Territory Stories

Sunday Territorian 15 May 2011

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Title

Sunday Territorian 15 May 2011

Collection

Sunday Territorian; NewspaperNT

Date

2011-05-15

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Language

English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin.; Australian newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin.

Publisher name

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

Place of publication

Darwin

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application/pdf

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Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

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Nationwide News Pty. Limited

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https://www.legislation.gov.au/Series/C1968A00063

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/232539

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/662147

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www.sundayterritorian.com.au Sunday Territorian, Sunday, May 15, 2011 51 P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 1 5 -M A Y -2 0 1 1 P A G E : 5 1 C O L O R : C M Y K To solve this puzzle each 3x3 box, each row and each column must contain all the numbers from 1 to 9. Solution, tips and computer program at www.sudoku.com Solution published tomorrow ACROSS 1 Is deficient in 4 Initiated 8 Conclude 11 Emblem of truce (5,4) 12 Facilities 13 Piece of jewellery 14 Hit swiftly 17 Buffer 18 Peak 20 Dished out 22 Casserole 25 Throttle 27 Pamper 29 Exhibition 30 Scrutinise 32 Lit 35 Bowl over (coll) 36 Snag (coll) 37 Pitcher 39 Outlaws 40 Marched 44 Verify 45 Fizzy drink 46 Drunk (coll) 47 Destiny 50 Narrows 52 Expel 54 Happier 57 Containing 58 Plentiful 59 Watered 60 Door opener 61 Broke in DOWN 1 Anarchy 2 Proclaimer 3 Sample 4 White whale 5 Sexual climax 6 Theatrical show 7 Expired 8 Shimmering 9 Cooked in oil 10 Hold 15 Compass point 16 Large growth 19 Unconscious state 21 Ecstasy 23 Melted 24 Pen 26 Leper 28 Ahead 31 Boardgame 33 Put off 34 Setting 38 Contusion 41 Fuss (2-2) 42 Louts 43 Wind instrument 44 Whiskered sea creature 48 Criticise 49 Personify 51 Treaties 53 Exhorts 55 Expression 56 Tuft ACROSS 1 Came into the United Nations displaying keen insight (6) 8 With just pence, Lou has achieved great wealth (8) 9 Frank is able to and has carried it out (6) 10 Id have that actor to tea but hes bad in the leading part (8) 11 Or its sort of neat and much embellished (6) 12 I get red and look dreadful (4) 13 Theres a finer way to imply things (5) 16 Hes such a straight leader (5) 19 Paul naturally has to bone it (4) 21 In a way, shes able to aid men (6) 22 With my natural tendency I putted a good one (8) 23 So ones about to get hung with them? (6) 24 How reeds are affected after it has rained lightly (8) 25 My boy gets little thanks for remaining so composed (6) DOWN 2 Arching can produce a very nasty feeling (7) 3 Met and worked on an idea to reconcile them (7) 4 Showed approval but appeared to look odd in the end (6) 5 Give insincere praise to a unit dweller (7) 6 One word needed for a start (7) 7 Do wrong and tire of putting on the dog (7) 13 A girl trapped by an ape finds theres no escape (7) 14 An eft soon strings along with it (7) 15 Steals livestock but makes very little noise (7) 17 Grown at university but its not for real (7) 18 A tall one described by the First Lady to the rest (7) 20 Corrects 500 Roman prayer endings (6) Cryptic So lu ti o n H a rd # 4 1 7 3 7 Su d o k u E a sy # 41 7 3 8 Regular 1 11 13 20 29 36 44 50 57 59 2 21 51 3 34 30 4 18 31 40 45 56 60 19 27 41 52 5 14 28 35 53 15 22 42 47 6 12 23 37 48 58 16 38 7 24 32 49 54 17 46 8 25 43 61 39 9 26 55 10 33 1 9 11 13 22 24 2 14 3 15 19 4 8 10 12 20 21 23 25 5 16 17 6 18 7 Solutions to both puzzles onpage64 THIS DAY INHISTORY Today isSunday,May15, the 135thdayof2011. Thereare230 days left in theyear. Highlights include: 1536 - AnneBoleyn andher brother, LordRochford, are tried and found guilty in Englandof adultery and incest. 1571 -Moscow is burnedby the Tartars. 1718 - JamesPuckle, a London lawyer, patents theworlds firstmachinegun. 1788 - JamesBloodsworth announces design for construction of first GovernmentHouse, Sydney. 1808 - Convicts seize the ship Harrington anchored in Sydney Harbour, and escape. 1928 - Royal FlyingDoctor Service, originally called theAustralian Inland MissionAerial Service, is inaugurated in Cloncurry, Queensland. 1936 - Amy Johnson arrives in Croydon, England after a recordbreaking return flight fromSouth Africa, taking four days 16hours. 1957 - Britain drops its first hydrogen bombonChristmas Island in thePacific. 1978 - Death of Sir RobertMenzies, long-servingAustralian primeminister; hewas Liberal primeminister from1939 to 1941and then from 1949 to 1966. 1989 - Soviet PresidentMikhail Gorbachev, in Beijing, declares end to Sino-Soviet split. 1995 - China conducts anunderground nuclear test just days after it agreed to anextension of thenuclearNonProliferationTreaty. 2001 -WorldHealthOrganisation announces a plan to halt the spreadof tuberculosis -which kills twomillion people each year. 2006 - NewZealanderMark Inglis, whohad lost both his legs to frostbite, becomes the first double amputee to conquerMount Everest. 2010 - Australian JessicaWatson, 16, becomes the youngest person to circumnavigate the globe solo. Todaysbirthdays: Pierre Curie, French scientist (1859-1906); Frank LymanBaum,US author ofWonderfulWizard ofOz (1859-1919); JamesMason, Englishborn actor (1909-1984); Trini Lopez, US singer (1937-); Lisa Curry Kenny, Australian swimmer (1962-). Test your general knowledge Mark Seaby Marcia Hines 1. Which Australian boxer recorded country hits, I Thank You and Please Remember Me? 2. In which seawould you find the Turkish island of Imbros? 3. What was the name of the TV documentary on themurder of Sydneys Gilham family? 4. In botanic terms, what does a plant produce if it is polliniferous? 5. What year did Pat Cashwin the mens single title atWimbledon? 6. In economic terms, what does CPI stand for? 7. Mark Seaby plays for which AFL team? 8. In employment terms, what does OH&S stand for? 9. Who is the comedian host of the TV show, Thank God Youre Here? 10. What is an obelisk made from? 11. Who is the captain of the netball team, the Sydney Swifts? 12. Which country did King Farouk rule from 1936 to 1952? 13. Which celebrity chef owns the Sydney restaurant, Rockpool. 14. The Gibson Desert is named after which explorer? 15. Who starred as Gidget in the movie of the same name? 16. What is the capital of the Philippines? 17. Who is Marcia Hiness daughter? 18. What nationality was astrologer and physician, Nostradamus? 19. What cult TV show starred Farrah Fawsett, Kate Jackson and Jaclyn Smith? 20. What is punk-rock singer Johnny Rottens given name? 21. Who starred as the young David Helfgott in the Australian movie, Shine? 22. What is the name of the official responsible for the registration of all births, deaths andmarriages? 23. What is a thylacine? 24. Howmany engines does a Spitfire fighter plane have? 25. Which Australian whowon the 1966 Italian Grand Prix in a car he built himself? 26. What does SWAT stand for? 27. Howmany Olympic goldmedals did swimmer Dawn Fraser win? 28. What type of animal is haggis traditionally made from? 29. In tennis, whowas the first Australian towin themens singles at the US Open? 30.Which tennis player haswon his first 33matches in a row in 2011? Solutions page 64


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