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Sun newspapers Tue 15 Jan 2019



Sun newspapers Tue 15 Jan 2019


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Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin Region

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News 06 SUN NEWSPAPERS, Tuesday, January 15, 2019 NTNE01Z01DS - V1 TERRITORIAN cricket buffs will have the chance to hone their skills with Australias finest players. Cricket Australia partner Specsavers is giving locals the chance to train with legend Ian Healy and members of the Australian cricket team. Community Cricket Champions recognises local club members and volunteers across Australia who are dedicated to the sport. Territorians can nominate a member or volunteer of their club who has shown dedication to the sport and local association. The winning fan and their club will receive an exclusive cricket lesson with Ian Healy and renowned Australian cricketers. Mr Healy was excited to be part of the program. Each and every player on the Australian cricket team started out playing community cricket and its at the thousands of local cricket clubs around Australia where that love of the game begins, he said. Im looking forward to acknowledging out well deserving local Community Cricket Champions. The winning club will also receive complimentary eye tests and glasses for people with impaired vision from Specsavers. Specsavers Palmerston dispensing partner Luke Ivey encouraged locals to nominate a deserving cricket fan. Being trained by a professional player how knows the game inside out is a unique opportunity the chosen team will be sure to benefit from, he said. Nominations close on January 27. Visit communitychampions.com.au Cricket great Ian Healy and members of the Australian cricket team will visit one lucky club in Darwin or Palmerston Cricket greats hit Darwin RAPHAELLA SAROUKOS Its ... where that love of the game begins Mangoes head to China A new project promising to boost northern Australian mango exports into China by 200 per cent within five years has been announced by the Cooperative Research Centre for Developing Northern Australia. The $2.24 million CRCNA research collaboration is between Australias leading Calypso mango exporter Perfection Fresh (Perfection), the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries and the University of Queensland. It will use the latest in supply chain management, quality assessment tools and information technology platforms to identify to resolve issues impeding the export of mangoes into China. The CRCNA has committed $952,471 towards the project. Its expected to be completed by mid-2021. CRCNA chief executive Jed Matz said improvements in the domestic supply chain management will be shared with the broader industry. The impact of this project will be across the northern Australian mango industry as opportunities to increase the volume of mango exports into China means less pressure on local prices in the longer term, he said. O N LY P E R P E R S O N $35 high tea packages Y O U R S E L E C T I O N O F 6 I T E M S B O O K I N G S E S S E N T I A L P H O N E 8 9 8 3 6 6 6 6 T O B O O K N O W COLD SAVOURY; HOME MADE VEGETARIAN FRITTATA OPEN FACED SANDWICH WITH HAM AND CHEESE SALAMI AND CHUTNEY WRAPPED WITH CHEESE AND SALAD SMOKED SALMON AND CHEESE ROULADE EN CROUTE TUNA TOSSED IN AIOLI AND CHIVES ON CUCUMBER DISC POACHED PRAWN WITH TOMATO AND CILANTRO SALSA CROISSANT WITH HAM, CHEESE AND TOMATO SWEET SELECTIONS; ASSORTMENT OF MINI FRENCH DANISHES MINIATURE OF CAKE SLICES WITH CHANTILLY CREAM FRUITY SCONES WITH CREAM AND BERRIES STRAWBERRIES DIPPED IN CHOCOLATE MINI CHEESE CAKES WITH PASSION FRUIT COULIS HOME BAKED COOKIES BEVERAGES; SPARKLING MIMOSA (alcoholic) TEA AND FRESHLY BREWED COFFEE ASSORTED JUICES + SOFT DRINKS CONNECT WITH WARREN Follow me on social media, connect with me through the website or contact me via the electorate offi ce. @snowdonmp @manwiththemo www.warrensnowdon.com 1300 301 725 Authorised by Warren Snowdon, 6 Giles St, Alice Springs Warren Snowdon Member for Lingiari LABOR WILL RESCUE KAKADU A Shorten Labor Government will invest $220 million in infrastructure and community development projects to dramatically improve Kakadu National Park as a tourist destination and secure the future of the township of Jabiru. Labor will invest: $100 million to upgrade four key access roads in the Kakadu National Park, to allow for year-round access to key sites in Kakadu; $44 million for environmental and national park infrastructure upgrades, including work to tackle invasive species, better fire management, and improved camping facilities and car parking; $25 million for a new Kakadu visitor and world heritage interpretive centre in Jabiru; $2.5 million to improve mobile connectivity in the Park, for increased visitor safety and better reception for locals; $2.5 million for a new Tourism Masterplan to help ensure Kakadu remains a world tourism leader and continues to grow visitor numbers; $45 million to undertake urgent asbestos remediation work in Jabiru; and $1 million for a new roads strategy to be developed to improve safety on Kakadus remote roads. There has been a great deal of work done by the Northern Territory government and stakeholders on improving tourism in Kakadu and helping Jabiru transition from mining to tourism. I applaud the Chief Minister Michael Gunner and his government for undertaking this important work. Kakadu is one of Australias most recognisable tourist destinations and a World Heritage listed environmental and cultural site. Cared for by its Aboriginal custodians for 65,000 years, Kakadu is home to spectacular scenery, pristine environment, and immense cultural value. It is a natural wonder that should be celebrated and shared with the world. With the Ranger mine coming to an end in the next few years, Jabirus businesses and residents face an uncertain future. They need economic activity and jobs for their region and that means more tourism. Because the upgrades that the national park desperately needs have been ignored for too long, fewer tourists are visiting and Kakadu has gone backwards. We want Kakadu to be at the top of the list for Australian and international visitors and Labor will help make that happen.

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