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The Northern Territory news Fri 12 Jul 2013

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Title

The Northern Territory news Fri 12 Jul 2013

Other title

NT news

Collection

The Northern Territory news; NewspaperNT

Date

2013-07-12

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Language

English

Subject

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

Publisher name

News Corp Australia

Place of publication

Darwin

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application/pdf

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Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

News Corp Australia

License

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

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/246750

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/581298

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46 NT NEWS. Friday, July 12, 2013. CLASSIFIEDS 8944 9999 www.ntnews.com.au P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 1 2 -J U L -2 0 1 3 P A G E : 4 6 C O L O R : K Public notices LIQUOR ACT 2nd NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A LICENCE TO SELL LIQUOR I, Kim Lien Ly, on behalf of D & C GOURMENT PTY LTD, HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I have applied to the Northern Territory Licensing Commission for an Off Premises Liquor Licence to sell liquor from the premises known as Kims Fish n Chips located at SHOP 10 STOKES HILL WHARF, DARWIN NT. PROPOSED TRADING DETAILS for the sale of liquor are as follows: l The concept of the premises will be that of a cafe, with alcohol available for takeaway by customers of Kims Fish n Chips and other wharf patrons to consume at the wharf during liquor trading hours. Patrons will be able to purchase their food and beverages from the cafe and consume it at the seating areas provided within the wharf precinct. l Patrons may purchase alcohol without the requirement of purchasing or consuming a meal. Consumption of liquor without a meal is not to be advertised or promoted. l Liquor may be sold from 10:00 hours until 22:00 hours, seven days a week. l All alcoholic beverages to be sold in opened containers. l No more than six (6) units of beverage to be sold to an individual customer on each occasion. This is the second notice of application. The objection period is deemed to commence from Friday, 12 July 2013. (date of publication of second notice). Pursuant to Section 47F(2) of the Liquor Act an objection may only be made on the ground that the grant of the licence may or will adversely affect: (a) the amenity of the neighbourhood where the premises the subject of the application are or will be located; or (b) health, education, public safety or social conditions in the community. Only those persons, organisations or groups described in Section 47F(3) of the Liquor Act may make an objection. Section 47G of the Liquor Act requires the Director of Licensing to inform the applicant of the substance of any objection. This will include the identity and where relevant the address of the objector. For further information regarding this application contact the Director of Licensing on telephone 8999 1800. Objections to this application should be lodged in writing with the Director of Licensing, Gambling and Licensing Services, GPO Box 1154, Darwin, within thirty (30) days of the commencement date of the objection period. Dated this 12th Day of July 2013. 1052166v6 Public notices PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT BOOKINGS REQUIRED IN WRITING OFFICE HOURS DEADLINES, TERMS AND CONDITIONS, SPECIFICATIONS www.ntnews.com.au/ advertising CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION To Place Your Career One Ad Ph 8944 9999 1055073v6 Public notices Howard Springs Road/Whitewood Road Intersection ASPHALT WORKS Asphalt works will be undertaken at the intersection of Howard Springs and Whitewood Road on Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 July 2013. In the interest of public safety, a speed restriction of 40km/h will be in place with short delays expected. 0RWRULVWVDUHXUJHGWRDGKHUHWRDOOVLJQDJHDQGWUDIFPDQDJHPHQWLQ SODFHDQGWRIROORZWKHGLUHFWLRQVRIWUDIFFRQWUROOHUV For further information contact Department of Infrastructure Senior project Manager Niraj Gurung on 8999 4660, email howardsprings.doi@nt.gov.au or visit www.nt.gov.au/infrastructure UPDATE #14 1 0 0 5 3 6 1 D 5 D 2 3 F NT NEWS & SUNDAY TERRITORIAN COMPETITION TERMS & CONDITIONS & PRIVACY POLICY Employees of Nationwide News Pty Limited - NT Division, their families and associated companies with our promotions are ineligible to enter those promotions. The promoter accepts no responsibility for late, lost or miss-directed mail. Entry into those promotions deems consent to use prize winners names and photographs for any promotional purposes. The judges decision in relation to all aspects of the competition is final. No correspondence will be entered into. Any additional costs incurred by the winner, other than those that form part of the prize are the responsibility of the winner. By entering into this competition you accept all terms and conditions. The promoter is Nationwide News Pty Limited - NT Division, Printers Place, Darwin NT 0800. This edition of Northern Territory News/Sunday Territorian may contain offers, or competitions which require you to provide information about yourself. Nationwide News collects this information to include you in these competitions and may also use the information to assist us in improving our goods and services and to contact you in the future with special offers. We may share your information with our Australian related companies. We or they may be in touch by any means, at any time n the future to let you know about goods, services, or promotions which may be of interest to you. We may also share your information with other persons or entities that assist us in running competitions or with other companies who provide prizes. This company is part of a global media and entertainment company. We would like to share your information with these overseas related companies so they can contact you with special offers, but if you would prefer us not to, please write to our Privacy Officer at: GPO Box 1300, Darwin NT 0801. You can also gain access to your personal information by contacting our privacy officer. 1015704V1 FULL body relaxation massage. CBD. Private. 0409 879 635. 1031135v2 LOST TITLE Vol 615 Fol 095 Town of Darwin Lot 4067. If found please contact Kathryn Gale on 08 7210 0705. 1089275v4 MASSAGE. A deep tissue full body sports, relieve stress, relax, $65 per hr. Call John at Nightcliff, 7 days, on 0439 570 997. 1010347v2 MASSAGE The Tiger Room. Traditional Thai massage. Shop 28/21 Cavanagh St, Metro Building. Ph Alex 0415 640 242. Open 7 days. 1076459v2 MICKEY LI Chinese Massage. 7 days, 9am-7pm. 1hr $60 full body. Wagaman Shops. Phone 0431 118 798 or 8928 0868. 1051213v4 NEED to talk to someone who cares? If you feel you or someone you know may be at risk, please call Lifeline now on 13 11 14. 1093192V1 NEW NARCOTICS Anonymous. If drugs have become a problem (any drugs, not necessarily narcotics) there is help. Darwin meetings held every Wed 6:30pm - 7:30pm, St Pauls Centre, Frances Street, opposite St Pauls Primary School, Nightcliff. Sat 1-2.30pm, Christchurch Cathedral, City. 0402 939 881. 1005028v14 NOTICE of Lost Certificate of Title. Anyone know the whereabouts of Certificate of Title for 7 Hunt Court Katherine - Lot 1334, Town of Katherine, Plan S73/105A, Volume 584 Folio 002 in the name of Rudolf Kunsek kindly contact Angel Conveyancing on Phone. 08 8981 1086 as soon as possible. 1026975v6 SIDS and Kids NT provides a 24 hour on-call service for anyone affected by the death of a child. Phone 0448 849 234. 1093635V1 NOTICE of Lost Title Deed. Would anyone holding or knowing the whereabouts of the duplicate Certificate as to the Volume 272 Folio 154, Town of Palmerston Lot Number 4116 in the name of Kungarakan Culture and Education Association Inc. Please contact Tsoukalis Lawyers on 08 8942 2611. 1098879v2 SIGN LANGUAGE can help you cope with a hearing loss. Meet others, similar concerns. Contact Deafness Ass. NT 8945 2016 1034451v6 ST VINCENT de PAULS Palmerston Centre is open from 9 am - 4 pm Monday till Friday. We are there to help you. 1033934v12 TABLE TENNIS players wanted for new season. All ages and standards catered for. Come along to the Darwin Table Tennis Association Open Day at Marrara Indoor Stadium Saturday 13 July from 10:00am for free games and BBQ or call 8945 2111. 1055723v3 UNWANTED HOUSEHOLD goods, clothes, books. Please donate to Red Cross. Phone 8924 3900. 1035402v8 VICTIMS of Crime NT offering confidential support for victims of crime. Toll free 1800 672 242. 1093651V1 XI XI Massage. 2hr therapeutic package, (1hr deep tissue, shoulder, body, foot, & head, 20min ea $125). 1/24 Cavenagh St. 0451 170 748. 1079411v3 1055114v4 Classified Ad Line Phone 8944 9999 Auctions GENERAL AUCTION TOMORROW SATURDAY 13 TH JULY 8.30AM START INSPECTION TODAY - 8.00AM - 4.00PM ITEMS INCLUDE: Gazda 32G Dustmaster Polisher, Nilfisk BA 531D Commercial Scrubber/Dryer, 6x4 Trailer with Tool Box, Mitsubishi L900 Express Van, Abandoned Cars, Jewellery, Telescopic Sights, Office Furniture, Lounge & Dining Suites, Bicycles, Bull Bars, Trail Bikes, Microwaves, Oxy Pipe Cutter, Welding Rods & Wire, Engel Car Fridge, Exhaust Fans, Spray Guns & Paint, Electronic Whiteboards, Household Goods, Ladders, Bar Fridge Sound Systems, Drop Saw, DVDs, Work Benches & Trestles, Garden Gloves, Chain Saws, Generators, Power Tools, Bar Stools, Gym Equipment, Bookshelves & Many More Items. Stools, Gym Equipment, Bookshelves & Many More Items. Legal notices LIQUOR ACT 2nd NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR VARIATION OF LICENCE CONDITIONS OF LIQUOR LICENSED PREMISES FIDDLERS GREEN FINSIO PTY LTD, HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that it has applied to the Northern Territory Licensing Commission for a variation of licence conditions for the premises, Fiddlers Green, Liquor Licence (number 80818238), located at 19 Kitchener Dr, Darwin, NT, 0800. Variations sought l To extend the trading hours of the Alfresco area of Fiddlers Green to 23:30 (seven days a week), to match the internal licensed area. The premises other licence conditions will remain unchanged. This is the second notice of application. The objection period is deemed to commence from Friday, 12 July 2013. Pursuant to Section 47F(2) of the Liquor Act an objection may only be made on the ground that the extension of trading hours may or will adversely affect: (a) the amenity of the neighbourhood where the premises the subject of the application are or will be located; or (b) health, education, public safety or social conditions in the community. Only those persons, organisations or groups described in Section 47F(3) of the Liquor Act may make an objection. Section 47G of the Liquor Act requires the Director of Licensing to inform the applicant of the substance of any objection. This will include the identity and where relevant the address of the objector. For further information regarding this application contact the Director of Licensing on telephone 8999 1800. Objections to this application should be lodged in writing with the Director of Licensing, GPO Box 1154, Darwin, within thirty (30) days of the commencement date of the objection period. Dated this 12th day of July 2013. 1025382v5 1055306v4 Births Deaths Marriages Engagements all require signatures prior to publication


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