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STATELINE. ABC TV. TONIGHT AT 7.30

By Stateline - 12 May 2006 5

* Narrabundah caravan park residents told to get out – but where will they go – and what is planned for the site?
* The Yass region is back in drought conditions – farmers spending over three thousand dollars a week to keep their stock alive.
The mayor wants Canberra to share its water.
* Comedy duo Shortis and Simpson
* Rennie Ellis photos – “Aussies All”

Tonight at 7.30. Repeated at noon on Saturday.

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5 Responses to
STATELINE. ABC TV. TONIGHT AT 7.30
Thumper 10:13 am 15 May 06

It’s tough, but someone has to do it….

Nik_the_Pig 9:58 am 15 May 06

Thumper, that’s what I like about you, you’re all class and dedicated to maintaining the high tone riot has established for itself.

Thumper 9:18 am 15 May 06

I was going to say as dry as a nun’s nasty but decided that dry as a dead dingos donga is probably more appropriate….

Thumper 8:46 am 15 May 06

And on the word ‘drought’. I was up at my dad’s farm at Bowning on the weekend and the place is bone dry.

We need some rain before it cools down too much more…

Pandy 7:55 pm 14 May 06

And you thought the ACT unique on this issue? Just caught this on the ABC2 TV

http://www.abc.net.au/stateline/sa/content/2006/s1632911.htm

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