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Piracy alarm raised

CULTURE CHANGE: Anomaly Software owner Dev Mukherjee believes a fundamental shift in the online landscape may reduce piracy rates in Australia. Picture: Alex McConachieMOVIE and television piracy has become rampant in Australia due to a perceived lack of consequences, according to a Wagga software developer.
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Some 4700 Australians are set for a wake-up call over their downloading habits after aFederal Court judge this week ordered ISPs to release the contact details of people who downloaded the filmDallas Buyers Clubto the movie’s producers, in what has been described as a landmark ruling.

Anomaly Software owner Dev Mukherjeebelieves piracy has become rampant and almost normalised due to a perception there is no consequence under Australian law.

“Policing something like this is close to impossible, henceforth the perception that it’s a crime of no consequence,” he said.

CitingGame of Thrones, crowned the most pirated show worldwide in 2014, as one example of content otherwise inaccessible to many Australians except through piracy, Mr Mukherjee said the ease and convenience of torrentingTV shows and movies was the primary attraction for people who resorted to illegal downloading.

“What used to be previous monopolies like Foxtel essentially blocking the delivery of content …doesn’t help consumers in any way,” he said.

“It’s close to saying you can only go to a certain cinema to watch a movie.”

But the television and movie market is set for a radical shake-up in the online sphere which may reduce the incidence of online piracy, with the arrival of streaming video-on-demand services such as Stan and Netflix and higher-speed internet.

The National Broadband Network is set to arrive in Wagga and other parts of the region by this time next year.

Mr Mukherjee believes those two changes will make a big difference –both in curbing piracy as well as people moving to online subscription streaming services and away from traditional forms of consuming content.

“I hope (people pirating) see paying for content as a good thing, because in a way when you pay for a service it allows for companies like Netflix to push that little bit further and make the service better,” he said.

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Lake not worth a cracker

Gone fishingCraig Harris RED ON REDDIE: Doug Charlton with a reddie from Talbingo. Picture: Contributed
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G’DAY, for those who are regular readers of this column (all both of you) may have missed last week’s column and I would love to say that I didn’t write it as I was away fishing, but the truth is I/we have been that busy at the shop since Gavin and Heidi Case have joined the crew, I haven’t had time to even scratch myself.

I do have to say having a couple of highly motivated and keen partners has also reinvigorated my enthusiasm and motivated me to try and make peoples access to boats and fishing easier.

Shameless self plug – but stay tuned for some exciting happenings at Wagga Marine – plug over.

I was down the boat club last Thursday, just like every Thursday for that matter, for the meat tray draw and a cold glass of lemonade and we started to talk about the lake – or the pond as it is becoming.

I was down the boat club last Thursday, just like every Thursday for that matter, for the meat tray draw and a cold glass of lemonade and we started to talk about the lake – or the pond as it is becoming.

Now, I am no engineer, and will probably get shot down in flames for even suggesting this, but if there were a couple of manmade islands in the middle of the lake, would that help with the amount of water required to keep the lake sustainable?

I know that the maximum depth of the lake is 1.8 metres, so,making it deeper would lessen the amount of evaporation and the dirt taken from the floor can help make the islands, while rocks around the edge of the island will help reduce the erosion, and mooring on the islands for boats will give more boat users areas to stay during the day.

Maybe even a levee of $5 per boat per day, or even a yearly fee, with a gate for those who use the boat ramp at Apex Park (you are not supposed to use the ramp on the boat club side unless you are a member of the boat club) may be a proposition.

If we can spend over 20 million on a swimming pool and still not have it profitable, surely we can spend some money on the lake, yes I have a vested interest in keeping the lake usable, but so do a lot of other businesses in Wagga – accommodation, fuel, food, clothing, clubs, etc.

There has been a proposal put forward to put lights around the lake, great, but what are we going to walk around if there is no water in it?

The lake (at the time of writing) is closed due to blue green algae; the Barry CarnMemorial Ski race has been cancelled due to lack of water; the boat club will struggle due to no water therefore patronage will be less.

We have had about 35mm of rain this past week, where did that water runoff from all the suburbs go?

I understand that there is rubbish and other crap that inconsiderate people throw away that ends up in our drains and would require cleaning up but isn’t it worthwhile if it keeps the sustainability of the lake at a usable level?

Like I said, I am by no means and engineer in this area and have asked more questions than I have answers for, but are they questions that can be considered or are they just pie in the sky stuff.

We removed all the willow trees around the lake to help reduce the water loss (this also removed areas for fish to call home) but it has done little in regards to water loss.

I would have loved to see – and this will get up some peoples noses – the area north of Wagga – especially the open area towards Estella flooded with sustainable water coming from the river basically having a “Mulwala” in Wagga, if that worked and once again I am by no means a knowledgeable person in this area, the income that this would bring in for EVERY business in Wagga would be huge.

Yes there would be relocation required by some people but the opportunities for all Wagga industries would increase.

Basically something has to be done, if we sit on our hands, we will lose an asset that Wagga cannot afford to lose and as I have said I am by no means an expert in this matter, I am just a concerned rate paying citizen who is voicing his own opinion and would like to get some answers.

The lake is a great place for kids and adults alike to go fishing and boating but at the moment it isn’t worth a cracker.

Fishing aroundBurrinjuck was pretty good over the long weekend with the reddies raising their hands and saying pick me, pick me, the size wasn’t huge but the numbers were there, a couple of yellas on bait, the odd reasonable cod on the troll so all in all not a bad place to have gone for the weekend.Blowering was a little slow with the reddies also playing the game, once again nothing huge but good numbers.Talbingo was a whole lot better with big numbers of small to medium reddies being landed, old mate Dougie Charlton happened to catch a bunch of these along with a very nice 41cm mummy as well and yes it was caught on a stucky (for the regular readers of this column Dougie had a good leader on, tied his knots correctly and had his drag adjusted correctly) Bruce Duff managed a couple of small trout and a hand full of reddies in between skis – all in all a good place to have been.Tantangara whilst being low fished exceptionally well until the low came through, Chris Chamberlain was throwing back trout, they were catching that many until then, after that it was back to three to four fish a day.Eucumbene was pretty much the same as Tantangara, good numbers until the low hit then back to normal as was Jindabyne.The Hume weir was good with some good catches of, yes reddies, a couple of yellas and some medium cod (obviously a couple of degree change in water temperature is all that is needed for the reddies).Mulwala was good for some nice cod with a few blokes landing and releasing some nice fish.The Murrumbidgee was pretty low and haven’t had many reports.South Coast was windy but if you picked the right days there were good Yellowfin landed, a few spear fish and a couple of marlin out wide, good sized salmon and tailor on the beaches and flatties in the estuaries.This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.

Region to join in the rooftop revolution

A NEW solar scheme will providediscounted solar systems to households in the region while supporting rural communities in East Timor.
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Share Solar,supported by Hepburn Shire Council,will provide 200 discounted solar systemsto residents.

It will also support the‘Light Up East Timor’ program, by donating $100 from every participatingHepburnhome towardssolar lighting to remote villages.

Hepburn Shire councillor Sebastian Kleinsaid the program aligned well with the council’s commitment tosustainability.

“Only10.6 per centof homes in Daylesford currently have rooftop solar and forthe shire as a whole this figure is only 14.4 per cent,” he said.

“The Victorian average is 17 per cent and places likeMelton and Caroline Springs are at 16 per cent – I think we can do better.”

Local sustainability group Sustainable Hepburn AssociationandCastlemaineEnvironment Shop have partnered to offer the scheme.

Castlemaine Environment Shop’s Jane Knight saida bulk-buy would take the stress out of investing in solar.

“We’re hoping that this project will strengthen our communities’participation in the rooftop revolution that is sweeping across Australia,” she said.

For more information go to梧桐夜网share.asn419论坛/solar or phone5472 4160.

There willalso be a solar information sessions at the senior citizen’s room at the Daylesford Town Hall onSaturday May 16, between 2pm to 3.30pm.

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Quilting to raise funds for Glen Innes Hospital

Uniting Church Quilting and Craft Group have been working hard for the last 12 months to make a beautiful quilt to raise funds for Glen Innes Hospitals palliative care unit.
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Yesterday the Quilters Group handed over the quilt to Glen Innes Men’s Shed, who have kindly donated their time to sell raffle tickets over the next four weeks.

Val King and Kay Gall from Uniting Church Quilting and Craft Group hand over the quilt to Paul Raper and Mick Gall from Glen Innes Men’s Shed.

Fundraising and catering director Mick Gall said Glen Innes has given so much to the Men’s Shed, they are now in a position to give back their time to the community.

“We would be hoping to make a few thousand, because the amount of work that has gone into it,” he said.

“We will be selling tickets starting this week and we will draw the raffle the Saturday before mother’s day,” Men’s Shed President Paul Raper said.

Uniting Church Quilting and Craft Group Vice President Kay Gall said it has taken 12 months for it to come together but they’ve made sure everyone’s had a go at it.

“The Men’s Shed volunteered to sell the tickets if we made the quilt,” Quilters Group Treasurer Val King said.

“We will tally the money up and be donating it to Palliative Care at Glen Innes Hospital.”

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BREAKING NEWS: Car found, cleaner charged with murder of Stephanie Scott

Stephanie Scott: A cleaner is expected to be charged with her murder. Photo: FacebookA SCHOOL cleaner has been charged with the murder ofmissing bride-to-be Stephanie Scottafter police allegedly found blood in a vehicle and a photograph on a phone of what is believed to be a burnt body.
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Police arrested Vincent Stanford, 24, a cleaner at Leeton High School, at a house on Maiden Avenue in Leeton, in the NSW Riverina, about 7.30pm on Wednesday, and took him to Leeton police station for questioning.

Police said on Thursday morning he was charged with the murder of Ms Scott, 26, a popular drama and English teacher from the school.

Mr Stanford is expected to appear before Griffith Local Court on Thursday.

Fairfax Media understands police have seized the phone that contains photographic evidence.

Police began to home in on Mr Stanford on Wednesday after allegedly finding holes in his alibi. When they questioned him they allegedly found a number of items linked to Ms Scott’s death.

A senior manager of the cleaning company that employs Mr Stanford said he had undergone standard criminal checks before he was employed.

Colin Joss & Co cleaning division manager Fleur Dooley said thesuspect had worked for the Albury based company since October 2014.

Ms Scott was last seen at the school on Easter Sunday, six days before she was due to marry her partner of five years, Aaron Leeson-Woolley.

A NSW police spokeswoman said police had not found Ms Scott’s body. Her car, a red Mazda 3 sedan with registration BZ-19-CD, was spotted by a helicopter on Thursday morning in open fields about eight kilometres outside Leeton.

Police also are appealing for anyone who has seen an older model white Toyota Hilux space-cab two-wheel-drive, with a canopy over the back, travelling in Leeton or surrounding towns since Sunday, to contact them.

On Wednesday, Ms Scott’s sister, Robyn, told Fairfax Media that her sister was incredibly excited about her upcoming wedding, due to take place on Saturday in the central western NSW town of Eugowra.

More than 100 guests were due to attend the wedding, including family who had travelled from overseas.

“I spoke to her on that Saturday night, and she was over the moon, she was so excited. She had been to Griffith that day shopping and getting ready for the honeymoon,” Robyn said.

Robyn said her sister had gone to Leeton High School on Easter Sunday morning to prepare lessons for a replacement teacher who would take over her English and drama classes while she was on honeymoon in Tahiti.

She said that, at 12.59pm on Easter Sunday, her sister sent an email to the bus company that was due to take wedding guests to the reception venue on Saturday. In the email, Ms Scott confirmed she had paid the final deposit into the bus company’s bank account.

That was Ms Scott’s last known action.

Police formed Strike ForceGundibri to investigate Ms Scott’s disappearance.

Police said that, on Wednesday night, officers attended a home on Maiden Avenue, where they spoke to two residents.

About 7.30pm, another resident of the home – a 24-year-old man – arrived at the property and was arrested and later charged with one count of murder.

Stephanie Scott: a man is expected to be charged with her murder.

Devastating news: Mayor

Paul Maytom, the mayor of Leeton Shire, said news of Ms Scott’s suspected murder was “absolutely devastating”.

“I’m still trying to come to terms with it,” he said on Thursday.

“The last few days everyone’s been talking about it in the town. For her to mysteriously disappear like that, everyone was hoping she was going to be found, and found alive. We didn’t know what could have happened.

“I was not considering it would end up like this. We have a small community, most people know each other or know the families in our shire, and to have someone like Stephanie, who’s such a well-liked person, just about to be married next weekend … it’s just devastating.”

Cr Maytom said Ms Scott’s fiance had been “absolutely worried sick” since her disappearance.

Neighbours shocked

Neighbours on Maiden Avenue were shocked to discover police on their street after news of Ms Scott’s disappearance had overwhelmed the small town.

“You just don’t expect anything like this in this area,” said Janice Cameron, who has lived for 34 years next to the house were Mr Stanford was arrested.

“It is a very quietneighbourhood, we don’t have any trouble.”

Mrs Cameron said that Mr Stanford had moved into the area about a year ago, and that the resident in the house mostly kept to themselves.

One neighbour, who asked not to be named, described the accused’s household as “beautiful people”.

“They would always say hello in the street, just like everyone does when you live in a tiny town like ours.”

She said she was extremely surprised to learn that Mr Stanford had been arrested in connection with the murder.

– with Eryk Bagshaw SMH

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BREAKING NEWS: Car found, cleaner charged with murder of Stephanie Scott

Stephanie Scott: A cleaner is expected to be charged with her murder. Photo: FacebookA SCHOOL cleaner has been charged with the murder ofmissing bride-to-be Stephanie Scottafter police allegedly found blood in a vehicle and a photograph on a phone of what is believed to be a burnt body.
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Police arrested Vincent Stanford, 24, a cleaner at Leeton High School, at a house on Maiden Avenue in Leeton, in the NSW Riverina, about 7.30pm on Wednesday, and took him to Leeton police station for questioning.

Police said on Thursday morning he was charged with the murder of Ms Scott, 26, a popular drama and English teacher from the school.

Mr Stanford is expected to appear before Griffith Local Court on Thursday.

Fairfax Media understands police have seized the phone that contains photographic evidence.

Police began to home in on Mr Stanford on Wednesday after allegedly finding holes in his alibi. When they questioned him they allegedly found a number of items linked to Ms Scott’s death.

A senior manager of the cleaning company that employs Mr Stanford said he had undergone standard criminal checks before he was employed.

Colin Joss & Co cleaning division manager Fleur Dooley said thesuspect had worked for the Albury based company since October 2014.

Ms Scott was last seen at the school on Easter Sunday, six days before she was due to marry her partner of five years, Aaron Leeson-Woolley.

A NSW police spokeswoman said police had not found Ms Scott’s body. Her car, a red Mazda 3 sedan with registration BZ-19-CD, was spotted by a helicopter on Thursday morning in open fields about eight kilometres outside Leeton.

Police also are appealing for anyone who has seen an older model white Toyota Hilux space-cab two-wheel-drive, with a canopy over the back, travelling in Leeton or surrounding towns since Sunday, to contact them.

On Wednesday, Ms Scott’s sister, Robyn, told Fairfax Media that her sister was incredibly excited about her upcoming wedding, due to take place on Saturday in the central western NSW town of Eugowra.

More than 100 guests were due to attend the wedding, including family who had travelled from overseas.

“I spoke to her on that Saturday night, and she was over the moon, she was so excited. She had been to Griffith that day shopping and getting ready for the honeymoon,” Robyn said.

Robyn said her sister had gone to Leeton High School on Easter Sunday morning to prepare lessons for a replacement teacher who would take over her English and drama classes while she was on honeymoon in Tahiti.

She said that, at 12.59pm on Easter Sunday, her sister sent an email to the bus company that was due to take wedding guests to the reception venue on Saturday. In the email, Ms Scott confirmed she had paid the final deposit into the bus company’s bank account.

That was Ms Scott’s last known action.

Police formed Strike ForceGundibri to investigate Ms Scott’s disappearance.

Police said that, on Wednesday night, officers attended a home on Maiden Avenue, where they spoke to two residents.

About 7.30pm, another resident of the home – a 24-year-old man – arrived at the property and was arrested and later charged with one count of murder.

Stephanie Scott: a man is expected to be charged with her murder.

Devastating news: Mayor

Paul Maytom, the mayor of Leeton Shire, said news of Ms Scott’s suspected murder was “absolutely devastating”.

“I’m still trying to come to terms with it,” he said on Thursday.

“The last few days everyone’s been talking about it in the town. For her to mysteriously disappear like that, everyone was hoping she was going to be found, and found alive. We didn’t know what could have happened.

“I was not considering it would end up like this. We have a small community, most people know each other or know the families in our shire, and to have someone like Stephanie, who’s such a well-liked person, just about to be married next weekend … it’s just devastating.”

Cr Maytom said Ms Scott’s fiance had been “absolutely worried sick” since her disappearance.

Neighbours shocked

Neighbours on Maiden Avenue were shocked to discover police on their street after news of Ms Scott’s disappearance had overwhelmed the small town.

“You just don’t expect anything like this in this area,” said Janice Cameron, who has lived for 34 years next to the house were Mr Stanford was arrested.

“It is a very quietneighbourhood, we don’t have any trouble.”

Mrs Cameron said that Mr Stanford had moved into the area about a year ago, and that the resident in the house mostly kept to themselves.

One neighbour, who asked not to be named, described the accused’s household as “beautiful people”.

“They would always say hello in the street, just like everyone does when you live in a tiny town like ours.”

She said she was extremely surprised to learn that Mr Stanford had been arrested in connection with the murder.

– with Eryk Bagshaw SMH

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Netball: Sovereigns’ first VNL win

Sovereigns centre-courter Kelly Conroy in action for a home game in March. Photo: Jeremy BannisterSOVEREIGNS have chalked up their first championship division win in the Victorian Netball League.
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The ACU Sovereigns produced a huge second half to claim a 52- 47 win against DC North East Blaze at the State Netball Hockey Centre in Melbourne on Wednesday night.

Sovereigns were overpowered in the opening quarter, with Blaze doubling their score, and trailed by 10 goals by half-time.

By the final break, Sovereigns had chipped the margin back to four goals.

Sovereigns goalers were sharp. Melbourne Vixens goaler Carla Dziwoki shot 26 goals from 32 attempts (82 per cent accuracy) and Cynna Kydd shot 26 from 31 (84%).

This is Sovereigns first season in the VNL.

Sovereigns’ 19/under team is in the top four with seven wins and two draws from 12 matches and division one has one win on the board.

This week’s result is the first time a Ballarat-based VNL franchise has won a championship division match since 2013 when Ballarat Pride claimed a one-goal victory against Geelong on March 6. Pride also had a draw that season against City West Falcons on April 17.

DETAILS

CHAMPIONSHIP DIVISION

Sovereigns 7 18 34 52

DC North East 14 28 38 47

Sovereigns shooting: Carla Dziwoki 26/32 (82%), Cynna Kydd 26/31 (84%).

DIVISION ONE

DC North East 16 26 40 55

Sovereigns 4 13 20 29

Sovereigns shooting: Hayley Fidler 19/31 (62%), Amy Starzer 6/10 (60%), Jess Parry 4/8 (50%).

19/UNDER

Sovereigns 18 28 41 54

DC North East 7 16 23 34

Sovereigns shooting: Abbey Ryan 23/29 (80%), Sacha McDonald 16/22 (73%), Zoe Ottavi 15/18 (84%).

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Leeton community ‘absolutely devastated’ at suspected murder of Stephanie Scott

Life cut short: Stephanie Scott. Photo: Facebook-Man arrested over death of Stephanie Scott
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In the NSW Riverina town of Leeton, population 6700, it’s hard to find an unfamiliar face among the residents, says mayor Paul Maytom.

So when Stephanie Scott, a popular teacher at Leeton High School, vanished on Easter Sunday, less than a week before her wedding, the community rallied behind her family in a bid to find her.

Family, friends, members of local touch footy teams and Ms Scott’s fellow school teachers sprang into action, and started scouring roads in the town and surrounding areas for any sign of the 26-year-old and her car, which was also missing.

On Thursday morning, whenpolice revealed that Leeton resident Vincent Stanford, 24, had been arrested and was expected to be charged with Ms Scott’s murder, the town was shaken to its core, Cr Maytom said.

Put simply, it was “absolutely devastating”, he said.

“I’m still trying to come to terms with it,” a shocked Cr Maytom said on Thursday.

Leeton mayor Paul Maytom. Photo: Supplied

“In the last few days everyone has just been talking about it in the town. For her to mysteriously disappear like that, everyone was hoping she was going to be found, and found alive. We didn’t know what could have happened, and obviously I was not considering it would end up like this.”

Cr Maytom said, in his role as mayor, he knew Ms Scott was a teacher at Leeton High School, but he did not know her personally.

He also knew her partner of five years, Aaron Leeson-Woolley, worked at the nearby JBS Riverina Beef Plant.

“I know a lot of people who work with him [Mr Leeson-Woolley] and I know that he has been absolutely so worried sick over the last few days, and then to have this news this morning is just absolutely devastating,” he said.

“We have a small community, most people know of each other, they know all the families in our shire, and you know, to have someone like Stephanie who’s such a well-liked person, and just about to be married next weekend, and her fiance working here in Leeton … it’s just absolutely devastating to hear the news.

“Most people knew Stephanie and many people I’ve spoken to over the last few days have just been basically in shock trying to work out what may have happened, and obviously now are just devastated.”

Ms Scott’s family had launched a social media campaign to try to find their loved one, posting numerous photographs of her online and asking people to keep a look out for her.

On Wednesday night, as police would have been taking Mr Vincent in for questioning, Ms Scott’s sister Kim posted a thank you message on Facebook.

“Overwhelmed. The amount of love and support we’ve received is a credit to you Stephanie,” she wrote, beside a photograph of Ms Scott and Mr Leeson-Woolley.

“You are so loved. You’re going to be so impressed when you get home. xxx”

On Thursday morning, as her family were coming to terms with the heartbreaking news, messages of condolence were flowing online for Ms Scott.

“All my thoughts prayers and love are with you all,” one friend wrote.

– SMH

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Tickets completely sold out for Bunbury Groovin the Moo festival

Groovin the Moo attracts thousands from across the country to regional locations like Bunbury. UPDATE 1.30PM: Tickets for the Bunbury Groovin the Moo have now sold out completely.
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Benesse cafe on Victoria Street and the Bunbury Visitors Centre had the last remaining tickets after they sold out online this morning, but festival-goers snapped up the last ones around midday.

“Thanks to Bunbury and all the West Coast fans for continuing to support Groovin the Moo,” Cattleyard Promotions’ Stephen Halpin said.

“There’s always such a good vibe at this event and we’re excited about being in South West WA for the first weekend of the 2015 tour.”

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TICKETS to Bunbury’s Groovin the Moo festival haveofficially sold out online, so the only remaining tickets can be snatched up from the Bunbury Visitors Centre or Benesse cafe.

These venues will not take phone orders so you must physically attend to secure your ticket.

The visitors centre is located atOld Railway Station, Carmody Place and Benesse is at 83 Victoria Street.

The popular festival will land at Bunbury’s Hay Park on Sunday, April 26 this year.

The line-up includes A$AP FERG (USA) – BALL PARK MUSIC – BROODS (NZ) – CARMADA – CHARLI XCX (UK) – THE DELTA RIGGS – DMA’s – FLIGHT FACILITIES – HERMITUDE – HILLTOP HOODS – HOT DUB TIME MACHINE – MEG MAC – NORTHLANE – ONE DAY – PEACE (UK) – PEACHES (CAN) – THE PREATURES – RL GRIME (USA) – SAN CISCO – SASKWATCH – STICKY FINGERS – TKAY MAIDZA – WOLFMOTHER – YOU ME AT SIX (UK)

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Team named for Blues opener

PREMIERS: The Blues will need to contend with a number of key absences on Saturday as they host Yass Roos for a rematch of last season’s grand final. Picture: Mark LoitertonTheBlues’ opening round clash against Yass tomorrow will see both sidesfield vastly different teams than thosethat met in theAFL Canberra division three 2014final.
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The big outs for the Bluesare Luke Webb, Stephen Chant,Sandy Maskell Knight andTim Hannan.

Scott Eulenstein, Luke Salter, Matt Leischkeand coach Chris Drum areunavailable tomorrow,Toby Johnston is recovering from injury, whilstJake Turner, Ben Crick, Aaron Lee, Andrew Bell, Jason Cronin and Tim Smeeth will debut.

Phil Bird has been elected captain following a sensational 2014, while Joel Pearson and Mick Knagge complete a fine leadership group.

Squad: Phil Bird,Joel Pearson, Mick Knagge, Ryan Miller, Luke Johnston, Tom Cronin, Ben Crick, Andrew Bell, Aaron Lee, Jason Cronin, Ryan Miller, Tim Smeeth, Jon England, Joel Annetts, Dale Burt, Scott Reid, Dylan McDermott, Jaryd Cook, Sam Baldock, David Garness,Hamish Basham.

Kick off2pmClarke Oval.

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