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Sun newspapers Wed 2 Feb 2011



Sun newspapers Wed 2 Feb 2011


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Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin Region

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Nationwide News Pty. Limited

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ADVERTISING PROFILE Sun Newspapers WEDNESDAY February 2 2011 32 ls 01 /1 1 17 TTHE Pearl Galleria is here to help youget into the good books. ValentinesDay is the only day to go silly on your girl, and she has to love your for it. It is rare that a girl complains about getting too many gifts and smooches. The gifts from Pearl Galleria get lots of "ohhhs" and "ahhhs" from admirers. The New Desire Collection is in store now. All Pearl Galleria jewellery items are beautiful pieces that will last forever, so every time she wears it, it is a fine reminder of 2011 Valentines Day and the honey who gave it to her. Both shops, in Smith St and at Casuarina Square Shopping Centre, have great things for both men and women, so take a visit and see what is on offer. Pearl Galleria Casuarina, above the eatery, is open seven days per week, and The Galleria Darwin City Mall is open six days, and will open Sundays in the dry season. Go and make this Valentines Day one that she will remember forever. All rings pictured are sterling sliver, with real pearls. Pearl Galleria stocks diamond rings also. Ring process start at $69. __CCooppyy ssuupppplliieedd bbyy PPeeaarrll GGaalllleerriiaa Being impossibly spoilt! HHeeyy bbooyyss,, ccaann yyoouu gguueessss wwhhaatt ggiirrllss lloovvee??

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