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State Focus, Southern Cross Ten, Sat 12pm Jan 21

By state focus 16 January 2006 8

State Focus returns for 2006…. on this week’s show @ 12pm, Saturday on Southern Cross Ten:

* Making Canberra more attractive to skilled workers. Jeremy Lasek from the Chief Minister’s office joins us to discuss a new campaign to attract more Sydney-siders and Wollongong workers to the ACT. What’s the biggest challenge…

* Canberra Raiders’ skipper CLINTON SCHIFCOSKE… will this be the Green Machine’s year?

* Moving the Big Merino in Goulburn….

* And…AIS head soccer coach STEVE O’CONNOR rates our World Cup chances.

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Thumper 2:07 pm 16 Jan 06

Indeed Mr Bulldog,

Given the start they had last year and the injuries they later sustained, they do have a reasonable chance of finishing 8th to 10th.

bulldog 1:53 pm 16 Jan 06

Regardless of expectations of the Raiders for ’06, I am glad to see that Schifcoske will be taking over from Woolford.

boneym 12:08 pm 16 Jan 06

Clearly the biggest barrier to skilled migration is cost-of-living, predominantly housing prices. If these ACT Government idiots can’t recognise that, they’ve got rocks in their head. But of course, they don’t want to address this because of the revenue they get from restricted land sales.

terubo 11:02 am 16 Jan 06

Ditto with Steve O’Connor: ‘minimal’.

vg 10:32 am 16 Jan 06

Should be a short interview with Clinton. He only needs to answer ‘no’

Maelinar 10:02 am 16 Jan 06

Issue one, re workers to the ACT

The biggest challenge is the voluntary lobotomy.

Thumper 9:44 am 16 Jan 06

Issue two, re Raiders.


che 9:20 am 16 Jan 06

I’m guessing this story is for Saturday 21 Jan (they had an October date in title so I editted it) because it wasn’t sent in until this morning, rather than the saturday thats just gone by

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