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The Northern Territory news Mon 29 Aug 2016

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Title

The Northern Territory news Mon 29 Aug 2016

Other title

NT news

Collection

The Northern Territory news; NewspaperNT

Date

2016-08-29

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

Language

English

Subject

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

Publisher name

News Corp Australia

Place of publication

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

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/264229

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/469997

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MONDAY AUGUST 29 2016 NEWS 09 V1 - NTNE01Z01MA Paying to look fit ... no sweat ASPIRING fitness junkies are giving their wallets a workout by spending more than $1400 a year on the latest activewear and fitness fads but often they arent even breaking into a sweat. The obsession with kitting ourselves out from head to toe in Lycra comes with a hefty price tag with consumers pumping more than $14.1 billion a year into active wear, health foods, supplements and the latest fitness fads. But the ING Direct Cost of Health and Fitness Report found while three in five people admitted to spending up on trendy activewear in the 12 months, only one in five people holds a gym membership. Former TV Bachelor star Sam Wood runs his own online fitness program 28 and has more than 15,000 subscribers worldwide. He believes investing money in health is a step in the right direction but the workout component is critical its not all about just looking trendy. People want to be in the latest gear but they dont necessarily do the workout, he said. Theres a real fashion shift particularly with women that their day-to-day training wear is their leisurewear and sometimes theyve been to the gym but most of the time they havent. Gym junkie Nicole Bhagwandas, 32, works out six to seven times a week and said she spends thousands of dollars a year to have a gym membership while also keeping up with the latest fitness fashion trends. I spend $66 a week on my hit intensity interval training membership and I spend a fair bit on my clothes which is anywhere between $1000 and $1500 per year, she said. I like to think Im trying to look good when Im sweating it out. ING Directs executive director of customers John Arnott said while it was a good sign Aussies were interested in their health they should tighten their belts on overspending. SOPHIE ELSWORTH An image of Danny Deacon, shown at his trial. Inset: the burial site of Carlie Sinclair and the rural property where her body was found What Deacon told the cops two containers, I had two sea containers with a roof over the top ... Cop: Yep. Yep. Deacon: ... and uh, that was my area of cleaning and shit and uh, so, and you can see heaps of other acid mark stains where Ive done work in that spot as well ... Cop: Yep. ... so, it was, it was a constant that job because it was done weekly, you know, it wasnt done one week, it was done twice a week, big job, big, big effort it was so, so it was a constant. Deacon: Nah, nup, like, it was very clean and quick. Cop: When you, when you put her on the tarp ... Yep. Deacon: Uh, no, I didnt notice it until I pulled her out of the car the next morning when I got out to where were going. Cop: OK, all right. So after you put her in the tarp, straight in the car? Deacon: Straight in the car, yeah, I lifted her straight up and put her in there. She was just wrapped like a mummy. 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