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10 Sun Newspapers WEDNESDAY, November 14, 2012. 10267841026784 THE AUSTRALIAN Psychic Expo is on now until Wednesday November 21 at the Mirambeena Resort in Cavenagh St. This is the 20th year the Expo has visited the Top End, and organisers have worked hard to ensure that patrons get to see the very best of psychic talent available in Australia. Among the psychics in attendance is Tiffany Clayton. Tiffany is one of the expos most indemand psychics. In recent years, in addition to reading for mature adults, she has people experience. Tiffanys readings are extremely compassionate, whilst at the same time very much to the point. Also in attendance is psychic Khatti, who is the author of the bestseller The Romance Manual. A highly experienced and professional psychic, Khatti has amassed a huge following throughout Australia. Among her reading talents are clairvoyance, palmistry, numerology, spirit guides, dream analysis and tarot cards. In addition she is able to receive messages from the Other Side, connecting loved ones with those who have passed over. Another psychic in attendance at the 20th Anniversary of The worked a great deal with children and young adults, making her the ideal psychic to assist in solving those diffi cult problems that so many young Australian Psychic Expo is Anastasia. Originally from Russia, Anastasia has been in Australia since she was a child. She has worked with The Australian Psychic Expo for over eight years. Anastasia is an international clairvoyant with over 60 years experience, who is often called upon to help young people fi nd direction and a purposeful future. She is a highly compassionate and extremely wise psychic with an intense desire to help those in need. Anastasia is also a spirit channeller, delivering messages from Beyond. She is also a highly accurate palmist, numerologist and clairvoyant. For more information about the expo phone Konnie on 0409 499 782 or visit www.expo.net.au. $1000 JACKPOT MUST BE WON!!! EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT EYES DOWN 8 10PM 10 Games @ $30 10 Games @ $40 6 Games @ $50 1 Game @ $100 1 Game @ $150 1 Game @ $200 1 Game @ $1000 5 Novelties @ $10 each DISCOUNTED TICKET PRICES Book of 6 = $35 Book of 5 = $30 Book of 4 = $25 Book of 3 = $20 Book of 2 = $15 Book of 1 = $10 POKIES KENO BISTRO LICENSED BAR For the information of members and bona fi de guests ST MARYS FOOTBALL CLUB ABALA ROAD, MARRARA, PHONE 8927 9900. 1 0 5 9 8 2 7 Come on and have a say Community Effort is Essential The Humpty Doo Waste Transfer Station GDAY, how are you all going out there? Fighting fit, I hope. Well, the Community Survey response has been very poor, with just over 1000 completed, so I have extended it to tomorrow, November 15. This is really important guys, this is your community and you need to tell us what you want. Come on, get on board. The Community Survey helps guide us for the next four of five years, so everyone, including kids and seniors, get yours filled in. Remember the new deadline is tomorrow, November 15, so head to the Litchfield Council website www.litchfield.nt. gov.au to complete your survey TODAY. OK, put your hands up, who got an email from me? I am trying to find a direct way to communicate with you. We want to keep you informed of whats happening and quickly. Were also looking at setting up an electronic mailing list for those wishing to join. Keep checking our website: www.litchfield.nt.gov.au and please come along to your local public meeting. Tell us how you think we can better communicate. THE wet season is well and truly here, already having a number of storms around the rural area, so please stay safe, protect your property and family and remember to have your cyclone kit ready. Please dont leave it to the last minute. The emergency crews are out there fighting to keep us all safe so, if you dont have one, grab a high visibility property sign. Thats the red and white number sign. They are only $20 and your local brigade will put them up for you now hows that for service? THANK you to those few who attended the councils East Ward public meeting with local councillor Mike Bowman. It was disappointing to see so few and we are hoping that councillor Terry Richards Central Ward public meeting gathers a much bigger crowd. Just remember, its not only about complaints at the meetings. Its also about getting to know your local councillor, coming in with your ideas for your area, and telling us all the good things that are happening. Please come along to meet Terry and myself at the Central Ward meeting on Wednesday, November 21, to be held at the Litchfield Council Chambers. COUNCIL recently purchased three new Massey Ferguson tractors ready for our mobile workforce starting at the end of this month. The tractors with slasher and front buckets were purchased from David Sanderson and his team at Farmworld in Humpty Doo. I RECENTLY attended the Zero Waste Summit in Melbourne and LGANT meeting in Alice Springs. The summit made me think of how we could create and adopt a zero waste approach in the Litchfield Municipal. At Alice Springs, the council showed us around its waste management system. Did you know that in some places, they process 80 per cent of their waste and are working on the rest? Lastly, I would like to thank all those families that have been recycling. Compared to the same time last year, the council has reduced landfill by 1005.54 tonnes thats through you recycling and is a saving of $124,928.20. Well done. Please encourage your friends to recycle, also.
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