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comply with council directives set down in a resolution in May of this year relating to dust and noise assessments and landscaping requirements, including a five-metre wide foliage strip with mature plantings. But no amount of monitoring which has been commissioned by GrainX itself - and tree planting is likely to counter the effects on the nearby residents of the use of the insecticide methyl bromide to treat pests in grain consignments handled on the GrainX site. Methyl bromide has been all but phased out internationally due to claims over its effects on ozone depletion, but is still approved in Australia and other countries as an agricultural pesticide. Similar grain and produce handling operations overseas, including in the United States, use exhaust ‘scrubbing’ to reduce the toxicity of methyl bromide emissions, but such technology is not currently required in Australia. Residents have told the Free Times of constant eye, skin and

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FREE TIMES art columnist SUE KEONG fills us in on some ofCasey’s the tips recent happenings on the local arts and events scene...

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Hay there Santa PANGEA Music Group has appeared as a 'flash mob’ on the streets of Warwick on several occasions, but last Sunday night they rocked the Coffee Club. It was a great atmosphere with everyone caught up in the music. The Pangea Music Group, consisting mostly of singers, ukuleles and African drums, has attracted a large group of professional and non-professional Southern Downs musicians led ably by Grant Tilbrook. "I feel on top of the world after playing with the group. So much fun,"

commented Barbara. The group is always on the lookout for new members - call Grant on 0439 347 061 to find out more. DR JOHN Kiss, President of the Warwick Show and Rodeo Society thanked all the volunteers at the WSRS Christmas party which is held annually to thank all volunteer workers for their efforts throughout the year in all events, including the Show and the Rodeo. Dr Kiss said this year’s Rodeo was

the “biggest ever“ and the volunteers were really put under enormous pressure and he congratulated them for running such a huge event so successfully. He said preparations were well underway for this year's Steele’s Bakery New Year's Eve Rodeo which is expected to attract a much larger crowd than last year’s very successful event. DO you have an arts or cultural event you’d like to promote? Contact Sue Keong on 0402 460 919.

Family silver comes back to Glengallan By Donna Fraser SLADE family silver, and 19th century silver trophies for prize stock, found their way home to Glengallan Homestead this week. Melbourne resident, Adrienne Butler, one of the three daughters of Adrian and Vera Slade, felt it was time for her family to share the fascinating items with visitors to Glengallan, birthplace of her father and home to grandparents WB Slade and his wife, Sophie, for more than 40 years. The engraved trophies tell a story of Glengallan stud stock success from the Marshall and Slade era of the 1870s through to the early 1920s, while family silver speaks of an age of elegance at Glengallan and later Slade family properties Glenbar, The Glen and Glenelg. Ms Butler said she had watched the progress and development of the heritage tourism operation through the involvement of her sister, Jane Morse, in the Glengallan Family History Centre. She said “the time was right" for the return of the artefacts to Glengallan, and she and son Chris Owen were looking forward to returning for Glengallan’s 150th anniversary celebrations in September 2017.

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GrainX ‘prisoners’ From front page “AS this area is zoned residential I’m sure if we had party noise going for 18 hours we would have been given a cease order real quick. “Why is there one rule for us and one rule for GrainX? “There doesn’t seem to be an end date for them to complete any of their requirements - the council’s famous word is ‘ongoing’.” Mr Bower has carried out his own noise monitoring which he claims shows GrainX consistently exceeds its outside noise maximum of 55 decibels and 40 decibels inside, with outside levels regularly hitting the 70 decibel mark or just under, at various points along Herbert Street. Trucks moving to and from the GrainX site are another source of constant noise, with the Allora Showgrounds regularly used as a spillover waiting area for trucks backed up in a holding pattern. The Southern Downs Regional Council in its May resolution on GrainX also threatened the company with legal action if it did not comply with council conditions and the Environmental Protection Act but has so far held its fire on that option. Councillors at that time approved a $50,000 legal budget to bring GrainX into line. A council spokeswoman this week told the Free Times the council’s primary officer handling GrainX issues was unavailable for advice prior to the Free Times’ deadline and as a result the council was unable to comment at this time on the likely timeframe for completion of the noise and dust assessments ordered by the council. But the spokeswoman said it was important to note that recent wet weather had delayed the start of the current harvest season which would likely have an impact on the completion of the assessments. The council’s Director of Planning, Environment and Corporate Services Ken Harris said as part of the council resolution on 25 May

The Southern Downs Regional Council has threatened GrainX with legal action but has so far opted for ongoing discussions over non-compliance with conditions.

2016, GrainX was required to engage “expert consultants“ to undertake noise and dust monitoring during both quiet and busy periods. “During the busy harvest period, noise and dust monitoring will be undertaken by Pacific Environment Limited, to ascertain the actual impacts caused, so that the consultants can use the results to provide recommendations and solutions to GrainX on how to minimise the noise and dust impacts,” Mr Harris said. “Council’s resolution in May also required GrainX to undertake landscaping along the Herbert and South Street frontages, to a width of five metres, which is to include a significant number of mature trees.

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The couple were aged in their late seventies and it is unclear at this stage as to the cause of their deaths but police said there were no suspicious circumstances and that a report was being prepared for the Queensland Coroner. It is understood they may have lain in their home for up to a week before being found. Neighbours described the couple as “reclusive” and were not aware of

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Indecent treatment A WARWICK man charged with indecent treatment of a child under the age of 16 had his matter mentioned in the Toowoomba District Court last Friday 25 November. The man is currently in prison after being convicted in October of indecent treatment charges relating to a separate female complainant. He is next listed for further mention in the same court on 13 March.

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“Council is aware that some landscaping has been undertaken, but this is not satisfactory. “Further landscaping has been requested to meet the requirement, and officers are working with GrainX to ensure appropriate trees and shrubs are planted.” Mr Harris said methyl bromide was “a fumigant that is applied to grain in the silos” and “the use of the fumigant is a Federal Government requirement for biosecurity purposes”. “Grains are not allowed to be exported without this fumigant being applied,” he said. “Council has no jurisdiction regarding the use of methyl bromide.

“GrainX use a licensed company to apply the fumigant to the grains in the silos.” Major US grain operations use fumigation emissions control technology which claims to remove more than 90 per cent of methyl bromide toxicity from silos by trapping it in a “carbon bed” attached to fumigation chambers. Liquid solutions are also used to trap toxic particles. The Free Times emailed a series of questions to GrainX management in relation to the residents’ concerns but did not receive a reply by time of printing this week. OUR SAY - page 6.

Police probe into couple’s death ongoing WARWICK Police are continuing with their investigation into the deaths of an elderly couple found in their Wattle Avenue home on the evening of Saturday 19 November. As reported in the Free Times last week, the couple’s bodies were discovered after neighbours called police for a welfare check after noticing mail had been piling up on the footpath and the couple’s car was in the carport.

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“There have been quite a few incidents with other drivers and while the noise usually keeps them away, there is definitely a risk that needs to be looked at. “Sometimes if the drags or other events are on at the same time, it can fire them up and they head for the raceway. “There are more of them out there and they are getting bigger it’s not uncommon to see 10 to 12 six-footers of a morning. “There can be a couple of hundred out there.”

“Culling could be the way to go - you could fence the raceway off but at who’s cost and how much?” Newly-elected Morgan Park Users Group president John Torr said the issue was due to be discussed by the group at its regular meeting this week. “I’d agree that it’s a safety issue and there is the potential there for a serious accident,” he told the Free Times. “We need to address it and we need to look at all of the available

options and come up with some recommendations for the council.” Morgan Park’s bushland location is situated next to a parcel of land traditionally known as “the kangaroo paddock”, which is State Government owned and was at one stage run as an environmental reserve. The Southern Downs Regional Council has the transfer of the parcel to its control listed as a high priority for lobbying with the State Government.

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A 39-YEAR-OLD Ipswich man has been charged after police located a large number of cannabis plants at a residence near Stanthorpe on Saturday 26 November. Police executed a search warrant at the Old Warwick Road, The Summit property around 10.30am and will allege that hundreds of mature plants were located in five hydroponics rooms specifically designed with lighting and an irrigation system for the plants. It will further be alleged police located two drying racks which had a large amount of dried cannabis. Police will further allege a sophisticated hydroponic growing system and quantity of cannabis was located in the garage. The 39-year-old Gailes man has been issued with a notice to appear, on one count each of produce and possess dangerous drugs, possess thing used in con-

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CULLING of kangaroos at Warwick’s Morgan Park facility will go on the table as a possible control measure as part of a plan to be submitted to the Southern Downs Regional Council. As reported by the Free Times in September safety concerns have been mounting over roos congregating on the Morgan Park Raceway track during motorsport competition. Regular competitors spoke of frequent near-misses, with roos leaping in front - and sometimes over the top - of vehicles out on the track. In September, the Southern Downs Regional Council’s Pest Management Working Group considered a motion for an investigation into the safety issues posed by kangaroos, particularly on the popular Morgan Park Raceway. That motion was voted down, but the November meeting of the Working Group reconsidered the issue and voted in favour of a study into Morgan Park’s roo population, which was endorsed by councillors at their November general meeting last Thursday. One regular competitor, who in September declined to be named, told the Free Times he had experienced several close calls out on the Morgan Park circuit when kangaroos had leapt in front of his vehicle. “There is no doubt they are dangerous - especially when you’re in an open top vehicle,” the driver said. “I’ve had a few of them jump out in front of me or go right over the top.

Police seize drugs nection with a crime and unlawful taking of electricity. Investigations are continuing. Officer in Charge of Stanthorpe Criminal Investigation Branch (CIB), Detective Sergeant Damien Grace, said that the arrest signals another successful week acting on information supplied by the community through Crime Stoppers and other intelligence sources. “We are committed to removing harmful drugs from the community and we accomplish that through proactive policing and information from the public. Every drug, every weapon police seize contributes to the safety of our community.” “We continue to encourage members of the public to contact Crime Stoppers if they notice suspicious behaviour in and around their neighbourhoods. Together we can help disrupt drug networks in the Darling Downs and the Granite Belt,” Det Sgt Grace said.

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Springborg ponders By Jeremy Sollars LAWRENCE Springborg says he will consider his future candidacy for the Southern Downs electorate "towards the end" of the current parliamentary term as he says he has done prior to the last few Queensland elections. With speculation growing over the possibility of Queenslanders going to the polls in early or mid-2017, the veteran local LNP MP says his "first priority" will be the people of the Southern Downs. The next Queensland election is not due until January 2018 but the surge in support for Pauline Hanson's One Nation in Queensland - now sitting at around 16 per cent in recent polling - since the August federal election has many ALP operatives spooked, not to mention those in the LNP opposition. Together with the Palaszczuk Government's minority status and the powerful alliance of north Queensland cross-bench MP's Labor's grip on government continues to be shaky. While an early Queensland election in 2016 is now off the cards, Labor's questionable ability to gets its legislative program through State Parliament sets a volatile political scene in the Sunshine State heading into 2017. "As I have done for several terms now, I always consider my future candidacy (for Southern Downs) towards the end of each term," Mr Springborg told the Free Times today, Friday 25 November. "I have said that publicly in the past and the same applies this time. "My first priority will be and always is the people of the Southern Downs who have given me the privi-

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lege of being their representative. "As I always have done, I will always respect them and inform them of my future intentions in a timely and open way." Mr Springborg - who has been a three-time LNP leader in opposition - said the Labor Government had supported the LNP's referendum proposal for fixed four-year terms "as did Queenslanders". "If the Premier called a state election early, it would be a breach of faith with Queenslanders who want governments to serve their full term," he said. "Given the commitment by all

sides to fixed terms to give certainty and confidence on election timing, I would expect that the State Election would be held late 2017 or early 2018." All Queensland Government terms will be fixed four-year terms after the current term, whenever the election is called. Mr Springborg - who has served as the local MP since 1992 - is credited with successfully merging the Liberal and National parties in Queensland under his leadership in 2008. The united party later went on to win government under Campbell

Newman in 2012, with Mr Springborg serving as Minister for Health. Local LNP sources have suggested Mr Springborg could consider shifting to the Senate if a casual Queensland vacancy were to emerge, or at the next full election, but Mr Springborg is yet to respond. Many rank-and-file LNP members across the State are understood to be frustrated with what they see as a lacklustre performance by current opposition leader Tim Nicholls, who defeated Mr Springborg for the LNP leadership by just three votes after the January 2015 state election. They also see the LNP opposition's failure to fully capitalise on the Palaszczuk Government's handling of key political disasters such as the Queensland Rail Brisbane trains fiasco as evidence the LNP's parliamentary ranks are in need of renewal. The internal LNP unrest in Queensland wasn't helped when Federal Attorney-General George Brandis suffered a ‘hot microphone fail' after a TV interview last week, in which he was caught out slagging off his Queensland LNP counterparts as "very, very mediocre" and "not very good". The same tape also recorded Senator Brandis openly revealing the Federal Coalition was becoming increasingly alarmed about One Nation's popularity. Both sides of politics in Queensland are internally panicking about over One Nation, with Pauline Hanson's appeal clearly showing up in polling in both ‘traditional' LNP rural heartlands - including Southern Downs - and ALP heartland seats such as those based on industrial areas around Ipswich and south-west Brisbane.

In brief Murder and manslaughter GARRY Reginald Dubois has been found guilty of killing Barbara McCulkin and her two daughters, who disappeared from Brisbane in 1974. The 69-year-old was convicted by a Brisbane Supreme Court jury on Monday 28 November after they deliberated for more than 10 hours over Mrs McCulkin’s manslaughter and the murder of siblings Vicki, 13, and Leanne McCulkin, 11. Dubois was also found guilty of raping the two girls and guilty of deprivation of liberty. Dubois had been accused of allegedly helping another man, Warwick’s Vincent O’Dempsey, by either restraining the family members or by encouraging him. O’Dempsey will face his own trial in May next year. Dubois will not be sentenced until after that trial.

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By Jeremy Sollars FREE Times distribution manager Lisa Crouch has chalked up 10 years of service in 2016 and says she’s loved every minute of it. Lisa is the ‘face’ of the Free Times, also providing administration and sales support to advertising sales executives and front counter duties on top of ensuring the 14,000 copies of the newspaper printed weekly are delivered on time on a Thursday. It was just on a decade ago this month when Lisa spotted a vacancy in the Free Times for a print finishing and binding line employee when the paper was based on Activity Street in the Warwick Industrial Estate. It was back in the days when the Free Times was owned and printed by founder and original editor Olav Muurlink who offered Lisa the job after she dropped in with her resume. She’d previously been with Warwick’s Cleaning and Catering Products and the change of scene obviously suited her. “I started on the finishing line and it just went from there,” Lisa recalls.

“There’s been changes in ownership over the years and people have come and gone - I’ve been very lucky to have worked with a lot of great people. “There’s also been changes in the layout and look of the Free Times

and when I started we used to come out on a Wednesday. “My main role these days is coordinating distribution. We have a great team of casuals who deliver our paper and they do an awesome job every week.”

Lisa spends Wednesday nights at the Free Times distribution shed on Law Road in Warwick working with her team after the paper has been printed and delivered, including overseeing catalogue and other inserted material. “It’s all done by hand so our advertisers can have assurance knowing their material goes into every copy,” Lisa said. While the Free Times is delivered directly to mailboxes across Warwick and Stanthorpe and is bulk-dropped to businesses and other handy locations, Lisa has plenty of friendly regular readers who drop into the Fitzroy Street office to pick up their copy hot off the press on a Thursday and say g’day. “Obviously distribution to homes and businesses can be affected by the weather - we do have readers who ring up and ask when their copy is going to arrive if it happens to be late thanks to rain, I guess that’s a good sign, however.” Visitors can drop into the Free Times office on Fitzroy Street just up from the council building and congratulate Lisa on her 10 years with the company - and pick up a free copy of the latest Free Times.

Orange Lady against violence

Windows on display THE Stanthorpe Business Christmas Window Display Competition 2016 is an initiative of the Stanthorpe and Granite Belt Chamber of Commerce and the Southern Downs Regional Council Economic Development and Tourism Unit. Business owners will be able to build their businesses and get into the Christmas spirit at the same time. This year organisers are looking for the best and most creative window display in the lead up to Christmas. One small twist - organisers want businesses to get creative and use their products or services to form the base for their window display and promote Stanthorpe and the region. Get staff together and generate ideas to come up with a fantastic display with a Christmas theme. Be part of the fun and get into the Christmas spirit and win a $100 voucher for the window that is judged best and a $100 voucher for the People’s Choice window. Prizes are proudly donated by Maddie’s Gift Gallery and Granite Belt Tyres. Judges’ viewing will occur on 12-13 December and announced on 14 December. Voting for the People’s Choice will be from 5 December. Entries can be placed in the boxes provided at Stanthorpe Art Gallery, Stanthorpe Library, Stanthorpe Border Post and the Commonwealth Bank by 21 December. The People’s Choice will be announced on 22 December. Most votes wins. The judging criteria are: overall display, visual impact, use of lighting, creativity and innovation, and Stanthorpe and region content See page 7 of today’s edition for the entry form.

THIRTY-FIVE per cent of women worldwide have experienced either physical or sexual intimate partner violence or non-partner sexual violence. As part of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence - an international campaign that aims to inspire action and end violence against women and girls around the world the Zonta Club of Warwick, along with members of the local community, will promote awareness of domestic and family violence services available through Orange Lady displays between 25 November and 10 December. Sonja Honig Schough, Zonta International president, said violence against women is “a worldwide pandemic” - it crosses every social and economic class, every religion, race and ethnicity. “At least one out of every three women worldwide have experienced violence during their lifetime,” she said. “We in Zonta International cannot accept this - we need to use all our energy to eradicate violence against women locally and internationally through service and advocacy.” The Zonta Club of Warwick has engaged local workplaces, businesses and clubs to participate in the 16 Days of Activism. The Warwick Men’s Shed has made an Orange Lady, and this will be displayed for 16 days at the following locations:25 November - RSL 26 November - Bunnings Hardware 27 November - IGA 28 November - outside Betta Bilt 29 November - Heritage Bank 30 December - Southern Downs Regional

Council office 1December - Condamine Medical Centre 2 December - Carbal Medical Centre 3 December - Golf Club 4 December - Cafe Jacqui’s 5 December - Hermitage Research Station 6 December - Warwick Hospital 7 December - Sovereign Hotel 8 December - WIRAC 9 December - Peace Walk and Candle Vigil on the River Walk, with display at Hockey Club 10 December - Redbacks AFL Clubhouse Pamphlets from the Not Now, Not Ever website will be available at each of these locations. Those visiting these locations will be able to access this information, so as to inform the wider community of services that are available to those experiencing domestic and family violence. Zonta Club of Warwick encourages the community to join the Peace Walk from the Warwick Town Hall to Leslie Park and Candle Vigil on 9 December. Founded in 1919, Zonta International is a global organization of executives and professionals working together to empower women worldwide through service and advocacy. With more than 30,000 members belonging to nearly 1200 clubs in 67 countries, Zontians all over the world volunteer their time, talent and support to local and international service projects and educational programs. To learn more, visit www.zonta.org.

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GrainX needs a good scrubbing By Jeremy Sollars FEW would disagree that Allora is about as close to a perfect slice of country town life as you can get anywhere in Australia. But for those who live in close proximity to the GrainX site the town’s trademark catchphrase “The Best Little Town on the Downs” is nothing but a joke - and literally a sick one at that. I headed out to Allora late last week to meet with residents of Herbert Street who live right across the street from GrainX, and I don’t envy them. They are uniformly stressed and exhausted, and when they’re not isolated inside their homes with the windows and doors closed they’re finding reasons to make trips to Warwick and elsewhere just to get a few hours respite from the noise and the dust. The noise itself is bad enough, but in my view their concerns about the health impacts of the dust - which contains toxic chemical residue - are real. I was there for less than an hour and when I left I had a distinctly bitter taste in my mouth and throat which I put down to breathing in the dust I drank two full bottles of water in the car on the way back to Warwick - and I was covered in it. All I wanted to do was have a shower and brush my teeth. A full-body chemical decontamination or even just a well-aimed firehose - wouldn’t have gone astray either. The dust is everywhere - on your clothes, in your mouth, on the walls of your house and on your roof, from where it travels into your rainwater tanks. There is no question that Allora and surrounding districts are some of Queensland’s and indeed Australia’s most productive grain growing areas and that there is a need for the GrainX facility. But there is clearly much, much more the company could be doing to make life bearable for its neighbours, including employing overseas technology which “scrubs” chemical toxicity, and more controls on truck movements and operating hours. I’d call on the council to strictly enforce the operating conditions which apply to GrainX and take them even further. These people are in a living hell on earth.

Thumbs Up Thumbs Down Thumbs Down To Southern Downs Regional Council. A water leak has been reported and even though the footpath is a muddy mess they said officially there is no water leak!

Thumbs Up To my neighbour’s young son who does my mowing for me - what a terrific young man helping out a senior!

Letters Think about objecting A WORD to the objectors to the new Bunnings store. Have the objectors realised we live in an ageing society in our town. A lot of the people I know live here and their children have grown up and moved away. They have had children but they never returned to Warwick because there is nothing to offer so that’s why they did not return. Also, think what would happen if we have a flood in the next three months. These people who object are only worried about the present time. The lady real estate operator set up shop when she knew the floods come up past the door way and ask Mr Olsen how many floods his shop has been under and he has made no changes to stop the water entering his premises. The school Mr Andrew Gale is worried about will probably out grow its usefulness and the

Thumbs Down Government will replace it somewhere else. Maybe not in the near future! Bunnings will employ people from the area. So please think before you donate your money to this cause. If some people want to put money into some sort of legal case, just make sure they don’t hold out that hat and you fill that hat and lose your money. Please think before you make judgement against the council and Bunnings. I wish to point out once again we live in an ageing society. W. Long, Karara.

Ticking the box AN INQUIRY into the last council elections across Queensland has brought to the fore that there were a lot of voters who didn’t get to vote, especially where postal votes were used. Southern Downs Regional Council was one of

those areas that had a postal vote. The estimate is that up to one third of voters in the SDRC were denied their right to vote because of reasons I won’t list here for the sake of brevity. Now there are those saying that we should go to an electronic system of voting wherein voters would be able to use their home computer to cast their vote. This is fraught with problems as we saw with the recent census. Electronic voting in the USA has been proven to be flawed, despite what the winners and losers of the last presidential election have had to say. The most reliable system of voting is the paper ballot, the way we vote in State and Federal elections. For anyone to call for an electronic system of voting for council elections (or any election) is either naive or grossly misinformed! Jay Nauss, Glen Aplin.

To the idiot who was driving out of the IGA carpark at the weekend and nearly side-swiped me - watch where you are going people.

Thumbs Up To our posties - you do a great job, rain hail or shine. Thumbs Up Thumbs Down is your chance to have your say. Malicious or defamatory submissions will not be accepted. All submissions must include a full name, address and daytime phone number. Contributions over the telephone will not be accepted. Contributors will not be identified. The Southern Free Times reserves the right to edit submissions. To submit a Thumbs Up or Thumbs Down: email us at newsdesk@freetimes.com.au or mail us at Southern Free Times, Shop 6, 70 Fitzroy Street, Warwick, QLD 4370.


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Online voting sham By Jeremy Sollars THE returning officer for the 2016 Southern Downs Regional Council election says electronic voting for future council elections could be as big a disaster as postal voting, and has urged a return to ballot paper voting in person. Gary Adcock, who was appointed by the Electoral Commission of Queensland to run this year’s election told the Free Times concerns over online security and privacy especially in the wake of the Census debacle - would be valid on the part of voters. His comments follow the revelation by the Free Times online last week that more than 5000 voters failed to register a vote in the 2016 Southern Downs Regional Council election and nearly one third of all votes returned were informal, as outlined in a council report. Council officers recently conducted a review of the 2016 election, and their report to be forwarded to the Electoral Commission of Queensland was tabled at the November council meeting in Stanthorpe. It showed a staggering 31.7 per cent of postal votes for the eight councillors returned were informal, largely due to confusion over the documentation. Out of 25,254 registered voters in the council region, 5424 - or 21.5 per cent - failed to return any vote at all. The figures essentially mean the current councillors were elected by just over 50 per cent of the region’s voters. The report does not detail the number of informal votes in the mayoral ballot. The report recommends postal

voting be scrapped and electronic voting be examined as the preferred option for future elections, using the system introduced in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) in 2001. Mr Adcock said many people had found postal voting procedures “confusing”, even though they had been clearly explained in the documentation. But he said just as much of a problem was that many people had old post office box numbers and other out-of-date postal addresses listed with the Electoral Commission and never received their ballots in the first place. “Postal ballots don’t work - people want to go to a polling booth in person to vote,” Mr Adcock said. “At least at a polling booth you can ask one of the officers if you’re having trouble filling in your ballot paper or you spoil it. “Yes, it is more expensive but the result is as accurate as it can be - it’s like anything, you pay peanuts, you get monkeys. “Postal voting has been a major issue in other council areas, not just the Southern Downs.” Mr Adcock said he would be “loath” to advocate for electronic voting due to security risks and the accuracy of data. “You only need to look at the way the Census was handled - people are paranoid about security, and rightly.” Mr Adcock formally recommended to the council that postal voting be scrapped in his submission to the election review. The ACT electronic voting model involves voters visiting a polling booth on Election Day and entering a barcode on a standard personal computer.

The council report says the voting PCs in the ACT are linked to a “secure local area network” as opposed to the internet. Electoral rolls in the ACT are still manually marked off by polling booth workers and at polling places which do not have electronic voting capability, paper ballots are still used. Another electronic voting option noted in the report is online using a “web-based secure site” accessed in any location on a PC, laptop or mobile device, noting this method could cause “community mistrust” over privacy and online security. The report states that “local government authorities have the capacity, experience and capability to run local government elections” and recommends the responsibility for running elections be handed over to local councils. The Southern Downs Regional Council has also called for the council chief executive officer to run future elections, citing cost savings. Electronic ballot scanning was

trialled in a number of council areas at the 2016 election with mixed results. Flaws were also discovered in the i-Vote system used in the 2015 New South Wales State Election, with encryption issues compromising voter security. Southern Downs Mayor Tracy Dobie said council had proposed two recommendations in its submission to the ECQ Review panel. “Council has recommended that the Electoral Commission of Queensland undertakes a feasibility assessment of electronic voting for future Local Government elections in Queensland,” she said. “In an age of constantly advancing technology and the growing population of tech-savvy public of all ages, council believes that electronic voting is the way forward. “The success of this method used by the ACT Electoral Commission over the past five Legislative Assembly elections certainly supports this as a sensible and viable option in Queensland.”

State funds street upgrade THE Southern Downs Regional Council has welcomed $1.2 million in funding through the State Government’s Local Government Grants and Subsidies Program. The first grant of $840,000 as part of a total project cost of $2.1 million is for the widening and improvement of Kenilworth Street in Warwick. A council spokeswoman said the project aimed to bring Kenilworth Street “up to a standard that will accommodate road trains and will allow for an increased level of subdivision to occur”. “The upgrade of Kenilworth Street to accommodate road trains and heavier vehicles will allow for Grove Juice to continue with its proposed redevelopment of the Warwick facility, which will see an investment of $16,000,000 in the new building and plant,” the spokeswoman said. “The upgraded Grove facility will employ at least 35 people, and there will be a number of indirect jobs created through the construction of the facility and the ongoing maintenance of the facility through local suppliers and contractors. “Additionally, the upgrade of Kenilworth Street will also support developments occurring at the Axis Industrial estate which recently changed ownership, as well as existing businesses along the street.” A second grant of $360,000, for a total project cost of $690,000 is for the development of the Rogers Street car park in Stanthorpe. “Apart from a few shopping centres, Stanthorpe has a lack of off road CBD parking,” the spokeswoman said. “Council owns 3100 square metres of land suitable for car parking in Rogers Street which connects to Maryland Street via Fromes Lane. This new car park will be an integral part of the proposed Stanthorpe Streetscape within Maryland Street, the purpose of which is designed to stimulate economic activity within the town. “An allowance to upgrade stormwater infrastructure has also been allocated.

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SUMMER is here today - Free Times weather forecaster TERRY WEST shares his outlook for the coming months ... WE were expecting to swing into a La Nina earlier in the year but it has not eventuated with the El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO) still sitting in a neutral phase, meaning our rainfall may now be just below average for summer. Depending on the ESNO and which way it will swing will determine our rainfall in January and February but at this stage, December will be dryer than average for our region. Another model that can determine our weather is the Southern Annular Mode (SAM), also known as the Ant-

arctic Oscillation (AAO). This model describes the northsouth movement of the westerly wind belt that circles Antarctica. Positive phase - a band of westerly winds contracts toward Antarctica, higher pressures over southern Australia; can relate to stable, dry conditions. Negative phase - a band of westerly winds expands towards the equator, more - or stronger - low pressure systems over southern Australia can mean increased storms and rain. At this stage in the season the cur-

rent outlook shows a negative Southern Annular Mode Meaning, a slight increase in rainfall for the south of the country but the neutral ENSO will affect rainfall for our region and keep us drier than average. Cyclone outlook ... We can expect an above-average number of cyclones during the 2016'17 cyclone season - November to April - with the first of the systems developing toward the end of December. Once again, this depends on the ENSO and if it swings to a weak La Nino.

If cyclones do develop, there is a chance that the first to cross the coast may be a large dangerous system as it draws energy from a warmer than average Pacific Ocean. Summary ... Our summer outlook is not positive for above average rainfall for December but that may change if the La Nino swings away from neutral. If it does go to a La Nino, historically it will be short-lived. The chances of a La Nino this late in the season are slim though with only one recorded in 1980.

Our region is likely to see patches of storm outbreaks with very dry conditions in between these outbreaks. One line to summarise - the Southern Downs is likely to see a hot, dry summer with some storm outbreaks. Cyclones will cross the coast to the far north and are unlikely to deliver any rain to us. General rainfall will be below average. With the dryer season comes a stronger chance of bushfire outbreaks so be aware and always prepared to evacuate if need be.

Wild weather in the lens TERRY WEST has been out and about covering the region’s storms - here are a few of his top shots of spring weather activity, with the bottom two shots showing the hail that hit Killarney this week, sent in by Lana Donovan...

Severe hail storm develops to the south of Warwick.

A stacked image of 10 minutes worth of lightning over Warwick on the 27th of this month.

A green tinge to the 27 November storm with severe hail. Minor flooding around Warwick gave farmers hope during October.

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Make a plan to arrive alive MOTORISTS are being urged to slow down and take extra care following a horror weekend on Queensland roads, with five people killed in crashes and many more injured. Main Roads and Road Safety Minister Mark Bailey said at midnight on Sunday 27 November that the road toll was 219, six below the toll for the same time last year. “This weekend we experienced a terrible loss of life on our road network with five people killed across Queensland,” Mr Bailey said. “This tally is a sober reminder that we all need to think safety first when we’re driving, riding or walking on the road. “Losing a family member, friend or colleague as the result of a road accident is traumatic, and I extend my sincere sympathies to those affected over the past few days. “I urge Queenslanders to stay alert and focus on the driving task at all times.” Mr Bailey said over the Christmas break, more people would be on the roads. “This is an especially important message as we head toward the holiday season and more families road trip to their destinations,” he said. “I will be launching a new holiday road safety campaign in the coming weeks to en-

courage people to think about their driving habits and how it affects others.” Mr Bailey reminded road users to think of the fatal five. “Slow down, don’t look at your mobile phone while driving, wear seatbelts and child restraints, don’t get behind the wheel fatigued and don’t drink or take drugs and drive,” he said. “If you’re ever tempted to do the wrong thing behind the wheel, ask yourself if it’s worth the risk - to yourself or another innocent road user. “Road safety is everyone’s issue and responsibility, whether you are driving a car, riding a motorcycle or bicycle, a pedestrian or a passenger.” Last year the Palaszczuk government released the Road Safety Strategy and Action Plan to improve safety, reduce injury and curb the state’s road toll. The strategy sets a long-term vision of zero deaths on Queensland roads, and interim target to reduce the road toll below 200 by 2020. You can view the strategy and action plan at www.tmr.qld.gov.au/Safety/Road-safety/ Strategy-and-action-plans.aspx

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What’s On You’ll be glad all over HEY there, cats and chicks - the Sixties are coming to Warwick! Don’t miss The Fabulous Sounds of the Sixties Show on Saturday night, 10 December, at Warwick RSL. This show has won Best Production Show at the South Queensland Entertainer of the Year Awards for three years in a row. The band - Darren J Ray, Scott MacFarlane, Arnold Lovejoy, Rhonda J Bonaduce, Rusty Keys and Hannah Crowther and the Love Bugs - Kirra, Isabella, Karina and Jermia - will take the audience back to the swinging 1960s. That’s 10 performers on stage at once. Tickets are $20. For bookings and further information, phone the club on 4661 8547. There’ll be lots of fun and giveaways, hilarious routines and the best-dressed Sixties person on the night will receive a groovy prize. Doors open at 7pm and showtime is 8pm. So why not arrive early, dine at the Bistro and make a night of it.

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Southern Downs Mayor Tracy Dobie. the region in which they are produced, creating both valuable first mile and cool chain efficiencies, and enabling significant capacity for the growth of trade.” The announcement comes less than 12 months after Cathay Pacific Airways flew a Boeing 747-8F from Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport to Hong Kong on a ‘trial’ service. The international scheduled weekly freight service will be operated on a Cathay Pacific 747-8F, which will initially depart from Sydney, then land in Melbourne, with a final stop in Toowoomba before the ninehour direct flight to Hong Kong. Menzies Aviation, in partnership with Brisbane West

Wellcamp Airport, will manage the ground handling and cargo terminal operations. Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport, which opened in November 2014, is Australia’s first privately-built public airport. In addition to its upcoming freight operations, it also has 72 domestic regular passenger transport (RPT) services in and out of the airport every week. The Mayor’s Leadership Breakfast at Rupert’s Bar and Grill in Warwick on Wednesday 7 December is at 6.30am for a 6.45am start and 8am finish. Buy tickets for the breakfast online at www.warwicktickets. com.au. Tickets are $30 per person. Book with Jenny Sherrin at edu@sdrc.com.au.

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SOUTHERN Downs Regional Council will host the inaugural Mayor’s Leadership Breakfast at Rupert’s Bar and Grill in Warwick next Wednesday, 7 December. The theme of the breakfast is Making the Most of New Infrastructure and along with Mayor Tracy Dobie, the other keynote speaker will be Sara Hales, Wellcamp Airport’s community liaison and business development manager. The breakfast follows the start this month of an international weekly scheduled air cargo service out of Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport by Cathay Pacific Airways. The 747-8F service between Toowoomba and Hong Kong - Southern Queensland’s only scheduled international air freight-only service - started on Tuesday 22 November. Wagner’s global chairman and airport developer John Wagner welcomed the news, which he described as “a major coup” for not only the airport but for Queensland’s primary producers and exporters. “We are absolutely delighted Cathay Pacific has committed to operating a scheduled weekly Boeing 747-8F service out of the airport,” Mr Wagner said. “The opportunities this creates for Queensland exporters to benefit from Australia’s free trade agreements and to access the world’s biggest consumer markets are unlimited. “We are on the cusp of very exciting times and the reality for our multi-million-dollar agricultural and processing sectors is produce like chilled beef and other perishables will be able to fly direct to Asia from


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6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 ABC News At Noon. 1.00 Gardening Australia. 1.30 Catalyst. 2.00 Parliament. Final. 3.15 The Cook And The Chef. 3.45 The Bill. 4.10 Murder, She Wrote. 5.00 News. 5.30 The Drum. 6.00 QI. 6.30 QI. 7.00 News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Would I Lie To You? Return. 8.30 Doctor Foster. 9.25 Kevin McCloud’s. 10.15 Lateline. 10.45 The Business. 11.05 Secret State. 11.50 Would I Lie To You? 12.20 Parliament. Final. 1.20 Late Programs.

6.00 Sunrise. 9.00 The Morning Show. (PG) 11.00 Golf. Australian PGA Championship. First round. 4.00 News. 5.00 The Chase Australia. 6.00 Seven Local News. 6.30 Seven News. 7.00 Home And Away. (PG) 8.30 Katherine Mills: Mind Games. (PG) 9.30 The Big Bang Theory. (PG) 11.30 The Goldbergs. (PG) 12.00 Men At Work. (PG) 1.00 How To Find Love Online. (M) 2.00 Shopping. 4.00 NBC Today. 5.00 News. 5.30 Sunrise.

6.00 Today. 9.00 Today Extra. 11.30 Morning News. 12.00 Ellen DeGeneres. 1.00 Movie: Undercover Blues. (1993) 3.00 Nine News. 4.00 Afternoon News. 5.30 Hot Seat. 6.00 Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 Great Getaways. (PG) 8.30 World’s Best Commercials. (PG) 9.30 20 To One. (PG) 10.30 The Rich Kids Of Social Media. (M) 11.30 The Mysteries Of Laura. 12.30 What Would You Do? 1.30 TV Shop. 2.00 Danoz. 2.30 Global Shop. 3.00 Skippy. 3.30 GMA. 5.00 News. 5.30 Today.

6.00 Family Feud. 6.30 Everyday Gourmet. 7.00 WIN News. 8.00 Ent. Tonight. 8.30 Studio 10. 11.00 The Talk. 12.00 Dr Phil. 1.00 Bondi Vet. 2.00 Ent. Tonight. 2.30 Alive And Cooking. 3.00 Judge Judy. 3.30 My Market Kitchen. 4.00 Ben’s Menu. 4.30 Bold. 5.00 News. 6.00 WIN News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 David Attenborough’s Fishing Leopards. (PG) 8.30 Law & Order: SVU. (M) 9.30 Law & Order: SVU. (MA15+) 10.30 Blue Bloods. 11.30 WIN News. 12.30 Late Programs.

6.00 WorldWatch. 2.00 Film And Its Era: One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest. 3.00 Tales From The Bush Larder. 3.30 SBS Flashback. 3.40 The Sixties. 4.30 Underground Britain. 5.30 Letters And Numbers. 6.00 Rick Stein’s Far Eastern Odyssey. 6.30 SBS World News. 7.35 Heston’s Great British Food. 8.30 First Contact. 10.35 SBS News. 11.00 Sex Toys: Frisky Business. 12.00 Movie: The First Day Of The Rest Of Your Life. (2008) 2.00 The Island With Bear Grylls: Women’s Island. 3.00 Late Programs.

6.00 Children’s Programs. 6.20 Peter Rabbit. 6.35 Charlie And Lola. 6.50 Shaun The Sheep. 7.00 Spicks And Specks. 7.30 The Human Camera. 8.15 The Checkout: Snack Size. (PG) 8.25 No Strings Attached. (M) 8.45 Sexters. (MA15+) 9.30 Hack Live. 10.25 Inside Amy Schumer. (MA15+) 10.50 Hard Quiz. (PG) 11.20 Sexy Beasts. (M) 11.50 Comedy Next Gen. (M) 12.50 First Dates UK. (M) 1.40 Live At The Apollo. (M) 2.25 News Update. 2.30 Close. 5.00 Children’s Programs.

6.00 Shopping. 7.00 ZooMoo Lost. 7.30 Beat Bugs. 8.00 Jay’s Jungle. 8.30 Harry’s Practice. 9.00 Home And Away: The Early Years. 9.30 NBC Today. 12.00 Dr Oz. 1.00 Scandal. 2.00 Grey’s Anatomy. 3.00 The Great Outdoors. 4.00 Medical Rookies. 4.30 60 Minute Makeover. 5.30 RSPCA Animal Rescue. 6.00 Air Rescue. 6.30 Seven Local News. 7.00 News. 7.30 Some Mothers Do ’Ave ’Em. 8.30 Murdoch Mysteries. 10.30 The Border. 11.30 Mr Selfridge. 12.30 Late Programs.

6.00 Children’s Programs. 1.30 Kate And Mim-Mim. 2.00 SpongeBob. 2.30 Yu-Gi-Oh! (PG) 3.00 Rabbids Invasion. (PG) 3.30 Yo-Kai. (PG) 4.00 Kids’ WB. (PG) 4.05 Justice League Unlimited. (PG) 4.30 Green Lantern. (PG) 5.00 Ben 10. (PG) 5.30 Teen Titans. (PG) 6.00 Regular Show. (PG) 6.30 Adv Time. (PG) 7.00 The Middle. (PG) 7.30 Survivor: Millennials Vs Gen X. (PG) 8.30 Movie: Into The Blue. (M) (2005) 10.45 Movie: Into The Blue 2: The Reef. (MA15+) (2009) 12.45 Late Programs.

6.00 Shopping. 8.00 Formula 1. Race 17. Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Replay. 10.30 M*A*S*H. 11.00 Hogan’s Heroes. 12.00 Get Smart. 1.00 Matlock. 2.00 Nash Bridges. 3.00 Jake And The Fatman. 4.00 Diagnosis Murder. 5.00 ST: Next Gen. 6.00 Family Feud. 6.30 M*A*S*H. 7.30 48 Hours. 8.30 Megastructures Breakdown. 9.30 Cops: Adults Only. 10.30 Undercover Boss. 11.30 Epic Meal Empire. 12.00 Shopping. 2.00 Cops: Adults Only. 2.30 Cops. 3.00 Bellator MMA. 4.35 Late Programs.

6.00 WorldWatch. 6.35 Cyberwar. (PG) 7.05 VICE News Tonight. 7.35 The Feed. 8.05 Adam Ruins Everything. 8.30 Black Market. (PG) 9.00 Black Market. (MA15+) Final. 9.25 Cyberwar. (M) 9.55 South Park. 10.20 Movie: The Incite Mill: 7 Day Death Game. (M) (2010) 12.20 VICE News Tonight. 12.50 The Feed. 1.20 Black Market. (PG) 1.45 Black Market. (MA15+) 2.15 Cyberwar. (PG) 2.45 Cyberwar. (M) 3.15 365: Every Day Documentaries. 3.20 WorldWatch.

6.00 Children’s Programs. 3.20 Jamie’s Got Tentacles! 3.35 Miraculous Tales Of Ladybug And Cat Noir. 4.00 Odd Squad. 4.10 Officially Amazing. Final. 4.30 Bushwhacked! 5.00 BtN Newsbreak. 5.05 So Awkward. 5.35 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. (PG) 5.55 The Legend Of Korra. 6.25 House Of Anubis. (PG) 6.50 BtN Newsbreak. 7.00 Horrible Histories. 7.30 Deadly 60. 8.00 Degrassi: The Next Generation. (PG) 8.20 Adventure Time. 8.45 Stoked. 9.05 Heart And Soul. 9.30 Rage. (PG) 10.35 Close.

6.00 Morning Programs. 8.30 MXTV. 9.00 A Football Life. 10.00 The Amazing Race Australia V New Zealand. 11.00 The Neighbors. 12.00 Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. 1.00 S.W.A.T. 2.00 Charlie’s Angels. 3.00 Chow Masters. 4.00 Doomsday Preppers. 5.00 Outback Truckers. 6.00 American Pickers. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 7.30 Big Bang. 9.00 Family Guy. 9.30 American Dad! 10.30 Hardcore Pawn. 11.00 Late Programs.

6.00 Friends. 6.30 Skippy. 7.00 Creflo. 7.30 TV Shop. 8.00 Gilmore Girls. 9.00 TV Shop. 10.30 Come Dine With Me UK. 11.00 Friends. 12.00 Movie: It’s In The Air. (G) (1938) 1.50 Come Dine With Me UK. 2.20 Poirot. 3.20 Heartbeat. 4.30 Ellen DeGeneres. 5.30 Gilmore Girls. 6.30 Friends. 7.30 What’s Your Emergency? 8.30 Amazing Medical Stories. 9.30 Embarrassing Bodies. 10.30 Filthy Rich. New. 11.30 Helicopter Heroes. 12.00 Late Programs.

6.00 Kids’ Programs. 7.35 Pokémon. 8.00 The Barefoot Bandits. 8.35 My Little Pony. 9.00 Bob The Builder. 9.30 Crocamole. 10.00 Neighbours. 10.30 Family Ties. 11.00 JAG. 12.00 Elementary. 1.00 Medium. 2.00 Becker. 3.00 Raymond. 4.05 King Of Queens. 5.00 Frasier. 6.00 Family Feud. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.05 The Simpsons. 7.30 How I Met Your Mother. 8.00 New Girl. 8.30 Movie: G.I. Joe: Retaliation. (2013) 10.40 How I Met Your Mother. 11.40 James Corden. 12.40 Late Programs.

6.00 News. 8.00 News Mornings. 10.55 ABC Open. 11.00 News. 1.00 Parliament. 2.15 ABC News Afternoons. 3.00 ABC News Afternoons With The Business. 4.00 Grandstand. 4.55 ABC Open. 5.00 ABC News Evenings. 5.30 The Drum. 6.00 ABC News Grandstand. 7.00 The Business. 8.00 ABC National News. 8.30 Lateline. 9.00 The World. 10.00 ABC National News. 10.30 7.30. 11.00 News. 11.30 The Drum. 12.00 Late Programs.

6.00 News. 9.00 News Mornings. 10.00 One Plus One. 10.30 Australian Story. 11.00 QI. 12.00 News. 1.00 Gardening Australia. 1.30 Catalyst. 2.00 Doctor Foster. 2.55 Kevin McCloud’s. 3.45 The Bill. 4.10 Murder, She Wrote. 5.00 News. 5.30 The Drum. 6.00 QI. 7.00 News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 A Taste Of Landline. 8.30 The Level. (M) Final. 9.20 Miniseries: The Politician’s Husband. (M) 10.20 Hard Quiz. 10.50 Lateline. Final. 11.20 The Business. Final. 11.40 Adam Hills: The Last Leg. 12.20 Rage. 5.00 Rage.

6.00 Sunrise. 9.00 The Morning Show. (PG) 11.00 Golf. Australian PGA Championship. Second round. 4.00 News. 5.00 The Chase Australia. 6.00 Seven Local News. 6.30 Seven News. 7.00 Better Homes And Gardens Summer. 8.30 Movie: Tower Heist. (M) (2011) Ben Stiller, Eddie Murphy, Casey Affleck. 10.45 Australia Beyond 2020. (PG) 11.45 The Goldbergs. (M) 12.15 Mr Selfridge. (PG) 2.00 Shopping. 4.00 NBC Today.

6.00 Today. 9.00 Today Extra. 11.30 Morning News. 12.00 Ellen DeGeneres. 1.00 Movie: The Cutting Edge. (1992) 3.00 Nine News. 4.00 Afternoon News. 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat. 6.00 Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 The Secret Life Of The Zoo. (PG) 8.30 Movie: Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 1. (M) (2010) 11.20 Movie: The Astronaut’s Wife. (M) (1999) 1.30 TV Shop. 2.00 Great Getaways. 3.00 Avengers. 4.00 Global Shop. 4.30 GMA.

6.00 Family Feud. 6.30 Everyday Gourmet. 7.00 WIN News. 8.00 Ent. Tonight. (PG) 8.30 Studio 10. (PG) 11.00 The Talk. 12.00 Dr Phil. 1.00 The Living Room. (PG) Final. 2.30 Alive And Cooking. 3.00 Judge Judy. (PG) 3.30 My Market Kitchen. 4.00 Ben’s Menu. 4.30 Bold. (PG) 5.00 News. 6.00 WIN News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 The Living Room. 8.30 The Graham Norton Show. 9.30 To Be Advised. 10.30 The Odd Couple. (PG) 11.30 WIN News. 12.30 Late Programs.

6.00 WorldWatch. 2.00 A War Of Hope. 3.00 The Point Review. 3.30 Ottolenghi’s Mediterranean Island Feast. 4.30 Who Do You Think You Are? 5.30 Letters And Numbers. 6.00 Rick Stein’s Far Eastern Odyssey. 6.30 SBS World News. 7.35 David Attenborough’s Wild Singapore. 8.30 Movie: The Impossible. (M) (2012) 10.35 SBS News. 11.10 Movie: Norwegian Wood. (2010) 1.30 Lilyhammer. 2.20 Lilyhammer. 3.15 Lilyhammer. 4.05 Lilyhammer. 5.00 CCTV English News. 5.30 NHK World English News.

6.00 Children’s Programs. 7.00 Spicks And Specks. (PG) 7.30 Seconds From Disaster. (PG) 8.20 No Strings Attached. (M) 8.30 Catfish: The TV Show. (M) Return. 9.10 Luke Warm Sex. (M) 9.40 Sex Box. (MA15+) New. 10.30 Hack Live. 11.30 No Strings Attached. (PG) Final. 11.35 Inside Amy Schumer. (M) 12.00 Sexy Beasts. (M) 12.30 First Dates UK. (M) 1.20 Sun, Sex And Suspicious Parents. (M) 2.15 Seconds From Disaster. (PG) 3.05 News Update. 3.10 Close. 5.00 Children’s Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 8.30 Harry’s Practice. 9.00 Home And Away: The Early Years. 9.30 NBC Today. 12.00 Mr Selfridge. 1.00 Scandal. Final. 2.00 Grey’s Anatomy. 3.00 The Great Outdoors. 4.00 Best Houses Australia. 4.30 60 Minute Makeover. 5.30 The Border. 6.30 Seven Local News. 7.00 News. 7.30 ABBA: When Four Become One. 8.30 Selling Houses Australia. 9.30 Escape To The Country. 10.30 House Wreck Rescue. 11.30 Late Programs.

6.00 Children’s Programs. 12.30 Ben 10. (PG) 1.00 Power Rangers Dino. (PG) 1.30 Kate And Mim-Mim. 2.00 SpongeBob. 2.30 Yu-Gi-Oh! (PG) 3.00 Problem Solverz. (PG) 3.30 Yo-Kai. (PG) 4.00 Kids’ WB. (PG) 4.05 Justice League Unlimited. (PG) 4.30 Green Lantern. (PG) 5.00 Ben 10. (PG) 5.30 Movie: Material Girls. (PG) (2006) 7.30 Movie: Raise Your Voice. (PG) (2004) 9.40 Movie: The Longest Week. (M) (2014) 11.30 Mike & Molly. (M) 12.00 Late Programs.

6.00 Shopping. 8.00 Megafactories. 9.00 Snap Happy. 9.30 Fishing Edge. 10.00 M*A*S*H. 11.00 Hogan’s Heroes. 12.00 Get Smart. 1.00 Matlock. 2.00 Nash Bridges. 3.00 Jake And The Fatman. 4.00 Diagnosis Murder. 5.00 ST: Next Gen. 6.00 Family Feud. 6.30 M*A*S*H. (PG) 7.30 MacGyver. (PG) 8.30 Walker, Texas Ranger. (M) 9.30 Highlander. (M) 11.30 24: Live Another Day. 12.30 Shopping. 2.00 Hogan’s Heroes. 3.00 Walker, Texas Ranger. 4.00 Matlock. 5.00 MacGyver.

6.00 WorldWatch. 5.00 The Feed. 5.30 If You Are The One. 6.30 Soccer. A-League. Round 9. Melbourne Victory v Perth Glory. 9.15 VICE World Of Sports. (PG) 9.45 VICE News Tonight. 10.15 Cyberwar. (M) 10.45 Movie: The Crow. (MA15+) (1994) 12.35 VICE News Tonight. 1.05 States Of Undress. (M) 1.55 VICE World Of Sports. (PG) 2.25 Black Market. (PG) 2.55 Black Market. (M) 3.25 365: Every Day Documentaries. 3.30 WorldWatch.

6.00 Children’s Programs. 4.00 Odd Squad. 4.10 Matilda And The Ramsay Bunch. 4.30 Good Game: SP. 5.00 BtN Newsbreak. 5.05 So Awkward. 5.35 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. (PG) 5.55 The Legend Of Korra. 6.20 Nowhere Boys: Two Moons Rising. (PG) 6.50 BtN Newsbreak. 7.00 Horrible Histories. 7.30 Deadly 60. 8.00 Degrassi: The Next Generation. (PG) 8.20 Adventure Time. 8.45 Stoked. 9.05 Lanfeust Quest. 9.30 Sword Art Online. (PG) 9.55 K-On! (PG) 10.15 Close.

6.00 Morning Programs. 8.30 Dream Car Garage. 9.00 America’s Game: The Super Bowl Champions. 10.00 Cycling. The Pioneer. H’lights. 11.00 The Neighbors. 12.00 Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. 1.00 Bomb Hunters. 2.00 Charlie’s Angels. 3.00 Chow Masters. 4.00 Doomsday Preppers. 5.00 Classic Car Rescue. 6.00 American Pickers. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 7.30 Big Bang. 9.00 Movie: 8 Mile. (MA15+) (2002) 11.15 Late Programs.

6.00 Friends. 6.30 This Is Your Day! 7.00 Creflo. 7.30 TV Shop. 8.00 Gilmore Girls. 9.00 TV Shop. 10.30 Come Dine With Me UK. 11.00 Friends. 12.00 Movie: Nicholas Nickleby. (G) (1947) 2.15 River Cottage: Summer’s Here. 3.20 Monarch Of The Glen. 4.30 Ellen DeGeneres. 5.30 Gilmore Girls. 6.30 Friends. 7.30 Secret Dealers. 8.30 Movie: The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button. (M) (2008) 11.50 Dalziel And Pascoe. 1.00 Late Programs.

6.00 Kids’ Programs. 7.35 Pokémon. 8.00 The Barefoot Bandits. 8.35 My Little Pony. 9.00 Bob The Builder. 9.30 Crocamole. 10.00 Neighbours. 10.30 Family Ties. 11.00 JAG. 12.00 Elementary. 1.00 Medium. 2.00 Becker. 3.00 Raymond. 4.05 King Of Queens. 5.00 Frasier. 6.00 Family Feud. 6.30 Neighbours. Final. 7.05 The Simpsons. 7.30 How I Met Your Mother. 8.00 Rules Of Engagement. 8.30 Movie: Bedazzled. (2000) 10.30 Sex And The City. 11.30 James Corden. 12.30 Late Programs.

6.00 News. 8.00 News Mornings. 11.00 News. 2.00 ABC News Afternoons. 3.00 ABC News Afternoons With The Business. 4.00 Grandstand. 5.00 ABC News Evenings. 5.30 The Drum. 6.00 ABC News Grandstand. 7.00 The Business. 8.00 ABC National News. 8.30 Lateline. Final. 9.00 The World. 10.00 ABC National News. 10.30 7.30. 11.00 News. 11.30 The Drum. 12.00 BBC Impact. 12.25 ABC Open. 12.30 Lateline. Final. 1.00 Al Jazeera. 2.00 Late Programs.

6.00 Rage. (PG) 11.00 QI. (PG) 12.00 Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries. (M) 1.00 The Level. (M) Final. 1.45 Births, Deaths And Marriages. (M) 2.35 Life At 9. (PG) 3.35 Koalas: Slow Life In The Fast Lane. (PG) 4.30 Landline. Final. 5.00 Dream Build. 5.10 Grand Designs Abroad. 6.00 QI. (PG) 7.00 ABC News. 7.30 Doc Martin. (PG) 8.20 Grantchester. (M) 9.05 Inspector George Gently. (M) 10.35 Call The Midwife. (M) Final. 11.35 Rage. (MA15+) 5.00 Rage. (PG)

6.00 Shopping. 6.30 It’s Academic. 7.00 Weekend Sunrise. 10.00 Morning Show. (PG) 11.00 Golf. Australian PGA Championship. Third round. 4.00 Luxury Escapes. (PG) 4.30 News. 5.00 Creek To Coast. 5.30 Qld Weekender. 6.00 Seven News. 7.00 Movie: Saving Mr Banks. (PG) (2013) 9.45 Movie: Get The Gringo. (MA15+) (2012) 11.45 The Goldbergs. (PG) 12.10 Mr Selfridge. (M) 1.05 The Secret Life Of Students. (M) 2.00 Shopping. 4.00 It Is Written. (PG) 4.30 Sons And Daughters. (PG) 5.30 Harry’s Practice.

6.00 PAW Patrol. 6.30 Dora. 7.00 Weekend Today. 10.00 Today Extra: Saturday. 12.00 Hot In Cleveland. 12.30 Ground Floor. 1.00 Movie: Men Don’t Leave. (1990) 3.30 The Story Of The Australian Firefighters Calendar. 4.30 Cows For Cambodia. 5.00 Nine News. 5.30 Customs. 6.00 Nine News. 7.00 Movie: Puss In Boots. (2011) 8.45 Movie: Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2. (2011) 11.15 Movie: Stargate: The Ark Of Truth. (2008) 1.15 Late Programs.

6.00 Fishing Edge. 6.30 Everyday Gourmet. 7.00 RPM. 8.00 Family Feud. 8.30 Weekend Feast. 9.30 St10. (PG) 11.00 International Supercars Championship. Coates Hire Sydney 500. 5.00 News. 6.00 Territory Cops. (PG) 6.30 Scorpion. (PG) 7.30 MacGyver. 8.30 Hawaii Five-0. (M) 9.30 NCIS: LA. (M) 10.30 Elementary. (M) 11.30 48 Hours. (M) 1.30 Shopping. 5.00 Inspiration Ministries. (PG)

6.00 WorldWatch. 2.00 Small Business Secrets. 2.30 Figure Skating. ISU Grand Prix. Men’s Singles And Dance Competitions. 3.30 Cycling. Cape-To-Cape. Highlights. 4.30 Lost Kingdoms Of Central America. 5.30 Bon Appetit! Gérard Depardieu’s Europe. New. 6.30 SBS World News. 7.30 Secrets Of Britain. 8.30 Movie: What We Do In The Shadows. (2014) 10.00 EPL. Manchester City v Chelsea. 12.25 International Test Match. England v Australia. 2.30 Late Programs.

6.00 Children’s Programs. 6.20 Peter Rabbit. 6.35 Charlie And Lola. 6.50 Shaun The Sheep. 7.00 Spicks And Specks. (PG) 7.30 Penn & Teller: Fool Us. (PG) Return. 8.10 Would I Lie To You? (PG) 8.40 Rosehaven. (M) Final. 9.10 Amy Schumer: Mostly Sex Stuff. (MA15+) 9.55 Comedy Next Gen. (M) 10.50 Inside Amy Schumer. (M) 11.15 Louis Theroux’s Weird Weekends. (M) 12.05 Sexy Beasts. (M) 12.35 Lowdown. (M) 2.30 News Update. 2.35 Close. 5.00 Children’s Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 10.00 Vasili’s Garden. 10.30 House Wreck Rescue. 11.30 Best Houses Australia. 12.00 The Travel Bug. 1.00 Home In WA. 1.30 Great South East. 2.00 Creek To Coast. 2.30 Qld Weekender. 3.00 WA Weekender. 3.30 Sydney Weekender. 4.00 No Reservations. 5.00 New Zealand From Above. 6.00 Mighty Ships. 7.00 NSW Schools Spectacular. 10.00 Victorian State Schools Spectacular. 12.00 Late Programs.

6.00 Children’s Programs. 1.00 Kate And Mim-Mim. 1.30 Yu-Gi-Oh! (PG) 2.00 Yu-Gi-Oh! (PG) 2.30 LEGO Friends. 3.00 Power Rangers Dino. (PG) 3.30 Yo-Kai. (PG) 4.00 Thunderbirds Are Go. (PG) 4.30 Teen Titans. (PG) 5.00 Scooby-Doo! Haunted Holidays. 5.30 Batman. (PG) 6.00 Movie: Dinosaur Island. (PG) (2014) 7.45 Movie: Yours, Mine And Ours. (PG) (2005) 9.30 Movie: Planes, Trains & Automobiles. (M) (1987) 11.30 Adult Swim. (MA15+) 12.00 Late Programs.

6.00 Shopping. 8.00 Get Smart. 9.00 World Sport. 9.30 Operation Repo. 10.00 Jake And The Fatman. 11.00 ST: Next Gen. 12.00 All 4 Adventure. 1.00 MacGyver. 2.00 Monster Jam. 3.00 The Offroad Adventure Show. 4.00 4x4 Adventures. 5.00 M*A*S*H. 5.30 Escape Fishing With ET. 6.00 Last Man Standing. 6.30 Freddie Down Under. New. 7.30 Extreme Fisherman. 8.30 Nature’s Great Events. 9.30 48 Hours. 10.30 Moments Of Impact. 11.30 Megastructures Breakdown. 12.30 Late Programs.

6.00 WorldWatch. 3.10 VICE News Tonight. 4.10 States Of Undress. (PG) 5.00 States Of Undress. (M) 5.55 If You Are The One. 7.05 VICE World Of Sports. (PG) 7.35 Weediquette. (M) 8.30 Movie: Wish I Was Here. (2014) 10.35 Movie: Garden State. (MA15+) (2004) 12.20 Weediquette. (M) 1.10 Noisey. (M) 2.00 VICE World Of Sports. (PG) 2.30 F*ck That’s Delicious. (MA15+) 3.25 365: Every Day Documentaries. 3.30 WorldWatch.

6.00 Children’s Programs. 3.20 You’re Skitting Me. 3.35 The Penguins Of Madagascar. 4.00 Odd Squad. 4.10 Matilda And The Ramsay Bunch. 4.30 Bushwhacked! 4.55 Let’s Go! 5.05 So Awkward. 5.35 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. (PG) 5.55 The Legend Of Korra. 6.25 House Of Anubis. 6.50 Kick. 6.55 The Adventures Of Figaro Pho. 7.00 Horrible Histories. 7.30 Deadly 60 On A Mission. 8.00 Degrassi: The Next Generation. (PG) 8.20 Adventure Time. 8.45 Stoked. 9.05 Heart And Soul. 9.30 Close.

6.00 2015 Pro Tour. Replay. 7.00 2015 Pro Tour. Replay. 11.00 MXTV. 11.30 Classic Car Rescue. 12.30 Champions Trophy. 1.00 River To Reef. 1.30 The AFN Fishing Show. 2.30 Adventure Angler. 3.00 The Next Level. 3.30 Mark Berg’s Fishing Addiction. 4.30 Big Angry Fish. 5.30 Ultimate Fishing. 6.30 Deadly Seas. 7.30 Cowboys Of The Sea. 8.30 Wicked Tuna. Return. 9.30 American Hoggers. 10.30 Outback Hunters. 11.30 Late Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 7.30 Foot Support. 8.00 Danoz. 8.30 TV Shop. 9.00 River Cottage: Summer’s Here. 10.05 Monarch Of The Glen. 11.15 Movie: Saraband For Dead Lovers. (G) (1948) 1.15 Movie: The Monte Carlo Story. (PG) (1957) 3.20 Movie: Khartoum. (G) (1966) 6.00 Vacation Vacation Vacation. New. 7.20 The Great British Sewing Bee. New. 8.40 The Great Chelsea Garden Challenge. 9.50 River Cottage: Vegetables. New. 10.50 World’s Most Expensive Food. 11.50 Late Programs.

6.00 Toasted TV. 6.05 Pokémon. 7.00 Lexi & Lottie Dynamic Detectives. 7.30 Baby Animals In Our World. 8.00 Totally Wild. 8.30 Scope. 9.05 The Loop. (PG) 11.35 Neighbours. 2.05 Charmed. (PG) 5.00 Frasier. (PG) 6.00 Movie: Diary Of A Wimpy Kid. (PG) (2010) 8.00 Fresh Off The Boat. (PG) 8.30 Fresh Off The Boat. (PG) 9.00 New Girl. (PG) 10.00 Sex And The City. (M) 10.40 Sex And The City. (MA15+) 11.20 The Loop. (PG) 1.50 Charmed. (PG) 5.00 Touched By An Angel. (PG)

6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 News. 12.30 World This Week. 1.00 News. 1.30 The Mix. 2.00 News. 2.30 Foreign Corre. 3.00 News. 3.30 The Drum Weekly. 4.00 News. 4.30 One Plus One. 5.00 ABC News Weekend. 5.30 Australian Story. 6.00 ABC News Weekend. 6.30 The Mix. 7.00 Four Corners. 7.45 One Plus One. 8.00 ABC News Weekend. 8.30 Australia Wide. 9.00 News. 9.30 Back Roads. 10.00 News. 10.30 One Plus One. 11.00 Press Club. 12.00 Late Programs. SFT

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7 Day TV Guide 6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 A Taste Of Landline. 12.30 Back Roads. 1.00 Wild Life At The Zoo. 1.30 The Mix. 2.00 Soccer. W-League. Round 5. Newcastle Jets v Sydney FC. 4.30 Gruen Planet. 5.10 Doc Martin. 6.00 QI. 7.00 ABC News Sunday. 7.40 Joanna Lumley’s Japan. 8.30 Poldark. Final. 9.30 Movie: Carlotta. (2014) 11.05 Hockney. 12.55 loudQUIETloud: A Film About The Pixies. 2.20 Rage. 3.35 loudQUIETloud: A Film About The Pixies. 5.00 Insiders. Final.

6.00 Dr Oz. (PG) 7.00 Weekend Sunrise. 10.00 Morning Show. (PG) 11.00 Golf. Australian PGA Championship. Final round. 4.00 Better Homes. 5.00 News. 5.30 Great South East. 6.00 News. 7.00 Sunday Night. 8.00 Border Security: America’s Frontline. (PG) 8.30 Movie: The Shawshank Redemption. (M) (1994) 11.30 Car Crash TV. (PG) 12.00 The Big Adventure. (PG) 1.30 Harry’s Practice. 2.00 Shopping. 3.30 Harry’s Practice. 4.00 NBC Press. 5.00 News. 5.30 Sunrise.

6.00 PAW Patrol. 6.30 Dora. 7.00 Weekend Today. 10.00 The Conversation. 10.30 My Surf TV. 11.00 The Wild Life Of Tim Faulkner. 11.30 The Wildlife Man Featuring David Ireland. 12.30 Cricket. One-Day International Series. Australia v New Zealand. Game 1. Afternoon session. 6.00 Nine News. 6.30 Cricket. One-Day International Series. Australia v New Zealand. Game 1. Evening session. 9.20 60 Minutes. 10.20 Killer On The Line. 11.20 Public Morals. 12.20 Late Programs.

6.00 Mass. 6.30 Hillsong. 7.00 Joseph Prince. 7.30 Joel Osteen. 8.00 Fishing Australia. 8.30 Everyday Gourmet. 9.00 Animal Extra. 9.30 St10. (PG) 11.00 Motor Racing. Supercars Championship. Sydney 500. Top 10 Shootout and Race 29. 5.00 News. 6.00 Family Feud: Sunday. 6.30 All-Star Family Feud. (PG) 7.30 Modern Family. (PG) 8.30 Movie: We Bought A Zoo. (PG) (2011) 11.05 48 Hours. (M) 1.00 Shopping. 4.30 CBS Morning.

6.00 WorldWatch. 9.30 Soccer. EPL. Manchester City v Chelsea. Replay. 12.00 Speedweek. 2.00 Basketball. NBL. Round 9. Melbourne United v New Zealand Breakers. 4.00 WorldWatch. 5.00 Small Business Secrets. 5.35 After Hitler. 6.30 SBS World News. 7.30 This Is Greece With Michael Scott. 8.30 Shakespeare’s Tomb. 9.25 Miniseries: The Hollow Crown. 11.55 Battle Of Kings: Bannockburn. 1.35 Movie: Ida. (2013) 3.05 Late Programs.

6.00 Children’s Programs. 5.50 Fireman Sam. 6.00 Hoot Hoot Go! 6.10 Octonauts. 6.20 Peter Rabbit. 6.35 Charlie And Lola. 6.50 Shaun The Sheep. 7.00 Spicks And Specks. 7.30 The Hoarder Next Door. (M) 8.20 The Checkout: Snack Size. (PG) 8.30 Movie: Citizenfour. (M) (2014) 10.20 Four Corners. 11.05 Sex Box. (MA15+) 11.50 Inside Amy Schumer. (M) 12.15 Sexy Beasts. (M) Final. 12.40 Catfish: The TV Show. (M) 3.30 News Update. 3.35 Close. 5.00 Children’s Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 8.00 David Jeremiah. 8.30 Shopping. 9.30 Inside Volleyball. 10.00 Home And Away Catch-Up. 1.00 Original Features. 2.00 No Reservations. 3.00 New Zealand From Above. 4.00 New Zealand On A Plate. 4.30 Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook. 5.00 House Wreck Rescue. 6.00 The Zoo. 6.30 Animal Airport. 7.00 Dog Patrol. 7.30 Escape To The Country. 9.30 The Art Of The Architect. 10.30 Original Features. 11.30 Late Programs.

6.00 Children’s Programs. 11.30 Ninjago: Masters Of Spinjitzu. (PG) 12.00 LEGO Friends. 12.30 SpongeBob. 1.00 Sonic Boom. (PG) 1.30 Power Rangers Dino. (PG) 2.00 Yu-Gi-Oh! (PG) 2.30 Yu-Gi-Oh! (PG) 3.00 Gumball. 3.30 We Bare Bears. (PG) New. 4.00 Justice League Unlimited. (PG) 4.30 Justice League Unlimited. 5.00 Thunderbirds Are Go. (PG) 5.30 Movie: Monte Carlo. (PG) (2011) 7.40 Movie: First Daughter. (PG) (2004) 9.50 Movie: Whip It! (M) (2009) 12.00 Late Programs.

6.00 Shopping. 8.00 World Sport. 8.30 GT Academy. 9.00 Puppy Academy. 10.00 24-7 Heroes. 11.00 Operation Repo. 11.30 Snap Happy. 12.00 Far Flung. 1.00 Megafactories. 2.00 Monster Jam. 3.00 Megafactories. 4.00 Megastructures Breakdown. 5.00 People Of The Vines. 5.30 iFish. 6.00 Family Feud: Sunday. 6.30 M*A*S*H. 7.30 CSI: Cyber. 8.30 Echo: The Unforgettable Elephant. 9.30 Movie: Seal Team Eight: Behind Enemy Lines. (MA15+) (2014) 11.30 Undercover Boss. 12.30 Late Programs.

6.00 WorldWatch. 10.00 WorldWatch. 6.00 If You Are The One. 7.10 Great Minds With Dan Harmon. (PG) 7.35 South Park. (M) 8.05 Balls Deep. (M) 8.30 States Of Undress. (PG) 9.25 Black Market. (PG) 9.50 Black Market. (MA15+) 10.20 Full Frontal With Samantha Bee. (M) 10.50 South Park. (M) 11.20 Weediquette. (M) 12.10 Noisey. (M) 1.00 States Of Undress. (PG) 1.50 Black Market. (PG) 2.20 Black Market. (MA15+) 3.20 WorldWatch.

6.00 Children’s Programs. 2.50 Sunday Sessions. 3.20 Children’s Programs. 4.00 Odd Squad. 4.10 Matilda And The Ramsay Bunch. 4.30 Bushwhacked! 5.05 So Awkward. 5.35 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. (PG) 5.55 The Legend Of Korra. (PG) 6.25 House Of Anubis. 6.55 The Adventures Of Figaro Pho. 7.00 Horrible Histories. (PG) 7.30 Deadly 60. 8.00 Degrassi: The Next Generation. (PG) 8.20 Adventure Time. 8.45 Stoked. 9.05 Heart And Soul. (PG) 9.30 Rage. (PG) 2.05 Close.

6.00 Shopping. 6.30 Hook, Line And Sinker. 7.30 Shopping. 9.30 Dream Car Garage. 10.00 Big Angry Fish. 11.00 Ultimate Fishing. 12.00 Goldfathers. 2.00 Ultimate Factories. 3.00 Billy The Exterminator. 4.00 Seinfeld. 7.00 Movie: Jaws 3. (PG) (1983) 9.00 Movie: Wanted. (MA15+) (2008) 11.15 1000 Ways To Die. 12.15 Locked Up Abroad. 1.30 Billy The Exterminator. 2.00 Goldfathers. 3.00 Ultimate Factories. 4.00 Late Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 7.00 New Hope Ministries: New Hope On The Road. 7.30 Beyond Today. 8.00 Key Of David. 8.30 TV Shop. 10.00 Movie: The Railway Children. (G) (1970) 12.10 Great Getaways. 1.10 Movie: Annie Get Your Gun. (G) (1950) 3.20 Movie: Northwest Passage. (PG) (1940) 6.00 Cricket. One-Day International Series. Aust v NZ. Game 1. Evening session. 6.30 Border Rico. 7.00 Agatha Christie’s Marple. 9.00 Major Crimes. 10.00 Rizzoli & Isles. 11.00 Late Programs.

6.00 Kids’ Programs. 7.35 Pokémon. 8.30 Scaredy Squirrel. 9.00 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. 10.00 Lexi & Lottie Dynamic Detectives. 10.30 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. 11.00 Brady Bunch. 12.00 Family Ties. 1.00 Cheers. 2.00 Becker. 3.00 Raymond. 4.00 King Of Queens. 5.00 Frasier. 6.00 Family Feud: Sunday. 6.30 Raymond. 7.30 The Simpsons. 8.00 The Simpsons. 8.30 The Graham Norton Show. 9.30 Party Down South. 10.30 Sex And The City. 11.50 King Of Queens. 12.20 Late Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 News. 12.30 Landline. Final. 1.00 News. 1.30 One Plus One. 2.00 News. 2.30 Offsiders. 3.00 News. 3.30 The Mix. 4.00 News. 4.30 Catalyst. 5.00 ABC News Weekend. 5.30 Foreign Corre. 6.00 ABC News Weekend. 6.30 Back Roads. 7.00 Insiders. 8.00 ABC News Weekend. 8.30 One Plus One. 9.00 News. 9.30 Australia Wide. 10.00 News. 10.30 Conflict Zone. 11.00 Landline. 11.30 World This Week. Final. 12.00 Late Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 News. 1.00 Gardening Australia. 1.30 Catalyst. 2.00 Poldark. Final. 3.00 Joanna Lumley’s Japan. 3.45 The Bill. 4.15 Murder, She Wrote. 5.00 News. 5.30 The Drum. 6.00 QI. 7.00 News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Back Roads. 8.30 Restoration Man. 9.20 Who Flew First: Challenging The Wright Brothers. 10.15 Silent Witness. 11.15 The Mix. 11.45 Golf. USPGA Tour. Hero World Challenge. Highlights. 12.40 Rage. 4.00 Silent Witness. 5.05 New Inventors. 5.30 The Bill.

6.00 Sunrise. 9.00 The Morning Show. (PG) 11.30 News. 12.00 Movie: Stolen Youth. (M) (1996) 2.00 The Daily Edition. 3.00 The Chase. 4.00 News. 5.00 The Chase Australia. 6.00 Seven Local News. 6.30 News. 7.00 Home And Away. (PG) 7.30 The Big Bang Theory. (PG) 8.30 Movie: Gladiator. (M) (2000) 11.40 Car Crash TV. (PG) 12.10 Packed To The Rafters. (PG) 1.05 Formal Wars. (PG) 2.00 Shopping. 4.00 NBC Today. 5.00 News. 5.30 Sunrise.

6.00 Today. 9.00 Today Extra. 11.30 Morning News. 12.00 Ellen DeGeneres. 1.00 Movie: Romantic Comedy. (1983) 3.00 News Now. 4.00 Afternoon News. 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat. 6.00 Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 RBT. (PG) 8.30 Movie: Mission: Impossible. (M) (1996) 10.45 Person Of Interest. (MA15+) 11.45 Undateable. (M) 12.10 A.D. Kingdom And Empire. 1.00 Extra. 1.30 TV Shop. 2.00 Danoz. 2.30 Global Shop. 3.00 Skippy. 3.30 GMA. 5.00 News. 5.30 Today.

6.00 Family Feud. 6.30 Everyday Gourmet. 7.00 WIN News. 8.00 Ent. Tonight. 8.30 Studio 10. 11.00 The Talk. 12.00 Dr Phil. 1.00 Bondi Vet. 2.00 Ent. Tonight. 2.30 Alive And Cooking. 3.00 Judge Judy. 3.30 My Market Kitchen. 4.00 Ben’s Menu. 4.30 Bold. (PG) 5.00 News. 6.00 WIN News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 AllStar Family Feud. 8.30 Life In Pieces. (PG) 9.30 Just For Laughs Montreal Comedy Festival. (M) 11.00 The Odd Couple. (PG) 11.30 WIN News. 12.30 Late Programs.

6.00 WorldWatch. 2.00 André Rieu: Falling In Love In Maastricht. 3.00 Soccer. FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup. Highlights. 4.00 Coasts Of Ireland. 4.55 The Incredible Spice Men. 5.30 Letters And Numbers. 6.00 Rick Stein’s Far Eastern Odyssey. 6.30 SBS World News. 7.30 The Supervet. 8.30 O.J. Simpson: Made In America. 10.15 VICE World Of Sports. 10.45 SBS News. 11.15 The World Game. 11.45 Rectify. 12.40 Late Programs. 5.00 CCTV English News. 5.30 Late Programs.

6.00 Children’s Programs. 6.20 Peter Rabbit. 6.35 Charlie And Lola. 6.50 Shaun The Sheep. 7.00 Spicks And Specks. (PG) 7.30 Class. Final. 8.20 Gruen Planet: Cutdowns. (PG) 8.30 Louis Theroux: America’s Most Dangerous Pets. (M) 9.30 Humans. 10.20 Inside Amy Schumer. (MA15+) Final. 10.45 Peep Show. (M) 11.10 Movie: Citizenfour. (M) (2014) 1.00 Peep Show. (M) 1.25 Sun, Sex And Suspicious Parents. (M) 2.25 News Update. 2.30 Close. 5.00 Children’s Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 8.30 Harry’s Practice. 9.00 Home And Away: The Early Years. 9.30 NBC Today. 10.30 NBC Press. 11.30 Best Houses Australia. 12.00 The Dr Oz Show. 1.00 The Art Of The Architect. 2.00 Grey’s Anatomy. 3.00 The Great Outdoors. 4.00 Escape To The Country. 5.00 60 Minute Makeover. 6.00 Deal Or No Deal. 6.30 Seven Local News. 7.00 News. 7.30 Rosemary & Thyme. 8.30 Foyle’s War. 10.30 Downton Abbey. 11.30 Late Programs.

6.00 Children’s Programs. 12.00 Movie: Pokémon: The First Movie. (G) (1999) 2.00 Rabbids Invasion. (PG) 2.30 Yu-Gi-Oh! (PG) 3.00 Beyblade Burst. 3.30 Regal Academy. 4.00 The Powerpuff Girls. (PG) Return. 4.30 We Bare Bears. (PG) 5.00 Ben 10. (PG) Return. 5.30 Teen Titans. (PG) 6.00 Regular Show. (PG) 6.30 Adv Time. (PG) 7.00 The Middle. (PG) 7.30 Science Of Stupid. (M) 8.00 Top Gear. (PG) 9.30 Movie: Haywire. (M) (2011) 11.30 Two And A Half Men. (PG) 12.00 Late Programs.

6.00 Shopping. 8.00 Megafactories. 9.00 Nature’s Great Events. (PG) 10.00 M*A*S*H. (PG) 11.00 Hogan’s Heroes. 12.00 Get Smart. (PG) 1.00 Matlock. (M) 2.00 Nash Bridges. (M) 3.00 Jake And The Fatman. (PG) 4.00 Diagnosis Murder. (PG) 5.00 ST: Next Gen. (PG) 6.00 Family Feud. 6.30 M*A*S*H. (PG) 7.30 Undercover Boss. (PG) 8.30 Movie: Man On Fire. (M) (2004) 11.30 The League. (MA15+) 12.30 Shopping. 2.00 Diagnosis Murder. 3.00 Matlock. 4.00 Nash Bridges. 5.00 Jake And The Fatman.

6.00 WorldWatch. 6.35 VICE World Of Sports. 7.05 VICE News Tonight. 7.30 The Feed. 8.00 Travel Man. (PG) 8.30 F*ck That’s Delicious. (M) 9.00 F*ck That’s Delicious. (MA15+) 9.25 Dead Set On Life. 9.55 Dead Set On Life. (MA15+) 10.20 Movie: The Rise. (2013) 12.20 VICE News Tonight. 12.55 The Feed. 1.25 F*ck That’s Delicious. (M) 1.50 F*ck That’s Delicious. (MA15+) 2.20 Dead Set On Life. 2.50 Dead Set On Life. (MA15+) 3.20 WorldWatch.

6.00 Children’s Programs. 3.35 The Penguins Of Madagascar. 4.00 Odd Squad. 4.10 Matilda And The Ramsay Bunch. 4.30 Bushwhacked! 5.00 BtN Newsbreak. 5.05 So Awkward. 5.35 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. (PG) 5.55 The Legend Of Korra. 6.25 House Of Anubis. 6.50 BtN Newsbreak. 7.00 Horrible Histories. 7.30 Nowhere Boys: Two Moons Rising. (PG) 8.00 Degrassi: The Next Generation. (PG) 8.20 Adventure Time. 8.45 Stoked. 9.05 Heart And Soul. 9.35 Rage. (PG) 10.35 Close.

6.00 NFL. Week 13. Atlanta Falcons v Kansas City Chiefs. Continued. 7.30 NFL. Week 13. Pittsburgh Steelers v New York Giants. 11.00 Dream Car Garage. 11.30 NFL. Week 13. Seattle Seahawks v Carolina Panthers. 3.00 Goldfathers. 4.00 Doomsday Preppers. 5.00 MythBusters. 6.00 American Pickers. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 7.30 Car Crash TV. 8.00 Surveillance Oz. 8.30 Australia’s Deadliest. 9.00 Klondike Gold Fever. 10.00 Prospectors. 11.00 Late Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 8.00 Gilmore Girls. 9.00 TV Shop. 9.30 Danoz. 10.30 Come Dine With Me UK. 11.00 Friends. 12.00 Movie: Twice Round The Daffodils. (PG) (1962) 1.50 Come Dine With Me UK. 2.20 Walking The Nile. 3.20 Heartbeat. 4.30 Ellen DeGeneres. 5.30 Gilmore Girls. 6.30 Friends. 7.30 David Attenborough’s The Blue Planet. 8.40 Ready For Takeoff. 9.40 Weird Wonders Of The World. 10.50 Death Row Stories. (M) 11.50 Late Programs.

6.00 Toasted TV. 6.05 Pound Puppies. 6.30 Sidekick. 7.05 Cardfight!! Vanguard G. 7.35 Pokémon. 8.00 Totally Wild. 8.35 My Little Pony. 9.00 Bob The Builder. 9.30 Crocamole. 10.00 Dr Quinn. 11.00 JAG. 12.00 Elementary. 2.00 Becker. 3.00 Raymond. 4.05 King Of Queens. 5.00 Frasier. 6.00 Family Feud. 6.30 Raymond. 7.00 The Simpsons. 7.30 How I Met Your Mother. 8.00 Fresh Off The Boat. 8.30 Fresh Off The Boat. 9.00 Movie: The Blair Witch Project. (1999) 11.00 Scream Queens. 12.00 Late Programs.

6.00 News. 8.00 News Mornings. 10.55 ABC Open. 11.00 News. 2.00 ABC News Afternoons. 4.55 ABC Open. 5.00 ABC News Evenings. 5.30 The Drum. 6.00 ABC News Evenings. 8.00 ABC National News. 8.30 7.30. 9.00 The World. 10.00 ABC National News. 10.30 A Taste Of Landline. 11.00 News. 11.30 The Drum. 12.00 BBC Impact. 12.25 ABC Open. 12.30 BBC Impact. 1.00 Al Jazeera. 2.00 BBC Global. 2.25 ABC Open. 2.30 7.30. 3.00 BBC Global. 3.30 Late Programs.

6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 News. 1.00 Gardening Australia. 1.30 Catalyst. 2.00 Restoration Man. 2.50 Big Boss. 3.15 The Cook And The Chef. 3.45 The Bill. 4.15 Murder, She Wrote. 5.00 News. 5.30 The Drum. 6.00 QI. 7.00 News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Simply Nigella. 8.30 Rick Stein: From Venice To Istanbul. 9.30 Glenn Murcutt: Spirit Of Place. 10.35 Silent Witness. 11.35 Stephen Fry: Out There. 12.35 Late Programs. 4.00 Silent Witness. 5.05 Late Programs.

6.00 Sunrise. 9.00 The Morning Show. (PG) 11.30 News. 12.00 Movie: An American Affair. (M) (1997) 2.00 The Daily Edition. 3.00 The Chase. 4.00 News. 5.00 The Chase Australia. 6.00 Seven Local News. 6.30 News. 7.00 Home And Away. (PG) 7.30 First Dates UK. (M) 8.40 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares. (M) 9.40 Never Teach Your Wife To Drive. (PG) 10.40 Chicago Fire. (M) 11.35 Grey’s Anatomy. (M) 12.30 Mr Selfridge. (M) 1.30 Cougar Town. (M) 2.00 Shopping. 4.00 NBC Today. 5.00 News. 5.30 Sunrise.

6.00 Today. 9.00 Today Extra. 11.30 Morning News. 12.00 Extra. 12.30 Cricket. One-Day International Series. Australia v New Zealand. Game 2. Afternoon session. 5.00 Hot Seat. 5.30 Cricket. One-Day International Series. Australia v New Zealand. Game 2. Evening session. 6.00 Nine News. 6.30 Cricket. One-Day International Series. Australia v New Zealand. Game 2. Evening session. Continued. 9.20 Movie: Days Of Thunder. (1990) 11.20 20/20. 12.30 Late Programs.

6.00 Family Feud. 6.30 Everyday Gourmet. 7.00 WIN News. 8.00 Ent. Tonight. (PG) 8.30 Studio 10. (PG) 11.00 The Talk. 12.00 Dr Phil. 1.00 Bondi Vet. (PG) 2.00 Ent. Tonight. 2.30 Alive And Cooking. 3.00 Judge Judy. (PG) 3.30 My Market Kitchen. 4.00 Ben’s Menu. 4.30 Bold. (PG) 5.00 News. 6.00 WIN News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 Modern Family. (PG) 8.30 NCIS. (M) 9.30 NCIS: LA. (M) 10.30 NCIS: New Orleans. (M) 11.30 WIN News. 12.30 Late Programs.

6.00 WorldWatch. 2.00 Nana Ou-Yang. 2.30 Good Listening. 3.00 Trawlermen. 3.30 Allergies: Modern Life And Me. 4.30 The Burrowers. 5.30 Letters And Numbers. 6.00 Rick Stein’s Far Eastern Odyssey. 6.30 SBS World News. 7.30 Who Do You Think You Are? 8.30 The Mekong River. 9.30 Exodus: Our Journey To Europe. 10.40 SBS News. 11.10 Lilyhammer. 12.10 Movie: On The Path. (2010) 2.00 24 Hours In Emergency. 2.55 24 Hours In Police Custody. 3.50 Late Programs.

6.00 Children’s Programs. 5.35 Peppa Pig. 5.50 Fireman Sam. 6.00 Hoot Hoot Go! 6.10 Octonauts. 6.20 Peter Rabbit. 6.35 Charlie And Lola. 6.50 Shaun The Sheep. 7.00 Spicks And Specks. (PG) 7.30 Winter Wipeout. 8.30 Good Game. (M) Final. 9.30 Play To Win. 10.30 Peep Show. (M) 10.55 Humans. 11.45 Revenge Porn. (M) 12.35 Peep Show. (M) 1.00 Winter Wipeout. 2.05 News Update. 2.10 Close. 5.00 Babar And The Adventures Of Badou. 5.20 Elmo The Musical. 5.35 Children’s Programs.

6.00 Shopping. 7.00 ZooMoo Lost. 7.30 The Wild Adventures Of Blinky Bill. 8.00 Jay’s Jungle. 8.30 Harry’s Practice. 9.00 Home And Away: The Early Years. 9.30 NBC Today. 12.00 Dr Oz. 1.00 Mr Selfridge. 3.30 The Great Outdoors. 4.30 Surf Patrol. 5.00 60 Minute Makeover. 6.00 Deal Or No Deal. 6.30 Seven Local News. 7.00 News. 7.30 The Indian Doctor. 8.30 Endeavour. 10.30 Downton Abbey. 11.30 Bargain Hunt. 12.30 Late Programs.

6.00 Children’s Programs. 1.30 Regular Show. (PG) 2.00 Rabbids Invasion. (PG) 2.30 Yu-Gi-Oh! (PG) 3.00 Beyblade Burst. 3.30 Regal Academy. 4.00 The Powerpuff Girls. (PG) 4.30 We Bare Bears. (PG) 5.00 Ben 10. (PG) 5.30 Teen Titans. (PG) 6.00 Regular Show. (PG) 6.30 Adv Time. (PG) 7.00 The Middle. (PG) 7.30 Outback Wrangler. (PG) 8.30 Movie: Cliffhanger. (M) (1993) 10.45 Two And A Half Men. (PG) 11.15 South Beach Tow. (M) 11.45 A To Z. (PG) 12.15 Late Programs.

6.00 Shopping. 8.00 Moments Of Impact. (PG) 9.00 Megafactories. (PG) 10.00 M*A*S*H. (PG) 11.00 Hogan’s Heroes. 12.00 Get Smart. (PG) 1.00 Matlock. 3.00 Jake And The Fatman. (PG) 4.00 Diagnosis Murder. (PG) 5.00 ST: Next Gen. (PG) 6.00 Family Feud. 6.30 M*A*S*H. (PG) 7.30 48 Hours. (M) 8.30 Hillary: The Man Who Conquered Everest. (PG) 10.30 Rosewood. Final. 11.30 Nash Bridges. (M) 12.30 Shopping. 2.00 Diagnosis Murder. 3.00 Monster Jam. 4.00 Jake And The Fatman. 5.00 ST: Next Gen.

6.00 WorldWatch. 4.00 Man Vs Fly. (PG) 4.05 Daria. (PG) 4.35 VICE News Tonight. 5.05 The Feed. 5.35 If You Are The One. 6.35 Dead Set On Life. 7.05 VICE News Tonight. 7.35 The Feed. 8.00 Full Frontal With Samantha Bee. (M) 8.30 Gaycation. (MA15+) 9.20 Noisey. 10.10 Movie: Crossroads. (1986) 12.00 VICE News Tonight. 12.30 The Feed. 1.00 Gaycation. (MA15+) 1.50 Noisey. 2.40 365: Every Day Documentaries. 2.45 WorldWatch.

6.00 Children’s Programs. 3.35 The Penguins Of Madagascar. 4.00 Odd Squad. 4.10 Matilda And The Ramsay Bunch. 4.30 Bushwhacked! 5.00 BtN Newsbreak. 5.05 So Awkward. 5.35 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. (PG) 5.55 The Legend Of Korra. (PG) 6.20 Let’s Go! 6.25 House Of Anubis. 6.50 BtN Newsbreak. 7.00 Horrible Histories. (PG) 7.30 Deadly 60. 8.00 Degrassi: The Next Generation. (PG) 8.20 Adventure Time. 8.45 Stoked. 9.05 Heart And Soul. 9.35 Rage. (PG) 10.35 Close.

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★★★★★★★★ ★★★★★★★★ ARIES—March 21-April 20 A workmate and/or neighbour may choose to disagree b u t d o n ’t t a k e t h a t a s a v o t e o f n o n c o n f i d e n c e . Corresspondence coming your way requires careful interpretation before you reply. TAURUS—April 21-May 22 A friend may invite you to share the limelight. Be sure not to steal the show. Plans are activated after the weekend and a faraway goal is suddenly within your reach. GEMINI—May 23-June 21 Your partner may be prone to exaggeration while you may be understating the facts. A volunteer assignment may prove beneficial to your professional status. In negotiations, you gain the edge. CANCER—June 22-July 22 You capture the limelight this week and gain a rare opportunity for telling your feelings to a large audience. Partnership arrangements require more consideration than you may be giving. LEO—July 23-August 22 An absent minded streak may surface during this week, so make an effort to double check appointments and write down messages. Some good financial news may arrive by the weekend. VIRGO—August 23-September 22 Friends are more sincere, workmates more demanding and family more disorganized than usual. This a good week for a bargain. There may be a bargain or two just waiting for you. LIBRA—September 23-October 22 Communication tie ups are a way of life until the weekend, but eventually you get the message across. A romantic interest becomes more interested and a friend proves his/her loyalty. SCORPIO—October 23-November 21 This week sees you sorting priorities and spending time with an ailing friend or relative. Communications improve dramatically, though the message may be broadcast more widely than you realize. SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22 A companion may be more reserved than usual, but resist the urge to pry or hover.Work responsibilities demand a mixture of creative thinking and old fashioned hard work. CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20 The keyword this week is restraint. It’s easy to be carried away in the areas of spending and dining. Travel planning is favoured, but be wary of unbelievable bargains. AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19 A friend or colleague may be less than gracious in accepting your apologies, but don’t force the issue. Job prospects brighten. Family tensions ease thanks to your commonsense decision PISCES—February 20-March 20 It’s time to stop carrying that grudge. This is the week to stop thinking of others and to get on with your life. Bright ideas will add to your popularity. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK All you see is love and beauty. Even on a shoestring budget, you make sure you have a great environment. You are intensly loyal, but sometimes a bit too possessive. A lighter grip should mean a brighter romantic picture.

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FREE TIMES gardening columnist BEATRICE HAWKINS talks up the humble spud this week and also shares some interesting tips and trivia... POTATOES: A wonderful vegetable, so versatile, so much a part of healthy diet and so easy to grow. I planted some earlier in an effort to break up the heavy clay soil so I could then plant shrubs. They were doing very well until the dreaded caterpillars moved in! Before I knew what was happening they had eaten all the leaves from the plants. “Well,” I thought, “that’s the end of that!” I didn’t think the potatoes were far enough advanced when the damage happened to produce anything. So this week I thought I’d dig up the area and plant the hydrangeas and azaleas that I wanted there. Imagine my surprise when I started turning up potatoes of all sizes. I ended up with a two gallon bucket almost full of all different sizes. Tiny potatoes boiled, then a little butter and fresh chives added, yumm! and enough to give away. That’s what I like about vegie gardening - sharing surplus with friends and neighbours. The rockmelons and watermelons are setting fruit so I am looking forward to them maturing in a few weeks. The cucumbers are fruiting well. The first lettuce are finished and the next crop progressing. The beans are flowering so bean salad and potato salad will be on the menu soon along with coleslaw from the savoy cabbages that somehow escaped the caterpillar onslaught. Spinach quiche, fresh tomatoes

poisonous by Europeans for more than 200 years and by many Americans prior to the civil war. Fact 3: Small pockets of air inside cranberries cause them to bounce and float. Cranberries, which like to grow in swampy areas, are harvested by flooding the area, agitating the water to release the berries from the bushes, containing the floating berries with a boom, and scooping them up with front end loaders. Although cranberries are not grown in Australia there are riberries or “rainberries” as they have been renamed, a native rainforest berry similar in flavour and colour to cranberries. They are grown organically and marketed from the Sunshine Coast hinterland. Fact 4: Bamboo is the fastest growing woody plant in the world. Some varieties can grow as much as 35 inches in a day. There are 91 genera of bamboo and more than 1000 species from small shrubs to large timber varieties.

If you plant them they will grow. and beetroot and the meal is complete, all from my small garden. The hydrangeas and azaleas are now in the ground and doing well. It is a spot that gets morning sun, afternoon shade and is protected from the wind. It will be the view from the windows of two bedrooms so I hope they do well. Should be an improvement on the current view of a high Colorbond fence! I had also cut the petunias back because they were becoming very straggly. I felt mean doing it as they were still flowering well! However, they have been well fertilised, watered and mulched and are all sprouting from the base again. With a little care I should have a good display again for Christmas.

Some garden trivia to amuse and inform us Fact 1: it is believed the first potatoes were cultivated in Peru approximately 7000 years ago and brought to Spain in the 1500s by Basque sailors and to Ireland by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1589. It took only four decades for potatoes to spread across the rest of Europe. There are about 5000 varieties, mostly originating from South America. Fact 2: Tomato juice is the official beverage of the state of Ohio honouring A.W. Livingston of Reynoldsburg, Ohio, who played a large part in popularising tomatoes in America in the late 1800s. Tomatoes were erroneously considered

Last week I said watch this space for further trips to be planned by the Horticultural Society. While I realise it is months away, planning is already well underway. The Society is claiming the date: Saturday July 8th 2017 as they will be taking a bus to the Queensland Garden Expo at Nambour. Put the date in your diary and plan to join us for a very interesting and enjoyable day out.

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ACROSS DOWN ACROSS Cryptic Clues 1. Visitoryet (6)punctual? (4,2,4). 6. CRYPTIC Exile (10)PUZZLE NO. 7451 ACROSS 6. You’ll give your seat to? Champion! (5,2,3). 8. Dries out the sari (4). 9. The model to end all models? (4). 10. Find the lost, broken, washer among the implements (5). 11. Not what “pass” means to a bridge player (4). 12. On getting free, untie me in a jiffy (3,6). 16. The sex criminal is found working in a hospital (9). 20. Knock off at a quarter to, when it gets quiet (4). 22. The bird will get out having got trapped again (5). 23. Go round with a lot of money (4). 24. Have a good look at the second tin (4). 25. Late, yet punctual? (4,2,4). DOWN 1. Does a musician find it taxing? (6). 2. Previous way of

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Checklist to avoid being scammed A NUMBER of readers have contacted the Free Times with concerns over phone and other scams - here’s the latest on a current Centrelink scam and where to find out more about how to protect yourself... THE Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is warning the community to be aware of phone calls from scammers pretending to be from the Department of Human Services or Centrelink. The ACCC’s Scamwatch has received more than 2200 reports of this scam since January, with more than $27,000 reported lost. Four individuals have reported losses of $1000 or more. This is a significant increase from 2015, when there was $3500 reported loss and 560 contacts. “If you receive a phone call out of the blue from someone claiming to be from the Depart-

ment of Human Services or Centrelink claiming that you are eligible for an increase in your pension or benefit - hang up,” ACCC Deputy Chair Delia Rickard said. “The scammer will claim that you’ve been sent a letter about an increase in your benefits and not responded to it. “They will then claim that your file has been sent to Canberra and that you can either go to Canberra to fill out the required form or you can pay a fee and have the forms sent to you.” The scammer’s main objective is to get your money and they usually ask for payment via wire money transfer or iTunes cards.

“To push you into paying this money, the scammer might threaten that you will not receive any further benefits until the situation is resolved,” Ms Rickard said. “The Department of Human Services will never ask you to deposit money in order to receive a payment. “If in doubt, don’t use any contact details provided by the caller. Look up the government department or organisation yourself in the phone book or online, and phone or email them.” Scams can be reported to the ACCC via the Scamwatch page. More information at www.scamwatch.gov.au

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Community Diary ■ Warwick Singles Social Club Over 50s will

meet on Saturday 3 December at Zarraffa’s, 45a Wood Street from 2pm. Meet new people on a social basis. Those who are new in town can join for social occasions regularly for friendship, coffee, movies, chat. Contact warwickssc@mail. com. ■ Warwick Lighthouse Community Centre Inc. Garage Sale will be on Saturday 3 December at 37 Guy Street, Warwick, from 7am to 1pm. Adults and children’s clothing, fill a bag for $5, lots of furniture and bric-a-brac, lots to look at, make an offer, something for everyone. Phone 4661 8211. ■ Warwick Charity Markets will be on Sunday 4 December at the Town Hall car park in Warwick from 8am to noon. More stall holders required,

phone Daphne on 4661 5003. Enquiries phone Virgil or Maggie on 4527 4195 or 0404 993 507. Proceeds go to charity. ■ Ultra Golden Country Music Association is inviting everyone to its Christmas Country Showcase on Sunday 4 December at Allora State School Hall, Warwick Street, Allora, from 11am. Guest artists are Kevin and the Coffee Cups. Admission $12 includes Christmas dinner, afternoon tea, all day tea and coffee, lucky door prize, raffles on sale. Inquires to Carolyn on 4661 4858, Heather on 0417 038 992 or Kev on 4664 8142. ■ National Seniors Warwick Christmas Luncheon bookings close on Tuesday 6 December. Luncheon is on Monday 12 December in Williams Hall, Guy Street, Warwick. Book at Suncorp Bank. Phone Carmel on 4661 3136.

■ Ghost Tour will be on Wednesday 7 December

and Wednesday 21 December at the Criterion Hotel, Warwick from 7.30pm. The tour is free visitors are asked to support the hotel by purchasing a meal before the tour. Dinner 6pm to 8pm. Meet in the Bullet Bar. Phone 4661 1042. ■ Freestone Christmas Friendly Friday will be on Friday 9 December at the Freestone Hall from 5.30pm. Bring a plate, Santa arriving. Markets in the Mountains will be on Sunday 11 December at the Showgrounds Exhibition Hall, High Street, Stanthorpe, from 8am to noon. ■ Markets in the Mountains Christmas Markets will be on Sunday 18 December at the Showgrounds Exhibition Hall, High Street, Stanthorpe, from 8am to noon. ■ Warwick Charity Markets will be on Sunday

18 December at the Town Hall car park in Warwick from 8am to noon. More stall holders required, phone Daphne on 4661 5003. Inquiries phone Virgil or Maggie on 4527 4195 or 0404 993 507. Proceeds go to charity. ■ Free school holiday activities will be on Wednesday 21 December at Mr. Rentals, 94 Palmerin Street, Warwick, from 10am. Decorate Christmas cup cakes. Phone 4667 1162 for more information. ■ St Mark’s Anglican Debutante Ball, Warwick. Friday 21 April 2017. Anyone who is thinking of making their debut is asked to phone Sharon 0428614708 or email 54shazza54@ gmail.com or St Mark’s Anglican Deb Ball Committee warwickanglican@bigpond.com <mailto:warwickanglican@bigpond.com>.

at John Muir Sports Centre, East Street, Warwick, opposite Scots College on Mondays and Thursdays from 6pm to 8pm. Phone Boosabum Frances Reick on 0409 496 769 or (07) 4666 3796. Border Ranges Amateur Radio Club meets on the first Saturday of each month at noon in Stanthorpe. Phone (07) 4661 2504 or visitwww. brarc.org.au. Condamine Headwaters Landcare Group general meetings are on the second Thursday of every other month. Phone (07) 4661 9909 for details. Joy of Life Club meets every Friday from noon at Joie De Vivre, King Street, Warwick. Contact Velvet on 0403 868 047. JPs in Community provide free signing service at bottom of escalator at Rose City Plaza every Tuesday 12.30pm to 2.30pm, Thursday 4pm to 6pm and Saturday 9.30am to 11.30am. Contact 1300 301 147. Killarney and District Senior Citizens Indoor Bowls Club meets on Tuesdays at 1.30pm. Euchre is played on Wednesdays at 1.30pm. Phone (07) 4664 1208. PAMPA-Parents and Munchkins Playing Altogether young parents group meets on Fridays from 10am to 11.30am excluding school holidays at the Baptist Church Hall, Percy Street, Warwick. Phone the Red Cross on (07) 4661 9975. Poets on King poetry group meets fortnightly at Joy of Life Cafe at 41 King Street, Warwick. Poets of all levels are welcome to read, recite or listen, from classic to bush poetry. Phone 0450 008 490. Rose City Writers meet at Warwick Library on the third Saturday of each month at 1pm. Anyone interested in writing is invited to join. Level of expertise is not important. Members share their stories and learn from one another. New members very welcome. Contact Jenny on 4666 1549. QCWA Killarney Branch music and drama cultural committee choir practices every Tuesday at 1.30pm. Phone 4666 4165. QCWA’s monthly meeting is on the second Wednesday of the month at 1.30pm. Phone 4666 4165. SCA Canton of Stegby Medieval Re-creation and Re-enactment Group meets every Wednesday between 7.30pm and 9.30pm at the Senior Citizens Hall, Albert Street, Warwick. Phone 0414 749 639. Seniors Table Tennis Group for over 55s meets every Monday and Friday from 9am to 11am at the club house next to the squash courts. Phone Christine on 4666 1239 or Una on 0406 274 377. Soul Coaching, body, mind, spirit connection meets on Tuesdays at 6.30pm at the Senior Citizens Centre. Phone June on 0431 147 847. The Chronic Pain Support Group meets every Tuesday in Stanthorpe from 10am to noon.

Phone Brenda on 0400 090 054. Tenterfield Presbyterian Church meets every Thursday from 7.30pm to 8.30pm at Logan Street, Tenterfield. This free event is not a church service. No registration is required and supper is provided. Phone Jim Seymour on 0415 265 454. Tenterfield Mainly Music Program for mums and dads with children up to five years old meets on Wednesdays at the Salvation Army Hall, corner Logan and Naas streets, Tenterfield, at 10am. Phone Joel on 0410 693 593 or (02) 6736 1722. Tenterfield Junior Youth Group is for primary school aged kids and meets on Fridays from 4pm to 5.30pm at the Salvos. Gold coin donation. Phone Joel on 0410 693 593 or (02) 6736 1722. Travelling Country Music Club meets every second Friday of the month at 37 Warner Street at 1pm. Phone Mick on 0412 987 168 or Marlene on 4661 3930. Warwick Aero Modelers members fly radio-controlled model aircraft at Morgan Park, Warwick, and are always looking for people to come and join them. For more information contact Mark Byrne at president.wam@gmail.com or visit www.wamqld.com. Warwick Choral Society meets every Monday night in the choir hall, corner of Percy and Short streets at 7pm. All welcome. Phone 4667 4172. Warwick Croquet Club plays at Leslie Park on Tuesday mornings and Thursday and Saturday afternoons. All welcome. Phone Dorothy on 4661 9967 or 0428 619 967 or Sean on 0408 618 960. Warwick Dog Obedience Club meets weekly on Sundays at 4pm at Warwick Showgrounds, Palmerin Street entrance. Phone 4667 1059. Warwick Handcraft meets every Wednesday from 9am to 11am at QCWA Hall, Grafton Street, Warwick. Expert tuition provided for $3. Phone Nola on 4661 3481 or Audrey on 4661 2509. Warwick Horticultural Society holds a regular meeting on the last Wednesday of each month at 8pm at the CWA rooms, Grafton Street. All welcome. Warwick Lapidary Club can be contacted via Syd on 4661 2427. Warwick Rose City Probus Club meets at 9.30am on the third Wednesday of the month for active retirees to make new friends and form new interests. Phone Roy on 4661 9728. Yangan Tennis Club meets on Mondays from 9am to 11am opposite Yangan Shop on Yangan Freestone Road. Cost $4 per person. Phone Val on 4664 4124 or Neta on 4661 8066. Wednesday is Zensday. Body, mind and spirit connection group discussion and meditation from 10am to noon fortnightly. Phone June on 0431 147 847 or Sarah on 0402 823 815.

Community Directory ORGANISATIONS Alcoholics Anonymous holds regular meetings. For more information about meetings in Warwick phone 0418 987 152, Stanthorpe 0434 520 837 and Tenterfield 0409 344 353. Its 24-hour helpline is (07) 4632 2466. Amnesty International meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 16 Lane Street, Stanthorpe, at 6pm. Phone 0477 951 051. Apex Club of Warwick meets on the first and third Monday of each month in the rear dining room of the Criterion Hotel from 7pm. Phone the president on 0488 619 671. Dementia Support Group Warwick meets on the second Tuesday of each month at Unit 1, 90 Fitzroy Street. Phone Pam Eather on 4661 3917. Parkinson’s Queensland Granite Belt Support Group meets on the third Tuesday of every month at 10am at the Community/ Oral Health Meeting Room, Stanthorpe Health Services, 6 McGregor Terrace, Stanthorpe. Phone Graham Knight on 4681 0942 or Sue Borer on 4681 0670. SOS the Voice of Ratepayers and Residents meets at the Stanthorpe RSL Board Room at 7pm on the first Thursday of the month. Phone 4681 0871 for more information. All welcome. Meals at the club from 6pm. Tenterfield Men’s Shed meets on Tuesdays from 10am to 2pm. Entry is via Wood Street. Phone Ian on 0420 305 003 for more information. Texas State Emergency Service meets every second Thursday at 5.30pm at the Texas SES shed. Phone Yogi on 0428 531 670 or Peter on 0428 531 276. Warwick Branch Leukaemia Foundation meets on the third Thursday of month at noon at the Criterion Hotel. Phone 4661 1887. Warwick Caledonian Society meets on the first Wednesday of the month at 7.30pm at Braemar Hall, Douglas Street. Phone 4661 3547. Vision Care NSW. Pensioners and Centrelink recipients may be eligible for free spectacles. Income and asset means test applies. Phone toll free on 1800 806 851 or (02) 9344 4122 or visit www.visioncarensw.com.au.

OTHER Border Railway Markets meets on the first Sunday of the month at Wallangarra Railway Station from 8am to 1pm. Phone 4684 3300, 0408 843 300 or 4684 3237. Killarney Country Market and Car Boot Sale is held on the last Sunday of every month at Canning Park from 8am to 1pm. Enquiries to Marie 4543 4610 (local call) or 0458 991 921, Email killarneyartgallery@gmail.com. Tenterfield Country Music group meets on the first Saturday of the month at the Presbyterian Hall, Manners Street, Tenterfield, from1pm to 5pm. Admission $4. Profits to the Presbyterian Church.

Warwick and District Community Toy Library opens on Saturdays from 9.30am to 11am at St Mark’s Anglican Church rooms. Phone Elia on 4667 1405 or Donna on 4667 3895. Warwick and Districts Card Crafters and Paper Artists Group meets on the first Wednesday of the month from 10.30am to 1.30pm. New members welcome, first class free at Warwick Library. Phone Darlene on 4661 2916 or Paula on 4661 4266. Warwick Spinners and Weavers Group meets every Wednesday at 9.30am. Night meetings every second and fourth Monday of the month. Phone 0402 420 460 or Helen on 4667 1366.

CARDS Warwick Senior Citizens Club play 500 cards every Monday from 8:00am till 11:00am. Join us on Friday mornings from 9:00am - 11:00am for that fun card game Crazy Whist. Hoy is the first Monday afternoon in the month at 2:00pm. Our address is Corner Guy and Albert Streets, Warwick. Any enquiries phone Fay on 4661 4014. Senior Citizens Euchre Tournament is held on the third Tuesday of the month at 9.30am. $5 per person, teams of three required. Phone June on 4661 9996 or Marg on 4661 3007.

CHILDREN SERVICES Mainly Music provides music play for pre-schoolers. Groups are held on Thursdays from 9.15am to 10.45am and 10.15am to 11.45am during school terms at Warwick Uniting Church. Phone 4661 1080.

CHURCHES Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints meets at 9am on Sundays at 50 Guy Street, Warwick. Phone 4667 0212. Rock with the Rock. Faith Australia, every Sunday 10am and 6.30pm, Wallangarra Performing Arts Hall, Wallangarra. Phone (07) 4684 3005. Vineyard Christian Church holds its celebrations at 9am on Sundays at 85 Connor Street, Stanthorpe. Phone (07) 4681 4077. CVC Drop-In Centre a Christian Victory Centre Community Care Program. Friday mornings, CVC Hall Mary Street, Warwick. Free tea and coffee, meet people, make new friends. Phone 4661 2120 or 0416 046 524. Messy Church at the Uniting Church, Guy Street every second Friday during school term from 5pm to 7:30pm. Games, meals, crafts, lessons and songs, all welcome. Contact the church office Mon - Thurs am on 4661 1080.

CLUBS Allora Photography Group meets on the second Wednesday of the month at 7pm at Allora State School. Photographers of all skill levels are welcome. For more information email alloraphotographygroup4362@gmail.com. Authentic Taekwon-Do Warwick classes are held


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FINALLY Aussie cricket fans had something to smile about after winning the Adelaide day night Test. Our debutantes acquitted themselves well throughout the match and while Queensland's Matt Renshaw may have frustrated us all in the final throes of the game, he did what everyone has been calling for and valued his wicket. He wasn’t going anywhere. A bit more bat on ball might have been appreciated by the spectators, but this was a young man on a mission - to be there at the very end - and he was. The day night format proved once again to be a winner and looks to be the way going forward. I wonder, was it just me who noticed that neither of the two newbies at the crease for the winning runs claimed a stump as a souvenir? Then again it is probably just my fixation with souveniring stumps that made me pick up on it. Hope someone gave them each a stump after the game. I am really looking forward to the Gabba day night Test in a couple of weeks, and will like many others be interested to see how the wicket plays. Also looking forward to hearing the great Gary Sobers speaking at a lunch during the Test. Once again everyone is talking up Test cricket after our win - seems like only yesterday the naysayers were claiming the form=mat was dead in the water. - Casey EASY PICKINGS FOR BOWLERS IN the first game of the Stanthorpe cricket fixtures last weekend, Wanderers played Valleys and after winning the toss Wanderers elected to bat. The Valleys opening bowling combination of Sandro Stefanon (2/29) and Damian Anderson (2/17) had immediate success. With the score at 2/5 after only two overs, the Wanderers were probably ruing their decision to bat. The opening bowling combination continued to apply pressure and bowled with plenty of aggression. With the scoreboard showing 4/8 the Wanderers were in all sorts of trouble when the pair finished their opening spell taking four wickets for just eight runs in a four-over spell. The Valleys bowlers certainly had the ascendency in this innings. Swing bowler Steve Martin cut a swathe through the batting line-up when he came on to bowl. Kirby Morunga also contributed to a fine all-round bowling performance SHOOTERS AT WORK IN Inglewood, Sporting Shooters Association hosted events on Saturday and Sunday at the Inglewood range. The Action Pistol events are a timed event with five second penalties for misses or hitting the wrong targets. Monica White took out the Action Pistol Gongs in Saturday’s shoot out, outscoring Tom Donald and Glen Small. She was also successful in the Action Pistol Under Attack class defeating Stephanie Dudgeon and Richard White to make it two wins for the day. The 25M Standard Pistol event was won by Geoff Pickering. Taking out the minor placing were Ray Dudgeon and Glenn Small. On Sunday, the same three events were decided. Ray Dudgeon scored well to take out the 25M Standard Pistol competition beating Tom Donald and Peter Russell. In the Action Pistol Gongs, Peter Jones picked up a win. Filling the minor placings were Peter Russell and Ray Dudgeon. At the final event on Sunday, Action Pistol Under Attack was won by Stephanie Dudgeon with Trevor Lewis and Peter Russell filling the minor placings. In Round Two, Stephanie Dudgeon made it two wins for the day when she defeated Tom

The 2016 Golfer of the Year Dylan Barraclough with club president Stephen Kay.

The Delaney family were out in force for the 20th Anniversary of the Kev Delaney Golf Day. Donald and Peter Jones. This weekend the club is holding clay targets and rimfire events. The club will be hosting an open day on 10 December. Visitors will be able to try a variety of events at a cost of $10 per person, which includes ammo. Additional ammo will be available for purchase if required. The open day will be followed by the club Christmas party and shoot on Sunday 11 December. SPORTS BOOST COLONIAL First State is offering junior athletes or junior teams the opportunity to win $20,000, which would certainly go a long way to making the dreams of any elite junior athlete a reality. Over the past three years, Colonial First State has given away over $135k to the junior sporting stars of the future, through Sports Boost . It is an initiative helping junior elite athletes fulfil their sporting potential and helping national sporting organisations develop top talent. Now in its fourth year, Sports Boost is open to every junior athlete and team aged 10 to 18 across the country. If you are aware of a junior talent or team that deserves a sports boost, then you should take a video of the athlete or team and nominate them. Simply upload a photo or short video of them performing at their best. Head to the Colonial First State website for further details. DICKENSON AND SCHOOR SHOW THE WAY IN the association croquet games played last week, Margaret Dickenson and Pat Schnoor showed why they are two of the most respected players in the club. Both played at their usual high standard pegged out 26-11 against Val Shephard and Joy Newman. Pat had three breaks of three in the game. In another game of doubles, Heather Widderick and Val Richardson played Effey Russell and Grace Howard. Russell and Howard had a comfortable 26-14 win. Each had two breaks of two. Meanwhile, Andrea Denkewitz and Carol Verwey played singles. Andrea had one break of four in the game which she won 26-20. 2. FULL COURT FOR GOLF CROQUET IT has been a busy week for golf croquet players. In Wednesday games, 12 players drew into three groups, playing doubles and filled the court. In the first session, John Castles and Elaine Brown played Shirley Page and Marian Castles; Bev Sullivan and Judy Lock played Dianne Wren and Pauline Inglis; and Justin Liddy and Liz Ellway played Val Fancourt and Teresa Pyne. Results went the way of Castles and Brown 13-5; Wren and Inglis 9-7and Fancourt and Pyne 13 - 8. Best in this round were Val Fancourt who scored two hoops in one and top scored with

seven in her game and John Castles topped the scoring on the day with eight in his game. In the second session, Ellway and Brown scored an 8-7 win over Sullivan and Fancourt 7 in a close game. Three of the players scored the four hoops apiece and the other three hoops. Dianne Wren and John Castles had a 13-8 win over Justin Liddy and Shirley Page while Pauline Inglis and Judy Lock defeated their opponents 12-5. Dianne Wren and Pauline Inglis had equal top scores of seven in this round. FULL TEAMS ON DECK FRIDAY gateball is proving popular with two full teams of five were on deck. Andrea Denkewitz, Joy Newman, Jenny Tunbridge, Grace Howard and Les Williams formed the Red team taking on the combination of Margaret Dickenson, Carol Verwey, Val Fancourt, Bill Golding and Heather Widderick playing White balls. Honours were evenly shared on the day, with both teams winning two games. White won the first game 13-11 and the third game 11-10. The Red team had success in game two, winning 14-12 and went on to win the final game 13-8. Some players stayed on for a game of triples. Andrea Denkewitz teamed up with Margaret Dickenson and Grace Howard playing Red balls against Val Fancourt, Bill Golding and Les Williams - team White. White scored a good12-9 win to round out a good day’s play. On Saturday afternoon, Margaret Dickenson, Andrea Denkewitz and Val Fancourt played Bill Golding and Les Williams. The ladies won the coin toss and chose to play the White balls and went on to win all three games with scores of 107, 13-11, and 13-10. Gateball is played at 1.30pm each Saturday afternoon at the Croquet Club (at the Golf Club on Amosfield Road). If you are looking for an enjoyable, relaxed weekend activity, why not give gateball a try. The group is very welcoming and love to introduce new players to their form of the game. All forms of the mallet sports are gaining popularity in Stanthorpe. BUSY WEEKEND FOR ‘GARRA GOLFERS M. ELLIS took out the Single Stroke event at the Wallangarra Golf Club last Saturday, defeating Steve Hampstead. It was the first day of a big weekend of golf. Nearest the pin on the third and the ninth was J. Purcel while Gary Sutcliffe claimed the 15th. Steve Hampstead had the approach shots on the second and 14th. On Sunday, the club hosted visitors from City Golf Club, Toowoomba, Warwick, Stanthorpe and Tenterfield who played in the Wallangarra Open 4BBB sponsored by Sexton And Green of Tenterfield. The net winners were Gary Sutcliffe and D.

Nikki Waterworth accepts the Trophy for the 2016 Ladies Golfer of the Year. Eastwell (City). The Warwick combination of L. Sticklen and S. Morrison (Warwick) finished nett runners-up. Taking out the gross winners were locals Steve Hampstead and M. Ellis. The pin on the third went to S. Dobson. M. Cutmore claimed the ninth and M. Austin had luck at 11. The club would like to thank Sexton and Green for their ongoing support and special thanks to the many visitors and the crew who helped behind the scenes with the lunch and bar. It was a great day. This Saturday members will be playing for the Monthly Medal and Putting, sponsored by the Wallangarra railway station. The Mugs of Mugs will be also be decided. WIN FOR WALSH THERE was a big role up for the weekly Sporters competition in Stanthorpe on Sunday. John Walsh defeated Mick Thompson to grab a win. In addition to finishing runner-up, Mick Thompson also had the Best Gross and took the Pin Shot on the third. Figuring in the run-downs were Paul Armstrong and Terry Byrnes. Mark Lynam claimed the Pro Pin. John Walsh wrapped up a good day by winning one of the meat trays while John Rawlings took home the other tray. A reminder that Sunday 11 December is a big day for Sporters who will kick off with an early start of 7am for a barbecue brekkie to begin their Christmas celebrations. A BBQ lunch will follow golf. In the meantime, it is normal tee off time this weekend. OVER 40S LIMBER UP THE Over 40 cricket brigade in Stanthorpe is limbering up in preparation for their annual cricket game against the Queensland Cricketers Club side on 10 December. The two sides will be playing for the Casey O’Connor trophy which was last won by visitors. The 50 over game returns after a break of a few years due to poor weather and scheduling difficulties. QCC are sure to field another first class side in a bid to retain their trophy in what is their final game of the year.


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Tristan Lane attacking the gongs. COGS ARE COMING JUNIOR cricketers on the Southern Downs have a wonderful opportunity to attend a coaching clinic during the upcoming school holidays with former first class and Test cricketer and leading coach Geoff Dymock. The clinic, suitable for players from six to 16, will be held at Slade Park on 16 December from 2-5pm, and is suitable for players at all levels. Cost of the clinic is $30 and all attendees in addition to a great coaching experience will receive a specially signed memorabilia sheet. The coaching clinic is run by COGS Australia (Cricketing Old Greats) and guarantees comprehensive, correct cricket coaching. The skills young players will be taught in this program were carefully chosen by cricket legend Doug Walters and leading first class bowler Geoff Dymock, and provide a wonderful opportunity for young players to learn and master correct techniques in all facets of our great game of cricket. Geoff Dymock OAM certainly is well placed to pass on some great pointers. Dymock played 21 Tests for Australia and also captained and coached the Queensland Sheffield Shield teams. A former fast bowler Dymock has acted as assistant manager /coach of Australian tours of West Indies and England and has combined school teaching and cricket coaching skills for more than 30 years. Added to this, he is an all round great bloke with plenty to offer the youngsters. COGS Australia guarantees it will be a busy but enjoyable session and an opportunity to greatly improve all the basics and skills needed for all forms of cricket. Some of the topics that will be covered include how to bat successfully against spin bowling and correct batting techniques to play full and short-

Pictured Richard White defending. pitched deliveries. Another important topic that will be covered is the correct bowling techniques to prevent injuries now and in the future. To register, email info@cogsaustralia.com with details or phone: 0414 255 193. Further information is available on the COGS website or from the Warwick Cricket Association. SEASON HIGH GIVES ALLORA WIN ALLORA posted a season high score of 302 runs in their fixture game against Allora Hotel Rascals at Allora on Saturday as they claimed a comprehensive win in the local derby. Some good solid batting performances from the Allora top order helped the side to the big total. While it was Gavan Schiewe who top scored with 66, the top order all performed well. It was a tough day out for the Rascals but best of the bunch was Matthew Christensen who finished with 2/31 off three overs. Rascals in reply could only manage 110. Paul Christensen top scored with 18. The Allora bowlers backed up their batsmen with some tidy bowling. Junior player Sean Bryson starred taking 2/13 from his six overs, but best of the day was Andrew Every who took 3/11 from four overs. STANTHORPE GOLFERS CELEBRATE STANTHORPE Golf Club celebrated the 20th Anniversary of Kev Delaney Golf Day last Saturday and combined the wonderful day of golf with the club’s Christmas party. The Delaney Family who sponsor the day were very generous with trophies and the multi draw raffle. Winners on 52 points were Peter Orr and Dave Williams. First runners-up on 51 points were Mick Thompson and Bob Watts followed by Simon Shannon and Mick Thompson on 49 points and Mark Harris and Peter Patti on 48 points. The

Bradman Award went to Bill Pyne and Kay Webb on 39 points. The Men’s’ Captain’s Match Play Award was also presented. Alan Kerr received the trophy from captain Matt Waterworth). There were no surprises when Dylan Barraclough was announced as the 2016 Men’s Golfer of the Year and received his trophy from president Stephen Kay. The young golfer who plays off scratch 719 points throughout the year and was a clear winner. Runner-up was Graham Tonkin on 603 points. The award for the 2016 Saturday Lady Golfer of the Year went to Nikki Waterworth who finished nine points ahead of runner-up Kay Webb. NEWCOMERS PICK UP BIG WIN THE Redbacks showed the rest of the Warwick cricket competition that they are not purely making up the numbers this season with a win over current premiers Wheatvale last weekend. It was an impressive win as the premiers set Redbacks a 197-run chase on the back of some good batting performances. Carter Bilbrough again showed plenty of class scoring 91. The Redbacks began well with the ball when Sam Waetford claimed a wicket in the opening over, but followed that up by suffering a hamstring injury with the very next ball and did not bowl another ball all innings. Morgan Gilchrist claimed a five-wicket haul and had Shayne Watson to thank for one of those wickets after the newcomer to the Redbacks side took a blinder off Watson’s bowling. In reply Redbacks again suffered some bad luck when Glen Mackie suffered a knee injury. With the score at 2/58 Morgan Gilchrist and captain Tyhe combined for a handy partnership. Wheatvale claimed a steady stream of wickets

but the Redbacks batsman were adding to the run chase. In a thrilling finish, the game came down to the wire with Redbacks needing three runs from the final over. Carter Bilbrough took two wickets in that over and the result could have gone either way. Sam Waetford came to the crease with a runner and edged a ball on to his pads to score the winning run in one of the most entertaining games this season. MARYVALE STILL UNDEFEATED MARYVALE Condamine continued their good form this season with a win over Warwick Hotel Colts at Slade Park on Saturday in a much-anticipated clash between the two undefeated teams in the competition. Maryvale opened the batting with a 93-run partnership between openers Will Gordon and Jason Steketee. Steketee was the first wicket to fall when he was on 51. His innings included an impressive five fours and a six. Gordon and Mitch Bourke set about adding a partnership of 77 before Gordon was dismissed for 85. Mitch Bourke made 51 before he was dismissed. Maryvale lost four wickets in quick succession, and were 5/203 when Mick and Tom Bourke combined for a sixth-wicket partnership of 59 before Maryvale set Colts a chase of 262. Dave Walker took two early wickets in another fine bowling display and Colts were unable to recover and were out cheaply for 94. Rod Hansen top-scored with 37 and the only other Colts batsman to reach double figures was Geoff Thorley who scored 12. Dave Walker took another wicket to finish with 3/28 and his captain took 2/13. It was an impressive win for Maryvale who now remain the only unbeaten side this season.

Wilmot, M. Sweeney, R. Capelli on 15 points. Third round winners were D. Warr, B. Black, G. Rapp, P. Collis on 16 points. Results - Round 1 - P. Ayerst, B. Wilmot, M. Sweeney R. Capelli d V. Babington, S. McPherson, G. Dormer, T. Elder 18-11; W. Tucker, M. Shepard, M. O’Leary, R. Phelps d C. Lawler, D. Weier, W. Lees, G. Shelley 26-9; T. Gainey, R. Tartan, D. Scotney, C. Davidson d T. Banditt, Thomo, L. Callaghan, D. Callaghan 13-12; B. Cross, G. Davis, G. Cross, J. Johnson drew with B. Gainey, J. Woodrow, F. Lyons, Slave 13-13; D. Walker, T. Aspinall, T. Sweeney, S. Martin d K. Bloomfield, B. Buckle, G. Dent, D. Christensen 19-7; L. Spinks, K. Mooney, T. Heffernan, B. White d P. Klowss, P. Gainey, W. Foster, R. Rankin 26-3; B. Brown, D. Barker, F. Taylor, M. Mills d R. Debnam, J. Cochrane, A. Imoff, S. Eady 18-9; Chappy, Kim, Ray, Les d D. Warr, B. Black, G. Rapp, P. Collis 12-9. Round 2 -Skips only. R. Phelps d T. Elder 20-12; R. Capelli d D. Callaghan 19-6; G. Shelley d C. Davidson 20-8; S. Martin d J. Johnson 20-8; L. Clarke d Slave 17-9; D. Christensen d B. White 12-11; M. Mills d R. Rankin 27-12; P. Collis d S. Eady 13-12. Round 3 - T. Elder d C. Davidson 13-12; R. Capelli d G. Shelley 17-13; D. Callaghan d R. Phelps 16-8; B White d J. Johnson 14-12; M. Mills d D. Christensen 23-7; P. Collis d R. Rankin 30-4; S. Martin d L. Clarke 25-7; S. Eady d Slave 17-9. Raffle winners were C. Davidson, K. Hankinson, B. Buckle, M. Shepard, R. Phelps, T. Aspinall and Prickles. A big thank you to our ladies and also the camp girls for their great help in preparing the meals. M. O’Leary from the SDMDBA also presented two of our members with their badges. John Johnson received his Veterans badge and Kev Seaby received his super Veterans badge. Congratulations to you both. WARWICK EAST BOWLS Our last Red Rooster triples competition for the year was held last

Thursday and the results were as follows. Round 1: G. Shelley, A. Wickham, J. Harslett 15 d E. Diery, D. Miller, B. Sommerville 4; P. Collis, B. Black, C. Lawler 9 1/2; drew with B. Lee, D. Weir, C. Johnson 91/2; R. Philps, G. Rapp, V. Nelson 15 d W. Tucker, M. O’Leary, L. Tucker 4. Round 2 (skips only): P. Collis 15 d B. Lee 4; R. Philps 15 d G. Shelley 4; W. Tucker 14 d E. Diery 5. The winners on the day were R. Philps’s team and the runners-up were P. Collis’s team. Our mixed social bowls on Saturday was an all-male affair, with the ladies involved with the cent sale. The results of round 1 were: B. Lee and C. Lawler 10 d J. Harslett I. Fordyce 5; E. Diery and G. Rapp 10 G. Wallace and P. Dipplesman 5; Round 2 results were B. Lee and E. Diery 12 d G. Wallace and C. Lawler 5; P. Dipplesman and G. Rapp 12 d I. Fordyce and J. Harslett 5. Equal winners were B. Lee, G. Rapp and E. Diery. J. Harslett won the lucky draw. The jackpot failed to go off again. The club thanks the Criterion Hotel for supplying the trophies for this week’s social bowls. Today is our monthly mixed triples, with play starting at 12.30pm. Ring the club on 4661 9050 between 11am and noon if you would like a game. Regular skips ensure you have a full team available and notify the club of any shortfall. On Saturday, the club will hold mixed social bowls again, starting at 1pm with names to be in by 12.30pm. There will be trophies to play for as well as the jackpot, which will be worth $46 + $1 per Saturday player. A reminder about the club Christmas party, to be held at the Chung Hing Restaurant on Thursday 15 December. There is a signup sheet in the clubhouse for you to indicate your attendance. Finally, another reminder, this time about fees for 2017. These are now due. Pay them as soon as possible.

Around the grounds SOUTHERN DOWNS RIFLE No results this week, just a notice for new start times. The Southern Downs Rifle Club wishes to advise members and visitors that as from Sunday 4 December new starting times will be operating. Sign on at 7.30am for an 8am start for competition. These times will be in operation for the summer months or until further notice. Call Margaret Taylor on 4666 1018 for details. WARWICK BOWLS Result of play on 23 November for Christensen’s and Valentine’s Cash Day are as follows: K. Bloomfield, T. Wright, J. Moore d D. Neal, R. Bean, D. Christensen 21-12; I. Fordyce, R. Smith, E. Welsh d R. Tartan, A. Naylor, P. Collis 22-21; B. Buckel, M. O’Leary d H. Gibson, P. Wagner 16-9; S. Valentine, J. Ruhle d P. Hutchinson 169; R. Valentine, J. Moore, M. Holder d R. Forbes, L. Collie, G. Dent 15-10. The club wishes to thank Doug and Bev Christensen and Rob and Sue Valentine for their continued sponsorship throughout the year. All members appreciate this generous sponsorship. Coming events as Wednesday is the fifth Wednesday of the month some of the men have pooled together to sponsor jackpot, so members on 30 November come and join in a game of bowls to try your luck. Names in by 12.30pm for play at 1pm. Tuesday 6 December the usual Open Triples will be played. Play will commence at noon as usual. On Wednesday 7 December KFC is sponsoring their day early this month, as the green will be closed for renovations after the game. Watch the paper for date of bowls to recommence. Support this day as it will be the last game for this year. It would be appreciated if we had a full green for this event. The

green will be closed until further notice for renovations. Watch the paper for the opening date in January 2017. SOUTHERN CROSS BOWLS Today, Thursday 1 December will be the ladies meeting at 10.30am followed by social bowls at 1pm. Results from last Thursday - L. Marriott, T Hagley d R. Rankin, C. Hope 14-10; B. O’Brien, Y. Reid drew with G. Davis, Donovan 17-17. Our twilight bowls was very popular again last Friday night with the winners being A. Bond, T. Gainey and J. Moore. Results - D. Cross, R. Tartan, B. Bourke, K. Seaby d B. Hope, C. Wickham, B. O’Brien, B. Hartley 20-5; C. Weier, V. Hemmings, J. Johnson d J. Ryan, C. Hope, D. Scotney 26-6; A. Bond, T. Gainey, J. Moore d A. McConville, J. Moore, L. Butler 19-5; G. Davis, S. Dipplesman, C. Davidson d P. Gainey, Y. Reid, K. Mooney 24-9. This coming Saturday 3 December will be our Christmas break-up bowls day and barbecue. Bowls to start at 1.30pm, Goosey gander draw at 4.30pm followed by a barbecue. The club will also have Eddie Thomson entertaining members after the draw. Hope everyone can come along and make it a special day and hopefully win a prize. Our open fours carnival was held last weekend with most clubs in the district being represented. The club wishes to thank sponsors, Warwick RSL, Warwick Hotel and Bell’s Butchers for their support. The overall winners were D. Walker, T. Aspinall, T. Sweeney and S. Martin on 43 points. Runners-up were B. Brown, D. Barker, F. Taylor and M. Mills on 40 points. First round winners were L. Spinks, K. Mooney, T. Heffernan, B. White on 16 points. Second round winners were P. Ayerst, B.


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