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Sun newspapers Wed 14 Oct 2009

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Title

Sun newspapers Wed 14 Oct 2009

Collection

Sun newspapers; NewspaperNT

Date

2009-10-14

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Language

English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin Region

Publisher name

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

Place of publication

Darwin

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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/10070/234581

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/653591

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D arw in S un,- P age 20 - 13 - C M Y K Dunlop Tyre and Batteries A NEW store has opened in Palmerston (Holtze) with back to basics friendly service and qualified people. Dunlop Super Dealer Tyres, Batteries & Accessories is you "onestop shop " While stocking the Dunlop brand the store also provides most major brands to its customers. Dunlop Tyres & Batteries can offer from their work shop wheel balance and wheel alignment services. Managing director Kris Leonardos and his team have been in the tyre industry for years and know "You do best on what you know best". "If you look after your customers, you know they will always come back," Kris said. Customers can take the advantage of its Tyre Car and Savings Plan. For the life of your tyres, not just Dunlop tyres but all brands sold at Dunlop Super Dealer, receive tyre rotations, wheel balance and wheel alignment so you get the most out of your tyres. They will even check your spare tyre which some times can be forgotten. So make sure your tyres are right and you won't slip and slide into the wet season, call into their store. Drop into the two locations in Darwin for Dunlop Super Dealer Tyres, Batteries and Accessories, located at 3 Butler Place Berrimah (Holtze), call 8931 01115, and at Arno's Tyre Service in Winnellie, 8947 2190. Independant Battery Distributors INDEPENDANT Battery Distributors (IBD) in Berrimah stock all automotive batteries. And now the business is providing the best products for its customers, as they stock the leaders in battery development and optimal starting product for all vehicles, Bosch Batteries. Bosch has been manufacturing batteries since 1927, when battery ignition for motor vehicle was first introduced. Since then demand on batteries has increased significantly with the introduction of features such as electric windows, air conditioning, ABS and airbags. With unmatched expertise in automotive electrical systems, Bosch has kept pace and now provides a range of batteries, which meet the demands of modern vehicles. Kris has been work in the Battery & Tyre industry for the past 30 years and is well qualified to diagnose battery problems. The Top End heat stresses batteries and can shorten their life, so make sure you get them tested. Call into IBD Batteries for a free battery test this wet season. IBD Batteries is located at 3 Butler Place in Berrimah. Iron Mountain IF your old work documents need to find a new home, then you should store with safety and security at Iron Mountain. Iron Mountain makes document storage easy. Simply pack all intended items in specialised boxes, and they will come out and collect it all. Businesses can also retrieve any documents quickly and easily. With a prompt email service, you can request any document be returned the next day, or for highpriority items, within hours. Iron Mountain also offers an imaging service, so all your important information is scanned and stored electronically, and can be available at your fingertips or stored in a proper location. It also provides a data protection service for electronic data, and a secure document destruction service. All staff at Iron Mountain go through rigorous checks, so you are working with people you can trust, and facilities are temperature controlled so all your important pieces will never be damaged by the heat. With competitive prices and privacy guaranteed, you should make sure all important documents for your business are looked after by Iron Mountain. 20 SPECIAL ADVERTISING FEATURESun Newspapers WEDNESDAY October 14 2009 GGeett ssuuppeerr ssaavviinnggss aatt yyoouurr SSuuppeerr DDeeaalleerr Car, Truck, Farm Tyres Batteries & Brakes Wheel Alignment & Balance On Road Service All Leading Brands Stocked BERRIMAH Tyres and Batteries, 3 Butler Pl 8931 0115 WINNELLIE Arnos Tyre Service, 1749 Coonawarra Rd 8947 2190 AVAILABLE AT MOST STORES To Contact Your Local Store Call 131 631 www.dunlopsuperdealer.com.au 16 br 04 /0 9 1 6b r1 1/ 09 BOSCH BATTERIES OPTIMAL STARTING POWER For a l l vehic les IBD INDEPENDANT BATTERY DISTRIBUTORS 3 Butler Place Berrimah (11 Mile) NT 0828 P: 08 8931 0811 or 08 8942 1040 F: 08 8931 0822 E: ibdnt@bigpond.com 15br05/09 SSoo mmaannyy sseerrvviicceess iinn tthhiiss bbuussyy bbuussiinneessss ddiissttrriicctt Dont just drive by next time ... drop in and see the great deals on offer in this busy business district situated just off the Stuart Highway Want to expose your business to more than 41,000* readers each week? Call Sun Newspapers today on 89313122 to find out how. * ROY MORGAN SINGLE SOURCE AUSTRALIA JULY 2007 - JUNE 2008 TTHE occupational therapist profession will be thefocus of a week-long national initiative that aims topromote and celebrate the important role occupational therapists play in the allied health sector. The theme for this year's Occupational Therapy Week (OT Week) celebrations is OT: LIVE LIFE TO THE FULL. The key message from the week is that occupational therapy enables people to live life to its fullest by enhancing their ability live better with injury, illness or disability. Occupational therapists can be the difference between existing and living life to the full and making the best of each moment in life. OT Week, is a joint public awareness initiative of Occupational Therapists AUSTRALIA and its state and territory OT associations and will be staged from Sunday, October 25 through to Saturday, October 31. These state and territory associations, along with many local hospitals, community health services, private clinics, universities and government departments will hold various events across the country to promote and celebrate the important role of occupational therapy in the community. Occupational therapists also provide services to people whose ability to cope with day-to-day activities are impaired by illness, physical injury or psychological/social disability. Australian Child and Adolescent Trauma, Loss and Grief Network Dr Elspeth Macdonald said children of all ages are particularly vulnerable as disasters like bushfires can have a profound effect on their developmental trajectories and their social relationships. "The children affected by the Victorian bushfires have an even greater potential for adverse outcomes as a result of their degree of exposure to the death of loved ones in traumatic circumstances, as well as the losses they've endured with regards to their schools and communities," she said. Occupational therapy doesn't just treat medical conditions, it takes a holistic approach to health care, and helps people to stay engaged in activities that give them pleasure or a sense of purpose, despite challenges that may arise as a result of disasters. 13Sun Newspapers WEDNESDAY October 14 2009SPECIAL ADVERTISING FEATURE 16 ls 11 /0 9 SUPPORTING OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY WEEK Congratulations to all Occupational Therapists. Dedicated - Caring - Professional Stair Lifts Pool Lifts Residential Lifts Dumb Waiters BCA Compliant Accessibility BCA Compliant Lifts Wheelchair Lifting Platforms T: 8932 1789 or 0407 610 003 www.masterlifts.com.au National Company - Local Service 16ls16/09 ADVERTISING PROFILE: OT AUSTRALIA An occupational therapist helps fit a hand splint to a client Occupational therapists enable people to live life to the fullest by enhancing their ability to live better with illness or disability Children can deal with traumatic events easier with the help of occupational therapy aapppprrooaacchh ttoo hheeaalltthh ccaarree OCCUPATIONAL Therapy Week, a joint public awareness initiative of Occupational Therapy (OT) Australia and its state and territory OT associations, will be staged from Sunday, October 25, through to Saturday, October 31. The key message from the week is that occupational therapy enables people to live life to its fullest by enhancing their ability live better with injury, illness, disability or age. An occupational therapist can advise you on the best ways to carry out daily tasks, whether it's household chores, personal care, social activities or a job that you can't do as a result of your impairment. Occupational therapists may work in a variety of settings and situations. For example, following the devastating Australian bushfires of February 2009, occupational therapists provided services to people whose ability to cope with day to day activities were impaired by illness, physical injury or psychological/social disability. In the NT, occupational therapists frequently work in some of the most remote areas of Australia, providing a wide range of services including: provision of assistive aids and equipment; advice regarding environmental modifications; work site, driving and job capacity assessments; hand and upper limb therapy; pediatric therapy; and mental health, acute care and rehabilitation services. Occupational therapy doesn't just treat medical conditions, it takes a holistic approach to health care and helps people stay engaged in activities that give them pleasure or a sense of purpose. For more information regarding occupational therapy, or assistance finding an occupational therapist, contact OT Australia NT on 0408 448 080 or otant@hotmail.com LLiivvee lliiffee ttoo tthhee ffuulllleesstt TTaakkee aa hhoolliissttiicc


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