Territory Stories

Sun newspapers Wed 29 Oct 2014



Sun newspapers Wed 29 Oct 2014


Sun newspapers; NewspaperNT




This publication contains may contain links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.




Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin Region

Publisher name

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

Place of publication



Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

Nationwide News Pty. Limited



Parent handle


Citation address


Page content

10 NOTICES WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 29 2014 SUBE01Z01MA - V1 CRAFT FAIR SALTWATER Christmas Craft Fair, features stalls selling art, craft, jewellery, home furnishings, ceramics, glass, clothing, toys, decorations, beauty products, sculpture and more, Darwin Waterfront, November 23, 10am to 3pm. POETRY LUNCH FRIENDS of the Taminmin Library will launch the 2014 Seniors Poetry Lunch Anthology and Rural Reflections Anthology on November 22, 1pm, at Taminmin Community Library, Challoner Circuit, Humpty Doo. Call 8988 1200, email bush.library@nt.gov.au or visit www.ntl.nt.gov.au/Taminmin WRITING RIGHT PALMERSTONS Own Writers invite you to the launch of their 3rd Anthology representing the original work of 20 local writers, November 14, 6-7pm, Palmerston Library. Email sandra@parkershouse.net or call 0427 451949. TIME TO TANGO NORTHERN Tango social community dancing, classes every Thursday from October 30 to December 4 at Coconut Grove Hall, Musgrave Crescent, Coconut Grove, 7pm to 8pm Beginners, 8pm to 9pm Continuing, $12 per class. Plus practice sessions every Sunday from 5pm to 7pm, $5. Call 0448 664 593 or email northerntango@ gmail.com OPEN SCHOOL VISIT Milkwood Steiner School October 31, 9am, families welcome; 6pm, adults only information and tour, focusing on 0-7 year olds; November 21, 9am, families welcome. Scholarships open for new enrolments into Class 3-6. Email info@milkwood.nt.edu.au or call 8947 0608. SENIORS HELP INFORMATION, advice, support and social activities for those aged 50 and over. Contact COTA NT on 8941 1004 or email events@cotant.org.au. Senior volunteers always welcome for a variety of jobs. SOCIAL BINGO BINGO for seniors, Mondays, 10am 1pm, costs up to $17, no need to book. COTA NT, Spillett House, 65 Smith Street, Darwin FUN FRIDAYS FREE fun for seniors on Fridays in October, 12pm 3pm, puzzles, card games, DVD courses, conversation, music and dance. Phone 8941 1004 COTA NT, Spillett House, 65 Smith Street, Darwin BUS DRIVERS NEEDED DRIVERS holding a current LR licence are required to help multicultural seniors get out and about in Darwin on Mondays and Thursdays. Call Lina on 8941 1004. ROCK N ROLL SOCIAL rock n roll dancing, Tuesdays, 7.30-10pm, Darwin Golf Club, Links Rd, Marrara, call 8985 6680. GUIDING HAND GIRL Guides NT needs leaders. Email scggnt@iinet.net.au or call Linda on (08) 8981 3628. JUNIOR TOUCH NRL TOUCH football, 15 and under, Mondays, 6pm, Darwin Turf Club, call 8927 0532 or visit nttouch.com.au. SING ALONG SONG For All. No auditions. Every Tuesday, 7pm to 9pm, Essington Primary School. Try for free your first night. PARKINSONS HELP SUPPORT group for people with Parkinsons and their families and carers. Third Tuesday of month, 10am-noon, Palmerston Quest Apartments. Call Jean on 8983 2474 or email jcjagst@gmail.com. PROBUS CLUB PALMERSTON Combined Probus Club Inc meets at Cazalys on the third Thursday of each month at 10.30am. All welcome. Phone 0450 527 915. INDOOR CROQUET SENIORS can enjoy croquet in air-conditioned comfort followed by morning tea at Palmerston Aquatic Centre, Wednesdays, 10am-12 noon, $2. Phone Ann on 8931 1405. SENIOR BOWLS PALMERSTON Senior Carpet Bowls, Thursdays, 9-11.30am, YMCA Drop-in Centre, Satepak House. $3.50 includes morning tea and raffle. Phone Ann on 8931 1405. JOIN 50+ CLUB BEAT social isolation with the Palmerston 50+ Club, with regular activities, events, outings and lunches, Tuesdays, 9am-1pm, Gray Community Hall, $5. Phone 8931 0963 or 8931 1405. IT TIPS & TRICKS DARWIN Seniors Computer Club, Casuarina Library Community Room, 2pm, first Saturday of the month. Phone 8948 1274, or email dscc@trainingmy-computer.com. SURVIVORS UNITE BREAST cancer survivors gather every second Tuesday, Ben and Sams Cafe, Palmerston, 10am, 0427 845 950. CARER SUPPORT MENTAL health carers support group meets Wednesdays, 2pm to 4pm, Kezia Puricks rooms in Coolalinga. Phone 8948 1051. ORCHID LOVE LITCHFIELD Orchid Club, first Wednesday of month, Howard Park Hall, Whitewood Rd, Howard Springs, 8pm. Call 8983 2946. AUTISM HELP PARENT support group every second Wednesday, 7-9pm, Ken Vowles office, Rapid Creek Shopping Centre. 8948 4424. COOKING GROUP WOMEN from indigenous and refugee backgrounds are invited to My Sisters Kitchen, Chambers Crescent Theatre, Malak Shopping Centre, for food and skill sharing, Mondays, 4.30-6.30pm. Visit mysisterskitchen.org.au. KARATE CLASS KARATE, Moil Primary School, Mon, Weds, Fri, 6-9 years, 3.30pm-4.30pm, 9-12 years, 3.30-5.15pm. 0431 518127. TIME TO MEET NIGHTCLIFF Lions Club, Community Centre in Bauhinia St, Nightcliff, second and fourth Tuesdays of the month, 6.30pm. Call 0438 206 611. HELP FOR AMPUTEES ARE you an amputee? Integrated disability Action Inc is looking to set up a support group. Phone 8948 5400. ROTARY CLUB ROTARY Litchfield/Palmerston meets Weds, 7pm, Palmerston Game Fishing Club, Catalina Road. Phone 8983 1541 or 0407 155 639. PLANT LOVERS FRIENDS of Darwin Botanic Gardens need help on Thursdays, 8.30-11.30am. Phone 8927 1461. LIONS CLUB CASUARINA Lions meets every second and fourth Monday at Tracy Village Social & Sports Club. Phone 8985 2797. BE DRAMATIC DARWIN Community Arts free drama workshops, Chambers Crescent Theatre, Malak Shopping Centre, Thurs, 6.30pm. Phone 8945 7347 or www.dar wincommunity arts.org.au. HOUSING HELP DARWIN Womens Housing Association is looking for women in need of affordable, longterm housing. Call 0469 940 920. MIND MATTERS MENTAL Health Fellowship services: Mon yoga, Tues art, Wed massage, Thurs gardening, Fri. BBQ. Call 8948 1051 or email Mi.Place@mifant.org.au. LEARN ENGLISH ENGLISH for Everyday Living at Casuarina Public Library, Mondays, 9am to noon. Phone Cecilia on 8927 3108. ARTHRITIS HELP ARTHRITIS & Osteoporosis NT, phone 8948 5232, 9.30am to 2pm, Mon-Thurs. aont.org.au. RURAL LIONS LITCHFIELD Lions Club, second and fourth Mon of month, Freds Pass Reserve, 0438 802 653 or 0428 816 696. SENIORS HELP LIFE Without Barriers offers domestic help and more for seniors in need. Phone 8930 2300. M 2 6 7 0 6 DARWINS FIRST IS NOW OPEN Straight from the shipping container ... to the warehouse to you From 1.0HP Single Split Systems to 10HP Commercial Airconditioning Units 6 Delatour Street, Coconut Grove. T: 8985 2814 E: dawarehouse@yahoo.com.au THE BIG GES T BR AND S AT WAR EHO USE PRI CES Palmerston GP Super Clinic is part of FCD Health Ltd Urgent Care Walk-In Service available WERE HERE FOR YOU WHEN YOU NEED US MOST Palmerston Health Precinct 3 Gurd Street, Farrar Call 8919 8919 For all your health care needs General Practice Dietician Physiotherapy Psychology Chronic Disease Management Emergency Medical Care Appointments available: Monday Friday 8 am 8 pm Walk in Service: Monday Friday 6 pm 8pm Saturday Sunday 8 am 10 pm We bulk bill: children under 16 years of age pension and concession card holders DVA card holders; and people of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island descent for General Practice services for which a Medicare rebate is paid. Visitors & New Patients Welcome!! to start our new life together? Your local Mortgage Choice broker can help you cut through all the complexities of choosing a home loan and apply for the First Home Owner Grant. Itll make getting your home loan easier than a trip down the aisle. Talk to us today. how d oes i t fee l 89 414 600 2 Nylander Street, Parap NT MortgageChoice.com.au/tony.schelling Know the feeling

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are advised that this website may contain the names, voices and images of people who have died, as well as other culturally sensitive content. Please be aware that some collection items may use outdated phrases or words which reflect the attitude of the creator at the time, and are now considered offensive.

We use temporary cookies on this site to provide functionality.
By continuing to use this site without changing your settings, you consent to our use of cookies.