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Linton Poll Dorsets and Border Leicesters top at $1200

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Linton Poll Dorset stud principal George Carter and buyer Andrew Burgess, “Ruby Hills”, Walcha, with the top-priced ram which sold for $1200. Mr Burgess bought five rams in the Poll Dorset sale and one in the Border Leicester sale.BUYERS defied ongoing drought conditions in the New England to push prices to a top of $1200 at the annual Linton Poll Dorset and Broder Leicester sale at Walcha on Monday.
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Smaller flock sizes had an impact on the number of rams purchased, with many buyers decreasing ewe numbers over the past 12 months.

Forty seven of the 52 Poll Dorset rams offered were sold for a clearance of 90 per cent and average of $831.

Repeat client Andrew Burgess, “Ruby Hills”, Walcha, was the top bidder, scoring a 16-month-old ram for $1200.

It had Australian Sheep Breeding Values (ASBVs) of +0.30 for birthweight, +9.4 for weaning weight, -0.4 for fat depth, +1.6 for eye muscle depth (EMD), -34 for worm egg count and 114 on the Lamb 2020 index.

Border Leicester rams sold to a top of $1200 twice and averaged $806.

Thirty one of the 39 rams offered sold for a clearance of 79pc.

Both top rams were purchased by Roy Robertson, “Kilcoy”, Wollomombi.

Lot 106, a 17-month-old ram, had ASBVs of +0.30 for birthweight, +9.9 for post weaning weight, +0.2 for fat depth, +1.3 for EMD, -44 for WEC for worm egg count and 126 on the Lamb 2020 index.

Lot 121, also 17 months, had ASBVs of +0.20 for birthweight, +7.8 for post weaning weight, +0.8 for fat depth, +0.7 for EMD, a WEC of -64, and 125 on the Lamb 2020 index.

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Big fees may put end to growth

03.21.2019, Comments Off on Big fees may put end to growth, 苏州美甲美睫培训学校, by .

Councillor Greg Matthews wants the Section 94 Contribution Plan Roads, Traffic Management and Car Parking fees to be changed to help small businesses. Photo: FILELarge fees by Dubbo City Council were a deterrent for small businesses and were preventing activity in the CBD, according to councillor Greg Matthews.
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Cr Matthews is calling for change of use development applications equal or less than $100,000 to be exempt from Section 94 Roads, Traffic Management and Car Parking Contribution Fees.

The fees are used to fund and enhance traffic infrastructure where needed, as identified in the Urban Roads Plan.

Cr Mathews said the amount council requested from small businesses could be overwhelming, but waiving the fees for smaller businesses would encourage growth.

“This would allow the small start family businesses the ability to get moving and employ people in Dubbo without council moving in on their opportunity,” Cr Matthews said.

Council strategic planning supervisor Steven Jennings said the Section 94 Contributions Plan Roads, Traffic Management and Car Parking started in 2005. “The plan provides an overall work schedule for roads of $47,299,000 for the planning period of 2002-2016 which includes the construction of new roads, significant traffic infrastructure and the provision of traffic facilities through various locations in the city to facilitate an overall population in excess of 60,000 persons.”

Mr Jennings said a review found exempting applications less than or equal to $100,000 would cost council about $90,000 a year based on 2014/15 figures.

If section 94 contributions were eliminated altogether, council would lose an estimated $121 million between 2016 and 2045, which would have to generated from other revenue streams, Mr Jennings said.

“When put in the context of general rate revenue, delivery of the full program would require the provision of an additional $6925 on behalf of each rateable property – which consisted of 17,472 as at 30 June 2015 – over this period, which would equate to an additional amount of $230.85 per each rateable property per annum,” he said.

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Councillor Allan Smith said no Dubbo resident in their right mind would support a small rented premises in the CBD getting a Section 94 Contribution charge potentially worth $150,000.

Cr Smith said something needed to be done now, especially with the current push to revitalise the CBD.

“Businesses will go where there’s people so it is important that we ignite the CBD- as it’s called now- and bring people back there,” Cr Smith said.

“Your Woolies, your Coles, whoever it happens to be, whatever business it is, they’ll go where there’s people, where they feel they can get foot traffic past their front door.”

Cr Matthews’ son, Dubbo Flip Out franchisee Jake Matthews was recently hit with a $147,584 Section 94 Contribution fee, however appealing to council it was reduced to less than $300.

Cafe Stone’s Throw had a $7,326 Section 94 Contribution fee waived.

If Cr Matthews’ amendment is approved at the September Ordinary Meeting of Council, a community consultation will be undertaken to establish the public’s response.

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Slam-dunk at basketball presentation evening

03.21.2019, Comments Off on Slam-dunk at basketball presentation evening, 苏州美甲美睫培训学校, by .

Most Improved Junior Overall – Tanya Liddle Memorial Trophy sponsored and presented by David, Brianee, Morgan & Jody Liddle to winner Brady Halls. Men s Most Improved – Sponsored by Miles Earthmoving presented by Steven Miles to winner Adam Hinds.
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Womens Most Improved – Sponsored by Exact Excavations presented by Steven Miles to winner Hannah Madden

Womens Best & Fairest – Sponsored and presented by Sam Pye to winner Sarah Anderson

Clubperson of the Year – Cathy & Cameron Croker Memorial Trophy sponsored by Tony & Leanne Croker and presented by Brent Armour to winners Chloe Riles, Greta Campbell and Jodie Grocott

Men Best & Fairest – Sponsored by Corynne Poplin and presented by Paul Corcoran to winners Kris Halls, Michael Hinds and John Tarrant (Absent)

Men Highest Point Scorer – Sponsored and presented by Greta Campbell to winner Kris Halls.

The basket ball awards night was held recently with the following woman and teams receiving awards.

A-Grade woman’s winners – TBAB

A-Grade woman’s runners up – MAD

B- Grade woman’s winners – Gret’s Girls

B-Grade woman’s runners up – Carly

A-Grade men’s winners – Warriors

A-Grade men’s runners up – Firies

Women’s most improved sponsored by Exact Excavations winner was Hannah Madden.

Men’s most improved sponsored by Miles Earthmoving winner was Adam Hinds.

Most Improved Junior Overall Tanya Liddle Memorial Trophy sponsored by David Liddle & Family and won by Brady Halls.

Women’s Highest Point Scorer sponsored by Phillip and Trish Riles winner was Karen Glover.

Men’s Highest Point Scorer sponsored by Trevor and Greta Campbell was win by Kris Halls.

Women’s Best and Fairest, sponsored by Sam and Anthony Pye, winner was Sarah Anderson.

Men’s Best and Fairest, sponsored by Corynne Poplin, winner was split between Kris Halls, Michael Hinds and John Tarrant.

Cathy and Cameron Croker Memorial Trophy for Clubperson of the Year sponsored by Tony and Leanne Croker and Family was won by Chloe Riles, Greta Campbell and Jodie Grocot.

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Aussie talent: Dubbo products to don green and gold for World Series

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Dubbo juniors Tom Atlee and Tom Coady will represent Australia at the upcoming indoor cricket Junior World Series. Photo: BELINDA SOOLENO matter what sport you play the ultimate dream is to wear the green and gold and represent your country.
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The fact two indoor cricketers from Dubbo are about to do that before either of them has even reached 15 years of age is nothing short of incredible.

Tom Atlee and Tom Coady depart Dubbo this week and head to Brisbane to play for Australia A in the indoor cricket Junior World Series.

Both players earned the right to take on the best up-and-comers after playing starring roles for the NSW Cyclones at the recent Australian Championships.

As well as Atlee and Coady, Dubbo will have two other representatives in action.

Former local junior Wade Burrowes, now based in Canberra, has confirmed himself as one of the finest young indoor cricketers in the country after being selected for the Australian under-17s side while Dubbo Sports World general manager Greg King will coach the under-17s Australia A side.

Fourteen-year-old Atlee will represent Australia A in the under-15s while Coady, who is still only 11-years-old, will be playing for the under-13s side and both admitted they could not wait to get on the courts.

“Really excited and it’s going to be fun,” Atlee said.

“I worked hard for it.”

Coady has been training up to four times a week in preparation and is set to be a key player for his side after announcing himself as one of the NSW’s best batsmen at the Australian Championships.

“It was really good with my performances and I didn’t really know (if I’d be selected for Australia) but I wanted to,” he said.

The World Series, played every three years, gets under way on Saturday with 16 teams competing across under-13s, 15s and 17s.

As well as the Australian and Australia A sides, South Africa and New Zealand will also be taking part at the Toombul Indoor Sports Centre and Atlee, Coady and Burrowes will each take on both those international sides.

“Everyone is talking Australia up but not sure how it will go, you wouldn’t know,” Atlee said of the competition.

Atlee also had positive words to say about King and cricket at Dubbo in general.

Both players credit a lot of their success to King and Dan French at Dubbo Sports World with these selections again strengthening Dubbo’s claims as one of the leading indoor cricket centres in the country.

“It’s going to be a good opportunity for ‘Kingy’, he’s a good coach and deserves it,” Atlee said, before speaking about the strength of cricket at Dubbo.

“Dubbo cricket is improving a lot and there’s a lot of good young talent so it will go well over the coming years.”

While in Brisbane the Dubbo representatives will be in camp with their squads and looked after by Cricket Australia but there will be a chance to get out and see some sights during a rest day.

While Coady is excited for the holiday, there was no doubt in his answer when asked what he was looking forward to most at Brisbane.

“Playing cricket,” he said.

The Junior World Series is played at Brisbane’s Toombul Indoor Sports Centre from September 26 to October 3.

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Country woman working to help others

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Jacqueline Chown, Pam Riles, Joanne Poole, Joy Nelson and Yvonne Murphy.Boorowa Branch of the CWA recently donated much-needed funds to two local organisations.
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The Boorowa & Dist. Historical Society is looking to upgrade some of their displays and welcomed this boost to their funds. Pictured with CWA President Pam Wilson, Sec. Yvonne Murphy and member Jacqueline Chown are Joy Nelson and Joanne Poole from the Historical Society.

Jacqueline Chown, Yvonne Murphy, Jenny Carter, Elizabeth Mason and Pam Riles.

The Boorowa Hospital Auxiliary is very pleased to be able to add these extra funds to the current project of installing blinds in the hospital area. Pictured with Pam Wilson, Yvonne Murphy and Jacqueline Chown are Hospital Aux. Treasurer Elizabeth Mason and Sec. Jenny Carter.

Both organisations expressed their great appreciation to the CWA for the generous donations.

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