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Kicked by a bull

ON Tuesday afternoon the RACQ NQ Rescue Helicopter retrieved a 22-year-old woman from the Cloncurry Hospital.
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The young woman had been kicked by a bull on a nearby property.

The patient was airlifted in a stable condition to the Mount Isa hospital suffering suspected abdominal injuries.

No condition report was available yesterday afternoon.

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Airport changes ahead

CLONCURRY – Changes to the airport terminal, runway and apron were discussed at Tuesday’s Cloncurry Shire Council Meeting, with the Mayor Andrew Daniels saying the town had to be ready to cater for the mining boom.
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With MMG beginning construction in August, resulting in 10 extra flights a week within the next 12 months, the council discussed the urgent need for a business plan for the airport.

“This council is going to be responsible for where Cloncurry ends up and the airport is going to be a big part of it,” Cr Daniels said.

The airport manager, Russell Murkin, said aviation screening started at the airport on July 2, in accordance with federal government requirements.

The new security requirements for planes over 20 tonnes had highlighted the “huge lack of space” in the terminal, Mr Murkin said.

“The sterile area [where screened passengers wait] now takes up half the terminal space.”

Cr Daniels said a large amount of money had been put into the budget for rebuilding the terminal.

“It will be a pretty significant building,” he said.

In addition to rebuilding the terminal, the runway may need to be lengthened by at least 500 metres, bringing the length to 2500 m, and might need to be widened to 45 m, Mr Murkin said.

Cr Daniels said given there was a river at one end of the runway – “and we’re not going to be building a bridge” – the new runway would extend out to Ernest Henry Road.

“We’ll find another route for the road.”

Mr Murkin said the Fokker F100 jets would necessitate new lights on the runway.

“The motors hang under the wings and the jet blast would shatter the plastic lights, so we need steel and glass lights on the runway.”

Once the runway is resealed, that is.

Mr Murkin reported the engineer had advised no more patching of the runway, which Cr Daniels said “looked like a checkerboard”.

The apron would also be extended, he said.

“At the moment we can only park three Alliance jets on the apron at once.”

Cr Daniels said once the business plan was in place he would approach Virgin about commercial flights in and out of Cloncurry.

As for JetGo, no one has heard anything from the company since JetGo Australia’s owner, Jason Ryder was supposed to touch down in early July and didn’t turn up.

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Fiery escape from blaze for truck driver

LUCKY ESCAPE: Foam still covers much of this truck after a fire yesterday morning. – Picture: Scott Castree.A ROAD-train driver made a lucky escape yesterday morning after the truck he was driving caught fire.
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Mount Isa acting fire station officer Scott Castree said crews responded to a 4am call from the Diamantina Developmental Road, about 5 kilometres past the Mica Creek Power Station.

Mr Castree said fire crews had to confirm the road-train contained no hazardous materials before extinguishing the blaze.

“En route to the incident we were informed that hazardous materials existed and we were also alerted by the driver that there may have been acetylene cylinders present,” he said.

“With this information, we evacuated the area immediately and set up an exclusion zone with the assistance of Mount Isa police to ensure the safety of all persons on scene.”

Mr Castree said fire crews applied a foam blanket to the truck.

“Upon receiving the manifest [of dangerous goods] we were able to confirm that no acetylene cylinders were being transported on the road train and firefighters wearing breathing apparatus sets were able to extinguish the flames,” he said.

“A thermal imaging camera was used to check two small LPG gas cylinders being transported on the road train to ensure they were not affected by radiant heat.”

He said the truck driver was taken to Mount Isa Hospital for observation.

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Bunginderry art in Cloncurry

GHOST GUMS: Nonie Metzler’s Ghost Gums at moscow Rock Pools 2008, depicting magnificent white gums and the shadowy channel. – zzAN exhibition of work generated by a group of 10 artists while immersed in the distinctive landscapes of far western Queensland will be on display at Cloncurry’s John Flynn Place Museum and Art Gallery until Friday.
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Touring with Artslink, Bunginderry depicts the contrasting geological ecosystems of Bunginderry station by a group of artists over the last five years.

Exhibitions Director Lisa Beilby said the sense of a connection between the country and artist was evident in all the paintings.

“Situated in the Channel Country west of Quilpie, with its vast plains, open skies and coolabah trees, is the Artist Camp of Bunginderry Station.

“Using ochres, acrylics and oils, this series of paintings depict the river red gums, rock holes and Grey Range vistas of the region, offering viewers a connection with the dramatic, arid, and ever-changing landscape,” Ms Beilby said.

Artslink Queensland’s Exhibition Touring Program brings quality visual arts into regional and remote areas, supporting Queensland artists and communities in celebrating their creativity and diversity.

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$50,000 barra needs a name

AN UNNAMED, tagged barramundi will soon become the most hunted fish in Lake Moondarra with a $50,000 bounty on its head at the annual 2012 Xstrata Lake Moondarra Fishing Classic in October.
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Last year’s prized fish, Betty (named after former member for Mount Isa Betty Kiernan), escaped the skills of scores of anglers chasing the big prize, giving hope to this year’s bounty barra – a female which is still seeking a name (send names to [email protected]南京夜网.au).

Event manager Cr George Fortune said there are further prizes to be won in 32 categories of fishing, sport, rafting and fun.

“We’ve got a great Classic lined up already,” he said yesterday.

The popular Industrea Mining Services Fireworks Spectacular is set to amaze with the return of Five Star Fireworks.

“Classic crowds will be able to sit back and relax after a big day on the lake and marvel at the spectacle.”

Cr Fortune said The Buffs Club beach volleyball competition is back and bigger, and will be played later in the afternoon in the cooler weather.

“Something new this year is the Koastal Kayak competition for seniors and juniors, and patrons can win a senior kayak and canoe package on the Sunday.”

All senior nominations for the Classic go in the draw to win a flight and accommodation package valued at $2400 with thanks to Skytrans & Parker Travel.

“With thanks to the overwhelming support of local and regional business this year’s fishing classic is truly going to be the biggest ever staged in the events history.”

He said the Campbell’s Shuttle Service will be running both Saturday and Sunday in 2012.

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Deaths, injuries avoidable: police

POLICE say they are disappointed with drivers’ response to safety during their school holidays traffic operation.
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Four people were injured and one died in Mount Isa road accidents during the recent school holidays, and a Queensland Police spokesman said many motorists were still not observing the “fatal four”.

Police handed out 91 speeding fines and nine seat belt fines in the Mount Isa region from June 22 to July 9 as part of Operation Cold Snap.

The spokesperson said police detected 28 drink drivers and 130 “other” traffic related offences during the school holiday period.

More than 140,000 breath tests were conducted state-wide with 1244 positive readings, the spokesperson said.

State Traffic Support Branch Acting Chief Superintendent Andy Morrow said it was disappointing drivers continued to risk their lives and others on the roads.

“Sadly, since the campaign ended, there has been the loss of another seven lives on Queensland roads,” he said.

Blair Ryan, 19, was killed when his 4WD ran off the road near the Gregory Downs Hotel on July 10.

“Paying attention to the fatal four is just so important. We want to limit road trauma caused by drink driving, speed, not wearing seat belts and fatigue,” Superintendent Morrow said.

“We want people to remember that police can be enforcing the road rules anywhere, at any time.”

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Lumby memorial mooted

CLEAN SWEEP: Bryan Lumby, with his dog Snooker, kept the streets of Cloncurry clean for decades. – FILE”A MAN of our town, a person who always had the time of day for you and just a real good bloke”, were some of the words Cloncurry Shire Mayor Andrew Daniels used to describe a Cloncurry identity, Bryan Lumby who passed away last week.
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“Bryan worked for the council for about four decades as our street sweeper.

“He always had time for you and was a great ambassador for Cloncurry.

“He was always being asked questions by travellers and always took the time to help.

“Bryan was a man I personally respected and I will miss him,” Cr Daniels said..

He said Cloncurry council was considering a fitting memorial for Mr Lumby.

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Three men come up big with NW copper find

PRIVATE DRILLING: Recent drilling at Mount Devine on West Leichhardt station, which discovered a significant deposit of copper. – zzA PRIVATE syndicate has made what is believed to be a major copper discovery at West Leichhardt, 55 km north-east of Mount Isa.
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It’s payback for the three men after 40 years of investment in a mining lease on the land.

Syndicate member Don Hoult said the drilling encountered an ore body nearly 70m wide of 1.5 per cent chalcopyrite.

The discovery was a unique primary sulphide system which came within a few metres of the surface.

“There’s no doubt we have discovered something of real potential and significance,” Mr Hoult said.

“It’s unlike the deeply weathered oxidised occurrences common to the Mount Isa region.”

“What is the potential size of what we have discovered?

“We don’t have a clue, but clearly we have touched the edges of something quite unique.”

Mr Hoult said in 1970, when he was the principal of a small listed exploration company, Tasman Minerals, another syndicate member, Geoff Mayers brought his attention to the find.

He said a number of geologists and companies had walked over the project since 1970 but none could visualise what was apparent to the syndicate.

“Now four holes and four major intersections have proven us correct in our assumptions,” Mr Hoult said.

The third member of the syndicate, Ron Croft, is the owner of West Leichhardt Station on whose property the discovery was located.

“My parents started the station in 1926,” Mr Croft said.

“I’ve probably invested in about $50,000 in leases over the last 40 years,” he said.

The three men said it was clear that the project was too big for them to advance any further.

Mr Hoult said as far as he was aware, the only other pure sulphide copper system with similar geology in the Mount Isa region had massive chimneys sitting on top of it at present.

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Students want a trade

CAREERS EVENT: Kain Barnwell, Thomas Glasson, Christopher Tyson, Joshua Celona, Samuel Brisbane and Thomas Ketchup were guest speakers at the careers event alongside Spinifex State College head of senior campus Phil Sweeney, careers advisor Lisa Reddicliffe and careers administration assistant Coleene Gray. – Picture: CHANELLE SZMOLNIKCAREERS are trending toward apprenticeships and trades for students in the city, according to Spinifex State College careers department officers.
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The traditional trade of hairdressing has proved popular at the school for female students together with diesel fitting and electrical apprenticeships for male students.

Spinifex State College careers advisor Lisa Reddicliffe said the school offers various pathways for year 11 and 12 students to get a taste of different trades to make decisions easier.

“Trades are on trend at the moment , especially with the great access we have to apprenticeships with local businesses and at the mines,” Mrs Reddicliffe said.

She said her advice to students when it comes to choosing career pathways, ‘follow your dreams’.

“It’s all about setting goals and working hard to reach them to make your dream career a reality,” Mrs Reddicliffe said.

Year 11 students at the College yesterday participated in a careers morning entitled ‘planning for the future’ which emphasised the importance of making well informed career decisions.

Principal Denise Kostowski said students were able to develop a mini career plan, set career goals and had access to a career information website ‘myfuture’.

“Past Spinifex State College students and guest speakers represented various trades and professions from the community and presented a short speech on their varied, interesting career journeys,” she said.

Past students and first year apprentice electrical fitter mechanics, Samuel Brisbane and Christopher Tyson said one handy tip for students looking to apply for apprenticeships was to get in early and research ways to gain experience while still at school.

“I applied for the Xstrata bursary which enabled four weeks of work experience in the role I was looking at doing,” Samuel said.

Christopher said school based traineeships were great when it came to gaining more experience before leaving school.

“It really helps when it comes to deciding where you want to go after finishing and when it comes time to choose the right subjects,” he said.

Steve Hirvonen, Angela Zielinski, Ben Young, Justine Callaghan, Roux Meyer and past students Bronte Donaldson, Stephanie Smith, Kain Barnwell, Thomas Glasson, Christopher Tyson, Katii-Ann Batty, Eliza Freeman, Joshua Celona, Samuel Brisbane and Thomas Ketchup were guest speakers at the event.

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Primed for decider

ALEC Inch Oval will again be a hive of activity this weekend as the Town Lions go head-to-head with the Black Stars Diehards in the 2012 Mount Isa Rugby League grand final on Sunday.
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After the success of the Intrust Super Cup match last weekend, MIRL president Warren Hess said he hoped the city came out again in full force to support the local competition.

“It’s going to be another huge weekend of rugby league in Mount Isa,” he said.

“Last weekend was great and we are hoping that atmosphere rolls on into Sunday.”

Proving how popular the sport is in the Copper City, the first women’s match to be played in Mount Isa will act as the curtain-raiser for the Black Stars v Town clash.

Currently two women’s teams are training in Mount Isa and all players involved are keen to take to the paddock to produce thrilling rugby league action.

While he wouldn’t be drawn into providing a cheeky forecast of who he thought would dominate the A grade grand final, Mr Hess said he could ensure that the match would be “a great hit-out”.

The women’s match kicks off at 3pm before Town and Black Stars take to the field for rugby league supremacy at 4pm.

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