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The Centralian advocate Tue 11 Dec 2018

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Title

The Centralian advocate Tue 11 Dec 2018

Collection

Centralian Advocate; NewspaperNT

Date

2018-12-11

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Language

English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Alice Springs; Tennant Creek (N.T.) -- Newspapers; Alice Springs (N.T.) -- Newspapers.; Australia, Central -- Newspapers

Publisher name

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

Place of publication

Alice Springs

File type

application/pdf

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Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C01215

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/306299

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/351276

Page content

TUESDAY DECEMBER 11 2018 NEWS 07 V1 - CAVE01Z01MA Centralian Advocate readers in for a treat with Foxtels offer AS summer gets into full swing, Foxtel is heating things up with a slate of hit sport and TV from Australia and around the world featuring the best in sport, drama, lifestyle and entertainment as well as factual, news, kids and movies. And Centralian Advocate readers are in for a treat through our recent Foxtel partnership that offers first time customers a special deal on all of Foxtels sport, movies, drama and entertainment HD packs for only $68 a month. Foxtel subscribers have already been bowled over with its ground-breaking cricket coverage which will continue with the biggest and best lineup of cricket ever offered in the one place and available in 4K. Every Australian Test Match, the KFC Big Bash League, One Day International and more, on home soil, is available live and ad break free alongside other major sporting events to including the NBA Boxing Day lineup and the AFC Asian Cup. Not to be outdone, Foxtels drama schedule will continue to sizzle with a host of new and exclusive dramas including the premiere of epic three-part drama series War of the Worlds, HBOs Succession and the Sky Italia Original The Miracle alongside the return of hit series True Detective, Mr Mercedes, Victoria and Luther. Foxtel will also celebrate the 20th anniversary of what has been hailed the greatest television drama of all time The Sopranos with every sea son available to stream On Demand in January. Summer is also the time for box office hits and the Foxtel movie experience brings with it an unrivalled selection of more than 1000 premium On Demand titles available to stream on Fox Flicks plus, an ongoing, 24/7 screening of recent hits and timeless classics across its 10 dedicated movie channels. Foxtel will also host special movie events and popup movie channels such as A Taste of India, 12 Days of Christmas and Aussies in Film for Australia Day, to play all of the summer favourites. To sign up for Foxtels special offer go to www.foxtel.com.au/news LONG term Central Australian Helen Kempe was awarded the Outstanding Achiever Award by Connellan Airways Trust Chairman, Mark Coffey on Wednesday night. Ms Kempe, former resident of Tennant Creek and now retired to Mt Riddock Station Satria Dyer-Darmawan was given a bespoke plaque as a result of her commitment to the people of the outback, and was the second person in the Territory to receive this award. You do these things and you dont think anything about them, theyre just part of life and you help people out and so it was really lovely, Ms Kempe said. Ms Kempe first came to the Barkly region 50 years ago to be a governess at Muckaty Station, north of Tennant Creek and since then, has continually contributed to the community and the surrounding pastoral stations through her work with many local groups and events. Its just a lifestyle, I enjoy the pastoral life, I havent been Support workers lauded CENTRAL Australian nominees and winners of the inaugural Flinders NT Supervisors awards were recognised for their outstanding contribution to student supervision within their region on Wednesday. Nominees were judged on their regular participation in the role of educator/supervisor, attention to best practices in clinical supervision and their willingness to go above and beyond to identify and meet the learning needs of students. Meg Simmons, Senior Dentist with Oral Health Services at the Flynn Drive Dental Clinic, was awarded the Outstanding Regional Supervisor Award and said the development of young professionals in the health industry was critical. A lot of students come from capital cities and they dont really know what its like to work in a small town, but by having the student placement here they get exposed to life in the town and how they work can be very interesting, Ms Simmons said. Weve had a very big success with recruiting new staff from our students who have been placed in Alice Springs. Ms Simmons said she would help mentor the students oneon-one, and helped them to develop their dentistry skills. They are in their final year and they get exposed to general dentistry but also to childrens dentistry and working with children, they have the opportunity to travel out bush and work on communities. They work with a lot of Aboriginal patients, they get to assist the visiting oral surgeons, both in our clinic and under general anaesthetic in the hospital, they get to assist our general dentists and work under general anaesthetics in hospitals. They work in the prison and generally get a wide range of exposure to general dental care, they have a lot of opportunities to diagnose problems for the patients in a supervised environment so they have the benefit of practitioners to advise them at the time. Its just been a real treat to work with the young students. Theyve all been extremely conscientious and ethical practitioners and they have added a lot to our clinic and practice. Satria Dyer-Darmawan one for the city and hustle and bustle. During her time in Central Australia, Ms Kempe has worked for the Department of Primary Industries, and has also built a strong connection with the Isolated Childrens and Parents Association (ICPA) and the Country Womens Association. 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