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July, 2018

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Tuesday Throwback | 2006 Joel McGregor, Brady Webb and Ethan McGregor from FHPS with some of the dairy products in their healthy eating program. Picture: Bill Conroy
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YMCA Bendigo Youth Parliament team are preparing for a trip to state parliament. Amy Clyne, James Reade, Austin Phillips, Brigid Evans, Sarah Wardell, James Robertson and Paul Johns.

Harry MacDonnell with Isabell the ewe and Lucky the 10 week old lamb. Picture: Bill Conroy

Construction Site of Bendigo Bank Building. Employee Ben Dahlstrom.

Construction Site of Bendigo Bank Building.

Drought – Lake Eppalock at 4.5% capacity. Picture: LAURA SCOTT.

Council has lodged an application to trim and delimb trees to allow safer boating – Kevin Long, Mayor David Jones and Greg Williams. Picture LAURA SCOTT.

Council has lodged an application to trim and delimb trees to allow safer boating – Kevin Long, Mayor David Jones and Greg Williams. Picture LAURA SCOTT.

Caroline Hamilton is a yr12 Arts and Textiles student at Bendigo Senior Secondary CollegePicture: Bill Conroy.

La Trobe librarians, Jill Stokes and Beverley Forsyth have recieved a prestigios awardPicture: Bill Conroy.

Central Vic MX Club at Toolleen. Zoe Dean, Britney Muech, Cody Holland, Maddy Ruedin and Taylah Clarke. Picture: Brendan McCarthy

Marcene Austerberry and Megan Brown are off to the Winter Wonderland Ball.Picture: Bill Conroy

Stephanie Duffin with family, Tracey, Jacqueline and Brad Kinder. Putting one of the artwork badges on her sister. Picture: LAURA SCOTT.

Moto X riders Shaun Sandwith practising at the Central Vic MX Club at Toolleen.Picture: Brendan McCarthy

Darise Birrell with her son Cole in his new walker. Picture ; PETER HYETT.

Open Day at BRIT, Cassie Mills, student in hairdressing and Erika Adams, her model.Picture: Ella Pellegrini

Open Day at BRIT. Kim Patten student in art.Picture: Ella Pellegrini

Six years old Emma Hindson has been made part of the MS Readathot E-Hall of Fame for reading 393 books. Picture: Ella Pellegrini

Bendigo City councils, Stan Liacos with Chinese associations Russell Jack looking at the area around the Chinese museum where a proposed market will be held. Picture: Bill Conroy

Chris and Henny Nanere with son Gerard, and daughter Theresia, moved from Indonesia to Australia in 2004 and now they live in Bendigo.Picture: Ella Pellegrini

Open Day at BRIT. Cassie Mills and Nicole Roberts are hairdressing students and Erika Adams is their model. Picture: Ella Pellegrini

Central Vic MX Club at Toolleen. Jake Baldock, Bradley Keith, Jordan Baldock, Zoe Dean, and Harrison Smith. Picture: Brendan McCarthy.

Performance “You’re History” by Catholic College Bendigo. A Year 9 Production, Mitchel Kenny, Ellen Henshall, Ben Malavisi, Xavier Sheehan and Tanika Meeks.Picture: Ella Pellegrini

Shaun Sandwith and Graig Gahan practising at the Central Vic MX Club at ToolleenPicture: Brendan McCarthy

Open Day at BRIT. Jenny Feiss with Hayley and Julia Feiss.Picture: Ella Pellegrini

Open Day at BRIT. Carolyn Sanders and Bill Shanley are students in art. Picture: Ella Pellegrini

Mayor David Jones, Jim Evans and Lauren Scott from Aged and Disability services launching the Elderly Idol contest. Picture: Bill Conroy

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Good fields out this week

Saturday, August 6
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SIXTY-nine men and 15 womenplayed in a stableford competition.

Jinny Hussey won the women’s event was won with 32 points from Janet Whittaker, 31 on a countback.

Warren Rosman won the men’s A grade with 35 points from Don Henson on 34.

The score of the day came from Tim Blewit with 42 points in B grade.

C grade winner was Tom Dawson with 37 from Noel Welfareon 36.

Rundown winners were Tony Gradun, Greg Hughes, Peter Fare, Ben Hussey and Ray Glendenning on 34 and Tony Dragun, 33 on count back.

Nearest-to-the-pin winners:Darryl Scharfe, Warren Rosman, Boris Kovacic, Chris Brooks and Tate Secker.Tim Blewit won the Clubhouse Leader Award.

Birdies on the par threeholes came from Mick Hegarty, Boris Kovacic, Warren Rosman and Mark Paynter.

Thursday, August 4

A par eventattracted 17 women.

Winner was Val Sharrad with twodown from Cynthia Thompson on a countback. The ninehole winner was Rhondda Mayfield with onedown.

Monthly medal points went to Val Sharrad and Cynthia Thompson, three, Lucille Green and Janet Whittaker, twoand Rhondda Mayfield, Elaine Pierik and Lyn Hosking, onepoint each.

Wednesday,August 3

Forty-sevenmen hit off in themid-week stableford competition.

A grade winner was Don Henson on 37 points from Andrew Fraser on 36. Andrew DickiewonB grade with 38 points on count back from Craig Lydeamore.

Brian Slape had the score of the day to win C grade with 39 from Ray Glendenning with 38.Rundown balls went to Noel Welfare and Chris Cottrell,36.Nearest-to-the-pinwinners:Andrew Fraser, Ray Glendenning, Rick Kolega, Tony Dragun,Robert Fox.

Sunday, July 31

Nine players entered the Sunday stableford competition.

The men’s winner was Steve Thomson with 37 points and the women’s winner was Deb Sykes with 35.

Upcoming events

The Inter Club Challenge final round will be at Port Lincoln on August 23 – shifted from today (August9)because of the EP Field Days.

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Older voices not lost in census

BE COUNTED: Margaret Johnston, Lifestyle Officer, IRT Tarrawanna, Andromeda Lembo, Area Supervisor, ABS and Joanna Barwick, IRT Lifestyle Services Manager are ready to help residents complete the national census. Our older residents’ voices won’t be lost in tomorrow’s census.
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The decision by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) to move this year’s census online left many people in the community worried about how older Australians will participate but IRT Sarah Claydon has assured their residents will be participating.

The ABS has delivered paper census forms to thesiteand provided training to IRT employees.

“This means we’ll have designated Special Field Officers on hand to assist our Care Centre residents to complete the census form, should they need it,” CEO IRT Care Craig Hamersaid.

​”While many older Australians are internet savvy, completing something as detailed and important as the census online may be a little daunting.

“What I’d like to say to older Australians is that your participation in the census is valued and important. If you need a little help, don’t hesitate to reach out to relatives, neighbours and friends.”

The national census is conducted by the ABSevery five years.For more information on tomorrow’s census go to 梧桐夜网census.abs.gov419论坛

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Weekend sport – August 6-7Photos

Weekend sport – August 6-7 | Photos SEABL: The Launceston Tornadoes defeated the Hobart Lady Chargers 69 to 64 at home on Saturday night. Picture: Scott Gelston
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Tasmanian State League: Launceston took on North Launceston at Windsor Park on Saturday. Picture: Paul Scambler

Tasmanian State League: Launceston took on North Launceston at Windsor Park on Saturday. Picture: Paul Scambler

Women’s GNL hockey: Tamar Churinga v Queechy Penguins at St Leonards on Saturday. Picture: Paul Scambler

Women’s GNL hockey: Tamar Churinga v Queechy Penguins at St Leonards on Saturday. Picture: Paul Scambler

NTFA division 1: Hillwood clashed with Deloraine on Saturday. Picture: Paul Scambler

State League Soccer: Northern Rangers v Launceston City at Prospect on Saturday. Picture: Scott Gelston/Phillip Biggs

State League Soccer: Northern Rangers v Launceston City at Prospect on Saturday. Picture: Scott Gelston/Phillip Biggs

NTJSA: Northern Rangers Rocket vs North Launceston Eagles Jailhouse Grillers at Churchill Park on Saturday. Picture: Phillip Biggs

NTJSA: Northern Rangers Rocket vs North Launceston Eagles Jailhouse Grillers at Churchill Park on Saturday. Picture: Phillip Biggs

Men’s GNL hockey: Queechy Penguins v Tamar Churinga at St Leonards on Saturday. Picture: Scott Gelston

NTJSA: Northern Rangers Rocket vs North Launceston Eagles Jailhouse Grillers at Churchill Park on Saturday. Picture: Phillip Biggs

Men’s GNL hockey: Queechy Penguins v Tamar Churinga at St Leonards on Saturday. Picture: Scott Gelston

Men’s GNL hockey: Queechy Penguins v Tamar Churinga at St Leonards on Saturday. Picture: Scott Gelston

State League Soccer: Northern Rangers v Launceston City at Prospect on Saturday. Picture: Scott Gelston/Phillip Biggs

NTJSA: THe Launceston United Pumas take on the Westside Devil Boys. Picture: Phillip Biggs

State League Soccer: Northern Rangers v Launceston City at Prospect on Saturday. Picture: Scott Gelston/Phillip Biggs

State League Soccer: Northern Rangers v Launceston City at Prospect on Saturday. Picture: Scott Gelston/Phillip Biggs

State League Soccer: Northern Rangers v Launceston City at Prospect on Saturday. Picture: Scott Gelston/Phillip Biggs

SEABL: The Launceston Tornadoes defeated the Hobart Lady Chargers 69 to 64 at home on Saturday night. Picture: Scott Gelston

SEABL: The Launceston Tornadoes defeated the Hobart Lady Chargers 69 to 64 at home on Saturday night. Picture: Scott Gelston

Women’s GNL hockey: Tamar Churinga v Queechy Penguins at St Leonards on Saturday. Picture: Paul Scambler

Tasmanian State League: Launceston took on North Launceston at Windsor Park on Saturday. Picture: Paul Scambler

NTFA division 1: Hillwood clashed with Deloraine on Saturday. Picture: Paul Scambler

SEABL: The Launceston Tornadoes defeated the Hobart Lady Chargers 69 to 64 at home on Saturday night. Picture: Scott Gelston

Tasmanian State League: Launceston took on North Launceston at Windsor Park on Saturday. Picture: Paul Scambler

Tasmanian State League: Launceston took on North Launceston at Windsor Park on Saturday. Picture: Paul Scambler

NTFA division 2 seniors: Old Scotch take on St Patrick’s at the NTCA ground on Saturday. Picture: Phillip Biggs

NTFA division 2 seniors: Old Scotch take on St Patrick’s at the NTCA ground on Saturday. Picture: Phillip Biggs

NTFA division 2 seniors: Old Scotch take on St Patrick’s at the NTCA ground on Saturday. Picture: Phillip Biggs

NTFA division 2 seniors: Old Scotch take on St Patrick’s at the NTCA ground on Saturday. Picture: Phillip Biggs

NTFA division 2 seniors: Old Scotch take on St Patrick’s at the NTCA ground on Saturday. Picture: Phillip Biggs

State League Soccer: Northern Rangers v Launceston City at Prospect on Saturday. Picture: Scott Gelston/Phillip Biggs

State League Soccer: Northern Rangers v Launceston City at Prospect on Saturday. Picture: Scott Gelston/Phillip Biggs

NTJSA: The under-7s match between the Ninjas and the Scorpions at Churchill Park. Picture: Phillip Biggs

NTJSA: The under-7s match between the Ninjas and the Scorpions at Churchill Park. Picture: Phillip Biggs

NTJSA: The under-7s match between the Ninjas and the Scorpions at Churchill Park. Picture: Phillip Biggs

NTJSA: Northern Rangers Rocket vs North Launceston Eagles Jailhouse Grillers at Churchill Park on Saturday. Picture: Phillip Biggs

NTJSA: THe Launceston United Pumas take on the Westside Devil Boys. Picture: Phillip Biggs

SEABL: The Launceston Tornadoes defeated the Hobart Lady Chargers 69 to 64 at home on Saturday night. Picture: Scott Gelston

SEABL: The Launceston Tornadoes defeated the Hobart Lady Chargers 69 to 64 at home on Saturday night. Picture: Scott Gelston

State League Soccer: Northern Rangers v Launceston City at Prospect on Saturday. Picture: Scott Gelston/Phillip Biggs

State League Soccer: Northern Rangers v Launceston City at Prospect on Saturday. Picture: Scott Gelston/Phillip Biggs

State League Soccer: Northern Rangers v Launceston City at Prospect on Saturday. Picture: Scott Gelston/Phillip Biggs

State League Soccer: Northern Rangers v Launceston City at Prospect on Saturday. Picture: Scott Gelston/Phillip Biggs

State League Soccer: Northern Rangers v Launceston City at Prospect on Saturday. Picture: Scott Gelston/Phillip Biggs

State League Soccer: Northern Rangers v Launceston City at Prospect on Saturday. Picture: Scott Gelston/Phillip Biggs

State League Soccer: Northern Rangers v Launceston City at Prospect on Saturday. Picture: Scott Gelston/Phillip Biggs

State League Soccer: Northern Rangers v Launceston City at Prospect on Saturday. Picture: Scott Gelston/Phillip Biggs

State League Soccer: Northern Rangers v Launceston City at Prospect on Saturday. Picture: Scott Gelston/Phillip Biggs

NTFA division 1: Hillwood clashed with Deloraine on Saturday. Picture: Paul Scambler

NTFA division 1: Hillwood clashed with Deloraine on Saturday. Picture: Paul Scambler

NTFA division 1: Hillwood clashed with Deloraine on Saturday. Picture: Paul Scambler

NTFA division 2 seniors: Old Scotch take on St Patrick’s at the NTCA ground on Saturday. Picture: Phillip Biggs

NTFA division 1: Hillwood clashed with Deloraine on Saturday. Picture: Paul Scambler

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Mayor disendorsed

Disendorsed: Fairfield Mayor Frank Carbone and Cr Dai Le, pictured here with Crs Ninos Khoshaba and Charbel Saliba, have been refused endorsment by their respective parties for the upcoming Council election. Picture: Simon BennettFairfield Mayor Frank Carbone has been disendorsed by the NSW Labor party following preselection on Saturday.
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Fairfield Councillor Del Bennett, of Cabravale Ward, wasendorsed in his stead.

In a statement on Facebook, Mayor Carbone said that he wanted to express his gratitude “to all the genuine ALP members who attended the Ballot and supported my nomination.”

“I also want to express my gratitude to all the genuine members and the community who have supported me in my role for the past 4 years, as the Elected Mayor of Fairfield, for the ALP,” Mayor Carbone said.

Member for Prospect Dr Hugh McDermott also posted on Facebook congratulating Cr Bennett for her selection, saying she was “the choice of local ALP rank andfile members.”

Mayor Carbone still has the option to run as independentto contest the September 10 election.

Fairfield Councillor Dai Le, who was also running for preselection for Mayor in the NSW Liberal party, was likewise not endorsed.

She will now nominate as an independent for the position of Mayor.

It’s believed Cr Le isforming an independent ticket with Councillor Charbel Saliba and other notable locals.

Nominations for the Fairfield City Council election close on Wednesday at 12pm.

More to come.

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Lord of the rings

As Damian Martin prepared to attend his first Olympic opening ceremony on Friday, August 5 (in Rio), he dressed in his Australian team uniform and placed an ultrasound photo of his first child in his pocket.
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“It will certainly be one of those ‘pinch me’moments when the Australian team enters the stadium,”Damian said.

The Boomers had been in Argentina before heading to the athletes village in Rio. Damain said the first game against Lithuaniawas cancelled due to a leaking roof but they managed to play Argentina the next night.

He said they managed to get a great win in front of a very vocal home crowd.

“Argentina was great but I don’t think the guys and I have ever been more affected by jet lag,” he said.

At the athletes village: Damian Martin in front of the Olympic rings in Rio after making it to his first games playing with the Boomers.

As the moments counted down to the opening ceremony, Damian’s excitementbegan to grow.He sat on the bus behind Sam Stosur and the tennis team on the way to the stadium.

Damian said his adrenaline was pumping as he entered the tunnelwith all the other athletes waiting for their country name to be called.

“It was felt by every Aussie marching,” he said.

Thenthe chants of “Aussie, Aussie, Aussie! Oi, Oi Oi!” rang loud and clear as Australia was introduced.

“I had to stop, look around and soak in all the atmosphere.

“Truly a remarkable feeling,”

He said it was very special to see all the different coloursand all the different uniforms. Thatcombined withthe energy of the athletes enjoying their last “moment of sheer jubilation”before the competition begins is something he will always remember.

Since the Boomers had their first game the following day, they left the ceremony shortly after walking through the tunnel. They slipped out a side door andtook a bus back to the village to get some much needed rest.

“I couldn’t believe it was happening and before I knew it we were leaving,” he said of the whirlwind ceremony.

Inthe Boomers’ firstgame againstFrance,Damain made hisfirst appearance onthe court in the fourth quarter. Hesunk a three-pointer during the few minutes he was onbefore heading back to the bench.

The Boomers won87-66.

They took out theirsecond gameagainst Serbia 95-80 on Monday (Rio time).

Next the Boomers play theUnited Statesat 8am (AEST) onThursday.

Damian Martin with NBA championship winners Patty Mills, Luc Longely, Aron Baynes and Matthew Dellavedona. Longely won three with Michael Jordan.

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Australian Open trophy coming to Swan Hill

Novak in the Australian Open in 2016. Photo — Ben SolomonTENNIS fans in the Mallee will be visited by the Australian Open trophy later in the year, one of the prizes guaranteed to the region after Swan Hill’s temporary mayor Novak Djokovic took out the competition in January.
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The Swan Hill Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club won a national competition to have a player represent the region at the event, sparking a viral campaign dubbed ‘Get Behind the Mallee Djoker’ which brought everyone together.

Despite the efforts of the campaign, Djokovic would never come to Swan Hill but his trophy will.

Tennis Club president Peter Morrison has reassured fans the negotiations are still underway.

“The trophy is coming soon,” he said. “We are still in negotiations and want players to come with the trophy and organise a ball, potentially have some players speak to the crowd as well.

“It will definitely come and we would like it to be a community event when it does come, and we will welcome the general public to be involved around the trophy arrival.”

The club has declared it will run another open day, the same competition which gifted them Djokovic, but it may have started a trend going forward.

While it may be tough to go back-to-back, they hope to be able to select a player, before adopting Australian players in the future.

President Morrison declared he wanted the concept to flourish locally.

“We want to think outside of the box and we might even approach an Aussie player, and become a support crew for that player,” he said.

“It means you might not get as far, but we want to do the same, get shirts and be as supporter club.

“I want to make it an annual event. It would be interesting when we do pursue this with Tennis Australia as we look to do this…but the club is proud of what the town has done and we want to put Swan Hill on the map.”

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Editorial

Action from Saturday’s Merry Muster rodeo in Cloncurry.THE rodeo season is now in full swing, Quamby last weekend, Cloncurry this weekend gone and the Isa this week coming.
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Saturday was my first experience of Merry Muster and I was impressed to note that along with Mount Isa and Warwick, it is considered among the top three rodeos in the country.

The newly refurbished equestrian centre was looking great, the weather was fabulous and there was a great crowd on hand to watch a terrific day of rodeo action.

Indeed it was a great four-day festival of everything that is good about Cloncurry, the small town welcome, the hospitality, the knowing how to have a good time and the running of a well-organised yet relaxed rodeo.

Kate Taylor made for a charming rodeo queen and she teamed up withCloncurry’s own Miss Rodeo Australia Katy Scott to bring plenty of glamour to the occasion.

And then there wasMC Keith Douglas.

With Keithon the loose among the crowd,you had to be on your toes for fear his hilarious antics would get you into trouble on the big screen.

Eye contact with Keith was best avoided!

Truly a day of great fun.

I didn’t make it down to Cloncurry on the Thursday night for the parade, but I enjoyed looking at our photos from the occasion and it seems the whole town was out to support it.

My congratulations to a hard-working committee for very successful rodeo, which should be a matter of great pride to Cloncurry.

The icing on the cake was the Eagles’ big win over Wanderers on Saturday to keep their unbeaten home run for the season and they are sure to give the premiership a shake and give Curryites more reason to smile.

Now attention this week switches to the Isa and the centrepiece of the city’s annual calendar, Rodeo Week.

There is something on every day this week in the lead up.

And with this wonderful weather, there is no excuse not to get out among it all.

I would encourage everyone in Mount Isa to get behind the rodeo, the same way Cloncurry gets behind its one.

Derek Barry

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Tasmania ‘feels like home’ for Bindi Irwin

TASSIE ADVENTURE: Bindi Irwin visited Dove Lake as part of her birthday celebrations in Tasmania. PICTURE: Chandler Powell.
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Wildlife warrior Bindi Irwin has called Tasmaniathe “perfect place” after spending her 18thbirthday exploring Cradle Mountain.

The daughter of the legendary Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin said she wanted to celebrate her birthday by visiting some of her favourite locations, including Tasmania.

“My family has loved it there (Tasmania)forever and it’s one place that will always feel like a home to me,” Irwin said.

“The wild places, the people, awesome food, gorgeous wildlife.”

A regular visitor to the state, Irwin said Tasmania would always remind her of her dad.

“My mum and dad both did a lot of documentary filming for The Crocodile Hunter in Tasmania and I know that he loved it there,” she said.

“He thought the surf was terrific and the wildlife was extraordinary.

“I think that’s a big reason why we visit so much, because it is a place where we have so many memories of being with him, having fun together.”

Joined by her partner Chandler Powell, the 18-year-old said hertrip had been extra special.

“It was Chandler’s very first time to Tasmania and I felt really blessed that he came with me on the adventure,” she said.

TOURISTS: Bindi Irwin and her partner Chandler Powell at Cradle Mountain.

“We loved hiking and searching for wildlife every day together, and we even got to see some snow at Cradle Mountain.”

A lover of all things Tasmania, thepassionate animal advocate is part of thenational fight to save our Tassie devil.

“I truly believe that education is key.If we are able to help get Tasmanian Devils into people’s hearts, we will be able to help raise more funds and awareness for their protection,” she said.

“Between the local efforts and the support from the mainland the devils are certainly being given a fighting chance.”

Spending a week in state, she also visited Hobart before heading back to Queensland.

“My next stop was our conservation property in Western Queensland, where I spent time with kangaroos and emus, before journeying to the Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve in far north Queensland,” she said.

“We hold our annual crocodile research trip there to study these awesome apex predators.

“I thinkthis has been the best birthday I’ve ever had because the celebrations just keep going with all of this wonderful time that I’m spending at my favourite places, with the people that I love.”

Irwinsaid she would beback exploring Tasmania“as soon as possible”.

“I know that I’ll be back and I cannotwait,” she said.

Sometimes I feel like I’m living in a fairytale.Adventures like these are what life is all about.#TasmaniaFlashbackpic.twitter南京夜网/MTnLbPY4zo

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Search for missing man Tumucin Caglar in bushland in Hawkesbury

Tumucin Caglar went missing in bushland in the Hawkesbury area on Sunday, Photo: SuppliedPolice are searching for a man in bushland in the Hawkesbury area after he went missing from a camping party on Sunday.
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Tumucin Caglar – aged in his early 20s – did not return to the party close to rugged bushland in Lower Portland near Wheelbarrow Ridge Road track and the intersection with Greens Road. His fellow campers called police about 8pm.

Further investigations suggest Mr Caglar walked into the bushland between 6.30am and 9am.

A search for Mr Caglar began at daylight on Monday involving police from Hawkesbury Local Area Command, Police Rescue and PolAir.

He is 170 centimetres tall with a medium build, a shaved head, pale skin, dark brown eyes and a small moustache.

He was wearing a brown, chequered, button-up shirt, blue jeans, black adidas sneakers, a red scarf and a black leather jacket when he went missing.

Police have concerns for his welfare as he does not have any supplies and reportedly suffers from a medical condition.

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