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The Northern Territory news Thu 13 May 2010

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Title

The Northern Territory news Thu 13 May 2010

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NT news

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The Northern Territory news; NewspaperNT

Date

2010-05-13

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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/10070/221223

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/696707

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36 Northern Territory News, Thursday, May 13, 2010 www.ntnews.com.au P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 1 3 -M A Y -2 0 1 0 P A G E : 3 6 C O L O R : C M Y K features optionsADVERTISING For more information on features please call Casey Doldissen 8944 9804 Email doldissenc@ntews.com.au 4 5 fg o p ti o n s 0 2 In support of World Environment Day, the Northern Territory News, will be running a special feature on Friday June 4th, 2010. With this years theme being "Many Species One Planet One Future" Many organisations will be taking part in helping educate the public about our environment in this time of local, national and global environmental challenges. This feature offers a chance to support and recognise local environment groups and the important role they play. Phone Casey for more information. Publication Date: Sunday June 4, 2010 Booking Deadline: Friday May 21, 2010 Casey Doldissen Telephone: 8944 9804 & Fax: 8941 7559 Email: doldissenc@ntnews.com.au National Reconciliation Week 2010 will be held across Australia from 27 May to 3 June. This year marks the 14th anniversary of National Reconciliation Week with the theme 'Reconciliation: Let's see it through!' National Reconciliation Week offers an opportunity for all Australians to focus on reconciliation and celebrate the rich culture and history of Indigenous Australians. This year the NT News will be publishing an advertising feature to highlight the importance of reconciliation and to promote the events running throughout the week. If your business or organisation would like to promote an event you may be hosting or a service or initiative promoting reconciliation this is an opportunity to share your story with the NT News readers. Phone Casey for more information. Publication Date: Thursday May 27, 2010 Booking Deadline: Thursday May 13, 2010 Casey Doldissen Telephone: 8944 9804 & Fax: 8941 7559 Email: doldissenc@ntnews.com.au The Sunday Territorian will be running a special feature called "Territory BBQ" to be published on Sunday 6th June. One of the unique opportunities that Darwin is presented with is our distinctive climate. The good old fashioned Ausie BBQ is not only optional, it is a must. This quintessential Australian tool is in nearly every house in the Top End and if its not it should be! We aim to provide a guide covering all aspects of barbequing, from gas, charcoal and smokers to gourmet ingredients and accessories. This will be a great advertising opportunity for your business. You can reach a potential of 40,000 readers who could be looking to upgrade with what you can provide them, being sales, support or advice. Phone Casey for more information. Publication Date: Sunday June 6, 2010 Booking Deadline: Monday May 28, 2010 Casey Doldissen Telephone: 8944 9804 & Fax: 8941 7559 Email: doldissenc@ntnews.com.au N T4 6 1 0 5 7 4 7 2 0 x3 N TN T Lighter shade of Pale. Specials available until Sunday May 23rd, 2010 or while stocks last. Prices may vary in remote areas due to freight. Images are for illustrative purposes only. Visit us at www.bottlemart.com.au Bottlemart supports the responsible service and consumption of alcohol ID 25.Products marked with also available at Bottlemart Express. aexpress Close to you. Bottlemart . BOTTLEMART ALICE SPRINGS The Gapview Hotel DARWIN Frontier Hotel DARWIN Top End Hotel DARWIN RIVER Litchfield Pub FANNIE BAY Fannie Bay Supermarket LEANYER Hibiscus Tavern NIGHTCLIFF Nightcliff Supermarket WULAGI Wulagi Supermarket *Members only. BOTTLEMART EXPRESS Alice Springs Heavitree Gap Supermarket Batchelor Rum Jungle Tavern Berry Springs Berry Springs Centre Fannie Bay Darwin Trailer Boat Club* Gray Gray Supermarket Malak Malak Supermarket Millner Sabine Supermarket Moulden Moulden 5 Star Pine Creek Lazy Lizard Tavern Stuart Pk Stuart Park Corner Store Virginia Virginia Store Winnellie Winnellie Supermarket Wanguri Wanguri Supermarket Woodroffe Woodroffe Supermarket Coopers Pale Ale 24x375ml Stubbies. $449924 pack Coopers Premium Light 24x375ml Stubbies. $329924 pack express express SPORT Rebels crush leaders GOT YOU COVERED: Leon Schulz, for the Warriors, tries to block Eagles Adam Lee in Tuesday nights DBA clash, won by Warriors. Pictures: BRAD FLEET By PETER TIFFEN Bobby Guyton ... 22 points HOT-HANDED guard Jarrod Sheppard has propelled Uni Rebels to victory against topof-the-table Tracy Village Jets. Sheppard hit 33 points as Rebels won the DBA mens league clash 72-46 at Darwin Basketball Stadium. Rebels led 37-23 at half-time and Sheppard stepped on the gas after the recess, hitting 20 points. His haul included six threepointers in what some rate as the young stars best game in Darwin. Jarrod was on fire hitting those three-pointers, stand-in coach Malix Laurel said. The absence of TV Jets ace Travis Ellis allowed Rebels US import Mike Konanec to control the boards. He finished with 16 rebounds. Big Mike dominated the boards and once we got the ball we just kept running, Laurel said. Captain Marcus Chng controlled the floor. He finished with 18 points, eight assists and four steals. It was only the second loss the Jets have suffered this season and snapped their seven-match winning streak. Meanwhile, DBA All-Stars player Matt Fagg had his best game for Ansett this season. Fagg, hampered by injury since crossing from the Jets, scored 25 points in the Blues 84-68 victory against Razzle. Eagles US import Bobby Guyton finished with 22 points as the Birds beat Warriors 75-59. In the womens league, defending Challenge Season premiers Eagles ended TV Jets winning streak. The Eagles scored a 53-39 victory to inflict Jets first loss in six games. Michelle Friel (17 points) and Megan Reeve (11) topped Eagles scoresheet. Jets Tara Carroll had a match-high 18 points. In other games, Ansetts Samantha Drescher cashed in against bottom side Warriors, scoring a career-best 57 points in a 116-31 win. Top side Lightning decked Uni Rebels 71-39, with Claire OBryan returning from injury to hit 30 points. Hilzinger quits MOVING ON: Gold Coast-bound Allan Hilzinger P ic tu re : S T U A R T W A L M S L E Y DARWIN Basketball Association executive officer Allan Hilzinger has resigned to take up a position as sports business manager of the Gold Coast Basketball Association. It is the second biggest basketball association in Queensland and my position will be exactly the same as a CEO, Hilzinger said. I will be running it entirely. The 33-year-old has a young family with two children aged two and five months. He said the opportunity to further his career and be close to his extended family were the reasons behind his move. Hilzinger was recruited from Japan 15 months ago after his predecessor was sacked by the DBA board. Since taking up the position he has helped the DBA forge links in China and Indonesia. He has impressed with his enthusiasm, managerial skills, vision and conduct during his time in the role. When I took over I think everyone knows there were a lot of issues around but I think things are really moving forward, he said. The DBA has a great crew of people right now. PETER TIFFEN


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