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Walking in silence for the silent many

Anne Hilton has been one of the driving forces behind the walk for the silent many. Photo by Megan DrapalskiTHE walk for the silent many passed through the Southern Highlands on its way to Parliament House.
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Thirteen people will spend nine days in the cold and rain to represent the thousands of asylum seekers currently in detention and highlight their plight.

The walk was organised by Anne Hilton, who worked as a councillor in an all-male detention centre in Darwin for 12 months to find out what was happening to asylum seekers, and her friend and campaigner Gayle Carr.

“I’m completely against detention, but I wanted to educate myself and experience it first hand,” Ms Hilton said.

“I experienced the whole system deteriorate at a rapid rate and witnessed the impact it had on the men.”

Ms Hilton promised herself that when her contract ended she would bring about change.

“It’s a system that deliberately and strategically causes harm and suffering to break the spirit of the asylum seekers,” she said.

“It’s clear that the government wants them to go home, however, asylum seekers come from places deep in conflict.

“It’s not safe for them to go home.”

Ms Hilton said she wanted to walk in silence to highlight the silence imposed on the public on anything to do with asylum seekers.

“There are thousands of asylum seekers locked away in detention centres with no voice and no rights,” she said.

“They need us to be their voice and seek justice for them.”

The walkers started at Villawood Detention Centre in Sydney on August 23 and will gather outside Parliament House on Monday, September 1.

“We’ll be welcomed to Parliament House by Senator Sarah Hanson-Young and other Greens, Labour and independent senators who are concerned about the treatment of asylum seekers in detention,” she said.

The walkers will present members of parliament with letters of concern from the community.

Ms Carr said the campaign was gaining momentum and they expected more than 20 people to join them when they walked into Canberra.

“Australia is the only country in the world to make a distinction about how people arrive,” she said.

“The vast majority of asylum seekers arrive by plane, but the government targets those who arrive by boat and brand them illegal,” she said.

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Classical concert for charity

MUSIC: Pamela Jackson, Jessie Austin, Jenny Gorgolin and Peter Buck. A GROUP of classical musicians will perform on Sunday to raise money for cancer.
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The Fight Cancer Fundraiser Concert will include pieces from Mozart, Schubert, Brahms and Bach.

Organiser Pamela Jackson said the idea for the concert was inspired by four-year-old Wilson Jackman, who received a bone marrow transplant last year.

“Having met Wilson, we decided what better way to use our talents than to honour the bravery of Wilson and other children like him with supporting the amazing work of Fight Cancer Foundation,” she said.

Ms Jackson said she hoped the concert would raise awareness and money for research.

SingersMerrin Torpy, Jessie Austin and Rob Plum, pianist Peter Butler and flutist Jenny Gorgolin will join Ms Jackson for theperformanceatBendigo South East Collegefrom 3pm to 4pm.

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Flyers Creek wind farm up in the air until completion of energy review

THE company behind an approved wind farm at Flyers Creek has reported an improved financial performance since last year, but the federal government’s renewable energy target (RET) review has kept it in murky waters.
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Infigen Energy reported its full year results to June 2014 to the ASX earlier this week, including a statutory net loss after tax of $8.9 million, a $71.1 million improvement from the shortfall it suffered in the year ending June 2013 due to its US business.

However, while electricity companies are required to buy energy from renewable generators through large-scale generation certificates, Infigen’s report said their value had fallen.

Infigen senior development and government affairs manager Jonathan Upson said under the existing target, the LGC price should be at $55, but it was currently only $26.

“It’s cutting revenue by about half, it’s a significant impact,” he said.

The ASX report said “acute regulatory uncertainty” due to the RET review, electricity price drops following the abolition of the carbon tax and falling electricity demand would also have an impact in the coming year.

“Subject to the outcome of the RET review, the average bundled price across Infigen’s Australian portfolio is expected to be around 10 per cent lower than [the year ending June 2014] based on current forward markets,” the report said.

Mr Upson said the review had halted large-scale projects not already under construction, including Flyers Creek. He said the company could only work through the conditions of consent from the development approval.

“No bank is going to lend $200 million for a project until the review is finished,” he said.

Mr Upson said the industry was already lobbying ministers and MPs, including member for Calare John Cobb, but he said the MP took a different view to the one Infigen put forward.

Mr Cobb declined to comment on whether he supported a drop in the target, or its abolition.

“The government is working to keep energy costs down to take the cost of living pressures off families and keep Australian businesses competitive – renewable energy has an ongoing role to play in Australia’s energy mix,” he said in a statement.

“The RET is required to be reviewed under legislation every two years.”

However, he also declined to comment on the flow-on effects of the review or whether he was concerned about the Flyers Creek wind farm’s future.

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Too young to drive? Not a problem for this powerboat driver

Briney Rigby started powerboating at 10 years old, now she will race in the world championship. Picture: Geoff Jones.She doesn’t even have her driver’s license yet, but Briney Rigby can handle a powerboat at speeds on 75mph.
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The 15-year-old Wisemans Ferry powerboat driver has been sounded out by the Swedish national team to drive one of their boats in the UIM World Championship.

“I was lucky enough to get the opportunity to go to Italy to crew with one of the formula 2 drivers and I met the Swedish F1 driver Jonas Anderson and he offered me a drive,” Rigby said.

Rigby will race over four rounds starting in China on October 5, Qatar, Abu Dhabi and Dubai in a formula 4 boat in 20 minute races where the winner will be determined by the number of laps completed in that time.

The Arndell Anglican College student admits she’s nervous, mainly due to the fact that she’s only raced four times in a formula 4 boat.

“I get butterflies every time I think about it,” she said.

“This will be the hardest racing I’ve done. There’s only fields of two here in Australia but there will be nine overseas so it will be very tough.”

She said the mental battle will be the first thing she’ll have to overcome if she’s to impress against some of the world’s best drivers.

“I’m not quite there yet. I don’t have 100 per cent confidence in myself but the more laps I do the more confident I’ll get,” she said.

“There will be a lot of pressure because the boat I’ll be driving is leading the series at the moment so there will be pressure to quickly adapt to a boat I’ve never driven before and to courses I’ve never seen.

“It’s a massive opportunity. It might open a few more doors up and might keep me going for a few years yet.”

Powerboat racing is in Rigby’s blood.

She started at just 10 years of age and her grandfather, Alan Smith, was recently awarded an OAM for his services to the sport.

The Rigby’s are currently raising funds for the trip, and anyone who wishes to sponsor or support Briney and call 4579 1291.

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Cornish Trophy Day

Wellington Golf Club saw 41 golfers enjoy a beautiful Saturday afternoon to play golf in with five visitors from Dubbo and Wentworth Golf Clubs, J Cummins, D Seymour, S Neal, Norm Sparkes and S Hayward.
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Coming events for September are Wellington Soldiers Memorial Club Monthly Medal on September 6, a Novice Day 3 Person Ambrose on September 13, all former players are welcome to come out and see if it’s still there or that it’s really gone, Captain vs President 4Ball Aggregate on September 20, Individual Stableford on September 27.

The coring of the greens is on this Sunday with a 7.30am start and if you can help in anyway please don’t hesitate to come on out and do so, as more hands make light work.

Last Saturday’s events were a 4Ball Aggregate Stableford plus the Final of the Cornish Trophy with Bob and Garth Watts kindly sponsoring the day.

This week’s events are a 4BBB Stableford plus the Lefts versus the Rights with Jan and Peter Payne kindly sponsoring the day.

The Final of the Cornish Trophy saw Lewis Payne and Clint Ridley taking on Rod Pedron and Tim Parker in a match that was close all day, well right up until the last hole where Lewis and Clint out hit Tim and Rod to take the match with a 1-up result.

Many thanks to Marie and Peter Cornish for sponsoring this prestigious Trophy this year and hopefully they will be on board again next year.

Winner’s of the 4-Ball Aggregate Stableford and by a great margin were Jarrod Wykes 43pts and Elton Keeffe 37pts great total of 80pts.

Runners-up on a countback were David Naveau 34pts and Bob Ridley 35pts with a total of 69pts.

Ball competition winners were Jarrod Wykes-Elton Keeffe 80pts, David Naveau-Bob Ridley 69pts, Peter Payne-Paul Hannelly 69pts, Josh Bullock-Luke Milgate 68pts, Ben McCarthy-Ray Fabar 68pts, and Tim Parker-Rod Pedron 68pts.

Ron Stubberfield Terrific Tee Shots, on the third Ben McCarthy, on the eighth Lewis Payne, on the 14th S Hayward, on the 16th Kurt Cusack.

McCarthy-Staggs Tiling nearest the pin in 2 shots on the seventh hole went to Geoff Walker.

McDonald’s Biggest Whack in A Grade went to Lewis Payne with a whack of 274mts and in B Grade went to Norm Sparkes with a whack of 257mts.

Maurie Lay Memorial Pointscore sponsored by Twin Rivers Printing and Presidents Pointscore top five are Robert Baker 877pts, Paul Hannelly 806pts, Bob Ridley 801pts, Rod Pedron 796pts and Kevin Reid 795pts.

Wellington Soldiers Memorial Club Pointscore top five are Steven McCarroll 169pts, Paul Hannelly 161pts, Gary Cusack 150pts, Bob Ridley 145pts and Robert Baker 136pts.

John Gersbach Putting Competition top five are Gary Cusack 193putts, Robert Baker 201putts, Steven McCarroll 202putts, Ron Cowan 204putts and Malcolm Payne 206putts.

Handicap changes from last weeks golf are Paul Hannelly 15 to 14, Elton Keeffe 3 to 2, Jarrod Wykes 14 to 13, Col Arnold 29 to 30, Peter Bryant 30 to 31, Josh Bullock 6 to 7, Tim Parker 11 to1 2, Vic Payne 22 to 23, Matt Redfern 6 to 7 and Norm Royal 14 to 15.

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BathurstAM: Friday, August 29

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As part of our Feels Like Home property feature we take a look inside some of the city’s premier properties and talk to the families who live there.

This week we take a look at Oak Lea, a 113-hectare property at The Lagoon, which has been put on the market by its owners Alex and Ceilia Ferguson who are preparating for a big move … next door!

However you plan to spend it … enjoy your weekend!


Last chance to nominate a volunteer!

The NSW Volunteer of the Year Awards recognise thecontribution made by many volunteers in our community.

Nominations are still open to recognise individuals in student, youth, senior and adult volunteer categories, as well as through team and organisation categories.

If you know of someone who you think is worthy of recognition, go to www.volunteering南京夜网.au/2014-awardsand nominate them.

Nominations close on Sunday.


To find out what made news in the Central West this week, make sure you have a look atThe week that was in the Central West. Here’s a sneak preview :

​The 2012 Western Districts Exhibit, winner of the People’s Choice Award, for the Sydney Royal Easter Show now has a permanent home on the wall of the Spotlight building in Forbes.


Author Maggie MacKellar will be a familiar face to those who watch Australian Story on ABC-TV.

She will be in Bathurst to talk about her new book, How To Get There, on Tuesday night.

How To Get There is a follow-up memoir to Maggie’s previous book, When It Rains, and traces her move from Cudal to Tasmania for love.

Maggie is a lecturer at the University of Sydney, focusing on Australian and cross-cultural comparative history.

The talk will be held at Bathurst Library, starting at 6pm. Tickets are $8 and can be purchased from Books Plus (6331 5994), or the library. Even better, refreshments will be served!

Author Maggie MacKellar will give a talk about her new book in Bathurst next Tuesday.


News that the Bathurst Radiation Bus is guaranteed to stay on the road until June 2017 will be a relief to the many cancer patients who use the service, and their families.

The bus provides a daily return service to Orange to enable cancer patients to receive radiotherapy.

Bathurst Community Transport manager Leonie Schumacher made the announcement as Bathurst RSL Club and Bathurst Panthers each donated the service $3500 as part of this year’s ClubGRANTS.


If you’re looking for a new home, rental or investment property this weekend, make sure you have a look at this week’s Domain – 20 pages packed with what’s hot in the property market.


If you’re looking for some entertainment, head on down to the Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre to watch some of the talent on stage at the Bathurst Eisteddfod.

Today’s sections kick off at 9am with the K-6 classical primary trio or quartet, followed by a variety of ensemble and orchestra sections.

This afternoon attention turns to vocal sections, concert bands, while the evening session includes the Year 7-12 secondary percussion ensemble and the open instrumental ensemble.


Squash enthusiasts of more mature years are Bathurst bound for the Australian Masters Squash Championships.

It is the first time the city has hosted the national titles.

More than 300 players are expected to compete in individual and team events from September 1 to 12.

A purpose built, all-glass court has been constructed at Panthers Leagues Clubto host the tournament.

So, pop along and view the skills and technique of some of the game’s finest exponents – spectators are welcome.


In a move sure to create a storm of controversy, the Aldi supermarket chain has removed iconic Roald Dahl children’s bookRevolting Rhymesfrom its shelves after complaints from customers about the use of the word “slut”.


Making news around the region:

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Making local news this morning:

SOUTH Bathurst’s historic Rocket Street rail bridge has been closed to heavy traffic as contractors continue a structural assessment after an oversize truck bent some beams on Wednesday night.

Bathurst is a city of coffee drinkers, and in the next few weeks two new drive-through coffee shops will open to cater for their caffeine hits.

Bathurst Regional Council has let a contract for work ona new bicycle education track at Bathurst’s adventure playground.


Morning, Bathurst. As we inch closer to spring we can expecta mostly sunny day with a top of 16 degrees. There may be alittle fog still hanging around early this morning. The Bureau of Meteorology says there is thechance of showers on and east of the ranges.

If you have a community announcement, news tip or photo you would like to share today email it to [email protected]南京夜网.au

Keep an eye on the clouds here:

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Gunnedah Pony Club on top at Kootingal showjump

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Success continues to follow Gunnedah Pony Club members who last week travelled to the Kootingal annual showjumping and dressage day.

Gunnedah Pony Club riders Flynn Newberry, Eva Flannery, Harriet King, Daisy King, Scout Newberry and Philippe Altmann with their winning ribbons at Kootingal.

The jumping consisted of three rounds – an AM7, AM5 and Grandprix.

Haylee Murrell, who was jumping B grade, was Gunnedah’s most successful competitor on the day.

She finished with two firsts, a second and was also crowned the overall B grade Champion.

Gunnedah’s youngest competitor on the day, Emylie Murrell, 8, jumped in E grade and earned a praise-worthy third and fourth for her efforts.

Miah Byrant braved the A grade competition and won two seconds and a third place ribbon. Miah also finished a fourth in her dressage test.

Phillippe Altmann jumped in C grade to place second in the Grandprix and fourth in dressage.

All riders were said to have jumped exceptionally well and can be proud of their efforts.

On Sunday Kootingal hosted its annual Blanch Trophy Day where Gunnedah fielded six riders among a field of more than 80 competitors.

The day consisted of four morning ring events and five sporting events in the afternoon.

Gunnedah riders again rode brilliantly and were among the top place-getters in all four morning events.

Daisy King, 8, was Gunnedah’s most successful rider on the day.

She finished with eight wins and a third to take out the highest point scorer award for 7-and-under 9 years girls.

Daisy also won the perpetual shield for the highest individual point score.

Harriet King won the highest point score for the 9-and under-11 girls and Flynn Newberry for the boys.

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Horsham Saints v Warrack Eagles – qualifying final

RETURN: The Saints are hopeful that Pat Knott, pictured playing earlier this year, will return from injury for the Saints’ final against Warrack Eagles on Saturday. Picture: SAMANTHA CAMARRIHORSHAM Saints will look to overcome the only team it has not beaten this season Warrack Eagles in a blockbuster qualifying final clash at Murtoa Recreation Reserve.
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The third-placed Eagles have had the wood over the second-placed Saints in 2014, winning by nine and 23 points.

With a semi-final berth against Horsham up for grabs, Saints coach Shayne Breuer believes his side will be up to the challenge.

“It’s a fantastic opportunity for us,” he said.

“We’ve had a good season but that goes to nothing come finals.

“We haven’t beaten Warrack so that’s another hurdle for us.

“We’ve been playing good footy and I think you probably use it to motivate you a little bit.”

The Saints have won their past four matches, while the Eagles returned to the winners list against Nhill at the weekend.

Eagles coach Tim Inkster said his side would take confidence from its wins against the Saints. He is prepared for another tough contest.

“It’s always a hard one to read into we’ve won both games but they’ve both been close,” he said.

“It might play on their minds a bit, but we, as always, will try to look after ourselves.

“Everyone’s enthusiastic and we can’t wait for it.”

The Eagles look set to welcome back a number of key players.

Proven goal-kickers Jae McGrath, suspension, and Inkster will return, as will key defender Jayden Werner.

Inkster said Jack Wilson could also be in contention after a strong reserves performance.

“We’re looking pretty good,” he said.

“Everyone who’s around is available we’ll have a few blokes missing out, which is a good position to be in.”

Breuer said midfielder Pat Knott was likely to return from injury, while Mark Ellis would miss because of a sore back.

The Saints will also be sweating on the outcome of a tribunal hearing involving star on-baller Nathan Clough overnight.

If Clough was to miss through suspension, Knott’s return would be invaluable.

Sam Clyne has been in stellar form for the Saints, while ruckman Michael Rowe was pivotal in the side’s two-point win over Horsham at the weekend.

Inkster said shutting down the Saints’ running brigade and forward targets would be crucial.

“We know the Saints are a terrific running side and they’re highly skilled,” he said.

“The Saints start really well, so we’ve got to be in it at quarter-time to be a chance.”

The Eagles defence led by the likes of skipper Ben Harrison, Jacob Cheney and Dale Hinkley has been consistent all season.

“We’ve almost had the same back-six all year, which gives them a bit of confidence,” Inkster said.

“I think Werner will take Gavin Kelm again, Harro might get Jacob Cooke-Harrison and Cheney might get Leslie Butler but we sort of leave it to our back six to get their match-ups right.”

The Eagles will focus on stopping the Saints’ various forward targets, but the Saints will also face a challenge denying the Eagles’ potent forwards.

McGrath, Inkster and Peter Weir will cause headaches for the Saints if the like of Jake Peters and Ben Spicer can move the ball forward quickly.

“They’ve got blokes who can play at both ends if it’s not working at one end they can swing them down the other,” Breuer said.

“We sort of lack that little bit in height, so that’s also going to test us.

“I think we’ve got the guys who can match up it’s just about them doing the job.”

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Ararat v Minyip-Murtoa – elimination final

IN THE HUNT: Clinton Midgley and his Burras team-mates will hope to chase down the Rats in an elimination final on Sunday. Picture: PAUL CARRACHERARARAT will be determined to prove it is not making up the numbers when it plays its first Wimmera Football League final since 2010 on Sunday.
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The Rats, who finished fifth on the ladder, will face fourth-placed Minyip-Murtoa in an elimination final at Horsham City Oval.

Wins against bottom-two sides Nhill and Stawell saw the Rats scrape into the finals ahead of reigning premier Dimboola, which stumbled against the Burras for the third time this season at the weekend.

Rats co-coach David Hosking is confident his side can upset the Burras, who will start the match as favourites.

“Our expectation is that we’ll put up a good performance,” he said.

“We know if we play well we’re a chance of winning, but we also know if we don’t play well we’ll get our bums kicked.

“We have a genuine belief we can win there’s no worries about that.”

The Rats narrowly edged out the Burras in the sides’ first meeting this season before the Burras turned the tables in round 11, thumping a depleted Rats side by 10 goals.

Burras coach Scott Arnold said his side would be fully prepared to tackle the Rats.

“It’s a massive game and they’re a good team,” he said.

“They’ve got a lot of runners and some real quality ball users.

“We need to make sure we win the contested ball if you give them time and space they can chop you up.”

The Burras will look to in-form ball winners John Delahunty, captain Adam Gerdtz, Liam Newell and Justin Garth to lead their charge.

The Rats have no shortage of midfield talent, and skipper Al Batchelor, Aaron Searle and Dan Mendes will

be pivotal in the battle to get first use of the ball.

Arnold said Declan Foott, Darcy Cameron and Brayden Ison were likely to cause selection headaches, with all 21 players from the club’s strong win against Dimboola also available.

Tall target Ison would add more height to the Burras forward line alongside Clinton Midgley and Chris Delahunty.

Midgley, 48 goals, and Ararat’s Beau Cosson, 50 goals, will be equally as important as strong marking forwards.

But Arnold stressed the midfield battle would be crucial.

“We’ve got some targets forward of the centre, but for them to have an impact we need our midfielders to get a good look at it,” he said.

The ruck duel will be intriguing, with Kieran Delahunty set to go up against Rats duo Xavier Vearing and Zach Louder.

Hosking said apart from five players with season-ending injuries including talls Mick Fratin and Dan Vearing the Rats would be at full strength.

“Our focus has just been on working particularly hard and understanding the game and the way they like to play,” he said. “We’re excited and really looking forward to it.”

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Cowra Eagles land the minor premiership and now eye off semi-finals

Having sealed up the minor premiership three weekends ago and going through the season undefeated, Cowra’s mens first graders will now be looking to continue their dominance in this years finals of the Bathurst District Soccer Association second division competition.
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Coming off the back of a win against CSU Red in the last round, the Eagles will now take on an undefeated CSU White outfit in the major semi-final on Sunday at Proctor Park in Bathurst.

Assured a second chance this weekend, both teams will be chasing victory to fill the first vacant spot up for grabs in the grand-final on September 14.

Due to the rules of the Bathurst District Soccer Association, Cowra will have to travel to Bathurst for the match, despite finishing the regular season at the top of the ladder.

Coach Sean Leyland is not concerned with the trek to Proctor Park and says his side is more then capable of getting the result they are after.

“There’s nothing we can do about it. All the semi finals are played there,” Leyland said.

“I’ve been following their (CSU White) games, they have had a lot of low scoring draws despite going through undefeated.

“I’d be surprised if we didn’t win, we got a lot of ammunition up front but we can’t get complacent.

The Eagles form this season along with being minor premiers would suggest the Cowra team will go into the match as favourites,

Leyland said an unbeaten run wasn’t something his team was exactly aiming for until a month or two into the season.

“It was something we knew we could achieve after four or five rounds.

“I could see there was plenty of potential.”

Leyland has the luxury of the two top goal scorers in the competition at his disposal in the form of son Bede Leyland and Pat Buttegieg. Both players are assets to his team with goal-scoring not particularly being an issue for the Eagles. They will play crucial roles for the Eagles during the next fortnight.

Top goal scorer, Bede Leyland will be crucial over the next few weeks for the Eagles.

Cowra has only met CSU White once this season and that was in round two back in April.

Both teams had a good look at each other that day and the result was 0-0, Leyland said his side was slightly under strength.

“It was only the second game of the season and we had few out.

“We had plenty of chances on goal but just couldn’t finish off,” he said.

The minor premiers, Cowra Eagles, will take on CSU White in the major semi final at Proctor Park in Bathurst at 1pm on Sunday.

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