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The Northern Territory news Fri 18 Nov 2016



The Northern Territory news Fri 18 Nov 2016

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

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V1 - NTNE01Z01MA Hegedus joins the Hot 100 AMY Hegedus is Hot 100s new voice on Saturday mornings. Hegedus, who is also the NT News marketing manager, has previously worked at fm1fm.com, a UK-based internet radio station. Hot 100s program director David Daly said: Saturdays are about fun and enjoying everything a great city like Darwin has to offer, and Amy delivers just that. Amy keeps the Darwin airwaves pumping with the hottest hits and good times. Amy is also a super talented host, with her finger firmly on the pulse of whats happening in Darwin, he said. Amy Hegedus Darwins only accredited mobile nursing and home support service Darwin: 08 8927 2756 Katherine: 08 8972 2918 AgedCare,DisabilityCare,CoordinatedCare,WorkCoverCare, MentalHealth OwnedbyNurses Locallyownedandoperatedfor15years HighratiosofRegisteredandEnrolledNurses NTTelstrabusinessawardFinalist www.goldenglownursing.com.au Now you have a choice! Products may not be available in all Woolworths supermarkets, Woolworths Metro or Caltex Woolworths co-branded fuel outlets. See woolworths.com.au for more details. $9 39 ea Listerine Teeth Defence Mouthwash 1 Litre or Listerine Tartar Control Mouthwash 1 Litre 94 per 100ml Was $12.59 14/11/16 $3 ea Macleans Multi Action Toothpaste 170g or Macleans Multi Action Whitening Toothpaste 170g $1.76 per 100g Was $4.50 14/11/16 WP141117NT5A FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18 2016 NEWS 11 Love text at time of attack AN alleged Rebels bikie gang associate was texting a love letter to his girlfriend at the time police allege he was taking part in a revenge attack on a rival, a court has heard. Nicholas Wise is accused of joining Rebels sergeant-atarms Shannon Althouse and president Andy Summerfield in a reprisal attack against a man they suspected of running down Althouse. In a Supreme Court bail review yesterday, it emerged Wises parents were willing to put up pretty much everything they own as security for their sons bail. Lawyer Mark Thomas, for Wise, said the Crown case against his client was weak and that Wise was texting a love letter to his girlfriend around the time of the alleged attack. There are a stream of text messages ... theres a love letter there at about 8.38pm, he said. We say that is ultimately critical and that it was not available to the Magistrate (who first refused bail) Mr Thomas said. The court heard Wise had no prior criminal history and planned to live in Adelaide with his sister-in-law, a SA corrections officer, while on bail. Wise also has plans to find work at Roxby Downs. Crown Prosecutor Steve Ledek said there were fears Wise could interfere with witnesses if let out on bail, but Justice Judith Kelly said she could set conditions to prevent him contacting certain people. Justice Kelly said Wises parents offer to put up pretty much everything they own as bail would serve as an incentive for Wise to show up for his trial. Justice Kelly said she had fixed bail as high as $1.5 million for well-off prisoners. Wise, supported by his family, will return to court today where his parents will be asked to provide extensive financial records.