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The week that was in the central westPhotos

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The week that was in the central west | Photos BLAYNEY: Education Week at Trunkey Creek Public School was a big hit.

ORANGE: Staff at McCarthy’s Pharmacy are shocked and saddened by a brazen theft after a man walked into the pharmacy and stole a collection box from the front counter, which containing hundreds of dollars raised to sponsor a staff member in the Blackmores Sydney Running Festival.

PARKES: A major landscaping project has made it safer for children at the Parkes Early Childhood Centre.

ORANGE: A surge in the number of children’s books sold in Australia in the past year has quashed predictions children would turn away from printed books in favour of electronic books.

COWRA: St Raphael’s Hall will come alive tonight with a Parisian inspired art auction and exhibition. Students from Kindergarten through to year 10 have spent the year preparing art for the week-long arts festival, which will wrap up this Friday, August 14.

ORANGE: Another two cafes are expected to open in Orange by October and the market saturation has cafe owners nervous. There are about 40 cafes in and around Orange.

FORBES: Police have stepped up patrols of Apex Park and Forbes Shire Council committed to daily sweeps of the playground after a child stepped on a used needle.

CANOWINDRA: Prepare for a journey down the rabbit hole later this month as Canowindra High School students bring their latest production to life- with a twist.

ORANGE: Wade Park curator Bruce Cousins discovered a one metre-long woma python out the front of the ground on Monday, and snake catcher Greg Pringle said that particular breed of snake was not just rare for this area, it was virtually unheard of.

GRENFELL: The Weddin Shire is in severe danger of losing their recycling service. Changes will occur as of 15th August 2014. Weddin Shire continues to transfer all of the kerbside recycling service to the Cowra Shire’s Materials Recovery Facility (MRF).

COWRA: More than 27 tractors and associated drivers are making final engineering checks on their tractors in preparation for the 2014 Camp Quality Tractor Trek.

PARKES: Local police are urging members of the community to do two things this month – lock it up and hide it.

ORANGE: Orange Hockey Incorporated president Michelle Stevenson hopes the installation of a $35,000 fence will help fight the vandalism that has plagued the Glenroi sportsground for years.

FORBES: Would you like to be the next Forbes Show Girl? The show girl committee are encouraging local girls aged between 17 and 24 to sign up to be a part of this year’s competition.

COWRA: The judge has been, our scores are in and now we must wait to find out if we’re a contender for this year’s top Tidy Towns titles. Cowra Shire Councillor Judi Smith believes the visit last week went extremely well, although the assessor Lyndall Holstein is keeping her cards close to her chest.

ORANGE: For several years Orange council staff have worked alongside a group of Windred Street residents unhappy about their neighbour’s messy yard and keen to see the rubbish permanently cleared away.

DUBBO: A house fire destroyed a home along Boundary Road on Wednesday night. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

DUBBO: South Dubbo Newsagency owner Andrew Bartlett wishes customer John Kellehar good luck as he hands over a ticket in tonight s $50 million Powerball draw. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

DUBBO: Corie Hazell is hoping to get a carpentry apprenticeship but has struggled to get builders to take her on. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

DUBBO: Students from Lake Cargelligo Central School Layton Mickan, Jackson Patterson and Jay Carlsson with their car. Photo: LOUISE DONGES.

DUBBO: Indigenous-themed belly dancers at Dubbo College South Campus. Back: Travis Finlay, Ty Sutherland, Coen Naden, Buddy Kennedy,Tallulah Ambrose, Emily Coleman, Priscilla Ambrose-Kassis, Tamikah Melville, Chloe Coleman, Tamika Kennedy, Sam Williams and Angela Canalese. Front: Kijuan Dodd, Blake Dodd, Lewis Rosser, Uncle Ralph Naden, Hailey-May Ley-Andrews, Maryam Kassis, Madison McGuinness, Courtney Dodd and Abraham Kassis.Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

DUBBO: Rotary Club of Dubbo Macquarie president Lorna Breeze (centre) presents honours to club members Bev Hawkins and Peter Bartley.

DUBBO: Cynthia Foley president of the Dubbo and District Family History Society Inc. with the Flight Sergeant Middleton bust. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE.

DUBBO: Kanto Gakuin students Kazuya Sakakura and Shu Miyamoto with Dubbo Christian School student Tom Trainor (centre) at a farewell to the students from Japan. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

DUBBO: Senior Sergeant Mal Unicomb with a picture of a Valiant Charger, a vehicle he spent his early years in as a traffic cop. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE.

DUBBO: Bev Mills, Jill O’Leary, Joan Yeo, Pat Darlington, Nora Mines, Adam Darlington. Photo: LOUISE DONGES

NARROMINE: Rakaia, Abram and Alex enjoy Book Week at Narromine Public School.

NYNGAN: Lucy McLaughlin, Molly Smith,Sophie Yabsley, and Anastasia Walsh

NYNGAN: Representatives from the local Aboriginal Land Council and community

DUBBO: A large penning of mixed quality cattle was yarded at the Dubbo saleyards.

WELLINGTON: Wellington Preschool won the first event of the day but there is two days of fabulous entertainment ahead at the Eisteddfod.

WELLINGTON: Westhaven celebrate an emotional Gungie Police victory.

BATHURST: MANY of the greats who have raced at Mount Panorama have been immortalised with an internal road named after them on the mountain they love. Bathurst Regional Council’s director of engineering Doug Patterson, councillor Warren Aubin and mayor Gary Rush take a walk through the avenue of heroes yesterday. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 081314csigns1

Julie Brown, left, and Melissa Johnson, right, in Kings Parade yesterday with a host of supporters, including mayor Gary Rush and councillor Bobby Bourke, promoting the Bangonabeanie event to highlight Brain Injury Awareness Week. Photo ZENIO LAPKA081114zbrain

This Toyota Prado 4WD came to a precarious rest after a parking mishap at Bathurst Aldi. Photo TOP NOTCH VIDEO081014aldi2

MUDGEE: The Mudgee Wombat’s kicked off their 140th birthday celebrations with a gala ball for over 250 guests on Saturday night.

BATHURST: Guest artist and judge Wanda Driscoll with organiser Wendi-Lou Tisdell at Friday’s opening of the Evans Arts Council’s big art show at Bathurst RSL.

BATHURST: Many of the greats who have raced at Mount Panorama have been immortalised with an internal road named after them on the mountain they love. Bathurst Regional Council’s director of engineering Doug Patterson, council

BATHURST: Parents and students outside Kelso Public School after last weekend’s vandalism. While they are happy with news of a security upgrade, the parents still want a fence around the school. Photo PHILL MURRAY 081214pkelso

BATHURST: Police create a crime scene at the Patterson Place home in Kelso where a stabbing took place on Sunday morning. 081014zcrime2

BATHURST: This monster buck kangaroo was roaming freely in Hector Park on Tuesday, right in the middle of suburbia in West Bathurst. Photos BRIAN WOOD 081214bwroo10

LITHGOW: Portland Central School was overflowing with enthusiastic children and carers at Education Week celebrations.

MUDGEE: Luke Spencer of Spencer Cocoa is producing 400 chocolate bars per week from his tiny Mudgee-based operation. PHOTO DARREN SNYDER

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Horsham Saints v Dimboola

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TOUGH ENCOUNTER: Horsham Saints on-baller Sam Clyne and Dimboola forward Lachie Exell will be important players when their sides clash on Saturday. Picture: PAUL CARRACHERGround: Coughlin Park, Horsham, Saturday, 2.20pm.

Last time they met: Round 8, 2014. Horsham Saints 19.16 (130) d Dimboola 14.12 (96).

DIMBOOLA coach Stuart Farr believes his side can beat Horsham Saints on Saturday, despite its record against the Saints this season.

The reigning premier went down to last year’s grand finalist by 21 points in round one and 34 points in round eight.

“They’ve beaten us both times this year but we’re playing a lot better football now,” Farr said.

“I think it will be a pretty good contest.”

Farr said whichever team got on top in the middle was likely to claim the four points.

“Their midfield goes pretty deep,” he said.

“They’ve got the likes of Pat Knott, Nathan Clough, Sam Clyne – the list goes on.

“We’ve got Andrew Seers, Ryan Bell, Nigel Sibson and Tyler Blake playing well, so we’ve got a bit of depth as well.”

Skipper Al McKinnon’s return will boost the Roos’ on-ball brigade.

Farr said Tom Magee was a possible inclusion following ankle surgery, provided he got through training last night.

He said each player needed to work on winning their position.

“The Saints killed us with their spread last time,” he said.

“They’ve got a really even side and we need to tighten up our accountability.”

Both sides’ defenders will need to perform, with Dimboola pair Lachie Exell and Ash Clugston and Saints gun Gavin Kelm leading the senior goal-kicking tally.

Shayne Breuer’s Saints are in scintillating form, but the stakes are much higher for Dimboola.

With Ararat the favourite to beat Nhill and Stawell in the final two rounds, the Roos need to beat the Saints or Minyip-Murtoa to secure a finals berth.

Breuer was unavailable forcomment.

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Gallery: Photos of the Week, August 15

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Gallery: Photos of the Week, August 15 Tasmanian Dance Sport Championships. Photo by Mark Jesser

The Steve Irwin about to set sail after being in Launceston for repairs. The ship manager, Pia Klemp. Photo by Geoff Robson

International Youth Day event: Making the most of the free barbie at Headspace are Launceston College students, Alice Goss 17, Maddy McNear 17, Project Manager, Dominique Smith and Launceston College student Breanna Mason 17 of Launceston. Photo by Geoff Robson

Lee-Anne Faulkner of Cressy has won the Darts Australia Ladies Singles Title. Photo by Geoff Robson

QVMAG: Science weekQVMAG Natural Science Curator David Maynard with Percy Shaw, 4. Chloe Grainger, 4, Audrey Green, 2, and Samuel Fischer, 5, look for bones in the “Giant Palaeontological Dig”. Photo by Paul Scambler

RSPCA Cupcake Day: Brodie, a 14 week old domestic medium haired kitten, takes a closer look at some cupcakes at the RSPCA’s Launceston centre. Photo by Scott Gelston

RSPCA Cupcake Day: Brodie, a 14 week old domestic medium haired kitten, takes a closer look at some cupcakes at the RSPCA’s Launceston centre. Photo by Scott Gelston

World Junior Track champion Macey Stewart arrives home from Korea. Photo by Geoff Robson

Launceston: Bodyfocus: “Mumma and Bubbas” Pilates: Bodyfocus Director Lizzy Gibb works with Jo Taylor and her 4 month old son Rupert, of Campbell Town. Photo by Paul Scambler

Jetstar announcement: Premier Will Hodgman and Jetstar CEO David Hall. Photo by Paul Scambler

25th Annual Ben Lomond Descent: Jerry Holder of Launceston looks out over Jacobs Ladder on Ben Lomond, in preparation for the 25th Ben Lomond Descent. Photo by Paul Scambler

‘The Red Team’: Front, Mitch Lee, Sam McBain and Marcus Poole. Back: Dylan Oakenfull, Johnny Riley, Luke Mayne, Jacob Oakenfull and Joe Holland. Photo by Mark Jesser

Launceston Tennis Centre: Bruce Cup teamJacob Jamieson, 12, is surrounded by Will Gibson 12, Will Bennett 11, Sam Whitehead 11, Chelsea Leggett 12, Thomas Hann 11 all of Launceston. Photo by Paul Scambler

Faith Ranson, 9, of Grindelwald with some of her jewellery.Photo by Paul Scambler

Lilydale chaplain Ben Winwood is flanked by family, friends and members of the Freelife Church congregation on his return to Launceston. Photo by Scott Gelston

Womens cricket, first game to be played at Aurora Stadium. Launceston Mayor Albert van Zetten and Tassie Roar’s Meg Phillips.Photo by Mark Jesser

Corban Cooper, 4, is pictured with a speech/hearing $7000 machine called a ‘Vantage Lite’ that he needs. Photo by Mark Jesser

Corban Cooper, 4, is pictured with a speech/hearing $7000 machine called a ‘Vantage Lite’ that he needs. Also pictured is Mum Cassy Skewes. Photo by Mark Jesser

Philip and Therese De Ruiter in their home at Grindelwald. Philip’s brother Arjen Ryder and wife Yvonne Ryder of Albany WA were travelling on flight MH17. Photo by Mark Jesser

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Warrack Eagles v Horsham

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LIKELY TO PLAY: Warrack Eagle Jason Hinkley. Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

Ground: Brim Recreation Reserve, Saturday, 2.20pm.

Last time they met: Round 8, 2014. Warrack Eagles 17.20 (122) d Horsham 10.15 (75).

WARRACK Eagles coach Tim Inkster has called for his players to lift ahead of Saturday’s top-of-the-table clash with Horsham Demons.

A lacklustre Eagles outfit was downed by lower-ranked Minyip-Murtoa by five points at the weekend.

“We were pretty ordinary with our effort and ball use,” Inkster said.

“Horsham is in red-hot form – its key players are performing well. It’s going to be a tough one.”

Inkster said the team could not afford to rely on the likes of defender Ben Harrison and midfielder Ben Spicer to shoulder the workload each week.

He said forwards Jae McGrath and Peter Weir needed to fire.

“They’ve been a bit down, so they need to lift their game a bit,” he said.

“If they don’t start performing we’ll probably have to chuck them down back again.

“Brad Krahe is another bloke I hope finds some form pretty quickly.”

The Eagles will be without Jesse Murphy, hamstring, and Jayden Werner and Jack Wilson, who are unavailable.

Spicer and Jason Hinkley returned from injury through the reserves at the weekend and are likely to receive a call-up to seniors.

“We’ve got a few blokes back so there is some competition for spots, which is good,” Inkster said.

“Hopefully we’ll put in a strong, consistent performance.

“You can’t stop Horsham unless you’re playing your own game, winning your own footy and making the most of it.”

The Eagles need to win on Saturday to retain a chance at the minor premiership.

Demons coach Jordyn Burke said his side would look to continue its strong form.

“We lost to them last time and we don’t want to do that again,” he said.

“There’s a fair bit on the line and we’re looking forward to it.”

Burke said consistency and winning the midfield would be important.

“They beat is in the middle last time, so we’ll be focusing on having our on-ballers win the footy and then doing the right thing with it,” he said.

Burke said Nick Pekin and Brad Hartigan would need to work hard to combat the Eagles’ on-ball unit.

“Ben Lakin is doing well down back and Nath Kelly is in good form, so they’ll have a job to do – especially as their forwards were in pretty good touch last time and kicked a few,” he said.

The Demons will miss Billy Lloyd and Rhona Conboy with Rebels commitments, but are likely to regain the services of ruckman Michael O’Callaghan, who kicked four goals in the reserves at the weekend.

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Chedid: Land sale nets almost $130 million

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Melrose Park site in Sydney Acqualand?s biggest Australian buy.Parramatta council has received a windfall of almost $130 million for new community assetsfrom the sale of a large site in Melrose Park where a new apartment complex will be built, claimed lord mayor John Chedid.

Cr Chedidsaid the 4.8ha site, bounded by Victoria Rd andWharf Rd, has been bought by property group Aqualand Australia in western Sydney’s biggestdevelopment site sale of 2014.

“This is a great win for our community,” Cr Chedidsaid.

“The site is a key eastern gateway to Parramattanear excellent public transport links and the Parramatta riverfront with Sydney-wide views.

“For many years, this site has been under-utilised and surplus to community needs. The saleprovides a financial windfall for our community and will deliver high quality new housing in asought-after location.”

The council CEO, Greg Dyer, said the council had taken advantage of thecurrent strong market for apartment development sites in Sydney’s west.

“We have achieved a great result for our City,” he said “The sale will allow us to invest in newassets that will better meet future community needs. It’s about maximising the value of our assetsfor the benefit of our ratepayers and residents.”

The site, which includes a mini-golf amusement park and vacant land, is partially owned by NSWRoads and Maritime Services.

While the site has already been rezoned for apartments, Aqualand Australia will need to submit adevelopment application detailing the proposal.

All relevant planning issues will be carefully considered and there will be a focus on high qualityand environmentally sustainable design.

The sale was hotly contested by 11 parties, including both local and offshore developers, in anopen expression of interest process. A decision to exchange contracts with Aqualand Australia was made at Monday’s council meeting. The sale has a 100-day settlement period.

Cr Chedid said the new development would help to revitalise Melrose Park and provide muchneeded new apartments in the fast-growing suburb.

“It will also provide greater housing choice in the area – for empty-nesters looking to downsizeand young couples seeking to enter the property market,” he said.

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Extra weekday train for Ballarat peak times

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Ballarat train commuters will gain access to an extra weekday peak period from April next year. Ballarat train commuters will gain access to an extra weekday peak period service from April next year.

The extra service will run during both peak periods.

The announcement came from Public Transport Minister Terry Mulderon Thursdayand was expected to be one of the major outcomes from the completion of the Regional Rail Link project.

“The extra morning and afternoon peak period trains will add hundreds of seats for Ballarat’s growing number of peak period travellers,” Mr Mulder said.

“Passengers are already benefiting from the newly built Sunshine and Footscray stations.

“V/Line trains now travel between Sunshine and Southern Cross free of Metro’s suburban trains thanks to the two new dedicated Regional Rail Link tracks.”

Ballarat train commuters have previously expressed frustration at the delays caused by Metro trains which impact on the V/Line services.

While RRL is expected cut down on these delays an announcement earlier this year to build another passing loop is seen as a possible solution to the growing number of delays which occur between Ballarat and Sunshine.

The RRL project is currently under budget and ahead of schedule with the Ballarat portion of the project basically complete.

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Council freezes rates bills, seeks NSW Govt help

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Manager of HOME in Queanbeyan, Anne Pratt (front), is facing a bill of $23,000 in retrospective rates (Photo: Jay Cronan).QUEANBEYAN Councillors have voted to freeze backdated rates notices while Mayor Tim Overall seeks assistance from the NSW Minister for Local Government to legislate away $3.7 million in backdated rates charges.

And Councillors also approved a secondary motion put by Cr Jamie Cregan not to seek legal costs from any ratepayers who seek to challenge their invoices in court should they lose that case.

Around 80 angry ratepayers waited outside Council Chambers for 40 minutes on Wednesday night for a planning meeting to finish before filling the gallery for what became a passionate and heated debate on the ongoing rates saga.

Mayor Overall kicked things off with a list of prohibited behaviours under the meeting code of conduct- no booing, hissing, insults, applause.

“It’s all about respecting and listening to one another in a polite manner,” Cr Overall told the crowd.

Next came thirteen separate presentations to Councillors from affected ratepayers, including representatives from the not-for-profit mental health residence HOME, which received a retrospective rates bill for $23,000 this week.

HOME board member Father Peter Day told the meeting that the decision to issue backdated invoices for undercharged water, sewer and waste access charges was “disturbing.”

“HOME is the first of its kind in Australia, which says a lot of this community and its willingness to deal with the vexed issue of mental health.

“What has been done may be legally viable, but it’s on shaky ground ethically and morally,” he said.

Next followed a long explanation from general manager Gary Chapman on how the backdated charges had come to be issued following an audit of Council’s rates records.

Mr Chapman said Council legally had no choice but to issue the invoices, many of which run into the tens of thousands of dollars.

“The Council does not have the ability to not issue the rates and charges under the local government act; that’s what makes this so difficulty for the Council,” Mr Chapman said. “Staff are simply acting in accordance with the law.”

The meeting then turned to the matter at hand, with councillors Brian Brown and Kenrick Winchester angrily speaking out against the financial hardship caused to small businesses and community groups as a result of the rates being issued.

Cr Winchester said he was “deeply embarrassed” by the difficulty caused to ratepayers, while Cr Brown labelled the situation a “bloody mess.”

“I believe it’s greatly unfair … and an outrageous impost on our ratepayers, many of who are stalwarts of the community,” he said.

However Cr Toni McLennan noted all councillors were in favour of the motion to put the invoices on hold and seek assistance from the NSW Government, and defended the Council staff involved in the rates audit and subsequent issuing of invoices.

“The people in Council that I know are just as concerned about this as the community are,” she said. “The Council is not an evil entity here to ruin your lives.”

Councillors unanimously approved Cr Overall’s initial motion, and also supported another two: Cr Cregan’s motion not to seek legal costs from any ratepayers who unsuccessfully challenge the notices, and a foreshadowed motion from Cr Sue Whelan to set up an advisory committee to review any future Council policies regarding rates.

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Cupcake Day for Hunter RSPCA shelter

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HALF PRICE ADOPTIONS: RSPCA Hunter shelter animal attendant Abby Waters with Vinadaloo and Eadie. Photo: SAM NORRIS

The humble cupcake has the power to save neglected and abandoned pets like Vindaloo and Eadie at the RSPCA Hunter shelter.

Supporters of the RSPCA Cupcake Day will whip up a batch and sell them through the Hunter shelter in the countdown to Monday’s event.

As part of the initiative the Hunter shelter will also have a special on adoptions this weekend.

“The half price adoptions for dogs, puppies, cats and kittens will hopefully find these pets a new home,” customer service officer Julie Askew said.

“The cupcakes are a tasty way for people to support the shelter too.”

Vindaloo is a sweet and playful mastiff-cross pup available for $185 this weekend which is half his normal $370 adoption fee.

Eadie, a border collie cross, just turned one year old and is also up for adoption.

She loves company and a game of tug-of-war.

A modest $30 donation is enough to shelter and care for a dog.

A further $50 will heat a shelter in the cold winter months and $150 will help de-sex a kitten.

The national event will help the 56,000 animals that the RSPCA rescues, rehabilitates and re-homes each year.

To donate or register head to www.rspcacupcakeday苏州美甲美睫培训学校.au.

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