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The Northern Territory news Mon 10 Jun 2013



The Northern Territory news Mon 10 Jun 2013

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

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6 NT NEWS. Monday, June 10, 2013. www.ntnews.com.au P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 1 0 -J U N -2 0 1 3 P A G E : 6 C O L O R : C M Y K bunnings.com.au Not all services and products featured are available in all stores, but products may be ordered. Bunnings Group Limited BBNT3095 View our latest workshops at bunnings.com.au/diyworkshops $1198 Expandable Chrome Shoe Rack 630 x 355 x 230mm. 2582751 $298 Draught Stopper Asstd colours. 3961544 Seagrass Door Mat 60 x 36cm. 44902952FOR$2 Folding Sawhorse 5710162 2FOR$30 $10 4 Outlet Powerboards 4330551 $49 Raised Timber Garden Bed 120 x 120 x 31cm. ACQ treated pine. Plants sold separately. Easy assembly. Relocatable. 3320594 $99 25cc 2 Stroke Line Trimmer 430mm cut diameter. 3380607 $1245 2L Twin Pack Covers up to 200 square metres. 3018004 $2990 DIY Jewel Light Fixture 200 x 150mm. Clear beads. Batten fix. 4380242 Power Tools Select from detail or sheet sander, heat gun, angle grinder, jigsaw or impact drill. 6210276/0280/0327/0330/0353/0285x $49EACH $3490 4L Ceiling White Ideal for hiding surface imperfections. 1420049 $29 6V Wet & Dry Hand Vacuum 4610047 Clear Plastic Drop Sheet 2.6 x 3.6m. 1661260 $69 Aluminium Fence Panel 2400 x 1200mm. 1141689 3511100 $1025 140mm pot. Hardy sun loving shrub. Hibiscus $1477 Handy Garden Hose 15m x 12mm. Perma Fit fittings. 3110360 OPEN TODAY 7AM - 6PM$115 NEWS l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l Pair hope dirty soap cleans up By MEGAN PALIN Viva La Body owners Jo-anne Dodd and Micko Srbinovski (pictured) have released a new range of spicily named soaps Picture: KATRINA BRIDGEFORD LOCAL demand for ass, pussy and cock wash is high with the new products flying off the shelves at a Darwin boutique store. The handmade specialty soaps were created by Darwin couple and Viva La Body owners Jo-anne Dodd and Micko Srbinovski. Mr Srbinovski said he came up with the idea to develop and manufacture the soaps after a customer enquired about pussy soap. Mr Srbinovski said the first batch of about 120 bars sold out after just two days last week. He said the products were popular because there are a lot of dirty people out there. Its just a gimmick for fun, he said. Mr Srbinovski said he would consider expanding the collection to include an ass cream. The Viva La Soap range is made with all natural creamy blends infused with floral, citrus and wood scents. The citrus gives you a fresh cock, the geranium is soothing for the pussy and the cinnamon spices up a dirty ass, Ms Dodd said. They want to see their cock wash in every store in Australia. The cock wash goes off, its hard and fast our best seller, Ms Dodd said. Mr Srbinovski advised customers not to get the cock and ass wash mixed up. Your ass might start crowing, he said. Ms Dodd said the couple make the novelty items from sun up until sun down. She said the products are not animal tested. The soaps sell for $6 each or three for $15. The products are available at Viva La Body on Cavenagh St, vivalabody.com and Mindil, Nightcliff and Parap markets. Funding digs deep Weneed to establishwhat minerals are in the ground THE Government will spend almost $4 million to increase mining exploration in the Territory, Mining Minister Willem Westra van Holthe said. He said the money would go towards increasing funding to government geoscientists and matching private explorers who move to the NT dollar for dollar. We need to establish what minerals are in the ground, where they are, how much of them are in the ground and we hope that that will bring the next big discovery for the Northern Territory, he said. The Northern Territory is largely underexplored and thats why it is so important that we have programs such as this so that we provide every opportunity we can for explorers to come in here and make that new discovery. He said the area around Tennant Creek and north of Katherine had high prospects. This will not be about explorers coming in and keeping the in formation to themselves, he said. The information that they do gather from the exploration that they do will be available to be shared among other resource companies.