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December, 2018

Property of the Week: 15 Cabbage Tree Lane, Arakoon

Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 2Parking:3 Price: Offers over $760,000Inspect: By appointmentContact: Sue Jogever 0411 817 921Agency: Coast Front RealtyIdeally positioned in the beautiful suburb of Arakoon, and only a 5 minute drive to the popular township of South West Rocks, this 2.5 acre property creates an immediate impression of style and character.
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The home offers an open plan kitchen, hardwood floors and separate spacious living areas flowing to the multiple entertaining decks.

This magnificent home has beautifully landscaped gardens and a mini orchard and is only minutes’ drive from stunning local beaches and neighbours Hat Head National Park.

There is a large American Barn, big enough to keep your boat or caravan plus all your other toys and offers a great amount of storage. This home is all about the lifestyle and is a rare find indeed.

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GALLERY: Nova employment exceeds the ton

GALLERY: Nova employment exceeds the ton NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.
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NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

NOVA Employments 100 jobs in 100 days programme.

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Safety around irrigation channels

A snake spotted on a regulator in the Leeton area recentlyAs summer approaches, rural communities in the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area are being reminded not to take the risk of swimming in irrigation channels.
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Murrumbidgee Irrigation (MI) urges local residents to take particular care of children around water hazards.

MI Managing Director, Peter Borrows, said that swimming or playing in irrigation channels is prohibited and discouraged for good reasons.

“They may appear to be a tempting place to cool off on a hot day but it’s simply not worth the risk,” Mr Borrows said.

“There are many hidden dangers that make irrigation channels a treacherous place to swim including strong undercurrents, varying channel depths and submerged objects. Regulator gates can open without notice and create a trap, while siphons and pipes can create powerful suction or a water surge.

“Add to that the very real possibility of snakes and the fact that water in the channels is untreated makes the irrigation channels extremely dangerous to both children and adults.”

MIA residents are advised to make use of safer alternatives for swimming such as local public pools and to make sure that children are taught early how to swim.

Public pools provide qualified staff members that are on hand to supervise swimmers.

“Australians love the outdoors and swimming but accidents can and do occur,” Mr Borrows said.

“No matter how experienced a swimmer you are, always be alert around water.”

The following general swimming precautions could help save a life: don’t swim in irrigation channels; avoid fast flowing water; beware of submerged objects; don’t dive into water of unknown depth; know where young children are and never leave them unattended around water; and never swim alone.

Lambs up to $12 a head dearer at Wagga

Yarding: 44,000
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Numbers were higher and quality was mixed, with increased supplies of trade lambs showing dryness and lacking finish.

Therewere increased supplies of young shorn lambs which were supplementary fed.

Theses drafts offered buyers both weight andyield, which contributed to the dearer trend.

The usual contingent of domestic and export buyers were competing in a dearermarket. Secondary lambs suitable to restock or feed were well supplied and sold to strong local competition.

Bidding was strongest for well finished shorn trade lambs, which helped lifted prices $6/head. Light trade lambs to slaughterwere keenly contested by major domestic processors, with the very neat lambs selling at 600c/kg cwt.

Most of the better lighttrade lambs averaged $117.20/head.

Medium and heavy trade lambs benefited from stronger demand from all buyers, selling$12/head dearer to average 560c to 570c/kg cwt. Light immature lambs met with stronger competition from producers lookingto accumulate lambs to place on stubbles. The plainer conditioned lambs made from $56 to $75/head.

Well-bred secondarylambs returning to the paddock averaged $85.80, while lambs to feed on topped at $107/head.

Heavy export lambs were in reasonable supply and sold to stronger northern competition. Heavy and extra heavy lambs soldfrom $138 to $170.20/head to average 548c/kg cwt.

Mutton numbers increased significantly and quality was quite good. Merino ewes suitable for the trade were in reasonable supply,and prices were $5/head dearer.

Light sheep were in limited numbers and prices were mostly unchanged. Heavy sheep were wellsupplied and not all northern processor competed as strongly as the previous sale. Heavy crossbred ewes sold $10/head dearerto average 310c/kg cwt. All weights and grades of wethers were represented and prices ranged from $60 to $107/head.

Restockers were also operating however, very selective with their purchases. Well-bred young ewes returning to the paddockmade from $91 to $121.60/head.

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Wingham swimmer among the medals

WINGHAM’S Talea Fernance hopes to swim at the Paralympics at Rio in 2016.
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Vanessa Gibson from award sponsor Iguana with this week’s sportstar, swimmer Talea Fernance.

But the 14-year-old knows she has plenty of work to do before she achieves her dream.

Talea recently won five gold medals at the NSW Multi Class Championships held in Sydney.

In all events she set personal best times (PBs). She followed this up by taking home five medals – two silver and three bronze in multi class events at the North Coast Long Course championships in Coffs Harbour.

Talea is the Manning River Times-Iguana Sportstar of the Week, earning a $50 open order at Iguana. Wingham Swimming Club nominated her for the award.

While Talea’s had success in most strokes, she says breaststroke is her favourite and her strongest. This, she hopes, could be her ticket to Rio.

“I’ve improved my time for the 50 metre breaststroke heaps.’’ she explained.

“But to qualify for Rio I’ll have to improve a lot more. I’ll just have to keep training.’’

Talea has already qualified for the Country titles where she’ll swim in five events and also the nationals to be held in Sydney next year.

She trains four mornings a week at Wingham under coaches Jeremy and Sarah Wardrop.

The 6am starts don’t faze her.

“No, it’s alright, I enjoy it,’’ she said.

She learnt to swim at Wingham about five years ago and was soon involved in active competition, intially at a local level before advancing to zone, then Country, State and national.

While winning medals is a bonus, Talea enjoys swimming for another reason.

“I like swimming with my friends,’’ the Taree Christian College student answers.

She enjoys all sports. Talea takes part in cross country events and athletics while she also plays hockey.

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