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The Northern Territory news Fri 5 Mar 2021

Details:

Title

The Northern Territory news Fri 5 Mar 2021

Other title

NT news

Collection

The Northern Territory news; NewspaperNT

Date

2021-03-05

Language

English

Subject

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

Publisher name

News Corp Australia

Place of publication

Darwin

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

News Corp Australia

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00042

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/826146

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/826428

Page content

14 NEWS FRIDAY MARCH 5 2021 NTNE01Z01MA - V1 14 45 locals in tourism campaign THE new Tourism NT ad campaign that launched this week never would have happened without the passionate support of local businesses and individual Territorians, according to its producer Tristan Glover. It was a bit of a mission, a bit of a journey, but it was something Ill never forget, Mr Glover, who works for Darwin-based production company KWP, said. Mr Glover said the Seek Different campaign featured about 45 Territorians across the various ads. There was a super local aspect to this. We worked with people who lived near Uluru, people in Alice Springs, people from all over. We also had Charlie King of course, the golden tonsils, lending his voice to the ad. Mr Glover said a lot of the Territorians featured in the ads were street cast by Sarah Price from Castaway NT. We were basically tapping people on the shoulder in markets and places like that and asking if they were interested, he said. In addition to local individuals, the campaign featured 16 different local tourist operators. All these guys were incredible. Often their staff would give up their own time to help us out, he said. For them to be able to put up with us and allow us to do what we needed to do, often at weird times of the day, was really incredible. It was such a team effort. The campaign also employed Territory businesses for catering, hair styling and wardrobe services. DANIEL WOOD A behind-the-scenes shot from the latest Tourism NT advertising campaign. Behind the scenes of the NTs new advertising blitz CLC CEO position up for grabs THE Central Land Council is set to replace boss Joe MartinJard, who was the councils first CEO, appointed in 2019. CLC is calling for expressions of interest for a position to act as the chief executive for six months starting at the end of April 2021, while an official recruitment campaign gets under way to seek a suitable replacement. The successful candidate will be a person of Aboriginal descent with an extensive knowledge and understanding of the role and purpose of Central Land Council. JASMINE BURKE Joe Martin-Jard. Purchase your tickets for fabALICE now at 12 14 MARCH 2021 Purchase your tickets for fabALICE now at RAINBOW FLAG RAISING CEREMONY FABALICE STREET PARTY LIP SYNC BATTLE DRAG QUEEN STORY TIME DI-VER-CITY FESTIVAL PRESENTED BY KFC FABALICE CARNIVALE DRAG QUEEN BINGO SUNDAY RECOVERY SESSION www.fabalice.com WITH THANKS TO OUR FABULOUS SPONSORS: NORTHERN TERRITORY GOVERNMENT, ALICE SPRINGS AIRPORT, LASSETERS, ALICE SPRINGS TOWN COUNCIL, COLEMANS PRINTING ALICE SPRINGS, IMPARJA, PETER KITTLE MOTOR COMPANY, MERCURE ALICE SPRINGS RESORT, RED CENTRE TECHNOLOGY PARTNERS, LITTLE CREATURES BREWERY, KFC ALICE SPRINGS, YEPERENYE SHOPPING CENTRE, THRIFTY, LHERE ARTEPE SUPERMARKETS, SUN969, ATG DOWNUNDER 8950 0500alicesprings.nt.gov.au 6 March... @Council Lawns 8am 9am SATURDAYS in March!! 20 March... @Rhonda Diano Oval 8am 9am 13 March... @Araluen Park 9am 8am 27 March... @Jim McConville Oval 8am 9am 1 Aavoca1e centralianadvocate.com.au March is_ Fitness ZUIHBA w~~'TI' ~~~~~~rM Cook Islands HULA J!Jolfywoorf


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