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The Northern Territory news Fri 25 Sep 2015

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The Northern Territory news Fri 25 Sep 2015

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NT news

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The Northern Territory news; NewspaperNT

Date

2015-09-25

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English

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

Publisher name

News Corp Australia

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Darwin

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application/pdf

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News Corp Australia

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

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https://hdl.handle.net/10070/258439

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https://hdl.handle.net/10070/503305

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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25 2015 NEWS 09 V1 - NTNE01Z01MA Models to battle for party isle trip DARWINS top bikini models will strut their stuff at Monsoons on Sunday for the Grand Final of this years Miss Ibiza competition. Finalist Tiana Haste said she expected the competition to be hot, with the winner taking home two return tickets to Ibiza and $1000 in prizemoney. Ms Haste, 23, represented the Territory at a national swimsuit modelling competition in Queensland earlier this year, where she finished equal second. She said nearly all the models in Sundays final were a realistic chance of winning the trip to the Spanish party island. I actually had no idea where Ibiza was before the competition, she said. But I looked it up and it looks amazing, the beaches there look absolutely incredible. Finalists have already progressed through a series of heats. At the end of the day its all about having enjoyed yourself up on stage, Ms Haste said. For me the most important thing is to have fun. Organiser Chalotte Carlsen said 10 models will compete in the final. A lot of them have been V8 grid girls or won modelling competitions in the past, she said. She said the competition is expected to bring in hundreds of spectators. She said the competition is one of the most popular nights on Monsoons calendar. The grand final kicks off from 5pm at Monsoons on Mitchell St. IF YOU want to win big at Lotto, the statistics suggest a trip into Darwins city centre is all it takes. Darwin CBD is the top Northern Territory suburb for Division One wins in the two years to August 30. There were four wins totalling a whopping $24,116,440.22 that came from Darwin CBD purchases. Next were Howard Springs, and Palmerston as a collective, with each area producing two wins. Howard Springs saw $3,677,974.83 given out while in Palmerston $1,473,896.05 was won. Parap followed, with one winning ticket worth $10,000,000. The information was collated as News Corp revealed there were more than $14 million in unclaimed prizes still waiting for their winners across Australia. Territorians are proactive when it comes to claiming priz SCHOOL HOLIDAY MOVIE GUIDE YOUR FAVOURITE WEEKEND READ THE GOSS FROM AROUND THE TERRITORY Real estate, careerone and carsguide liftouts Frontier magazine Bushranger TOMORROW GREAT READING IN THE AND THIS WEEKEND SUNDAY CAREERONE.COM.AU SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26 2015 CLASSIFIEDS 01 V0 - NTNE01Z01CO LEGAL ASSISTANTPROVIDE KEY SUPPORT This local law firm is seeking an experienced Legal Assistant to support its team in a permanent, full-time capacity. In this busy and varied role, youll be responsible for assisting Solicitors with diary management, filing, drafting documents and corresponding with various stakeholders. Youll have exceptional communication skills and will be comfortable liaising with senior clients and colleagues. Youll excel in a fast-paced, high pressure environment and will be able to meet demanding deadlines with a high level of confidentiality and discretion. With a flexible and proactive approach to your work, youll also be professionally presented. Previous personal injury legal experience will be highly regarded. Contact Rebecca Sainsbury at rsain@hays.com.au or 08 8943 6000. hays.com.au ENTRY LEVEL SITE MANAGER/CA LEAD & DELIVER A KEY PROJECT FINANCE MANAGERSUPPORT & ADVISE hays.com.au hays.com.au This major fit out company is recruiting for an experienced entry level Site Manager/CA to assist on a key project in the Northern Territory. This position will see you assist the Project Manager onsite with the daily running of the project, invoicing and OHS. Youll be able to accurately record information and have a high level of administration skills. You must have a strong technical aptitude and be able to manage project contractors, suppliers and timelines. This role will suit a graduated construction professional with solid postgraduate experience. Contact James Bowden at jybow@hays.com.au or 08 8943 6000. An excellent opportunity has become available for an experienced Finance Manager to join a local Indigenous not-for-profit organisation in Darwin. As the Finance Manager youll be responsible for the preparation of financial statements and reports, budgets in consultation with the CFO, assisting external auditors, overseeing the finance team and any other ad hoc duties as required. Youll have strong experience in a similar position, excellent communication skills, possess a relevant formal accounting qualification and be a teamplayer. Youll also have strong working knowledge of MS Office. Contact Nicola Masson at nmaso@hays.com.au or 08 8943 6000. V1 - ADVE01Z01CO SATURDAY 19. 9. 2015 ABILITY TO CARE HOME & HOSEDJobs in one healthcare sector are forecast to more than double in the next few years thanks to changes in policy. Find out some of the key roles and employers on offer. FULL STORY INSIDE Working flexibly may be on the rise but what can you do if you want to work from home and the boss is not keen? CareerOnes panel of experts advise on the options workers have. FULL STORY INSIDE TRAINING & COURSES [ P 1 1 - 1 2 ] RADIO PRODUCER Pay Summary $k SOURCE: PayScale 36 51 75 EXECUTIVE JOBS P3 TEACHING P4 HOSPITAL, MEDICAL P6 TRADES & TECHNICAL P10 HOSPITALITY P11 SELF EMPLOYMENT P11 POSITIONS WANTED P11 RESUMES P11 Plug into pay day You may be surprised whos offering money to help you study. Lauren Ahwan reports Picture: TO BY ZERN A HOW TO MOVE UP THE LADDER Think working hard will get you a promotion? Think again. There are other attributes the boss is looking for workers to show before they can be appointed toa more senior role, such as teamwork. FULL STORY INSIDE COURIERMAIL.COM.AU SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13 2014 CLASSIFIEDS 1 SENIOR PROJECT MANAGERLEAD A TEAM This established privately owned construction organisation is seeking an experienced Residential Project Manager to join their team on a permanent basis for an exciting new project. Responsible for their own large residential, industrial and commercial construction, this organisation is an industry leader with a strong history throughout Queensland and Australia. With over 40 years of success, this organisation is renowned for their quality in both design and construction. As the Project Manager you will ensure that all the requirements are met, the project is completed on time and within budget and that everyone is completing their work to the right quality standards. You will be leading a large team of tradespeople and labourers delivering this exciting project with a substantial life span and a value of circa $50 million.This role will require someone with solid residential exposure and experience working on projects over $15 million in value as a minimum.To be successful you will have extensive experience on high end multi-storey residential projects and possess a strong understanding of commercial, residential and mix-use construction processesand practices. In return you will be off ered a permanent position within an organisation that is on the up and up, an above average salary package, as well as a dynamic working culture. Contact Timothy Chapman attimothy.chapman@hays.com.au or 07 3231 2601. hays.com.au CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICERACHIEVE SUSTAINABLE GROWTH Infl uential leadership role. Based in Mackay. With signifi cant groundwork already achieved, this not-for-profi t organisation is seeking their next Chief Executive Offi cer (CEO) with a passion for the Mackay region. This organisations mission is to improve the Mackay region through consulting with the community and informing best practice around regional planning, policy development and economic development strategies. Through engaging all levels of Government, you will form strategic plans that are consistent and effi cient, thereby ensuring prosperous and sustainable outcomes. Reporting to the Board of Directors, this is a relationship driven and growth orientated role. You will be an accomplished leader with signifi cant management experience and great enthusiasm for company growth. Your understanding and passion for the region coupled with your superior communication skills will allow you to build meaningful relationships with a range of stakeholders including small business owners and industry leaders. With a deep appreciation of the economic pillars of the region, its envisaged that you will have existing local networks. Off ering competitive remuneration and a company vehicle, this is a rewarding role where you will see real results from your leadership. Contact Gemma Ledbury at exec.brisbane@hays.com.au or 07 3114 0002. hays.com.au SATURDAY 13. 9. 2014 HOW TO WRITE YOUR OWN PAY CHEQUE COMMISSION-based roles give workers the chance to determine their own salary based on their efforts, rather than what the boss is prepared to give. FULL STORY INSIDE MECHANICAL ENGINEER 49 71 Pay Summary $k SOURCE: PayScale 117 TRAINING & COURSES [ P 1 5 - 1 6 ] TRADE LESSONS Put the spark back in highschool by enrolling in skills-based subjects. Lauren Ahwan reports MORE THAN 320 JOB ADS EXECUTIVES P4 TRANSPORT P7 GOVERNMENT P8-9 Picture: CA M PBELL BRO D IE Disability workforce expected to double with the introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme. STORY >>PAGE 4 V0 - NTNE01Z01CG Happy mediumHappy medium Hyundai moves up to the mid-SUV class P2 bridgetoyota.com.au Darwin 1 Stuart Highway 8946 0000 Palmerston 79 Chung Wah Tce 8935 1000 Bridge Toyota TOYOTA ACCESS A SMARTER WAY TO BUY 2015 New-Look Camry Altise 2015 Aurion ATX $28,990driveaway[A]from + 4.9% COMPARISON RATE FROM $99 PER WEEK [C] with Toyota Access + 4.9% COMPARISON RATE FROM $119 PER WEEK [B] with Toyota Access [A] Recommended driveaway pricing is applicable for Private, Bronze and Silver fl eet customers, and primary producers on selected 2015 plate Camry Altise & Aurion ATX models only. Off er available on vehicles purchased on or before 30/09/2015 unless off er is extended. Recommended driveaway price shown includes 12 months registration, 12 months compulsory third party insurance (CTP), a maximum dealer delivery charge and stamp duty. New-Look Camry Altise includes metallic paint in driveaway price. [C]$99.00 per week, [B]$119.00 per week is available on a Toyota Access Consumer Loan to approved personal applicants of Toyota Finance to fi nance the purchase of a new [C]Camry Altise Petrol, [B]Aurion ATX. Driveaway price of [C]$28,990, [B]$30,990 (includes 12 months registration, 12 months compulsory third party insurance, dealer delivery and stamp duty), less a deposit of [C]$2,950, [B]$2650 with 47 monthly repayments in arrears not exceeding [C]$547.04 [B]$515.07 and a balloon fi nal payment (equal to the GFV) of [C]$9,441.87 [B]$7,691.28. Additional interest changes accrue whenever a balloon fi nal payment option is selected. Based on annual percentage rate of 6.98%. Terms and conditions, fees and charges apply. Off er valid until 30/09/2015. Comparison rate of 4.90% is based on a 5 year secured consumer fi xed rate loan of $30,000. WARNING: This comparison rate is true only for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Diff erent terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a diff erent comparison rate. Toyota Finance is a division of Toyota Finance Australia Limited ABN 48 002 435 181, AFSL and Australian Credit licence 392536. For Guaranteed Future Value (GFV) is the minimum value of your new or approved demonstrator Toyota at the end of your fi nance contract, as determined by Toyota Finance, subject to fair wear and tear conditions and agreed kilometres being met. Please speak with your Dealer for more information. Toyota Access is also available to approved business applicants, please speak with your Dealer for more information. For full terms and conditions visit Toyota.com.au/special-off ers. LMVD001 BT5222 $30,990driveaway[A]from V2 - NTNE01Z01RE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2014 REACH FOR THE STARSIN TROPICAL OASIS STORY >> P3 FIND YOUR DREAM HOUSE, CAR OR JOB City best bet for chasing fortune es, with no major prizes left unclaimed. But the biggest monetary prize that remains unclaimed is for $2,136,327.52 from the TattsLotto draw on July 4 this year. The $2 million ticket was purchased in the Victorian town of Sunbury, with a population of more than 33,000, northwest of Melbourne. Tatts Lotteries spokeswoman Elissa Lewis said the most prize money was claimed. Fortunately, it is rare for a division one prize to remain unclaimed for an extended period of time unclaimed prizes are generally for small prize amounts, she said. (Though) we have had customers who havent been able to present their lotto ticket and believe they have won a prize. Some of the excuses they have given include they threw it in the bin by mistake, the dog ate it, their ticket went through the wash or that it blew out the car window. She said the best piece of advice for players was to register their entries to a player card. KATINA VANGOPOULOS and IAN HORSWILL Tiana Haste, 23, is a finalist in this years Miss Ibiza contest at Monsoons Picture: ELISE DERWIN N T1 69 83


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