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Katherine Times Wed 20 May 2015



Katherine Times Wed 20 May 2015


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Australian newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Katherine; Katherine (N.T.) -- Newspapers

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12 KATHERINE TIMES, WEDNESDAY MAY 20 2015 www.katherinetimes.com.au >> out and about FORMER Katherine River Lodge owner and well-known resident Judith Payne is celebrating after marrying Gary Williamson in an intimate ceremony on March 28. The bride and groomnow live in the South Australian town of Riverton, with the former taking steps to ensure her Filipino heritage and culture featured in the headturning wedding. Former Katherinite ties knot LOCAL LOVE: Judith Payne and Gary Williamson on their wedding day. TYING THE KNOT: Newlyweds John and Evie ONeill pose for a photo after exchanging vows during a ceremony at Low Level on April 11. HAVE you recently tied the knot and want to share the photos from your special day with Katherine Times readers? To showcase your wedding, email highresolution images to editor.kathtimes@ fairfaxmedia.com.au. Share your wedding with our readers Katherine couple celebrates Low Level love with friends LOVE was in the air at Low Level on April 11 when John and Evie ONeill celebrated their nuptials with a small ceremony. The bride had family members fly to Katherine from Papua New Guinea for the wedding. It was just a small family gathering, and we skipped the bridesmaids and groomsmen, she said.

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