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D arw in S un - P age 28 - 5 - C M Y K PATTEMORE Plumbing is your professional, reliable and friendly company working hard for the community. The business is committed to serving local, rural and remote locations to ensure you get quality plumbing. Working in the industry since 1985, Graham Pattemore strives to be the best in his field, and has won the James Bell Trust annual apprenticeship award. Graham has worked in the community, including teaching at Charles Darwin University for three years, passing his knowledge and experience to young plumbers around the Top End. Pattemore Plumbing is fully equipped to handle all aspects of domestic, industrial and commercial work in and around Darwin, Palmerston, rural and remote areas; for example, servicing the CDU. It can handle testing, installation and maintenance of all plumbing systems and can fix those annoying leaky taps and toilets around your home or business. The Pattemore team can work on shop fit-outs, shed fit-outs, restaurants and business plumbing. To protect and prevent potential backflow problems, Pattemore Plumbing has the equipment and experience to get the job done quickly and efficiently, saving you time and money in the long run. Working hard on a number of projects such as safe houses, police stations and much-needed buildings in remote communities including Finke, Maningrida, Ramingining and Imanpa, Pattemore Plumbing is committed to improving areas across the Territory. So, if you are looking for plumbers with knowledge and experience, call Graham on 0417 863 113. 28 YOUR LOCAL TRADES AND SERVICES DIRECTORYSun Newspapers WEDNESDAY October 14 2009 76% ofpeople believe that a sense of community is created through their community newspaper 41,000* readers each week! * Roy Morgan Single Source Australia: Jul 2007 - Jun 2008 LOCAL SERLOCAL SERVICES DIRECTORVICES DIRECTORYY Profile 76% of people believe that a sense of community is created through their community newspaper STUMP GRINDING Tree removal & Stump grinding Coconut & Palm Seeds Removed INSURED - FREE QUOTES - 24 HOURS John 0411 700 878 C 0 2 TREE MASTERS B U D G E T Problem & Unwanted Trees Removed WINDSCREEN T 53 Windscreen Repairs & Replacement Side & Rear Glass Car, Truck, Bus, Machinery Window Tinting, Car, Home and Office Mobile Service on Call 24 Hours 8932 4040 STUMPED with Mick Experienced stump grinding Easy backyard access Free Quotes Phone 0419 820 484 firstname.lastname@example.org s18 WASTE MANAGEMENT TUITION MUSIC Piano // Violin // Keyboard // Voice by London Qualified Teacher ENGLISH Levels up to yr 12 & beyond by Ex Head of English with Double Masters email: email@example.com www.swarnamali.com Ph // Dr Sene 8948 4754 E20 All Work Guaranteed Call Owner Operator Jamie ONeill on 8947 4533 FAX 8947 6933 A/H 0407 869 860 Professional & Specialised Tree Service Mulching & Woodchipping Sales Stump Grinding Cherry picker hire Crane Hire Landscaping 10,000,000 P/L Insurance Dingo Hire - Trenching/Plant Holes Specialisingin large treeremoval X 1 Tree Removal Stump Grinding Crane Hire Discount Rate for Palm Removal Phone Steve 0409 097 972 FAX 8984 3996 N2 TREE LOPPING TREE LOPPING TREE LOPPING TILING For all your tiling requirements Larry Preece Mob: 0412 092 391 Free Quotes Darwin & Rural Email: firstname.lastname@example.org P33 H E L P I N G Y O U F I N D T H E B E S T L O C A L T R A D I E S Skips Various Sizes 2.5m - 4m - 5m - 6m For all your garden & household cleanups Call us today 8947 3388 (Larger industrial bins also available) W26 Replacement of Broken Glass Service of Sliding Doors & Windows Remesh Flyscreens & Security Screens Replacement of Timber Doors Ph: 0413 121 468 Fax: 8948 3090 Email: email@example.com REPLACEMENT, INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE TO ALL DOORS & WINDOWS W27 WINDOWS Want to advertise in the trades? Call Jenny now on 8931 3122 TThhee PPaatttteemmoorree PPlluummbbiinngg tteeaamm iiss rreeaaddyy ttoo mmaakkee aallll yyoouurr pplluummbbiinngg pprroobblleemmss ggoo aawwaayy PPlluummbbiinngg wwoorrrriieess nnoo mmoorree AT A GLANCEBusiness: Pattemore Plumbing Business Type: Plumbing Services Features: Strives to be the best in the field Domestic, industrial and commercial works covered Covers Darwin, Palmerston and rural Contact: 0417 863 113 PATTEMORE PLUMBING 5Sun Newspapers WEDNESDAY October 14 2009NEWS 16 dw 09 /0 9 16 dw 04 /0 9 16 dw 01 /0 9 FIREBUGS caught intentionally or recklessly lighting bushfires will face lengthy jail sentences following the passing of legislation in the Northern Territory Parliament this week. Attorney General Delia Lawrie said people who are found to have intentionally or recklessly caused a fire and who create a risk of spreading the fire now face up to 15 years in jail. The new offence will complement other existing offences relating to bushfires including under the Fire and Emergency Act, which has penalties of up to two years imprisonment or $10,000 fine and under the Bushfires Act which has penalties of up to five years imprisonment or $25,000 fine. "Deliberately lit bushfires can have devastating effects on property, lead to the loss of stock and cause lasting damage to the environment," Ms Lawrie said. "These tough new penalties will act as a deterrent for anyone who is considering deliberately lighting a fire. Ms Lawrie said the new laws recognised there are circumstances in which people would be exempted from liability to reflect the unique land management practises in the Territory. "This will ensure that a person who causes fires in the course of activities such as fire fighting or hazard reduction burning will be exempt from liability," she said. "So practices currently permitted or are that are legal will continue. We want to ensure our unique system of land management and fire practise in the Territory continues." Bushfires NT director Steve Sutton said recently that the majority of blazes that firies have battled this fire season have been deliberately lit. Anyone who witnesses a firebug in action is urged to call police on 131 444. Firebugs face 15 years in jail BOOKWORMS across the Top End have helped raise more than $31,700 to help beat MS. During June, July and August, students took part in the MS Readathon to raise sponsorship for Australians living with multiple sclerosis (MS). More than 302 children across South Australia and Northern Territory got into the event, including six-year-old Bradley Eastaway, one of the highest fundraisers in the Darwin region and sixth highest fundraiser in the NT. Young Bradley read more the 40 books to raise the money, and said his favourite books were anything involving space. Moil Primary School was also a big contributor, with the students at the primary school reading more than 215 books and collecting $2760.15 in sponsorship, making it the highest-raising school in Darwin. National MS Readathon manager Jennifer Irvine praised local students getting involved in the event, which celebrated its 30 year anniversary this year. "We've seen many parents who participated as youngsters introducing the MS Readathon to their children," she said. "The MS Readathon has become a tradition in Australian households, where families and communities unite to raise funds and to celebrate the joy of reading." To find out more about helping the MS Society, call 1300 677 323. Top End bookworms unite for big MS fundraising effort Rabid reader Bradley Eastaway opens a new book while raising money for the MS Readathon
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