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TAS Country : November 4th 2010
Friday, November 5, 2010 Tasmanian Country 31 Weather NORTHERN Burnie Cressy Devonport Elliott Erriba Forthside Launceston Meander Scottsdale Smithton WEST COAST Rosebery Savage River Strahan Strathgordon Waratah Zeehan SOUTHEAST Bagdad Campania Dover Geeveston Grove Hobart Huonville Premaydena Woodbridge DERWENT VALLEY Bothwell Bushy Park Maydena New Norfolk Ouse Tarraleah Victoria Valley EAST COAST Avoca Bicheno Fingal Forestry Mathinna Pioneer St Helens St Marys Swansea MIDLANDS Llewellyn Melton Mowbray Mt Morriston Mt Seymour Oatlands Ross AFW Tunnack York Plains CENTRAL PLATEAU Bronte Heights Butlers Gorge Cradle Valley Derwent Bridge Hermitage Interlaken Lake Augusta East Lake St Clair Liaweenee Waddamana KING & FLINDERS ISLAND King Is AP Melbourne Bay Naracoopa Flinders Is AP Memana TASMANIAN RAINFALL WEEKLY RAINFALL BULLETIN OUTLOOK "Tce" is a trace (< 0.1 mm) of rain rain (mm) rain (mm) AGRICULTURAL OBSERVATIONS BULLETIN FOR TASMANIA www.bom.gov.au/products/IDT65176.shtml 52 28 32- 114 07 54 34 55 63 65 59 43 63 83 8 10 21 12 11 229 8 17 14 12 19 17 11 13 19 13 30 13 0 12 37- 20 40 67 53 9 22 17 14 22 24- 28 26 31 17 32- 23 13 35- 28 50 18 FRIDAY: Fine after local early fog. Cold to very cold at first, with inland frost patches, then a cool to mild day. Light winds and afternoon coastal sea breezes. SATURDAY: Fine, although cloudy about the north. Cool to cold at first then a generally mild day. Light winds tending northeasterly and freshening. SUNDAY: Isolated showers in the north, before rain extends from the west in the afternoon, though only patchy about the south and east. Cool to mild with moderate to fresh northerly winds. Rainfall (mm) 400mm 300mm 200mm 150mm 100mm 50mm 25mm 15mm 10mm 5mm 1mm 0mm WEEK ENDING WEDNESDAY 3/11/10 Rainfall (mm) 800mm 600mm 400mm 300mm 200mm 100mm 50mm 25mm 10mm 5mm 1mm 0mm MONTH TO DATE 1/11/10 -- 3/11/10 Rainfall (mm) 1200mm 800mm 600mm 400mm 300mm 200mm 100mm 50mm 25mm 10mm 2mm 0mm YEAR TO DATE 1/1/10 -- 3/11/10 Crossword No 9874 Cryptic Clues Solution No 9873 Solution next issue of a river 18 Speak ill of sailor with turn to account 19 City money commonly for old language ACROSS 5 Made a demand 7 High point 8 Lift 10 Pace 12 Spread around 14 Cascade 20 Secret system 21 Bored by life 22 A drink 23 Communal talk DOWN 1 Dull blue 2 Fixes 3 Stop a while 4 Fairs 5 Sadness 6 Illegal drug 9 Fathered 11 Resound vibrantly 13 Lower in dignity 15 Burning liquid 16 Helpful dose 17 Attain 18 Harsh talk 19 Olden language Straight Clues ACROSS 5 Put a listed arrange- ment set into conditions 7 Go better than the spinner 8 Bring up improvement in pay 10 Unruly pest on the stairs 12 Diffused poor press passed on outside 14 Rain, possibly, after wall collapsed 20 Company of French in secret writing 21 Dressed sable with lack of worldly interest 22 Begging a bit of hard liquor 23 General talk about us is on disc DOWN 1 Discoloured four in cover 2 Curse about restorative measures 3 Animal feet for listener to spell 4 Safe test for some charity event 5 Extreme sadness from single gold upheaval 6 Perform exercise for drug 9 Endless desire changed when gained offspring 11 Sing shakily when first two of trio unwell 13 Lower dignity of French name again 15 Fiery liquid for a police department 16 Pick-me-up in old weight I see 17 Get to a certain part CORRECTIONS AIGUPI ROCKY TRUST ARPOUSTS F ACTORS E ETCH TAMP R EPONYM L TERSEUBA REUSE RELAY IDVSEE PREDECESSOR 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 141516 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Hi-tech breakthrough for farmers CSIRO has launched a new wireless technology called Ngara designed to bring broadband to people living beyond the optical fibre network. The first half of CSIRO's Ngara tech- nology will enable multiple users to upload information at the same time, without reducing their individual sys- tems data transfer rate of 12 Mbps. Users will be able to upload a clip to YouTube in real-time and their data rate would not change even if five of their neighbours also started uploading videos. Wireless research director for IT firm Gartner, Robin Simpson, said the most promising aspect of CSIRO's Ngara technology was that it aimed to re-use old analog TV channels. ''This means any rural property or business that can currently receive TV signals could in future connect to high- speed internet just by using a new set-top box,'' Mr Simpson said. aNEW LO OKfor an OLD MATE ! Whistle up some new business with a Tasmanian Country feature... 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