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Scotland Island - Western Shores - Mackerel Beach
August 1, 2014
Newsletter for Offshore Residents of Pittwater, Australia - Volume 15, Issue 784

  • Gwyn's Illustration
  • Scotland Island Fire Shed dinner
  • WPYC Commodore's Cocktail Party
  • Island General Clear Out
  • Oxfam & a thank you from Emmie
  • Local Council Notices
  • Manly Daily Article on Scotland Island
  • Author Talks
  • Co-Op Club August Bookings
  • Heritage Craft Fair
  • Scotland Island Traders new Service
  • House Wanted
  • Wanted to Rent
  • For Sale
  • The Local Contact Guide
  • Join SIRA
  • Archived Newsletters
  • Your subscription Information

  • Gwyn's Illustrations

    In December 2006 Gwyn's monthly illustration was introduced to PON readers for the first time as a regular contribution. His very first drawing can be seen below. 

    Every month from that date until now, without fail, Gwyn has brought us his magical illustrations which portrayed life on the island, or commented on events or issues affecting us locals. Always quirky and often with a subtle edge to them, his drawings have never failed to amuse us.

    Some 162 illustrations later Gwyn has decided to take an indefinite break - so regrettably I have to say he will no longer be providing us with that bit of something special only he is able to portray.

    Thank you Gwyn for all your fine works - it's been a pleasure working with you and being the first to see what you would come up with each month, and I am sure I speak for everyone when I say your monthly contributions will be dearly missed. I do hope sometime down the track you might consider providing us with more of your visual insights into offshore life.


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    Gwyn's first drawing for the PON back in 2006


    Scotland Island Winter Fire Shed Dinner

    at the Fire Shed
    Saturday August 9 from 7.00 pm 

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    Tickets can now be purchased ONLINE at  new SIRFB web site.



    WPYC Commodore’s Cocktail Party:

    Saturday 9 August


    Join us "Fancy Dressed" for fabulous Indian food, fine wine and dancing Musos - most excellent offshore ensemble.

    $40 advance (by 1 August),
    $50 at the door

    Transport from offshore provided by M/V Reliance
    Event details and bookings: www.wpyc.com.au


    Scotland Island General Clear Out – Monday August 4

    General, Whitegoods & Metals


    The total quantity per household should not to exceed 3 cubic metres (3m x 1m x 1m)

    • Asbestos, batteries and household chemicals
    • Building materials – wall linings, gyprock, studs, timber beams, tiles, concrete
    • Car, motor and boat parts, rubber tyres – rims are accepted
    • Food, full gas bottles (open valve), glass including windows, panes, mirrors, panels, shower screens, picture frames, liquid paints, oils, fuel, soil, earth, fill, bricks
    • Recyclable materials – paper and cardboard, soiled wrappings, vegetation, plants
    Unacceptable Items will not be collected – please remove from roadside

    • Appliances such as stoves and fridges – remove doors; frames with glass removed – break glass into newspaper, wrap securely and put in household garbage
    • Paint tins and fuel containers – with the lid off and no liquid
    • Manageable quantities of: delivery pallets, wooden stairs, decking, gates, fencing, guttering, down piping, iron sheets and water tanks – cut down to 1.2 metre lengths and able to be lifted by one person; nails must not stick out – please hammer down; hot water systems – emptied
    • Metals to be kept separate, where possible, to be taken to Kimbriki Recycling & Waste Facility for re-processing and re-use
    • Place metals in a separate pile to other general clean up materials
    Download Flyer Here

    Scotland Island Vegetation Collection
    Monday August 18

    • A maximum of 2 cubic metres of vegetation for each household
    • Leaf litter, grass clippings and prunings TO BE PLACED IN HARD SIDED CONTAINERS
    • Branches to be no longer than 1.2m and BUNDLED AND TIED TOGETHER WITH TWINE
    • No plastic, hessian or nylon bags
    • No cardboard, foam or polystyrene boxes
    • No soil or untied bundles
    Any material not complying with collection guidelines will be left on the road side for residents to arrange private collection

    Please place your vegetation out on the roadside BY SUNDAY, AUGUST 17 - as described

    Download Vegetation Brochure here



    Thank you from Emmie Collins

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    Local Council Notices
    Put your Prized Pooch in the Frame

    If your dog is your hero, we'd love to hear about it.

    Pittwater residents are invited to submit a photo of their beloved canine companion in the Advantix 2014 Pittwater Dog of the Year - My Dog, My Hero! photo competition and be in the running for a great prize.

    Event coordinator Emma Mackay said the competition is slightly different than previous years, with entrants asked to include a brief story in 100 words or less about what their dog has done to achieve hero status in their home or heart.

    The winner of the competition will take out the title of Advantix Pittwater Dog of the Year - My Dog, My Hero! and will be announced at the Dog Day by the Bay event on Sunday 21 September.

    Ms Mackay said judges will be assessing this year’s entries on both the quality of the photo and the story provided on why they believe their dog is a hero.

    Entry to the competition is for Pittwater residents only, with a reminder that beach shots or dogs in the water will not be eligible. The competition will close on 5pm Friday 5 September 2014.

    All photos submitted will be available for viewing at www.pittwater.nsw.gov.au/dogday as well as at the Dog Day by the Bay event and via social media.

    Dog Day by the Bay is on between 10am and 3pm and includes demonstrations of canine skill and training, education talks and competitions including the ever-popular ‘Canine Fancy Dress Parade’.

    Other highlights include demonstrations and education sessions by dog expert and elite dog trainer Steve Austin along with pet problems solved by animal behaviourist Dr Jo Righetti.

    Dr Crunch from Crocodile Encounters will also be joining the Kids’ Corner where children can touch and learn about reptiles. A variety of food & drink stalls will also be at the event.

    Proceeds raised will be donated to local branch of the Animal Welfare League. Entry and parking are free.

    The photo competition and the Dog Day by the Bay event are proudly sponsored by Advantix.

    For further information about Dog Day by the Bay and how to enter the competition visit www.pittwater.nsw.gov.au/dogday

    Contact: Emma Mackay
    Phone: 9970 1226

    Dog Training a Must for All Dog Owners

    Council has recently investigated a fatal dog attack, resulting in the death of a young dog, which occurred at the Rowland Reserve unleashed exercise area. The event has highlighted the importance of educating our community that owning a dog provides many benefits however dog ownership comes with great responsibility, not only for the care of the dog itself but for the safety of the greater community with which the dog may interact.
    Pittwater Council General Manager Mark Ferguson says Council deals with concerns from residents regarding the issue of responsible pet ownership on a regular basis.
    “Our advice to dog owners  is to be consistent with training as it plays an important part in the development of a well behaved dog and of increases the joy in owning a pet,” says Mr Ferguson
    In order to assist in managing responsible dog ownership, Council has an active education and enforcement program which includes regular dog training workshops and information evenings teaching dog park etiquette, how to manage dogs in off leash parks, animal behaviour and training. Additionally Council Rangers undertake regular patrols to manage compliance with the Companion Animals Act (1998) and to assist in providing community safety. “It’s essential that dog owners have effective control of their dogs both on and off the lead. Dogs should be leashed at all times in public areas except for when they are in a designated off lead area,” Mr Ferguson said.
    Council has a number of education events for dog owners scheduled for the remainder of 2014 including:

    21 September: Dog Day by the Bay 2014

    Annual festive event Rowland Reserve for dog owners and their pets.

    12 October: Pop-up education tent at Rowland Reserve, Baywater

    Free advice on dog park etiquette and controlling your animal in off leash dog parks with dog expert Steve Austin. Council rangers will also be available to check dogs have been micro-chipped and that details are up to date.

    22 October: Training workshop

    A free workshop with Dr Joann Righetti at to learn about training your dog, addressing behavioural problem such as barking, aggression and separation anxiety as well as keeping her healthy.

    For more information on upcoming events along with other information on responsible dog ownership visit www.pittwater.nsw.gov.au/companion_animals
    Contact: Rennae Projcesk
    Phone: 99701216


    Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live on an island?



    Island residents Bob Blackwood, Tim Byrne, Michael Wilding, Emmie Collins, Ishbel Cullen, Juliet Holmes a Court and Per Tinberg.

    For 50 years, the Church Point ferry or a private boat has been the only way home to Scotland Island for its permanent residents.

    The island is one of two inhabited in the Sydney area, and the Manly Daily recently spent time with five long-term residents and a couple of newcomers to find out what it’s like to live there..........

    Read the complete article HERE
    Courtesy MANLY DAILY JULY 25, 2014



    Backyard Bees. A guide for the beginner beekeepercover
    by Doug Purdie

    Urban beekeeping pioneer and self-described ‘beevangelist’ Doug Purdie, has created a  beautifully written and stunningly photographed guide to keeping bees in your backyard. Whether you inhabit an office, a terrace, an apartment or have children pattering around, Backyard Bees will have you building a hive, harvesting your own golden honey, and cooking something delicious with it in no time! There’s no doubt about it - bees
    are the new black!
    Doug Purdie started beekeeping a few years ago when he read about the worldwide bee decline and decided to do his bit. He is now president of the NSW Amateur Beekeepers

    Doug lives in East Sydney where his rooftop balcony houses a family of bees working hard to produce honey.

    Thursday 14 August 2014
    Mona Vale Library
    1 Park Street, Mona Vale
    $8 Adults
    $6 Concession - Pensioners and Students only
    (passes must be shown)
    9970 1600

    Bookings essential!


    Summit 8000 image
    by Andrew Lock

    By the time Andrew Lock successfully summited Mt Everest in 2000, he had climbed six other 8000 metre mountains and had become the most successful high altitude mountaineer in Australian history. He went on to conquer all fourteen 8000 metre mountains which took twenty three expeditions over sixteen years.
    This is Andrew’s inspiring story.

    Andrew Lock born in 1961, was a country cop in rural NSW when he first decided he wanted to climb Mt Everest.

    In 2009 Andrew Lock was awarded the Australian Geographic Society’s Adventurer of the year award and in 2011 he was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia for service to mountaineering.

    Tuesday 12 August 2014
    Mona Vale Library
    1 Park Street, Mona Vale
    $8 Adults
    $6 Concession - Pensioners and Students only
    (passes must be shown)
    9970 1600

    Bookings essential!


    How I Rescued My Brain. A Psychologist’s Remarkable Recovery fromimage Stroke and Trauma
    by David Roland

    David suffered a stroke which resulted in brain injury. This is the account of his resilience and determination to overcome one of the most frightening situations imaginable - the fear of losing his mind and not getting it back. David Roland has a PhD in clinical psychology, and has trained in neuropsychological
    assessment. David is an honorary associate with the School of Medicine at the University of Sydney and a founder of the Australian branch of the Compassionate Mind

    His first book was The Confident Performer (1998).

    Thursday 21 August 2014
    Mona Vale Library
    1 Park Street, Mona Vale
    $8 Adults
    $6 Concession - Pensioners and Students only
    (passes must be shown)
    9970 1600

    Bookings essential!



    The Co-Op Club Proudly Presents August Bookings
    at Church Point Cafe

    Artists play between 3-6pm

    Sunday August 3: The Peppercorn Queenimage
    Ladies and gentle men: enter The Peppercorn Queen (aka Jackie Marshall) bending a country rock'n'roll ethos into a livid, anarchic and soul-fillingly revelatory one-woman-show-off experience. Fearlessly covering such diverse territories as The Who’s “Dreaming From The Waist”, to a little known George Jones country entreaty called “Seasons of My Heart”, and with plenty of spirited original titles thrown in too The Peppercorn Queen calls upon you to get amongst it, kiss that working weakness goodbye, and get down to that most serious business of laughing and carousing the night away. Yeah!!

    ...” Immense personality and conviction – think Chrissie Hynde lost in East Nashville…” – Martin Jones RHYTHMS

    FEATURING very special guest Raychel Stone: our ethereal folk goddess from Queensland who ran away to the forests of California some years ago and is only just now returning to our stages to impart her hard-won wisdoms through song. I am very pleased to be introducing her to the warm and heartly Co-Op Club audience. Raychel's new album "Quiet Places", recorded in Bali, is out now.

    Sunday August 10:  The Sly Dogsimage
    The Co-Op Club house band The Sly Dogs return to rock the house with their fantastic brand of rockin, soulful blues.

    Sunday August 17 : David Macrae & Joy Yates & band image
    Joy Yates is a highly acclaimed jazz singer with broad international credentials having worked with Van Morrison, Cat Stevens, Neil Sedaka, Cliff Richards, Monty Python & Orson Welles and David MacRae is a brilliantly informed musician, producer, composer, & arranger with outstanding jazz credentials having toured the northern hemisphere with the great Buddy Rich band while also performing with Ronnie Scott, Clifford Jordan, Chet Baker, Jon Hendricks, Annie Ross, Clarke Terry, Cliff Richard, Scott Walker & as musical director to The Goodies TV series.

    Gary Holgate joins them on bass with legendary drummer Hamish Stuart adding his masterful groove to the mix.

    Sunday August 24:  Anna Salleh – Brazil & Beyond Trio!
    Anna Salleh – Brazil & Beyond Trio!  With her reputation as one of Sydney’s finest exponents of Brazilian jazz and other crossover music styles, come and hear her honey-smooth bossa and ballads, irrepressible samba, playful swing, cool jazz and enchanting choro at the Co-Op Club.

    To this enchanting mix Anna will also include surprise favourites. Be prepared for a slow-burning brew of beauty, sorrow, irreverence and joy.

    ...” What a gorgeous concert. Top shelf band. Beautiful singing. Engaging lyrics and melodies. Thanks Anna and her band…” Nic Dalton – Half a Cow Records

    Sunday August 31:  The Dead Marines
    The Dead Marines  feature three of Australia’s most regarded contemporary artists – singer/songwriter Bernie Hayes, Front End Loader’s Bow Campbell and Brendan Gallagher of Karma County. Since 2003 they have been harmonising together on their hand crafted songs – tales of loss, love and the dear school of experience refracted through the prism of a wine bottle or three.

    1860 Pittwater Rd Church Point
    Ph: 9999 2793 for bookings



    The Heritage Craft Fair logo

    The Heritage Craft Fair, also know as the St Ives Handmade Markets – at St Ives Showground

    Come to a fair where time stands still, where you can see craft being created right before your eyes.
    Buy top quality crafts with the assurance that it’s not only great value, but also an original – handcrafted right here in Australia.

    Enjoy the atmosphere and energy of 250 stalls presenting quality handcrafts with no mass produced second hand or imported items.

    Wander around the stalls which have been handpicked to produce the most amazing array of products for the home and garden, family and friends, office, children and yourself, all of course handmade to the highest standard, from the classic to the contemporary in style and for everyday to special occasions.

    The First Sunday of Every Month (9am to 3pm)

    Parking and entry are Free

    August 3rd
    September 7th
    October 5th
    November 2nd
    December 7th

    NOVEMBER 29th Saturday evening 3pm to 9pm


    Scotland Island Traders joins with G2U.com.au

    The newest way for the communities to shop online and get all your market fresh produce, plus supermarket groceries delivered direct..

    • Free delivery to Church Point Wharf (for Scotland Island Trader Customers)
    • Australian suppliers supported
    • Groceries and fresh produce all on one web site
    • A dedicated customer support team to help with any aspect of your ordering
    Saturday morning delivery ONLY
    Saturday delivery to your door can be pre-arranged through Scotland Island Trading Company

    Scotland Island Traders
    Graeme Richmond
    Mobile: 0419 460 331
    email scotlandislandtraders@gmail.com

    Conditions apply


    House Wanted

    We are currently renting on Scotland Island and are looking to buy a 2-3 bedroom house in the Bays or on the island.

    Please contact Marcia on 0420 578 488.
    Kris Ferguson


    Wanted to Rent

    Advertising/Marketing professional seeks room to rent.
    Ex Island/Bays resident moving back from Adelaide.

    If you have a room to rent please contact me at Wordsthatsork7@gmail.com

    Nicholas Goss


    For Salebookcase

    Antique Bookcase

    Antique bookcase for sale. Excellent condition with original glass.

    Bargain at $750-  worth much more.

    Contact Deryn 0412-616152


    Washing Machine

    Free Whirlpool front loader washing machine that works well to go to a good home.
    Please call Louise  0414991110rf.


    The Local Guide
    Community Information

    Scotland Island Web Site  www.scotlandisland.org.au
    What's On Event Calendar 
    click to go to the Calendar
    Scotland Island Residents Facebook Page click to go to Page
    Scotland Island Community Vehicle - 0404 103 700 Number, Usage & Charges
    Scotland Island Rural Fire Brigade - 9999 4404 http://www.sirfb.org.au
    West Pittwater Rural Fire Brigade - 9997-3795 www.westpittwater.rfsa.org.au
    Offshore Photo Gallery offshore gallery
    Scotland Island Residents Association (SIRA) Membership details - click here for details
    West Pittwater Community Association (WPCA) - http://www.wpca.org.au
    Scotland Island Emergency Water
    Complete details on website inc. General Information, Map & Contacts
    Related documents:
    Emergency Water Guidelines July 2014
    Agreement For Sale Of Water Updated 2013
    SIRA Membership Application 2014-2015
    Scotland Island Children's Centre - (SIOCS - Scotland Island & Offshore Children's Services)
    Catherine Park (Long Day Care Service)  7.30am - 5.30pm (Tues, Weds, Thurs & Friday)
    Other services include: School Holiday Programme / Facility & Equipment Hire
    For information call 02 9979 7856 or email:  siocs@comcen.com.au
    Scotland Island Community Hall Bookings:  http://www.scotlandisland.org.au/community/community-hall/
    Pittwater Online Newshttp://www.pittwateronlinenews.com
    Tick Fact Sheet

    Scotland Island Community Vehicle - 0404 103 700 - Number, Usage & Charges
    Church Point Ferries - 0408 296 997  Ferry Timetable click here
    Pink Water Taxi - 0428 238 190
    Pittwater Offshore Services - Contact Tim Byrne on 0416 003 205
    Broken Bay Lighterage & Mooring Services - Barges - Scotland Island  - Toby/Dave - 0418 649 158
    Manly Warringah Cabs   - 02 9972 5600
    Palm Beach Cruises  - 02 9997 4815

    Real Estate
    PMC Hill  - 9999 4902   http://www.pmchill.com.au/
    Tanya Mottl at Residential Real Estate Agents – 9999 4499 www.residentialagents.com.au
    L.J.Hooker Mona Vale - 9979 8000   http://www.ljhooker.com.au/monavale

    Services, Clubs & Accommodation
    Scotland Island Traders - On-line shopping from your computer, through your door on Scotland Island. Contact Graeme on 0419 460 331 or click here for full details
    Justice of the Peace - Bob Bolton - 9999 4092
    Justice of the Peace - Paul Purvis - 9979 9667
    Justice of the Peace - Bob Mitchell (Mackerel Beach) - 0419 745 628
    Justice of the Peace - Maureen Anderson - Morning Bay resident. - 02 9997-2659 or  0417-279-346
    Justice of the Peace - Tony Hendel - 0419 242723
    Pittwater Community Arts Inc.  - Enquiries Lorrie Morgan 9997 8079  lorriemay@bigpond.com
    Peninsula Music Club - enquiries Janice Tuynman - 99991937 - jt@swift dsl.com.au
    Woody Point Yacht Club -  http://www.wpyc.com.au   commodore@wpyc.com.au
    Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club - 02 9997 1022  http://www.rpayc.com.au/  
    Royal Motor Yacht Club - http://www.royalmotor.com.au/ 02 9997 5511
    Scotland Island Lodge - Bed & Breakfast - 02 9979 3301 or  http://www.scotlandislandlodge.com.au 
    Pittwater Youth Hostel  - 02 9999 5748  www.yha.com.au/hostels/details.cfm?hostelid=31  
    Handy Service - "No job too small"  - Call Alan 0447 775 541
    Electrician Wayne on Scotland Island 0418 229 277 - offshore community sparky - www.sparky.com.au
    David Walsh - Graphic Design - Custom Made Sculpture - 0404 239 212 - ital2@optusnet.com.au
    Dog Wash & Grooming Call Jenni: 0450 444 100 or Email: jena50@hotmail.com
    Pittwater ECO Floor Sanding - LUCIO: 0425 376 986 pittwaterecofloorsanding@gmail.com
    Free Pump Outs for Boats - Council with RMS installed a pump out at Careel Bay wharf

    Island Classes (Fitness, Dance, Art etc)
    Pilates, Meditation and Group Fitness with Patrice -  0406 483 036 patrice.corrie@gmail.com
    Art Classes- drawing and painting in oils, acrylics and mixed media- Marion 0431 457 431
    @ Nathalie's Table - Cooking Classes  - Nathalie - 9999 4449
    Dru Yoga - Tuesday 9.00 to 10.30 Tuesday morning - Phone Katya on 0414 187 916
    Dynamic Yoga  - Tuesday PM. & Saturday AM. Phone Nadine 0402 752465 nadineomara@gmail.com
    Tai Chi & Qi Gong classes – Friday 10-11 am. Chris 0416221040 or chris@syntivityaustralia.com

    Gurdjieff / The Fourth Way - Call John on 9979 5584, Marion on 9979 3993 or Anne on 9999 3478
    Green Group For Catherine Park - Run by SIOCS - Emmie Collins on 0405 330 781
    WOW - Women on Water - meets 4 times a year - Jenny Frazer 0410533728 / 99994460.
    Parents & Kids Groups Playgroup - Run by SIOCS - email Emma trysemz@tpg.com.au
    Scotland Island Players - contact Bob or Kez on 9999 4092
    Catherine Park Bush Care Group, 2nd Sunday @ 9.30am, Sharon Kinnison @ 9997 6017
    Elizabeth Park Bush Care Group, 1st Saturday @ 9 am, Bob Bolton @ 9999 4092
    Island Thinking Group - Roy Baker, 9999 6891, roybaker99@yahoo.com
    Offshore a capella choir –  Saturdays at 2:30 pm, SI Community Hall. Call CB on 9997 2035.

    Government Organisations
    Pittwater Council - 9970 1111  - email  pittwater_council@pittwater.nsw.gov.au  Web site click here
    Member for Mackellar Bronwyn Bishop, email clicking here or Bronwyn.Bishop.MP@aph.gov.au
    Member for Pittwater  Rob Stokes,  email pittwater@parliament.nsw.gov.au

    Airlines, Buses and Railways
    Sydney Airport:
    Arrivals and Departures
    Virgin Blue:

    Sydney Buses: Information.

    Sydney Ferries:
    City Rail:
    Timetables & Information.
    Country Link Rail:

    Scotland Island Tides, Moon phases, Sun rise & set
    Local Weather Forecasttop
    Radar weather for Sydney (128k circle)
    Emergency Contact Numbers   
    ALL EMERGENCIES (Police - Fire - Ambulance) 000
    Police Assistance Line & Information 13 1444 or 9281 0000
    Broken Bay Water Police 9910 7899 or 0412 162 093
    Marine Rescue Broken Bay - Weekend
    (02) 9999 3554 - (02) 8411 1121
    Marine Rescue Broken Bay - VHF Radio channel
    VHF Radio Channel: VHF 16
    27MHz Radio Channel: 86 or 88
    Scotland Island Rural Fire Service  9999 4404
    Elvina Bay Rural Fire Service
    9997 3795
    Lovett Bay Rural Fire Service
    9979 1612
    Mackerl Beach Rural Fire Service
    9974 1162
    Headquarters Terrey Hills
    9450 3000
    NSW Fire Service General Information 9265 2999 9265 2999
    Rural Fire Service General information 9450 3000
    State Emergency Service, Warringah/Pittwater SES 13 25 00 9486 3399
    National Parks & Wildlife Service: 000, general information 9457 9322
    Dept of Community Services: general information 9977 6011
    Sydney Water 132 090
    Energy Australia 131 388, (ah) 131 909
    Join SIRA
    You can now join the Scotland Island Residents Association by clicking here.
    Look for the membership form link on the page. Return the completed form to SIRA at this address:

    The Treasurer, SIRA, PO Box 70, Church Point 2105.
    Please NO CASH.
    Contact the Treasurer at

    Join WPCA
    To join the Western Pittwater Community Association
    www.wpca.org.au, contact Michael Wiener at

    Archived Newsletters
    A complete set of past electronic newsletters since May 2000 can be found and read at https://ymlp.com/archive_gesgjgm.php  or by clicking here or by visiting the Mona Vale Library.

    The Island website is at www.scotlandisland.org.au

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