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The Northern Territory news Sat 29 Jul 2017



The Northern Territory news Sat 29 Jul 2017

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V1 - NTNE01Z01MA SATURDAY JULY 29 2017 NEWS 15 Paspaley boats in the background, he said. But what about those who want the iconic photos in places like Kakadu or Uluru, but dont want to ask family members to travel that far? Mr Fragopoulos said wedding photos didnt have to be taken on a wedding day. Its very popular in Asian cultures to have photos in their wedding gear before their wedding day, and then they can display their photos on their wedding day and spend the day with their guests, he said. And now some people are choosing to get extra cre bales at sunset. And youve got the river however it is croc infested so you cant get too close with a bride. Hitched & Hatched inside Frontier every week with your Sunday Territorian ative after their wedding day so theyre making the most of their wedding dress and suit and were able to spend a little bit more time at the locations getting the perfect shot. Some of the most popular spots outside of Darwin included Kakadu National Park, Kings Canyon, Uluru, Channel Point and Mount Bundey Station. When you head out of Darwin, theres no light pollution so the photos you get are magic because they capture all the stars too, Mr Fragopoulos said. Ms Freestone agreed. Youve got the termite mounds, the cows, horses, hay A moonlit night at the Waterfront Picture: GEORGE F PHOTOGRAPHY Getting back to nature at Mount Bundy Picture: KATE FREESTONE PHOTOGRAPHY Taking advantage of a stunning Top End sunset Picture: KATE FREESTONE PHOTOGRAPHY DOES NOT FIT ALL 1 SIZE Learn what your body needs www.darwindietitians.com.au 5/25 Vanderlin Drive, Casuarina NT 0810 reception@darwindietitians.com.au (08) 8927 3700 FREE FAMILY SHOW George Brown Botanic Gardens 3rd, 4th, 5th August 6.30pm Entry Free Darwin DIETITIANS --~ Confucius Institute co-director Wang Hua and volunteer Chinese teachers Y"rting Chen and Jingru Li prepare for Open Day STAFF are gearing up to showcase all that CDU has to offer the community during Open Day 2017 at Casuarina campus on Sunday, 20 August. Visitors will have opportunities to make hand cream, learn about the mysterious world of cybersecurity. discover scientific secrets to love and relationships, and explore the scrub on campus in pursuit of a rare native animal. Open Day will feature an Enviro Hub, entertairunent, and information about areas of study through talks, tours and interactive displays. Visitors who create a personalised Open Day event plan online will go in the draw to win a $1000 travel voucher. Plan your day at W: cdu.edu.au/ openday Research first for NT A CDU academic is the first Northern Territory-based researcher to be awarded a prestigious Humboldt Fellowship to further her research into climate change impacts and adaptation. Northern Institute senior research fellow Dr Kerstin Zander was one of about 500 scientists and scholars worldwide to receive the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Fellowship this year to conduct research in Germany in 2018/2019. The fellowship will enable her to carry out research for 12 months, collaborating with researchers in Bonn and Berlin. Leo Caldwell, Andrew Caldwell, Bas Mizrahi Davies and Gypsy Schmidt take part in Legato 2017 ABOUT 40 budding Northern Territory musicians have taken part in an intensive orchestral experience at Casuarina campus. Children aged 10 to 17 were invited to attend the second annual "Legato~ which concluded with a concert showcasing the students' progress in performing as part of an orchestra. Students brought instruments including the violin, cello, double bass, clarinet, flute, saxophone, trombone, trumpet and percussion to the three-day program. Summit probes barriers EXPERTS will explore some of the challenges experienced in health, education and legal services faced by Indigenous people, for whom English is not the primary language, during a language summit at Casuarina campus. The public event "Our Languages Matter~ hosted by the School of Indigenous Knowledges and Public Policy, also will include presentations on Indigenous language research and tertiary courses. The one-day summit, funded as part of NAIDOC Week, will be held in the Mal Nairn Auditorium on Friday, 4 August. cdu.edu.au