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Katherine Times Wed 12 Mar 2014

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Title

Katherine Times Wed 12 Mar 2014

Collection

Katherine Times; NewspaperNT

Date

2014-03-12

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Language

English

Subject

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

Publisher name

North Australian News for Katherine Times

Place of publication

Katherine

Volume

V.32 issue 9

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

North Australian News for Katherine Times

License

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

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/264921

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/462678

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6 KATHERINE TIMES, WEDNESDAY MARCH 12 2014 www.katherinetimes.com.au Melbourne man Cam Winn is a winner in many ways - and thats not only because of his name. The 33-year-old mechanic, who moved to Katherine with his partner last month, has won the second Katherine Times fuel voucher, at a value of $500. Im pretty stoked, the new Katherine resident said. We collected coupons from the paper, but I didnt get around to enter them until the very last day. My partner Kate didnt believe it when I told her we had won. Mr Winn said the couple was pretty happy about the fuel voucher - which will help them with their travel plans. We like to go on adventures on the weekends, camping and fishing, or visiting friends in Darwin. The voucher is great as we want to go to the Douglas River soon, And I still have my motorbike in Melbourne which I want to bring up to Katherine. Mr Winn said the couple would fill their cars fuel tank at least once a fortnight and winning the fuel voucher was fantastic. Cam Winn a winner in KT fuel comp CELEBRATING 23 years of short film excellence Flickerfest remains Australias leading short film festival - and it is set to bring its short film specials to Katherine this Saturday, March 15. With a smorgasbord of films from Australia and around the world, Katherine Cinema 3 is inviting locals and travellers alike to the prestigious short film festival, which is recognised amongst the best in the world. Over 2,300 entries were received for Flickerfest 2014, and only the top 120 shorts have been selected in official competition, all handpicked to repre sent the most innovative, creative and cutting edge short films being produced today. Among this years highlights is Vote Yes, a film set in May 1967, focusing on Australias referendum on Aboriginal rights. The movie stars Darwin-born actress Miranda Tapsell (pictured), who grew up in Kakadu National Park, and most recently starred alongside Jessica Mauboy in The Sapphires. Flickerfest will be in Katherine this Saturday, March 15, from .pm at Cinema 3. Tickets are $15 for adults and $13 concession. Worlds best shorts to be screened >> news WINNER: Cam Winn is the second winner of the Katherine Times and BP fuel voucher competition. He has won a $500 fuel voucher, which will help the new Katherine resident bring his motorbike from Melbourne to the Northern Territory and take his partner to the Daly River. For further information call the Northern Territory Electoral Commission 1800 MYVOTE or visitwww.ntec.nt.gov.au 6 89 6 8 3 Authorised by Bill Shepheard, Northern Territory Electoral Commission, 80 Mitchell Street, Darwin VOTING IS COMPULSORY ELECTORAL NOTICE KATHERINE TOWN COUNCIL BY-ELECTION POLLING PLACES OPEN 8am - 6pm SATURDAY 15 MARCH Voting is Compulsory KATHERINE TOWN COUNCIL BY-ELECTION 15 MARCH 2014 All persons enrolled in the Katherine Town Council area MUST vote. KATHERINE Katherine Civic Centre Stuart Highway KATHERINE EAST MacFarlane Pre-School Grevillea Road TINDAL Community Hall Tindal RAAF 3 POLLING PLACES 2 1 KEY Polling place Full wheelchair access Wheelchair assisted access Election required MAP KEY Tindal Stuart Highway Stuart Highway Katherine Katherine East K at he ri ne Ri ve r Gor ge R oad Jodetluk Community3 2 1 NT Por 2641 (Jodetluk Community) (PART OF ROPER GULF REGIONAL COUNCIL NYIRRANGGULUNG WARD) Note: Electors enrolled for an address within the Jodetluk Community are not required to vote at this election Go rge Ro ad A lice S prings Darwin Railway Corridor Ka th er in e R iver Fer gus on Rive r D aly River Daly River Ed ith Riv er Stuart Highway King River Dry River K in g R iv er Lansdowne Florina Venn Cossack Edith Claravale Binjari Manbulloo Uralla Emungalan Vi ct or ia Hi gh wa y Tindal Katherine JODETLUK COMMUNITY 3 1 2 ADVERTISEMENT VOTE 1 GLENN BIRD FOR ALDERMAN Anti-Social behavior (Alcohol Management Plan) Improve Council services Small business development NBN to Katherine Tourism development Regional development Authorised by Mr Glenn Bird, 97 Maluka Road, Katherine NT 0850.


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