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20 Sun Newspapers WEDNESDAY, July 31, 2013. Psychology for Life DISCOVERY. HEALING. CHANGE. 0400 441 384 n www.psychforlife.com Be the change you want to see in yourself Do you want to change? Are you struggling with decisions? Do you want time to think properly? We can help through Hypnotherapy n Help you understand yourself n Identify your real motivation to change n Get real help that is about you, for you. If you want independent advice and treatment of your problems, call now and take the first step. Stephen McGreevy BA, GDAP, DACH 1414 44 77 99 1212 2929 1818 1616 2727 2323 3838 3333 4444 3535 5252 4646 6060 5151 4747 7474 6262 7171 6767 7373 @ Palmerston Golf Course Cnr. University Ave & Dwyer Cct. Driver, NT 0830 EVERY TUESDAY @ 7:30PM INFORMATION FOR MEMBERS AND BONAFIDE GUESTS All Proceeds to For More Information or Bookings 8932 1324 CA$H Prizes to be WON! Just like my beautiful Kelpie, Brandy, a breed renowned for hard work, dedication and achieving results ... SO AM I! Annabelle Miles 0401 474 398 email@example.com Shop 1 Freds Pass Road, Humpty Doo Licensed Land and Business Agents Selling your home? When Experience, Action & Knowledge = RESULTS call me... NEW STORE NOW OPEN IN YARRAWONGA Batteries for your car, truck, quad, motorbike, right through to household and mobile phones Chargers, inverters, 12V products and solar kits Led lighting for your boat or camping Outback Extreme Gear AND HEAPS MORE! COOLALINGA 08 8983 1388 Stavris Shops, 465 Stuart Hwy YARRAWONGA 08 8983 4098 Yarrawonga Village next to Burson Auto Parts - entry via Yarrawonga Road A further 25% off Road Bikes currently in store Get $60 off a new bike purchased especially for this event. Simply show your registration form in store today! The Gran Fondo (From Mandorah to Darwin bike ride) 11th August KNOWLEDGABLE, FRIENDLY STAFF SERVICE & REPAIRS EXTENSIVE RANGE OF QUALITY BIKE & ACCESSORIES If Its Fit to Ride... Its Bikes to Fit. Ph: 8948 1128Bikes to Fit SHOP 3/273 Bagot Rd, Coconut Grove. KNOWLEDGABLE, FRIENDLY STAFF SERVICE & REPAIRS EXTENSIVE RANGE OF QUALITY BIKE & ACCESSORIES Shop 4 Yanyula Drive, Anula 8927 3589 8945 4054 Carlee Hair Design Come in and see Carmen and girls for: Specialising in Cut & Colour techniques, Hair Extentions & Hair Straightening Highly qualified and caring staff Genuinely affordable Summit to inspire WANT to make a change? Then the youth-led organisation Multicultural Youth Northern Territory (MyNT) wants you. The group is on the lookout for 20 young Territorians who want to develop their ideas for change and lead community projects. This year, MyNT is hosting the Territory Youth Leadership Summit for the second time. Called Kaleidoscope, the summit will unite enthusiastic young leaders from diverse backgrounds with a passion for creating change. Kaleidoscope is designed to be an action-packed weekend filled with opportunities to meet and work together with other young Territorians to develop project ideas that would bring about a better Territory for youth, said MyNTs Chair Alpha Capaque. It is a platform for young people to refine their abilities as a young leader. Territorians aged 15 to 30 are invited to submit applications in writing or on video. The summit will take place over the weekend of October 4-6. Applications close August 31. Visit mynt.org.au Youth put leadership to use Allan Sommerville, chairperson of the Round Table of Young Territorians, and vice chairperson Jess Sullivan. THE Chief Ministers Round Table of Young Territorians is a program that allows young people to communicate directly with the Northern Territory Government. Each year 16 members aged 15 to 25 are selected from across the Territory to participate in the year-long program. Members raise issues they are passionate about and are provided with leadership and skill development opportunities. Members of the 2013 Round Table met for the first time in February. The meeting helped them get to know one another, receive an introduction to government, identify an issue of importance they would like to progress, and elect their chairperson (Allan Sommerville, Darwin) and vice chairperson (Jess Sullivan, Mataranka/ Palmerston). Members met for the second time in May, during which they delved further into their project topics and discussed them with Chief Minister Adam Giles. Members use a variety of methods to engage with young Territorians throughout their term, including the production of a newsletter following each meeting and managing a Facebook page. Visit youth.nt.gov.au/ youthroundtable. Teen survey nears deadline YOUNG Territorians have one week left to have their voices heard in Mission Australias 2013 National Youth Survey. Open to teens between 15 and 19, the annual poll closes on Monday, August 5. Youth Services manager Adrian McCann said the Youth Survey was used by governments to plan and develop services. The survey is a temperature check on what young people are feeling, the issues that concern them and how optimistic they are about the future, Mr McCann said. To take the survey, visit missionaustralia.com.au/annualyouth-survey before August 5. The results will be published later this year.
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