Rare return to city for fanatics

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COLLECTOR’S ITEM: Doug Fulford and his 1915 Studebaker Tourer, which is decorated with ribbon to celebrate its 100th birthday. Picture: Kieren L Tilly
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YOU’VE probably seen Doug Fulford’s 1915 Studebaker in screen hitsTheGreat Gatsby or Anzac Girls.

He said it was the kind of car that rolled off the factory line as a testament to quality – not quantity.

The nowdefuncticon of American industry gained a new lease of life on Saturday, asmore than 80Studebakers returned to Waggafor the first time since 1977.

Rare return to city for fanatics Martin Tomich, 15, with his father Vinko at the Studebaker car show at Bolton Park. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Brian Greenall at the Studebaker car show at Bolton Park. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Ian Mackellar at the Studebaker car show at Bolton Park. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Shirley and Colin Green at the Studebaker car show at Bolton Park. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Ace Romano-Horrocks, 5, at the Studebaker car show at Bolton Park. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Chris Priestly at the Studebaker car show at Bolton Park. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Steve Waddell at the Studebaker car show at Bolton Park. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

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Easter Rocks: Photos

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Easter Rocks: Photos Easter Blues, Rock & Red Festival.Picture: PETER WEAVING
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Caroline Aujard with the Funk Junkies.Picture: PETER WEAVING

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Funk Junkies.Picture: PETER WEAVING

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Caroline Aujard with the Funk Junkies.Picture: PETER WEAVING

Sharyn McKitterick, Pauline Slavin and Andrew Tingley.Picture: PETER WEAVING

Bryson and Antony Interlandi and Andi Boyce.Picture: PETER WEAVING

Alex and Melissa Day and Alli Watts.Picture: PETER WEAVING

Gabby, Grace and Lara Knight.Picture: PETER WEAVING

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Keera and Luke Tavelli.Picture: PETER WEAVING

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Wet weekend rains on Buddha’s party: photos

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Wet weekend rains on Buddha’s party: photos The Nan Tien Temple celebrated Buddha’s birthday on Saturday. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI
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The Nan Tien Temple celebrated Buddha’s birthday on Saturday. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

The Nan Tien Temple celebrated Buddha’s birthday on Saturday. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

The Nan Tien Temple celebrated Buddha’s birthday on Saturday. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

The Nan Tien Temple celebrated Buddha’s birthday on Saturday. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

The Nan Tien Temple celebrated Buddha’s birthday on Saturday. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

The Nan Tien Temple celebrated Buddha’s birthday on Saturday. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

The Nan Tien Temple celebrated Buddha’s birthday on Saturday. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

The Nan Tien Temple celebrated Buddha’s birthday on Saturday. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

The Nan Tien Temple celebrated Buddha’s birthday on Saturday. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

The Nan Tien Temple celebrated Buddha’s birthday on Saturday. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

The Nan Tien Temple celebrated Buddha’s birthday on Saturday. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

The Nan Tien Temple celebrated Buddha’s birthday on Saturday. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

The Nan Tien Temple celebrated Buddha’s birthday on Saturday. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

The Nan Tien Temple celebrated Buddha’s birthday on Saturday. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

The Nan Tien Temple celebrated Buddha’s birthday on Saturday. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

The Nan Tien Temple celebrated Buddha’s birthday on Saturday. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

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Ballarat art lovers to be taken on a visual journey

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Artists Jackie Gorring and David Mellows at the launch of the Journeys exhibition on Saturday. PICTURE: LACHLAN BENCEBALLARAT art enthusiasts were taken on a visual journey on Saturday.
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Painter David Mellows and sculptor Jackie Gorring launched their new collaborative exhibition Journeys at the Backspace Gallery.

The exhibition in the Alfred Deakin Place gallery will showcase the pair’s 19 paintings and 12 sculptures until April 19.

Journeys embraces the literal and symbolic meaning of the word, with the artists responding to familiar and exotic landscapes they have encountered.

Mr Mellows said the theme allowed him to display some of his older pieces.

“I had old works that fit with the theme,” he said.

“I have a piece that’s eight feet wide. This is (the exhibition) where we bring out the big guns.”

The Creswick artist is renowned for his land and cityscape paintings.

Mr Mellows recent trip to Paris helped inspired one of the exhibition’s pieces.

Ms Gorring presents a series of sculptures which are inspired by her trip to Kathmandu.

Curator Deborah Klein said the gallery supported local and regional artists.

“We show a range of work from emerging, established and out-of-area artists,” she said.

The public independent gallery has been showcasing the work of Ballarat region artists for three years.

The City of Ballarat organised the two-and-a-half week exhibition.

The exhibition will be open Thursday to Sunday between noon and 4pm.

One of the two artists will be at the gallery for each day of the exhibition.

Artwork can be purchased at the gallery.

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Inglewood v Calivil United: PHOTOS

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Inglewood v Calivil United: PHOTOS Inglewood v Calivil United, April 4, 2015. Picture: PETER WEAVING
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Inglewood v Calivil United, April 4, 2015. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Inglewood v Calivil United, April 4, 2015. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Inglewood v Calivil United, April 4, 2015. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Inglewood v Calivil United, April 4, 2015. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Inglewood v Calivil United, April 4, 2015. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Inglewood v Calivil United, April 4, 2015. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Inglewood v Calivil United, April 4, 2015. Picture: PETER WEAVING

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Inglewood v Calivil United, April 4, 2015. Picture: PETER WEAVING

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Wellington man caught with tin of cannabis- in the boot of his car

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Police evidence of the drugs found in the Wellington man’s car.
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A woman has been killed and 69 people have been injured in crashes across the state during the first two days of Operation Tortoise, the NSW Police’s Easter road-safety campaign.

The woman died after a two-car head-on collision in the state’s north on Friday 3 April 2015). About5.30pmemergency services were called to the Pacific Highway about 5km south of Macksville. The 56-year-old woman, travelling as a passenger in the southbound car, died at the scene. Four males travelling in the northbound vehicle and two men travelling in the southbound vehicle were all taken to hospital for treatment to various injuries.

Traffic and Highway Patrol Commander, Assistant Commissioner John Hartley, said motorists need to remember fatal crashes can occur anywhere, at any time.

“Sadly a woman has lost her life, and six people have been injured, in a horrific head-on motor vehicle crash near Macksville this Easter holiday long weekend.

“With people in both vehicles being foreign nationals, it is timely reminder to motorists, travelling on stretches of road unknown or rarely used by them, that it is vital they drive with the utmost care,” Assistant Commissioner Hartley said.

“It is important for all drivers and riders to ensure they drive to the conditions, especially in the wet. With rainfall occurring throughout NSW, we are encouraging drivers to wipe off some of their speed, leave a greater braking distance to the vehicle in front, and in cases of significant rainfall or flooding pull over where safe to do so and wait for the wet weather to pass. Do not drive through swollen causeways, which present risks not only for drivers and passengers, but for emergency services who perform such rescues.

“Ultimately you are the one responsible. While my officers will be out in force over the long weekend, it is up to the people behind the wheel, controlling the bike or crossing the roads, to keep themselves and those around them safe. Be patient, put your headlights on in the wet and be visible.

“It’s not about tickets or fines because the ultimate penalty you can pay is with your life or the life of a loved one,” Assistant Commissioner Hartley said.

There have been 171 major crashes reported to NSW Police across the state since the start of Operation Tortoise, 193 crashes less than last year.

During the first two days of Operation Tortoise, the annual Easter road safety campaign, police have conducted 96,452 breath tests charging 189 people with drink driving offences.

Police have also issued more than 3880 traffic infringement notices and 2165 infringement notices for speeding offences.

Some examples of errant driver behaviour from the operation so far include:

About11.30am, Thursday 2 April 2015, Coonabarabran Highway Patrol stopped a 52-year-old Wellington man driving on the Newell Highway Patrol at Coonabarabran. The vehicle was searched and police allegedly located a tin with cannabis inside, concealed within the rear boot of the car. The driver was issued with a court attendance notice to appear before Coonabarabran Local Court in June for the offence of possess prohibited drug.

About4pm, Friday 3 April 2015, Coonabarabran Highway Patrol detected an 18-year-old p-plater allegedly travelling at 137km/h on the Mendooran Road South of Coonabarabran. The local man was issued with an infringement notice for exceeding the speed limit by more than 30km/h and his licence was immediately suspended for three months.

About9.45pm, Friday 3 April 2015, a 35-year-old woman was stopped by police while driving on Gould Road, Eagle Vale. She failed a random roadside drug test and was taken to the local police station where she tested positive to drugs. She had received her licence back nine hours earlier after serving a 24-hour prohibition order. She was issued with a prohibition order.

About4pm, Friday 3 April 2015, police were conducting patrols of the Pacific Highway, Woolgoolga, when they detected a car being driven by a 40-year-old man, allegedly travelling at 129km/h in a 110km/h zone. The vehicle was stopped and the driver submitted to a breath test. He returned a positive result and was taken to Coffs Harbour Police Station. He returned a breath analysis result of 0.201. He was charged and his driver’s licence suspended. He will appear before Coffs Harbour Local Court on27 April 2015.

About6pm, Friday 3 April 2015, police were conducting stationary random breath testing in Orlando Street, Coffs Harbour, when they stopped a sedan being driven by a 50-year-old man. He tested negative but was unable to produce a driver’s licence. Checks revealed that he had never held a valid licence in any State or Territory. He was issued with a field court attendance notice to appear at Coffs Harbour

Local Court on the27 April 2015. .

On Friday 3 April 2015, a 28-year-old East Maitland woman, driving from Singleton to Rutherford, was stopped for random breath test by police. She returned a positive result and was taken to the local police station where she returned a positive result of 0.156. She had a six-year-old child in her vehicle. She was charged with high-range drink driving and due to appear at Maitland Local Court on11 April 2015.

At8am, Friday 3 April 2015, a vehicle was stopped on the Federal Highway, Collector, where the 25-year-old driver was arrested for a failed drug test. He was taken to Goulburn Police Station and his vehicle search. Police allegedly seized cannabis and over 350 capsules believed to be MDMA, with an estimated potential street value of $9000.

About4.15pm, Friday 3 April 2015, 57-year-old man was stopped on Hume Highway, Gunning, for allegedly travelling at 125km/h in a 110km/h zone. Checks revealed he has never held a driver’s licence.

About4pm, Thursday 2 April 2015, a 49-year-old driver from Victoria was travelling along Echuca Street, Moama, when he was allegedly caught by Deniliquin Traffic & Highway Patrol using his mobile phone to take a ‘selfie’ of himself while driving. He allegedly extended his hand out of his vehicle taking the photograph as he past the police officers. The driver was issued a traffic infringement notice, ‘use mobile phone when not permitted’ incurring a $311 fine and lost three demerit points.

About1.45am,Saturday 4 April 2015, a 55-year-old driver was stopped after being observed to leave the roadway whilst negotiating a right hand bend upon Brobenah Road, Leeton. He was subjected to a roadside breath test which proved positive and taken to Leeton Police Station where he returned a reading of 0.179. His driver’s licence was suspended and he was issued a field court attendance notice to appear at Leeton Local Court on5 June 2015for the offence of high-range drink driving.

About3:30pm, Friday 3 April 2015, Barrier Highway Patrol police stopped a vehicle due to expired registration/insurance. The 50-year-old driver was found to have never held a licence and was issued with a field court attendance notice. His 45-year-old male passenger had an outstanding warrant and was taken to Dareton Police Station as a result.

At1pm, Friday 3 April 2015, a 39-year-old Euabalong West man was allegedly detected driving in Euabalong with eight passengers, seven of which were unrestrained.

At1pm, Friday 3 April 2015, a 38-year-old male from Gordon was stopped on the M4 at Wentworthville, allegedly using a mobile phone. He was issued an infringement notice; driver use mobile phone when not permitted. Five minutes later the same man was stopped by the same police officer on the M4 Motorway, allegedly using his mobile phone whilst driving again. The driver was stopped and issued with another infringement notice for the same offence

Operation Tortoise began on Thursday 2 April and ends11:59pmonMonday 6 April 2015with double demerits in place for speeding, seat-belt and motorcycle helmet offences.

Officers will be targeting speeding, seatbelts, alcohol and drug-affected drivers, fatigue and distraction, and will be a highly-visible presence while on patrol throughout the state.

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Torchlight Lantern Procession: Photos

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Torchlight Lantern Procession: Photos Tye Cumming, Lily Darmody, Tiffany Smith, Levi and Tiffany Cumming and Shanon Mitchell.Picture: PETER WEAVING
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Jemima and Tim Jemima Egan.Picture: PETER WEAVING

Jake, Vanessa, Lilah and Craig Reptik.Picture: PETER WEAVING

Mary and Kevin Burrow.Picture: PETER WEAVING

Jocelyn Chiu and Isabelle Cheung.Picture: PETER WEAVING

Aish Tupper, Abby and Meg McCarthy and Maeve Tupper.Picture: PETER WEAVING

Crowds gather for the Bendigo Torchlight Procession.Picture: PETER WEAVING

Isaiah Chibs, Danielle Penna, Alexander Biggs with Little.Picture: PETER WEAVING

April McEwen-Price, Haylee Hoggan and Jayda Hoggan-Lord.Picture: PETER WEAVING

Ebony Johansen, Gemma McPhee and Georgia Marrone.Picture: PETER WEAVING

Ady Williams and Trev Collins.Picture: PETER WEAVING

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Dubbo Square evacuated

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Verbal threats on the telephone resulted in the evacuation of Dubbo Square Charter Hall on Saturday afternoon. Photo: LAURA McINTYREEMERGENCY services were called to Dubbo Square Charter Hall shortly after 2pm on Saturday, April 4.
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Orana Local Area Command Inspector Gemini Bakos said Coles supermarket management had received a telephone call from an unhappy customer.

“There were many verbal threats made,” Inspector Bakos said.

In response to the telephone call, Coles management and Dubbo Square Charter Hall management made the decision to evacuate the entire centre.

Police were on the scene at 2:10pm, Inspector Bakos said.

“Dubbo police assisted with the evacuation and conducted their own investigation in Coles,” she said.

At 2:43pm, the area was deemed safe by Orana Local Area Command and was reopened.

“This was decided by both Dubbo Square Charter Hall management and Coles management.”

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A pillar of strengthPhotos

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OVERWHELMED: Wagga woman Amanda Norman was speechless with the turnout for the world record attempt. Picture: Kieren L TillyThey call multiple sclerosis the “invisible” disease because it’s hard to tell who is affected by it, but on Saturday the city put a human face to the illness that impactsthousands of Australians.
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It was a show of support for Wagga woman Amanda Norman, who will fly to Russia later this year to undergo radical but “life changing” stem cell treatment.

“I don’t know what to say,” Ms Norman said, holding back tears. “I’m lost for words. Where do you even begin to thank people?”

A pillar of strength | Photos Cassie Sutton, 12, at Wagga’s world record attempt at Bolton Park. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Adam Franks, 9, and Wendy Franks at Wagga’s world record attempt at Bolton Park. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

John Curtis, of Mudlarks Pottery and Ceramics, at Wagga’s world record attempt at Bolton Park. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Sienna Heffernan, 5, at Wagga’s world record attempt at Bolton Park. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

James Sutton and Brooke Lunch, 8, at Wagga’s world record attempt at Bolton Park. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Thomas Sutton, 11, Amber Lynch, 13, and Jack Lynch, 11, at Wagga’s world record attempt at Bolton Park. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Beth Anschaw, Olivia Anschaw, 13 months, and Gabbie Anschaw, 10, at Wagga’s world record attempt at Bolton Park. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Rocco Hadrill, 2, and Layla Haddrill, 4, at Wagga’s world record attempt at Bolton Park. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Jessica Martin, 14, at Wagga’s world record attempt at Bolton Park. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Amy Martin, 12, at Wagga’s world record attempt at Bolton Park. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Spectators show off their paper hats at Wagga’s world record attempt at Bolton Park. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

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Machete attack accused out on bail

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A manaccused of attacking his friend with a machete was reacting in anger after having his bathroom smeared with faeces, a Wollongong court has heard.
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Chilean national Cristian Adrian Celedon Carrasco, 38, faced Port Kembla Local Court Saturday morning charged with wounding the 48-year-old man with intent to cause grievous bodily harm.

The court heard the men had been drinking at the Harp Hotel for two hours on Thursday night before they returned to Celedon’s Corrimal Street apartment.

Celedon allegedly went to the bathroom to check on the older man and found he haddefecated himself and was spreading faeces around the room.

Police allege Celedon armed himself with a large Gurkha-style knife and struck the man‘s right hand, cutting him to the bone, when he refused to clean up the mess.

The court heard Celedon then ejected the man from the unit and threw his pants into the complex stairwell.

The victim left the unit bleeding profusely, wearing only a shirt, and walked to Wollongong Police Station.

Police officers had great difficulty obtaining details of what had happened.

The man’s blood trail led them to Celedon’s unit.

The court heard Celedon, who speaks only limited English, had provided conflicting versions of what had happened, via Spanish-speaking interpreters.

He was granted bail on condition that he not consume alcohol during his period of remand and avoid ports of departure.

He must also comply with an apprehended violence order that prohibits him from going within 100 metres of the alleged victim.

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