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A feast for fashionistasyour photos and videos

Sep 20 2019 Published by under 苏州美甲美睫培训学校

A feast for fashionistas | your photos and videos Photo by @lawstore “In @thurleyofficial for Melbourne Spring Fashion Week Ballarat Regional Extension – Love seeing this historic town come alive as we immerse ourselves in culture & the latest fashion.”

Photo by @cityofballarat – “Loving the wattle and spring colours in Megan Park’s runway show in the #Ballarat fashion series.” #msfwballarat

Photo by @thetrenspotter – “Celebrating the first days of spring and getting a cultural and fashion fix at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week Ballarat Regional Extension”

Photo by @suchnsuch811 of the Melbourne Spring Fashion Week Ballarat Regional Extension.

Photo by @elle_ferguson “Slight wardrobe change for the Art Gallery of Ballarat” #msfwballarat #visitballarat

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Runway rehearsals in Ballarat. Video by @cavalettigallery

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It’s third time unlucky for Trinity Heights

Sep 20 2019 Published by under 苏州美甲美睫培训学校

Is the George Street low level bridge a novelty or a vital piece of transport infrastructure in a modern, growingcity?

And would the cost of its replacement be justified to avoid the inconvenience of having to travel the long way through Kelso, rather than the most direct way down Hereford Street, for those in the Trinity Heights and Laffing Waters areas who want to access the CBD?

It’s a fair bet these questions will be given another airing after the low level bridge went under for the third time in just two months during the Central Tablelands’ wet winter.

Councillor Michael Coote’s call to investigate options for replacing and raising the bridge, made at a council meeting in Augustafter the bridge went under for the second time this winter, was simple enough.

“As a councilwe need to look at what we’relooking for in the future andwhat kind of infrastructurewe will need,” he said at the time.

He also said Hereford Street and Eglinton Road needed to be widened to two lanes in both directions to support the city’s growing population.

His point about the low level bridge was sound: the booming population in the Trinity Heights and Laffing Waters areas shouldn’t have their most direct route to the CBD cut off every time the region gets a lot of rain.

If council wants to continue to allow homes to be built in those areas –and there don’t seem to be any signs of any slowing in construction –then it should also ensure the residents inthose homes can access the central part of the city without difficulty.

But, as with any project, it’s the implementation that proves difficult.

Who will pay for a new bridge over the Macquarie River in lower George Street? How far should the bridge extend? And would the exercise be redundant if –as some pointed out in the days after Cr Coote’s call was reported –Hereford Street itself went under during a major flood?

The work on the upgrade of the Great Western Highway at Kelso is also a reminder of the limits of residents’ tolerance for major road construction projects.

It doesn’t take long for an upgradeto become an annoyance for those who have to navigate their way through the worksevery day.

It seems Bathurst is stuck with the low level bridge for the moment.

But talk of its replacement is unlikely to go away any time soon.

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Bushies turn the tables on rivals

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THE Murray Bushrangers turned in a five-star performance to roll Dandenong Stingrays by 26 points in the first qualifying final at Ikon Park on Sunday.

COME ON: Murray Bushrangers coach Leon Higgins calls for a big finish against the Dandenong Stingrays on Sunday.

After a tight three quarters, the Bushrangers broke the shackles with marking forwards Trent McMullan and Lachie Tiziani hitting the scoreboard.

They kicked five and four goals respectively to finish the good work of Will Brodie, Jake Page and James Cousins.

FORWARD PLAY: Young Corowa-Rutherglen forward Jy Lane drives the Bushrangers forward at Ikon Park on Sunday.

Page finished with 29 possessions and Cousins 26 while Brodie capped off another strong performance with 10 clearances.

Ruckman Esava Ratugolea also did plenty of damage around the ground.

Dandenong stayed in the contest largely through the class of Josh Battle who had six goals by three quarter-time.

But the supply dried up late as Leon Higgins’ side charged into the preliminary final in fine fashion.

“We have been building,” Higgins said.

“Ithought this performance was coming for us.

“We dominated the stats last time we played Dandenong but our forward-line didn’t quite function.

“They got it all together today.

“They continued to push and push and push and we broke them in the final quarter.

“It was a really encouraging performanceheading into a preliminary final.”

Dandenong led 3.2 to 0.1 at quarter-time before the Bushrangers fought back to lead by a goal at half-time after majors to Page, Tiziani, McMullan, Cousins and Jy Lane.

It was goal-for-goal in the third stanza with the Stingrays leading by three points at the last break.

In more good news for the Bushrangers, they came through the final unscathed on the injury front.

“We have a clean sheet at the moment,” Higgins said.

In the other qualifying final, Geelong Falcons defeated North Ballarat Rebels by 37 points at Box Hill.

Max Augerinos,Brett Blair andJackson McLachlan stood out for the Falcons with Blair booting five goals.

Sandringham edged outEastern Ranges by two points in the elimination final withCorey Lyons best afield.

Oakleigh Chargers hammeredCalder Cannons by 106 points in the other elimination final.

Nick Larkey andAlex Trigar were on fire with nine goals between them whileLachlan Walker continued his good form around the packs.

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Forth fly high again

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Forth created a piece of modern day NWFA history by winning back-to-back premierships for the firsttime since 1958, when they defeated Wesley Vale in Saturday’s grand final at Ulverstone.

Coincidentally, the Magpies also beat Wesley Vale almost 60 years ago to complete their only three-peatsuccess.

Premiers: Forth celebrate winning the 2016 NWFA seniors premiership after defeating Wesley Vale on Saturday. Picture: Cordell Richardson.

On Saturday they held off a second-quarter comeback from the Vale by responding with a six-goal-to-one third term before an injury-marred last quarter delayed their win.

With Forth leading by 33 points, 12 minutes into the last quarter and within sight of victory, play wasdelayed for almost an hour when the Wesley Vale vice-captain Dwayne Aherne collided with the boundaryfence and fractured a leg.

Unable to be moved he remained on the ground before being conveyed tohospital by ambulance.

In the shadows of the setting sun Forth played out the remaining 15 minutes to finish the season ona high, winning 14.10 (94) to 9.7 (61), in what was a 79-minute last quarter.

Forth’s Claye Symmons was awarded best on ground honours.

Earlier Forth hit the ground running with five unanswered goals before Wesley Vale’s full forward BenHolland put some respectability into the Kangaroos’ score with a major on the quarter time siren.

Kickingwith a breeze to the northernend of the ground, Wesley Vale started the second quarter with urgency.

MichaelLinnane had an early goal, then six-pointers from Ben Parker, Jeremy Walton and Holland (2) hadtheir side within two points of Forth at the main break.

In contrasting approaches to the second half of the season decider,Wesley Vale coach Shane Heffordcalled on his players for more of their second quarter endeavor, whereasForth co-coaches BarryClarke and Wade Symmons were concerned at the break down in team structures.

They made somepositional changes, most notably giving Josh Salter the task of quelling the influence of the Vale’s MichaelLinnane.

Kicking with the strengthening breeze on the resumption of play, Forth wrested control of the matchcourtesy of three early goals from their centre-half forward Todd Bryan and with growing confidence theMagpies’ running game was having a telling effect.

Wesley Vale’s possession game was coming unstuck andby three-quarter time Forth were in the box seat leading 12.10 (82) to 7.6 (48).

After the injured-marred last quarter Wade Symmons said his side had shown a lot of character in thesecond half, given the unfortunate circumstances that unfolded late in the game.

Wesley Vale’s Zachary Weeks kicks towards goal in Saturday’s NWFA grand final. Picture: Cordell Richardson.

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Dad jokes for Father’s Day 2016 | video

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Here’s to dad: Cady Frost and Phoebe Morgan from Hastings Public School with some gifts for their dads.

FATHERS across Australia will no doubt be bombarded with hugs and kisses this Sunday.

No doubt undie sales will skyrocket at this time of the year but, trust me, relaxation is really what dad wants this Father’s Day.

In celebration of this annual event, we have compiled a list of gut-busting dad jokes that may make you groan.

Q:What’s the difference between a poorly dressed man on a tricycle and a well dressed man on a bicycle?


Q:Why do bears have hairy coats?

A:Fur protection.

Q:What did the pirate say on his 80th birthday?

A:Aye Matey!

Q:Why is no one friends with Dracula?

A:Because he is a pain in the neck.

Q:What did the ocean say to the shore?

A:Nothing, it just waved.

Q:Why are skeletons so calm?

A:Because nothing gets under their skin.

Q:Why does Superman always getinvited to dinner?

A:Because he is a supper-hero.

Q:What time did the man go to the dentist?

A:Tooth hurt-y.

Q:What did the bartender say to the ham sandwich?

A:Sorry, we don’t serve food here.

Q:Why did the Clydesdale give the pony a glass of water?

A:Because he was a little horse.

Q:How do you make a Kleenex dance?

A:Put a little boogie in it.

Q:Why did the man get fired from the calendar factory?

A:Because he took a couple of days off.

Public schools have been putting their pupils to work, gluing, drawing, painting and glittering their way through the past week to make something special and heartfelt for all the dads out there.

Fairfax Mediavisited Tacking Point Public School to ask kindergarten students why they love their daddy. Check out the video below.

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