Nicholas a 2016 calendar boy

ONE DAY AT A TIME: Nicholas with his big sister Kaitlin. Proceeds from the sale of Nicholas’ calendar will go towards his therapy expenses.VICTORIA Point’s Nicholas Randall is a little boy with big needs, and his mother Kim Braddock has produced a 2016 calendar to help raise funds for his therapy.
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Nicholas is all smiles.

Born 10weeks premature, Nicholas has quadriplegia cerebral palsy, which affects his limbs, breathing and vision.Just after his fifth birthday, he suffered his first seizure and was also diagnosed with epilepsy.

Ms Braddock said her sonrequired intense therapy, some of which had been undertaken overseas, and he neededthe community’s help to keep up his treatment. She said next year, funds raised by the calendar would go towards his speech therapy.

Ms Braddock thanked the many local businesses that had supported thecalendar,which has photos of Nicholas enjoying life like any little boy wants to, only with the aid of multiple pieces of equipment, including standers, walkers, wheelchairs and more.

The calendar ($5) is available from Victoria Point businessesDrift In,Sharks Sporting Club andRay White,or by calling Ms Braddock on 0422 025 931.

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PM pledges $300m for drug treatment

Former addict Jake has got his life back on track through residential rehab. Photo: Wolter PeetersAlmost $300 million will be invested in the drug treatment sector as part of a new national plan that shifts focus from policing to prevention.
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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will unveil the federal government’s National Ice Taskforce report on Sunday, rolling out a four-year strategy of improved treatment, aftercare, education, prevention, support and community engagement to tackle the crystal meth issue.

The new prevention focus marks a significant shift away from the hardline law-and-order strategy that has long failed to stifle supply.

The minister responsible for drug and alcohol policy,Fiona Nash, said that after “significant investment” in policing borders and streets to combat ice supply, work was needed to “reduce demand” for the drug.

In April last year, former Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced a new taskforce which, headed by former former Victoria Police commissioner Ken Lay, united state and territory authorities in the ice strategy.

The response is a $241 million “boost” to the alcohol and drug treatment sector, with funding to be managed by the 31 Primary Health Networks set up by the Abbott government last year.

Asked if the funding was all new money, the minister’s spokesman said there was $297 “odd million” in fresh funding plus $15 million for advertising.

Matt Noffs, who as chief executive of the Noffs Foundation was part of the consultations, paid tribute to taskforce head Mr Lay, who he said was given “oxygen” by Malcolm Turnbull to take a “giant step forward.”

As the taskforce toured ice-ravaged communities starved of rehab services earlier this year, Mr Abbott’s own battle plan saw him announce the now infamous ‘dob-in-a-dealer hotline’ estimated to cost $1 million a year.

“It is my belief that Tony Abbott expected Ken Lay to say ‘we need more police’,” said Mr Noffs who added: “With Mr Turnbull as a conduit, Ken was far braver than that.”

Mr Lay has previous said: “Ice has been on the scene for over a decade and we’ve had a really strong law enforcement approach and it hasn’t resolved the problem. The time’s right now to look at the other options.”

“For social problems like these, law enforcement isn’t the answer. Unless you get into the primary prevention end, unless you stop the problem occurring you simply won’t arrest your way out of this.”

Almost $25 million will be set aside to arm families and communities with resources, information and support when ice issues emerge. A “key priority” of the plan will ensure that “indigenous-specific” and “culturally appropriate” mainstream treatment services are more widely available.

The action plan also includes significant investment in rural and regional areas, where the taskforce found specialist treatment services were few to non-existent.

Dr Lynne Magor-Blatch, executive officer of the Australasian Therapeutic Communities Association, expressed concern that the Government had chosen to distribute money through the PHNs which she described as “incredibly patchy”.

“Many are still in a changeover state from medicare locals and not properly developed,” she said, adding: “How are those resources going to flow through the PHNs when many would not even have relationships with the community organisations that are doing alcohol and other drug work?”

Drug treatment the key to young lives at crossroadsA fortnight ago, a Melbourne-based father was advisedthat if his 15-year-oldice-addicted son wanted professional treatment, he would be better off committing a crime in NSW – where a judge could at least offer him options.

“David has always suffered terrible anxiety issues and the drug issue became a way of self-medicating,” said Adam, whose real name has been withheld along with his son’s to protect theiridentities.

“This year, he stopped coming home. It started off as one night. Then became a week, two weeks. The police would locate him but as long as he claims he is OK, they are not permitted to bring him home. Even though he is still a child whose drug abuse is escalating.”

In recent times, David has been charged as an accessory to car theft, accessory to serious assault and broken police bail on 13 occasions.

“If there was any sort of mandatory treatment system in Victoria, Davidwould already have been directed to a facility tailored to help him. Instead, he is trapped in a cycle of abuse. This federal government funding announcement is fantastic news.”

Adam is currently trying to find a way of funnelling his son to an interstate residential treatment centre such asthe Sydney-based Program for Adolescent Life Management (PALM) run by the Matt Noffs Foundation.

In the coming years, government spending will be ploughed into a host of such programs tailored not only to youngsters hooked on ice, but across-the-board drug addiction.

Under an announcement by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull,almost $300 million will be invested in the drug treatment sectoras part of a new national plan that shifts focus from policing to prevention.

On Friday,The Sun-Heraldmet Jake, an indigenous teenager whose life is back on track after two stints of residential therapy at PALM.

“I was in DOCS as a child because my mum and dad couldn’t look after me. I was exposed to smoking, alcohol and domestic violence. It wasn’t a great upbringing. By year 8, I wasn’t having such a great time. I experimented a little too much with drugs and fell into addiction.”

Like most kids in that position, he had “no real understanding” of what rehab was before he arrived.

“I pictured a white hospital with white corridors and beds, that type of scenery. It could not have been more different. It felt like a home.”

Jake, whose real name has been withheld,completed a three month stint at PALM last year. After falling back down the same path, he returned to the centre in early April. While he is the first to admit that rehab is no magic wand, he is proud of the changes and “improvements” in himself. Now 18, he has found a passion for public speaking and volunteering with indigenous children in primary schools.

“You learn a lot about yourself in therapy,” said Jake who added: “It’s given me a big boost.”

“When I’m about to fall into old habits, I have a reason to control it. I recognise the triggers. I also realise what my addiction was doing to those around me.”

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Quirky contest to decide names of new Nowra waterslides

The new slides are expected to open within the next three weeks. Picture: contributedShoalhaven council is offering a year’s worth of free rides to whoever can come up with the best names for Nowra’s new waterslides.
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Councilconstructed the slides as part of an upgrade toNowra Aquatic Park. They are due to open before Christmas.

MayorJoanna Gash has called on the community to put forward names foreach of the slides.

“The redeveloped Nowra Aquatic Park has proven to be extremely popular with the local communitysince being re-opened in September,” Cr Gash said.

“The new open tube and closed tube waterslides will provide yet another level of enjoyment.

“We are looking for original and fun names to help capture the vibrancy of the new slides.

“The winning entry will receive free slides for a year, giving the local community plenty of reasons to enter.”

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Darcy’s dream

Darcy Tucker. Picture: GETTYNEWLY-drafted Wimmera footballer Darcy Tucker could well be on the path togreatness, after he was awarded with the guernsey number of retired Fremantle life member and star backman Luke McPharlin.
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McPharlin amassed256 games for the Dockers and wasAll-Australian in 2012.

If Tuckercan emulate the feats of the famous number-18, then he will have a long and fruitful career ahead of him.

Tucker joined theclub’s new recruits in meeting the playing groupon Thursday, before they were presented with their new jumper numbers alongside their parents on Saturday morning.

Fremantle has already likened Tucker’s donning of number 18 as replacing a legacy.

Tucker told the Fremantle website it was an honour to wear the number of such a distinguished player.

“I’m very stoked to have Luke McPharlin’s number.It’s a privilege to have the number of someone of that calibre,” he said.

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Mayor asks: Is flight path right path?

As the deadline for submissions on the proposed Badgerys Creekairport draws closer, Blue Mountains mayorMark Greenhill has made adirect appeal to the community via a video message.
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“The draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is supposed to look at potential impacts on the community and the environment. The problem is – it doesn’t,”said the mayor.

The Australian Government released the draft EIS for the proposed airport, together with a draft airport plan, in October. Both have been heavily criticised by western Sydney councilsand independent experts.

“The independent technical review, commissioned by 11 western Sydney councils, proved categorically that the draft EIS is not the rigorous and detailed EIS we were promised,”said the mayor.

“Instead, what we have is a half baked EIS, prepared in a rush that mainly looks at the first fiveyears of airport operation.

“How the community can be expected to make sense of a proposal that is deeply flawed and fails to meet itsown guidelinesis beyond me,”hesaid. “When you are faced with aeroplanes flying over people’s homes and a World Heritage Area 24 hours a day, it is reasonable to expect a thorough and detailed EIS and nothing less.”

The aim of the mayor’s video message is to informresidents of the proposal and the impacts on the community, environment and economy, and encourage people to make their views known.

“When fully operational this airport is projected to have more passenger movements than Dubai,”he said.

“Blue Mountains City Council, and others, has asked the Australian Government to allow more time for the community to respond to the draft EIS.

“It’s not good enough, and quite frankly, the Blue Mountains and western Sydney deserves better.”

Council will holdan extraordinary meeting onTuesday,December 15 at 7.30pm at the Community Hub in Springwood where it will consider its submission on the draft EIS. Before the meeting there will be a drop-in information stand from 4-7pm with council staff available to discuss theissuesand a submissionbooth for the community to make their own submissions.

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Mudgee Cup fall was ‘like a war zone’: Nestor to undergo shoulder surgery

RACINGDUBBO jockey Kody Nestor will undergo surgery this week on shoulder injuries suffered in Friday’s horrific fall in the Mudgee Gold Cup (1600m).
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The popular rider described the aftermath of the five-horse pile up as being “like a war zone” as riders and animals lay on the ground, but conceded things could have been a whole lot worse.

Nestor was riding Scottish Border for Hawkesbury trainer Garry Frazer. He was caught in the middle of the carnage that marred the $35,000 feature event, won by Garry McCarney’s gelding Fox Solid after just seven runners crossed the line.

Stewards have opened an inquiry into the fall but adjourned it in order to be able to take evidence from the riders involved.

Nestor suffered a dislocated and broken shoulder in the fall, which occurred when Devilgate Road (Aaron Bullock) appeared to clip the heels of the leader Lancelot, ridden by Anthony Cavallo.

It started a chain reaction where Scottish Border, Are You Sure (Jay Ford) and Goldstone (Glenn Lynch) all hit the turf.

Nestor was airlifted from the track to Orange hospital, and after being treated he returned home with wife Anna on Saturday afternoon.

“I’m bloody lucky. We all are really because it’s one of the worst falls I’ve seen, let alone been involved in,” he said yesterday.

Kody Nestor.

“I remember the whole thing and when I hit the deck I looked up and there were blokes on the ground and horses everywhere. It was terrible, it was like a war zone.

“I was following Mick Travers [All Sixes] and then I saw that first horse come down. Mick’s horse got over it but then mine couldn’t and I came down hard on my left shoulder and just rolled with it.

“Once things had settled a bit I got up and looked at my right arm and my legs and thought I was OK, but when I looked for my left I couldn’t see it because it was about three inches away from where it should have been.

“That’s when the pain kicked in and I laid back down and started swearing and carrying on. It was excruciating but everyone, from the stewards to the ambulance officers and nurses, were great, and they looked after me and gave me some pain drugs to make me as comfortable as possible.”

After a couple of nights with minimal sleep, Nestor will attempt to get to Sydney on either Monday or Wednesday in order to undergo surgery to repair the shoulder.

“I can’t lay down so Anna has propped me up on the couch, and I actually got a good couple of hours sleep while sitting up on Saturday night, but I got none on Friday,” he said.

“If I can fly on Monday I’ll try to get down there, otherwise it will be Wednesday, but I’m pretty keen to get the surgery done as soon as possible so I can start the rehab.

“I’ve watched the replay a couple of times and some people would probably be spooked off after a fall like that. I’d ride tomorrow if I could, so I’ll do everything I can to be back as soon as possible.

“Now that I’ve had a bit of time to sit back and think about it I’m just glad everyone is OK.

“I know Mark Milton lost his horse, which is terrible, but I just shake my head how that was all.”

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Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunionPhotos

Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion | Photos Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.
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Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.

Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.

Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.

Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.

Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.

Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.

Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.

Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.

Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.

Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.

Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.

Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.

Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.

Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.

Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.

Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.

Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.

Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.

Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.

Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.

Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.

Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.

Goulburn TAFE Children’s Centre reunion, Saturday December 5, 2015.

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Mortlake shakes up ladder

MORTLAKE Blue ended Terang Green’s unbeaten run and Koroit Blue knocked off top-placed Warrnambool Gold in an intriguing Western District Bowls Division round on Saturday.
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FOLLOW MY LEAD: Lawn Tennis Red skipper Ian Prout helped his rink to a strong win as the side settled for a draw against City Memorial Gold. Picture: Anthony Brady

Lowly pair City Memorial Gold and Lawn Tennis Red also played out a draw.

Mortlake Blue improved its win-loss record to 4-4 –it won three of its first four matches –after surprising the in-form Terang Green.

GALLANT: Terang Green skipper John Gherashe helped his rink to a win over Mortlake Blue but it was the host team which snared overall points. Picture: Vicky Hughson

Terang Green slipped from second spot on the ladder to fourth following the 89-84 defeat at Mortlake.

Koroit Blue, which has found its spark after a slow start to the season, jumped to third on the back of its 101-88 triumph over Warrnambool Gold.

The 2014-15 runner-up won two rinks –John Murnane defeated Glen McNaughton 33-15 and Brian Lenehan downed Paul O’Donnell 24-16.

A three-shot win over Port Fairy Red was enough to give perennial finalist City Memorial Red second spot with one round to play before the Christmas break.

Mortlake Blue skipper George Draffen said the side was rapt with its narrow win over Terang Green.

Rinks were split, ensuring the result went down-to-the-wire.

Don Grant (25-22) and Ian McDonald (32-12) were successful for Mortlake Blue, while John Gherashe (25-21) and Jamie Heffernan (25-11) saluted for Terang Green.

Draffen admitted he was outplayed by Heffernan.

But he said his teammates rallied. The final result came down to the final handful of ends.

“At afternoon tea my rink was 15 down and our other three rinks were up,” Draffen said.

“We were down by three or four shots overall.

“My job was to not get further behind, to get a few shots back.

“Ian’s rink got further and further ahead and they ended up winning by 20 and we lost by 14, so that (McDonald’s effort) covered us.”

Mortlake Blue is in the top-fourhunt, sitting sixth after eight rounds.

Draffen said it had experienced a tough draw to this point and had the potential to enter the finals mix, given the evenness of the competition.

“We haven’t played Warrnambool White, Lawn Tennis and Timboon and they are all sides below us on the ladder,” he said.

“We beat all of them last year so we give ourselves some chance.

“Realistically they are the games we have to win if we want to be any chance of playing finals.”

In other games, Dennington Red proved too strong for Warrnambool White, winning 95-78, and Warrnambool Blue trounced Timboon Gold 115-77.

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Gold Cup carnival’s fresh faces

WINNERS: Brad Graham and Emily Everett were named Faces of the Carnival at the weekend for the 2016 Wagga Gold Cup. Picture: Kieren L Tilly
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Be prepared to see a lot of these fresh, young faces over the next six months.

The Christmas Party Races at the Murrumbidgee Turf Club (MTC) on Saturday were more than an excuse for businesses to get together after another long working year.

It was where it was announced that Emily Everett, 20, and Brad Graham, 21, were the Faces of the Carnival for Wagga’s 2016 Gold Cup.

“I had a lot of nerves going through me,” Miss Everett, owner of Embrace Beauté, said.

“I’m excited and honoured.”

Mr Graham, a student and trainee accountant, said he was excited and considered this to be a great opportunity.

MTC chief executive officer Scott Sanbrook said the crowd of 1100 people was down on last year.

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Bikers ride toward a better Christmas

CHARITY RIDE: Brian Self and Kim Self of Batlow with toys they have collected for underprivileged children at Bolton Park on Saturday at the conclusion of this year’s Toy Run in Wagga. Picture: Kieren L Tilly
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Wagga erupted with a familiar rumble at the weekend that brought elated children and curious residents out to their front curb for a look.

More than 200 motorbikeriders and passengers took three hours to ride through Wagga for the annual Combined Riders of Wagga Toy Run.

“People were waving and clapping and cheering and carrying on,” committee president Pat Combs said.

“We get a lot of favourable response from the public.

“We get a kick out of the fact there are kids out there who will have a good Christmas.”

The toy run raised $4000 on Saturday from generous donations from the community, including $1000 collected from inmates at the Junee Correctional Centre.

Mr Combs said $15,000 worth of toys was donated to the Salvation Army and St Vincent de Paul at this year’s event.

The toy run is organised by members of The Ulysses Club and The Harley Owners Group but is open to anyone with a motorbike and current licence.

The money will be used as a starting point for next year.

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Taree songwriter claims top UK title

Creative collaboration: Katie Kardyman and Laura Zarb.”What an amazing end to such a fantastic year” is how Katie Hardyman of Taree described news overnight that she had won the Christmas category of the 2015 UK Songwriting Contest.
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The award-winning ballad is called ‘Snowflake’ and it is performed by Laura Zarb.

The Manning River Times spoke to Katie last year about ‘Snowflake’ when it was awarded a second place in the open category of the 2014Australian Songwriting Association’s National Song Writing Contest.

Katie says ‘Snowflake’was inspired by a trip to a snow resort called ‘Les Gets’in France.

She was dazzled by the dancing snowflakes, so much so she asked her instructor to stop the ski lift, just so she could pen some more lyrics.Now the snow resort loves to play the ballad.

Katie is thankful for those who helped to bring ‘Snowflake’ to life.

The artwork was drawn by artist, Monica Markovina. Katie’s producer Pete Stevenson arranged the ballad.Matt Zarb performed wonderful guitar work, which was teamed with Laura Zarb’s gorgeous vocals.

The balladis available for purchase on iTunes.

TheChristmas Song category finalists were:

A Madrigal Christmas – Paul Barker

Christmas Dream Come True – Chris Broom

One Day – Jules Anna Jones

The Little Holly Tree – Ange Hardy

Winter Carol – Fiona Lander

Lonely Angel – Georgia Gage

Take Me Home For Christmas – Martin G Isherwood / Stephen Parker

Christmas Day – Justin Stretch

Silent Starry Night – Dave Harding

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‘Snowflake’ artwork was drawn by Monica Markovina.

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Residents love a good piano tune

THAT’S A WRAP: I Love A Piano cast members David Payne, Tim Lancaster, Saasha McMillan and front (L) Emma Carmichael and Mel Donges had their final performance at the weekend. Picture: Les SmithThere has been a general consensus about the Wagga School Arts’ final show of the year –“it’s not good, it’s great.”
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The show’s production and marketing manager, Fay Walters, said audience numbers were a little disappointing but she said those who attended were overwhelmingly pleased with the show.

“I thought audience numbers would be 10 per cent more but everyone who walked out the door loved it,” she said.

“It’s a busy time of year and working from Tuesday to Sunday isn’t an ideal season.

“But we feel we had a very successful show.”

Mrs Walters said everyone in the audience was familiar with the music and could be seen singing along during the show.

“The dominating factor is that every person in the audience knows the songs,” she said.

The final performance yesterday afternoon drew the show’s biggest crowd.

Mrs Walters said the Wagga School of Arts will kick off their 2016 season with an exciting performance of The Kids Have Left, The Dog Died, Now What?

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Tower Hill Challengeyour photos

Tower Hill Challenge | your photos @jalihaluel: #towerhillchallenge final obstacle!!!😅
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@higgledypiggledypam: Well done team!!! 🏃🏽 #towerhillchallenge #beforeandafter #notraining #only6kms #needashower

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@jalihaluel: #towerhillchallenge done and dusted 2015 Tower Hill Challenge. 15km this year😳 Well done team!!

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@shelly_crothers: The fabulous five aced it! 💁🏼👊🏼 #towerhillchallenge @lizfarley_ @ella_gleeson4 @maggie_kellett @genpope1

@maggie_kellett: Daynz 💜💜 #goodday #towerhillchallenge #2015 @daynaquarrell_

@sarah_omeara_4: Before and after ! 💪🏻🌿👏🏻 #towerhillchallenge #2015 @ezmclean @tylerhuss_

@gracethulborn: 6km and a whole heap of mud #towerhillchallenge @emmathulborn your booked in for next year!😉 #fitness #bestday

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