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Sun newspapers Wed 31 Jul 2013

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Title

Sun newspapers Wed 31 Jul 2013

Collection

Sun newspapers; NewspaperNT

Date

2013-07-31

Description

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Language

English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin Region

Publisher name

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

Place of publication

Darwin

Use

Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

License

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

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/246084

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/584013

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WEDNESDAY, July 31, 2013. Sun Newspapers 27 Shop 22 The Galleria Smith Street Mall P. 8981 3958 FREE GIFT WRAPPING Toys.. gifts.. clothes.. games.. dress ups.. jewellery boxes.. jewellery.. plush.. rocking horses.. money boxes.. bath toys.. novelty toys.. backpacks.. library bags.. pencil cases.. Weve got the green light to put money back in your pocket. Naturally, everytime you dont flick a switch, youre saving money. In light of our everincreasing power costs, you may want to reduce your dependency on electricity by installing skylights. A generous range of daylighting options that are certified deemed to comply with our cyclonic conditions is available at Eco Options. Check them out at the Winnellie showroom or visit the website...> 2/4 Aristos Place, Winnellie phone 8947 4373 www.eco-options.com Shop 4/38 Parap Road, Parap Phone 8981 3377 Open 9 - 5.30pm Weekdays: Open 9 - 1.30pm Saturday Quality Stockist of Mens and Womens fashion and accessories www.countryclassicsdarwin.com.au Like us on Facebook DO YOU LOVE YOUR HAIR? DOES YOUR HAIR FEEL Dull Dry Frizzy? In need of volume? In need of repair? DO YOU JUST NOT KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH IT? AMAZING CONDITIONING TREATMENTS VALUED AT FIFTY-EIGHT DOLLARS OR BOOK IN TODAY for one of our FREE personalised consultation and a FREE blow-dry. and receive a Stone island all about you Master Builders Northern Territory PH: 08 8922 9666 Fax: 08 89229600 Email: info@mbant.com.au Looking for work in the Construction Industry? CPCCOHS1001A en you will need a White Card $110 Members $130 Non-Memebrs Call for our next course Our programs and activities will make you fitter, healthier and give you a strength of mind for the real world. s4!.'3//$/+!2!4% s&)4"/8 s9/'!4!)#() s342%%47)3%3%,&$%&%.#% Call today and bring health & balance to your life... Healthy Mind. Strong Body. Relaxed Spirit 5JMTUPO"WFOVF1BMNFSTUPOtXXXUIFMJGFTUZMFTUVEJPOUDPNBV Love orchids? Then head down to a Litchfield Orchid Club meeting. IT SUPPORT THE Darwin Seniors Computer Club invites you to its monthly computer meetings. Discover tips and tricks and learn about maintenance, internet security and new technology. Casuarina Library meeting room from 2pm, first Saturday of month, Palmerston Library meeting room at 2pm first Wednesday of month. DISABILITY AID INTEGRATED disAbility Action Inc (IdA) actively supports and represents the views of people with disability and those of their family members, carers and guardians. Call 8948 5400 on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 9am2pm, email office@idainc.org.au or visit idainc.org.au HEALTH INFO ARTHRITIS & Osteoporosis NT, 9.30am2pm, MondayThursday at Rapid Creek Business Village, Shop 18, Trower Rd, Millner 0810. Information for sufferers, courses and membership available. Call 8948 5232 for more information. HOUSING THE Darwin Womens Housing Association is looking for women in need of affordable long-term housing. They must participate in the DWHA administrative committee work. It cannot provide emergency housing. For details, call 0428 566 401. 50+ CLUB IF YOU are over 50 and want to meet people, come along to the Palmerston 50+ Club. The club meets at Gray Community Hall, Tuesdays, 9.30am1.30pm. There are many activities, including a monthly lunch and guest speaker. Call 8931 0963. SENIORS TAMINMIN Seniors morning tea at Taminmin Community Library, 10.30amnoon. August 9: Relax, enjoy morning tea and a chat Knitters: bring your squares to make our rug. August 28: Jazz Songs: vocalist Pam Tibbits. SURVIVORS LADIES who have survived breast cancer can get together for morning tea every second Tuesday for support. The group meets at Hungry Hearts Cafe in Palmerston at 10am. For information call Jennie Copley on 0427 845 950. CARER HELP IF YOU care for someone who lives with a mental illness, support is available. Mental health carers support group meets every Wednesday, 2pm 4pm at Kezia Puricks electorate rooms in Coolalinga. Call Mental Health Carers NT 8948 1051. ORCHID LOVE LITCHFIELD Orchid Club meets on the first Wednesday of the month at Howard Park Hall, Whitewood Rd, Howard Springs. Doors 7pm for an 8pm start. Call 8983 2946. AUTISM GROUP TERRITORIANS with autism can get help at Autism NT groups held at Kezia Puricks electorate office on the third Wednesday of the month noon2pm. Visit autismnt.com.au or call 8948 4424 for more details. BE DRAMATIC DARWIN Community Arts holds free adult drama workshops at Chambers Crescent Theatre in Malak Shopping Centre every Thursday at 6.30pm. Call 8945 7347 or see www.darwin communityarts.org.au COOKING GROUP WOMEN from indigenous and refugee backgrounds are encouraged to attend My Sisters Kitchen at Chambers Crescent Theatre in Malak Shopping Centre, Mondays from 3.306pm. Enjoy chatting, food and skill-sharing. See www.mysisterskitchen.org.au PARKINSONS HELP PARKINSONS disease support group meetings at the Quest Apartments, Palmerston, on the first and third Tuesdays of the month from 10amnoon. People with Parkinsons, their carers, and anyone with an interest is welcome. MUSIC AND DANCE SCOTTISH Country Dancing, beginners course starts August 17 at Malak Community Centre. Twelve consecutive lessons, from 2-4pm. No experience or partner needed. For ages up to fit 90. $50, max $100 per family. Call 8927 9203, email anguka@ internode.on.net or visit users.on.net/anguka/ NEW MARKET Calling all creatives showcase your stuff at Darwins first Make It Markit, Saturday, August 10, 9am-1pm, 36 Batten Road, Marrara, to support Youth For Christ Darwin. Email sarahgmcarthur@gmail.com or call 0488 442 532 to book stall. FAMILY TREE Free seminar on How To Get Started In Family History by Genealogical Society, 9.45-11.30am, August 1, National Archives of Australia, Millner. Take a virtual tour through GSNT resources. gsntinc@bigpond.net.au, www.gsnt.org.au, or 8981 7363. HERITAGE Free talk Darwin History WWII held by Genealogical Society, 9.45-11.30am, August 8, National Archives of Australia, Millner. Dr Tom Lewis Oam will present extracts from his book Carrier Attack relating to the first Darwin raid. gsntinc@bigpond.net.au, www.gsnt.org.au, or 8981 7363. NT HISTORY FREE talk by Pearl Ogden Oam on The History Of The Gardens Road Cemetery And Chinese Market Gardens by Genealogical Society, 9.45-11.30am, August 15, National Archives of Australia, Millner. Booking gsntinc@bigpond.net.au, www.gsnt.org.au, or 8981 7363. WHEEL-A-THON DURACK Primary School Wheel-a-thon fundraiser, 4.30pm, Thurs, Aug 8, Flinders Park. Cycling plus BBQ. Call 8935 9259.


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