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TAS Country : February 2nd 2012
Council pursues gas pipeline project THE Circular Head gas pipeline is still on the agenda despite a setback. New milk-processing facility Murray Goulburn and vegetable-processing plant McCain could benefit from the infrastructure should the project go ahead. Circular Head mayor Daryl Quilliam said council would continue with its push for the natural gas pipeline to be extended from Port Latta to Smithton and seek help to fund the project. ''Following advice that council was unsuccessful in its application for the $14 million project, council will work on obtaining more information to put in a new proposal,'' Mr Quilliam said. A number of Circular Head busines- ses would benefit from the extension of the gas pipeline and it would act as an added incentive to other possible devel- opments, he said. Friday, February 3, 2012 Tasmanian Country 23 Crossword No 9937 Cryptic Clues Solution No 9936 Solution next issue 18 A splinter group in sub- sections 19 The first person to trick a celebrity ACROSS 2 A crowd 5 Grinder 7 Citrus fruit 8 Trainee 11 Coniferous tree 12 Declare 14 Camouflaged 16 Makes hot 17 Globe 18 French river 20 Dress 21 Select 22 Small room DOWN 1 Lump of earth 2 Move briskly 3 Responds 4 Bed clothing 6 Random 9 Melody 10 Ova 12 Dimensions 13 An age 15 Blemishes 18 Faction 19 Admired stereotype Straight Clues ACROSS 2 A multitude therefore, is not right, they say 5 One who produces flour for an Australian test cricketer 7 Nothing on the stove between red and yellow 8 A beginner acted badly 11 An infirmly pyramidal tree 12 On the way, consumed, say 14 Sid guides characters who have changed their appearance 16 Warms up for race divisions 17 A slightly exorbitant sphere 18 A Parisian flower is born in confusion 20 Clothes a filleted trout with wrath 21 Settle upon part of a child's train outside 22 Secure the front compartment DOWN 1 A lump of clay from council tips end to end 2 Their outsiders turn to canter 3 Traces players concern- ing performances 4 Something to clothe oneself in evening wear 6 Ancillary to batting for 101 relating to the teeth 9 A solo piece heads off Bavaria 10 For example, goes with- out hen fruit perhaps 12 Soundly yearns for magnitude 13 Transplant one after a very long time 15 Spots disorderly saints T TSUNAMI EDEN U ODDS R ROULADE P MEMO L ESPY I PAIRS G NIPS F TOIL AODYEBA TILER VOLTS OIAIOS RESEMBLANCE HASGS 1 2 3 4 56 7 89 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 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 CENTRAL PLATEAU Bronte Heights Derwent Bridge Hermitage Interlaken Lake Augusta East Lake St Clair Liaweenee Waddamana MIDLANDS Campbell Town Llewellyn Melton Mowbray Mt Morriston Mt Seymour Ross AFW Tunnack York Plains EAST COAST Avoca Bicheno Fingal Forestry Lake Leake Mathinna Pioneer St Helens St Marys Swansea Upper Esk KING & FLINDERS ISLANDS 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 1978- 29 20 10 25 28 11 2 23 26 40 19 27 27 18 28 28 13 26 24 23 35 56 36 49 30 48 43 48 24 10 0 325 14 16 30 6 10 8/87 9 10- 29 20 28 15 39 25 2 135 141 207- 11 4 Rainfall (mm) 400mm 300mm 200mm 150mm 100mm 50mm 25mm 15mm 10mm 5mm 1mm 0mm WEEK ENDING WEDNESDAY 1/2/12 MONTH TO DATE 1/2/12 -- 1/2/12 Rainfall (mm) YEAR TO DATE 1/1/12 -- 1/2/12 500mm 400mm 300mm 200mm 150mm 100mm 50mm 25mm 10mm 5mm 1mm 0mm Rainfall (mm) 800mm 600mm 400mm 300mm 200mm 100mm 50mm 25mm 10mm 5mm 1mm 0mm FRIDAY: Isolated showers about the northeast, extending to most remaining districts during the day before clearing in the evening. Cool to mild at first then a mild to locally warm day. Light to moderate northeast to southeast winds about the north and east coasts with light winds and local afternoon coastal sea breezes elsewhere. SATURDAY: Isolated morning showers about the north coast. Possible showers about the east and south in the afternoon. Cool to mild at first, then a warm day, with light to moderate northeasterly winds, freshening about the northwest and southeast coast during the evening. Local afternoon coastal sea breezes. SUNDAY: Patchy rain developing in the west then gradually increasing and extending to central and southern parts late. A mild to warm day with cloud increasing. Moderate to locally fresh north to northeast winds, shifting south to southeasterly about the west and south later. 2037922-111209 Delivered 6am* weekly to wherever you are. Visit themercury.com.au today to subscribe elivered to your PC or mobile device 6am (AEST) daily. 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