Independent senator John Madigan has suggested that HECS debts should be frozen for five years for primary caregivers. Photo: Alex EllinghausenA key crossbench senator has raised a five-year freeze on student debts for mothers who have graduated from university as a bargaining chip in negotiations over the government’s proposed higher education changes.
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Education Minister Christopher Pyne is continuing to negotiate with the Senate crossbenchers in the hope of striking a deal on his reform package, which includes allowing universities to charge as much as they want for a degree.

A Fairfax Media Ipsos poll, conducted between Thursday and Saturday last week, found 64 per cent of voters oppose deregulating university fees.

Independent Victorian Senator John Madigan, whose vote on the reforms could be crucial, said: “I’m concerned about the effects of higher HECS debts on women who graduate and have children.

“I’ve suggested that HECS debts should be frozen for five years for primary caregivers. Debts continuing to accrue interest while people are out of the workforce will have a nobbling effect on families with young children.”

Mr Madigan welcomed signals from Mr Pyne that he will abandon plans to peg student debts to the long-term government bond rate, rather than inflation, but said the government should go further.

Independent South Australian Senator Nick Xenophon praised Mr Madigan’s proposal as the type of “lateral thinking” that will be needed to strike a deal on university reform.

Senators Madigan and Xenophon told Fairfax Media they have serious concerns about fee deregulation but intense lobbying from the university sector has convinced them the current funding system is unsustainable. With Labor and the Greens opposed to fee deregulation, the government will need the support of six of the eight Senate crossbenchers to pass its reforms.

“Universities have been hit by funding cuts from both sides. They are starved of cash and need to be more viable,” Senator Xenophon said.

“I can see why they want fee deregulation but I am wary of unintended consequences.

“I don’t want to see the Americanisation of our universities where people are reluctant to take on lots of debt.”

Asked about negotiations with Mr Pyne, Senator Xenophon said: “He is as frustrating and enigmatic as he was when I lectured him at the University of South Australia 25 years ago.”

Senator Xenophon said the government had gone about reform in an “awful” way by announcing a complicated set of reforms in the May budget.

Senator Madigan said: “I’m very reticent on fee deregulation at this point of time. I don’t want to see families saddled with debts that will be higher than Ayers Rock to climb over.

“What the government is putting forward I wouldn’t accept – there would need to be a lot more safeguards put in place for me to consider supporting it.”

Mr Madigan, from Ballarat, said he was particularly concerned about the impact of the government’s policies on regional universities.

But he acknowledged that “no legislation is perfect” and he is open to a package that “ticks most of the boxes”.

“There is no doubt that something has to be done but it has to be done in a considered manner,” he said.

A spokesman for Mr Pyne said the package “represents essential reform that will expand opportunity for students and ensure our universities are sustainable and competitive internationally into the future.

As the Government has indicated on many occasions, this will inevitably involve negotiations with the cross benches as the Coalition does not have a majority in the Senate.”

Mr Pyne said on the weekend he was prepared to negotiate into the new year to strike a deal on higher education reform.

“Timelines can always be shifted and I’m not going to be hidebound by timing schedules,” Mr Pyne said. “What I want is an outcome for students and universities. That is a more important result than [meeting] timelines and schedules.”

Clive Palmer and Palmer United Party Senator Jacqui Lambie have said the party will oppose fee deregulation. But previous PUP backflips on climate policy, financial planning laws and the mining tax have fuelled government hopes that the party could do a deal on higher education.

Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly reported that Senator Xenophon lectured Mr Pyne at the University of Adelaide 25 years ago. The lectures were in fact at what is now known as the University of South Australia.

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Hello again: Prince Edward leaves the Prince Edward Yacht Club in Point Piper, Sydney, on Monday afternoon after a luncheon. Photo: DIMEX
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Hello again: Prince Edward leaves the Prince Edward Yacht Club in Point Piper, Sydney, on Monday afternoon after a luncheon. Photo: DIMEX

Hello again: Prince Edward leaves the Prince Edward Yacht Club in Point Piper, Sydney, on Monday afternoon after a luncheon. Photo: DIMEX

He might not have the star clout of his nephew the Duke of Cambridge and his glamorous wife, Catherine, but His Royal Highness Prince Edward’s arrival in Sydney marks the beginning of a five-day tour during which  he will meet more than 1000 young people and 1200 volunteers  throughout the country.

The Earl of Wessex is in NSW to commemorate more than 50 years of the Duke of Edinburgh Award in Australia. Flying the flag for his 93-year-old father, Prince Philip, the earl met Premier Mike Baird on Monday, after visiting the Prince Edward Yacht Club at Point Piper. An afternoon reception at Parliament House was also attended by  Minister for Sport and Recreation Stuart Ayres.

On Tuesday, he will visit the Art Gallery of NSW before meeting Duke of Edinburgh Award participants from eight inner west schools at Ashfield Boys High School. About 22,000 young Australians are enrolled on the scheme, the largest youth development program in the world.

A trivia event at the Powerhouse Museum rounds off the Sydney leg of the prince’s tour, which takes him on to Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth.

The Queen’s youngest child is not accompanied on the trip, the second by the British royal household to Australia this year, by his wife Sophie the Countess of Wessex, or their children, Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn.

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Wizard of Odds: Live Odds, Form and Alerts for all RacingFull coverage: Melbourne Cup 2014Melbourne Cup sweep
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Bookmakers across the country have vowed to take on Admire Rakti as punters rallied behind the Japanese star, which could still relinquish Melbourne Cup favouritism to Lloyd Williams’ Fawkner.

Tomoyuki Umeda’s Caulfield Cup hero brought to life an otherwise pedestrian call of the card at the traditional Cup eve bash on Monday after $6.50 was bet about the top pick.

Most odds-makers are expecting him to be a similar quote by jump time, while support for Cox Plate runner-up Fawkner is gathering momentum.

This year’s Melbourne Cup appears to be one of the most open in recent memory.

“Admire Rakti is our worst result, but there has been a massive move for Fawkner in the last 24 hours and the money is coming from the right places,” Ladbrokes’ Paul Di Cioccio said. “Fawkner is still $8, but if the money keeps coming he could be favourite.”

The Fawkner following had one big-time supporter at the call of the card, Sean Bartholomew knocking back a wager to win $1 million on the Australian-bred grey.

Bartholomew eventually accepted a smaller investment to win $250,000 at odds of $9.

While there was money for Willing Foe, suggesting some believe Godolphin can break its Cup curse, punters patiently waited for Admire Rakti to be the last of the 24 runners shopped.

Mark Sampieri was knocked off his stand after offering luxurious odds before he passed the baton to Warren Woodcock, who also could not keep pace writing tickets.

Robbie Waterhouse was next to hold the call, accepting the largest single bet of the day when one punter had $50,000 on Admire Rakti at $6.

Quizzed on whether he thought Admire Rakti would be so well backed, Waterhouse said: “No, I didn’t actually. I’m happy to bet against him and I was surprised he was so well supported.

“The other surprising thing about the call is it was nearly all cash. I would think [Admire Rakti’s] price will still be around $6 on race day.”

It is a similar quote to what other online bookmakers are prepared to offer, BetEasy’s Matt Tripp suggesting they will band together to take on Admire Rakti.

BetEasy took a wager of $40,000 on the seven-year-old, which is attempting to set a modern day weight-carrying record in the Cup and also become the first horse to complete the Caulfield-Melbourne cups double since 2001.

“I think I will bet around the $6 or $6.50 mark [until jump time] and I reckon the bookmakers will all want to take him on,” Tripp said. “I think the money will come for Fawkner and Signoff and there’s been good money for Protectionist so far.”

Sportingbet’s Andrew Brown said despite continued interest in Admire Rakti he would not be surprised if one of several horses started favourite by jump time.

“It will just depend which one the money comes for,” he said. “At the moment our losers are Fawkner, Admire Rakti, Lucia Valentina and Signoff, but it’s that sort of race.”

Added Glenn Munsie of Tab南京夜网.au: “For us overall Admire Rakti is a million-dollar loser, especially after the Caulfield Cup. The doubles are just killing us. There have been a couple of good pushes in the last couple of days, particularly Who Shot Thebarman and Fawkner.”

There were few other fireworks inside the Crown Palladium for the call of the card.

Tom Waterhouse snapped up the $31 about Willing Foe, asking bookmaker Anthony Doughty to risk a $500,000 payout. Doughty eventually stood to part with $250,000 to Waterhouse.

The best-supported outsider was Seismos, one wager a $2000 by $1500 each-way bet on Marco Botti’s import at $101. A couple of $1000 each-way bets were also taken before his price was wound into $81.

There were nibbles for some of Chris Waller’s long shots, including a single bet to win $151,000 on Opinion ($71) and another to win $100,000 on Who Shot Thebarman.

Darren Weir’s Lexus Stakes winner Signoff was friendless at $7.

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ROCHESTER pacer Cool Machrista can continue her rise through the classes with another victory in the Laser Electrical Lighting Pace at the Nyah trots meeting to be held at the Swan Hill circuit tonight.
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Cool Machrista is racing in career-best form with five wins from eight starts this season including three victories at Tabcorp Park, Melton.

The five year old is a versatile pacer as she raced outside the leader throughout before proving too classy at Shepparton last month and then at her next start she led all the way to win in a 1:56.5 mile rate at Melton.

Cool Machrista will appreciate a big drop back in class at Swan Hill tonight after a fifth placing behind the rising star Philadelphia Man in a Listed Classic race at Melton in a sizzling 1:53.4 mile rate after racing outside the leader.

Cool Machrista is a fast beginner who should be able to hold the leading position from her perfect draw in barrier one.

Trainer-driver Gary Coghill will be hoping the mare can record her first win at a northern region circuit, having been placed in all of her previous outings at Nyah, Swan Hill and Mildura (twice).

Lake Boga pacer Gollahman will provide plenty of opposition in the race. Despite returning from a spell tonight, Gollahman has won when first up in the past.

Gollahman is a handy pacer for trainer-driver Paul Gadsden with five wins from 23 outings and he raced well at the end of his previous campaign with a third placing in the Provincial Cup Final at Melton as well as a heat and semi-final victory of the Northern Region Championship in April before being unplaced in the final.

Gollahman races well at his home track at Swan Hill. He was placed second behind Hotasel in fast time back in April and look for him to be sprinting home hard at the finish.

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Fashions on the Field winners Alli Peterson and Murray Yeomans. Photo: CHERYL BURKE.Dubbo will pause today for the race that stops the stops the nation.
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About 1600 people are expected to gather for the Melbourne Cupfestivities Dubbo Turf Club president Michael Edwards said.

Revellers will gather under marquees for refreshments and betting from metropolitan bookmakers Mr Edwards said.

“We’re hopeful a lot of people should come out for the race,” he said.

“It’s a great day at the races and the weather looks really good.”

Fashion always rates highly on Melbourne Cup day and Dubbo residents love to get involved Mr Edwards said.

“Today’s the day of fun at today’s Melbourne Cup race meet,” he said.

“Derby Day’s fashion is traditionally black and white, today is more about fun and colour.”

Fashions of the field prizes will be presented to best dressed children and adults.

Entry to the Dubbo Turf Club is $20 and $10 for pensioners.

The first race starts at 1.30pm and the final race is at 5pm.

The Melbourne Cup race takes place at 3pm.

Cup favourite is Japanese stallion Admire Rakti, after recently winning the Caulfield Cup.

If successful in Cup victory Admire Rakti will take home more than $3.6 million.

Although Derby Day tops local race meets with a half a million dollar expenditure the Melbourne Cup should still bring decent revenue into local pubs and clubs.

Australians are expected to punt more than $300 million.

The average Australian has been found to bet an approximately $29 at odds 24 to one to picking a winner.

More than three million people watched the Cup broadcast last year.

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SEATS are selling quickly for the Northam Theatre Group’s production of The Nifty Fifties.
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Because of the temporary seating, tickets are for the discount price of $18 per numbered seat.

The group is working constantly towards adding to its sponsorship goal to achieve a proportion of the retractable seating costs.

Nifty night out: Rehearsals are well underway for the Northam Theatre Group s production of The Nifty Fifties.

It is still accepting sponsorship deals and donations.

Contact Wendy Richards on 0408 222 889 for information.

The Nifty Fifties is fun and laughter, dancing and music and would be ideal for a Christmas Party group.

Many new young faces are prominent in the cast, as well as those the Northam patrons now expect to see in musical productions at the Link.

There are restricted seating numbers, so make sure to book this week at Everlastings.

The dates for the musical production are November 13, 14, 15, and 20, 21 and 22.

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THE Clackline Progress Association was delighted with the turn out of about 50 residents, visitors and passers-by, at the free sausage sizzle held on October 25 and 26 to open the barbecue facility at the Lion Park in Clackline.
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The barbecue was made possible by a grant from the Shire of Northam, plus extra funds from the Progress account, and was erected by the members.

Cooking: A free sausage sizzle was held at Lion Park.

The shelter over the barbecue was locally made by an association member to match existing shelters.

Lion Park is a well-used stopping spot for travellers, picnickers and bus trippers, and the barbecue will no doubt cause an increase in traffic.

The Lion cairn is an attraction to visitors and there are also toilet facilities at Lion Park.Over the last two years the Progress Association has planted many native shrubs in two areas of the park and maintained them through the summer weather.

This year the flowering was exceptional on most of the shrubs and attracted many passers-by. Native flowers were entered in the Northam Show, with great success.Also on the weekend the association held a Trash and Treasure stall at the Clackline railway carriage.

Again the support was excellent and hundreds of dollars were raised.

An amount from this total will be donated to the Cancer Council.

This is the third donation to the Cancer Council from white elephant and trash and treasure stalls.

The association thanked all those from the district who gave their time over the weekend and enjoyed a sausage.

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IN THENortham Magistrates Court on October 27, Breanne Felicia Best was remanded on bail until November 24 on two counts of stealing.
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John Henry Bligh was remanded on bail until December 8 for having no authority to drive, disqualified/suspended.

Tracey Michelle Blythe was remanded on bail until November 20 on two counts of dangerous driving, two counts of failing to stop on approach to hand held stop sign, one count of disorderly behaviour in public and one count of breaching bail.

Allan Blackhall was fined $1400 with $301.60 costs on one count of being without lawful excuse trespassed on a place, one count of possessing methylamphetamine, one count of possessing of stolen or unlawfully obtained property and one count of driving with a prescribed illicit drug in oral fluid or blood.

Richard Burles was fined $350 with $150.80 costs for driving with a prescribed illicit drug in oral fluid or blood. Debra Louise Cook was fined $850 with $150.80 costs on three counts of having no authority to drive fines suspended.

Nathn Owen Dawkins was remanded in custody until December 8 for having no authority to drive disqualified (other than fines suspension).

Jay Ryan Dymock was fined $1500 with $150.80 costs for damaging property.

Bradley Stewart Hayden was remanded on bail until November 3 on one count of breach of protective bail conditions and one count of common assault in circumstances of aggravation or racial aggravation.

Glen Robert Miller was remanded on bail until December 1 on one count of threats to injure, endanger or harm any person and one count of breach of police order.

Michelle Florence Morgan was fined $1100 with $150 costs on one count of possessing methylamphetamine, one count of possessing dexamphetamine and one count of possessed drug paraphernalia in or on which there was a prohibited plant.

Peter James Shuard was fined $250 with $150.80 costs for possessing drug paraphernalia in or on which there was a prohibited drug or plant, which was ordered to be destroyed.

Christopher Daniel Woodford was remanded on bail until December 1 for assault occasioning bodily harm.

Keith Lawrence Woodley was remanded on bail until November 3 for breach of police order.

Mary Joan Yarran was remanded on bail until April 2 for breach of violence restraining order.

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Included in the delegation leaving Dubbo for Japan late last week were Geraldine McMahon, Mathew Dickerson, Allan Smith, Ken McMahon, Felicity Newton and Chris Newton. Photo: CONTRIBUTEDA Dubbo City Council delegation are in Japan this week as part of the 25th anniversary celebrations of Dubbo’s Sister City relationship with Minokamo in Japan.
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The official delegation left Dubbo last week.

“Following the Minokamo delegation’s visit to Dubbo to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Sister City relations in June, council has now organised an official delegation to take part in further festivities in Minokamo on Sunday, 2 November 2014.

“I will be attending with councillor Smith, David Dwyer and Ian McAlister on behalf of Dubbo City Council. We will be joined by ten Dubbo residents who are members of the Sister City Advisory Committee or have hosted Minokamo delegates in the past.

“I am thrilled to be able to travel to Minokamo to celebrate this wonderful milestone,” Dubbo City Council mayor Mathew Dickerson said.

The group attended Gifu Castle, a soccer match between FC Gifu and Oita Trinita, a barbecue at Minokamo Recreational Park and Forest and a formal reception to celebrate the anniversary.

The trip is a self-funded excursion for all delegates, with councillors, council staff and residents responsible for paying their own travel and accommodation costs.

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A WIDE-ranging review of the research literature has suggested many ways to improve the growing and drying of Australian dried fruit, to improve returns to growers and deliver high-quality fruit more consistently to customers.
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Labour saver: Fruit dried on the vine, above, compared with fruit dried on the rack, right.

A research project run in conjunction with the review compared old with new drying methods, and found no major difference between the quality of rack-dried and vine-dried fruit produced by summer-pruning, a labour-saving technique that leaves fruit to dry on severed canes on the vine.

Inventor and dried fruits grower Ivan Shaw, who chaired the Dried Fruits Australia research project, “Producing high-value dried grapes, Stage I and II”, said the project was driven by an identified market for 3000 to 5000 tonnes of golden, sultana-type fruit in Australia and overseas.

“A few years ago we were supplying the international market with copious quantities of light-coloured fruit,” Mr Shaw said.

“Selling brown fruit is no way to do business, although if it is free-flowing, we can still market it.

“Consistent production of golden fruit has always been the Holy Grail of the Industry. There’s never going to be a silver bullet to solve all our problems, but we can try our darndest to do the best with what we’ve got.”

Mr Shaw described the closure of CSIRO’s horticultural research laboratories at Merbein as “regrettable”, because the loss of the scientific library at Merbein had scattered the research literature, complicating the task of reviewing it.

He said there was a lot more research that could have been done to improve the industry when the centre was closed.

He cited the CSIRO’s achievement in producing a genetically modified sultana variety in which the polyphenol oxidase (PPO) gene, which causes fruit to darken with rain, has been silenced.

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GROWTH: Developer Lester Hewitt at the new Icely Estate yesterday as the pouring of the kerb and guttering enters its final stage. Photo: BRIAN WOOD 102214lesterEGLINTON is teetering on the verge of a massive growth spurt.
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The once tiny village on the outskirts of Bathurst is earmarked as the next big thing in the region when it comes to residential growth.

It’s all part of Bathurst Regional Council’s vision for the future of suburbia as part of its Local Environmental Plan (LEP).

Two major residential projects are on the drawing board, and when completed it is anticipated 144 lots will be created to help cater for the projected population growth in coming years.

The NSW Department of Planning predicts Bathurst will have more than 50,000 people living in the region by 2031.

Developer Lester Hewitt from Hynash was at the new Icely Estate off Cox Lane yesterday supervising the pouring of the 1150 linear metres of kerb and guttering before the blocks finally hit the market early in the new year.

For months his team have been working on the 16.5-hectare greenfield site. The first release will see 36 lots come online, and depending on demand there will be a total of 92 lots created.

Just down the road another well-known developer, Bruce Hackett, is planning a 52-lot subdivision on about 10 hectares of land between Hobson Close and Hamilton Street.

Mr Hewitt said yesterday there has been a tremendous amount of work completed at Icely Estate.

“But looking at it, you wouldn’t know it,” he said. “All the underground infrastructure is in and that includes power, NBN and gas. We are doing the kerb and guttering as we speak and the 1.5km of cycleway which wraps around the entire estate is also in the throws of being put in.

“A lot of people wouldn’t realise it, but the land here is quite undulating which is not typically what you think about Eglinton.

“We’ve worked on changing some of the hillier topography to make it more builder friendly. There’s a minimum lot size stipulated by council of 900 square metres, while council has also ensured there is a minimum 50-metre green belt buffer zone around the estate.”

Mr Hewitt said he anticipates the lots will sell from between $150,000 and $168,000.

Richard Denyer from Bathurst Regional Council’s department of environmental, planning and building services said the development at Eglinton was being driven by an ever increasing demand for residential building blocks.

“Studies completed some years ago by council identified Eglinton as a growth area,” he said. “It all fits in perfectly with the latest population growth predictions.”

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LIFE CHANGER: Nerralie Boulton says weight loss surgery should be available to all Australians, after it enabled her to lose 50 kilograms. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 1103lapband2UNDERGOING weight-loss surgery has completely changed Nerralie Boulton’s life and she supports calls for it to be available in the public health system.
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Since her surgery, Mrs Boulton has shed 50 kilograms but did not enter into the surgery without extensive research and consultation with her doctor.

“I have battled with my weight all my life,” she said.

“My mother took me to the doctor when I was 11 because I already had a weight problem.”

Mrs Boulton says making weight-loss surgery available under Medicare would change people’s lives.

Over the year she has tried several diets, but nothing worked.

“Having surgery is not something you take lightly as you have to be disciplined about what you eat,” she said.

“For example, I can’t eat meat or bread and the temptation to eat chocolate or ice cream is always there because it goes down so easily, but I never want to go back to a size 24 after dropping down to a size 14.”

Her love of travel with her husband David became the catalyst for Mrs Bolton’s decision.

“I felt as though I was always the one holding everybody up. Now when we travel my life is different in every way possible,” she said.

“Its wonderful to be able to go into a clothing shop and buy clothes that fit me well.”

Mrs Boulton believes the size of meals consumed by Australians has grown exponentially over the last few decades, contributing to the obesity epidemic in Australia.

“I enjoy going out to dinner, but when you see what some people eat in a restaurant their meals are absolutely enormous,” she said.

Mrs Boulton is not the only one in her family to benefit from bariatric banding surgery.

“Our daughter has also experienced the same challenges in her life that I have, as unfortunately she inherited my genes,” she said.

“It has proved to be an enormous boost to her self esteem.

“We were able to fund our surgery privately but there are many Australians who are simply not in that position and need help.”

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