The Centralian advocate Fri 21 Sep 2007
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6 Centralian Advocate, Friday, September 21, 2007 PU B : C A D V D A T E : 21-SE P -2007 PA G E : 6 C O L O R : C M Y K Rex Mooney Chief Executive Offi cer A t o w n l i k e A l i c e Phone: (08) 8950 0500 Email: email@example.com Web: www.alicesprings.nt.gov.au EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST Town Crier Hear ye! Hear ye! Alice Springs Town Council is seeking expressions of interest from a dynamic, confi dent person to act as the new Alice Springs Town Crier. The Town Criers role is to promote Council and community events by performing in the role of town crier in public places in the lead up to and during particular events. To register your interest or to get more information, please contact the undersigned on 8950 0525 by 12 October. Neighbourhood Watch Community Meetings. September 24th East Includes Sadadeen, Eastside, Desert Springs, The Gap and CBD. Venue: Sadadeen Primary School Hall Time: 7pm September 25th West Includes Larapinta, Living Waters, Gillen, Bradshaw, Carmichael, Araluen and Rural areas. Venue: Living Waters School Hall Time: 7pm September 26th North Includes Braitling, Old Racecourse and Industrial areas. Venue: Braitling School Assembly Hall Time: 7pm The meetings are free and a light supper will be provided. A presentation on Community Patrols will be presented and you dont have to be a Neighbourhood Watch member to come along, everyone who would like to be involved in whats happening in our community are encouraged to attend. 4 0 1 2 0 5 /0 8 1 8 8 9 2Obtain and consider the Territory Car Insurance Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) and Policy before acquiring the product. Available from TIO Branches, tiofi.com.au or 1300 301 833. Terms, conditions, fees & charges apply. There are many reasons Territorians go with TIO Car Insurance. TIO handles every claim here in the Territory. Youre covered for cyclones, storm surge and floods. Plus, you can pay your premiums monthly at no extra cost. When it comes to the crunch, Territorians know TIO Car Insurance means protection, where and when you need it. Call 1300 301 833, visit your local TIO Branch or visit tiofi.com.au. He gave me more options than I expected choice of repairers everything went nice and smooth. Allen Kemp, Gunn. NEWS R-rating ban for NT Cable TV channels hit Rebecca Lollback PAY TV subscribers across the Territory will not be able to access R-rated television programs if new Federal Government legislation is passed. The legislation was introduced to Federal Parliament by Indigenous Affairs Minister Mal Brough yesterday. It would amend the Broadcasting Services Act so that R 18+ programs would be prohibited in prescribed Aboriginal communities. But regional pay TV provider Austar said the ban would have to apply across the whole Territory. Spokeswoman Emma Rackley said: We wouldnt be able to stop those programs in just some areas. This is just proposed legislation at the moment it hasnt been passed by Parliament yet. But yes, that would be our reaction. Ms Rackley said people who had subscribed to 18+ programs would be entitled to discounts on their service. She said: If people have paid for content that they are not receiving, then of course we would not make them pay for it. For example, if they had subscribed to World Movies or the odd adult channel. Were opposed to this legislation and we wouldnt want to make it any harder for people than it already is. Mr Brough said some indigenous women in Alice Springs were also concerned about free-to-air television. He said: The women actually said to me their greatest concern of television type programs was SBS, believe it or not. Pornography bans came into effect in the Territory last week. Anyone caught with pornographic DVDs or magazines could face fines up to $11,000. People with five or more prohibited items could face $22,000 fines or up to two years in jail. Public computers with internet access will also be monitored for pornographic material. Busy mum wins award Sebastian Lacey BUSY Alice Springs mother Kelly Adams has been named the Vocational Student of the Year for the Northern Territory. Vocational Student of the Year Kelly Adams. Picture: CHLOE ERLICH M s A d a m s w a s named the winner of the award in Darwin on Saturday September 8. She has spent eight y e a r s s t u d y i n g childcare and continues to further her education. During that time she has worked as director of Braitling Neighbourhood Centre and at other childcare centres in Central Australia. She said: Im currently undertaking a course in child psychology. Its been great experience and looking after children is in my blood. It is rewarding just to see how they develop. Ms Adams will attend the national finals in Hobart.
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