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Sun newspapers Wed 14 Nov 2012

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Title

Sun newspapers Wed 14 Nov 2012

Collection

Sun newspapers; NewspaperNT

Date

2012-11-14

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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/10070/242216

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/610119

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4 Sun Newspapers WEDNESDAY, November 14, 2012. Cooks 3 pizzas at a time Ideal for large family and social gatherings Push button electronic ignition Used to cook a variety of foods Includes temperature gauge, large viewing window and cool touch handle Deluxe Gas Fired Pizza Cooker PO106 Kleenheat Gas offers the products set out in this advertisement for sale at the prices (and subject to the terms) set out in this advertisement. The products and prices stated in this advertisement are promotional products and prices. Prices for products in this advertisement may be different in some regional areas due to freight cost variations. Some products may not be displayed in some outlets; however, Kleenheat Gas may order them for you for as long as the stock is available. Gas cylinders not included unless otherwise stated. All products require assembly and/or installation unless otherwise stated. Pictures are for illustrative purposes only. All prices are inclusive of GST and are valid until 31st January 2013 or while stocks last. We reserve the right to restrict the purchase of commercial quantities. Wesfarmers Kleenheat Gas Pty. Ltd. 40 008 679 543 DARWIN 144 Winnellie Rd, Winnellie 8984 0000 $399 Catalogue out now Scan the QR code to view! T R IG A S E 0 9 3 3 -S N Neo Curva NCURLPC-07 4 cast iron burners with a wok burner with powder coated wok lid Vitreous enamel roll back roasting hood and fascia including warming rack Vitreous enamel body Rotary piezo ignition $499 MODEL Powder Coated Stainless Steel HM700 $1,125 $1,499 HM850 $1,179 $1,589 HM1150 $1,289 $1,797 Steel hotplate Powder coated body and lid Stainless steel model available 10 year domestic warranty Extras such as end tables and warming drawers also available (not included) e-Churrasco ECHULPC12 Worlds fi rst gas start charcoal BBQ Cold rolled fl at lid and wind shield Furnace body/chassis, with heat resistant base One click rotary ignition Can be used as gas or charcoal (charcoal barbecuing possible within 15 minutes depending on weather conditions) Available with optional stand (UNISTANDC) $349 kleenheatgashouse.com.au .V\YTL[ :\TTLY Celsius and Fahrenheit temperture gauge Cast brass burner Push button start Piezo ignition Large cooking area with four adjustable shelves Includes hose and regulator and water pan Smoker Box HK0508 ) 4 + . . 4 1 # 5 6 5 / 1 - ' $349 www..nt.gov.au To find out about legislation passed in the NT Legislative Assembly in the October 2012 Sittings, you can visit the website: www.yourparliament.nt.gov.au If you dont have access to the internet, a copy of this information can be posted to you just phone 8999 6949 and ask for the In Your Parliament package. In Your Parliament DEPARTMENT OF THE CHIEF MINISTER Territorians get the Goat Mountain Goat Beer owners Cam Hines and Dave Bonighton travelled all the way to Goat Island in the NT to mark the craft-beer companys 15th anniversary Top Enders seem to love the craft beer SOUTHERN craft-beer makers Mountain Goat Beer travelled to the NT to celebrate their 15-year anniversary last month. The Richmond, Victoriabased brewers journeyed along the Adelaide River to Goat Island on October 20 to mark the milestone. Goat Island is a remote spot frequented by fishos celebrating or commiserating a days catch and is owned by expat European Kai Hansen. Mountain Goat cofounder Cam Hines said his team spent hours trying to catch barra and avoid crocs before retiring to Goat Island for dinner and drinks. While Top Enders on the island traditionally enjoyed XXXX as their beer of choice, the Victorian beer makers invited them to try their Triple Hightail a rich, fruity, strong English ale and it went down a treat. Mountain Goat was founded in 1996 by Mr Hines and Dave Bonighton. It is now making its way into the NT via Darwin, stocked in bars and bottle shops throughout town. Its beers include Hightail Ale, Steam Ale and one-off Rare Breed beers. The Rare Breed range is a big seller in Darwin and the sales have shocked the brewers. Top Enders seem to love the craft beer, Mr Hines said. For more information on Mountain Goat, visit goatbeer.com.au. Women value teamwork FINALISTS The eight women in the running for the title of 2012 Telstra Australian BusinessWoman of the Year are: Kylie Bishop, CEO of LBW Environment, South Australia Katie Cooper, general manager of Alice Springs Airport Pty Ltd, Northern Territory Carolyn Creswell, managing director of Carmans Fine Foods, Victoria Audette Exel, founder of ISIS (Asia Pacific) Pty Ltd, NSW LucindaMills, equity partner at Camerons, Tasmania Therese Rein, managing director of Ingeus & Assure Programs, Queensland Julie Shuttleworth, general manager, Barrick Gold Corporation, Western Australia Dr HelenWatchirs, ACT Human Rights and Discrimination Commissioner, ACT. Nancy Jeffrey AUSTRALIAN businesswomen are more inclined to attribute their success to a team than themselves, according to a new survey. The poll of 104 state and territory finalists of the 2012 Telstra Business Womens Awards found that 92 per cent of respondents say women tend to talk about we rather than me when they are discussing their achievements. The importance of the team extends beyond the immediate workplace, with 87 per cent saying they engaged in networking outside work while 56 per cent said they networked inside their workplace. Another way women are harnessing and sharing knowledge is through mentoring. Of those who have had a business mentor, 25 per cent said the experience was critical to their career success and a further 50 per cent said it was significant. Seventyfour per cent of those surveyed said they currently mentored other women. The survey was undertaken in the lead-up to the national finals of the Telstra Business Womens Awards in Sydney on November 21. The awards are in their 18th year of celebrating the achievements of outstanding Australian businesswomen. Berrimahs Jackie Maclean, business manager of Gold Medal Services Pty Ltd, will attend the national 2012 Telstra Business Womens Awards finals where she will vie for the Commonwealth Bank Business Owner category. Marlow Lagoons Lesley Munro, manager of Riding for Disabled in the Top End Inc, will attend the national 2012 Telstra Business Womens Awards finals where she will vie for the Nokia Innovation Business Womens category. Ludmillas Nancy Jeffrey, state manager of Save the Children Australia, will attend the national 2012 Telstra Business Womens Awards finals where she will vie for the White Pages Community and Government category. Ms Maclean, Ms Munro and Ms Jeffrey are three out of the four women from the Northern Territory vying for an award at the national event. The other is Katie Cooper, general manager of Alice Springs Airport. There are also 36 other finalists who come from across Australia. Foster forum THE fourth national summit was held in Sydney on the weekend, to provide a forum for young people who have been fostered out. The CREATE Foundations National Youth Advisory Council Summit (NYAC) brought together delegates from each state and territory to share their first-hand experiences of the child protection system. There are more than 37,000 kids and young people living in out-of-home care in Australia, and this number is increasing by 9 per cent each year. CREATEs Jacqui Reed said those in care had a right to maintain relationships with their birth family. Legislation in every state and territory states that all siblings should be placed together, but this is not what actually happens. When children are placed in towns (far) from their community, they lose their mentors and their identity through the relocation.


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