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08 NEWS FRIDAY JUNE 20 2014 CAVE01Z01MA - V1 Learn to stay safe online INDIVIDUALS in remote communities are being given the opportunity to explore safe communication lines via the internet as part of a new cyber safety training initiative. The project delivered by the Central Australia Youth LinkUp Service, is being rolled out through NT Libraries in Ali Curung, Ikuntji, Papunya, Mount Liebig and Kintore under the Remote Indigenous Public Internet Access program. CAYLUS project worker Leyla Iten said the organisation had been working with small groups to develop regional resources for schools, individuals, families and youth services for internet safety. Access to the internet is increasing in remote areas, and is becoming a very useful and normal part of life for many people living in remote communities, she said. With internet use, remote communities are able to communicate effectively and efficiently in many instances where before, or in many cases, still faxes, mail and landlines are not always available or effective in reaching family, friends or services. Ensuring communities can develop a response to concerns, which may arise out internet use, is something the Australian community is addressing, especially in schools and youth services. (This program) benefits participants by working collaboratively in creating resources, including paintings, stories and media, which is a fun and engaging process while issues of concern regarding cyber safety may be raised and addressed. It is about sharing some of the existing resources ... as well as other relevant media, which are a great platform for talking about local and regional issues. Visit caylus.org.au Sarah Rohweder TECHNOLOGY REPORTER Handy time for children PARENTS can entertain their kids these holidays with free D.I.Y. workshops at Bunnings Warehouse Alice Springs. Bunnings Warehouse Alice Springs Complex Manager Wayne Sheenhan said the free school holiday workshops were a fantastic way for kids to learn a range of D.I.Y. skills that would come in handy around the home and garden. The workshops are perfect for kids who like to express their creativity and get their hands dirty, she said. Workshops will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays and bookings are recommended by calling (08) 8959 8200. Lasseters Hotel and Casino are enjoying the benefits from the World Cup with patrons visiting the Juicy Rump in the early hours of the morning to cheer their team. Picture: JUSTIN BRIERTY AS the world game roared into life this week Alice Springs businesses are bubbling with huge numbers of customers and good sales. Lasseters Hotel is one such business enjoying brisk trade, thanks to Alice Springs locals for supporting the 32 world teams battling for the FIFA World Cup in Brazil. Chief operating officer Chris Sartori said customers and employees were all enjoying the game. At Lasseters the centre of entertainment with nearly 300 people employed from over 50 different nationalities you are guaranteed to see supporters at any of the games screened live at the Juicy Rump and sports bar. Its great to see so many people get behind their home teams, Lasseters and indeed Alice Springs. Youth to go out on strike TOMORROW night children of Alice Springs are invited to chuck on their bowling shoes and stretch those arms. There will be a fun event run by Gap Youth & Community Centre at the Dust Bowl bowling alley. This night of bowling is for children over 10, and is bound to be heaps of fun. There will be unlimited bowling, free food and a free lift home after the event. 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