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Sun newspapers Tue 1 Nov 2016



Sun newspapers Tue 1 Nov 2016


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Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin Region

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Arts 16 SUN NEWSPAPERS, Tuesday, November 1, 2016 NTNE01Z01DS - V1 Your week ahead with Tarot Master Manfred Zander SUn STarS arieS Mar 21 - apr 20 Love: need to establish new plans and have them ready if confronted with obstacles. Money: wait and see; with a bit of patience you will achieve your goal. Health: possible virus infection; take precautions. leo jul 22 - aug 22 SagiTTariUS nov 23 - dec 21 TaUrUS apr 21 - MaY 20 virgo aug 23 - sep 22 capricorn dec 22 - jan 19 geMini MaY 21 - jun 20 libra sep 23 - ocT 22 aqUariUS jan 20 - feb 18 cancer jun 21 - jul 21 Scorpio ocT 23 - nov 22 piSceS feb 19 - Mar 20 Love: happiness and a good time with someone you love; enjoy the week. Money: a profitable and successful time ahead of you. Health: avoid junk food; problems with your digestive system. Love: exercise patience; troubles between two hearts will be solved soon. Money: no need for any concerns; difficulties about money are on the way out. Health: a healthy week ahead of you. Love: a beautiful start to a new romance or friendship. Money: more money comes your way; possible new job or business. Health: moodswings are possible; increase your time of sleep. Love: accept the changes and plan for the future. Money: a change for the better; a new job or business gets rid of your worries. Health: possible stress disorder; more rest is needed. Love: good news; you have learnt from past mistakes and move on to a lasting relationship. Money: a new job or business will take care of money worries. Health: increase your physical exercises and you will improve your health. Love: more persistence and patience is needed; happiness around the corner. Money: a new job or business improves your income. Health: a healthy week ahead of you. Love: before you go ahead, think carefully. Is this really what you want? Money: success and progress to come; stop your concerns. Health: you will feel well and stay healthy. Love: be prepared for a complete and unexpected change; stay positive. Money: hang in there; more ready cash is coming your way. Health: you will maintain your health despite possible illnesses. Love: follow inner advice; it will lead you to the one you love. Money: you are on the way up; look ahead. Health: good week to change your diet and improve your health. Love: the end of a bad relationship will be the beginning of a happy union with someone who loves you. Money: your skills will pay out now; keep going the way you have planned. Health: potential fatigue syndrome; avoid stress. Love: now comes the time to harvest the fruit for hard work you have done in the past. Money: keep going; you are on the right path to success and progress. Health: problems with your digestive system are possible. Ms Martin said the exhibition of 14 photos and a video installation aimed to celebrate the bursts of gold and other colours created by the transmission of light through mundane objects. The exhibition aims to re Art student Stephanie Martin is exhibiting at Charles Darwin University until Thursday Spotlight on mundane THE beauty of everyday objects will shine during a student art exhibition at the Nan Giese Gallery on Charles Darwin Universitys Casuarina campus. Honours student Stephanie Martin said her fascination with the way light interacted with transparent household objects inspired the exhibition, Lighting the pass, the object as lens. mind people that there are wonderful spectacles of light and colour happening right under our noses, she said. Hopefully it will encourage people to take notice of these extraordinary domestic moments that often go unnoticed but can be quite beautiful. Since returning from Melbourne to her hometown of Darwin earlier this year, Ms Martin said the project had helped her to reconnect with the city. Ive been away from home for a long time and the project has helped me to fall back in love with Darwin and appreciate the extraordinary light play in this space, she said. The exhibition is being held by appointment at the Nan Giese Gallery at Casuarina campus until Thursday, November 3. DARWIN CASUARINA It will encourage people to take notice of these extraordinary domestic moments that often go unnoticed VEHICLE SAFETY RECALL See www.recalls.gov.au for Australian Product Recall Information Ford Motor Company of Australia Limited is recalling immediately Mondeo models as described below. Applicable Vehicle Application / Affected Dates Certain Mondeo vehicles built from October 16, 2014 through December 22, 2015. Note: The Build Date of the vehicle (month and year) can be found on the Vehicle Identifi cation Label which is located on the Driver side B-pillar. Condition There is a possibility that due to a software error within the Headlight Control Module (HCM), vehicles fi tted with Adaptive LED Headlamps could experience a condition that causes the headlamps to switch off. If this condition occurs the vehicle ignition has to be cycled off/on to enable the headlamps to be re activated. Action Required by Owners An owner of a recalled vehicle should, as soon as possible, arrange with an Authorised Ford Dealer to have the HCM software updated to rectify this concern. This service will be performed free of charge by any Authorised Ford Dealer. If an owner does not already have a servicing Ford Dealer, the nearest Authorised Ford Dealer can be located at www.ford.com.au Each registered owner will be notifi ed by letter from Ford of the actions to be taken to arrange for this service. Until the Safety Recall is completed, if the vehicles headlamps should unexpectedly turn off customers are advised to turn on their hazard warning lamps and fi nd the closest safe place to pull over where they can cycle their ignition off and on again. This will allow the headlamps to be turned on again. Further Information can be obtained from any Authorised Ford Dealer or from Ford Motor Company of Australia Limited, Customer Relationship Centre on toll free number 1800 503 672. Ford Motor Company of Australia Limited A.B.N. 30 004 116 223 Registered Offi ce: 1735 Sydney Road, Campbellfi eld, Victoria 3061.

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