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Behind the blue line
police on frosty
In a timely warning ACT Policing is
urging all Canberra drivers to remove
ice from all the glass surfaces of their
Frosted windscreens and windows
pose a significant danger to road users,
as they reduce visibility and can
intensify the glare of the sun.
Traffic Operations Station Sergeant
Rod Anderson said it was the
responsibility of motorists to ensure all
their windows are free of frost so as to
not impede their vision when driving.
"Anyone leaving their vehicles out
in the sub-zero temperatures
experienced in Canberra recently must
take the time to defrost their windows
and mirrors before heading off on their
journey," Station Sergeant Anderson
"It s actually an offence to drive a
vehicle if your vision to the front or
rear is obstructed. If police pull you
over with ice, or any other object
obstructing your vision, you can be
"It s just a matter of taking a bit of
extra time to make sure your car s safe.
If you can t garage your car overnight
get up 10 minutes earlier, pour
lukewarm (never hot) water over your
vehicle and make sure your demisters
are functioning properly."
"Driving without a clear view is
highly dangerous to you and to others,
and may result in a collision that could
cost those involved significant cost,
inconvenience and injury."
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column supplied by ACT Policing
MARRIED AT THE NATIONAL ARBORETUM CANBERRA
Lovely lunch led to appetite for romance
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Mustafa and Jessica met when she bought lunch off him. Photos: Doug Hall
Mustafa Aslan won his wife,
Jessica, over with lunchtime
cuisine more than four years ago.
Jessica met her husband during
her lunch break and fell in love
with his food -- then eventually
"I was buying my lunch and he
was serving me at his shop. I was
really impressed with the food and
came back. I think we just started
having a coffee one day and he
talked me into coming over for
dinner -- he kept feeding me," she
Mustafa proposed to Jessica the
following year on July 19, 2011,
the same day Jessica bought a
A few years and two children
later the couple married at the
National Arboretum Canberra on
April 6, surrounded by 132 family
Mustafa said guests travelled
from all over the country including
Sydney, Melbourne, Western
Australia and Tasmania to share the
He said the venue s sweeping
views won the couple over.
"We just loved the view and the
scenery," Mustafa said.
"It was all pretty laid back. It
was just a really nice, enjoyable
day. Just watching Jessica walk
down the aisle was the best part."
After the ceremony the
newlyweds and their guests
enjoyed a "big party" at the Hotel
Although Mustafa delivered an
impressive speech, he said it was
his 15-year-old son, Aydin, who
really shone behind the
"I think the best speech was the
one my teenage son gave ... how
he acknowledged all of us,"
Mustafa said Aydin, and younger
brothers Ali, three and Jack, almost
two were an important part of the
The two youngest children
joined Mustafa and Jessica on a
two-week trip to Hamilton Island.
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