Territory Stories

Sun newspapers Tue 19 Jul 2016

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Title

Sun newspapers Tue 19 Jul 2016

Collection

Sun newspapers; NewspaperNT

Date

2016-07-19

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Language

English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin Region

Publisher name

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

Place of publication

Darwin

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Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

License

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

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/262859

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/475535

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News 04 SUN NEWSPAPERS, Tuesday, July 19, 2016 NTNE01Z01DS - V1 Australia each awarded one. The Smith Family NT gen eral manager Graham Jaeschke said the contribution would enable them to bring a reading program to 242 children in Palmerston. Lets Read is an Nikitta Thorne and daughter Tahlana, participating in The Smith Familys Let's Read program at Gray Family Centre TWO Palmerston-based youth organisations have received community grants of around $10,000 to support their work with young Territorians. Across the country, 229 youth-focused organisations scored grants from the Commonwealth Bank, with local branches of the Smith Family and Role Models and Leaders Giving Palmerston children a fighting chance evidence-based early literacy program that promotes reading with children from birth to five, Mr Jaeschke said. Literacy is important for success in school and life, yet many disadvantaged children are starting school without basic reading skills. Last year we supported 4548 disadvantaged children and families in the NT. Role Models and Leaders Australia received a grant to support a girls academy. NT Commonwealth Bank area manager Anthony Heinrich said it was a great source of pride to support worthy programs in Darwin through these grants. We are grateful for the generosity of more than 13,000 current and retired staff who donate to the Staff Community Fund to make this possible, he said. LAUREN ROBERTS PALMERSTON YOUTH Jogging picks up fast pace TERRITORIANS are pounding the pavement more than ever before, with new research showing jogging has taken off as a pastime across the nation. Findings from Roy Morgan Research have revealed almost a quarter of Australians aged over 14 go jogging either occasionally or regularly a 66 per cent increase on participation a decade ago. In the 12 months to March 2006, 14 per cent of Aussies reported that they went jogging on a regular or occasional basis. As of March 2016, the participation rate had skyrocketed to 23.2 per cent, making jogging the fastest-growing sport or exercise in the country over the past 10 years, ahead of hiking, bushwalking, cycling and yoga. This boom in jogging participation is evident among men and women of all age groups. Mens overall participation has increased by almost 50 per cent from 16.4 per cent to 24.2 per cent, while the proportion of total women joggers has almost doubled from 11.6 per cent to 22.2 per cent. Roy Morgan Researchs Norman Morris said Australia has been in the midst of a jogging boom over the past decade, driven in no small part by a surge in womens participation. Meanwhile, the rise of fitness apps, trackers and the like has made it much easier for joggers to gauge their progress and quantify the benefits of their hard work, he said. As far as sports go, jogging can be a fairly low-cost activity. But for more committed participants, it can involve considerable outlay: after all ... running shoes and fitness bands dont come cheap. As far as sports go, jogging can be a fairly low cost activity The fresh approach to cafe eating Hungry Hearts Cafe has opened up shop in Tivendale and is serving fresh, homemade breakfast and lunch seven days a week. Matt and Donna Cartwright are the husband and wife team behind the family owned business, which first opened in December 2007 in Palmerstons Oasis Shopping centre. Our aim was to offer Palmerston a fresh approach to cafe food with everything served at Hungry Hearts being made at Hungry Hearts, Donna said. That premise still holds true at Hungry Hearts new location. The family friendly cafe, where even the pet dog is welcome, offers all day breakfast, fresh sandwiches and wraps to order, Dimattina coffee and exciting specials each day. There is also a selection of burgers, pasta dishes and salads as well as delicious cakes, slices and muffins for those with a sweet tooth. Matt is the head chef and he brings with him 25 years experience in the hospitality industry. He and his team take pride in serving up fresh, wholesome food and can accommodate a range of dietary requirements including gluten free, dairy free and vegetarian. The front of house staff also place a special importance on offering each customer friendly, personal service. The new location in Tivendale, next to the Argos Carwash, has plenty of indoor and covered outdoor seating and dont forget to ask about the coffee loyalty cards. Hungry Hearts also provides catering services for a range of events including office parties, corporate functions, weddings and birthdays with a wide selection of options including finger food, hot and cold platters, buffets and barbecue. For more information, visit www.HungryHearts.com.au or like them on Facebook. Fresh tasty food, delicious coffee With Every Breakfast Purchased This Sunday 24Th July FREE COFFEE Family friendly Childrens menu Dog friendly All day breakfast Locally owned family business Catering available Fresh and homemade food Dimattina coffee Head chef/owner 25 years experience in hospitality Cater to all dietary requirements Indoor and outdoor/undercover dining Open from 5am-2pm Monday to Saturday and 7am-2pm Sunday Located next to Argos Carwash at 6/7 Coffey St, Tivendale Ph: 8931 2560 www.hungryhearts.com.au ADVERTORIAL


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