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$12 million on offer to Engage young locals

* * - Tuesday, June 24, 2014


  • Victorian Coalition Government invests $12 million to help young Victorians reach their potential
  • Program initiatives include volunteering, mentoring and real life skills
  • Local organisations can apply for up to $150,000

Deputy Premier and The Nationals Member for Gippsland South Peter Ryan today announced that the Victorian Coalition Government would invest $12 million into the Engage program to help young Victorians build skills needed for life after school.

Mr Ryan said the Engage program offered grants of up to $150,000 to local community organisations and councils to help young people become more involved with their local communities.

“The funding will support organisations and councils to deliver a wide range of initiatives including volunteering and mentoring programs, and projects that boost real-life skills and connect young people to further education, training or careers,” Mr Ryan said.

“Through these projects, young people have the opportunity to become more connected to their community, become engaged in education, training and career pathways and have an opportunity to build their networks.

“The program provides local groups with the practical resources they need to listen, respond and create opportunities for young Gippslanders so that they can fulfil their potential,” Mr Ryan said.

“I urge local groups to submit an Engage grant application to enable them to conduct programs to engage younger members of their communities and help them to build skills that they can use in future community service ventures and employment.”

Mr Ryan said the Coalition Government’s $12 million 2015 - 2017 Engage program was another example of this government’s commitment to providing young Victorians with more opportunities to become involved in their communities.

“Since 2012, more than 100,000 young Victorians have been involved in Engage, highlighting the success of the program,” Mr Ryan said.

Minister for Youth Affairs Ryan Smith encouraged organisations to reach out to young people in the community and work with them to develop innovative projects that could be eligible for an Engage grant.

“Through this Coalition Government program, Victoria’s young people will have access to fantastic initiatives that help develop new skills and networks,” Mr Smith said.

The Engage program is part of the Coalition Government’s Youth Statement, Engage, Involve, Create that outlines its vision for young Victorians.

Applications close on Friday 1 August 2014. For more information or to apply, visit www.youthcentral.vic.gov.au

Media contact: Steph Nicholls 0437 108 870

Regional Growth Fund upgrades Ballarat’s Victoria Park

* * - Wednesday, June 18, 2014


  • Deputy Premier announces funding of $500,000 to upgrade Ballarat’s Victoria Park 
  • $1 million project will deliver new barbecue facilities, toilet upgrades, seating, shelters, unstructured play space, paths and car parking 
  • Victorian Coalition Government investing in community infrastructure in Ballarat

A $1 million upgrade of Ballarat’s Victoria Park will make the park more accessible for the local community, families, schools and people with a disability, including students from the nearby Ballarat Specialist School.

Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional and Rural Development Peter Ryan was in Ballarat today to announce the Victorian Coalition Government would invest $500,000 from the $1 billion Regional Growth Fund to support the Victoria Park Infrastructure Upgrade project.

Mr Ryan was joined at today’s event by Member for Western Victoria Region Simon Ramsay, The Nationals candidate for Ripon Scott Turner, Liberal candidate for Buninyong Ben Taylor and Liberal candidate Wendouree Craig Coltman.

Mr Ryan said the improvements would be carried out at the northern end of Victoria Park, close to Ballarat’s Lake Wendouree, and would include new barbecue facilities, toilet upgrades, seating, shelters, an early childhood and all-abilities play area, new paths and car parking.

“Ballarat’s Victoria Park and the nearby Lake Wendouree are equivalent in size to New York’s Central Park, and being located where they are, so close to the centre of town, is something truly unique in a city the size of Ballarat,” Mr Ryan said.

“While Victoria Park is well-used by local sporting clubs, it has lacked the basic infrastructure needed to attract families, picnickers, walkers or those seeking a day out.

“This investment will fill the gaps in Victoria Park’s infrastructure to ensure it once again becomes a popular local visitor destination.”

Mr Ryan said that by attracting more visitors to Victoria Park, particularly on weekends, pop-up businesses such as coffee and food vans would be attracted to the park, further enhancing its appeal, while nearby retail businesses would also benefit from the influx of visitors.

“This investment will also ensure Victoria Park continues to support the growing suburbs of Alfredton, Lucas, and Delacombe, as well as nearby schools including Loreto College, St Patricks College and Urquhart Park Primary School,” Mr Ryan said.

Mr Ryan said a key feature of the new park was the unstructured play area, which is being designed for people with a disability as well as young children.

“The new all abilities and unstructured play areas will provide an ideal setting for students from the nearby Ballarat Specialist School to enjoy time outside the classroom,” Mr Ryan said.

“Designs for the new play area will be further developed by council over the coming months, but are likely to include areas where children’s imaginations can run free, including sand areas, open grassland, rocks and boulders, treehouses, sculptures, as well as traditional play equipment such as swings, including wheelchair accessible swings, flying foxes and climbing walls.”

Mr Ryan thanked the City of Ballarat for driving the upgrades to Victoria Park and contributing $400,000 to the total project cost. He also thanked philanthropic group, Touched by Olivia Foundation, which contributed the remaining $100,000 to help make the project a reality.

“This investment is another example of the Coalition Government’s $1 billion Regional Growth Fund enabling local government and community groups to develop much-needed local infrastructure projects,” Mr Ryan said.

“This project is one of almost 1,500 projects across regional and rural Victoria to benefit from the Regional Growth Fund, which has now invested more than $400 million directly into local communities, leveraging well over $1.6 billion in total investment.”

Mr Ryan said the Victoria Park Infrastructure Upgrade project would be completed by March next year.

Media contact: Ben Bulmer 0437 547 731

New Sale Specialist School now one step closer

* * - Friday, June 13, 2014

  • Victorian Coalition Government committed to building a new Sale Specialist School
  • $4m provided in State Budget for planning and Stage 1 construction
  • Member for Gippsland South announces settlement of land for new school

Deputy Premier and The Nationals Member for Gippsland South Peter Ryan today visited Sale Specialist School to announce that the land purchased for the new school had now settled.

Mr Ryan said the land settlement of the four-hectare Princes Highway site in Sale’s north was an exciting day for the school community with the realisation of the new school now one step closer.

“Today’s announcement progresses the Victorian Liberal National Coalition Government’s commitment to providing a new school for students and teachers of Sale Specialist School,” Mr Ryan said.

“In last month’s Victorian Budget, the Coalition Government provided an initial $4 million for planning and design, and to deliver stage one works.

“The total cost of the project is anticipated to be in the order of $15 million.”

Mr Ryan said the finalised land purchase and $4 million commitment from the Coalition Government meant that planning for a new school would begin shortly.

“Due to rising enrolments, the Sale Specialist School has had to expand beyond its Raymond Street campus to include a senior campus within the grounds of Sale College,” Mr Ryan said.

“Having two campuses is a less than ideal situation, however these Coalition Government commitments mean that the Sale Specialist School community can look forward to a new school in the very near future.”

While at the school, Mr Ryan presented awards to students of the leadership team, including the school and campus captains and members of the student representative council.

“It’s great to be here today to present these leadership awards and recognise the magnificent effort made by these student leaders to assist fellow students,” Mr Ryan said.

“Students who demonstrate leadership qualities while at school often go on to be strong leaders within the community, so I’m pleased that these students are being rewarded by their peers and school community.”

Media contact: Steph Nicholls 0437 108 870

Sale leader awarded a women’s scholarship

* * - Friday, June 06, 2014


  • Local Christina Rush awarded leadership scholarship
  • Scholarship finds leadership course worth more than $7000
  • More than 179 applicants applied to Coalition Government

Gippsland Women’s Health Service board member Christina Rush has been awarded one of 34 Women’s Governance Scholarships from the Victorian Liberal National Coalition Government.

Deputy Premier and The Nationals Member for Gippsland South Peter Ryan said the Coalition Government was proud to provide opportunities for local women to enhance their leadership skills by participating in the scholarship.

Mr Ryan said since 2012, the Victorian Coalition Government had been making scholarships available to women currently serving on boards of not-for-profit organisations that receive State Government funding.

“These scholarships are intended to professionally develop women serving on community boards in order to facilitate their expansion into more senior community leadership roles,” Mr Ryan said.

“The program provides a full-fee payment for the successful applicants to undertake the Australian Institute of Company Directors’ Company Directors Course, as well as a 12 month membership of the Institute.”

Mr Ryan said the total cost for an individual to undertake the course would be more than $7,000, which can make it unaffordable for a great number of women.

“Ms Rush, of Maffra, is an active leader in the Gippsland community and is currently serving on the board of Gippsland Women’s Health Service, a position she has held since 2011,” Mr Ryan said.

“Ms Rush has a long association within the nursing and health care field and won the State Nursing Excellence and Commitment Award in 2004.”

Minister for Women’s Affairs Heidi Victoria said she was impressed by the quality of the applicants for this year’s scholarship program.

“This year the Coalition Government particularly encouraged applications from women living in rural and remote areas, from non-English-speaking backgrounds and from disability and Indigenous communities,” Ms Victoria said.

“The result was overwhelming with more than 179 applications for the scholarship program received from impressive women across Victoria from all walks of life.

“I’m delighted to see so many women from so many backgrounds taking such an interest in the Government’s Women’s Governance Scholarship Program.”

Mr Ryan said scholarship applicants were judged on their experience as a board member and the extent to which the scholarship would assist the person in attaining future leadership and board positions.

“Since the scholarship program began in 2012, almost 70 Victorian women, like Ms Rush, have taken the opportunity to undertake the important professional development course at the prestigious Australian Institute of Company Directors,” Mr Ryan said.

Media contact: Steph Nicholls 0437 108 870

Coalition delivers new $7.5 million learning centre for students at Mirboo North

* * - Tuesday, May 27, 2014
 
  • $7.5 million investment delivers flexible learning centre for Mirboo North Secondary College students
  • Project provides new art, science, IT, food tech and classroom areas
  • Victorian Coalition Government is building a better education system

The Victorian Liberal Nationals Coalition Government has delivered on its election commitment to rebuild the Mirboo North Secondary College, with the $7.5 million redevelopment now complete.

Deputy Premier and Member for Gippsland South Peter Ryan was in Mirboo North on Friday to officially open the new school which provides students with a modern and flexible learning space.


Mr Ryan said the Coalition Government had invested $7.5 million in the 2012/13 State Budget to enable the school to complete the long-awaited redevelopment.

He said the investment enabled the development of a modern flexible learning centre, that replaced buildings from the 1950s, and included new classrooms for general learning, art, IT, food technology, science, LOTE, woodwork, multimedia and metalwork.

“These new facilities ensure Mirboo North Secondary College can continue to deliver a high-quality curriculum and learning opportunities for its 350 students both now and into the future,” Mr Ryan said.

“A key feature of this new centre is the ability for classrooms to be opened up in a number of ways to create lecture rooms, small study spaces and meeting areas to best suit the activity taking place.”

Mr Ryan said Mirboo North Secondary College had an excellent reputation for high academic achievement in VCE and this redevelopment would ensure that continues.

“This investment means that students wanting to go on to university will have the learning facilities they need to achieve their required ATAR score,” Mr Ryan said.

“It also means that for students wanting to pursue a trade, such as carpentry or metalwork, those wanting to prepare for a career in hospitality, on farm, or in the arts, that they will have the facilities they need to best prepare for the career that awaits them.

“As the Leader of The Nationals and as the local Member of Parliament, I am proud to be here today to open this wonderful facility.”

Mirboo North Secondary College Principal Karen Lanyon said the school community was thrilled with the new facilities.

“When we began designing the project, we wanted to create a high quality flexible learning space that met the needs of the whole school community and this centre has definitely met the brief,” Ms Lanyon said.

“An important part of that brief was to ensure that rural students had facilities that were equal to if not better than their city counterparts, and that is what this space offers.”

Ms Lanyon said the new centre had allowed staff to better connect teaching programs with hands on projects.

“The new food technology area is at the standard it can be certified as a café, which allows students to get the feel of an actual restaurant, while the VCAL students are currently building a market garden to grow produce that will be used in the food tech area,” Ms Lanyon said.

“Students undertaking the VCAL program will also learn about and then build a pizza oven to complement their learning.”

Media contact: Steph Nicholls 0437 108 870

Regional Growth Fund makes McIndoe Park safer

* * - Tuesday, May 27, 2014

  • McIndoe Park is now safer and more accessible for families and children
  • $120,000 upgrade includes new rotunda, free BBQs, perimeter fencing and improved disabled access
  • Victorian Coalition Government invested $88,000 to make the project a reality

Leongatha’s much-loved McIndoe Park is now safer and more accessible for families and children of all ages and abilities thanks to an $88,000 investment from the Victorian Coalition Government’s $1 billion Regional Growth Fund.

Deputy Premier and Member for Gippsland South Peter Ryan was in Leongatha on Friday to officially open the $120,000 McIndoe Park Development Project.

Mr Ryan, who was joined by Member for Eastern Victoria Region Danny O’Brien at Friday's event, said the project included new perimeter fencing and child proof gates, new pathways to improve disabled access, as well as a new rotunda with free barbecues, tables and chairs.

“McIndoe Park is one of the most used and loved community spaces in Leongatha, regularly hosting large community events such as concerts and Australia Day celebrations,” Mr Ryan said.

“Its accessible playground and open space make it a popular place to play for children of all ages and abilities, while its beautiful surrounds and picnic facilities mean it’s a perfect location to host gatherings with family and friends or simply for an afternoon out.”

Mr Ryan said that while the park was a popular destination for locals and visitors to Leongatha, it wasn’t always safe.

“There are two busy roads bordering the park and an accessible water drain nearby which has caused significant concern for parents of young children,” Mr Ryan said.

“Having secure fencing around the perimeter of the park will mean children are protected from the road and water drain, providing much relief for parents.”

Mr O’Brien said the installation of new pathways linking the rotundas to the playground had greatly improved accessibility at McIndoe Park, particularly for students from the South Gippsland Specialist School.

“The South Gippsland Specialist School spends a lot of time at McIndoe Park thanks to its impressive range of accessible playground equipment,” Mr O’Brien said.

“The development of these new pathways will make it easier and safer for students to access the accessible play equipment, enabling them to get the most out of this wonderful facility.”

Mr Ryan thanked the South Gippsland Shire Council, which contributed $22,000 towards the project, and the Lions Club of Leongatha, which contributed $10,000.

He said this project was another example of the Coalition Government’s $1 billion Regional Growth Fund putting locals first.

“Without a specific fund designed to support initiatives such as the McIndoe Park development, this important upgrade may have never been completed,” Mr Ryan said.

“The community asked for this development, local parents and the council drove it and the Coalition Government is proud to provide the funding to make it a reality.”

Mr Ryan said this project was one of more than 30 across South Gippsland to receive Regional Growth Fund support, delivering almost $60 million of leveraged investment to the region.

Media contact: Ben Bulmer  0437 547 731 


Gippsland schools celebrate Education Week

* * - Monday, May 19, 2014

  • The 70th annual Education Week runs from 18-24 May
  • New resources and activities under theme – Scientists do Amazing Things
  • Victorian Coalition Government building a better education system

This week schools across Gippsland will celebrate the 70th anniversary of Education Week while also discovering how science influences our daily lives.

Deputy Premier and The Nationals Member for Gippsland South Peter Ryan said this year’s theme – Scientists do amazing things – would allow students to explore the wide range of career options in the field and participate in scientific experiments.

“Scientific innovation is the key to facing critical challenges like food and water security, delivering improved health and wellbeing, and ensuring Victoria’s prosperity and development,” Mr Ryan said.

“Education Week is a great time to celebrate Victoria’s education system, our scientific advancements, and for schools to showcase their programs to the local community.”

Mr Ryan said a revamped Education Week website, which contained sections for parents, teachers and students, provided information about science learning and careers, as well as fun science experiments to undertake at school and home.

“The Victorian economy is highly diversified and science is the key to many industries and services, including agriculture, manufacturing, building and construction, technology, research and education, and health,” Mr Ryan said.

“That is why the Victorian Liberal Nationals Coalition Government is investing a total of $31.2 million in 400 science teaching scholarships, training 200 Primary Maths and Science Specialists and developing six Specialist Science and Maths Centres.”

“In addition to that funding, the Coalition Government is also providing grants for schools to specialise in areas such as science, engineering, aeronautics and earth sciences.”

Mr Ryan said the Coalition Government was focused on building a better education system for all students and their families with a record $8.8 billion funding for schools in 2014. 

For more Education Week information, visit www.education.vic.gov.au/educationweek  

Media contact: Steph Nicholls 0437 108 870 stephanie.nicholls@parliament.vic.gov.au 

$15 million Cultural Hub project to boost Port of Sale

* * - Friday, May 16, 2014
  • Victorian Coalition Government invest $4.75 million in Sale Cultural Hub
  • Gippsland Art Gallery and Sale Library to co-locate at Port of Sale Civic Centre
  • Victorian Coalition Government is building important local infrastructure

The Victorian Liberal Nationals Coalition Government will invest $4.75 million to co-locate the Gippsland Art Gallery and Sale Public Library at the Port of Sale, delivering a long awaited cultural and community hub for residents in Sale.

Deputy Premier Peter Ryan joined Minister for Local Government Tim Bull at the Gippsland Art Gallery in Sale today to jointly announce the Coalition Government’s funding to support the $15 million Port of Sale Cultural Hub project.

Mr Ryan announced $4 million of the Coalition Government’s investment would come from the $1 billion Regional Growth Fund, with Mr Bull announcing the additional $750,000 would be provided through the Living Libraries Infrastructure Program.

Mr Ryan said the project would involve developing the existing Port of Sale Civic Centre into a cultural and community precinct incorporating an expanded Art Gallery and Library.

He said the new facility at the Port of Sale would include the library headquarters, offices, public meeting spaces, a central café, lounge area and free WIFI.

“The Gippsland Art Gallery currently has insufficient exhibition space, meaning its ability to host exhibits is limited. The Sale Public Library, which is currently located at the Sale Secondary College, faces a similar situation,” Mr Ryan said.

“This new facility will provide both the Art Gallery and Library with more room, with this new hub set to become be a great new asset for the community.

“The expanded Art Gallery is expected to attract a large portfolio of programs and blockbuster exhibitions, while the library will also be of great educational, social and cultural benefit to the local residents.”

Mr Bull said the project would also involve the relocation and consolidation of local council employees to the recently acquired Desailly Street commercial office block.

Mr Bull said the project would retain 29 existing jobs at both the Art Gallery and Library, create 38 new construction jobs and generate more than 40 indirect jobs in Sale.

Mr Ryan thanked funding partners including the Wellington Shire Council, which contributed $9.25 million towards the project, and local philanthropist John Leslie, who made a generous donation of $1 million.

“The new Port of Sale Cultural Hub will inject $15 million directly into the local economy and generate around $27 million in total economic output,” Mr Ryan said.

“Through initiatives such as our $1 billion Regional Growth Fund, the Coalition Government is delivering much-needed and important local infrastructure that will benefit regional and rural communities.”

Mr Bull said the Coalition Government were strong supporters of libraries in regional and rural Victoria.

“Our libraries are at the very heart of our communities with nearly half of all Victorians current members of their local library,” Mr Bull said.

“We are is investing more than $17 million in our Living Libraries Infrastructure Program, with a record $39.5 million to be invested through our Public Libraries Funding Program in 2014-15, the highest amount of ongoing funding ever provided for library service delivery.

“Over the past three years the Coalition Government’s Living Libraries Infrastructure Program has provided $12.4 million towards 45 library projects across the state.”

Media contacts:

Ben Bulmer   0437 547 731 ben.bulmer@minstaff.vic.gov.au (Deputy Premier)                     

Sean Burton  0428 506 585 sean.burton@minstaff.vic.gov.au (Minister Bull)  

Coalition Government building a better Gippsland

* * - Friday, May 09, 2014

This week’s Victorian Coalition Government 2014-15 State Budget delivers in the key areas of education, roads, tourism, business, emergency services and health, Deputy Premier and The Nationals Member for Gippsland South Peter Ryan said today.

Mr Ryan said the Coalition’s State Budget delivers improved infrastructure and services for residents and businesses throughout Gippsland to build a better, more connected Victoria.

“This Budget is investing hundreds of millions of dollars into Gippsland and other regional cities and rural communities,” Mr Ryan said.

The Liberal Nationals Coalition Government outlined significant expenditure in the 2014-15 Budget that benefits residents in the Gippsland South electorate. Highlights include:

  • $5.6 million to upgrade Korumburra Secondary College;
  • $4 million for planning and stage One works at the Sale Specialist School; 
  • $5.12 million for the Leongatha heavy vehicle alternate route;
  • $14 million for regional tourism marketing to increase visitors to regional Victoria;
  • $14 million to provide small business owners with practical financial management, marketing and human resources strategies;
  • $4.7 million to upgrade the online energy price comparison tool, My Power Planner;
  • $65 million to fund bushfire management measures;
  • $29 million for the CFA to acquire 78 additional vehicles
  • $20.5 million to replace Respiratory Protection Equipment for CFA and MFB firefighters;
  • 5.5 million for practical on-ground partnership with Landcare groups;
  • An additional $3 million a year for the Boating Safety and Facilities Program, bringing total funding to $8 million annually; and
  • $1.2 billion commitment per year to Vocational Education and Training.

Mr Ryan said these investments build upon the Coalition Government’s recently announced budget initiatives. Highlights in the Gippsland South region include: 


  • An extra $130 million pumped into road maintenance, meaning that more than $500 million will be delivered in the coming year for maintaining roads - up from $384 million under Labor;
  • $73 million for a major redevelopment of Latrobe Regional Hospital, including a new emergency department with double the capacity of the current facility, a new 30-bed ward and a cardiac catheterisation laboratory;
  • $13.5 million for the rollout of new tasers to all 24 hour police stations across regional Victoria, including Sale; 
  • $34 million to expand drug and alcohol treatment services and tackle the use of illicit drugs including ice throughout the state, including Gippsland;
  • $2 million to improve wild dog control; and
  • $3 million to provide support for regional councils to assess infrastructure demand, develop business cases and manage projects.

“By rebuilding Victoria’s finances and keeping the economy strong, the Coalition Government has been able to advance key projects, including those under the $1 billion Regional Growth Fund,” Mr Ryan said.

“The Nationals are exceptionally proud of the Regional Growth Fund, which has contributed to more than 70 projects in the Wellington and South Gippsland shires, leveraging almost $60 million in total investment.”

Mr Ryan said the local projects announced in the 2014-15 State Budget built on the Coalition Government’s significant investment in Gippsland over past Budgets.

Mr Ryan said the Liberal Nationals Coalition Government is building a better Victoria by delivering a strong budget with a record $27 billion investment in roads, rail, health and education, ensuring growth, jobs and opportunities across the state.

“This is in stark contrast to the risk that Daniel Andrews and Labor pose to Victoria’s economy and prosperity. Victorians cannot afford a return to Labor, which is more interested in kowtowing to its union mates than addressing the needs of regional Victorians,” he said.

“Only a Liberal Nationals Coalition Government can be trusted to deliver these important projects on time and within budget.”

Media contact: Steph Nicholls 0437 108 870
stephanie.nicholls@parliament.vic.gov.au



Equipment grants for Gippsland youth

* * - Thursday, May 08, 2014

  • Grants to purchase equipment for youth events now open
  • Coalition committed to helping young people stay connected
  • Grants of up to $5,000 open until Friday 16 May

Grants of up to $5,000 to purchase equipment such as projectors for youth movie nights, iPads for youth council meetings or PA systems for youth events are now available from the Victorian Liberal National Coalition Government.

Deputy Premier and The Nationals Member for Gippsland South Peter Ryan said the Coalition Government’s Equip program was making it easier for young people to get involved in their communities.

“The Equip grants provide funding to buy items such as iPads, laptops, cameras and sound systems that can be used to host youth events,” Mr Ryan said.

"We know that groups in rural areas have great ideas to get young people involved in their community, but sometimes need a helping hand, and these grants are providing that assistance.”

Mr Ryan said the Coalition Government recognises the significant role young people play in shaping their local communities.

“As a government, we are committed to helping young people connect with their community through a number of programs such as the Be Heard Community Radio Program and Local Government Youth Inclusion Grants,” Mr Ryan said.

“These grants are only available to regional community organisations and councils, so I encourage all Gippsland groups to apply for a grant of up to $5,000.”

Minister for Youth Affairs Ryan Smith said it is important that young people are supported to get involved in their local community.

“The Equip Grant program is part of the Coalition Government’s $3.2 million Shape It! strategy which supports young people in rural and regional Victoria to participate in local decision-making and their community.

“The program will be delivered through the Youth Affairs Council of Victoria’s ‘Victorian Rural Youth Services’ initiative which promotes research, training and policy development to support young people living in rural areas.

Applications close on Friday 16 May, visit: www.youthcentral.vic.gov.au to apply.

Media contact: Steph Nicholls 0437 108 870

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