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The Centralian advocate Tue 23 May 2006



The Centralian advocate Tue 23 May 2006


Centralian Advocate; NewspaperNT




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Community newspapers; Northern Territory; Alice Springs; Tennant Creek (N.T.); Newspapers; Alice Springs (N.T.); Australia, Central

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Nationwide News Pty. Limited

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Alice Springs


v. 59 no. 105

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Nationwide News Pty. Limited



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Centralian Advocate, Tuesday, May 23, 2006 13 PU B : C A D V D A T E : 23 -M A Y -2 00 6 PA G E : 13 C O L O R : C M Y K Sat 27 May Katherine Hotel 8.30pm Mon 29 May Tennant Creek Hotel8.30pm Tues 30 May Titree Creek Hotel 8.30pm Thurs 1 June Heavitree Tavern, Alice Springs 6pm Fri 2 June Heavitree Tavern, Alice Springs 6pm Thurs 25 May Gove Walkabout Hotel Fri 26 May Katherine Hotel Sat 27 May Honey Pot Club Darwin Sun 28 May Howard Springs Tavern Mon 29 May Tennant Creek Hotel Tues 30 May Titree Creek Hotel Thurs 1 June Heavitree Tavern, Alice Springs Fri 2 June Heavitree Tavern, Alice Springs The men of BODYHEAT INTERNATIONAL and the beautiful, sexy women of PLAYGIRLS are both on their National Tours, heading your way for a night of DANCE, RHYTHM and SEDUCTION (R-Rated) LADIES NIGHT OUT 9pm start GUYS NIGHT OUT B O D Y H E A T H E N S N I G H T B U C K S N I G H T P L A Y G I R L S R-RATED Mature Audience Must be over 18 years. BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL. PHONE: 041-8713971 er 47 03 01 Seeking Mr Right WE all know how tough it is out there for the single chick. Just ask Bridget Jones all the good guys are either taken, gay, or just not that into you Its even tougher for the single black chick. In the second instalment of the four-part series, writer and director Tracey Rigney examines the lack of eligible Aboriginal bachelors out there for Aboriginal women. Seeking Mr Right: Loved Up screens on SBS tomorrow at 7.30pm. Glimpse into life of a loved writer CHILDREN of all ages have read and enjoyed books by Roald Dahl. Roald Dahl His stories, such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factoryand James and the Giant Peach, have become classics. Roald Dahls life was anything but ordinary and he was considered charming and intimidating in equal measure. In Fantastic Mr Dahl Roald Dahls family open their doors and hearts for an intimate look at the man who entertained millions of children around the world. Told through the eyes of Dahls two wives, children and grandchildren including supermodel Sophie Dahl Fantastic Mr Dahl is a fascinating glimpse at the complicated man behind the books. Losing his father, sister and eldest child to sudden illnesses, Dahls life was marked by tragedy and misfortune. Yet he created a world of fantasy and delight for children. Since Dahls death in 1990, his family home where he worked and lived, Gypsy House, has evolved into a private memorial. Fantastic Mr Dahl screens on ABC TV on Sunday at 2pm. Battle starts for league supremacy STATE of Origin Rugby League is the supreme test, mate against mate, state against state. Queenslands Michael Crocker and Cam Smith and NSW players Danny Buderus and Matt King will line up for their teams tomorrow night. And New South Wales will be determined to make Origin history by winning this series to claim its fourth straight win. The Wizard NSW Blues and the XXXX Queensland Maroons meet in game one of the series which will be telecast live on Imparja from 7pm tomorrow from Sydneys Telstra Stadium. Game two will be played out at Brisbanes Suncorp Stadium on Wednesday June 14. The third match is scheduled for Melbournes Telstra Dome on Wednesday, July 5. State of Origin heroes Andrew Johns and Ben Ikin will be on hand for the pre-game, halftime and post-match coverage, and to analyse all the big plays. Ken Sutcliffe will host the State of Origin broadcasts, with Ray Warren calling the play. JoiningWarren in commentarywill be State of Origin legends Peter Sterling and Paul Vautin, along with Phil Gould, while Andrew Voss and Matthew Johns will report from the sidelines. Players Matthew Johns and Andrew Voss will report from the dressing rooms and conduct postmatch interviews. The former players on the commentary team represented New South Wales and Queensland in 79 State of Origin matches, while Gould and Vautin coached the Blues and Maroons for a combined total of 33 games. Thevoiceof rugby league,RayWarren,will call his 55th State of Origin match tomorrow night. With 26 cameras, including an angle never before used in rugby league, and more than 120 Wide World of Sports staff at the ground, the coverage will give viewers the best seat in the house for the best representative contest in rugby league. This State of Origin series promises all the passion of every series that has been played.