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News V1 - NTNE01Z01DS SUN NEWSPAPERS, Tuesday, July 19, 2016 03 For 2016, Tracks has prepared a unique performance called Landed, which tells the story of three young Darwinites who return to the NT after a period of time away. The show is performed in the dry Marrara Swamp, the source of Rapid Creek. Landed is about the source of wisdom, says Tracks Dance co-artistic director David McMicken. Experience the magic of walking into the bush, of just being there, so close to the city that we forget such places exist, Mr McMicken said. We like to take Darwin people to new places. Co-artistic director Tim Newth said the show involved more than 40 individual dancers and five separate performances. Its an interesting process when you come back on your own, Mr Newth said. The Landed audience will be guided around the Gurambai walking trail, and sensible shoes are recommended. Performers include students from Casuarina Senior College and Millner Primary School, members of the Tracks ensemble, and breakdancers. The show runs from July 31 to August 14. Find more info at darwinfestival.org.au DARWIN MARRARA SWAMP Darwin-raised contemporary dancer and choreographer of the Tracks Landed show Kelly Beneforti moves through the Marrara Swamp Picture: JUSTIN KENNEDY Landing in a world of wonder IN the heart of Darwin exists a remarkable natural environment and a local dance company is offering a unique opportunity for residents to soak in its sights and sounds. This year marks the 21st Darwin Festival show for Tracks Dance Company. LAUREN ROBERTS Historic win for charity A TERRITORY charity organisation has become the first of its kind in Australia to be named Telstra Business of the Year. HPA Helping People Achieve was named winner of the prestigious award last week. Minister for Business Peter Styles said it was a true pleasure to present the accolade at the NT Telstra Business Awards. HPA Helping People Achieve is a treasured Territory organisation that has been providing supported employment and residential options for Territorians living with disabilities for decades, Mr Styles said. They are committed to breaking down barriers for Territorians with physical and intellectual challenges and inspiring and empowering them to lead fulfilling lives. CEO Tony Burns and his team are extremely worthy of the historic win. They are innovative, passionate, proficient and they should be feeling very proud of their achievement. HPA also claimed the inaugural Charity Award category. Other winners included Territory Logistic Solutions, Champagne Dance Fitness Studio and Top End Medical Centre (Darwin). Call us on 8984 1500 or visit us at www.ntrs.com.au Your friendly one-stop shop for waste management services. General waste disposal Cardboard recycling Domestic skip bins Co-mingled recycling Cash for container depot Grease trap pump outs Secure document and media destruction Waste oil disposal Septic waste pump outs E-waste services Construction waste disposal Event management Oil filters and oily rags Medical waste NTRS are the market leaders for friendly, professional and responsive service. Servicing all areas of Darwin, Palmerston, Coolalinga, Humpty Doo and beyond. Contact us for an obligation free quote or to book a free waste audit of your business or organisation. 12 Salonika St, Parap, NT 0810 0449 073 902 Karma Caf Chef, Courtney Cameron won the Charles Darwin University Medal for the Highest Achievement in Vocational Education Training for Commercial Cookery OPEN TUESDAY TO SUNDAY FOR BREAKFAST AND LUNCH Healthy food caf using local and fresh products Calories tracked on the menu Dairy free, gluten free, vegan options Food coach on site Qualified personal trainers Organic coffee Fresh juice Raw desserts Smoothies OUTSIDE KARMA CAF every Saturday at 6:30am FREE BOOTCAMP 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
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