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“We’ve just had a hold up and the guy had a gun”: Armed robber targets Queanbeyan service station

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Yass Road service station targeted in armed robbery.A man allegedly threatened a staff member with a gun and stole cash from a petrol station in Queanbeyan on Monday morning.
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The armed robbery took place about 4.15am on Monday morning, November 23, at the BP service station on Yass Road.

CCTV footage showed a man -described as being of Caucasian appearance, about 180cm tall of slim build and with long blond hair-enteringthe service station and goingdirectly into the bathrooms at the back of the store.

He then snuck out from the bathrooms wearing a white mask and gloves, and allegedly holding a gun.

The mancrouchedbehind rows of goods and made his way to the front of the store without the staff member noticing.

Owner Matthew Hill said that was “probably the scariest part”, as he watched the CCTV footage on Monday morning.

“He calls [the staff member] and tells him to come here and give him his wallet,” Mr Hill said, as the man appeared at the front of the store.

“He tells him to open the safe, but he’s unable to do that.”

“He ordered him back to the [cash register], told him not to be a hero, don’t touch the emergency button and then just hand over the cash,” Mr Hill said.

The staff member complied with thedemands and the man fledwith a small amountofcash from the register.

Mr Hill said he knew there was something wrong when his phonerangat 4.30am.

“I know I’m not answering the phone at 4.30am in the morning for anything that’s good,” Mr Hill said.

“He said we’ve just had a hold up and the guy had a gun.”

Officers attached to Monaro Local Area Command were called and established a crime scene.

A replica firearm was located at the scene, which has been seized for forensic examination.

The man was last seen wearing a black hoodie, green vest, black pants, white runners and a blue baseball cap.

Police would like to speak to anyone who noticed any suspicious activity in the vicinity of Yass Road and Endurance Avenue about 4.15am this morning.

Investigations are ongoing.

Anyone with information is being urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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Variable wind for SIBYC sail day

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Sussex Inlet RSL finsihed fourth in last weekend’s Outside Course SIBYC race.
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There was a major improvement in the weather for the second Outside Course of the Sussex Inlet & BasinYacht Clubseason with dry and warm conditions. The wind was a little taxing though with both direction and strength variable, with some part of the course with no wind at all, and of course we all found that bit at least once!

PBH Results:1st Southern Cross, 2nd Gone Too Farr, 3rd Pass The Port, 4th Sussex Inlet RSL, 5th Backchat, 6th Tingaround, 7th HooRoo.

And great news for the mid-week sailors as they finally had some decent weather and raced the second Handicap Race for the series.

PBH Results:1st Fly Navy Too, 2nd Sussex Inlet RSL, 3rd Fun, 4th Two Up, 5th Tingaround, 6th Cheeky Chick, 7th Pizzicato, 8th Ditto, 9th Saphhire.

Next weekend we have our first Discover Sailing Day – absolutely no experience needed, just a sense of adventure and the desire to have fun! Contact Greg Brown, 0422 025037 or email us at [email protected]南京夜网419论坛.

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Flying fox virus deadly

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Just hanging: Warning on infection from Australian flying fox.
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They may look cute, but NSW Health is urging the public to be careful with fruit bats.

“We have recently had a bat in the Penrith region that tested positive to lyssavirus and there are others in NSW that also tested positive,” Dr Bradley Forssman, the director of public health, Nepean Blue Mountains local health district, warned.

Dr Forssman said lyssavirus — a very close relative of the rabies virus — is carried by all four species of Australian fruit bats (flying foxes) and at least three species of insectivorous bat.

Australian bat lyssavirus is found in the saliva of infected animals and can only be spread to other animals and people through the bite or scratch of a flying fox — not through flying fox urine or droppings.

“Everyone should assume that all bats and flying foxes are infectious, regardless of whether the animal looks sick or not,” Dr Forssman said.

“If a person becomes infected with this virus and does not receive prompt treatment, they will almost certainly die from their infection.”

Dr Forssman said research showed people often handled bats because they were concerned about the welfare of the bats.

“However people who are inexperienced in handling bats may cause more harm or distress to the bats,” he said.

“It is better to call WIRES — on 1300 094 737 — to get one of their expert handlers who have been vaccinated for rabies/lyssavirus to collect the bat.”

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Iceland in Tathra

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Iceland in Tathra Iceland photo exhibition in Cliff Place Tathra was well attended with over hundred people gathering to admire Peter Hannan’s work. Photo: Toni Houston
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Photographer Peter Hannan near one of his exhibits at the launch of his Iceland collection at Cliff Place in Tathra on Sunday November 22. Photo: Toni Houston

Bega Regional Art Gallery curator Iain Dawson with photographer Peter Hannan at the Iceland photo exhibition launch at Cliff Place in Tathra, on Sunday November 22. Photo: Toni Houston

Bega Regional Gallery curator Iain Dawson with photographer Peter Hannan at the Iceland photo exhibition launch at Cliff Place in Tathra. Photo: Toni Houston

Bega Regional Art Gallery curator Ian Dawson launches Peter Hannan’s photo exhibition to 100 attendees, with floor covered in white balloons to represent Icelandic conditions. Photo: Toni Houston

Peter Hannan’s framed work for sale. Photo: Toni Houston

Slide show of other pictures in Peter Hannan’s extensive Iceland photographic collection. Photo: Toni Houston

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Prostate cancer group ends 2015

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Guest speaker: Ian Wagner, from the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia, speaks to a gathering of the Murray Bridge Prostate Cancer Support Group.The Murray Bridge Prostate Cancer Support Group held its regular break-up dinner at the Murray Bridge golf clubrooms on November 18.
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The crowd this year was as good as any other: about 32 were there.

Ian Wagner, from the central Northern Territory and South Australian chapter of the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia, spoke about its activities.

Group chairman Ron Nance thanked Mr Wagner and the golf club.

At the group’s September meeting, dental prosthetist Vic Bisset spoke about his origins in South Africa, dental problems and recent improvements for older people.

He answered many questions before a light supper was served.

The Murray Bridge Prostate Cancer Support Group usually meets at Our Wellbeing Place, 108 Swanport Road, Murray Bridge, on the third Wednesday of each month between February and November.More information: Ron Nance, chairperson,8532 2873 or [email protected]南京夜网. Fellowship: Murray Bridge Prostate Cancer Support Group treasurer Richard and Margaret Parsons share a meal at the Murray Bridge Golf Club last month.

Claire Nance and her husband Ron, chairman of the Murray Bridge Prostate Cancer Support Group, share a meal.

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Productive round for Yanco cricket sides

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IN WHAT was a good week for Yanco, both Yanco Hotel and Yanco Hotel 35’s were victorious in the Leeton District Cricket Association b grade competition.

SOLID STUFF: Yanco Hotel’s Nathan Lanham was in fine form over the weekend, playing a huge role in his side’s victory over Narrandera.

In the first match Yanco Hotel took on Narrandera Carpheads and put in a dominant performance.

After winning the toss and deciding to bat first, Hotel lost a couple quick wickets inJordan Camm (5) andHaydn Emerson (0).

After this early shake-up Jesse Brown and Nathan Lanham got things back under control.

The pair put on 55 before Brown was dismissed for 30.

A couple more wickets fell in the following overs, including that of Lanham who departed after making a well played 60.

Steve Hottes (17) andRhyan Carter (22) finished off the innings well, pushing their side to 160.

The Carpheads didn’t start off well with the bat asJordan Camm ripped through the top of the order.

After Hottes chimed in with a wicket of his own the Carpheads were struggling at 4-33.

Matt Bolton andNick O’Brien came together to try and turn the game around.

They put on 25 before disaster struck.

Including the wicket of O’Brien (14) and Bolton (12) they lost five wickets for no runs.

This crippledthe Carpheads and left them 9-58.

A solid 14 not out from number 11Brodie Perram just delayed the inevitable.

Hotel won by 73 runs.

In the second game Hotel 35’s also won the toss and chose to bat.

The game started out on level pegging as Colts’ Mick Keech took the scalps of both openers in his opening spell to leave Hotel 35’s 2-23.

Brian Rotherham then came to the crease alongside Matt Alindiand looked comfortable right away.

The pair put on 40 before Alindi (27) was bowled.

This didn’t seem to botherRotherham who continued to grind it out until the close of innings.

He finished 69 not out and Hotel 35’s finished 7-170.

Colts didn’t get off to the ideal start, losing both openers before the score hit double digits.

Craig Sharp and LukeLuke Clyne both made 25 on their way to a 50 run partnership, but once Clyne was dismissed, the rest of the order crumbled.

They went from 2-61 to 9-85 in the span of 10 overs.

Luke Mercuri (3-22) andGrant Makeham (4-28) played big roles in this collapse.

Colts’Isaac Collins (19 not out) played well at the end but had no luck in sparking a miraculous comeback.

Colts finished all out for 107 handing Hotel 35’s the 63 run victory.Yanco Hotel play Yanco Hotel 35’s this week while Colts play L&D CCand Narrandera play Phantoms.

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Masters match washed out

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Former South Australia player Ben Johnson hits a four from the first ball of the ACA Masters’ match against an SMCA XI.
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World cup winner and former national team selector Andy Bichel.

RAIN forced an end to the Australian Cricketers’ Association Masters twenty20 game against a Sale-Maffra Cricket Association invitational XI on Friday.

The game at Sale Oval was abandoned with SMCA 1-38 after six overs in reply to the Masters’ 93.

Stars such as Merv Hughes, Greg Matthews, and Terry Alderman impressed, as Hughes clean bowled SMCA captain Jack Wrigglesworth in the challenging conditions.

“That shocked Merv as much as the rest of us,” former Australian swing bowler Alderman told the Gippsland Times.

The SMCA team featured male and female players, with Hayleigh Brennan standing out.

SMCA president Geoff Wells said it was important to give young kids the opportunity.

“We could have loaded the team with really good Sale or Maffra guys, but it’s about cricket, it’s about the kids, not the result,” he said.

“I think they did very well in these kinds of conditions.”

SMCA XI players celebrate the fall of an ACA Masters wicket.

After the game, the ACA awarded a scholarship to 17-year-old Andrew McKenzie, an opening bowler for Maffra. The previous weekend, McKenzie took three wickets against Sale, and on Friday removed Wayne Holdsworth.

The $1000 bursary would help with coaching, travel or cricket-related expenses. McKenzie will also receive mentoring from ACA members.

“It’s a real opportunity, maybe a chance to come to the big smoke,” Alderman said.

Alderman said games like this were important for regional communities.

“The agenda is to get cricket into areas that don’t get enough of it. Regional people always seem to miss out,” he said.

“We thoroughly love it, the clinics and the hospital visits, everyone looks after us.”

The day also featured a T20 Blast children’s competition and a skills clinic, as well as a raffle for a bat signed by Ricky Ponting, a silent auction, and a meet and greet in the club rooms.

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New head to oversee health complaints

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A NEW NSW Health Care Complaints commissioner is now available to handle complaints against service providers.

Health minister Jillian Skinner and assistant health minister Pru Goward announced the appointment of Susan Dawson to the independent body last week.Ms Dawson is a lawyer with three decades experience in the state and Commonwealth public sectors.

Her previous roles include Deputy Director-General of the NSW Department of Community Services, Assistant Director-General of the NSW Environmental Protection Authority and Director of Legal Policy and Services at the Law Society of NSW.

Mrs Skinner said Ms Dawson had a proven record in governance, compliance and enforcement and community engagement.

“She has the necessary skills and experience to lead the HCCC into a new era,” Mrs Skinner said.Ms Goward said the powers of the state’s healthcare watchdog had never been greater.

“The NSW Government recently strengthened the regime under which the HCCC investigates breaches by non-registered practitioners, such as dieticians and homeopaths, and imposes conditions on their practice,” she said.

“Legislation which passed through Parliament last month also ensures the public is alerted earlier to risks arising from individual practitioners or services.

“The HCCC is a critical oversight and accountability body in the NSW health system.

It has responsibility for handling and investigating complaints against doctors and nurses, as well as other registered and non-registered health service providers in both the public and private sector.

Ms Dawson has been appointed as commissioner for a five-year term.

She will commence in the role on December 7.

She replaces Kieran Pehm, whose term has expired after 10 years in the office.

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Helicopters to join the fight against summer bushfires

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SAFETY: One of the water-bombing aircraft that will be used by Forest Air Helicopters, which is based near Jindera. The company has won a three-year contract to use the helicopters from December to late March.
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A FAMILY-owned company based near Jindera will be doing it’s part to battle bushfires this summer.

Forest Air Helicopters has won contracts to operate three water-bombing helicopters in the Hume Region and at Colac and Healesville.

While the company has been on call during previous fire seasons, deputy chief pilot Steve Murray said staff would now be on 15 minute standby.

“We will get a pager and we’ll be off the ground within 15 minutes,” he said.

“We’ve got two machines capable of carrying up to 1300 litres of water.

“The buckets, or water holders, have a pump at the bottom that can fill from streams, rivers and other water sources.”

Water can be pumped from streams as low as 18 inches deep.

“We’reall looking forward to helping these communities in trying times during the summer months when fire activity and danger is at its highest period,” he said.

“We have the staffing capability and experience to be a self-sufficient team.”

The contract runs for three years and may be extended to five years.

“We employ local people andit gives our company a fair bit of stability,” Mr Murray said.

“We usually employ six people but we’ve gone up to eight staff for the summer period.

“This is a pretty big feat for the company.”

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Professor honoured

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Professor Colin Murray-Wallace Picture: Paul JonesThe University of Wollongong’s Professor Colin Murray-Wallace has been nationally recognised for his lifetime contribution to earth sciences.The Australian Academy of Science awarded him with the 2016 Mawson Medal and Lecture in Canberra this week.
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The professor’s research has included a focus on the evolution of marginal marine environments in response to climate and sea-level changes over the past 30 years.

“I feel immensely privileged and honoured in receiving this award. It means a lot to me, particularly as my early studies andresearch in geology were undertaken in the Mawson Laboratories in the University of Adelaide,” Professor Murray-Wallace said.

The annual awardcommemorates the work of the late geologist and Antarctic explorer Sir Douglas Mawson.

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