The Northern Territory news Thu 21 Apr 2011
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18 NT NEWS. Thursday, April 21, 2011. www.ntnews.com.au P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 2 1 -A P R -2 0 1 1 P A G E : 1 8 C O L O R : C M Y K DONT SIT AROUND WAITING FOR INPEX Show them what youve got today! desdestined to become an international oil and gas supply hub with many more multibillion-dollar projects about to hub with many more multibillion-dollar projects about to get under way. Oil and gas projects already in progress off the Territory coast: electricity in 1999 Three more projects to start within the next two years: Three more are on the horizon launching a dedicated editorial and advertising lift out photographs, and gives Territory businesses the chance to show what they can do for the oil and gas industry. To be a part of our monthly feature today call (08) 8944 9931 or email Amanda Deacon at firstname.lastname@example.org A Division of Nationwide News Pty Ltd ABN 98 008 438 828 decision on the $30 billion Dar National Families Week 2011 Publication Date: Sunday, May 15, 2011 National Families Week is to mark the importance that the international community places on families as the most fundamental units of society, as well as to draw attention to the plight of families in many parts of the world. National Families Week 2011 will be held between 15-21 May 2011. This years theme is: "Sticking together: families in good and tough times". If you would like to contribute to this special feature you are invited to purchase an advert space to help further promote your business or service. Deadline: Thursday, April 28, 2011 Joelle Appleby t 8944 9804 f 8941 7559 Email: email@example.com RSPCA Million Paws Walk Publication Date: Friday, May 13, 2011 Join us in a celebration of all things furry and fluffy as we build excitement for a great day of fund raising and education for all the family. To support the Million Paws Walk, The Northern Territory News will run a special advertising feature on Friday, May 13. This is a great opportunity to show animal lovers across the territory how to give their treasured pets a perfect life. If you would like to contribute to this special feature you are invited to purchase an advert space to help further promote your business or service. Deadline: Friday, April 29, 2011 Oliver Vickers-Price t 8944 9819 f 8941 7559 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Building Project Professionals Publication Date: Sunday, May 15, 2011 This Dry season, Territorians are on the look-out for builders they can trust to turn their plans into quality construction projects. On May 15, The Sunday Territorian is publishing a special advertising feature called Building Project Professionals. This spread is a great way to advertise how your business can work on readers dream home, renovations or other project. If you would like to contribute to this special feature you are invited to purchase an advert space to help further promote your business or service. Deadline: Friday, April 29, 2011 Hejira Convery t 8944 9876 f 8941 7559 Email: email@example.com For more advertising information please call Hejira Convery 8944 9876 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Joelle Appleby 8944 9804 Email: email@example.com Oliver Vickers-Price 8944 9819 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 4 3 fG o p ti o n s 0 2 features options your advertising options WORLD l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l ntnews.com.au Charles the longest heir LONDON: After 59 years, twomonths and 14 days, Prince Charles has become the longest serving heir apparent in British history. Charles has overtaken the royal record set by his greatgreat grandfather King Edward VII. The prince became heir apparent when his mother Princess Elizabeth acceded the throne to become Queen on February 6, 1952. Charles, 62, was just threewhen he became heir to the throne. WikiLeaks suspect gets upgrade WASHINGTON: Bradley Manning, a US serviceman held for allegedly passing classified documents toWikiLeaks, is headed to amilitary facility for a potentially multi-year staywith an upgrade in conditions, the Pentagon says. Mannings transfer to a Kansas facility with less harsh detention conditions comes after intense criticism of his detention conditions in Quantico, Virginia. The 23-yearold has been imprisoned at Quantico since July 2010. VIDEOOFVICTIMS LONDON: US police have released video footage of two British tourists showing them talking to two women in a Florida bar shortly before they were shot dead. James Cooper, 25, and James Kouzaris, 24, were captured on a CCTV camera chatting in a Sarasota bar less than two hours before their bodies were found in a crimeriddled area of the city. WATERFALL FALL HAT YAI: A British woman has died after being swept down a waterfall in Thailands southern islands. Sarah Crutchley, 30, was visiting the Ton Nga Chang falls with friends when she fell 91m to her death. DRUGBUST RIO DE JANEIRO: Brazilian police have swept through Rios largest slum in a crackdown on drug-related crime, arresting 11 people and seizing an estimated three tonnes of marijuana, officials say. With a helicopter hovering overhead, 200 Civil Police swarmed into the slum, known as Rocinha. LANDING ERROR WASHINGTON: An official plane carrying US First Lady Michelle Obama had to abort a landing at an air base near Washington on Monday due to an air traffic controllers error, theWashington Post reported. The aircraft carrying the First Lady was too close to a military cargo jet and had to scrap its final approach to Andrews Air Force base. Rebels beg for troops A group of youth demonstrate calling for intervention in the besieged Libyan city of Misrata Picture: AFP MISRATA: A rebel official in Libyas besieged city of Misrata has pleaded for Britain and France to send troops to help fight Muammar Gaddafis forces. A senior member of Misratas governing council, Nuri Abdullah Abdullati, said they were asking for the troops on the basis of humanitarian principles, in the first request for boots on the ground. Before we were asking for no foreign interference, but that was before Gaddafi used Grad rockets and planes. Now its a life or death situation, he said. His plea came as Gaddafi troops and rebel forces engaged in fierce fighting in southeast Misrata. The din subsided only briefly when NATO planes were heard overhead. The rebels in Misrata, which has been under siege for more than a month and seen hundreds killed, have no direct contact with coalition forces. Abdullati said the request was sent last week to the rebel Transitional National Council in Benghazi, but there had yet been no reply. Separately, Saif al-Islam, a son of Gaddafi, said he was confident the rebellion would fail. I am very optimistic and we will win, he said on Allibya television. The situation changes every day in our favour. Saif al-Islam vowed that his fathers regime would not seek revenge against the rebels fighting to oust him.