 Parliament Question Time 3:00 Children’s Programs 5:00 Eggheads 5:30 ABC News: Early Edition 6:00 Time Team: A Copper Bottomed Dig, Swansea 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 Outcasts: Cass’s past invades his present when a note is found exposing his true identity and Stella and President Tate must deal with a superior hostile life force on Carpathia. 12:35 Monday Monday: Everyone’s shocked to learn that Roger’s resigning and Alyson assumes she’s a shoe-in for the job. 1:25 Parliament Question Time: The House Of Representatives 2:25 Time Team: A Copper Bottomed Dig, Swansea 3:30 Rugby Union: Shute Shield: Round 9 (Split Round):Teams TBA 5:30 Eggheads

6:00 Today 9:00 Mornings 11:00 National Morning News 12:00 The Ellen Degeneres Show 1:00 Danoz 2:00 The Block Sky High 3:00 National News Now 4:00 Extra 4:30 National Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 National News 6:30 A Current Affair 7:00 The Block Sky High 7:30 The Voice 9:30 Major Crimes: Medical Causes 10:30 Person Of Interest: Proteus 11:30 The Block Sky High 12:00 Worst Case Scenario: Road Rage / Panicked Crowd Stampede - Bear is confronted with a road rage incident in a residential neighbourhood and must find help before the situation turns violent. 12:30 The Avengers: Never Say Die 1:30 Extra 2:00 Danoz 2:30 Brand Developers 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: “Rapture” (M a,v) 2:00 Winners And Losers 3:00 Dr Oz 4:00 Surf Patrol 4:30 Seven News 5:30 Deal Or No Deal 6:00 Seven News 6:30 Today Tonight 7:00 Home And Away - Ricky escapes from Adam’s men, leaving Tamara behind. The Braxtons search for Tamara and Ricky. Heath goes to the city to be with Bianca. Indi is understaffed at the gym. Marilyn apologises to John, but he’s not willing to re-start their friendship. 7:30 TBA 8:30 Revenge: Identity 9:30 Grey’s Anatomy: Readiness Is All / Perfect Storm - The doctors of Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital prepare for a super storm heading towards Seattle. 11:30 Private Practice: In Which We Say Goodbye 12:30 Harry’s Practice 1:00 Home Shopping 3:30 Sons And Daughters 4:00 NBC Today 5:00 Sunrise Extra / 5:30 Seven Early News

5:35 World News 1:00 Nana Mouskouri: Live At The Royal Albert Hall 3:00 France 24 International News 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 5:00 Cycling: National Road Series 2013: Adelaide Tour 5:30 Global Village: Remembering the Gulag 6:00 Britain’s Best Drives: Richard Learns To Drive Again 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Mythbusters: Car Chase Chaos - Adam and Jamie are the ‘fast and the curious’ as they test a trio of Hollywood car chase clichés. They want to know if you can really switch drivers, share the driving duties, or dump a dead body in the middle of a highspeed getaway? 8:30 Into The Mind: Broken Brains 9:30 Mad Man: Hands And Knees 10:25 World News Australia 11:00 The Life And Times Of Tim: Angry Unpaid Hooker / Rodney’s Bachelor Party 11:30 TBA 12:00 Shorts On Screen: The Burnt Cork 12:35 Movie: “Death Note: The Last Name” (M v,a) 3:10 Weatherwatch Overnight

TUESDAY 04

IMPARJA

6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:30 Business Today 10:00 Children’s Programs 11:00 Big Ideas 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 Compass 1:00 Q&A 2:00 Parliament Question Time 3:00 Children’s Programs 5:00 Eggheads 5:30 ABC News: Early Edition 6:00 Time Team: The Only Earl Is Essex, Earls Colne 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 QLD Budget Special 8:00 Croc College 8:30 New Tricks: Buried Treasure 9:30 At The Movies 10:00 The Book Club: June 10:30 Lateline 11:05 The Business 11:30 Four Corners 12:20 Media Watch 12:35 Parliament Question Time: The House Of Representatives 1:35 Time Team: The Only Earl Is Essex, Earls Colne 2:30 Football: VFL: Round 8: North Blues Vs Collingwood 5:30 Cheese Slices

6:00 Today 9:00 Mornings 11:00 National Morning News 12:00 The Ellen Degeneres Show 1:00 Danoz 2:00 The Block Sky High 2:30 The New Adventures Of Old Christine 3:00 National News Now 4:00 Extra 4:30 National Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 National News 6:30 A Current Affair 7:00 The Block Sky High 8:00 Celebrity Apprentice: Dirty Laundry Challenge - Mr. Bouris has arranged for each team to run their own launderette where they’ll be dealing with dirty briefs, grubby pants, and filthy shirts…all in the name of charity! 9:30 TBA 11:40 The Block Sky High 12:40 Extra 1:05 Skippy - The Bush Kangaroo 1:35 Danoz Direct 2:00 Brand Developers 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: “McBride” (M v,d,l,n) 2:00 Winners And Losers 3:00 Dr Oz 4:00 Surf Patrol 4:30 Seven News 5:30 Deal Or No Deal 6:00 Seven News 6:30 Today Tonight 7:00 Home And Away - Adam terrorises Ricky and Tamara. Brax lies to Casey, telling him Tamara is safe. Kyle is set up by a photo of him ‘buying’ a gun. Harvey makes a mess of things volunteering at the gym. 7:30 TBA 8:30 Packed To The Rafters: Taking Stock 9:30 Border Security: International 10:00 Travel Unravelled 10:30 Cougar Town 11:00 The Mindy Project 11:30 Happy Endings: She Got Game Night 12:00 Love Bites 1:00 Home Shopping 4:00 NBC Today 5:00 Sunrise Extra 5:30 Seven Early News

5:00 World News 1:00 About Women: The Third Age 2:00 Tropic Of Cancer: Egypt To Oman 3:00 France 24 International News 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Global Village: Namibia: Fauna And Sands 6:00 21st Century Railway 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Who Do You Think You Are? John Hurt 8:30 Venice 24/7 9:00 FIFA World Cup 2014 Qualifier: Japan Vs Australia 11:45 Movie: “Captain Alatriste” (MAV v) Set in the early 17th century when courtly intrigue and corruption precipitated the decline of the Spanish Empire, heroic soldier Captain Diego Alatriste fights for the King of Spain and the heart of the beautiful actress María de Castro. 2:15 Anna Pihl - (M l,v) - Tobias is still missing, and Mikala continues her desperate hunt for him as well as the dealer, K. Through the pusher, Jimmy, she tracks down the lab, where the Kamikaze-pills are manufactured. 3:05 Weatherwatch Overnight

WEDNESDAY 05

ABC

6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:30 Business Today 10:00 Children’s Programs 11:00 Big Ideas 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 National Press Club Address 1:30 At The Movies 2:00 Parliament Question Time 3:00 Children’s Programs 5:00 Eggheads 5:30 ABC News: Early Edition 6:00 Time Team: Secrets Of The Dunes, Kenfig 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:00 QI: Jungles 8:30 Adam Hills Tonight - Fresh from hosting his hit UK talk show, The Last Leg, comedian Adam Hills returns for the new season of Adam Hills Tonight - a one hour chat show filled with celebrity guests, clever comedy and live music. 9:30 Would I Lie To You? 10:00 The Hollowmen: A Time For Talk 10:30 Lateline 11:05 The Business 11:30 Waking The Dead: Substitute (Part 1) 12:25 Parliament Question Time: The House Of Representatives 1:25 Time Team: Secrets Of The Dunes, Kenfig 2:30 Football: SANFL: Round 9: Central District Vs Eagles 5:30 Cheese Slices

6:00 Today 9:00 Mornings 11:00 National Morning News 12:00 The Ellen Degeneres Show 1:00 Danoz 2:00 The Block Sky High 3:00 National News Now 4:00 Extra 4:30 National Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 National News 6:30 A Current Affair 7:00 The Block Sky High 7:30 State Of Origin: New South Wales Vs Queensland: Game 1 10:30 The Block Sky High 11:00 TBA 11:30 Weeds: A Hole In Her Niqab - Nancy seeks gainful employment and sets her sights on a position in the office where Doug has just begun working. Meanwhile, unlucky at love Andy finds himself in a trying romantic entanglement. 12:00 20/20 1:00 Extra 1:30 Danoz 2:00 Brand Developers 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: “The Good Policeman” (M v) 2:00 Winners And Losers 3:00 Dr Oz 4:00 Surf Patrol 4:30 Seven News 5:30 Deal Or No Deal 6:00 Seven News 6:30 Today Tonight 7:00 Home And Away: Maddy is worried about Holly’s infatuation with Zac. Rosie reveals that her foster parents know nothing about her pregnancy. Marilyn asks Harvey to keep an eye on John, but John thinks Harvey’s having relationship troubles. 8:30 Criminal Minds: Poof / Dorado Falls 10:30 Hannibal: Fromage - Will and Jack pursue a murderer who makes instrument strings from the gut of humans. Meanwhile, Will begins to suffer auditory hallucinations, confusing his investigation of the case. 11:30 Inventions That Shook The World 12:30 Harry’s Practice 1:00 Home Shopping 3:30 Sons And Daughters 4:00 NBC Today 5:00 Sunrise Extra 5:30 Seven Early News

5:00 World News 1:00 FIFA World Cup 2014 Qualifier: Japan Vs Australia 3:00 France 24 International News 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Global Village: GSM In Bamako 6:00 21st Century Railway 6:30 World News Australia 7:35 Jimmy’s Forest: Winter 8:30 Can Eating Insects Save The World? 9:35 Borgen: See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil 10:40 World News Australia 11:10 Movie: “Lou” (M l) - In English and French. After her father walks out, 11-year-old Lou retreats from the world and refuses to trust those around her, even her own mother who she blames for the break-up. When her estranged grandfather, who is in the early stages of Alzheimer’s, returns and confuses her for his long departed wife, Lou plays along. 12:40 Movie: “Little Red Flowers” (M l) - In Mandarin. A fouryear-old boy starting at a boarding kindergarten for the first time struggles to fit in to a strictly regimented society in post-revolutionary China. 2:15 Weatherwatch Overnight

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CROSSWORD No. 150

SUDOKU No. 150

Your  Lucky 

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Stars  

GEMINI (May 22nd - June 21st)

A dispute with a friend may start to get out of hand. You are coming from very different directions and may not see eyeto-eye. Romance. A project which you have been working on for a while should suddenly fall into place. Your energy will finally pay off and you’ll have time for your mate.

CANCER (June 22nd - July 23rd)

The Moon/Venus Midpoint moving through your sign should help to cheer you up. Life’s too short! Romance. This will be a good time for meeting new people. One person you come across may be a little unusual, however. Allow them to indulge you with all of their oddities!

LEO (July 24th - August 23rd)

FOR KIDS

Your enthusiasm will not go unnoticed. Don’t be shy about showing your feelings as they will be accepted. Romance. You will meet an attentive person later in the week. Choose your words wisely because they are likely to be judging your every move. You will want to make a good impression.

VIRGO (August 24th - September 23rd)

Your ability to excuse a friend’s recent action will help to bring you closer together. It may be hard at first to understand the situation from their point of view. Romance. You may be a little surprised by some recent comments. Your partner will soon be following your advice, however.

LIBRA (September 24th - October 23rd)

You will be mystified by an unusual dream in the middle of the week. The dream’s message may help you to come to terms with a personal decision. Romance. A conflict between your partner and a friend of yours will finally be resolved. You can finally get back to your old ways!

SCORPIO (October 24th - November 22nd)

FINDWORD No. 150 A LAUGH WITH LOTSA

You may be surprised at how hard your boss is with you this week. They may be taking their frustrations with other workers out on you! Romance. You probably won’t feel like going out this week. Enjoy some much needed time at home. Rent movies, make popcorn and relax!

SAGITTARIUS (November 23rd - December 21st)

You will need to make an important choice this week. The other person involved with this is in a much stronger position than you realise. Romance. Your relationship will benefit from a friend’s advice. Even if you don’t agree, feel confident that they have your best interest in mind.

CAPRICORN (December 22nd - January 20th)

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MUDDY RIVER

You may feel the need for a change or work. Think through this carefully. You don’t want to quit for petty reasons. Romance. Don’t let a disagreement with your partner develop into a power struggle. They may be less responsive to your final cooperation than you might like.

AQUARIUS (January 21st - February 19th)

You will not be in the mood to be messed about this week! It seems most colleagues have been taking advantage of your generosity. Put a stop to this! Romance. Your partner will be much livelier than they have been for some time and you will also be in a very romantic mood.

PISCES (February 20th - March 20th)

A person whom you have just met may be giving off contradictory signals. You will soon work out what they really think of you. Romance. Someone close to you may soon be getting divorced. Your feelings about this may be a little mixed. Be sure to support them during this time.

ARIES (March 21st - April 20th)

QUOTE OF THE DAY

Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything.

– Plato

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SOLUTIONS No. 150

You have done your best to plan your week, but it seems you will need to reschedule a few appointments. Romance. Be careful to separate reality from fantasy. Everything will go well, but will not happen in quite the way you have been expecting. Be flexible and accept this change.

TAURUS (April 21st - May 21st)

A meeting with friends will give you an idea which you must remember to follow up. Regardless of what your friends think, don’t miss this opportunity! Romance. A new relationship will continue to be priority for the next few weeks. Don’t seem too clingy as your partner may not like this.


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Public Notice

Controlled burns programme Please be aware that our controlled burns programme will begin in June, within Weipa and its surrounding areas. These burns are necessary to reduce the risk of uncontrolled wildfires impacting on our community.

Cape York Hospital and Health Service Request for Offer

The controlled burns programme will run until September 2013.

Standing Offer Arrangement: Pharmacy Dose Administration Aid Packaging and associated services.

This year’s planned areas for controlled burns include: - Golf Links Estate surrounds - Weipa Caravan Park surrounds - behind Putts Palms and Weipa Hospital - bush land behind Deplanchea Place - Nanum surrounds - Napranum surrounds.

FNQ00160SOA The Cape York Hospital and Health Service is currently seeking offers from suitably qualified providers for entering into a Standing Offer Arrangement for the supply and delivery of pharmacy dose administration aid packaging, including associated medication packing/filling services. Offer Documentation: Supplied via email upon request.

Teacher Aide Western Cape College Weipa Campus is calling for applications for teacher aides to work with individually case-managed students. Applicants should possess good computer skills and a current driver’s licence. Application packages are available by emailing tbatt37@eq.edu.au. Responses to selection criteria & full resumes should be emailed to tbatt37@eq.edu.au – Attention: Tia Batterham. Applications close on Friday, June 7, 2013 The Commission for Children and Young People Act 2000 requires the preferred applicant to be subject to employment screening. A nonsmoking policy is effective in Queensland Government buildings and office.

FOR SALE

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0416 060 008

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Smoke hazard signs will be placed in the area when burns are conducted.

For more information on this public notice, please call us on our freecall community feedback hotline 1800 707 633.

CLUB NOTICE

ATTENTION: ALL FULL MEMBERS The Club locker room is well overdue for a spring clean. Can you please remove all your belongings by July 14, 2013. If you are having difficulties with making time please contact the Club to make arrangements. You can return your belongings and pay the annual fees as of July 21, 2013. If belongings are not removed by set date we will have no other option but to cut the locks, and all belongings will be removed. Anything that is broken will be taken to the dump. The Carpentaria Golf Club will not be held responsible for any damages that may occur during the cleaning process. We apologise for any inconvenience. Carpentaria Golf Club Committee

Proposed Development Have your say

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At:

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Dredging Notice North Queensland Bulk Ports Corporation (NQBP) will commence maintenance dredging of the South Channel and Inner Harbour between 14th June and 18th July 2013 inclusive. The work will take approximately five weeks to complete. The dredgers, as well as support vessels, have restricted manoeuvring capability so boaties are asked to take note of the displayed warning flags and lights. Local and visiting boaties are asked to take extra care during this time. Dredging at the Port of Weipa needs to be carried out to ensure that safe, navigable shipping depths are maintained. Strict environmental controls and management measures will be implemented throughout the campaign to minimise the risk of any impact on the marine environment. For further information, contact Ben Woodman, Project Engineering Coordinator, on 07 3011 7901 or by email bwoodman@nqbp.com.au. Blaze009557

4 Large bedrooms / 5th bedroom or office downstairs, steel frame construction, spacious kitchen, dining and living area, internal staircase, air conditioned, full size bath and separate shower. Low maintenance gardens, automatic sprinkler system, plenty of storage space downstairs. Contact Leigh Ph 4069 7516 or 0447 774 146.

All controlled burns will be patrolled by the Rio Tinto Alcan Fire and Rescue team and the Queensland Rural Fire Service.

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Comment period: 22/5/2013 to 13/6/2013 Written comments to the assessment manager Assessment manager: Weipa Town Office Post:

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Copies of the full application can be viewed or obtained from the Assessment manager Public Notification Requirement Sustainable Planning Act 2009 Form 5 v 1

Diabetes Support Group meet the first Tuesday of each month at 7.00pm at the Golf Club Contact Tonia 0429 699 300 or Randall 0428 199 248

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AFL TIPPER’S SCOREBOARD PTS

PTS TOTAL

Sheedz

8

63

rehny

7

61

ROUND 9 is complete with all sorts of contro-

maccas09

6

61

versy, upsets and possible season-defining

bomberbrown

7

Clarky

matches in this, the Indigenous round. The Swans opened proceedings on Friday night with a strong victory over the Magpies, however the match was marred by the racial slur to Adam Goodes by a 13-year old girl in the crowd. Most of the away teams got up this weekend. Geelong were too good for Port and West Coast beat the Giants by 100. St Kilda were upset by a lively Bulldogs outfit. In the showpiece match, the

PTS

PTS TOTAL

Craig Hughey

3

64

John Baxter

3

63

STATE of Origin is looming as

rehny

4

63

61

selectors announce teams for

Tommy B

3

63

5

61

game 1!! Can the Blues pull an

Pat80

3

62

Straightdowntheguts

6

60

upset against the Maroons?

Viking Wench

3

61

lewyntahlia

7

60

Round eleven kicked off on

Catchy’s Carnage

2

61

Rocket

6

60

Friday with two close encounters.

bullyrooster

5

61

Piri10

6

60

The Tigers luck changed, with

Rabbits

3

60

Rabbits

6

59

them beating the Cowboys, and

SNAKEINTHEGRASS

3

60

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Dreamtime at the G, Essendon overcame a slow Carlton were forced to fight hard to down the

TEAM

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Hawthorn

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1

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Geelong

8

1

0

32

Lions at the Gabba. This was an important game for In what could be another season defining game, North Melbourne, desperate for a win, were in front the entire match only to have it stolen in the dying seconds by the Crows. One can only wonder if the

the Bulldogs beat the Broncos.

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Storm beat the Roosters in a close

Storm

8

2

0

17

Roosters

8

3

0

16

Sea Eagles

7

3

0

15

Knights

6

5

0

12

Titans

6

5

0

12

Sharks

6

5

0

12

Panthers

5

6

0

10

Broncos

5

6

0

10

Bulldogs

5

6

0

10

Raiders

5

6

0

10

Cowboys

4

7

0

8

Dragons

4

7

0

8

Warriors

3

8

0

6

Eels

3

8

0

6

Wests Tigers

3

8

0

6

Essendon

7

2

0

28

encounter, and the Sea Eagles

Fremantle

6

2

0

26

beat the Raiders.

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finals contention after losing in similar fashion last

West Coast

5

4

0

20

Titans winning comfortably against

Adelaide

5

4

0

20

the Eels, and the Warriors grasped

Carlton

5

4

0

20

a win over the Knights.

dropping these two must-win games in the last

Port Adelaide

5

4

0

20

Monday night’s game was a

minute, may take its toll on them mentally.

Richmond

5

4

0

20

huge upset with the Sharks beat-

Collingwood

5

4

0

20

ing the top of the table Rabbitohs.

Gold Coast

4

5

0

16

Round 12 will be a small round

6000km and probably spent around $30k in travel

North Melbourne

3

6

0

12

with eight teams having a bye

and accommodation costs to score just six goals.

Brisbane

3

6

0

12

leading into Origin 1. This will see

St Kilda

2

7

0

8

only four games being played over

Western Bulldogs

2

7

0

8

the weekend.

really close entertainer against Fremantle. Sydney

Melbourne

1

8

0

4

Friday night has one game

and Essendon could go either way while Geelong

GWS

0

9

0

0

between the Bulldogs and Drag-

This round starts with Friday night footy from the Gabba, where the Lions take on Collingwood. Carlton play GWS and Adelaide should provide a

should have it easier against the Suns. The Western Bulldogs, having won last week, could threaten Port Adelaide who need to consolidate their spot in the top eight after losing four

AFL DRAW ROUND 10

May 24 - 26, home team first FRIDAY, MAY 31 Brisbane v Collingwood

straight. The Hawks should continue their winning streak over the Demons. North Melbourne simply must put disappointment behind them and win this week against struggling St Kilda to keep their finals hopes alive. To complete the round the Tigers fly to Perth to tackle the Eagles in yet another game that should be exciting and close.

My Tips- Collingwood, Carlton, Fremantle, Sydney, Geelong, Port Adelaide, Hawthorn, North Melbourne, West Coast. That’s the wrap! Dallas

SATURDAY, June 1 Carlton v GWS Adelaide v Fremantle Sydney v Essendon Geelong v Gold Coast Western Bulldogs v Port Adelaide SUNDAY, June 2 Melbourne v Hawthorn North Melbourne v St Kilda

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MONDAY, June 3 West Coast v Richmond

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Fremantle flogged the Demons who travelled

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win over the Suns who were leading at half-time.

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The Hawks had to work hard in their four-goal

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Rabbitohs

Sydney

due to their similarly horrific draw, not to mention

TEAM

against the Dragons. Then the

Kangaroos will be able to claw their way back into

the stronger sides but their horror start to the year,

NRL LADDER

the in-form Panthers getting a win

Sunday kicked off with the

week against the Eagles. They certainly are one of

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Super Saturday kicked off with

AFL LADDER

start to defeat Richmond.

both clubs to get their finals chances back intact.

NRL wrap-up with Karl

NRL TIPPER’S SCOREBOARD

ons, and then on Saturday the Rabbitohs play the Knights. Sunday’s game will be an all Queensland affair between the Titans and the Cowboys, and then Monday night’s game between the Broncos and the Warriors will bring the round to a close. ...QUEENSLANDER... Karl’s Tips: Bulldogs, Rabbitohs, Cowboys, Warriors. Yours in footy Karl

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Dirt karts: the hobby effect HAve you ever wondered how a simple hobby can escalate in to a full blown addiction? Well, my wife is wondering the same thing. What started out as just something to do on a Saturday night has now turned in to me having three dirt karts in the shed and two of my sons following in their dad’s racing footsteps. Just like that, it’s magic, I’m addicted and I don’t know how to stop it. So, this is my dilemma, should I go to therapy or go racing when the Weipa Dirt Karts fire into action again this Saturday at the Weipa International raceway? Dirt karts it is, and with the 2013 Queensland Dirt Kart Title

only seven weeks away, racing is the only thing that will satisfy this itch. So this Saturday night, we get busy testing and tuning our pocket-rockets in readiness for the southern invasion. The Weipa stars have put the challenge out to the other Dirt Karters around the country and the scoop is that Western Australia, Northern Territory and the Australian Dirt Karting capital, South Australia have all committed competitors to the 2013 Queensland title. This will be the biggest Dirt Karting event in Australia; the visiting drivers would have never raced in front of a crowd

like Weipa which we hope is vocal and parochial for our local stars. Now, back to the racing this week . . . Danny Metcalfe is back this week after taking time off due to a club official commitment in South Australia. He will be his usual bubbly self and talking about how he will smash everyone on the track, and I think that Westy has also missed him so they can get a little twin action on this Saturday night. Things are really starting to come together for this small dirt karting fraternity and over the next few weeks, you will start to see a lot more static displays conducted by the Weipa Dirt Kart

Dirt karting action is on again this Saturday night at the Weipa speedway.

Club and also a monster raffle with some great prizes donated by the incredible business community of Weipa. So that’s it, another small article this week because soon this town will be flooded with dirt karts

and all the stuff about the 2013 Queensland Title. I hope to see you out at the track on Saturday night and remember, you aren’t dirty until you’ve raced a dirt kart. – Mowlesy

Cape sides compete strongly at FNQ Challenge Alf Wilson story & pics

Northern and Southern Cape sides competed strongly at the Remote Area Rugby League Far North Queensland Challenge in Cairns last weekend. The other sides were Palm Island Barracudas, Bowen and Three Rivers. Torres withdrew in the week leading up to the carnival because of financial considerations. Bowen won last Sunday’s final, beating Palm Island. Southern Cape comprised of players from Kowanyama, Pormpuraaw, Coen and Lockhart River. Northern Cape consisted of players from Aurukun, Napranum, Weipa and Mapoon whilst Three Rivers had footballers from Cooktown, Hopevale and Wujal Wujal. The Bully was at day one of the carnival and saw Northern Cape meet one of the carnival favourites, Palm Island. Under astute coach Karl Adams Northern Cape started confidently in the first of two 25-minute halves at the Mann Street Junior Rugby League grounds. Early tries to Chastyn Bowen and to Eli Tabuai and a conversion by Chris Namok saw Northern Cape bolt to a 10-nil lead after some great work by forwards Garreth Smith and Sireli Vola Vola. Palm hit back to level at 10-all at half-time and when 37 year-old veteran Jason Nixon scored and Chris Namok converted it was 16-10 to Northern Cape. Scores were deadlocked at 16-all with 10 minutes remaining, then Palm ran

away to record a 26-16 victory. In their second game Northern Cape scored an easy win over Three Rivers then lined up against Southern Cape at Barlow Park which was a curtainraiser to the Northern Pride Queensland Intrust Super Cup game. Northern Cape won 28-20 and then on Sunday lost to eventual champions Bowen. Southern Cape Southern Cape coach Dave Kennedy was happy with the efforts of his small side which drew 24-all with Bowen, lost to Northern Cape and Palm Island and scored a handsome win over Three Rivers. “We haven’t had fixtures whilst Palm Island and Bowen are well into their seasons. The boys overall were much smaller than most other sides but made up for that with speed and determination,” Kennedy said. Kennedy rated fiveeighth Stanley David, fullback Fitzroy Lawrence, halfback Elron Lawrence, second rower Cameron Josiah, and utilities Dylan Creek and Chris Johnson as fine performers. The Bully was at the day one draw against Bowen which without a doubt was the most entertaining game of the carnival. Possessing a huge forward pack, Bowen had led 18-6 before Southern Cape

levelled at 18-all late in the second half. A late try to flying outside back Stephen Bally and the conversion saw Southern Cape take a 24-18 lead. But Bowen hit back and the draw was a fitting result. QRL Northern Division Regional Co-ordinator David Maiden said the football was fast and furious. “The communities taking part in the carnival love their footy, and it’s all about bringing communities together and creating pathways for individuals to get to the next level,” Maiden said. “Often roads are cut-off in remote areas of north Queensland, especially during the wet season, so we’re really pleased this carnival provided opportunities for the region’s most talented players to show their skills.” Maiden said it was disappointing no team representing the Torres Strait took part, due to lack of funding. “It’s certainly an issue for our game. We’re trying to provide pathways, but are still hampered by a lack of funding,” he said. All players were accommodated at the Cairns Colonial Club, who are fantastic supporters of rugby league. “This carnival helps create many more opportunities for talented individuals in remote communities,” he said.

FOLLOWING the carnival, a Northern United team was selected to play against Queensland Outback on June 29 in Cairns, as another curtain-raiser to a Pride home game. The Northern Cape players were: Kareem Tabuai, Eli Tabuai (Mapoon), Tim Oberleuter, Garreth Smith And Reece Mclaughlin (Weipa). The Southern Cape players: Stanley David, Fitzroy Lawrence And Dylan Creek.

Northern Cape team and officials at last weekend’s Remote Area Rugby League Far North Queensland Challenge in Cairns.

The Southern Cape team was comprised of players from Kowanyama, Pormpuraaw, Coen and Lockhart River.

Southern Cape players tackle a Bowen opponent.

Northern Cape players Les Hall and Brenton Ludwick.

Western Cape Bulletin May 29, 2013 Page 17


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Weipa swimmers celebrate at presentation evening The Weipa Swimming Club recently held their 2012/13 break-up and presentation evening with a pizza night at the pool. A big thank you goes to the committee members for organising a successful night. Also, this week, Swimming Qld released a list of swimmers that reached a JX (Junior Excellence) standard for the 2012/13 season. Congratulations to the following swimmers: Alissa Koina and Sabrina Koina – silver standard; Tom

McCahon – bronze standard; Ethan King, Kirra Koina, Katelyn McCahon, Josie Millard, Sophie Mohr and Alex-Adel Tyson – green standard. The JX program is for swimmers between 9 – 13 years of age who reach set qualifying times for each standard, ranging from green, bronze, silver and gold standards. The club had nine swimmers reaching a JX standard for the 2012/13 season, which is seven more than last season, so a big thank you goes to the coaches for

Weipa SWimming Club Champion Club champion: Sabrina Koina Runner-up club champion: Alex McInnes Weipa SWimming Club age ChampionS age giRlS boYS 14 years Kirra Koina 13 years Katelyn McCahon Donald Tyson 12 years Sabrina Koina Alex McInnes 11 years Alissa Koina Dane Tyson 10 years Alex-Adel Tyson Tom McCahon 9 years Natalia Nash Landen Proud 8 years Simone Slack Braydon Keough 7 years Lilla McIntyre Riley O’ Sullivan 6 years Ava King 5 years Briarna Wilkinson CoaCheS ChoiCe encouragement awards from Wade and lynette: Bryn Gleeson, Natalia Nash, Takara Ahmat, AlexAdel Tyson encouragement awards from Rosa: Lexii Millard Coaches award from linda: Rachel Brooker, Donald Tyson

their time and effort in leading this recognised improvement in the club swimmer’s performance. Congratulations to coach Lynette Koina for recently completing her Swim Australia Teacher of Competitive Swimming and Bronze Licence Coach courses on the Gold Coast with a fully-funded scholarship from ASCTA and Swimming Australia. The scholarship was through Wendy Ross (Swimming Qld) and Peter Tonkin (SAL) who discovered Lynette through swim meets attended in the FNQ region.

Plenty of excitement during Weipa Soccer Club finals

Darius (number 1 Blue), Wiley, Jamie, Corey and Cody.

Runner-up Alex McInnes with club champion Sabrina Koina.

Corey, Darius, Jayden Grayson, Jamie and Thomas.

The Tyson trio at the swimming club presentation night.

TYKES RED V BLUE: Cody and Corey battle it out in the game of the week.

Riley O’Sullivan, 7-years age champ.

Simone Slack, 8-years age champ.

Alissa Koina, 11-years age champ.

The Millard clan at the Weipa Swimming Club presentation evening, held at the pool last Friday night.

Tom McCahon, 10-years age champ.

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Alex-Adel Tyson, 10-years age champ.

The final week of Weipa Soccer Club fixtures saw lots of excitement and friendly competition, with all players ready for next week’s grand final games. Game of the week: Tykes - Red v Blue. An awesome game full of fun and laughter, and the skills of the young players are really showing. It is great to see all players really getting in there and having a go. A good kick by Grayson for Red nearly scoring but for the quick save by Thomas. Darius showed impressive skill and speed taking the ball from halfway and scoring for Blue. Corey controlled the ball for Red and made many plays at goal. Good defensive kicking from Jayden for Blue. Confident play from Cody for Red kept the game competitive. Some fancy footwork from Wiley and Jamie for Blue and Ayla for Red in a very energetic game.

Game results, Saturday, May 25: Tykes: Blue and Red draw 3-all, Green 2 def Gold 1. Teens: Blue Forfeit, Red Forfeit, Green and Gold draw 3-all. Titans: Blue 6 def Red 5. Grand final draw, Saturday, June 1: 2.30pm Squirts – Gold v White; Teens – Red v Green in the grand final; Blue v Gold in a friendly match (3 v 4); 3.30pm Tykes – Gold v Green in the grand final game, Blue v Red in a friendly match (3 v 4); Titans – Blue v Red. Please arrive 20 minutes prior to your game start time. Please remember to bring a shirt to change into as jerseys are to be handed back after the final games. The $25 jersey deposit will be returned to you. A sausage sizzle and trophy presentation for all players will be held immediately after the last game at approximately 4.30pm. Please bring a chair or blanket to sit on.

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Alf Wilson story and pics

COMEBACK King Garreth Smith showed he has lost none of his class when he made a dominant return to rugby league at the Remote Area Rugby League Far North Queensland Challenge carnival in Cairns last weekend. The 37-year-old Smith, a Weipa Rio Tinto worker, lined up for Northern Cape and from the first game showed why he earned the reputation of being one of the best forwards in the far north. “I last played about 12 months ago,” Smith told The Bully.

Some spectators at the ground who had never seen Smith before were convinced that Northern Cape had somehow gained the services of Gold Coast Titans NRL forward Luke Bailey. Almost every time he received the ball, Smith broke at least the first line of defence often setting up second phase play for Northern Cape. In Northern Cape’s first game against the powerful Palm Island Barracudas, Smith made plenty of metres up the centre of the ruck and was the “go to man” for his teammates. The Bully captured one ac-

tion photo of Smith shooting out a miracle flick-pass from the back of his right hand whilst being tackled by Barracudas defenders (above). At one stage Smith came off the field with blood oozing from a wound on the top of his head. It resembled a similar incident back in 2007 when Smith shone for the Mulga Tigers whilst playing at the Island of Origin carnival on Badu Island. “I thought back to that when this happened,” he said. Rival Southern Cape coach Dave Kennedy said opposition players had an enormous amount of respect for Smith.

“He went very well and was always hard to tackle,” Kennedy said. Palm Island champion front rower Fred Bulsey also said that Smith was a hard opponent but very fair. Now that Smith has taken the boots out of the cobwebs he will be highly sought after by teams for the 2013 Island of Origin Series on Badu. In the past Smith has been one of the first players teams competing at such carnivals have tried to recruit.  full coverage of the FNQ Challenge page 17


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