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The Northern Territory news Tue 22 Dec 2009

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Title

The Northern Territory news Tue 22 Dec 2009

Other title

NT news

Collection

The Northern Territory news; NewspaperNT

Date

2009-12-22

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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/10070/215572

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/711144

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CLASSIFIEDS 8944 9999 www.ntnews.com.au Northern Territory News, Tuesday, December 22, 2009 41 P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 2 2 -D E C -2 0 0 9 P A G E : 4 1 C O L O R : K Knights drug test plan NEWCASTLE have begun looking into the possibility of future holiday drug tests if there is evidence of suspicious activity from one of the NRL clubs players. CEO Steve Burraston says the Knights have begun investigating the legal and industrial relations implications of year-round testing after captain Kurt Gidley (pictured) called on the club to test players at any time. Gidleys call came amidst reports more Knights players could be interviewed or charged by police over the drugs scandal which has resulted in forward Danny Wicks facing six charges of supplying and two of possessing prohibited substances. The skipper is desperate for the veil of suspicion to be lifted from the club as it prepares for the 2010 season. The Knights conduct extra tests to those carried out by the NRL but have conceded the summer holidays window is a possible loophole. We are considering all legal and logistical challenges involved with such a rigorous testing regime, Burraston said. We see this as a great tool for the club moving forward for target testing as it allows us the ability to act on credible evidence presented to the club with regards to suspicious activity involving illegal substances. Burraston is mindful of not breaching player contracts, as well as Rugby League Players Association rules which require a players permission for testing when on leave. We have to make sure it is worded correctly and that players are given time to take advice on the matter, he said. Once we receive the appropriate clearance we will then take the policy to the players group for discussion and implementation. He said player privacy would be a high priority. I expect this to be an in-house procedure, he said. We have no intention to make a public spectacle of this matter. Meanwhile, Burraston said he would await the outcomes of the police investigation into the Wicks case and would need solid evidence before any action was considered against other players. Wicks was stood down indefinitely following his arrest last week. We have faith in our legal system and are confident police will present any necessary evidence to us if they suspect any players of being involved in illegal activities, Burraston said. Some very serious allegations have been reported in the last week. There is an ongoing police investigation and we have no intention of hindering their investigation in any way. We dont act on rumours and innuendo and until such time that we are presented with solid evidence we wont be taking matters into our own hands. It is a matter for police and they are much better placed to deal with such matters. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT SAITONG. Exquisite soothing deep tissue therapeutic erotic massage with experienced friendly practitioner. M/r avail. Ph 0417 874 980. 1092937v3 SERINA. Fiery, will tease and please. Couples welcome. Phone 0411 395 646. 1034559v3 SNOW. 1st time in Australia. Gorgeous overseas uni student. Just like snow will refresh and cool down your every nerves. 0417 710 398. 1043609v4 STEAMY SEASON SPECIAL Quickie daytime rates! Call now, why wait? Eftpos and credit cards accepted. Phone 0431 747 862. 1108317v5 SUZZI, sensual, attractive, private lady. 0407 691 203. 1024746v1 TRANSSEXUAL. Stunning show stopper, CBD. Talissa. 0414 770 363. 1051226v3 NEED to find a new home for your pet? Try our Pets and Livestock column! ntnclassies@ntn.newsltd.com.au 1015880v8 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT WENDY. Never here before. Sensual gal. Anything goes. CBD room. In / out calls. Phone 0410 375 056. 1042005v4 YUSHIKO- Just arrived. Uni student on Christmas holidays. Pretty, sweet. 1 week only. Phone 0401 802 779. 1043654v6 5 STAR service with stunning young spirited companion who loves mutual pleasure. Call 0423 029 077. 1013840v10 ADULT PHONE SERVICES ACTION in 3 mins 1902 228 106 $1.95pm pay / mob ext. 1052220v6 1057838v3 ADULT PHONE SERVICES BELLA, fun-loving, bubbly, looking for friends any age No SMS. Call 0415 157 687. 1025977v4 DISCREET chat, live 190 222 8123 $1.95pm pay/ mob ext. 1094194v3 FETISH! From 99c. mobx Call 1300 700 904 or 1902 226 323 $5.45pm 1090712v3 I'LL talk, you just enjoy. 190 222 8117 $1.95pm pay / mob ext. 1056081v6 LET her do the talking. 190 222 8100 $1.95pm pay / mob ext. 1094205v7 QUICKIE, relief / action. 190 222 7855 $1.95pm pay / mob ext. 1053368v6 THERE'S good news in the NT News Classifieds 1021848v5 NT NEWS The only DAILY NEWSPAPER in the Northern Territory 1009724v56