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The Northern Territory news Wed 1 Feb 2017

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The Northern Territory news Wed 1 Feb 2017

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NT news

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The Northern Territory news; NewspaperNT

Date

2017-02-01

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This publication contains may contain links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.

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English

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

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News Corp Australia

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Darwin

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application/pdf

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Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

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News Corp Australia

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

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https://hdl.handle.net/10070/266188

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/452757

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WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 1 2017 ENTERTAINMENT 33 V1 - NTNE01Z01MA OPAL HOLDING COURT AT MOO OPALS champion Liz Cambage (above) has been named in the line up for the Groovin The Moo Festival on May 6. Cambage, who made her DJ debut during Melbourne Cup carnival last year, will play sets alongside CC: Disco, Kinder and MzRizk. Headliners for the Bendigo event include The Darkness, Dillon Francis, Against Me and Tash Sultana. Pre-sale tickets go on sale from 9am today. GALE FORCES PRIZED SPOT KELLY Gale (above) is set to take her place among the worlds hottest models when she appears in the 2017 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. The 21-year-old, whose father is Australian and mother is Indian, is the first model named for the issue. The Victorias Secret model took to social media to share her excitement. To work for SI has been one of my goals ever since I started modelling ... I feel truly honoured to be a part of this, she wrote. Fellow Aussies Jess Gomes and Robyn Lawley have previously graced its pages. TV DEBUT FOR JACKSON JR Paris Jackson is ready for her close-up. Fox TV said Monday that the daughter of the late Michael Jackson will make her acting debut this season on the drama series Star. Paris Jackson will play an intimidating social media guru, Rachel, who has an impact on the shows lead characters. The 18-year-old Jackson was born to the pop star and then-wife Debbie Rowe. Star, from Empire creator Lee Daniels, is set in the music industry and features Queen Latifah as a surrogate mom to aspiring young singers. A date for the episode with Paris Jackson wasnt announced. BIG NAMES AT TROPFEST Mad Max director George Miller and actor Sam Neill will be joining the Tropfest jury under head Rose Byrne to help choose the winner of this years short film contest. Jasper Jones director Rachel Perkins and Gone Girl producer Bruna Papandrea will also be joining the jury during the Australian film festivals 25th year. Bridesmaids actress Byrne was announced as the jury head in November but both Miller and Neill were at the festival announcement last August revealing it was relocating from Centennial Park in Sydney to Parramatta. Last year, just one female director was a finalist however Tropfest founder and chair John Polson said that had changed dramatically this year. Were excited for our judges and audiences alike to experience the finalist films, produced by these young and brilliant minds, Polson said. GUY DEFENDS MATE NOLLSY GUY Sebastian has come out in support of good mate Shannon Noll over his Adelaide strip club incident. Noll was arrested outside the Crazy Horse a fortnight ago and is due in court on February 24. While Noll has yet to make a public statement, Sebastian questioned the events. Ive known him for 14 years, Ive hung out with him a bunch of times, he said. Ive never heard him ever say once remotely like dont you know who I am? It did make a hilarious meme, though. Sebastian admitted his hometown of Adelaide liked to wind Noll up after he finished second in Australian Idol in 2003. CHANNEL Sevenboss Lewis Martinhas commendedMy Kitchen Rulesstar Pete Evans for his controversial opinions. Pete Evans. A lot of controversy and I thank you for it, Martin, managing director of Channel Seven Melbourne, said at an MKR launch in St Kilda on Monday. I thank you for inspiring conversations in kitchens and dining rooms all over this country. Families are now talking about not only cooking food but the merit of the food they cook, and the food they consume. Evans, who co-hosts MKR with Manu Feildel (together, right) is a popular and polarising figure with outspoken comments about everything from baby broth to activated almonds, calcium, paleo diets, sunscreen and fluoride. But those opinions havent harmed the MKR juggernaut. The first episode of the new season peaked with 2.25 million viewers. Martin also praised guest judges Karen Martini, Guy Grossi and Liz Egan as founders of the food conversation. He added: These people have been talking about food for a long time. Twenty-five years ago, we didnt know much about food. We didnt look at labels. The launch, at The George Ballroom, was attended by Evans, Feildel and VIP guests including Nikki Osborne and Laura Gordon, who star in Sevens Paul Hogan telemovie, Hoges. Paleo Petes big fan Peter Capaldi as the Doctor PETER Capaldi is departing BBC science-fiction series Doctor Who. The move was announced via the shows official Twitter account. The show tweeted: BREAKING NEWS! It (the new series of Doctor Who) will be my last... I feel its time to move on. Peter Capaldi Capaldi joined Doctor Who in 2014 for the series eighth season. The 10th season, which will be Capaldis last, is expected to premiere in the UK in April. Capaldi is the fourth actor to play the enigmatic hero of Doctor Who since the BBC relaunched the series in 2005. He followed Christopher Eccleston, David Tennant, and Matt Smith. Doctor Who follows the adventures of the Doctor, a member of an alien race of being called Timelords who travel through time and space. The character is recast every few seasons as part of a quirk in which the character dies, then is regenerated in a new body. Capaldi brings end to Doctor Who stint