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Sun newspapers Wed 15 Jul 2015



Sun newspapers Wed 15 Jul 2015


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Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin Region

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Nationwide News Pty. Limited

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WEDNESDAY JULY 15 2015 ENTERTAINMENT 19 V1 - SUBE01Z01MA see NeXT WeeKs PAPeR foR This WeeKs soluTioN ACROSS 1. Snugglepot and Cuddlepies creator (3,5) 6. Michael Edgleys daughter and Rescue: Special Ops star (4) 10. Ex-Deputy PM, beaten by Bill Shorten in 2013 for ALP leader (7,8) 11. Upper Hunter National Park, Barrington .. (4) 12. Member of The Circle (4,6) 14. US singer and X Factor judge (6) 15. Grahame Bond and Rory ODonoghues 1974 hit, ... Aunty Jack (8) 18. Michael Gudinskis ... Records (8) 19. South Sydney and Qld rugby league star, Greg ... (6) 22. Chandon Pictures star and Kerry Packer in Paper Giants (3,7) 24. Sydneys Dunc ... Velodrome (4) 26. Bronze, silver and gold Commonwealth marathon medallist (5,10) 27. Tasmanias highest mountain (4) 28. Abusing ones opponents in cricket (coll) (8) DOWN 2. Australia and NZ as seen from Britain (9) 3. Paul McDermotts panel show, ... News Week (4) 4. Edible crustacean, Moreton ... ... (3,3) 5. Georgie Parker in All Saints, Terri ... (8) 6. Lisa Currys ex-husband and father of Fifi Boxs daughter (5,5) 7. 1972 Miss World, Belinda ... (5) 8. Immigration detention centre near Port Augusta (6) 9. Paul Keatings ex-wife, Annita Van ... (6) 13. Melbourne Park tennis venue, Margaret ... ... (5,5) 16. Kerry Packers Hunter Valley polo stud (9) 17. Only Tasmanian PM (3,5) 18. Jim Cairns secretary, Junie ... (6) 20. Tennis commentator, Liz ... (6) 21. All Saints star and It Takes Two winner, ... Anderson (6) 23. INXS guitarist, Garry ... (5) 25. All alone, Like a ... on a rock (coll) (4) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 CRossWoRD L 1 L 2 E Y 3 T O 4 N H 5 E W 6 I T 7 T H 8 I A R O A E U 9 E 10 N Z N 11 I C O L A R O X O N R A N H L L W B 12 I G M E R I N O P 13 A T 14 T I E O R D W I H N R 15 U D E G 16 A B R I E L T D S 17 P 18 Y I W O 19 W 20 A G T A I L C 21 A R L C 22 R A N I 23 B 24 R Y R 25 O D E N K 26 I N C U M B E R A H L D N E O P 27 E R 28 S O N A L I T Y G 29 I O P I P D G I A S C 30 O M E D Y C O M P A N Y lAsT WeeKs soluTioN OZ-DAR575 For more informatioN VISIT palmerston.nt.gov.au | phone 08 8935 9922 JULY 18 ANNIE GATES OPEN: 6:30pm | Movie starts: 7pm Food & Drink Available | Alcohol Free Event iinet.net.au/nbn 13 19 17 Call before your copper service is terminated. Your phone and net could be cut within weeks because of the NBN rollout. Quota-free Netflix, all local and standard national calls and WiFi modem included Stay connected with iiNet NBN from Total min cost $1,437.60 $5990/month Gurrumul will take to the stage at this years NIMAs. NIMAs stars ready to rock stage THE NIMAs are almost here and this year they are a standalone event, not part of the Darwin Festival. Multi-award winning artist Gurrumul joins the line-up, and will premiere three songs from his forthcoming The Gospel Album. He will be joined by East Journey featuring Yothu Yindi, Frank Yamma, NT favourites from the Tiwi Islands B2M, and The Painted Ladies featuring The Medics. NITV and SBS journalist and presenter Malarndirri McCarthy and cabaret comedian Kamahi Djordon King (aka Constantina Bush) will MC. Music NT executive director Mark Smith said the NIMAs were of cross-cultural importance. The current wave of indigenous music is a breath of fresh air within the mainstream music industry, he said. Audiences are connecting with this in increasing numbers and the awards provide a national platform for recognition. Its also fast becoming known as the best event in the country for cross-cultural engagement; this is something we in Darwin can be proud of. The NIMAs take place on July 25 from 6pm at The Amphitheatre in the George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens. Adults $35, concessions $28, children under 12 free. To buy tickets, visit darwinentertainment.com.au WIN! WIN! WIN! We have one Family Pass (two parents, two grandparents and four children) to the NIMAs to give away. For your chance to win, email your name, address and phone number to mail sun@thesuns.com.au with NIMA in the subject line, by 5pm on July 21.