Territory Stories

Sunday Territorian 5 Nov 2017

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Title

Sunday Territorian 5 Nov 2017

Collection

Sunday Territorian; NewspaperNT

Date

2017-11-05

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Language

English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin.; Australian newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin.

Publisher name

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

Place of publication

Darwin

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

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https://www.legislation.gov.au/Series/C1968A00063

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/281596

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/414381

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22 FRONTIER WEDDINGS & BABIES SUNDAY NOVEMBER 5 2017 NTNE01Z01MA - V1 Hitched & hatched Recently married, or just welcomed a new baby to the family? To have your story appear in Frontier, email your pics and details to frontier@news.com.au JARRAD DICKSON, 23 TINA DICKSON, 26 Jarrad and Tina met in February 2014 when they both started studying medicine at Charles Darwin University, through the Flinders University program. Less than a month later, the university organised a trip to Katherine for the students, and the pair become close friends. Tina said she originally didnt see herself dating Jarrad, let alone marrying him. No, definitely not, she laughed. We were just really good friends. But last year the couple decided to see if there was anything romantic between them, and so began the story of their love. Our first date was a little bit different because we actually went to church together and then we just went around the Todd Mall Markets down in Alice Springs, Tina said. We were based down there, were up in Darwin now but well head back down to Alice next year. Despite having only dated for a few months, the couple knew what they had was special, and Jarrad began dropping hints he was thinking about proposing. I didnt know how or when he was going to propose but I already knew we were going to get engaged because hed asked me what my ring size was and wed been looking at engagement rings together, Tina said. He chose the ring ultimately and I love it. The actual proposal took place in Adelaide in September. We were in Alice Springs and decided to go down to Adelaide for a week off from school so we drove down and visited my family, Tina said. We had dinner with my family and then went up to Windy Point to watch the sunset and he proposed there. When it came time for the wedding, the relaxed couple didnt want to do much. We had the day off from placement because we both wanted something small and so we decided to go to the registry office, Tina said. We had lunch with our Maid of Honour and Best Man at Sweet Brew and Co and vegged out there for a while and then went home to get ready. Afterwards we went to Cullen Bay and had fun blowing up some air mattresses one of them popped and then had a nice dinner. It was a very nice day, very relaxed. The couple honeymooned at Lake Argyle in WA. ESSENTIALS MET University THEME Garden CEREMONY Darwin Registry Office RECEPTION Seafood on Cullen PHOTOGRAPHY Nichole Taylor Photography THE HAPPY COUPLE HE LL O BA BY HARRY MARK PATRICK WOOD BORN October 2, 2017 at Royal Darwin Hospital PARENTS Natalie and Tony Wood welcomed Harry into the world at 2.49pm. He weighed 3.78kg. His siblings Charlie, Jewel and Miah love him to bits already. LENNOX HUNTER ROE BORN October 17, 2017 at Royal Darwin Hospital PARENTS Georgia Holmes and Jason Roe. Lennox is the first baby for Georgia and Jason and according to Georgia, hes super chilled out. Mum and Dad have hardly heard a peep from him but arent expecting that to last.


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