You’re a hero or a zero in space of one metre

Afterdriving at speeds approaching 250km/hdownthe straights, scrapping the side mirror against concrete walls at 180 and jumping thecar over curbs at well over 150, the top 15 cars qualified within half a second of eachother at Townsville.
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Thatequates to around one-metre in distance between first and 15thand tells us acouple of things. Firstly, the drivers are incredibly skilful but surely in need of some form of therapy. Secondly,this is the most competitive sport in the country,where after three kilometres of near out-of-control madness, you are just an also ran ifyou’re more than one metre behind the winner.

Welcome to Brad Jones’world.

DRIVEN: Albury’s Brad Jones is a man with a plan to win a V8 Championship, saying ‘you keep getting stronger – that’s what you can then build a championship year on’.

Just make it even more interesting, American billionaire Rodger Penske lured Joneskey Driver Engineer combination of Fabian Coulthard and Phil Keens to join his DJRPenske team at the end of last season.

Despite the challenges, Jones said the first half of the year has been successful with two wins and a second from the first sevenevents.

“With change you always go through a difficult period,” Jones said from his office atBJR HQ in Albury this week.

“But I would describe the first half of the year assuccessful. Jason in the BOC car had a great start but we reallystruggled with the freightliner car at the start and getting to know Tim (Slade).

“We both ended up learning a fair bit about each other fairly quickly but now we have beenpretty successful. Even after a tough weekend like we had in Townsville where itdoesn’t suit us, we were still in the top 15, so we have consistency andresults that gives us confidence.”

With only two races left until the teams hit the showcase events of the year – Sandown500, Bathurst 1000 and the Gold Coast 600 – Jones is squarely focused on more racewins and putting the team in position to challenge for a championship.

“We have two tracks coming up where we have struggled a bit – Sandown andGold Coast, but we are working on some things to minimise that,” he said.

“It’s a three-yearplan to win a championship, right now we are still getting to know Tim and he’s stillgetting to know us; my focus is to make sure he finishes the year at worst in the top 10in the championship, but ideally in the top five and we will need a strong secondhalf of the year to achieve that. You keep getting stronger; that’s what you can thenbuild a championship year on,” Jones said.

There is real momentum in the BJR camp and with brother Kim, Jones has theexperience to turn it into on track success. Once known for punchingabove its weight, other teams as well as the sport’s leading commentators nowknow that the Brad Jones Racing team is a consistent top 10performer and thenext step is to win a Supercar Championship.

For this weekend though, as the teamshead to Queensland raceway for round 8, Brad Jones will just be looking to find thatelusive half a second that will put them at the front of the field.

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Tigers far too good for Rovers

The undefeated Bungendore Tigers continued on their winning way proving too strong for the Boorowa Rovers. The final score favoured Bungendore 38-4 but didn’t really reflect the game.
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It was only in the final quarter of the match when the Tigers began to pull away from a very plucky Rovers team who just couldn’t penetrate some tough defence despite many promising raids.

Bungendore got away to a flying start leading 10-0 after just 10 minutes.

The Rovers launched a counter attack and very nearly crossed just three minutes later. A fiery blow up saw a Tigers player sent to the sin-bin.

Boorowa were quick to capitalise with Kris halls crossing wide out after some good lead up work. With the score at 10-4 Boorowa continued to mount several attacking raids but the Tigers defence held firm. Bungendore then went further aheadjust before halftime to make the score 16-4 at the break.

The second half,Bungendore scoredquickly after just three minutes to extend the lead to 22-4. The match began to get heated as both forward packs tried to dominate with some good hits. The Rovers tried hard to penetrate the Bungendore defensive line and probably deserved more points. It was Bungendore however, that raced in three tries in the final fifteen minutes to blow the score out somewhat to 38-4.

Despite the score, it was one of Boorowa’s better displays with some promising signs in attack and some willing defence. Best for Boorowa was Mick Hinds who picked up three points and was creative in attack all day. Kris Halls was also impressive picking up two points and Mr Consistency, Matt Batt got one point. Players player was Mick Hinds whilst the Fabstock award went to Justin Corkery.

In other games on the weekend, Boomanulla won a tight game 28-20 over Braidwood whilst Harden hammered the gunning Roos 52-10 and the North Canberra 54 soundly beat Crookwell 18.

This weekend’s other games see Boomanulla hosting Harden, Bungendore play Gunning and ADFA face a huge task against North Canberra. Crookwell has the bye.

The Rovers have just one home game left for the season on Saturday week when they host ADFA. One date supporters should also note is September 10 when the Ex-services club will host the Rovers presentation night. Meanwhile, this weekend get along and support the lads at Braidwood on Saturday at 2.30 pm. Then on Saturday night the boys will be back at the Courthouse to hopefully celebrate a win.

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Rams ready for race day

MEMBERS of the Muswellbrook District Junior Rugby League Football Club will swap their playing jumpers for racing attire at Skellatar Park next month.
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FUN FOR ALL: Muswellbrook Rams under-6 Golds’ Lachlan Mills.

And, the local organisation is extending an invitation to residents, and visitors, to attend its annual Rams Race Day on Sunday, August 7, which will be held in conjunction with the popular Bengalla Cup.

“It’s a great low cost event the whole family can enjoy and we would love everyone to come along,” Muswellbrook District Junior Rugby League Club publicity officer Michelle Williams said.

“The more people we have attend the meeting the merrier.

“It will no doubt be a glorious winter’s day with so much on offer.

“We’ll have free laser tag and a jumping castle for the kids, along with a reptile display, NRL games and prizes, a delicious barbecue lunch, full TAB and bar facilities, and a colouring-in station for the ‘littlies’.

“Added to that is a display of vintage cars, a coffee van, slushies, popcorn and fairy floss, temporary tattoo booth for the children as well as beautiful landscaped grounds to sit and relax.

“If you want to have a bet on the Bengalla Cup, you’ll be looked after, too.”

All the action will take place at the Muswellbrook Race Club with gates opening at 11.30am, with the first race scheduled to start at 12.30pm.

Entry is just $5 and all children will be admitted free of charge.

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Fallen digger’s sacrifice lives on

Keeping history alive: Max Hammond and Helen Raw commemorated the service and sacrifice of their uncle, Private Wallace Hill Hammond. Picture: Anthony Brady
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As Helen Raw and Max Hammond gathered at Warrnambool’s war memorial on Tuesday, it marked the day their uncle, Wallace Hill Hammond, died on the French battlefield100 years before.

Private Hammond was killed in the battle ofFromelles, July 19, 1916, in what was some of the fiercest fighting of the war so far.

Part of the 60thBattalion, Private Hammond, 18, was killed by a German shell.

While a sergeant was reported to have seen his body in no man’s land, it was never recovered, and what followed was an agonising wait for his family back home in Warrnambool.

“He was reported missing but it was 12 months before his death was confirmed, so they lived in hope that he was alive,” Mrs Raw said.

Despite many mass graves being uncovered over the years,Private Hammond’s body was never found and hisname is now listed on VC Corner at Fromelles.

He became the first of several generations of the family to serve acrossboth world wars.Mrs Raw’s four brothers, including Max,and husband Peter fought in World War II.

Private Wallace’s three medals— the 1914/15 Star, BritishWar Medal and VictoryMedal — were worn on Anzac Day for the first time last yearby Mrs Raw’s nieceMichelle Butters.

“I love the Anzac history and my family was so heavily connected … It’s important that the younger generation understandhow important our military history is,” Ms Butters said at the time.

The battle of Fromelles was the first major action involving Australian soldiers in France.

At that time it rated as the battle responsible forthe greatest loss of Australian life in 24 hours and claimed thousands of lives over two days.

Filled with the spirit of adventure, Private Hammond enlisted in Warrnambool on July 1915and embarked from Melbourne aboard HMAT Wiltshire inNovember of the same year.

But Private Hammond did not leave Australian shoresbefore receiving the blessing of his parents, Thomas and Lydia, and his employer.

“Wallaceworked at The Standard as a compositor,” Mrs Raw said.

On Private Wallace’sofficial release form, then Standard director Thomas Burden wrote: “Thiscompany has no objection tothe indentures being brokenfor the purpose of the saidWallace Hammond enlistingto fight for the Empire, andwishes him every successand a safe return.”

While it seems that fate hadother ideasfor Private Wallace,his memory,at least, lives on.

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Hairdressing qualifications to get cutTerrible. I’ll never let an unqualified “hairdresser” touch my hair.
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– Brittaney Mitchell

Just more ways for Baird to justify closing TAFE training……wrong wrong wrong!!

– Renna Ross

There’s a petition against this if you agree it’s ludicrous and want to sign.


– ​Megan Ellbourn

Totally disagree; my sister and her friends did five years in their apprenticeships. Just the chemicals and hygiene are an issue which needs to be properly addressed. They did it tough to qualify too.

– Pam Beedev

My question would be would currently certified and trained hairdressers get reimbursed the costs of their studies which now will mean jack all .. Also would you want your house built by untrained, inexperienced builders or licensed and educated, experienced builders? It seems Australia is setting itself up for industrial collapse there is no industry that’s safe first our car manufacturing now this.

– Timothy Raymond

No, no, no. Qualifications are needed.

​- Donna McGee

Are you kidding me?

-​Judith Davis

Well I’llstick to my hairdresser…

– ​Debbie Sue Owen

Yes. I did see something! That’s so wrong there’s going to b some hair in the sink and some dodgy styles out there.

-​Meagan Kelly

Who comes up with these stupid ideas, crazy !!!!!!!!!!!!

​- Coleen Taggart

Another govt excuse to cut TAFE funding?

– ​Fiona McLennan

It’s hard enough now trying to find a decent hairdresser that can actually cut hair let alone throwing this .. into the mix😡

-Emma Mulligan

I’ve had shocking hair do’s in the past. Actually asked one lassie to see her diploma. Hava good look at the hairdresser’s hair, if they look after their own, you’ve got a good chance. Having a diploma doesn’t make a person competent. Pride in your work does.

​- Janice Kathleen Marsh

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We’ll go to Rio: central west’s best gun for Olympic goldPhotos

We’ll go to Rio: central west’s best gun for Olympic gold | Photos THE STAND-OUT: Mariah Williams is catching all of the right attention ahead of Rio, with the Parkes striker in-form for the Hockeyroos. Photo: GETTY IMAGES
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THE BABY: Cowra’s Ellie Carpenter is just 16 and will be a key figure in the Matildas side to compete for gold at Rio. She’s the youngest member of the team. Photo: GETTY IMAGES

THE ROOKIE: Cumnock’s John Porch has been selected in the first Australian Rugby Sevens side to compete at an Olympic Games. Photo: GETTY IMAGES

THE GOLDEN GIRL: After Commonwealth gold, Orange’s Eddie Bone will be leading the Hockeyroos charge for more Olympic gold at the Rio Games. Photo: GETTY IMAGES

THE VETERAN: Carcoar’s Kurt Fearnley is a Paralympic Games legend having competed in five straight games in wheelchair racing. Photo: GETTY IMAGES

THE MAINSTAY: Orange-born Tameka Butt has been a long-term member of the Matildas, and Rio will be her first Olympic Games. Photo: GETTY IMAGES

THE RUNNING MAN: Former Bathurst resident Ben St Lawrence will be competing in the 10,000m in the athletics at Rio. Photo: GETTY IMAGES

THE MENTOR: Stephen Davies has tasted the Olympics as a player, and will now head to Rio as a coach, with the Parkes gun an assistant with the Hockeyroos. Photo: GETTY IMAGES

THE GORILLA: Narromine’s own Pat McCutcheon has been named to make his Olympic debut with the Australian Rugby Sevens side. Photo: GETTY IMAGES

THE MARATHON MAN: Parkes’ Scott Westcott will be running a lot while he is over in Rio. Photo: GETTY IMAGES

THE VIETNAMESE COACH: Joe Donnelly has travelled a different path to Rio than most others from our region, and will coach the Vietnamese rowers in Brazil. Photo: NICK McGRATH

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— AUS Olympic Team (@AUSOlympicTeam) July 14, 2016It’s an unbelievably proud moment to represent your country.

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Fate is in their hands

ROCK AND ROLL: Port Pirie band Cheap Fate have just released their latest single and are ready to take on the musical world. Their unique brand of punk rock has previously won them Battle of the Bands in Murray Bridge.Four high school students havejoinedtogether to show the world everything they have -with their talent, personality and passion to pursue their dreams.
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Singer Tyler Paterson, guitarist Jake Tilley, bass player Luke Pearce and and drummer Rochelle Veltman make upPort Pirieband Cheap Fate.

The band just released their new single ‘Twisted’ on Triple J Unearthed.

When asked how they wrote the song, Tyler said that he“was quite bored that day so I decided to write a song and whatever came to mind I wrote down”.

The wentto Adelaide to record the songwith funding from their school making it possible.

Challenges during the recording included technical parts such asperfecting the bass riff.

Forming in 2014, the four have worked hard ever since whether it is writing, rehearsing or playing.

The band have had some gigsplaying Battle of the Bands at Murray Bridge.

“We won first place for that. That was cool,” Tyler said.

Cheap Fate have many friends that have asked them to play gigs, making it easier to find shows to play.

“If we had to organiseone by ourselves, we wouldprobably struggle,” Jake said.

There were many band names discussedbut CheapFate is the one they chose.

“It is not the bestbut we had it since the start, you stick with the name that everyone knows you by,” Tyler said.

Jake said that when growing up he wanted to be like the bands Green Day, Blink 182,Led Zeppelin and Metallica, but the band agreed they are similar to Paramore.

It is said that having a country singer in the band sets them apart from any other group, giving the grouptheir own personal touch.

They all agree that starting a band in Port Pirie is a challenge but with the internet on their side it makes it easier to get heard.

Future plans for the band involve a worldwide tour to play for anyone who enjoys their music however right now the main goal for the band is to expose themselves to the world.

Jake said the band wanted to “get as far as we can with it”.

Tyler agreed, saying “we want to put ourselves out there and get heard.”

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Informative WAB gathering

INFORMATIVE: Stewarts Range WAB member Janet Lindsay thanks Josh Rosser of the Natural Resources Management Board for his time with a small gift.Members of the Stewarts Range WABenjoyed an informative presentation at their meeting on July 6.
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Josh Rosser from the Natural Resources Management Board was welcomed as the guest speaker.

Part of Josh’s job is to work with people with weed identification, chemical rates for spraying, spraying of declared weeds if needed and fox and rabbit eradication.

He also stressed the importance when laying bait to have signs on gates, let your neighbours know, as well as doing the required paperwork.

If your dog takes a bait an antidote is now available.

A member brought in a weed but it was too far gone to be identified.

All members received a weed control handbook and Josh went through it with us. He also answered all our questions.

We were amazed how many plants in the garden are declared weeds, as well as some that should be.

Janet Lindsay thanked Josh with a small gift for his very enjoyable and informative talk and discussions.

Committee members had previously met at Hazel Hack’s home to collate the forthcoming year program.

Competition winners: Farm Animal – 1st Betty Hack, 2nd Janet Lindsay. Bloom – 1st Janet Lindsay, 2nd C. Wyers.

The meeting ended with the roll call of ‘asport that you like watching’ and these included the Olympics, swimming, tennis, netball andequestions events. Watching the grandchildren play soccer was also a favourite.

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Ben hits the right notes for orchestra

IN TUNE: There’s just two trumpet players in the Regional Youth Orchestra and Ornage’s Ben Hoskins-Murphy, 12 will be one of them. Photo: DECLAN RURENGA
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The Regional Youth Orchestra will have a special guest duringtheir performance of the opera Carmen.

Ben Hoskins-Murphy, is 12-year-old andthe only primary school student in the orchestra.

The Catherine McAuley Primary student will besecond trumpet.

When he arrives in Sydney on Wednesday, there will be three hours of practise and a whole day on Thursday before the performance.

Carmen is a challenging piece of music and along with firsttrumpet Ben willstart with a simple melody before moving into off-beat.

“We have to set our own time and trumpets are very loud so there’s a lot of pressure to get it right,” Ben said.

Ben won’t be alone, his sister Sophie, has been selected as first violin and leader of the orchestra.

“There’s several first violins but only one leader of the orchestra,” he said.

They’re among nine musicians representing Orange Regional Conservatorium –one of the largest groups to join the orchestra.

Orange contingentSam Betts –First flute

Isabelle Clarke-Randazzo –Cello

Lucy Clarke-Randazzo –First violin

Max Eastwood –First violin

William Harper –Second bassoon

Ben Hoskins-Murphy –Second trumpet

Sophie Hoskins-Murphy –First violin and orchestra leader

Tegan Mackay –Viola

Harry Macpherson –First trombone

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Cheers, tears, 30 years

THREE DECADES: Salvation Army Batemans Bay Captains Ross and Melanie-Anne Holland are looking forward to the Eurobodalla 30th anniversary.The Salvation Army is celebrating 30 years in the Eurobodalla with a fun, free-of-charge weekend on August 5, 6 and 7.
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On Friday nightit kicks off with an all-ages alcohol-free‘80s-themed disco complete with DJ atthe Batemans Bay Corps at Old Princes Highway and on Saturday there will beCorps outreach at Moruya Markets and a concert band playing at the rotunda at Russ Martin Park at 10am.

A free family barbecue and fun afternoon will be held at Corrigans Reserve atBatehaven at 1pm and theSydney Staff Songsters will perform a concert at the Batemans Bay Corps at 7pm.

Family Worship will be led by Sydney Staff Songsters and Colonels Julie and Mark Campbell at the Batemans Bay corps at 10am on Sunday and at12.30pm there will be corps family lunch, to which all are welcome

The Army may be celebrating 30 years in the shire, but the actual historygoes back further than that.

The Salvation Army’sCaptain Frances Eliza QuailandLieutenant Malvina Banksestablished the Army’s ministry in Moruya in 1892, but the corps closed in 1908.

Nearly 100 years later, Batemans Bay Salvation Army officersCaptains Ben and Emma Johnsonopened a Salvation Army Family Store in Moruya in 2004.

The Internet Café was opened a year later, and the court house ministry also began in 2005, with Salvation Army soldiersPhillip and Coral Reeks assisting.

This year the Moruya Mission Centre opened in Vulcan Street.

Although Batemans Bay is the largest Salvation Army ministry in the area, it only officially opened in 1986, under the leadership ofEnvoy Les Shaw.

Batemans Bay Corps’ Captain Melanie-Anne Holland praised the Eurobodalla community for its support of the Salvation Army, andsaid she and husband Captain Ross Holland had enjoyed their two-and-a-half years so far in the shire.

“It has gone quickly,” she said.

“A highlight has been working together with the other churches, which has had wonderful results.”

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Sharon completes marathon challenge

Sharon Sutherland during the Hobart run. Seven marathons in sevendays in sevenstates/territories –that was the daunting challenge facingSharon Sutherland.
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However, Kiama resident MrsSutherland has recovered froma week filled with early wake-up calls, blisters, flights and halfmarathons –all for charity.

Mrs Sutherland completed anendurance running challenge in June/July to raise funds and awareness for national child protection advocateBravehearts.

She tackled half marathons, completing21km a day for sevenconsecutive days.

Bravehearts is an Australian charity which seeksto educate, empower and protect Australian kids from sexual assault.

Billed as “Australia’s biggest charity run to protect kids”, the Bravehearts 777 marathonchallengeincorporatesseven marathons in sevendays in sevenstates/territories.

CHALLENGE: Sharon Sutherland earlier this year, preparing for a gruelling physical challenge to raise funds for charity. Picture: ADAM MCLEAN

The challenge schedule began onJune 27 inPerth, eventually culminating at Australia’slargest marathonon the Gold CoastonJuly 3.

“As long as you raise the money, you can do half marathons, you can walk, do 10km, whatever you can on the day,” Mrs Sutherland said.

“There were 20 people running and as a team we raised over $315,000 for Bravehearts.

“This is Bravehearts’ biggest fundraiser.

“It does not receive a lot of government funding.This will help so many children who suffer child sexual abuse and survivors of this horrific act.

“Among other things we have raised enough for 13,000 counseling sessions for abused kids.”

Mrs Sutherland implementeda strict training regiment for the months leading up to the challenge.

This included three-time Uncle Toby’s Ironman series winnerGuy Andrewsprovidingencouragement and assistance with fitness, trainingand motivation.

Mrs Sutherland said each day of the challenge consisted of the same routine:up at 5am,5.30am breakfast and hotel checkout,6.15am leave hotel,7am start running,1pm back to hotel for showers,2.15pm off to airport,8pm land in next city and10pm bed.

“It was a tough, grueling week,” she said.

“What kept us all going was thinking of the kids who needed help and the funds and awareness we were raising.

“The blisters and sore feet were nothing compared to what some kids are going through.

“At each city we had people join us and tell us their stories.”

Mrs Sutherlandstarted running little more than twoyears ago at the age of 43.

Shecompleted fivehalf marathons, twoCity to Surf races, twoRun Wollongong races and twoother fun runs prior to taking on the Bravehearts challenge.

Mrs Sutherlandownsbusinesses in Unanderraand Campbelltown, andtrains with an outdoor training group in Kiama eachmorning.

After finishing the challenge. Picture: Supplied

Mrs Sutherland became aware ofBravehearts while reading a running magazine, andsaid her goal was“to do something different” for an important cause.

“When I started looking at the charity and the numbers, it’s like one in five kids are sexually abused in Australia,” she said.

“I’m considering doing the challenge again next year.

“It’s such a worthwhile cause, and it’s just the stories you hear along the way.”

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Don’t just donate, Let It Go

Ta-dah: Timothy Hodgen, Hannah Smith, Shannon Day, Nikki Madula, Genesis Holt, Abbey Groocock and, in front, Ava-Rose Askew, Liam Tomlin and Miki Clarke rehearse.
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Elsa, Shrek, Ariel, Rapunzel, even Timon and Pumbaa –all of your family’sfavourite animated characters will be brought to life through song in Murray Bridge this weekend.

“The Sound of Musicals”will feature songs from a range of musical films, sung by singers aged between 14 and 20 from Murray Bridge, Mannum, Clayton and Adelaide, each of whom has made it through an audition process.

There will be costumes, atmosphere, warm-up music by Ellen Saunders and emceeing by Hairspray character Corny Collins –not to mention cupcakes, tea and coffee provided by Soroptimist Bronwyn Heard.

The event was the brainchild of Ava-Rose Askew andHannah Smith, and will raise funds for Silent Ripples, a local support group for people bereaved by suicide.

On Tuesday, Hannah said she was excited at how well rehearsals were going.

“Everyone has their own special different talents, and everyone gets together,” she said.

“It’s going to be an amazing show.”

She thanked Rural City of Murray Bridge youth officer Paul Ankerson and the council’s youth action committeefor their support.

Performances: 12pm and 7pm Saturday at The Station, Railway Terrace, Murray Bridge.Tickets: 100 available to each show for a$10 donation at the door; arrive early to avoid disappointment.More information on Silent Ripples: 梧桐夜网silentripples.netor 0417 741 888.This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.

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Quad safety rebate rolled out

AS RECENTLYoutlined in the NSW Budget, $2 million has been set aside for the Quad Bike Safety Improvement Program. Theis made up of a series of regional training events and about$1.5 million for quad bike safety rebates.
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The rebate program offers up to $500 for small farming businesses in NSW for purchasing one or a combination of the eligible four safety solutions. These include:

Up to $310 toward the cost of quad bike training at existing registered training organisationsin NSW.Up to $250 towards the purchase of either the Quadbaroperator protective device (OPD) or Lifeguard OPD.Up to $500 to purchase a side-by-side vehicle.Up to $45 to purchase a helmet compliant with NZS 8600:2002, AS/NZS 1698:2006 and/or UNECE22.05.In addition, each worker of qualifying businesses can access the rebate program for training and purchasing of one suitable helmet.There are up to 6530 distinct rebates available, with a maximum rebated amount applicable for each safety solution.

Farmers must attend an eligible educative interaction with SafeWork NSW before purchasing the safety solutions to qualify for the rebates, similar to the small business rebate program. Eligible educative interactions are specific events operated or supported by SafeWork NSW including Farm Safety Days, Agricultural Field Days and Safety Advisory Visits conducted by SafeWork NSW officers.

NSW Farmers has been successful in securing the role as the rebate program’s administrator, which meanswe will be performing the processing of incoming applications.Details of the regional training events will be announced by SafeWork NSW once they are finalised.

Visit 梧桐夜网nswfarmers.org419论坛/nsw-quad-bike-safety-improvement-programBy RICHARD CHAMEN, NSW Farmers Industrial Relations chairmanThis story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.

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