Sunday Territorian 12 Jun 2016
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SUNDAY JUNE 12 2016 SOCIAL SCENE FRONTIER 25 V1 - NTNE01Z01MA Snapped Its the dry season, which means theres no shortage of events in the Top End Check out whos been out and about this week DESPITE the humid weather, around 2000 runners turned up for the annual City2Surf run recently. Regular participants said it was the warmest City2Surf they remembered taking part in. Organisers said the 2016 event had one of the largest intakes theyd ever seen, with the race proving especially popular with women this year. Entrants came from all over the NT, every other state and territory in the country, and even overseas. Punters enjoyed a warm-up and cool-down session, and a sausage sizzle at the end. And they all received a nice piece of bling in the form of a medal. Pictures: ELISE DERWIN Darren Peacock came second in the main event Thomas Central with Benji and Bill Bilton Emma Fitzsimons, Dal Harding and Chris Kelly Beth and Kym Menzies Brodie Bennett and Taytum Deaves Sajan Maska and Dinesh Pandey Campbell Duncan, Frank, Mabel and Winny Miller, Angelique Brett Erin and Bradley Holliday with Mia Koponen Joanne Wood with William and Kieth Pratt Jaden and Cohen West IT was smiles all-round for the most recent batch of graduates from Charles Darwin University. Proud friends and family gathered to see their loved ones awarded degrees and diplomas in a range of subjects including accounting, law, management and business administration. It was well-deserved recognition for the graduates, who have studied long and hard to realise their dreams. Some will go on to take their studies further, while others will enter the workforce, giving Territory businesses a boost of local brain power in the process.Yvonne Grace Caloyon with Graciella Venice Caloyon Tessa Hoogerbrugge Fazil Saadi and Vernika Puri Antonie, Xuelian Angie, Marie and William Ng Ram Kumari Baniya and Asmita Kafle Jaclyn Carter, Tessa Cubillo and Cassandra Hazelbane Avisit Roy, Lukas Vidensky and Hafiz Sufyan Jared Maria Kammis gowns Ragul Jayabal GRADUATION Charles Darwin University CITY2SURF Nightcliff Foreshore Zoe Kopp won the 4km race
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