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20/11/2018
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Bell ringing weekend

BELL ringers from St Peter’s Cathedral are celebrating the 19th anniversary of their beloved bells next weekend.
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To celebrate, the city’s bell ringers will be making a little bit of noise – with the eight bells in the cathedral tower, of course.

Ringingmaster Carol Quin said this year’s festival will include expert ringers from Sydney, Brisbane and Canberra.

“In what has become an annual event, there will be special ringing on Friday, October 30 between 5.30pm and 7.30pm, Saturday, October 31 between 10am and 12pm, and again between 2pm and 4pm,” Ms Quin said.

“It is planned that a special “quarter peal” will be rung on Sunday, November 1 between 11am and twelve noon.

Mrs Quinn said that this week’s normal Thursday night practice would be transferred to Friday night to take advantage of the early arrival of the visiting ringers.

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20/11/2018
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Tributes for man struck by tree

GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN: Melissa Clark-Forrester with a photo of her late husband James Forrester. Picture: Anthony Stipo
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THE family of a Riverinaman who died when he was struck by a falling treehave moved to clear up the circumstancessurrounding his death.

There wasabout three inches of rain on the ground whenJames Forrester, age 66,was out cutting wood with a chainsaw on private propertyat Uri Park for the family home.

Tragically, as he walked back past his ute,a tree near where he was working fell on him.He died instantly.

It’s believed the vibrations ofJames cutting the wood was what caused the tree to fall.

Hisfamilydescribed himas someone who was always up for a laugh.

He wasnever too proud to help out a mate.

“He’s always been a prankster,” sister-in-law Tanya Clark said.

“Yesterday (the 18th) it was his birthday and we had a bit of a thing, I was just sitting in my chair and next thing I know the chair flies up as if he’s pulled a lever on the side, and I thought ‘you cheeky bastard’.

“He’d do anything for anyone.

“Even if they dida bad turn to him he’d still try and help somebody.”

For 29 years he was a manager at Baiada.

He retired three years ago, but he liked to keep himselfbusy.

He worked at Griffith Central and at the Kidman Wayside Inn –the same place his wife Melissa Clark-Forrester worked -as a gardener.

“He was supposed to retire, but he would never do that,” Ms Clark said.

“That was too easy.”

She said the months afterwards had been incredibly hard on everyoneand noted it had been a struggle to move forward.

James spent time in the Army as a cookand marched out atPuckapunyal.

He taught mod-ball and tee-ball in Griffith and didn’t mind a goodten pin bowl every now and then.

He loved to take his boys out fishing, loved car racing –he used to race at the Blue Dot Speedway in Griffith –but most of all he loved his family.

James had eight children and 13 grandchildren.

His wife Melissa said his friends still feltthe effects of the incident.

“They’re just numb, they’re lost, they can’t believe the whole situation,” she said.

He was a doting grandfather to Mason, who was born just three weeks prior to the accident that took James’life.

Melissathanked a number of people who have helped her get through this tough time.

“Iwant to thank our family who have been so supportive,” she said.

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20/11/2018
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A huge night of Joe Cocker

Heartfelt: Andy O’Donnell of The Figmentz.
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ON SATURDAY, October 24, Club Sapphire Merimbulawill comealive with sounds of one of music’sgreatest legends -Joe Cocker.

The Figmentz, consisting ofAndy O’Donnell, Ken Vatcher, Dave Crowden and John Drews,will be joinedby PJ Dunnage, Sam Stevenson, Colleen Spillane and Stacey Mills for a night of Joe Cockerclassics spanning his incredible 50-year plus career.

Joining them from Melbourne is Paul Williamson, tenor saxophonist extraordinaire.

Williamson has performed with Dire Straits, Deep Purple, Midnight Oil and Renee Geyer to name just afew.

Also supporting the The Figmentz will be younglocalLochie Marsdon.

Mix together top musos, great tunes and a few stories about Cocker and you have a recipe for agreat night of fun.

Joe Cocker was famous for his passionate performances and musical arrangements and thatis what the Figmentz want to celebrate.

Doors open at 7pm and tickets are $20, for more information callClub Sapphire on 64951306.

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20/11/2018
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Seek advice for bypass land: lawyer

Horsham bypass panel hearings setPanel starts hearing for city bypassA LAW expert has urged people whose land could be affected by a Horsham bypass to know their rights and seek legal advice.
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It comes as an independent panel hearing for the bypass continues in Horsham.

Accredited business law specialist Erol Chakir hashelped secure compensation for regional Victorian farmers whose land was used for infrastructure projects in the past 10 years.

He said often the first compensation offer put to residents for projects like bypasseswasrarely the best.

“My experience is it isonly when landowners know their rights and –based on advice from a lawyer –understand what they can ask for, that the maximum amount of compensation is secured,” he said.

“Those acquiring the land are always working to serve their own best interests, and will attempt to secure the land at the lowest price they can, rather than work for what is in the best interest of the landowner.

“But when a landowner has been represented by an experienced lawyerwho knows the process well, the end result is typically many thousands of dollars more for the property owner than had they gone alone.”

Mr Chakir said compulsoryacquisitions rarely favoured the landowner.

He said the compensation process was complex.

“Landowners might not realise what factors can influence how much compensation they are entitled to ask for, and receive,” he said. “For example, the length of time someone has owned the land, and what other business they conduct on it, all comes into calculation.”

Mr Chakir saidthe cost of having a lawyer negotiate on landowner’s behalfcould be claimed when negotiating a final price.

The bypass panel hearing started on Monday and will finish today, before three more sessions from November 4 to 6.

VicRoads representatives presented at the hearing from Monday to Wednesday.

Horsham Rural City Council and affected landowners made presentations on Thursday.One Horsham Bypass Group members will face the panel today to discuss farming, engineering, and community issues.

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