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 06 SUN NEWSPAPERS, Tuesday, July 19, 2016 NTNE01Z01DS - V1 together and help newly arrived immigrants find their feet, Mr McDougall said. The monthly dinners continued without funding, and relied on volunteers, the occasional sponsorship and $5 donations from guests. Theres local entertainment, people sing and dance, he said. Theres also an artistic element to the evening, he said: It enables different com munities to display their work. DCA executive officer Chris tian Ramilo said between 100 and 200 people attended the dinner each month. Its costing money we dont make money out of it, Mr Ramilo said. Were determined to continue it. Mr Ramilo, who had been involved in the community dinner since its inception, said the event provided a platform for Territory artists and performers. At the end of the dinner, nothing is wasted, with volunteers packing up leftover food for people to take home with them. The next monthly dinner will be on Monday, July 25 between 6pm and 8pm, at the Chambers Crescent Theatre in Malak. Everyone is welcome to attend. Jim McDougall, Maria Kroes and Danny Pattiselanno are looking forward to this month's Darwin Community Arts dinner Food and art the best recipeFood and art the best recipe HUNGRY Top Enders, get your knives and forks at the ready. On the last Monday of every month for the past four years, Darwin Community Arts has hosted a community dinner. Jim McDougall said the dinner was about inclusivity. It started as part of a Department of Immigration initiative, designed to get people Wet world breezes in A WATER play park has been opened in one of Darwins newest northern suburbs. The park was officially christened at Defence Housing Australias development Breezes Muirhead, 14km from the CBD, last week. The park features waterwheels, dams, switches and pumps, made in a way as to demonstrate water management. It will also include a large area of open green space, aimed for ball games and family picnics. DHAs managing director Jan Mason said the organisation was proud to deliver the first water play park within a residential community in the NT. The parks at Breezes Muirhead encourage an outdoor lifestyle and ... are integral to delivering a cohesive, vibrant community with strong connectivity to neighbouring suburbs, Ms Mason said. The water play park is one of four community parks within the development. In addition, Breezes Muirhead also features more than 5km of walking and cycling trails. More than 85 per cent of land lots at the DHA suburb have now sold. LAUREN ROBERTS Children playing in the new community water play park WEEKEND Paper Delivery + Digital Print Edition WEEKEND Paper Delivery + Unrestricted Digital Access Access to NT News Digital Print Edition Unrestricted digital access to the Herald Sun, The Courier-Mail, Daily Telegraph and The Advertiser on all your devices NT News paper home delivery on Saturday Sunday Territorian paper home delivery on Sunday NT News paper home delivery Monday to Friday A foxsports.com.au digital subscription included Full access to SuperCoach Gold with extra info, analysis, stats & player projections Access to Herald Sun +Rewards worth $100s a year SUBSCRIBE TODAY TO THE NT NEWS PER WEEK* $4.00 / WEEK BILLED 4 WEEKLY* $16M I N . COST * Memberships automatically renew as follows Weekend Paper Delivery + Digital Print Edition $4/wk, $16 billed 4 weekly; Weekend Paper Delivery + Unrestricted Digital Access $7/wk, $28 billed 4 weekly. All offers have access to the NT News Digital Print Edition. A Digital Print Edition subscription provides access via a secure login to view an exact digital replica of the printed edition of the NT News. A Digital Print Edition subscription is for a period of time and not a specified number of downloads. Weekend Paper Delivery + Unrestricted Digital Access introductory offer has access to the NT News Digital Print Edition and unrestricted digital access to The Courier-Mail, The Daily Telegraph, The Advertiser and the Herald Sun. Payment in advance by credit/debit card or PayPal only. Renewals occur unless cancelled. On and from 4 July 2016, each payment, once made, is non-refundable, subject to law. Offers are only available where normal same day home delivery exists for NT residents and not where additional freight is ordinarily charged. New customers only. Not in conjunction with any other offer. Full offer terms and conditions apply - see www.ntnews.com.au/subscriptionterms for full details. For further information or to subscribe call 1800 157 681. GREAT VALUE $7.00 / WEEK BILLED 4 WEEKLY* $28M I N . COST Subscribe today ntnews.com.au/subscribe 1800 157 681