The Northern Territory news Sat 23 Jan 2010
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www.ntnews.com.au Northern Territory News, Saturday, January 23, 2010 37 P U B : NTNE-WS-DA-TE:23-JGE:37 CO-LO-R: C-M Y-K The fi nal release in this family-friendly suburb is selling now. So if the Lyons lifestyle sounds appealing, better move fast. Lot sizes in this fi nal stage range from 646m2 to 904m2 with prices starting at $360,000. Bonus prize draw Its another great reason to act now! If your purchase at Lyons becomes unconditional prior to 5 February 2010, youll be in the draw to win your choice of: Whitegoods package to the value of $5,000 Furniture package to the value of $5,000 $5,000 contribution to fencing. The winner will be drawn on Saturday 6th February at 12.00 pm in the Sales Centre - for conditions of entry, see our website. For more information and a site inspection, visit our Sales and Information Centre on Damabila Drive, open every day from 12 noon to 5pm, or call 1300 651 255. G R E Y 1 8 6 4 6 R www.lyons.com.au *C o n d it io n s a p p ly 10448 662m 10449 647m 10450 812m 10452 647m 10453 646m 10451 812m GUMUNGGWA STREET 10446 725m10438 794m 10439 706m 10447 904m B ILIN G G A STR EET Its now or never.Its now or never. Hurry in and win at Lyons. Public NOTE: All areas and dimensions are subject to survey FIN A L RELEA SE! N Time flies for Prince BABE IN ARMS: Princess Diana introduces Prince William at Alice Springs airport on his first trip to Australia in 1983 By EMMASMITH Hes got his first flies onhim already! WARM WELCOME: Prince William greets members of the public as he arrives at Government House in Melbourne on Thursday BLAST FROM THE PAST: Baby Prince William with mum Princess Di and dad Prince Charles at Alice Springs Airport S IMILAR to now, Prince William had some eager fans awaiting his arrival when he first visited Australia in the 1980s in the NT, it was the flies. The Prince first touched down in Alice Springs on March 20, 1983, with his parents, Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana, as a nine-monthold baby. The Northern Territory News reported on March 21, 1983, that Prince William was carried down the steps of the RAAF boeing by his nanny, Miss Barbara Barnes. His mother then scooped him up in her arms while Prince Charles marvelled at the offerings of the outback by remarking: Hes got his first flies on him already! Prince Charles and Princess Diana were in Central Australia for four days in which they visited Yulara, Ayers Rock, and Tennant Creek and spoke with children from the Alice Springs School of the Air. Prince William wrapped up his three-day visit Down Under on Thursday. The Northern Territory was left off the Princes itinerary this time around one can only hope it wasnt due to the flies.
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