Correct... it is confusing I know... but the way they have always been reported in Australia is: SHARES: Primetime Only (6pm-12) TOP AUDIENCES: All Day.
Thanks for helping to maintain the pages too, great to have more people on board. :)
RE: Seven News Fill-Ins
I'm sorry allrailfan but at you said that the main fill-in could be put into the article if there is only one! All I wrote was three sentences (How on earth could they make the page too cluttered) and each of those sentences were added in to the paragraph! I am sick and tired of people deleting things that don't even need to be deleted. And if anyone wants to know all I wrote was "Rebecca Maddern oftern travels to Sydney to fill-in for the service". That's all so get over it Mr. Rail!
P.S. I am adding the sentences back in so don't even bother deleting them because I will just keep adding them!!!!!! Timmyvermi (talk) 06:52, 29 October 2008 (UTC)
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RE: Seven News Fill-Ins
Yes but these people are the main fill in's for Sevens Early News The main fill-in anchora for the bulletin are Simon Reeve, Jessica Rowe, Chris Reason and Sharyn Ghidella ta, Andrew15e 1:29pm 4/5/09
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- I'm sorry to say I've nominated all your other pictures of model trains/rolling stock for deletion as well - for the same reason as given in the first nomination. Don't take it personally, it's just Wikipedia has to be so careful when it comes to copyright :) Acather96 (talk) 06:35, 14 May 2011 (UTC)
I am mystified as to why this and your other uploads are being discussed for deletion. Please:
- go to Wikipedia:Possibly unfree files/2011 May 14 and make it clear that they are your work
- upload future images to the Commons
- always use meaningful names - not like File:IMG 2860.JPG or File:RQIW.JPG
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