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Sons of John springs to good start

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CHUFFED: Jason Attard’s Sons of John was off to a great start in his spring campaign. Picture: Geoff JonesHawkesbury trainer Jason Attard will be looking for his biggest race win of his relatively short training career after his star galloper Sons of John tasted success in the Bill Ritchie Handicap (1400m) at Royal Randwick last Saturday. The gelding will be now aimed at Saturday week’s $1million Group 1 Epsom (1600m) at the same track.
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Attard, along with partner Lucy, prepares his horses out of the historic Reibycroft Stud property – owned by Hawkesbury Race Club vice-chairman Syd Kelly and his wife Carolyn – and takes them to the nearby Hawkesbury track for fast work. However, the training method of mixing track work with swimming on the property, mixed with trips into to Mascot for beach work, has paid handsome dividends for the hard working couple.

Blake Shinn rode the six-year-old gelding for the first time on Saturday, and got him home in a close finish from representatives of Sydney’s two biggest stables, Torgersen (Chris Waller) and Federal (John O’Shea).

The $75,000 first prize lifted Sons Of John’s career earnings to just over $431,000. He has raced 23 times for seven wins and six placings, with two of the latter behind champion mare Winx at this time last year. Attard’s star was pipped on the post by Winx in the Group 2 Theo Marks Stakes (1300m) at Rosehill Gardens and then finished third to her in Randwick’s Epsom. However, with the champion mare tasking a different path to Melbourne for the rest of the Spring Carnival, Attard’s confidence can be buoyed to go at least one better this year.

Attard, who also won last year’s Group 3 Hawkesbury Gold Cup (1600m) with Sons Of John, has won three races in the last 10 days.

He scored with Haymate on his home track on September 8, and then with Jimarni at Muswellbrook last Sunday week.

Thursday racing at Hawkesbury

Strong numbers again highlight a tricky day for punters for the provincial midweek meeting at Hawkesbury. Again all the top stables are represented and although a little rain has been around for the last week or so, strong winds and sunshine earlier in the week should see the track again race well, with a little give in it.

Following the meeting, the track will undergo a technique known as ‘slicing’, which is an aerator type machine which allows the ground to be opened up as the soil temperature warms up into the Spring.

After a long, wet Winter, the track is recovering well leading into a busy period of racing in to the Spring and Summer.

Following the meeting, the next oneis the ‘Flavours of the World’ Food, Wine and Music race day on Sunday, 9th October, which will feature a number of stall sampling local food, produce and wine. Again it will be a great day out for the whole family, with jazz and other local bands, a children’s fashion parade, great prizes for on course patrons and of course, plenty of action on the track.

Greg Rudolph is the CEO of Hawkesbury Race Club.

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Business Week hailed a success

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City of Victor Harbor mayor Graham Philp, Minister for Ageing Zoe Bettison, TAFE SA chief executive Robin Murt, and project manager Bob Goreing at the launch of the mature-aged business program. The program was part of Business WeekVICTOR HARBOR – The inaugural Victor Harbor Business Week has been dubbed a success with more than150 business leaders from Victor Harbor and its surrounds coming together to attend the range of events that celebrated local business.
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A joint initiative of the City of Victor Harbor and the Victor Harbor and District Business Association (VHBA), Business Week ran from September 12 to 16. The event supported local businesses through a program of seminars, mentoring session, workshops and networking events that centred on topics of marketing, taxation, business health and digital applications.

The events were well attended by a range of audiences including seasoned business people, start-ups and those considering starting a business in the region.

“The intent of Business Week has been to provide our many micro and small businesses access to quality information that will assist them in running and growing their businesses,” City of Victor Harbor mayor Graham Philp said.

“I thank all businesses who supported Victor Harbor Business Week events.”

VHBAchair Nick Gormley said therehave beenmany positive responses from members about the range of events that were offered across the week.

“The Victor Harbor and District Business Association look forward to working with the council on future initiatives that support and grow our business community,” Mr Gormley said.

Council also acknowledge the support provided by the various government and local businesses that contributed toward events in the program.

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Travel time drives change

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BIG city traffic congestion is proving more of an incentive to make a move to the bush than big city house prices, according to the latest Evocities survey.
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More than 2000 families have made the move from a capital city to one of the seven regional Evocities since the program launched in 2010.

Evocities conducts an online survey every two years seeking responses from relocatedfamilies to a range of questions regarding their reasons for moving and impressions of their new home town.

The latest survey, conducted in July, sought responses from families who had relocated in 2015 and 2016.

It found that the search for a better quality of life was the most common reason for moving (59 per cent of respondents) and that more people were fleeing traffic congestion in the capital cities (54 per cent) than high real estate prices (49 per cent).

The move to an Evocity had also dramatically cut the daily commuting time for many survey respondents.

Before making the move, 51 per cent of respondents said they spent more than half an hour travelling to work each day while one-in-five took more than an hour.

After making the move, two-thirds of respondents said it now took them less than 10 minutes to get to work.

More than half of the tree changers (55 per cent) who were looking for work managed to secure a job before relocating while another 22 per cent found work in their Evocity within three months of moving.

Other key survey findings included:

69 per cent of relocators said their cost of housing was improved or much improved since making the move.63 per cent of relocators said their access to the outdoors was improved or much improved since making the move.71 per cent of relocators were surprised by the facilities on offer in their new city.77 per cent of relocators said the decision to make the move to an Evocity was a good one.79 per cent of relocators would recommend the move to other people.Evocities began as a jointmarketing campaign funded by the Albury, Armidale, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, Tamworth and Wagga Waggacouncils.Orange City Council has since withdrawn.

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Bring the whole family to clear the mind

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File pic.Walcha Central School is supporting ‘Mental Health Month’ which is celebrated every year in NSW during the month of October. The aim is to encourage all of us, whether we have experienced mental illness or not, to learn and understand the importance of looking after our mental health and wellbeing.
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According to the World Health Organisation; “mental health is the state of wellbeing in which every person can cope with the normal stresses of life, work productively and contribute to their community” (WHO, 2014). The message is simple and very important: We should all learn about mental health, know about our thoughts and feelings and take action to improve our mental wellbeing.

We all have our own way of seeing ourselves, the world and other people. No matter how hard it can be, it is important to listen to different views. It can motivate us to learn more about our mental health and explain misunderstandings that can stop us from seeking help.

Sometimes our biggest priority will be getting some help for things that are causing us problems or for changes in the way we are feeling and thinking. Often a good first step is having a chat to a local doctor who can refer you to someone who can help.

At Walcha Central School we have a passion for sharing knowledge and we want to do this by connecting socially during a range of activities including laughter yoga,a mental health forum anda colour run on October 13.We would like to invite you to come and join us in the fun so pleasecontact the school for more details.

Colour run nomination forms can be collected fromthe Walcha Council, Walcha Information Centre or Walcha Central School.The cost per participant is a gold coin donation.

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Tackling cyber bullies

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ANTI-BULLYING: Cyber safety expert Susan McLean knows firsthand how scary the online world can be for parents and children.
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Susan McLean’s no-nonsense approach to cyber bullying is keeping our kids safer in the online world.

The cyber safety expert was in Launceston on Wednesday to speak with parents and students about how to navigate websites, social media and apps.

Ms McLean worked for several years as a police officer and through her work, has seen the horrors that unfold online each day.

She said parents today hadsafety in the real world grasped, such as teaching their childrennot to speakto strangers or not to leave the front door open, but it was a different story online.

“The same parent or child who has a grasp on real-life safety goes totally the opposite online,” Ms McLean said.

“You might engage with someone you don’t know online, so if a stranger came to your door wouldn’t let them in but you do online.”

She said that while kids might be tech-savvy, they did not appreciate the risks they faced.

MsMcLean said that whileTasmania was oncea safe place from the rest of the world due to its remoteness, that was not the case anymore.

“The whole world is now in Launceston through the internet,” she said.

“All the amazing people you can connect with are here, but all the not so amazing people that physically couldn’t get to Launceston because it’s a long way away can come into your child’s world through the internet.”

With social media sites growing by the day, students are faced with making decisions never thought about before.

“The main issue is cyber bullying –being harassed and humiliated and abused online or having photos that you might have shared in trust re-posted,” Ms McLean said.

Ms McLean’s message to parents is simple –be the parent.

“You are not your child’s best friend, you are their parent and you need to make those parental decisions,” she said.

“If a site has an age restriction, obey it, it’s there for your benefit and it is the site saying young people can’t come there.

“Use the security setting the sites offer you –Facebook, Instagram and Twitter have security settings but they don’t help if you don’t use them.”

Ms McLean said parents should block unfriendly users, copy the information and report them to the site.

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Kennedy leaves Darley to play for junior club

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Darley Football Club has been left with a significant void to fill following the departure of 2015 Henderson medallist and star player Steve Kennedy.
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Kennedy will return to his junior club Altona, where he played in its 2012 one-point grand final victory,after three seasons with the Devils.

BIG LOSS: Darley midfielder Steve Kennedy will return to his junior club Altona next year after three seasons with the Devils. Picture: Kate Healy

The classy midfielder won Darley’s best and fairest medal the past two seasons as well as beingnamed in the Ballarat Football League’s team of the year in both years.

Darley football manager Craig Baker said it was a “huge loss” for the club but understood the ever-present temptation to return to his home club.

“We understand. It was a very hard decision for him but he weighed it all upand he just lent towards playing with his mates and that’s something he’s wanted to do for a while,” Baker said.

“He’s really well liked and respected around the club and he’ll be a huge loss.”

Despite the disappointment, the club will quickly turn its attention to replacing the elusive onballer.

While Baker concedes trying to replace a player of Kennedy’s calibre is a tough ask,the club will begin searching for players to add to its midfield rotationduring the off-season.

“You can’t dwell on these things and we’re going to have to try and get someone to replace him.”

After winning the 2015 premiership, Darley were hit hard by injury and never got its season fully back on track after losing its first four matches, qualifying for the finals in sixth positionalbeit four games behind fifth.

It was eventually knocked out by Sunbury in the elimination final.

“We dropped off last year, but we had a lot of injuries. Touch wood all those players will be back this year. They’re 15 of the main players that played in our premiership team.

“We don’t think it’ll take a lot of players for us to rebound.”

Kennedy played 17 matches in 2016 and was named among the best on 11 occasions.

The untimely departure deals former Carlton star and new Darley coach Heath Scotland an early blow.

The 200-game AFLplayer and former Darley junior will have the challenge of returning the Devils to the top of the Ballarat Football League ladder.

Scotland returns to Darley Park after two years with Doncaster in the Eastern Football League, having joined the Sharks after retiring from Carlton in 2014.

Scotland fills the vacancy left by Jarrod Edwards, who coached the Devils for three years – taking them to their first BFL premiership in 2015.

Steve Kennedy

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Esperance through your eyesPHOTOS

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Esperance through your eyes | PHOTOS @jseivwright: Classic Wharton Lines.
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@anomadicexistence: The Great Ocean Drive – a 38 kilometre loop from Esperance in Western Australia’s south-east, has some of the most beautiful coastal scenery in the country!

@cassie_b86: It was worth the scramble #frenchmanspeak #niceview #capelegrandnationalpark

@beccwarren: Sunday afternoon adventures

@cassie_b86: Hands down my fave beach in Australia #luckybay #wa #capelegrandnationalpark #esperance

@australiasgoldenoutback: Happy Friday from Esperance! Thanks to Dan Paris for capturing this friendly little guy! #goldenoutback #justanotherdayinwa #seeaustralia #thisiswa #australiasgoldenoutback #esperance #beach

@cassie_b86: One of my fave pics that I’ve taken so far #roosonthebeach #luckybay

@jimjamoscope: #esperance #wa

@jaysus15: Grey clouds looming over Cape Le Grande National Park after a slippery climb to the summit of Frenchman’s peak #frenchmanspeak #capelegrandnationalpark #capelegrande #Esperance #climb #gopro #adventure

@eric_brereton: Esperance King Spider Orchid #flower #orchid #orchidporn #wildflowers #esperance #wildorchid #bloom #spring

@co_desreum: Australia, australia come back to me! #ocean #bleu #sea #south #australia #contry #cost #great #road #esperance #westernaustralia #instadaily #landscape #memories #travel #backpacker

@jontz_: Ridiculous amount of colour at the Ravensthorpe Wildflower Festival

@louisestewartbrown: Esperance Bay

@lauren__alewis: Seems like a looooong way down ’til Friday #mondayitis #australiagram

@louisestewartbrown:Twilight Beach on the Ocean Drive Esperance WA

@rml247: #trees #esperance #esperancewa #westernaustralia #perspective #pointofview #justanotherdayinwa #seeaustralia #waroadtrip

@paulmp: Heading across to Esperance on @AustraliasGoldenOutback later this week, looking forward to getting some more photos of the gorgeous beaches! Esperance, Western Australia

@nicquinnimages: Hellfire bay, Esperance. #nicquinnimages #photography #photographer #australia #australiassw #westernaustralia #westcoast #westisbest #esperance #hellfirebay #downsouth #wauncovered #exploreaustralia

@meganelke: First swim of the season #capelegrande #esperance

@slipstevie: Did a very lazy 2km swim this morning. I did a lot of talking to my friends in the lanes next to me. This pic is a jump in shot selfie stick included! I love taking pics and seeing how they turn out.

@simplycheecky: I found this wildflower on my way back from Lucky Bay to Esperance yesterday. There were many of them even though I couldn’t find a whole field that was full of them.

@salomefe: #westernaustralia #esperance #ocean #bay #whitesand #capelegrandnationalpark #luckybay #thistlecove #hellifirebay #legrandbeach #stunning #nature #spring #travelaround #whitestbeach #keepinmovement

@teopavel: #australia #travellife #travel #travelling #beautiful #photooftheday #me #ocean #spiagge #mare #sole #felicità #relax #instamoment #beach #lifestyle

@sherlyn275: Overlooking the spectacular view #wa

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Faces at the Cooinda Santa Gertrudis sale | Photos

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Faces at the Cooinda Santa Gertrudis sale | Photos The Cooinda Santa Gertrudis team celebrated a successful 6th annual sale and were especially pleased with the new sale venue.
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Eleven month old Sophie with her parents Jocelyn and Alan Nock, Red Mile Santas, Mundubberra.

Malcolm and Chick Gadsby, Talgai Santas, Goomburra.

Terry Ryan, Landmark, Chinchilla keeps tally on the bulls sold.

Roger and Briony Hoare, Fernbank, Chahpingah, with their children Zoe and Dougie.

Hayden McGuigan, Cree Vista, Thangool, along with many other visitors were smitten with Cooinda Luscious.

Chris Fox, Cooinda Santa Gertrudis, Proston, thanked buyers, under bidders and visitors for making their inaugural sale a memorable one. Pictured with him are selling agents Carl Warren and Cyril Close, Top X Roma, and Mark Scholes, Landmark Rockhampton.

Looking at the Cooinda bulls for commercial use were Daniel and Marisa Young, Mundubbera, along with their daughters Emily and Larissa.

Roz Presho, Prue Jensen and Sarah Packer, of TopX.

Prostons Angels Relay for Life members Michael Nott, Val Elliott, Heather Rowberry, Irene McDonald, Brenda Johanson and Noela Ardrey worked tirelessly doing the catering at the sale.

Finding a shady spot under the new grandstands were sisters, Parker and Addison Cooke, Tansey.

TVF Pastoral Company representatives Charlie Charters, Albro Station, Clermont, and Andrew Delforce, Minnie Downs, Tambo.

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Chalmers ready to return

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KYLE Chalmers is still getting used to people stopping himto askfor photographs and autographs as he walks down the street.
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Two months ago he was an unknown to most people apart from family, friends and serious swimming supportersbut after winning gold in the men’s100 metres freestyleat the Rio Olympics last month he has become a famous face.

“It’s a little bit out of control,” Chalmers said.

“The Olympics is like a five-week bubble –you leave and noone knows who you are and you come back and everyone knows who you are.”

But as with everything, the 18-year-oldseems to be taking all the extraattentionin his stride.

Chalmers has had a packed schedule since returning from Rio with Adidas commitments in Germany and Rio and a holiday in London as well as a few appearances and welcome home events in Australia but he is looking forward togetting back to Port Lincoln this weekend and “breathing that fresh country air”.

“I can’t wait to get over there.”

Although he said the three-day trip would not be long enough.

Chalmers said he was looking forward to seeing the people of Port Lincoln who had given him so much support.

When he returnshome to Adelaide he will dive intoa month of hard training before the World Championships in Japan and Singapore followed by theshort course trials and he hopes to qualify for theFINA World Swimming Championships at the end of the year.

Away from the pool he will be heading to Melbourne next week for someappearances at the AFL grand final and thento the Gold Coast for a birthday.

But this weekend, the people ofPort Lincoln will have him all to themselves as the city celebrates its latest gold medallist with a community event on the foreshore from10.15am.

Official proceedings will startat 11am with Chalmers to be joined by family and friends on stage to share his Olympic story.

Olympic gold medallist Kyle Chalmers. Picture: Getty

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Village ‘isolated’ by floods

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A VILLAGE hasvirtually been isolatedwith residents risking life and limb to enter and exit San Isidore through floodwaters after Benedict Avenue became inundated by rain on Wednesday.
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Roads connecting San Isidore to Wagga.

Council and Highway Patrol were called to the drenchedroad, which is the only route connecting San Isidore to Wagga, after multiple motorists allegedly became trapped and required rescuing within the last week.

Roads connecting San Isidore to Wagga.

Tom Hughes, who has lived in San Isidore for more than 25 years, said motorists were forced to veer through the floodwaters to get to and from work.

“There’s a crossing about 30 metres from a water culvert that turns into a lake just about every time we see a thunderstorm now,” he said.

“We’re always warned not to drive through flood waters because of the immediate danger but when it’s the only way in and out of town you don’t have a choice.

“One of these days someone in a little Toyota is going to try and drive through and will drownor be killed.”

It comes asWagga on Wednesday morningset a new all time-record for September rainfall with131mmso far andnine days still remaining in the month.

Rising water levels became a significant threat for Cootamundra residents on Wednesday, after a number of homes on Onley street were evacuated by police.

Muttama Creek levels had risen to a point wherebackyards of houseswere disappearing underwater and properties were slowly becoming drenched.

TheSES issued a warning for flash flooding in Cootamundra but saidit was not possible to predict a flood peak due to uncertainty over how much more rain will fall.

“We haven’t had too many flood rescues today but we’ve certainly been challenged by the amount of sandbagging, evacuations and preparations we’ve been doing,” SES officer Ian Leckie said.

“Cootamundra has been our main area of concern today but there’s still a number of road closures in place for Wagga and at this stage we’re unsure of the flood peak with more rain expected.”

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Forum focuses on employment

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FORUM: Employment Facilitator David Hayward is excited about the community interest in the Department of Employment’s Business Breakfast.As unemployment continues to be a big issue in Whyalla and South Australia as a whole, The Department of Employment will be hosting an event with hopes to assist businesses to recruit job-ready individuals.
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The department will be hosting a Business Breakfast Forum at the Westland Hotel Palms Function Centre on September 29.

Guest speakers include Steve Arndt from BHP Billiton Olympic Dam, and Brett Triffett from Oz Minerals.

Both speakers will give short presentations of their future plans for the region.

Employment Facilitator David Hayward said the event is shaping up nicely, with a total of 80 business and organisations nominating to be a part of the breakfast.

“The numbers are looking extremely good, nominations don’t close until next Monday so we’re expecting to get quite a few more,” he said.

“It’s very important that employers know about government programs which can assist them, so they need t take advantage of those programs and build their workforce capacity.”

Also presenting will beIvan Neville from theDepartmentofEmploymentwho will provide a statistical analysis of the region including the future of work and the labour force requirements.

TheDepartmentwillprovide information on supports available for businesses to find and recruit individuals,accessing Government funding to support jobseekers with their training needs, and building workforce capability.

This event is supported by the Whyalla City Council, the Whyalla Chamber of Commerce and Regional Development Australia Whyalla and Eyre Peninsula Inc.

There will be opportunities for businesses to network with other employers and to share information about current workforce challenges and opportunities.

TheDepartmentofEmploymentwill also be presenting to school students and job seekers later in the day.

Mr Hayward thanked all those supporting the event.

For any further information, or to nominate,please contact David Hayward on 0417 895 833.

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Cattle show winners| Photos

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Brian “Brooke” Middlebrook Shield – Dairy Encouragement Award:
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AnthonyShultz Beef Hersperson winners:

Senior Winner: Ryan Carpenter, Runnerup: Laura DunlopJunior Winner: Josh Norrie, Runner up: Julius HollingsworthDairy Herdsperson winners:

Senior Winner Jessica Kernahan, Runnerup: Nick MaslenJunior Winner Melody Maslen, Runnerup: Tom HarrisDave “Robbo” Robinson Trophy – Beef Encourage Award Winner:

Bailey GourleyCattle judging winners:

10 andunder:1st Lachlan Sansom, 2nd Emma Bignell andSeth Amos11-14 years: 1stJulius Hollingsworth, 2nd Emma Steele15 yearsand over: 1st Madelaine Blanch,2nd Laura Dunlop Cattle show winners| Photos Laura Dunlop, Ryan Carpenter, Josh Norrie and Julius Hollingworth.

Sponsor Donnell Walker, First National Real Estate and Anthony Shultz.

Jessica Kernahan, Nick Maslen, Melody Maslen and Tom Harris

Sponsor Gloucester Rural Supplies Chris Maslen and Bailey Gourley

Julius Hollingsworth, Sponsor – Donnell Walker, Emma Steele, Madelaine Blanch, Laura Dunlop, Lachlan Sansom, Emma Bignell and Seth Amos.

Eiva Swilks and Tom Harris

Jessica Kernahan and Ellen Griffin

Melody Maslen and Nicolas Maslen

Amelia Carson

Mairand Riley and Kaitlyn Beggs

Josh Norrie, Elana Pope and Travis Sansom

Darcy Hopwood and Abbey Waddell

Selby Clayton

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Web Words

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Plans to cut Virginflights to SydneyAlthough they lost slots in Sydney they would of chosen the least profitable route to scrap from those slots. Just makes sense. So it is Virgin’s doing but forced by Sydney airports.
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I travel the route once or twice a week and the 5.50am down and 7.30pmback slots lost were really convenient.

Shame it hasnt been supported enough to compel virgin to scrap other routes when 3 slots were removed.

Andrew AitkenWell, to my way of thinking, if Virgin Airlines are cutting their flights to Tamworth by half, that would indicate to me that they aren’t making the money.

I mean, what airline would cut their service drastically if they were making good money?

It wouldn’t make sense. Virgin should helicopter us here and there and do away with the landing slots.

Phillip Allan JonesIt is not Virgin’s doing, if they don’t have the landing slots, they cannot expect the passengers to parachute out, just to make the Mayor happy.

Cynthia MurrayI’d be more worried about the access to free parking out there when the boom gates go up. Anyone know anything about that?

Cory CallcottVirgin Australia you need to invest in regional Australia.

Ben CliftonSteps towards a win win solution was perhaps right in front of people – if they knew where to look.

Derek TinkThis is not VIRGINS doing.

Andrew DraperChamps, Cramps and Challenges BallIt was a fantastic night, proof of the level of respect for Graham & Daryl. Congratulations to the Yeo and Bath families on such a massive achievement.

Susan McDonnellWell done everyone. Incredible result!

Ann HenryWOW! That is fantastic Luke xx

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