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Choir sings its heart out

07.06.2018, Choir sings its heart out已关闭评论, 南京夜网, by .

Tight-knit: Some of the members of Pacific Harmony with Santa backstage at their first performance at the 2013 Newcastle Permanent Carols by Candlelight.PACIFIC Harmony is a far cry from your ordinary choir.
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“We’re a powerhouse gospel choir,” conductor and coach Komiti Time said.

Blending smooth island grooves from the Pacific Islands with warm harmonies from the heart of Africa, the choir’s 13 members come from far and wide.

Their roots include the Torres Strait Islands, Samoa, Tonga, Indonesia, the Philippines and Zimbabwe.

The choir’s members are all friends and family, which Mr Time said made the group tight-knit.

The Newcastle-based choir formed about four years ago in a garage, and has since exploded onto the city’s music scene.

Most of themembers play in other bands on the weekends, and come together as Pacific Harmony to performat pubs and clubs, weddings and charity gigs across Newcastle and Lake Macquarie.

All have a musical background, having grown up around music in church.

Mr Time was the driving force in assembling the choir.

“I got the best of the best together and away we went,” he said.

Mr Time, who is one third of trio Tre Soul, teaches all areas of the choir –the altos, sopranos, bassists and tenors –and works with the lead vocalists.

The choir gathers at least once a week, sometimes more if they have an upcoming gig, at NewcastlePresbyterian Churchin Lambton.

At the moment they are working hard on their set for the 2015 Newcastle Permanent Carols by Candlelight at Speers Point Park on December 13.

It will be the choir’s third carols performance, having debuted in 2012 –the group’sfirst major gig.

“It was amazing that year,” Mr Time said.

“The atmosphere was electric. It was packed –just a sea of people. You couldn’t see the grass.

“[The choir] had so much fun.”

They are back this year to perform classic Christmas carols with a twist.

The choir will perform First Noel with an R’n’B feel; Away in a Manger, backed by powerful vocals; and the Mariah Carey version ofO Holy Night, among others.

“It’s all the carols you would expect to hear, but with a Pacific Islander twist,” Mr Time said.

Pacific Harmony will be performing in the afternoon to late evening as part of this year’s bumper entertainment lineup.

There will be entertainment on stage from 1.30pm and plenty to keep the kids amused, including free face painting and activities as well as Frozen on the big screen.

Sarah De Bono andMorgan Evans will headline the evening concert from 6.30pm.

Lake Macquarie City Council presents Newcastle PermanentCarolsby Candlelight, Sunday, December 13, noon to 9pm at Speers Point Park.This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.

Top quality hay a surprise

07.06.2018, Top quality hay a surprise已关闭评论, 南京夜网, by .

Rupanyup farmer and Grains Producer Australia’s Andrew Weidemann
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WITH near perfect harvesting conditions for most of this week, we will see harvest finished on the Weidemann farm.

For the second time in the past two harvests, we have again finished inside November.

Although with plenty of hay making as wellover the past sevenweeks, it seems like a long harvest.

Amazingly the amount of grain we have been lucky enough to harvest was much better than we had thought possible, given the extreme final temperatures in September and early October.

The hay quality has been at the high end with some cereal hay producing better than 14 per centprotein, which I personally didn’t think possible in cereal hay until now.

The vetch hay has also been of very good quality and with greater than 20 per centprotein it was easily sold into the feed market.

The dry conditions have accelerated the need for feed across a fair amount of Victoria, which will consume a large amount of hay and grain over the next few months.

This will keep the pressure on the upside for feed grain and hay.

Once harvest is complete we will be shearing lambs to put out onto the stubbles for feed.

One of the challenges in 2016 will be the crop choice.

This season has seen a massive increase in pulse values on the back of a very big demand in India, which is currently driving prices to levels seen very rarely in the Wimmera over the past decade.

Market intelligence will be crucial in trying to understand what this market mightlook like at the end of 2016 and will influence the amount of pulse planted in 2016 in my opinion.

Onthe farm continues to be busy with my role at Grain Producers Australia looking at new regulations and policy around ag chemicals and multi-peril crop insurance.

This has been in the spotlight for some time and will certainly be a strong topic in 2016 as we start to see more companies offering various types of income protection products to farmers more broadly.

Here’s hoping 2016 is a wet year as we look to put a dusty 2015 to bed in just overa months’ time from now.

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Letters to the editor

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BURNING ISSUE: Angst over the future-defining Murray-Darling Basin Plan continues to smoulder across local irrigation communities.Name and shame cuplritsTHE people who trashed the woman’s house at Turvey Park recently should have their names and photos printed in your paper.
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Name and shame them.

E PattersonGerringongTime to take stockWAGGACity Council must tighten its belt and put on hold all projects that cannot be afforded, and these include the Riverina Intermodal Freight and Logistics (RiFL) Hub, equine projects, Bolton Street sports complex, Lake Albert and the community art projects.I attended the levee community forum last week and council should take out a loan to pay for it and not subject the residents and ratepayers toa special rate variation.

Jeff StienWaggaThe halal conspiracyMY LETTER last week was censored and this removed a very relevant fact.

Halal certification that is attached to a huge percentage of our food attracts a “Muslim tax” .

Wages are paid to Muslims so we can slaughter stock in a particular way so they can eat the meat.

Huge sums of money are paid from many food processors to make our perfectly good food Muslim-friendly.

Now I think that’s bad enough, but this money is used to build mosques and Muslim schools that unashamedly discriminate against Australian Christian kids.

Our kids will never be able to attend theseschools and we all know that if we built schools that Muslims couldn’t attend, we would find ourselves in huge trouble and called racist to boot.

Anton HutchinsonTarcuttaStand up for futureHOW many politicians have been listening to some of the dialogue surrounding senate hearings into the Murray-Darling Basin Plan, which are presently underway?

The plan is being described as a national disaster, as well as a crisis that is crippling communities, breaking up families and destroying businesses.

A small group of senators attending the hearings are sympathetic to the plight of these communities.

However, if we are to achieve the change that we need, many more politicians must start sitting up and taking notice.

We have communities and food producers in despair as millions of litres of water are sent out to sea, yet scientists are unable to demonstrate the environmental benefit.

In the interest of our future generations who expect us to leave a legacy of food security, I appeal to all politicians to take heed of the crisis we have created with knee-jerk reactions to the millennium drought.

Let’s do something about it before food producers and the communities which rely on them are destroyed.

Karen MacdonaldBlightyWe mustthink of othersTHIS year as we finish our Christmas shopping, please spare a thought for others.

Once you’ve bought a Kris Kringle for a workmate, a quirky gift for your brother-in-law or any of the presents you need for family and friends, consider one more gift for someone who really needs it.

One more gift to Red Cross will help ensure an older or isolated person gets a phone call every day to check they’re OK, clean water for a young child in a remote village in Myanmar, or a shower and a meal for a teenager sleeping rough.

This Christmas I urge everyone to consider making one more gift to Red Cross by calling 1800 811 700.

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Outdoor entertaining essentials

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Hunters & Collectors frontman Mark Seymour condemns use of Holy Grail at Reclaim Australia anti-Muslim rallies

01.20.2019, Hunters & Collectors frontman Mark Seymour condemns use of Holy Grail at Reclaim Australia anti-Muslim rallies已关闭评论, 南京夜网, by .

Mark Seymour performing at the MCG. His song ‘Holy Grail’ is a regular part of the AFL Grand Final. Photo: Pat ScalaPolice, protesters clash at Martin Place rallySun, song and aggro at a Sunday protest in Melton 
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Another Australian musician has strongly attacked anti-Islamist protesters using his song at anti-Muslim rallies around the country.

Hunters & Collectors frontman Mark Seymour is the fourth musician after John Farnham, Jimmy Barnes and John Schumann to condemn the use of his music by self-described patriot group Reclaim Australia.

After a wave of rallies across the country at the weekend, Seymour took to Facebook to distance himself and his music from what he described as a racist movement.

He said he had been informed that the Hunters & Collectors 1992 classic Holy Grail was played by the Reclaim Australia group at the weekend’s rallies.

“Let me be clear. ‘Reclaim Australia’ is a racist organisation,” Seymour wrote.

“We stand together with refugees and asylum seekers the world over. We are opposed to bigotry, race hate and fascism.

“Reclaim Australia has no place in Australian Society.”

Earlier this year, John Farnham and his manager Glenn Wheatley strongly attacked Reclaim Australia, calling the use of Farnham’s iconic tune You’re The Voice “disgusting”.

Jimmy Barnes also distanced himself from Reclaim Australia, after the group commandeered Cold Chisel’s iconic anthem Khe Sanh.

Like Khe Sanh and You’re the Voice, Holy Grail has become something of an Australian anthem and is played religiously at the AFL grand final.

I’ve just been informed that ‘Reclaim Australia’ are using ‘Holy Grail’ at their rallies. Let me be clear. ‘Reclaim…Posted by Mark Seymour on  Sunday, November 22, 2015This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.

Man arrested six months after death of 77-year-old cyclist Gordon Ibbs at Anakie

01.20.2019, Man arrested six months after death of 77-year-old cyclist Gordon Ibbs at Anakie已关闭评论, 南京夜网, by .

Gordon Ibbs, 77, was a retired Ford worker and avid cyclist. Photo: Supplied Gordon Ibbs, 77. Photo: Supplied.
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A man has been arrested outside a courthouse over the fatal hit-run that claimed the life of a 77-year-old cyclist on Mother’s Day.

The arrest comes more than six months after Gordon Ibbs was struck by a car while cycling on Geelong-Ballan Road in Anakie, near Geelong, at about 2.30pm on May 10.

Police allege the car involved failed to stop at the scene.

Mr Ibbs was a retired Ford worker and avid cyclist.

A 26-year-old Whittington man was arrested outside the Geelong Magistrate’s Court at 9am on Monday.

“He is currently in custody, assisting police with their enquiries,” a police spokesperson said.

In July, Mr Ibbs’ daughter Charlene Christensen made a heartfelt plea for the man who fled the scene or anybody who helped him to come forward.

“Imagine if it was your dad, if it was your loved one: you would want resolution,” Ms Christensen said.

“I lost out, my family lost out on the day. But [the driver involved has] lost out; he’s lost peace of mind. How can he sleep at night?

“He can run, but he can’t run forever.”

She had added that she did not feel anger towards the driver that killed her father.

“There’s so much sorrow in my heart … there’s no room for anger,” she said.

Investigators had received several tips about the identity of the driver through the anonymous Crime Stoppers hotline following appeals to the public for information.

“I am certain if one of those people who have contacted the police anonymously came forward, we would be in a position where we could prosecute the offender responsible for this dreadful act,” Detective Inspector Bernie Rankin from the Major Collision Investigation Unit said at the time.

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TasFoods takes legal action on VDL

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Australian dairy companyTasFoods, which believed it had made a successful bid for Van Diemans Land Company, (VDL)has taking legal action,blocking the sale to another bidder.
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Late last week, it was announced a new buyer had been found for VDL,in North-West Tasmania.

TasFoods, had entered into what was believed to be a $250 million sales and purchase agreement to buy VDL with owner Taranaki Invesment Management Limited (TIML), which, in turn,owns Tasmanian Land Company (TLC).

SALE BLOCKED: TasFoods has asked the Supreme Court to block the sale of VDL to another buyer.

Both TLC and VDL are ultimately owned by the New Plymouth District Council, New Zealand.

In a statement to the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) TasFoods said had obtained an interim Supreme Court injunction to restrain VDL parent, TLC from “taking steps to terminate the sale agreement, or sell the VDL assets, until this Wednesday, when the matter is scheduled for a further hearing.”

TasFoods said it had been told last week the condition of sale agreement, it had entered with TLC, “will not have been fulfilled” and the sale agreement had been terminated.

TasFoods directors were told VDL’s assets had been sold to an undisclosed foreign buyer.

“They understand that the purchase price, offered by the bidder was less than the value of the consideration agreed to be paid by the company, which, taking into account the share component and current market price of TasFoods’ shares, was in excess of $280 million,” the statement said.

“The directors consider it an extraordinary decision by the councillors of the New Plymouth District Council to have approved the sale of VDL assets to a foreign investor for less consideration, particularly when that sale is subject to the approval of the Foreign Investment Board.”

TasFoods was also taking legal advice as to its other remedies and rights of redress, against TLC.

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New LLS vet for the Upper Hunter

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APPOINTMENT: Dr Jane Bennett is the new LLS vet for the Upper Hunter.Dr Jane Bennett has been appointed the Upper Hunter District Veterinarian for Hunter Local Land Services.
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Jane has more than 30 years’ experience in mixed, equine and small animal practice in the Scone area.

Her background also includes teaching vet nursing with TAFE, a strong involvement with pony, swim and hockey clubs, and membership of the Scone Grammar School Board for the last eight years.

Jane brings a range of valuable skills and experience to Hunter LLS.

The employment of Jane enables a repositioning of existing veterinarian staff. Jim Kerr is now based at Tocal with Digby Rayward, and Lyndell Stone has moved to the Wingham office. Kylie Greentree continues to work out of the Maitland office.

These changes have been designed to ensure a continued high level of service delivery to ratepayers by providing a district veterinarian team that is able to continue to meet animal health, livestock production and emergency responses.

Hunter LLS now has a new office in Scone, providing local landholders greater access to services and advice in agricultural production, natural resource management, biosecurity and emergency management.

The new office is based at Scone TAFE campus, 2 Flemington Drive, and provides landholders improved support with a team of extension, field and customer service staff, including a district veterinarian, on hand.

The new office is equipped to provide a range of services including inquiries on rates, animal health issues, pest animals, stock permits, property details, stock identification (including brands and earmarks), Property Identification Codes and Travelling Stock Reserves, NLIS tags and stock signs advice on agricultural production, managing natural resources, biosecurity risks, management and preparedness; and emergency planning and recovery.

The existing Muswellbrook and Scone Hunter LLS offices have now closed, merged and relocated to the new office, resulting in a larger team of staff on hand and longer opening hours – 8.30am to 4.30pm.

Visit or call the office for advice and support on 02 6540 2400.

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On the same page

12.20.2018, On the same page已关闭评论, 南京夜网, by .

BIG DECISION: Councillors and staff at last week’s extraordinary meeting at the Roxy Theatre, where it was decided to fight to standalone. LEETON Shire Council mayor Paul Maytom is glad neighbouring councils have all decided to fight the state government on amalgamations.
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At an extraordinary meeting last Monday, councillors voted for Leeton shire to remain as a standalone entity.

Submissions to the state government on what direction each local government area in NSW wanted to take were due last week.

Those wanting to merge had to inform the government, while those hoping to standalone will now push to do so.

Since last week’s meeting, more than 200 letters from Leeton shire residents have been sent to Member for Murray and Minister for Education Adrian Piccoli to show their support for council’s decision.

Neighbouring shires such as Narrandera and Murrumbidgee also held extraordinary meetings that were well attended by community members and also decided they would fight to remain as they were.

Griffith also wishes to be a standalone council.

“It is a good thing that everyone seems to be on the same page,” councillor Maytom said.

“It’s certainly their prerogative to decide what way they want to go, but from our point of view it’s pleasing that everyone wants to fight this and try and head in the same direction.

“It’s only been all of a sudden that the word amalgamations has come into play, which is just ridiculous.

“While not every council in our region was deemed to be “fit for the future”, it doesn’t necessarily mean anything.

“These councils have shown they can be effective and sustainable.”

Cr Maytom was also concerned about possible joint organisations and how they would work.

“We definitely want to put out there that we are willing to work with our neighbours to be as effective and sustainable as possible,” he said.

“Already we share numerous resources, so we would be happy to work out how to do things even more efficiently.

“It’s just disappointing that everything continues to remain up in the air.”

Council is due to find out by the end of the year if the government will allow it to remain as a standalone entity.

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Stolen vehicle found in Horsham

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Police are appealing for information about the theft of an Ambulance Victoria community emergency response vehicle on Thursday. Picture: CONTRIBUTEDPOLICE are appealing for information after a stolen Ambulance Victoria emergency response vehicle was found in Delville Street, Horsham on Thursday.
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The 2011 white Nissan X-trail was stolen from the joint Country Fire Authority and ambulance station in Hawkesdale some time on Tuesday or Wednesday.

Warrnambool Crime Investigation Unit Detective Gary Greene said anyone with information should contact police.

“We are appealing for anyone who may have seen that vehicle, in particular in Delville Street,” he said.

“If they saw anyone walking from it, or in the vicinity, they can contact Crimestoppers.”

The car was clearly marked as a community emergency vehicle and had lights on the roof.

Det Greene said it was lucky nothing valuable was taken from the car.

“Police recovered the vehicle and it has since be returned,” he said.

“Fortunately there was no damage to the vehicle and nothing appears to be stolen.

“There were certainly items of value in it.”

Anyone who has information can call Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000 or Det Greene on 5560 1173.

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Wave belts ton

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CENTURY MAN: Ben Threlfall led the Western Waves to victory against Mallee Murray with an unbeaten 142 at Warracknabeal on Sunday.CAPTAIN Ben Threlfall fired off an unbeaten 142 in the Western Waves’11-run victory against Mallee Murray in the Victorian Country Cricket League Under 21 Regional competitionon Sunday.
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The West Warrnambool top-order bat followed up last week’s half-century with another commanding performanceto steer his side to a strong total at Warracknabeal.

The 19-year-old opener defended strongly in the early part of the Waves’ innings, contending with a soft wicket, but finished the day with 16 fours and five sixes as his sidefinished with 6-245.

“We knew that if we got through with the new ball, the runs would come later on,” Threlfallsaid.

“We were 2-40 off about 20 overs, so we started pretty slowly…(but) midway through the innings, Hamish Withers came in …and we got a little partnership together, and we started to get on top of the bowlers from there.

“The ground was short straight and longer wide, so we just backed ourselves to hit straight for our boundaries.”

The pair put on 72 for the third wicket, before Withers was caught on 29.

But Threlfall was able to keep the momentum going with number five batsmanSam Younghusband (32 runs),while Angus Uwland at number seven made a 30-run cameo as the Waves put on 96in the final 11 overs.

Mallee Murray started strongly in its chase,making 84 off the first 12 overs, despite Tyler Fowler taking two wickets during that period.

Horsham’sJosh Carroll was able to stem the flow a little.

But with Mallee Murray needing just 28 runs from the final seven overs with four wickets in hand, it was Uwland’s bowling at the death that secured the win for the Waves.

He took two of his four wickets in his second spell, leaving Mallee Murray stranded on 234 with three overs to spare.

Barwon, which was undefeated across both rounds, will represent the western part of the state in the final.

It will now takeon top eastern team Gippsland on December 13.

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Fun and games: sisters’ dress rehearsal for Orange Eight Day Games

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STRAIGHT AND NARROW: Sisters Rebecca Bryden and Natalie Clinghan bring some traditional archery to the Eight Day Games. Photo: DANIELLE CETINSK I 1121dc8day2WHILE competition was fierce during the final instalment of the Eight Day Gameson Saturday, competitors also took the opportunity to enjoy the event, in many cases in the company of their loved ones.
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Sisters Natalie Clinghan, 31 and Rebecca Bryden, 32, have competed in the games for the past three years, but they have turned up to the past two in fancy dress.

In keeping with Saturday’s activities of clay target shooting and archery, they arrived dressed as American Indians, complete with moccasins, although Ms Bryden’s steady hand during practice was much steadier than her arrow headband indicated.

“It’s just fun and we aren’t the most athletic people, so it gets us in the mood and we are crazy about dress-ups,” Ms Clinghan said.

Ms Clinghan joked she liked the cancellation of the athletics activities the most in favour of ball activities, but Ms Bryden said the event offered the opportunity to do something different.

SETTING THE TARGET: Father and son Lenny and Jono Punch practise their archery skills as part of the Eight Day Games. Photo: DANIELLE CETINSKI 1121dc8day5

“It makes you try sports you haven’t tried before or knew they existed in Orange,” she said.

In their 24th and 13th years in the competition respectively, father and son Lenny and Jono Punch are veterans of the event and took out the top places in the clay shooting stage.

Lenny, 55, said its spirit kept them coming back.

“It’s become a bit of a family and it’s also nice to get new competitors in the games,” he said.

Jono, 30, said he had his sights set on the top three after consistently ranking in the top five and winning the competition twice, while his father said he hoped for top 12.

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Social Networks: Christmas in the City

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Social Networks: Christmas in the City Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN
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Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

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