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Katherine Times Wed 17 Sep 2014



Katherine Times Wed 17 Sep 2014


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

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North Australian News for Katherine Times

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V.32 issue 35

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24 KATHERINE TIMES, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 2014 www.katherinetimes.com.au >> sport ROOMS available in share houses. Air conditioned. Some furnished. Phone 0413 531 007 ACCOMMODATION VACANT BAD CREDIT? Home Loans Car Loans Aust. Credit Licence 390261 FIND YOUR LOST SUPERANNUATION! CONSOLIDATE YOUR SUPER INTO ONE FUND Ph. 0412 804 248 Auth. representative of Synchron. AFS Lic. no. 243313 CARPORTS, garages. Rural and Industrial. Call for a quote Xellent Concretors and Sheds. PHone 0427 021 465 FINANCE GARAGES/SHEDS GARAGE sale, 21/24 Dowling Street, Sunday 21st September, 9am - 11am COURSES & CAREERS 46 Hall Road, Stuart Estate. Saturday, 10am-12noon. House Furniture-TV cabinets, dining table, lawn mowers, boat, gardening tools, pot plants etc Big shed for lease at 22 Fourth Street In the shed are 4 small air-conditioned offices For Inspection ring Werner Sarny on 8971 9938 GARAGE SALES FOR LEASE REPLACE bathroom floor tiles, painting and concrete. Call Theo 0409 280 508 Wish someone a HAPPY BIRTHDAY in the Katherine Times phone 8972 1111 PARR'S Fencing. Chainmesh, pool and colour bond security. Ring 0432209300 for a quote CONVENIENTLY located 4 bedroom house for sale. Ensuite, dressing room, rumpus, pool and shed. $420,000. Phone 0413531007 OLD car batteries and radiators, hot water services and solar panels, air conditioners, copper and brass. Will pick-up. Phone 0432058936 JIM Fly Screen Service, plus small odd jobs. Ph 0437086332. WANTED HOUSEMATE wanted. Clean, tidy housemate required. 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, Foxtel, internet. $350pereek excluding bills. Call 0437265763 Available now in Katherine 17th - 21st September Melissa - attractive, naughty, private lady. Pleasure awaits you! Ph 0487 617 401 No private numbers BOB cat, tip truck, trenching, hole, bori n g . P a n c h o 0438722117 BATHROOM renovations, all aspects of tiling, Town, Country and remote. Phone 0428816913. ADELAIDE River. Today 2 bedroom house, shed, large undercover area, 1240msq block, low maintenance, centre of town. $295,000. Phone 0427525248 POSITIONS VACANT REAL ESTATE FOR HIREWORK WANTED ADULT SERVICESTO RENT - SHARE BOARD TIMES CLASSIFIEDSPhone 8972 1111 Fax 8971 0120Email: duana.job@fairfaxmedia.com.au Web: www.katherinetimes.com.au TTrraacckk,, tteemmppeerraattuurree tteesstt KKaatthheerriinnee mmoottooccrroossss ssttaarrss KATHERINE Speed way will erupt in a roar of motor racing excitement on Saturday night when seven of the Northern Territorys best drivers battle for the Katherine V8 AMCA Shield. Spanno in the No. 46 car will be the one to beat after winning the Darwin crown a few weeks ago, but fellow drivers Dale Roberts (No. 9), Peter Harding (No. 81), Brendon Kenna (No. 39) and top-shelf female driver Maria will keep him on his toes. In addition to the ontrack action, children under 12 will get free entry and be in the running to win a special prize on the night. A full field of NT sedans will also allow our local drivers to put on a great show, while Peter Gazey will bring his Variety car to the track and have it on display. Gates open at 5.30pm, with drivers set to don their helmets and fire up their engines once the sun sets. A full canteen and bar facilities will be available. To volunteer at the event, call Fran Macpherson on 0428 832 496 or Jared Sohn on 0439 795 974. FLYING HIGH: Darwin motocross rider Navrin Grotheus gets air during racing action in Katherine on Saturday afternoon. Competitors battled high temperatures and a fresh track as they battled for local motocross bragging rights. Photo: CASEY BISHOP Drivers ready for AMCA challenge

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