Territory Stories

Sunday Territorian 23 Dec 2012

Details:

Title

Sunday Territorian 23 Dec 2012

Collection

Sunday Territorian; NewspaperNT

Date

2012-12-23

Notes

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Language

English

Subject

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

Publisher name

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

Place of publication

Darwin

File type

application/pdf

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/10070/243745

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/601260

Page content

www.sundayterritorian.com.au Sunday, December 23, 2012. Sunday Territorian. 9 P U B : NTNE-WS-DA-TE:23-DGE:9 CO-LO-R: C-M Y-K NEW YEAR FARES AT EXCEPTIONAL VALUE Fly on the SilkAir-Singapore Airlines network to over 90 destinations around the world. SINGAPORE BANGKOK SHANGHAI DELHI BARCELONA LONDON from from from from from from $ 508* $ 633* $ 1162* $ 1215* $ 1714* $ 1890* FOR DEPARTURES 02/02/13 to 03/04/13 25/04/13 to 26/06/13 FOR DEPARTURES 02/02/13 to 03/04/13 25/04/13 to 26/06/13 FOR DEPARTURES 16/01/13 to 30/06/13 FOR DEPARTURES 01/02/13 to 30/06/13 FOR DEPARTURES 16/01/13 to 28/02/13 FOR DEPARTURES 16/01/13 to 28/02/13 *Conditions apply: Fares shown are for return travel in Economy Class, subject to availability in low season, from Darwin to Singapore on SilkAir, connecting with Singapore Airlines operated services to the advertised destinations. Fares include the air ticket, associated taxes, levies and surcharges including credit card service fee correct as at 12/12/2012. Fares are valid for departures from 16/01/13 to 28/02/13 to London and Barcelona, 02/02/13 to 03/04/13 and 25/04/13 to 26/06/13 to Singapore and Bangkok, 01/02/13 to 30/06/13 to Delhi and 16/01/13 to 30/06/13 to Shanghai. Taxes and surcharges are subject to change due to currency fl uctuations. Optional service fees may be charged for tickets issued by ticket offi ces/travel agencies/telephone sales. Maximum stay is 6 months for London and Barcelona, 3 months for Delhi and 90 days for the other destinations advertised. Date change fees and cancellation fees may apply. Fares to London and Barcelona (W class) are eligible for KrisFlyer mileage accrual, but are not valid for redemption upgrades. Fares to all other destinations (V class) are eligible for 10% KrisFlyer mileage accrual, but are not valid for redemption upgrades. KrisFlyer member terms and conditions apply. Singapore Airlines reserves the right to alter or extend this offer without notice. Final booking and payment date is 18/01/2013. Additional terms and conditions may apply. To make a booking, contact Singapore Airlines Reservations on 13 10 11, or visit your local travel agent. sundayterritorian.com.au NEWS Lewis gets down and parties with locals Aussie actor Lincoln Lewis comes face to face with Chopper while trying out Crocosaurus Coves Cage of Death yesterday Picture: MICHAEL FRANCHI By ALYSSA BETTS LINCOLN Lewis is the type of young bloke who respects crocs then splashes them in the eye. The 25-year-old actor was in Darwin for a couple of nightclub appearances and a close encounter with a croc named Chopper. He is the son of rugby league legend Wally Lewis, a former Home and Away actor, and a budding Aussie talent who will soon be off to the US again after finishing a movie that also starred Will Smith. Chopper who lives in Crocosaurus Cove is 790kg and 5.5m long. Lewis, a Queenslander, is 89kg and about 182cm. I feel like that goat in Jurassic Park when they fed it to the T-Rex, he shouted from his container. He spent a bit of time splashing Chopper in the eye, through a tiny gap, before being pulled out. There was that one point we were eye to eye 5-10cm away from each other. Theyre such beautiful creatures, Lewis said. Lewis also appeared at The Vics pyjama party, and then, last night, was set to do HP Underground for a snow party. One thing I really wanted to say: Darwin people are just awesome, he said. Schoolie blinded by grog By BRIANA DOMJEN A TEENAGE girl has been blinded after drinking a tainted cocktail while on a schoolies trip to Bali. The 18-year-old is believed the worst affected of a number of people who fell seriously ill after drinking cocktails spiked with methanol. The girl, from Sydneys northern suburbs, went to the emergency department of Royal North Shore Hospital after returning from overseas last week. A hospital spokeswoman confirmed the schoolie had been admitted, saying: There was a female patient that apparently had received treatment in Bali and had then presented to Royal North Shore at the beginning of this week. The hospital would not say what symp toms the teenager had but added she had been discharged and was recovering at home last night. Methanol poisoning can cause vomiting, headaches and gastric pain, coma, and liver failure. In extreme cases, it can lead to death. Blindness also is common it can last a few hours or lead to permanent damage. Foreign Minister Bob Carr said several other cases had been reported by travellers. There have been other local reports of drink spiking cases this year, he said. But not every case is brought to the attention of our consular staff. Methanol is extremely toxic and poisoning can cause serious injury and blindness. Methanol is sometimes used to make cheap drinks more alcoholic.


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