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NEWS FOR EAST ARNHEM LAND, INCLUDING NHULUNBUY AND YIRRKALA
Santa had a lot of helpers as he took around lollies for local children last year.
Rotary spreads cheer to Gove on Christmas day BE sure you keep an eye out and an ear open on Christmas Day as members of the Nhulunbuy Rotary Club drive around the area with sweets from Santa. Members and their friends have been carrying out this activity for the last five years. Rotarian Steve Castelli said they were never short of volunteers willing to lend a hand on Christmas morning. “We usually start at 8am and it usually takes about two hours. There are several groups that go around simultaneously - some head down to Ski Beach and Wallaby Beach, Yirrkala and throughout Nhulunbuy. “Just listen out and you will hear us coming. It has been a great experience in the past and the kids just love it ... even us big ones.”
Teenager attacked on way to work By MARJO HALLOWELL A teenAge girl was attacked as she walked to work last Wednesday morning, December 14. Police have arrested four people in relation to the aggravated assault and robbery on the 16 year-old female in nhulunbuy. two 18 year-old men and two youths, aged 16 and 17, were taken into police custody last thursday with three released on bail. the fourth was remanded in custody in Darwin and was set to appear in Darwin court on Monday.
the victim was assaulted and robbed at about 5.20am near the Peninsula Hotel on Matthew Flinders Way. She was walking from the south of Melville Bay Road, along Matthew Flinders Way towards the bakery on Arnhem Road. As the young woman walked past the driveway of the Peninsula Hotel on Matthew Flinders Way, she was approached from behind by a male. Detective Constable First Class Damien Barbe said that the young woman called her father and alerted him to the situation. “Before the victim’s father could come to
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the teenager was released from hospital and returned home late on Wednesday. Her father said she was very badly bruised and extremely upset after the attack. the area in front of the motel had been cordoned off for police investigations on Wednesday. Police urge anyone that may have been in the area at the time of the incident, or who may have seen anyone acting suspiciously near the Peninsula Hotel on Matthew Flinders Way at around 5.20am on Wednesday morning, to contact them on 131 444 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
her aid, she was punched and kicked repeatedly to the head and torso area. Her handbag was then stolen by the offender. “the victim sustained serious injuries as a result of the assault, resulting in her medical evacuation from gove Hospital to Royal Darwin Hospital for urgent treatment.” Det. Const. Barbe would like to thank the public for their excellent response in assisting Police in this incident. “the outstanding assistance received from the public has resulted in Police bringing a quick resolution to this matter,” said Det. Const. Barbe.
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Young leaders recognised NHULUNBUY High School students and their families attended the annual presentation night last week. The Arafura Times was one of three new sponsors, and Jake Edwards was the winner of the inaugural prize for particular achievement in text production. School principal, Julie Perry, said the introduction of the new awards was an indication of the schools strong standing and engagement with the community. Jake was described as a young writer having the capacity to use his heart and his soul to bring real life events into the hearts of his readers - a talent that is is rare and signiﬁcant. He can turn his hand to writing in a range of styles and for a range of purposes, but it is the deeply personal and heart felt prose that reveals his true capacity. Conscious always of the sensibilities of his reader, and aware of the power of the written word, Jake is able to rise above the trivialities of absolute correctness and challenge the accepted rules to produce the written text with the potential to resonate widely.
Dave Miegel Plumbing and Gove Tackleworld and Outdoor were also ﬁrst time sponsors for awards this year. Students compered the evening introducing presenters and winners and highlighting the achievements of those receiving special awards. In her address, principal Mrs Perry said the evening belonged to the students who were preparing their pathways to their futures. “We are making them life long learners,” she said. She highlighted the achievements of the students during the year detailing some of the special projects they had undertaken and their achievements outside the classroom. Emily Osborne and Nelson Browne made the valedictory address and likened their studies to a house of cards. Building a strong base for their future. Jar of Hearts and Wonderwall performed on the night.
Mark, Meg and Corey Bousen and the staff of the Arafura Times would like to wish all our valued readers, advertisers and friends a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
School holiday fun at the library
Today is the last issue of the Arafura Times for 2011. The first 2012 issue of the
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SCHOOL Holiday activities have been planned at the Nhulunbuy Community Library. In January, as part of the national year of reading project the activity will be writing postcards. This will be on January 3 from 10 am. The following Tuesday, January
THE counter disaster meeting was held last week and was attended by 40 local emergency service personnel as well as representatives from government departments. As part of the ongoing emergency disaster strategy the group was addressed by representatives from the Bureau of Meteorology and the Police Emergency Operations and Support team. A representative from BOM Gove said the staff here were observers and not forecasters. He showed them where to get information online on the BOM site and highlighted useful pages. Sergeant Hege Burns showed the authorised members the website set
10, those attending will be cooking up a storm making treats with no baking needed. On January 17 participants can let their imaginations go wild making their own craft masterpieces. The activities will be at the library and all start at 10am. Numbers are lim-
up to deal with emergency situation. She pointed out that the jobs put into the system had a coding that highlighted what stage they were at and when they were complete. She said this would eliminate numerous callouts to the same emergency by different services and could indicate what type of emergency needed to be actioned. It would also allow emergency services to prioritise their work and see from a map what problems were being experienced in different areas. While in Nhulunbuy she assisted some members registering and logging on to the system and advised she would return to Gove to conduct a couple of workshops
ited and bookings are essential. Phone 8987 0860 to make your booking. The library is also running a summer reading club with prizes to be won. Storytime for the under 5s is on every Wednesday and Friday from 10am with stories, dancing and singing.
to ensure all personnel would be up to date with the programme and how to use it. By holding regular counter disaster meetings all emergency and other bodies are familiar with their duties during a cyclone. A resource register has also been established so resources can be best used during a crisis should one arise. Anyone who holds a role during a cyclone who is going away over the festive season is reminded to ensure they register the person or persons who will be undertaking that role while they are absent. The local controller is Senior Sergeant Brendan Muldoon.
Gove Tennis aces the competition By MARJO HALLOWELL GOVE Tennis Club scored an ace when it was named the Most Outstanding Tennis Community at the recent Newcombe Medal Australian Tennis Awards. This comes on top of them winning the Most Outstanding Club award last year. Club president and vice president, Paul Mery and Michael Higgins, attended the presentation night representing the club at the Melbourne Crowne Casino. Mr Mery said tennis stars and the who’s who of the Australian tennis world made the trip worthwhile. “It was like attending the Logies and Brownlow medal rolled into one event,” Mr Mery said. “We have an excellent and strong working committee that values the work done by the club manager, Nicky Mayer, and we all work together to ensure the club is run smoothly. It is a model that is recognised Australia wide as being the way to ensure a strong club. “Nicky is the driving force behind the club and her dedication and determination has helped to drive the club forward. “The club is soon to celebrate its 40th anniversary so has been here from the start of the town and we are continuing to move forward. “It was a great honour to go to Melbourne to accept the award on behalf of the club and its committee and members.”
The committee of the Gove Tennis Club - Australia’s most outstanding tennis community - L-R Lynne Walker, Chris Ward, Paul Mery (president), Lyn Mitchell, Nicky Mayer (club manager), Mike Higgins, Sarah Carlisle and Sarah Truz.
The club had sent both written and video submissions for the category and were delighted to have been short listed in the top three. With 502 members in a population of just over 4000 the club does have a high percentage of community involvement in membership alone. Club Manager Nicky Mayer said the club was very supportive of her work in the Homelands as well when she goes out and conducts coaching clinics with indigenous children. “We do have a strong junior membership as
well with 150-180 attending coaching. “The vision of the club is to expand the facilities for the beneﬁt of the community and we will continue to work with the Arnhem Club, Rio and the NT Government to see this become a reality. She added they chose the category as it had a cash prize of $25,000 attached to it. “This is going in to our sinking fund for maintenance and future improvements.” “We continue to encourage kids to play as they are the key to a strong future for the club.”
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Uni students graduate in Gove Congratulations and best wishes to all 2011 Northern Territory Certificate of Education and Training (NTCET) graduates. The Territory Government would like to thank everyone who has taught, guided and supported these students. www.smartterritory.nt.gov.au
Julia Marawili, Tim Wagg, recipient of the Adrian Wagg Award - Bungamana Ganambar, Sally Wagg and Rhonda Ganambarr at the presentation. AMONG the more than 60 students attended the 2011 Charles Darwin University presentation ceremony at the town hall last week was the ﬁrst student graduating in Australia with a Master of Indigenous Knowledge (Mawul Rom), Catherine Jones. They were among the 250 who completed their qualiﬁ cation at the Charles Darwin University this year. Nhulunbuy CDU campus administrator, Wendy Gordon, said it was wonderful to see so many people supported by their family and friends at the graduation, especially since the students couldn’t make it to Darwin. The Adrian Wagg Award was
presented to a student from the Miwatj region who displayed outstanding achievement and personal and community development. The award was presented to Bungamana Gamambarr. Director of RemoteLink CDU, Peter Fitzsimons told the students about decision making and their repercussions. “It is important you make the right decisions,” he said. “People who decide to study this year improved their self esteem and were now a skilled and wiser person.” Emanuele Tausinga, from the office of Indigenous academic support at CDU, highlighted the value of the VET programme.
“The term VET has become too familiar and we loose sight of its importance. It is lifelong learning and training in specialised skills,” Dr Tausinga said. Some of those graduating included Ann Bartholomeusz with a graduate diploma in teaching and learning, Gary Waninya Marika with a certiﬁcate III in community services work and Scott Adam Whelan with a certiﬁ cate IV in building and construction. YBE and ALERT students received their certificate I in resources and infrastructure. Certiﬁ cates I and II in Tourism were awarded to 30 students and 11 received their certiﬁcate IV in training and assessment.
The 2012/2013 East Arnhem Region Business and Community Directory will be available in the new year. Taking listings NOW, so get in quick – closing soon. East Arnhem! of e ol h w e th g in Cover Call the Chamber of Commerce for more details or to book a space for your business on 8987 1985 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. FREE listings are available The Chamber of Commerce East Arnhem wishes everyone a very Merry Christmas and a safe and prosperous New Year! Arafura Times
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ThE Variety Queens is a group of women dedicated to raising funds for the Variety Club which supports sick children throughout Australia. The dedicated Nhulunbuy group is always busy and their mystery tours are always much in demand. The group has raised over $600,000 for the charity over the years with their numerous fundraisers which, as well as the
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Officer in charge of NFS, Colin Snowden, said there was a ‘dry’ crew who were along for the festivities but remained sober in case any fire emergencies took place during the night. Angie Moyle, one of the Queens said the guests were enjoying relaxing on the bus, having a few drinks and dancing as well as stopping off at a number of locations around town.
Trade-training boost for local schools FOUR local schools are among the five Territory schools to receive funding to build trade-training centres. Education and Training Minister Chris Burns has welcomed the announcement by the Australian Government that Yirrkala School, Nhulunbuy High, Gapuwiyak, Shepherdson College at Galiwin’ku and as well as Ntaria School will share in the $176 million nation-wide investment, which will see new and improved facilities for students to create pathways to employment while completing their normal school studies. Dr Burns said the trade-training centres will help prepare students for employment and help to meet the
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bus, include a regular stall at the markets selling donuts and also assisting other community organisations with their fundraisers. Last week they took members of the Nhulunbuy Fire Service around the traps for their Christmas Party. As part of their evening they called into the Hog Shed where there were celebrations following the annual Toy Run.
workforce needs for the Territory’s future, particularly in regional areas. “Education is the number one priority of the Henderson government, and with the assistance of the Australian Government, we are ensuring that every child in the Territory has access to top-class facilities. “These schools will receive new and upgraded state-of-the-art training facilitates which is great news for students and future employers. “If every child goes to school every day in the Territory, they will be set for a great future and through these trade training centres, we can establish a direct pathway to skilled employment opportunities,” Dr Burns said.
A 31-YEAR-OLD man pleaded guilty to drink driving when he appeared at Nhuunbuy Magistrates Court last week. He was fined $400 and ordered to pay the $40 victim’s levy and was
disqualified from driving for six months. No conviction was recorded. He had been stopped by police on Matthew Flinders Way on December 2 and registered a blood alcohol reading of 0.099 per cent.
Dump needs attention before cyclone AS residents are being constantly reminded to clear up in case of a cyclone this season it is a little disconcerting to see the volume of rubbish along roadsides, particularly in Yirrkala. A visit to the old tip gives a clear indication that many still use the old site, dumping rubbish on the roadside at the closed entry. A spokesperson for the East Arnhem Shire Council said the community of Yirrkala has a regular twice weekly household waste collection service on Tuesdays and Fridays. To allow for the larger household numbers, many households are allocated two 240-litre bins. In addition to this, residents also receive free weekly hard rubbish removal and engineered landﬁll within 10km. “East Arnhem Shire Council strives to deliver an acceptable level of service for the Yirrkala community. On a comparative basis, the level of service received in Yirrkala far exceeds levels that would be allocated to any other community of a similar size in Australia,” she said. “The previous Yirrkala landﬁll site was located on a mining lease and was deemed unsuitable for continued operations by the Shire; as such a decision was made to close the landﬁll. “A number of factors contributed to this decision; including the level of upgrades required to bring the landﬁll site to a standard that complied with the Waste Management and Pollution Control Act and implementation of cost effective management practices. “East Arnhem Shire Council did explore the option of establishing a transfer station just outside of Yirrkala. However, it was decided that a regular hard waste collection would instead be undertaken in the community to ensure the correct disposal of larger items that can not be included in the regular household waste service. “On a weekly basis, a kerbside waste collection similar to a cyclone clean-up takes place alongside the regular community beautiﬁcation service in Yirrkala. “On average, the municipal service team collects two full trucks loads of hard rubbish and up to 24 additional bags of rubbish from around Yirrkala. On occasions this clean up has included the disposal of car bodies and larger items which could be dangerous all year round. “East Arnhem Shire Council is aware that there has been rubbish disposed at the entrance of the former Yirrkala landﬁll site and where it has the ability to do so actively discourages this practice. Although the issue of illegal dumping at the former landﬁll site is not the responsibility of the Shire, it has in the past removed rubbish from along the section of roadway leading to the former landﬁll. “East Arnhem Shire Council has written to the lease holder of the former landﬁll site to seek assistance in regards to rehabilitation and remediation through the provision of heavy plant equipment located at the nearby mine. The cost of obtaining the heavy plant required to push in the landﬁll pits is prohibitive for the Shire; unfortunately to date the lease holder has not been able to assist the Shire with this request. The Shire would still welcome the opportunity to work collaboratively to properly close the land ﬁll.”
The blocked entrance to the disused tip hasn’t stopped people still dumping their rubbish.
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Property Rates Charges 2012 General Service Charges UCV Rate in $1 0.01723 Garbage Charges per service 317.46 Sewerage Services 266.57 Rates Instalment Fee 33.00 Late Fee (Rates, Electricity, Water) per occurence 10.00 Water per KL 0.6731 Interim Water Reading 0.00 Rate Book Enquiry Verbal Free Dishonered Cheque/Direct Debit Fee 23.35 Written Certificate of Fees & Charges 51.30 Airport Charges 2012 Head Taxes per passenger 13.75 Landing Fees per tonne 16.50 Security Tax per bag 3.50 Building 2012 Building Vendor Inspect Fee - Residential 110.00 Building Vendor Inspect Fee - Commercial 250.00 Building Application Fees Admin Fee - Copies of Building Plans 82.50 - A4 Photocopy 1.65 - A3 Photocopy 5.50 Building Application and Satellite Dish Applications 33.00 - Group 1 (driveways, fences, retaining walls misc. works) 82.50 - Group 2 (car ports, patios, pergolas, garden sheds & minor building additions) 137.50 - Group 3 (residential dwellings & major additions) 577.50 - Group 4 (industrial & commercial buildings additions) 605.00 Plus square mtr charge group 3 1.76/mtr Plus square mtr charge group 4 3.03/mtr Electronic Lodgement of Building Application (printing costs) 27.50 Performance Bond BA Group 1 & 2 no charge Performance Bond BA Group 3 & 4 300.00 Headworks/Kerb Bond BA Group 3 & 4 500.00 Retrospective Building Application (application after works done) Double Above Installation Water Meter Fee - 20mm 880.00 - 25mm 1221.00 - 40mm 2200.00 - 50mm 2750.00 Damage to Water Meters - 20mm 385.00 Cost + 20% Admin Fee Damage to Water Meters Plus call out fee or part there of per person Out of hours Call Out Fee 165.00 Reconnection of Water Supply 110.00 Water Meter Test (Refunded if meter is faulty) 110.00 Development Applications 2012 Estimated cost to include GST and own Labour/Plant costs Use (no physical development) 187.00 Single dwelling or additions on one lot. Complying application only 187.00 Estimated cost of development not exceeding $100,000 187.00 Estimated cost of development greater than $100,000 but not exceeding $250,000 550.00 Estimated cost of development greater than $250,000 but not exceeding $1,000,000 825.00 Estimated cost of development greater than $1,000,000 but not exceeding $10,000,000 2750.00 Estimated cost of development greater than $10,000,000 but not exceeding $25,000,000 7150.00 Estimated cost of development greater than $25,000 000 but not exceeding $50,000,000 14300.00 Estimated cost of development greater than $50,000,000 22000.00 Retrospective Development Application - after works done Double Above Subdivision or Consolidation of Lots (Flat Fee) 880.00 - Plus price per Lot 44.00 10% of application fee or Variation of Development Permit $143 whichever is greater Maintenance Recoveries 2012 - Depot employee per hour 110.00 - Building and Regulatory Officer 220.00 - Manager of Engineering Services 330.00 Animal Control 2012 Full Financial Year 1 Nov/Dec/31 Jan to 31 Oct - Normal Whole Dog 85.00 - Normal De-sexed Dog 25.00 - Pensioner Whole Dog 25.00 - Pensioner De-sexed Dog 5.00 Nine Months 1 Feb/Mar/30 Apr to 31 Oct - Normal Whole Dog 63.75 - Normal De-sexed Dog 18.75 - Pensioner Whole Dog 18.75 - Pensioner De-sexed Dog 3.75 Six Months 1 May/Jun/31Jul to 31 Oct - Normal Whole Dog 42.50 - Normal De-sexed Dog 12.50 - Pensioner Whole Dog 12.50 - Pensioner De-sexed Dog 2.50 Three Months 1 Aug/Sept/31 Oct - Normal Whole Dog 21.25 - Normal De-sexed Dog 6.25 - Pensioner Whole Dog 6.25 - Pensioner De-sexed Dog 1.25 Property License Fees (More than 2 Dogs) - Nov to Oct Full Year 100.00 - May to Oct ½ Year 50.00 Fines & Penalties 2012 Replacement Dog Tags 5.50
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Gove lights up
Walkabout bottlo open
A Christmas message from Oasis Church By PHILL and ELEANOR SAMPSON
The bottleshop at the Walkabout re-opened for business last week. It is part of an extensive rennovation which included the Flinders Sportsbar and bistro and the official opening will take place early in the new year once all the signage arrives and finishing touches are added. Sylvia Heeney was ensuring all the shelves were in order. Christmas decorations for all to see. HOUSES around town are donning extra lighting in a bid to have the best Christmas lights in town. A competition being run by the Nhulunbuy Corporation Limited will s ee th e w in ne r a nnounced
later this week from among the houses who have entered. In a bid to encourage entries the community sports and recreation officer , Ace Rubukawaqa dropped application forms into houses that
Busy holiday programme with Anglicare
were displaying the colourful displays. He said the houses will be judged this w eek and the w inners will be announced before Christmas.
ANGLICARE is starting their school holiday programme on January 5 and will re-open from January 3. They will be running two days of creative minds which is basically arts and crafts activities. The popular circus day from the last school holiday is coming back on the January 11 with unicycle,
There are two categories in each of two classes - one for a subsidised property and one for n o n s u b s id i s e d . T h e p r iz e s ar e for a complete display or for a decorative small area.
juggling, poi and hoola hoop workshops at the town hall. On January 17 there is a special day for boys with a jam session. Interested participants must contact Anglicare. On January 19 and 25 there will be two days of hip hop classes with a teacher from the Arafura Dance and on the last afternoon a danc-
ing competition will take place. School activities are wrapping up with a back to school pool party at the town pool. The drop in will be open every Friday afternoon through the month with cooking, arts crafts, movies, pool table, wii games and ping pong table. All activities are for anyone aged 12 to 17.
BY this time in the Christmas season, people are usually stressed out trying to get gifts and preparation ready for Christmas day and anticipating holidays. They call it the silly season. Did you know Christmas day is one of the highest recorded for family violence and one of the loneliest times for people who have no family? What was meant to be a wonderful time is often horrific for some people. Some of us have fond memories of Christmas and some would rather forget it. All of this is a reflection of Christmas without Christ, a shadow without the substance of the true meaning. I would like to encourage everyone who reads this to look past all the retail and plastic and come back to the real meaning of Christmas. Which is: We were all given a priceless gift, Gods own Son who ultimately paid the price for our sin, the thing that separates us from God’s love and acceptance. Because of God’s love for us, Jesus was born into the world to show us that there is a way to be accepted by God through Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross where He paid the price for our sin. The baby that was born to die. God’s word and message to mankind at Jesus’ birth was peace on earth and good will to all men. I invite everyone to come to church at Oasis Christian Assembly this Christmas day at 10am - 11am, and hear about the true meaning of Christmas. After have some cake and a cuppa. Come, find the true and joyful meaning of Christmas, we hope yours is a wonderful one.
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EDITOR’S NOTE: If you have an upcoming event, please let us know by email to email@example.com or phone Marjo Hallowell on 1300 088 000. Wed 21 to Fri, Apr 20, 2012. Nhulunbuy Regional Sports Fishing Club – 2011-2012 XXXX Gold Billﬁsh Tournament. Wed 21 to Fri, Jan 27, 2012. Nhulunbuy Community Neighbourhood Centre - Holiday Happening programme. 7.30am - 5.30pm, Monday to Friday. Ph 8987 2191. Fri 23. Santa at IGA 4-5pm. Sun 25. Rotary Santa’s Lolly Run on Christmas Day starts about 8am Christmas morning and distributes lollies and good cheer to Nhulunbuy, Yirrkala, Biritjimi, Galupa and Marngarr. Help is more than welcome.
To the town of Nhulunbuy. Recently our daughter Sara Hampel passed away whilst living in your town. We wish to thank the community of Nhulunbuy for their support, love and the friendship that you had shown both Sara and her husband Matthew. We were very grateful for the many people who called around to offer their sympathy and help, to drop in the cooked meals that we enjoyed and also the little extras like
Tue 3. Nhulunbuy Community Library school Holiday activities - National Year of Reading Project - writing postcards- from 10am. Numbers Limited and bookings essential. Ph 8987 0860. Thu 5. Anglicare School Holiday Program - activities for 12-17-year-olds. Tue 10. Nhulunbuy Community Library school Holiday activities - Cook up a storm with no baking involved from 10am. Numbers Limited and bookings essential. Ph 8987 0860. Wed 11. Anglicare Circus Workshop with juggling, poi, hoola hoop, unicycle at the Town Hall - activities for 12-17-year-olds. Sat 14. Nhulunbuy Motorcycle Club - Working Bee. Sun 15. Nhulunbuy Motorcycle Club - ﬁrst meeting of the year. Tue 17. Nhulunbuy Community Library school Holiday activities - Let’s get crafty - make your own masterpieces - from 10am. Numbers Limited and bookings essential. Ph 8987 0860. Tue 17. Anglicare - boys jam session - activities for 12-17-year-olds. Thu 19. Anglicare in conjunction with Arafura Dance hip hop classes - activities for 12-17-year-olds. Wed 25. Anglicare in conjunction with Arafura Dance hip hop classes - activities for 12-17-year-olds.
by NT Member for Nhulunbuy LYNNE WALKER
Tue 7. Nhulunbuy Regional Sports Fishing Club Monthly General Meeting. Fri 17. Rotary Quiz Night. Sat 18. Nhulunbuy Corporation Art and Craft Market hosted by Highland Dance Group. Date to be conﬁrmed: Nhulunbuy Regional Sports Fishing Club - Junior Fishing Clinic and Family Competition. Clinic Saturday - competition Sunday.
NT HEALTH Minister Kon Vatskalis is visiting today (Wednesday, December 21) to officially open the six new units of accommodation at Gove Hospital and inspect the newly refurbished
Tue 6. Nhulunbuy Regional Sports Fishing Club Monthly General Meeting. Sat 24. Nhulunbuy Corporation Art and Craft Market hosted by NPS Year 6 Canberra Excursion Group. TBA: AFANT Ladies Fishing Clinic - 2pm Sunday afternoon. TBA: Airnorth Ladies Fishing Tournament - Ladies 2 day Tournament. TBA: Airnorth Ladies Fishing Tournament - Presentation Dinner.
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the biscuits and cake. Also to the girls from Manfield Colair for cleaning the house after we had left and the furniture was packed up. To Cross Survey and Rio Tinto for organising the shift with the least amount of worry to Matthew. And to the town of Nhulunbuy for their generous donations to Mia for her continuing care and welllbeing. We are overwhelmed with everything your town has done for our family. Chas
dental clinic. Modern facilities are a top priority in attracting health professionals to remote areas for delivery of patient services. I’m also really pleased that these projects were undertaken by local contractors. Brett Grieves (BIG Carpentry) constructed the accommodation and Zen Bajraktari (Zenco Constructions) completed works at the clinic. THE Australian Government has announced funding of $176 million to build trade training centres in five remote schools including three in the electorate of Nhulunbuy; Yirrkala School, Nhulunbuy High and Shepherdson College on Elcho Island. Gapuwiyak and Ntaria (Central Australia)
who will have the full support of Yolngu clan leaders. We wish to actively reconcile any ill feelings this incident may cause between members of our shared community. In the future our leaders will work together to promote our Ngarra rom for good conduct, respect of others and peace in the spirit of this land. Yours Sincerely, Timmy Djawa Burarrwanga Gumatj Clan
commented 18 months ago when we visited Sara in Nhulunbuy, that if you could transport your town to anywhere in Australia what a wonderful country we would have. Be proud of yourselves and know that we are forever grateful for the wonderful support you have given us all in our time of loss. We will always have fond memories of your town and the wonderful people who live there. Chas and Cheryl Nokes
are also part of the pool. Building opportunities and pathways for students between education, training and employers is critical to strengthening our regional and Territory economy and addressing what is a nationwide skills shortage. I WAS heartened to see the rapid progress of the housing programme at Elcho last week with dozens of new homes on the new subdivision at lock-up stage and ready for handover. YIRRKALA remains one of the last communities in the NT to reach lease agreement to enable the SIHIP programme to roll out. Upon agreement, planning will commence for the $16 million Yirrkala housing package which
Our bonny baby
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We feel your pain. We Yolngu want all people to feel safe and protected in Nhulunbuy, Yirrkala, Ski Beach and Wallaby Beach and we will work harder to ensure this. We understand words are limited in trying to repair the damage done, but we want to publicly say sorry to the family. There are laws to protect all people in this country and we respect these laws. We will leave this matter with the authorities
Hospital accommodation opens in Gove
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Yolngu system about relationships among all people, beings and things in the world. Mawul rom is the law of peacemaking. We Yolngu want to live in peace with others and share the goodness of our ways. Under Yolngu Law this recent tragedy is against Ngarra rom and it is deeply shameful for us. We leaders want to express our feelings to the family members suffering at the moment and to all Nhulunbuy residents.
Town rallied around father and baby daughter
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Yolngu leaders feel shame over attack To the families and the residents of Nhulunbuy, All of the Leaders of the Yolngu clans would like to express our remorse and to extend our deepest sympathy over the recent event that has devastated a family in Nhulunbuy. We are part of that pain and we are very very sad to have to write this letter. We Yolngu have our Ngarra rom which is our law. Ngarra, or hidden knowledge, holds the
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Jordon Krohn was born at Gove District Hospital on September 22. He is a son for Kadek Sukerti and John Krohn and a brother for Jennifer. He weighed 3.77kg.
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will deliver new and refurbished housing. FoR those of us still doing the last minute Christmas shopping, step into our local shops and support local businesses and jobs in our community. I’m looking forward to spending Christmas with my family in Nhulunbuy as I’ve done for many years, and then taking off for a break in Bali in the New Year, returning to work on January 16. My office will be in the capable hands of my electorate officer, Karen Cislowski, and will be open with the exception of public holidays. Best wishes to all for a safe and happy festive season and a prosperous New Year.
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A GROUP of 12 students (pictured) from Rio Tintoâ€™s ALERT programme recently participated in a CertiďŹ cate I in Resources and Infrastructure at Charles Darwin University, Nhulunbuy. The course prepares the students for future positions in the mining sector. The 10 week course is entirely centred on health and safety in the workplace and students obtained their ďŹ rst aid certiďŹ cate. Classroom theory was consolidated through a variety of practical projects in a workshop environment, using a variety of materials,
as well as hand and power tools. The students familiarity and conďŹ dence is engaged through practical projects such as the construction of wooden and metal tool boxes and maintenance of trailers and small motors. A picnic table was also made for the barbecue area at the training centre and rocking horses were once again made and donated within the community along with wooden toys including snakes, crocodiles and planes. A special project was the construction and decoration of Santaâ€™s chair
for use on his visits to Nhulunbuy. Students worked on this design for the communities and external relations department. Helen Clark kindly covered the cushion. The children at the annual Christmas parties for Rio employees had a great time seeing Santa. The group of trainees felt they had improved signiďŹ cantly in the areas of measuring (measure twice, cut once), signage, working and communicating within a team environment and their level of confidence in the workshop increased significantly. Most importantly the group agreed that their understanding and expectations of mine site operations has altered dramatically since the beginning of the course. â€œTheory made me more aware of onsite safety and preparing myself,â€? one student said. â€œFeeling of accomplishment from making our toolboxes and Santaâ€™s chair, â€œ another student said. Overall the group enjoyed the hands on nature of the course as well as the opportunity to work together and support each other.
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Radio station sending out the call THERE is no excuse to complain about the music being played on the local radio station because the easiest way for listeners to make sure the music they like is being played is to become a volunteer and play it themselves. Gove FM is a community station operated by volunteers. The president of Gove FM, Rob Stewart, said he always welcomed new volunteers. â€œAt present there are 12 volunteers and if we tripled that number it would still not be too many,â€? Mr Stewart said. â€œWe want to make the station as diverse as possible with the variety of music determined by those putting in some time to become volunteers.â€? Mr Stewart said training would be given to anyone who wanted to lend a hand in making the community station more diverse. â€œWe are a truly local station and want to make sure we cater to the locals - no matter what their taste in music. â€œBeing a part of the radio station is painless as well as a lot of fun.â€? Anyone interested in becoming involved can contact Rob on 8987 1500.
Study grants for 2012 Applications open Higher Education Scholarships Are you a 2010 or 2011 Year 12 school leaver and enrolling at university next year? You may be eligible to receive a $3500* grant per year to assist you in DWWDLQLQJ\RXUÂżUVWGHJUHH Vocational Education and Training (VET) Scholarships Training can provide alternate pathways into the ZRUNIRUFH7HUULWRULDQVHQUROOLQJLQ&HUWLÂżFDWH,,,WR Diploma level courses and not working full-time may EHHOLJLEOHIRUD JUDQW Scholarship terms and conditions and application forms are available at www.det.nt.gov.au/grants or FRQWDFW Applications close Friday 17 February 2012 *Terms and conditions apply Rob Stewart keen to train up new volunteers.
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Funding for VET CHARLES Darwin University has secured $4.8 million in Commonwealth funding to establish an outreach programme aimed at improving participation in VET and higher educational study in the Northern Territory. The outreach programme will encourage students from lower socio-economic status (LSES) backgrounds to complete their secondary schooling and progress, either directly or by VET pathways, into higher education studies. The programme will have a specific focus on Indigenous and regional and remote students. Associate Professor Martin Carroll said that as a dual-sector institution, CDU has high engagement with Indigenous students, with around 4000 enrolled in VET courses and 400 in higher education. However, more can be done to improve educational opportunities and outcomes.
Supporting safety The Department of Education and Training (DET) is putting measures in place to better support teachers and schools work with children with challenging behaviour issues. Minister for Education and Training, Chris Burns, said a review group including principals, Australian Education Union representatives, DET staff and members of the Association of Northern Territory School Educational Leaders (ANSTEL) was formed to review management of students with extreme behaviours following a serious but isolated incident at Nightcliff Middle School earlier this year. The report has now been finalised and will be publicly available. “Incidents of extreme behaviour are rare, but it is important to ensure our staff and students have the safest environment possible and have access to support to manage difficult students.
The Nhulunbuy High School award winners STUDENTS obtained awards at the Nhulunbuy High School presentation last week. Middle school awards were presented by Julie Perry and year 7 recipients were: 7A - effort - Aaron Jegou and Molly Osborne; achievement - Paora Campbell and Tayla Miegel; 7B effort - James Maxwell and Declan Heath; achievement - Savanne Canobie; Chief Minister’s literacy achievement for Year 7 - Gabbi McGrath, Reagan Roath and Quinn Jorgensen. Year 8: 8A effort - Jessica Caughey and Lillian Nash; achievement Ryan Randle; 8B -achievement Samuel Jovici; effort - Ilawendy Ani and Jack Foggin; 8C achievement - Alexander Parfitt; effort - Danielle Even: Chief Minister’s award for year 8 - Liyadari Alahakoon, Jessica Caughey and Alexander Parfitt. Year 9: 9A - achievement - Laila BennettHartwig, and Joshua Noble ; effort - Monique Gilmore; 9B -achievement Rebecca Hill and effort Ashleigh Lewis. Chief Minister’s award year 9 - Joshua Noble and Sophie Clarke. The achievement award for student supported in mainstream classrooms (middle school) Liam Nolan and the special education centre awards - Thomas Lewis and Jason Henning. Senior school awards were presented by by Karen Hill. Year 10 achievement awards went to Madelaine Barnett, Gabrielle Birch, Joshua McKeough, Adam Staples, Niccola O’Neill, Jade Mclean, Joseph Llewelyn and Lanka Alahakoon and effort certificates to Leilani Ani, Cynthia Mangwende, Christina Burke, Bintang Daly, James Miegel, Laura Grant-Haddock and Madeleine Larsen. Harry Walker received the achievement award for a student supported in mainstream classrooms. Stage 1 academic achievement awards
went to Hailey Williams, Carlene Tawhi, Luke Veltmand and Lokota Johnson. Effort Certificates went to Rhys Reagan, Maddison Reid, Matthew Tutini, Sophie Van Dam, Kate White, Ainslea Barnes, Taylor Niemz, Saille Frumenzi, Courtney Hodgson and Isabelle White. Stage 2 : academic awards went to ShebaMarie Borthistle, Nelson Browne, Kirsten Hill, Emily Osborne and Bjorn Skoog. Effort certificates Emma Andrews, Aeden Bryce, Zoe Cox, Jake Edwards, Ebony Grills, Jaiden Grant-Haddock, Jocelyn Johnson, Katie Johnson, Keegan Kelly, Michael Mayer, Arben Ramosaj, Kyle Risely and Daito Taumalolo. Sheba-Marie Borthislte was the VET student of the year. The Arnhem Club sports awards went to Kalkani Pehi, Elizabeth Misob, William Pickett and Madeleine Larsen The Qantas sports girl of the year went to Christina Burke and the Walkabout Lodge sportsboy of the year went to Joseph llewelyn. The Rio Tinto Alcan Gove house trophy was won by Roper. The Guys of Gove Stage 1 award for academic potential went to Lakota Johnson and Saille Frumenzi. The Buku Larrnggay Mulka Art Centre awards for particular achievement in art was presented to Jocelyn Johnson and the NT music school award to Ainslea Barnes. East Arnhem trading awards for metalwork was won by Daito Taumalolo and for timber by Charlotte Piper. Harry Walker was named the Australia Council student citizen of the year. NT Treasury award for consistency and effort
in all senior classes - Kyle Risely. Dave Miegel Plumbing award for achievement in trade based courses -Keegan Kelly. Gove Tackleworld and Outdoor award for improvement in numeracy - Declan Heath. WD Hall & Associates for maths excellence award - Hayden Chrzanowski. Arafura Sea Charters award for environmental initiative - Grow Zone - landscaping project. Rotary awards for service above self Savanne Canobie and Meagan Morris. The Arafura Times award for particular achievement in text production - Jake Edwards. Group Training NT award for leadership Carlene Tawhi. YBE Indigenous student award for citizenship and effort - Talitha Gurruwiwi. Nhulunbuy High School Council Inc award for literary excellence - Justin Heath and Joshua Noble. Gove Arts Theatre for the performing arts - Lauren Ritchie. Lynne Walker MLA citizenship awards Emily Osborne and Arben Ramosaj. Australian defence force awards for leadership and teamwork : Year 10 - Joseph Llewelyn, Year 11 - Luke Veltman and Year 12 - Michael Mayer. NT Board of Studies awards: Year 9 - Rebecca Hill, Year 12 - Bjorn Skoog, Indigenous student - Katie Johnson and special needs - Nessie Frumenzi. Special academic awards: Royal Australian Chemical Institute award - Hailey Williams; the Derek Harper Memorial award for science - Bjorn Skoog and the Manfield Colair award for all round ability in year 12 - Nelson Browne and Emily Osborne.
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Lawyers head out to the communities A NUMBER of Yolngu communities and Homelands recently took proactive steps to bridge the gap between Yolngu systems of law and the mainstream legal system. This gap continues to be a source of confusion and tension for many Yolngu living in north east Arnhem Land. There are very few avenues for Yolngu communities to have input into the mainstream laws and legal process that operate in their region. Recently community courts for adult offenders were cancelled. Community courts allow community elders to sit with the visiting magistrate and speak to the offender and provide additional information to the magistrate. At the request of a number of community leaders, solicitors from the North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA) held community meetings in Gunyangara and Yirrkala and visited a number of homelands during the week of November 21 to 27. In addition to delivering legal services in the areas of civil, family and criminal law, NAAJA advocates for systemic policy change and is involved in initiatives such as â€˜law and justice groupsâ€™ designed to help Aboriginal communities have greater participation in legal processes. The purpose of the community discussions was to share stories about parts of the mainstream law that are unfair or confusing, as well as to collaborate on possible improvements and engage in two-way learning about the different legal systems. The community meetings in Gunyangara and Yirrkala were well attended and generated much discussion, with around 60 people participating in Gunyangara and 40 people in Yirrkala. One clear theme that emerged was the desire for a rehab or work camp type facility to be based in an East Arnhem Homeland. The facility could operate as an alternative to prison in appropriate cases. Participants also felt that people involved in the legal system should make more effort to use Homelands for rehabilitation of offenders. Sending offenders to appropriate Homelands would remove them from some of the negative influences of living close to town, keep them away from alcohol and allow families to more closely monitor offenders. â€œWe heard lots of stories about how difficult it is to keep in touch with family who have been sent to prison. Visits to Berrimah prison are expensive and difficult to arrange, and unlike many other communities, Nhulunbuy doesnâ€™t have video link facilities where people can speak with family in prison. Prisoners who are disconnected from their families found it harder to reintegrate after they had served their sentence,â€? said NAAJA advocacy solicitor Ruth Barson. People also shared concerns
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strong desire to find ways for the two legal systems to work together. There is a lot we can learn from Yolngu dispute resolution,â€? said NAAJA legal education solicitor Ben Grimes. The public ceremony grounds were immaculately prepared with paperbark and cycad trees. Throughout the day participants in the ceremony took the time to explain the significance and purpose of various aspects of the ceremony to the NAAJA lawyers. Time was set aside to acknowledge Gayili Marika for her hard work in the area of suicide prevention. Towards the end of the ceremony a damper made from cycad nuts, which had been ground and soaked in the river for four days to remove poisons, was shared amongst all the participants. Nhulunbuy senior solicitor Josephine Cashman summed up the experience said: â€œWe are very grateful to the Dhalinybuy community for opening up their homeland and allowing our lawyers to participate in this important ceremony. I hope that that we can have many more good discussions about law and justice in the future.â€?
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Santa calls in to Yirrkala Child Care Centre
PHOTOS: MARJO HALLOWELL
Each year the pre-schoolers in Yirrkala are treated to a visit by Santa. This year The Child Care Centre played host to the youngsters with entertainment, carols and tasty treats, not to mention presents from Santa. Santa arrived on the Nhulunbuy Fire Truck and the children rushed to the gate to see what the commotion was about as the siren blared. The younger recipients were not too sure about the man in the red suit with a few tears but the older children were keen to line up for their presents.
Children sit down to sing songs for Santa.
These youngsters enjoying the entertainment. This youngster one of the first to get her present but still a little unsure about the man in the red suit.
All smiles for Santa.
Colin Snowden with Santa and helpers.
Sarah Wanambi, 4 months, with Santa.
Latisha, 3, Paul, 10 months and Quincy Gumbula at the Christmas party.
Watching the show.
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TJ Mununggurr gets a present from Santa.
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Enjoying the party.
Secondary students recognised for their achievements The Nhulunbuy High School held a presentation night last week recognising the achievements of students.
The Walkabout sports boy of the year award was won by Joseph llewwlyn and was presented by John Tourish.
Winner of the senior boys for outstanding efforts in sport - WIlliam Pickett.
Madeleine Larsen, winner of the senior outstanding efforts in sport.
Emily Osborne, winner of the award for all round ability in Year 12 - along with Nelson Browne.
Ainslea Barnes, winner of the music award.
Carlene Tawhi - award for leadership.
Winner of the Rotary Service Above Self award Savanne Canobie.
Student citizen of the year, Harry Walker.
Meaghan Morris - winner of the Rotary Service Above Self award.
Winner of the art award, Jocelyn Johnson.
Elizabeth Misob, most promising girl in sport - middle school.
Kalkani Pehi, winner of the sport most promising middle school boy.
Keegan Kelly - achievement in trade based courses.
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5:30 Sunrise 8:30 The Morning Show 11:00 Seven Morning News 11:30 Movie: “Five Children And It” (PG a,v) 1:30 Trapped 2:30 Time Trackers 3:00 The Fairies 3:30 It’s Academic 4:00 Seven News 4:30 Discover Tasmania 5:00 Deal Or No Deal 5:30 Seven News 6:00 Today Tonight 6:30 Drug Bust: Police come down hard on a gang and it’s sophisticated drug dealing network as part of a massive operation to get drugs off the South Auckland streets. Some intuitive police work on a routine car stop unveils a commercial marijuana growing set up. 7:00 Better Homes & Gardens Summer 8:00 TBA 10:00 Maneaters 11:15 Perfect Couples: “Perfect Pants” - When Amy disapproves of Vance’s new red pants, Leigh instructs her to take a stand against them. 11:45 Special: Australia’s Endangered Species - Documenting the demise of Australia’s rarest plants and animals, all at risk of extinction. 1:30 Auction Squad 2:30 Infomercials / 3:30 NBC Today
5:00 Weatherwatch & Music 5:05 World News 1:00 Food Lovers’ Guide To Australia 1:30 Inspector Rex: The Conspiracy 2:30 The Squiz 3:00 Letters And Numbers 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Global Village: Under The Spell Of Horses: Morocco 6:00 Letters and Numbers 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Coast: Southport to Whitehaven 8:30 As It Happened: Convoy: War For The Atlantic: The Hunt 9:30 World News Australia 10:05 The Pirelli Calendar Saga 11:10 Movie: “Manual Of Love 2” (M l,s) - In Italian. Monica Bellucci leads a host of good-looking Italian actors in this heart-warming, comical anthology of four interconnected tales of love. A radio DJ invites listeners to call in and tell their love stories. What follows are the stories of four different kinds of relationships. 1:20 Movie: “Heartbreak Hotel” (MA l,n,s) - Helena Bergstrom and Maria Lundqvist are wonderful as the Swedish ‘Thelma and Louise’ in this heart-warming comedy about two 40something divorcees who discover that fun is not exclusively for the young. 3:10 Weatherwatch Overnight
4:00 Rage (MA) 5:00 Rage (PG) 6:00 Rage (G) 10:00 Rage 11:00 Rick Stein’s Christmas Odyssey 12:00 My Family: A Night Out 12:30 Elders With Andrew Denton: Rosalie Kunoth-Monks 1:00 Movie: “It’s A Wonderful Life” (PG) 3:05 Skellig 4:50 Ten Minute Tales: The Running Of The Deer 5:00 My Family Christmas Special 6:00 Carols From St Andrews: Carols from the Cathedral church of St Andrew in Sydney. Besides the well-known carols of Christmas, its fine choir of men and boys will sing from the treasury of Anglican sacred Christmas music with the gathered congregation. 7:00 ABC News 7:30 Going Postal - When Reacher Gilt, owner of the Clack system, tries to burn the Post Office down, new Postmaster Lipwig refuses to be beaten, and promises that the post will go out as usual. 9:05 Tim Minchin Vs The Sydney Symphony: Tim Minchin has become one of the most successful live comedy performers in the world. Here he performs with the Sydney Symphony at the Sydney Opera House. 11:30 Doctor Who At The Proms 2010: Featuring music from the longest running and most successful science fiction series of all time, this prom includes Daleks, Cybermen and a special appearance by the Doctor himself. 12:30 Rage
5:30 Children’s Programs 6:30 Weekend Today - Saturday 8:30 Children’s Programs 1:00 Pyramid 1:30 Danoz Direct 2:00 The Year Without Santa Claus 4:00 The Bill Engvall Show 4:30 National News: First At Five 5:00 4WD TV 5:30 National News Saturday 6:00 Australia’s Funniest Home Videos Summer Series 7:00 Movie: “Kung Fu Panda: Secrets Of The Furious Five” - Master Shifu asks Po to teach a group of rowdy bunny kittens that Kung Fu isn’t just about kicking butt. So Po tells stories of each of the Furious Five’s pasts. 7:30 Carols By Candlelight 10:30 Little Britain: “Christmas Special” (M) - Dafydd has to decide whether to remain the only gay in the village, or leave to join the other gays in London. Florence has to decide whether or not to hang up her crinolines. And Carol’s computer has to decide whether or not to say no to a customer hoping to go on a round-the-world cruise. 11:10 Movie: “Snow Wonder” (PG a) 1:05 Movie: “A Christmas Carol” (PG s) 2:40 Spyforce 3:30 Danoz Direct 5:00 Dora The Explorer
5:30 Children’s Programs 6:30 Weekend Sunrise 8:30 Children’s Programs 1:00 Movie: “The Adventures Of Charlotte And Henry” (C) 2:40 Movie: “Karroll’s Christmas” (PG h,s) 4:30 Creek To Coast 5:00 Queensland Weekender 5:30 Seven News 6:00 No Leave No Life - This week, Rosso surprises hard-working family man Colin Belay who works long hours as an auto electrician. He and his wife Leanne have been together since they were teenagers and have Luke, 7, and Lara, 4, now too. 6:30 Off The Eaten Track 7:00 Christmas Special: Prep & Landing: Naughty Vs Nice 11:35 Movie: “Broken Lizard’s Club Dread” (AV v,s,l) - When a psychotic killer attacks guests at a holiday resort, it is up to the staff to hide the carnage from the surviving guests. 1:50 Movie: “Mama’s Gone A-Hunting” (M v) - A psychotic prison escapee and his young partner, decide to kidnap a wealthy couple’s baby and hold it for ransom. Little do they know that the babysitter wants the baby for herself. 3:30 Home Shopping 4:30 Style By Jury 5:00 Christmas Special: My Friends Tigger And Pooh: Super Sleuth Christmas Movie
5:00 Weatherwatch & Music 5:05 World News 1:00 La GrandeDuchesse de Gerolstein 3:45 The Chopin Preludes 3:55 The Chopin Etudes 4:00 Tim Marlow Meets... Nitin Sawhney 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 The Legends Of Santa 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Big, Bigger, Biggest: Aircraft 8:30 Mythbusters: Alcohol Myths - The idea that alcohol has this magical property that will make people around you more attractive the more you drink, prompts Adam, Jamie and Kari to test it out scientifically. Then they check out the best way to sober up quickly. First they get drunk to examine ways of sobering up like drinking strong black coffee, exercising, dunking your face in icy water and the long-established face slap. 9:30 RocKwiz: Christmas Special 10:55 Movie: “Iznogoud” (M l,n) - In French. A riotously camp musical comedy based on the French comic series by writer René Goscinny (Astérix) and artist Jean Tabary. Set in Baghdad in the Middle Ages, the Grand Vizier Iznogoud is obsessed with overthrowing the Caliph of Baghdad, Haroun El Plassid, with the intention of taking over his throne. 12:40 S.O.S: Father Christmas Doesn’t Come Here 1:40 Movie: “Jade Warrior” (M v,h) 3:35 Weatherwatch Overnight
SBS 5:00 Weatherwatch & Music 5:05 World News 1:00 Food Lovers’ Guide to Australia 1:30 Inspector Rex: The Man with a Thousand Faces 2:30 The Squiz 3:00 Letters And Numbers 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Global Village: Under the Spell of Horses: Morocco 6:00 Letters And Numbers 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 My Sri Lanka with Peter Kuruvita 8:00 One Man and His Campervan: North Devon 8:30 The Family: And So This is Christmas 9:30 World News Australia 10:00 Movie: “36 Quai Des Orfevres” (MAV v) - In French. In the underbelly of the Parisian criminal world, the police are frustrated by a gang committing a series of violent robberies. Leo Vrinks and Denis Klein are two cops seeking promotion and the imminent departure of the Chief sets the scene for them to compete for the vacant throne. 12:00 Movie: “The Woodsman” (MA a) - With his 12-year prison stretch reaching an end, convicted paedophile Walter faces an uncertain walk back into the free world. Attempting to keep his previous indiscretions secret from prying eyes, Walter tries to piece together his shattered life by finding a job and an apartment. 1:45 Weatherwatch Overnight
4:00 Rage 6:30 Children’s Programs 9:00 ABC News 24 Mornings 9:30 The World This Week 9:55 Carols From St Andrew’s 10:00 Christianity: A History: Dark Ages 10:50 Ten Minute Tales: Dog Alone 11:00 Christmas Mass 2011 12:50 Ten Minute Tales: Through The Window 1:00 Compass: Caravan Of Hope 1:30 Framed 3:00 The Private Life Of A Christmas Masterpiece: The Adoration Of The Christ Child 3:50 Hugh Laurie: Down By The River 4:40 The NOW Now 5:00 World Champion Santa 5:30 Robbie The Reindeer: Close Encounters Of The Herd Kind 6:00 A Very Specky Christmas 7:00 ABC News 7:20 The Queen’s Christmas Message 2011 7:30 My Family: Mary Christmas: King of the festive fun-spoilers Ben Harper and the rest of his bonkers brood are back in this Christmas Special, and he’s no keener to get into the holiday spirit than in any other year. 8:30 Easy Virtue 10:05 Merry Christmas: Joyeux Noel 11:55 Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol 1:00 My Family: Mary Christmas 1:55 Hungry Beast: A strange and unpredictable show about the world and those who sail in it. 2:25 Easy Virtue
5:30 Children’s Programs 10:30 The Bill Engvall Show 11:00 A Christmas Story 12:45 Carols By Candlelight 3:45 Unaccompanied Minors 5:30 National News 6:00 Movie: “Shrek The Halls” (G) Christmas comes to the Swamp and while Shrek would be happy to be at home alone with his family, Donkey, Puss in Boots and all their fairytale buddies visit the swamp and want to share Christmas together as they put their own twist on everyone’s favourite holiday traditions. 9:00 Movie: “Bad Santa” (MA l,s,v) - Conman Willie and his elf like “helper” work once a year, near Christmas posing as Santa Claus and an elf, robbing department stores. Their strategy becomes complicated when they encounter a precocious 8 year old boy who teaches the two the true meaning of Christmas. 11:50 The Queen’s Christmas Message 12:00 Movie: “The Brigand Of Kandahar” (PG v) - In India, set in 1850 a half caste British officer in the Bengal Lancers is falsely accused of cowardice, court-martialled and discharged. 11:10 TBA 2:00 Danoz Direct 3:00 Newstyle Direct 3:30 National Early Morning News / 4:00 Today
5:30 TBA 6:00 Christmas Movie Special: “The Ultimate Christmas Present” (G) 7:30 Trapped 8:30 Time Trackers 9:30 Erky Perky 10:30 Christmas Special: Christmas Light 11:00 Christmas Special: Bike For Bibles 11:30 Christmas Special: Christmas Out Of The Box 12:00 Christmas Special: Christmas Glow 12:30 Christmas Movie Special: “Millions” (PG a,s,v) 2:30 Christmas Movie Special: “Snow Buddies” (G) 5:00 Christmas Special: Merry Madagascar 5:00 The Great South East 5:30 Seven News 6:00 Christmas Special: The Vicar Of Dibley - Christmas Special 7:10 Dog Patrol 7:40 Coastwatch 8:10 Bones 9:10 Castle: “A Deadly Affair” - When Beckett and her team burst into an apartment on a murderer’s trail, they see Castle standing over a dead woman’s body holding a gun. 10:05 Royal Pains 11:00 Love Bites: “Stand And Deliver” 12:00 Auction Squad 1:00 The Real Seachange 1:30 Home Shopping 2:30 NBC Today 3:30 NBC Meet The Press 4:30 Sunrise Extra / 5:00 Seven Early News
5:00 World News 8:30 PopAsia 10:30 FIFA World Cup 2014 Magazine 11:00 Les Murray’s Football Feature 12:00 FIFA Futbol Mundial 12:30 Speedweek 2:00 Al Jazeera News 3:00 A Wagnerian Voyage 3:30 Katherine Jenkins In The Park 5:00 Cycling Central 6:00 Thalassa: Empire Of Pearls 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 The Royal Jewels: Through Generations: A nostalgic and sentimental look at the crown jewels of various European royal families. 8:40 Movie: “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” (M v,a,s) - In Mandarin. When a politician’s daughter steals a legendary warrior’s precious sword, a sequence of events is triggered to recover the sword, which leads to a deadly encounter with the sword thief’s witch-like minder. 10:50 Movie: “Kung Fu Hustle” (M v) - In Shanghai in the 1940s, residents of a poor community fight back when they are invaded by the notorious Axe Gang. This is a kung fu comedy full of action and mixed with The Matrix-like scenes. 12:35 Movie: “Veer-Zaara” (In Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu. Veer is an officer and pilot in the Indian Air Force who one day meets a beautiful Pakistani heiress, Zaara, as she travels to a small Indian village to scatter the ashes of one of her family’s loyal servants. 3:50 Weatherwatch Overnight
7 CENTRAL 5:30 Sunrise 8:30 The Morning Show 11:00 Seven Morning News 11:30 Christmas Movie Special: “The Christmas Card” (PG v) 1:30 Dr Oz 2:30 Find My Family 3:00 Children’s Programs 4:00 Seven News 4:30 Discover Tasmania 5:00 Deal Or No Deal 5:30 Seven News 6:00 Today Tonight 6:30 TBA 8:30 Happy Endings: “Why Can’t You Read Me?” Alex and Jane’s sibling rivalry heats up. Dave dates an extremelly attractive woman, but there’s a bit of a catch when he discovers her unusual quirk. 9:00 TBA 11:00 30 Rock 11:30 Trauma: “Crossed Wires (Season Finale)” - In an explosive season finale, a problem with dispatch creates chaos when medics are sent scrambling to the wrong locations. 12:30 Infomercials 2:30 Home Shopping 3:30 NBC Today 4:30 Sunrise Extra 5:00 Seven Early News
4:00 Rage (G) 5:00 Stuff 5:30 Collectors 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News 9:30 ABC News 24 Mornings 10:00 Willie’s Wonky Chocolate Factory 11:00 Best Of Landline 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 Monarch of the Glen 1:35 Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook 2:00 Children’s Programs 6:00 A Very Specky Christmas 7:00 ABC News 7:30 Doctor Who Christmas Special 2011 8:30 Outnumbered: Christmas Special 9:10 Catherine Tate Christmas Special: Nan’s Christmas Carol 10:00 The Graham Norton Show: Christmas Special 11:00 Silent Witness: Death’s Door: Part 2 11:50 Doctor Who Christmas Special: The thrilling adventures of Doctor Who continue in a fun-filled Christmas special. 12:55 Darling Buds Of May: A Season Of Heavenly Gifts: Part 2: Pop meets an ex-RAF type and has a sudden windfall although he manages to fall foul of shady property developer Marcus Cope. 1:45 Ten Minute Tales: The Three Kings 1:55 Agatha Christie: Poirot: Appointment With Death 3:30 What The Future Sounded Like: Tells the fascinating story of British electronic music by uncovering a group of passionate composers and innovators who harnessed technology and new ideas to re-imagine the boundaries of music and sound.
5:30 Today 7:30 Yamba’s Playtime 8:00 Pyramid 8:30 First Test Australia Vs India 11:00 The Cricket Show 11:30 First Test - Australia Vs India 4:30 Antiques Roadshow 5:30 National News 6:00 A Current Affair 6:30 Two And A Half Men: “Kinda Like....” 7:00 The Big Bang Theory: “The Grasshopper Experiment” 7:30 Hot In Cleveland 8:00 TBA 9:00 Harry’s Law: Queens Of Snark - Harry and Oliver defend a teen cyberbully whose blog prompted a classmate to commit suicide after she was outed as a lesbian, and prosecutor Kim Mendelsohn charges the blogger with negligent homicide; and Jenna receives a tempting job offer. 10:00 Nothing Trivial: What Is The Expression “Seize The Day” In Latin? 11:00 Undercovers: The Key To It All - Steven and Samantha have to abandon their romantic getaway in Greece to help diffuse a hostage situation at a hotel in Tel Aviv. 12:00 The Avengers: Who’s Who - Steed and Emma have a switch in personalities while hunting down a team of spies. 1:00 Entertainment Tonight 1:30 Danoz Direct 2:30 Newstyle Direct 3:00 Your 4x4 / 3:30 National Early Morning News / 4:00 Today
5:30 Sunrise 8:30 The Morning Show 11:00 Sport Special: 2011 Sydney Hobart 12:30 Sport Special: Audi Hamilton Island Race Week 1:00 That ‘70s Show 1:30 Trapped 2:30 Time Trackers 3:00 Children’s Programs 4:00 Seven News 4:30 Discover Tasmania 5:00 Deal or No Deal 5:30 Seven News 6:00 Today Tonight 6:30 Wild Vets 8:00 Criminal Minds: “The Popular Kids” Gideon and Hotchner investigate whether or not a cult is responsible for the murder of two high school students in a small town. 9:00 Air Crash Investigations 10:00 Royal Pains 11:00 Keeping Up With The Kardashians: “Kris The Cheerleader” - The girls teach Kendall about puberty while Kris tries out to be an adult cheerleader. 11:30 Auction Squad 12:30 Infomercials 2:30 Home Shopping 3:00 Style By Jury 3:30 NBC Today / 4:30 Sunrise Extra / 5:00 Seven Early News
5:00 Weatherwatch & Music 5:05 World News 1:00 Eurovision Song Contest Junior 2011 3:00 Letters And Numbers 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 5:00 The Crew 5:30 Global Village: Chile: Desert Voices 6:00 Letters And Numbers 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Mythbusters: Fixing A Flat 8:30 Man Vs Wild: Guatemala 9:30 South Park: HumancentiPad 10:00 Movie: “District B13” (MAV v,l,d) - Set in the ghettos of Paris in the near future, a righteous punk and an undercover cop try to infiltrate a ruthless gang in order to defuse a stolen neutron bomb. Written and produced by Luc Besson of Fifth Element fame and showcasing the contemporary action sport of Parkour aka ‘free running’. 11:30 The World Game 12:30 Movie: “Wonderful Town” (M l,s) - Revealing the frailty of a Thai town dealing with the aftermath of the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami, this bittersweet love story follows the relationship between a visiting architect and a local woman. Winner of the Tiger Award for Best Film at the 2008 Rotterdam International Film Festival. 2:10 Weatherwatch Overnight
IMPARJA 5:30 Today 8:30 Kerri-Anne Summer Series 10:30 National Morning News 11:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show 12:30 Danoz Direct 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 Entertainment Tonight 3:00 Magical Tales 3:30 Pyramid 4:00 National Afternoon News 5:00 Hot Seat 5:30 National News 6:00 A Current Affair 6:30 Two And A Half Men: “TBA” 7:00 Getaway 8:00 Unforgettable 9:00 CSI: NY - Party Down - A tractor-trailer carrying a group of party guests crashes into the Hudson River and several of the invitees drown. The evidence suggests it wasn’t an accident but rather premeditated murder, so the CSIs search for a common link between the victims. 10:00 Nothing Trivial: Which Street In LA Is Known As ‘Bad Boy Drive”? 11:00 Rubicon: Wayward Sons 12:00 The Baron 1:00 Danoz Direct 2:30 Newstyle Direct 3:00 Goodmorning America 4:30 National Early Morning News 5:00 Today
4:00 Rage 5:00 Gardening Australia 5:30 First Tuesday Book Club With Jennifer Byrne 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News 9:30 ABC News 24 Mornings 10:00 Willie’s Wonky Chocolate Factory 11:00 Rivers With Griff Rhys Jones 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 Seven Ages Of Britain 1:35 Meerkat Manor: The Next Generation 2:00 Children’s Programs 6:00 Turn Back Time: The High Street: WWII 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:00 Nigella Kitchen: Rags To Riches 8:30 Nature’s Miracle Babies: Back From The Brink 9:25 This Way Of Life 10:20 ABC News: Late Edition 10:30 Spooks 11:40 The Pursuit Of Excellence: Synchronised Swimming - Go below the surface of this glamorous sport to reveal the pain, sacrifice and determination required to be a champion synchronised swimmer. 12:30 Monarch Of The Glen 1:25 Nature’s Miracle Babies: Back From The Brink 2:20 Movie: “In Name Only” (PG) - Grant is an unhappily married man, desperately in love with a sweet widow, however his manipulative, social-climbing wife refuses to give him a divorce.
5:30 Today 7:30 Yamba’s Playtime 8:00 Pyramid 8:30 First Test Australia Vs India 11:00 The Cricket Show 11:30 First Test - Australia Vs India 4:30 Antiques Roadshow 5:30 National News 6:00 A Current Affair 6:30 Two And A Half Men: “Meander To Your Dander” (PG s) 7:00 The Big Bang Theory: “The Cooper-Hofstadter Polarization” Sheldon & Leonard are invited to present their joint findings at a physics conference, but Sheldon refuses. Penny steps into mediate, but this only deepens the rift between the two best friends. 7:30 The Middle 8:00 Two And A Half Men: “Giant Cat Holding Churro” (PG s) Alan has trouble accepting Lyndsey’s seedy movie past, and Walden tries to cheer him up by throwing a party. 8:30 Mike & Molly: “Peggy’s New Beau” 9:00 TBA 11:30 20/20 12:30 Entertainment Tonight 1:00 Danoz Direct 2:30 Newstyle Direct 3:00 Your 4x4 3:30 National Early Morning News / 4:00 Today
5:30 Sunrise 8:30 The Morning Show 11:00 Seven Morning News 11:30 School Holiday Movie: “Jumping Ship” (PG v) 1:30 Trapped 2:30 Time Trackers 3:00 Children’s Programs 4:00 Seven News 4:30 Mercurio’s Menu 5:00 Deal Or No Deal 5:30 Seven News 6:00 Today Tonight 6:30 Wild Vets - Kate finds sea lions in a forest. Elsewhere, a tiny monkey causes big trouble for Mike, and at Wellington zoo, Lisa releases a wild animal. 8:10 TBA 10:40 Keeping Up With The Kardashians: “Khloe’s Blind Dates / Learning Self Defence” Kim and Kourtney set up Khloe on blind dates and Kendall hires a handyman to help her with her chores. Meanwhile, a break-in at their store DASH, encourages the girls to take self-defence classes. And Robert decides that he wants to drop out of college to pursue a modelling career... much to the dismay of his family. 11:30 House Calls To The Rescue 12:30 Infomercials 2:30 Home Shopping 3:30 NBC Today / 4:30 Sunrise Extra / 5:00 Seven Early News
5:00 Weatherwatch & Music 5:05 World News 1:00 Movie: “7 Dwarves” (PG) 2:40 Spacefiles: Yonder To Infinity: End Of The Universe 3:00 Letters And Numbers 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Global Village: The Mounties Of Old Crow 6:00 Letters And Numbers 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Desperately Seeking Doctors: The Kimberley 8:30 The Musical Brain 9:30 World News Australia 10:05 Hot Docs: Bhutto 12:10 Movie: “Vampires” (MA v,l) - In Swedish. Vera and Vanja, two vampire sisters, are forced to run for their lives, when Vera kills the leader of a biker gang in a night club. While escaping from the bikers, Vanja gets more determined that she wants to leave the outcast vampire-lifestyle and adjust to the human world. She wants to live a normal life, even though it means the end of a life together with her sister. 1:30 True Horror: Werewolf - True Horror discovers the historic inspiration and scientific fact behind some of the most enduring horror icons of our time, through spine-chilling dramatic reconstruction and expert interviews. The first episode looks at the legend of the werewolf, thought to be responsible for murder and rape in sixteenth-century Germany. 2:20 Weatherwatch Overnight
ABC 4:00 Rage (G) 5:00 Island Life 5:50 Treasure Hunt 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News 9:30 ABC News 24 Mornings 10:00 Children’s Programs 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 Tess Of The D’Urbervilles 1:30 The Old Guys 2:00 Children’s Programs 6:00 River Cottage Christmas Special 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:00 Jimmy’s Food Factory: Jimmy’s Christmas Food Factory 8:30 Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Christmas 9:25 Greatest Cities Of The World With Griff Jones: London 10:15 ABC News: Late Edition 10:25 Bastard Boys: Sean’s War 11:25 Live From Abbey Road: The Killers/ Florence And The Machine/ Chairlift - Capturing high quality performances from both cutting edge artists and established acts, this critically acclaimed series continues to re-define music television. 12:10 Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Christmas - There’s so much more to Christmas food than turkey and Gordon prepares a wonderful array of alternative dishes from roast ham to a festive twist on his classic Beef Wellington. 12:55 Jennifer Byrne Presents: Cads And Bounders 1:30 Hungry Beast 2:00 Basketball: WNBL: Logan Vs Townsville
4:00 Rage (G) 5:00 Strictly Speaking 5:30 Spicks And Specks 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News 9:30 ABC News 24 Mornings 10:00 Willie’s Wonky Chocolate Factory 11:00 How The Earth Made Us 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 Henry VIII: Mind Of A Tyrant 1:30 Boxing For Palm Island 2:00 Children’s Programs 6:00 Country House Rescue Revisits 6:50 Minuscule: Mad Fly 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:00 Outnumbered 8:30 QI: Fakes And Frauds 9:00 The Thick Of It 9:35 Absolutely Fabulous: Panickin’ 10:05 The Trip: Holbeck Ghyll 10:35 ABC News: Late Edition 10:50 Michael Mclntyre’s Comedy Roadshow: Swansea 11:35 The Bear Man Of Kamchatka 12:25 Absolutely Fabulous: Panickin’ 12:55 The Trip: Holbeck Ghyll 1:25 The Chaser’s War On Repeats 2:00 Movie: “Quadrophenia” (MA) - A rebellious teen vents his anger with the Mods and the Rockers in 1964 London. 3:55 Can We Help?: Wise Words: Woman Of A Certain Age
5:30 Today 7:30 Yamba’s Playtime 8:00 Pyramid 8:30 First Test Australia Vs India 11:00 The Cricket Show 11:30 First Test - Australia Vs India 4:30 Antiques Roadshow 5:30 National News 6:00 A Current Affair 6:30 Two And A Half Men: “A Little Clammy And None Too Fresh” (PG s) - Rose returns from England, and plays nurse for an ill Charlie. Alan feels Jake pulling away from him. 7:00 RBT 8:00 TBA 9:00 True CSI: Cold Blood: “Ivy League Murder” - When two respected professors are brutally murdered in their Hanover, New Hampshire home, police interrogate a host of likely suspects... but the murder weapon and a bloody footprint hold the key to the crime. Can forensic science reveal the culprits? And will a nationwide manhunt catch the killers? 11:00 Weeds 11:30 TBA 12:30 Entertainment Tonight 1:00 Danoz Direct 2:30 Newstyle Direct 3:00 Your 4x4 3:30 National Early Morning News / 4:00 Today
5:30 Sunrise 8:30 The Morning Show 11:00 Seven Morning News 11:30 School Holiday Movie: “Quints” (G) 1:30 Trapped 2:30 Time Trackers 3:00 Children’s Programs 4:00 Seven News 4:30 Mercurio’s Menu 5:00 Deal Or No Deal 5:30 Seven News 6:00 Today Tonight 6:30 Wild Vets: Lisa needs to fix some DIY surgery. Elsewhere, everyone loves a lucky little lion. Then, some naughty penguins have a new mum, and a royal visitor is sent packing. 7:00 TBA 8:00 Criminal Minds: “Blood Hungry” (M a,v) - Gideon and Hotchner attempt to identify a killer whose delusional fantasies lead him to commit murder. The murders are disorganised and erratic, making it hard for the team to put together a pattern of intent. 9:00 The Pacific 11:10 30 Rock 11:35 Sons And Daughters 12:30 Infomercials 2:30 Home Shopping 3:00 Style By Jury 3:30 NBC Today 4:30 Sunrise Extra / 5:00 Seven Early News
5:00 Weatherwatch & Music 5:05 World News 1:00 Movie: “Strings” (PG) 2:45 Spaceflies: Black Holes: Cosmic Vanishing Acts 3:00 Letters And Numbers 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Global Village: The Boxing School 6:00 Letters And Numbers 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Explore: Istanbul And Anatolia 8:30 Inside The Saudi Kingdom: Through unique access to one of the most senior Royal Princes in the Kingdom, this film paints a portrait of modern Saudi Arabia at the crossroads. 9:30 World News Australia 10:05 Movie: “Kisses” (MA a,l) - Two 11-year-olds, Dylan and Kylie, run away from their grim home life and abusive relatives at Christmas and spend a night of magic and terror on the streets of inner-city Dublin. 11:25 Movie: “Teen Spirit” (M l,d,n,s) - In French. In a French alternative to About a Boy, this comedic take on the dilemmas of modern families follows a heavy smoking, washed-up rock musician learning to deal with the responsibilities of parenthood after he unexpectedly discovers he has a teenage daughter, a rebellious 13-year-old adolescent. 1:00 112 Emergency 2:30 Weatherwatch Overnight
14 – Arafura Times
21 - 27 December 2011
4:00 Rage (PG) 5:00 Can We Help? 5:30 New Inventors 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News 9:30 ABC News 24 Mornings 10:00 River Cottage Everyday 11:00 Chopper Rescue 11:30 One Plus One 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 Dalziel and Pascoe 2:05 William and Kate: A Royal Love Story 3:00 Children’s Programs 6:00 Grand Designs Revisited: Brighton 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:00 My Family: Relationship Happens: Ben and Susan go to a couples’ mediation retreat, but Ben thinks the whole thing is a joke. Meanwhile Janey meets Michael’s boyfirend Matt and they get on like a house on fire. 8:30 Midsomer Murders: The Black Book: Esteemed Midsomer artist, Henry Hogson, is at the centre of a case of art fraud and art theft which leads - inevitably - to murder. 10:05 The Old Guys: Engagement: *Final* - Love is in the air when Amber and Steve are engaged to be married. Is this finally Tom’s chance to get together with Sally? 10:40 ABC News: Late Edition 11:00 Adam Hills In Gordon St Tonight 12:00 Rage
5:30 Today 7:30 Yamba’s Playtime 8:00 Pyramid 8:30 First Test Australia v India 11:00 The Cricket Show 11:30 First Test - Australia v India 4:30 Antiques Roadshow 5:30 National News 6:00 A Current Affiar 6:30 Two And A Half Men: “Waiting For The Right Snapper” (PG) 7:00 Two And A Half Men: “Pie Hole, Herb” 7:30 Two And A Half Men: “Damn You, Eggs Benedict” 8:00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Maid Man 9:00 Movie: “Acolytes” (AV l,a,v) - A Hig School student stumbles upon a body and after learning the identity of the killer; he convinces pal James & his girlfriend to blackmail the perpetrator into killing a bully who has ruined their lives. Starring Joel Edgerton 11:00 Ballistic 2:00 The Avengers: Retur To The Cybemauts - Emma and Steed are discussing an ugly bronze head in the flat of Paul Beresford, when they hear of the disappearance of another scientist. Starring Patrick MacNee, Diana Rigg 3:00 Danoz Direct 4:00 Good Morning America
5:30 Sunrise 8:30 The Morning Show 11:00 Seven Morning News 11:30 Movie: “A Ring Of Endless Light” (G) 1:30 Trapped 2:30 Time Trackers 3:00 Toybox 3:30 It’s Academic 4:00 Seven News 4:30 Mercurio’s Menu 5:00 Deal Or No Deal 5:30 Seven News 6:00 Today Tonight 6:30 Wild Vets: Mother Nature threatens some new cheetah cubs. Elsewhere, Lisa performs a tricky operation to try and save a wild penguin. Then, some rare frogs eggs cause great excitement. 7:00 Better Homes & Gardens Summer 8:00 TBA 10:00 Maneaters: Tigers and Leopards 11:00 That ‘70s Show 11:30 Special: Africa Live - Sail an ancient dhow along the coast of Kenya and travel inland on the historic Lunatic Express with its eccentric travellers! Then, caputre the sheer beauty and grandeur of Africa and its brilliant wildlife 1:35 Auction Squad 2:30 Infomercials 3:30 NBC Today
5:00 Weatherwatch & Music 5:05 World News 1:00 Food Lovers Gude To Australia 1:30 Inspector Rex 2:30 The Squiz 3:00 Letters And Numbers 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Global Village: French Coastlines: Tour Of Corsice 6:00 Letters and Numbers 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Coast: Cardiff to St David’s 8:30 As It Happened: Convoy: War For The Atlantic: The Brink of Defeat. 9:30 World News Australia 10:05 G-Spotting: A Story of Pleasure and Promis 11:35 Movie: “Sakuran” (MA v,s) - In Japanese. A young socialclimber follows her destiny to be the best courtesan she can. 1:35 Movie: “Between Living and Dreaming” (MA n,s) - In Spanish and French. When Ana married Felix, the leader of a rock band, she thought her life would be full of excitement and travel. Now, in her forties and stuck in a routine marriage, she decides to travel to Paris with the ulterior motive of tracking down Pierre, her unforgettable first love from 30 years earlier. 3:15 Weatherwatch Overnight
4:00 Rage (MA) 5:00 Rage (PG) 6:00 Rage (G) 10:00 Rage Goes Retro - New Years Eve Party Mix 11:00 TBA 12:00 My Family: Relationship Happens 12:30 Elders With Andrew Denton: Richard Dawkins 1:00 At the Movies: 25 Years of Margaret & David 1:30 Movie: “The Race” 3:00 Football: W-League: Sydney FC vs Newcastle Jets 4:55 Rick Stein’s Taste of the Italian Opera 6:00 Monty Don’s Italian Gardens: The Lakes 7:00 ABC News 7:30 Edinburgh Military Tatoo 2011 9:05 Stephen Fry Live at the Sydeny Opera House: A great English icon visited an Aussie one when Stephen Fry came to the Sydney Operal House to discuss travel, language, the three W’s Wile, Waugh and Wodehouse, and everything inbetween, in a 90-minute talk-fest 10:35 Spicks and Specks: The Finale: After 7 years, 277 episodes more thaqn 150 special guests, and thousands of questions, the purple velvet curtain will close for the last time on Australia’s favourite music quiz show. Join Adam, Myf and Alan for the finale. 12:30 Rage - Goes Retro! - New Years Eve Party Mix
5:30 Children’s Programs 6:30 Weekend Today - Saturday 8:30 Children’s Programs 1:30 Danoz Direct 4:00 Movie: “The Master of Disguise” (PG v) - Simple but sweet-natured Pistachio discovers his keen hereditary talent for imitation when his father is kidnapped by a criminal mastermind in this light-hearted family comedy. With help from his similarly gifted grandfather and a pretty assistant, Pistachio must hone his newfound skills to rescue his father and foil Bowman’s plot to steel the world’s most prized artefacts. 4:00 The Garden Gurus 4:30 National News: First At Five 5:00 4wd TV 5:30 National News Saturday 6:00 Australia’s Funniest Home Videos Summer Series 7:00 Two And A Half Men: “The Flavin’ And The Mavin’” (PG s,l) - Alan is sure that things will turn bad when Charlie starts dating his receptionist. 8:00 New Years Eve 2011 - Family Fireworks live from the glorious Sydney Harbour 11:00 New Years Eve 2011 - Midnight Fireworks live from the glorious Sydney Harbour 11:50 Can’t Stop The Music - A retired model invites some of her Greenwich Village pals to sing for their supper in order to help the career of her housemate, an aspiring composer of disco music. 3:30 Danoz Direct / 5:00 Wesley Impact
5:30 Children’s Programs 6:30 Weekend Sunrise 8:30 Children’s Programs 1:00 That ‘70s Show 1:30 Beat The Star 2:30 Movie: “Bring It On: All Or Nothing” (PG s,l) 4:30 Creek To Coast 5:00 Queensland Weekender 5:30 Seven News 6:00 No Leave No Life - This week, Rosso surprises bank manager David Gustin who hasn’t had a break in 2 years. His wife Carmen wants a family holiday while their children are still young enough to enjoy it. 6:30 TBA 11:15 That ‘70s Show 11:45 Movie: “Sleepover” (G) - In the summer before their freshman year in high school, Julie throws a slumber party and gets into more mischief than expected. 1:45 Special: Ningaloo - Where Ocean Giants Meet - Journey to one of the world’s most untapped natural wonders, Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia’s largest coral reef and marine park. 3:00 Style By Jury 4:00 Home Shopping 4:30 Special: The 122nd Annual Rose Parade
5:00 Weatherwatch & Music 5:05 World News 1:00 The Gustav Mahler Celebration 2:30 J.M.W. Turner 3:30 The Noble Prize Literature 2010 4:00 Tim Marlow Meets... Peter Blake 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 The Royal Jewels: In the Tsar’s Empire 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Big, Bigger, Biggest: Oil Rig 8:30 Dinner For One 8:50 The Drummer of Ravel’s Bolero 9:00 RocKwiz 9:45 Movie: “Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi” (PG) - In Indian. A colourful romance concerning a mild-mannered office worker who enters into a glorious love affair with a vivacious and beautiful young artist. The sparks begin to fly as the two polar opposites find themselves drawn together by fate. 12:35 S.O.S: Moore Street Masala / Fireworks / Eclipse / Dupe / Mini Trip / The Magnificent 4 / Game Over 1:40 Dave Chappelle’s Block Party 3:30 Weatherwatch Overnight
4:00 Rage Goes Retro - New Years Eve Party Mix (PG) 6:30 Children’s Programs 9:00 ABC News 24 Mornings 9:30 The World This Week 10:00 ABC News 24 Mornings 10:40 Christianity: A History: Crusades 11:30 Songs Of Praise: Edinburgh 12:00 Beachcomber Cottage 1:00 7.30 Select 1:30 Message Stick: Deadly Yarns 6 2:00 The Story Of India: Ages of Gold 3:00 Seriously Singing 3:30 Last Night of the Proms 5:00 Dr Who At The Proms 2010 6:00 Yellowstone: Autumn - Over the summer Yellowstone has flourished, but winter is around the corner and there are just two months for all Yellowston’s animals to get ready or get out. 6:50 Minuscule 7:00 ABC News 7:30 Grand Designs: Somerset 8:30 Joe Maddison’s War 10:00 Inspector George Gently - Old-fashioned, dyed-in-the-wool police Inspector George Gently fights what seems a one-man band against corruption in the force in the UK in the 1960s 11:30 Last Night of the Proms 1:05 Seriously Singing: Untiring 91-year-old choral conductor Jessie Carmichael works with young singers to revisit a legendary time in Lake Boga history. Back in 1951, she led local kids on to win acclaim at the Commonwealth Jubilee Choral Festival. 1:30 Joe Maddison’s War 3:00 Rage
5:30 Children’s Programs 6:30 Weekend Today 9:30 Surfsport 10:30 The Sri Lankan Airlines Pro 2011 11:00 Australian Fishing Championships 11:30 Danoz Direct 12:30 Gilligan’s Island 1:00 Nine Presents 1:15 We of the Never Never 4:00 Manly Surf 4:30 National News: First At Five 5:00 Antiques Roadshow 5:30 National News 6:00 TBA 7:00 60 Minutes 8:00 The Mentalist: Red Scare - Patrick and the team are called in to investigate the death of a prominent architect found murdered in a crumbling old mansion,k and there appears to be a number of suspects 9:00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: CSI Down 10:00 TBA 11:00 Flashpoint: Fortress 0 The SRU are called to the scene of an upper class household where four hostages are being held only to discover that the hostage taker is actually the boyfriend of the family’s nanny 12:00 The Baron 1:00 Spyforce 2:00 Danoz Direct 3:00 Newstyle Direct 3:30 Goodmorning America - Sunday 4:30 National Early Morning News / 5:00 Today
5:30 Children’s Programs 7:30 Movie: “My Friends Tigger and Pooh” 9:00 Movie: “The Jungle Book 2” 10:30 Movie: “The Cheetah Girls - One World” (G) 12:00 That ‘70s Show 12:30 That ‘70s Show 1:30 Movie: “Earthquake” (PG v,a) 4:00 Special: Susan Boyle: An Unlikely Superstar 5:00 The Great South East 5:30 Seven News 6:00 Special: The Vicar Of Dibley 7:00 TBA 7:30 Coastwatch 8:00 Bones: “The Predator In The Pool” - Human remains are discovered in the belly of a shark. 9:00 Castle: “He’s Dead, She’s Dead” - When a famous psychic is murdered, Beckett and Castle search for her killer while also carrying on a spirited debate on the existence of extrasensory abilities. 10:00 Royal Pains: “Pit Stop” 11:00 Love Bites: “TMI” - Bridget becomes embarrassed when her boyfriend Jeff finds out she has a “uniform” fetish. 12:00 Auction Squad 1:00 The Real Seachange 1:30 Home Shopping 2:30 NBC Today 3:30 NBC Meet The Press 4:30 Sunrise Extra / 5:00 Seven Early News
5:00 World News 8:30 PopAsia 10:30 Football Asia 11:00 Les Murray’s Football Feature 12:00 FIFA Futbol Mundial 12:30 Speedweek 2:00 Al Jazeera News 3:00 Space Sailors 4:00 My Mum Talks To Aliens 5:00 Cycling Central 6:00 Thalassa: Crisis in the Carteret Islands 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Movie: “Ponyo” (G) Animated - This movie is about 5 year old Sosuke and his friend Ponyo, a goldfish princess who longs to become human. When a powerful magic threatens to destroy the world, the two friends embark on the adventure of a lifetime to save the planet. 9:25 New Year’s Day Concert 2012 - A tradition at New Year’s for the Vienna Philharmonic to present a program consisting of the lively music of the Johann Strauss family and its contemporaries. 12:00 Movie: “The Rising: Ballad of Mangal Pandey” (M s,v,a) In Indian. The leader of the 1857 uprising against the corrupt East India Company which treated the Indian soldiers in its army with disdain. The mutiny began with the army’s introduction of a new gunpowder cartridge that was greased with cow and pig fat, making it off-limits for both the Hindu and Muslim sepoys. 2:35 Weatherwatch Overnight
4:00 The Chaser’s War On Everything 4:30 Can we Help? 5:00 Best of Gardening Australia 5:30 State to State Summer 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News 9:30 ABC News 24 Mornings 10:00 Time Team 11:00 Best Of Landline 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 Monarch of the Glen 1:35 Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook 2:00 Robin Hood 2:45 Dr Who’s Greatest Moments 3:00 Children’s Programs 6:00 Turn Back Time: ?The High Street: 1960s 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:00 Who’s Been Sleeping In My House?: Doobawah 8:30 The History Of Safari With Richard E. Grant 9:30 Kevin McCloud’s Grand Tour: Slumming It 10:15 ABC News: Late Edition 10:35 Silent Witness: Terror: Part 1 11:20 Place of Execution 12:10 Darling Buds Of May: Thje Happiest Days Of Yor Life: Part 1 1:05 Movie: “Another Man’s Poison” - Janet Frobisher is a feisty, man-hungry novelist living on an isolated Yorkshire farm who won’t let her criminal husband, or his crony, get in her way. 2:30 Hungry Beast: The World. 3:00 Rage
5:30 Today 8:30 Danoz Direct 9:30 Wildfire 10:30 National Morning News 11:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show 12:30 The View 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 Entertainment Tonight 3:00 Yumba’s Playtime 3:30 Pyramid 4:00 National Afternoon News 5:00 Hot Seat 5:30 National News 6:00 A Current Affair 6:30 Two And A Half Men: “The Mooch At The Boo” 7:00 The Big Bang Theory: “The Pancake Batter Anomaly” 7:30 Hot In Cleveland 8:00 The Mentalist: Red Bulls 9:00 Harry’s Law: Bad To Worse 10:00 TBA 11:00 Undercovers: Dark Cover 12:00 The Avengers: Who’s Who - Steed and Emma have a switch in personalities while hunting down a team of spies 1:00 Entertainment Tonight 1:30 Danoz Direct 2:30 Newstyle Direct 3:00 Your 4x4 3:30 National Early Morning News 4:00 Today
5:30 Sunrise 8:30 The Morning Show 9:30 Style by Jury 10:00 Dr Oz 11:00 Seven Morning News 11:30 Movie: “Hounded” (G) 1:30 TBA 3:00 Toybox 3:30 TBA 4:00 Seven News 4:30 Mercurio’s Menu 5:00 Deal or No Deal 5:30 Seven News 6:00 Today Tonight 6:30 TBA 7:30 Highway Patrol: “NZ” 8:00 Criminal Minds: “What Fresh Hell” When a yound girl is abducted in broad daylight from a neighbourhood playground, the FBI profilers initially think that her father is responsible for her disappearance. 9:00 Air Crash Investigations: “Power Struggle” 10:00 Royal Pains: “A History of Violins” Hanks newest patient, 14 year old musical dynamo Natalie Williams, is suffering from numerous symptoms, which seem to be getting worse. 11:00 Keeping Up With The Kardashians: “Kardashian Civil War” 11:30 Auction Squad 12:30 Infomercials 2:30 Home Shopping 3:00 Style By Jury 3:30 NBC Today / 4:30 Sunrise Extra / 5:00 Seven Early News
5:00 Weatherwatch & Music 5:05 World News 1:00 Food Lovers Guide to Australia 1:30 Inspector Rex: Revenge 2:30 ADbc 3:00 Letters And Numbers 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 5:00 The Crew 5:30 Dakar Rally 2012 Highlights Stage 1 6:00 Letters And Numbers 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Mythbusters: Let There Be Light - Adam and Jamie test whether a system of mirrors can be used to reflect sunlight into an underground area and illuminate it sufficiently to allow safe passage. Kari, Grant and Tory check whether it is possible to safely stop an out-of-control car by pulling in front and slowing down. 8:30 Freddi Flintoff versus the World 9:30 Wilfred: Kiss Me Katt 10:00 South Park: City Sushi 10:30 World News Australia Late 11:05 The World Game 12:05 SOS: Celestial Avenue / Cockroach / Plastic / Le Petit Dragon 1:05 Movie: “Crazy Stone” (M l,v) In Manderin. The discovery of a priceless jade stone at a dilapidated factory leads to a hilarious story in which four separate parties are entangled in the pursuit of the jade, which is mixed up with a fake one. 2:20 Weatherwatch Overnight
4:00 The Chaser’s War On Everything 4:30 Can we Help? 5:00 Gardening Australia 5:30 State to State Summer 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News 9:30 ABC News 24 Mornings 10:00 Children’s Programs 11:00 Rivers With Griff Rhys Jones 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 Seven Ages Of Britain 1:35 Meerkat Manor: The Next Generation 2:00 Children’s Programs 6:00 Turn Back Time: The High Street: 1970s 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:00 Nigella Kitchen: Suppertime And The Cooking Is Easy 8:30 Nature’s Miracle Babies: Ele’s Cats (Amur, Gorilla, Eles) 9:30 Twins 10:25 ABC News: Late Edition 10:45 Spooks 11:40 The Story Of Bran Nue Day - The background to the making of the feature musical “Bran Nue Day”. 12:25 Monarch Of The Glen 1:15 Nature’s Miracle Babies: Ele’s Cats (Amur, Gorilla, Eles) 2:10 Island Life: Kangaroo Island 3:00 Rage
5:30 Today 7:30 Yumba’s Playtime 8:00 Pyramid 8:30 Second Test - Australia v India 11:00 The Cricket Show 11:30 Second Test Australia v India 4:30 Alive and Cooking 5:00 Hot Seat 5:30 National News 6:00 A Current Affair 6:30 Two And A Half Men: “He Smelled The Ham, He Got Excited” 7:00 The Big Bang Theory: “The Jerusalem Diary” 7:30 The Middle: “Bad Choices” 8:00 Two And A Half Men: “The Squat and Hover” (M s) 8:30 Mike & Molly: “Gone Fishing” 9:00 TBA 10:00 Nothing Trivial: Who said “I am extraordinarily patient provided I get my own way in the end”? 11:00 The Unusuals: The Circle Line - Walsh and Shraeger try to help Off. Powell, who fears he may have killed someone during an alcohol-induced blackout. Meanwhile, becoming victims of identity theft inspires Banks and Delahoy to make some changes in their lives. 12:00 20/20 1:30 Danoz Direct 2:30 Newstyle Direct 3:00 Your 4x4 3:30 National Early Morning News 4:00 Today
5:30 Sunrise 8:30 The Morning Show 9:30 Style by Jury 10:00 Dr Oz 11:00 Seven Morning News 11:30 Movie: “You Wish!” (G) 1:30 TBA 3:00 Toybox 3:30 TBA 4:00 Seven News 4:30 Mercurio’s Menu 5:00 Deal or No Deal 5:30 Seven News 6:00 Today Tonight 6:30 TBA 7:30 Highway Patrol: NZ - Tonight we see holiday hell on the highway and some Australians who many never make it home. 8:00 TBA 10:45 Keeping Up With The Kardashians: “Kardashian Family Vacation / Kim’s Calendar for Reggie” - Kris forces her family to go on a vacation in Breckenridge to mend their recent arguments, but their fighting only seems to escalate. Trying to get in touch with his inner-youth, Bruce shows signs of a mid-life crisis. 11:45 Style By Jury 12:30 Infomercials 2:30 Home Shopping 3:30 NBC Today 4:30 Sunrise Extra / 5:00 Seven Early News
5:00 Weatherwatch & Music 5:05 World News 1:00 Movie: “The Dinner Guest” (PG) In French 2:30 ADbc3:00 Letters And Numbers 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Dakar Rally 2012 Highlights Stage 2 6:00 Letters And Numbers 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Who Do You Think You Are?: Ron Barrassi. Ron has always believed that actions speak louder than words. Now he embarks on a journey into his ancestry tracing the Barassi family line back to the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Victorian Gold Rush. 8:30 The Great Sperm Race 9:30 Strange Birds in Paradise 10:30 World News Australia Late 11:05 Movie: “Queen to Play” (M s) In French. Sandrine Bonnaire and Kevin Kline are a middle-aged chambermaid Helene’s newfound obsession with the game of chess leads her to seek the tutelage of a reclusive American expat, transforming both of their humdrum lives in the process. 12:55 True Horror: “Frankenstein” (M v,a) 1:50 Weatherwatch Overnight
4:00 The Chaser’s War On Everything 4:30 Can we Help? 5:00 Gardening Australia 5:30 State to State Summer 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News 9:30 ABC News 24 Mornings 10:00 Children’s Programs 11:00 How The Earth Made Us 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 Henry VIII: Mind Of A Tyrant 1:30 Boxing for Palm Island 2:00 Children’s Programs 6:00 Country House Rescue Revisits 6:50 Minuscule 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:00 Outnumbered 8:30 QI: Fingers and Fumbs 9:00 The Thick Of It 9:35 Absolutely Fabulous: Huntin’ Shootin’ and Fishing 10:05 The Trip: Hipping Hall 10:35 ABC News: Late Edition 10:45 Michael Mclntyre’s Comedy Roadshow: Belfast 11:35 Raw Comedy 2009 12:35 Movie “The Brighton Strangler” (PG) An actor in a horror play assumes the identity of his stage character. 1:45 Absolutely Fabulous: Huntin’ Shootin’ and Fishing 2:15 The Trip: Hipping Hall 1:35 The Chaser’s War On Repeats 3:10 Rage 2:00 Football: W-League: Melbourne Victory Vs Brisbane Roar
5:30 Today 7:30 Yumba’s Playtime 8:00 Pyramid 8:30 Second Test - Australia v India 11:00 The Cricket Show 11:30 Second Test Australia v India 4:30 Alive and Cooking 5:00 Hot Seat 5:30 National News 6:00 A Current Affair 6:30 Two And A Half Men: “The ‘Ocu’ or the ‘Pado’?” 7:00 RBT 8:00 TBA 10:00 True CSI: Cold Blood - Ivy League Murder - When 2 respected professors are brutally murdered in their Hanover, New Hampshire home, police interrogate a host of likely suspects... but the murder weapon and a blody footprint hold the key to the crime. Can forensic science reveal the culprits? And will a nationwide manhunt catch the killers? 11:00 Weeds: Grasshopper 11:30 Memphis Beat: Baby Let’s Play House 12:30 Entertainment Tonight 1:00 Danoz Direct 2:30 Newstyle Direct 3:00 Your 4x4 4:30 National Early Morning News 5:00 Today
5:30 Sunrise 8:30 The Morning Show 9:30 Style by Jury 10:00 Dr Oz 11:00 Seven Morning News 11:30 Movie: “Tiger Cruise” (G) 1:30 TBA 3:00 Toybox 3:30 TBA 4:00 Seven News 5:30 Mercurio’s Menu 5:00 Deal or No Deal 5:30 Seven News 6:00 Today Tonight 6:30 Highway Patrol: NZ 7:00 TBA 8:00 Criminal Minds: “Poison” (M a,v) The FBI profilers investigate a mass poisoning in a small town in order to determine what the common denominator is among the victims. As they piece together a profile, they become certain that the poisoner intends to strike again and set out to stop him. 9:00 Movie: “The Pacific” (AV) Sledge and the 5th Marines move into Peleliu’s Blody Nose Ridge to face the Japanese. But after a series of terrible acts of barbarism, Sledge questions his own moral compass. Then frustrated by his role campaigning for war bonds, Basilone convinceds the Marines to allow him to train troops headed for combat. 11:35 30 Rock: “I Do I Do” 12:30 Infomercials 2:30 Home Shopping 3:00 Style By Jury 3:30 NBC Today / 4:30 Sunrise Extra / 5:00 Seven Early News
5:00 Weatherwatch & Music 5:05 World News 1:00 Movie: “The Maiden and the Wolves (PG) 3:00 Letters And Numbers 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Dakar Rally 2012 Highlights Stage 3 6:00 Letters And Numbers 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Explore: Manila to Mindanao 8:30 The Spy Factory 9:30 Outback Fight Club 10:30 World News Australia Late 11:05 Movie: “Somersult” (MA l,s,a) - At 16, Heidi is feeling her way in the world through brief sexual encounters. When she tries it on with her single mother’s boyfriend and is sprung, she flees to the snow resort town of Jindabyne. Desperately attempting any connection possible, she meets Joe, the son of a local farmer who is caught up in his own world of confused sexuality. 1:00 Movie: “Have Mercy On Us All” (M l,n,v) In French. When Inspector Adamsberg and his partner investigate a series of unusual deathes, it looks like th plague has returned to the streets of Paris. As news of the purported outbreak reaches the press, widespread panic soon erupts on the streets, and Adamsberg is in a race against time to locate the perpetrator before mass hysteria takes hold. 3:05 Weatherwatch Overnight
SBS 5:00 Weatherwatch & Music 5:05 World News 1:00 Food Lovers’ Guide to Australia 1:30 Inspector Rex: Deadly Passion 2:30 The Squiz 3:00 Letters And Numbers 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Global Village: Under the Spell of Horses: Argentina 6:00 Letters And Numbers 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 My Sri Lanka with Peter Kuruvita 8:00 One Man and His Campervan: New Forest 8:30 The Family: A House Full Of Boys 9:30 World News Australia 10:00 Movie: “Elite Squad” (MAV v,d) - In Portuguese. An unflinching portrayal of the drug war in Rio de Janeiro through the eyes of an elite group of cops who use violence to control the notorious favelas as a first and only resort. Captain Nascimento seeks a replacement to whom he can entrust his team so he can leave the highly dangerous job and devote himself to family life. 12:10 Movie: “Bullet Boy” (MAV s,l,v) - This gritty drama tells how two brothers living in a harsh poverty stricken area of London become involved in a vicious cycle of violence after an incident on the street. 1:45 Weatherwatch Overnight
7 CENTRAL 5:30 Sunrise 8:30 The Morning Show 11:30 School Holiday Movie: “Mom’s Got A Date With A Vampire” (PG h) 1:30 Trapped 2:30 Time Trackers 3:00 Children’s Programs 4:00 Seven News 4:30 Mercurio’s Menu 5:00 Deal Or No Deal 5:30 Seven News 6:00 Today Tonight 6:30 Wild Vets 7:00 Happy Endings: “Of Mice & Jazz-Kwon-Do” 7:30 How I Met Your Mother: “Cleaning House” (PG) - When Barney convinces the gang to help his mum move out of her home, they quickly learn that she has been lying to him about events throughout his life, including his father’s true identity. Then, Ted gets upset when Robin oversells him to a blind date. 10:15 Outsourced 11:10 30 Rock 11:35 Auction Squad 12:30 Infomercials 2:30 Home Shopping 3:30 NBC Today 4:30 Sunrise Extra / 5:00 Seven Early News
IMPARJA 5:30 Today 7:30 Yamba’s Playtime 8:00 Pyramid 8:30 First Test Australia Vs India 11:00 The Cricket Show 11:30 First Test - Australia Vs India 4:30 Antiques Roadshow 5:30 National News 6:00 A Current Affair 6:30 Two And A Half Men: “If My Hole Could Talk” (PG s) - Charlie finds himself attracted to Angie, an older woman who writes self-help books. Meanwhile, Alan and Jake battle over a school assignment. 7:00 Getaway 8:00 Unforgettable 9:00 CSI: NY: “Smooth Criminal” - A woman is kidnapped and held by a hit man (Ne-Yo). The investigation uncovers a conspiracy with far-reaching implications. 9:50 Nothing Trivial: What Is A Pyrrhic Victory? 11:00 Rubicon: “You Never Can Win” *Series Final* - In the gripping season finale, the API team tries to find their footing in the aftermath of the explosion in Galveston Bay. 12:00 The Baron 1:00 Danoz Direct 2:30 Newstyle Direct 3:00 Your 4x4 3:30 National Early Morning News / 4:00 Today
ABC 4:00 Rage (G) 5:00 Island Life 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News 9:30 ABC News 24 Mornings 10:00 Children’s Programs 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 The Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes 1:30 The Old Guys 2:00 Children’s Programs 6:00 River Cottage: Everyday: Meat 6:50 Minuscule: The Good Education 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:00 Jimmy’s Food Factory: Love Or Loathe 8:30 People’s Supermarket 9:25 Greatest Cities Of The World With Griff Jones: Paris 10:10 ABC News: Late Edition 10:25 Bastard Boys: Chris’s War 11:25 Live From Abbey Road: Capturing high quality performances from both cutting edge artists and established acts, this critically acclaimed series continues to re-define music television. Artists include Mika, Bloc Party and La Roux. 12:10 Marty Rhone: A Tribute To Cliff Richard And The Shadows 1:10 Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2010 2:40 The People’s Supermarket 3:30 Hungry Beast 3:55 Can We Help?: Wise Words: There’s The Rub
21 - 27 December 2011 – 15
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4:00 Football: W-League 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News 9:30 ABC News 24 Mornings 10:00 River Cottage: Everyday 11:00 Chopper Rescue 11:30 One Plus One 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2011 2:00 Children’s Programs 6:00 Grand Designs Revisited: Doncaster 6:50 Minuscule: No Exit 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:00 My Family: Accusin’ Susan: Susan gets into trouble at work after a dashing young new guy accuses her of sexual harassment; and Kenzo gets bad grades from his art teacher - who it turns out was also Michael’s art teacher. 8:30 Midsomer Murders: Secrets And Spies: Inspector Barnaby and DS Jones come face to face with MI6 in a case of murderous revenge. 10:05 The Graham Norton Show: Graham Norton presents his unique celebrity chat show focusing on the people, trends, stories and pop culture that interest him most, featuring trademark Norton comedy monologues and celebrity chat. 10:55 ABC News: Late Edition 11:05 Adam Hills In Gordon St Tonight 12:05 Rage
5:30 Today 7:30 Yamba’s Playtime 8:00 Pyramid 8:30 Second Test - Australia v India 11:00 The Cricket Show 11:30 Second Test Australia v India 4:30 Alive And Cooking 5:00 Hot Seat 5:30 National News 6:00 A Current Affiar 6:30 Two And A Half Men: “The Two Finger Rule” (PG l) 7:00 Two And A Half Men: “Hello, I’m Alan Cousteau” (PG s,l) Charlie’s desperate to make sure Chelsea and Evelyn don’t befriend each other after their first meeting. 7:30 Two And A Half Men: “Above Exalted Cyclops” - Chelsea sets Alan up on a blind date with her new friend Rose. 8:00 A Few Good Men 10:50 Movie: “Bad Boys” (M v,a) 12:45 Movie: “Scars Of Dracula” (M h) - When his brother inexplicably vanishes, Simon and his girlfriend, Jenny, set off to find him, following a trail that leads to the undead count’s creepy castle, where he takes a shine to the toothsome Jenny. Starring Christopher Lee, Dennis Waterman, Sarah Framsen. 2:00 Danoz Direct 3:00 Good Morning America 4:30 Go, Diego, Go 5:00 Dora The Explorer
5:30 Sunrise 8:30 The Morning Show 9:30 Style By Jury 10:00 Dr Oz 11:00 Seven Morning News 11:30 Movie: “Buffalo Dreams” (G) 1:30 Sea Princess 2:00 Erky Perky 2:30 Zeke’s Pad 3:00 Toybox 3:30 Spit It Out 4:00 Seven News 4:30 Mercurio’s Menu 5:00 Deal Or No Deal 5:30 Seven News 6:00 Today Tonight 6:30 Highway Patrol: NZ: A driver pays the price for a good night out and a rubbish truck goes way off road near Nelson. 7:00 Better Homes & Gardens Summer 8:00 TBA 10:00 Maneaters: “Wolves & Coyotes” - Man Eaters will uncover the shocking accounts of wolves and coyotes attacks on humans. In more real-life situations, dog trainers Scott Richards and Bryon Dunlap were training their bear dogs when a pack of wolves attacked. The wolves didn’t take the dogs as prey, so why did they attack? 11:00 That ‘70s Show 11:30 Special: Along The Andes 1:30 Auction Squad 2:30 Infomercials 3:30 NBC Today
5:00 Weatherwatch & Music 5:05 World News 1:00 Food Lovers’ Guide To Australia 1:30 Inspector Rex: The Last Match 2:30 The Squiz 3:00 Letters And Numbers 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Dakar Rally 2012 Highlights: Stage 5 6:00 Letters and Numbers 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Coast: Berwick To Aberdeen 8:30 As It Happened: Convoy: War For The Atlantic: Death Blow 9:30 As It Happened: Chronicle Of The Third Reich: 1933 - 1935 10:30 World News Australia Late 11:35 Movie: “Eight Miles High” (MA l,s,n,d) - In German, English and Hindi. A sexy and adventurous tale set in the summer of eternal love. Based on the true story of Uschi Obermeier, a German cover model from the 1960s who embodied the dreams of the hippie generation - joining a commune in Berlin, beginning a modelling career, meeting rock stars, and travelling the world in a bus, enjoying love, drugs and freedom. 1:05 Movie: “Family Hero” (M l,n) - In French. When cross-dressing night club owner Gabriel commits suicide, his decision to leave his establishment not to his close friend of the past 40 years, Nicky, but rather to Nicky’s children by different mothers, leaves all concerned with difficult decisions to make. 2:55 Weatherwatch Overnight
4:00 Rage (MA) 5:00 Rage (PG) 6:00 Rage (G) 10:00 Rage Goes Retro! 11:00 Dan Cruickshank’s Adventures In Architecture: Death 12:00 My Family: Accusin’ Susan 12:30 Unlikely Travellers: Selection 1:00 Basketball: WNBL: Bulleen Vs Townsville 3:00 Football: W-League: Canberra United Vs Adelaide United 5:00 Diving With Aliens 6:00 The Great Rift: Africa’s Wild Heart: Fire 6:45 Inside The Great Rift: Fire 7:00 ABC News 7:30 Hogfather: In a parallel universe of Discworld, it’s the night before Hogswatch and the Hogfather is due to deliver his presents. But when the Hogfather is kidnapped, the belief in Hogswatch could be lost forever. 9:10 Single-Handed: Natural Justice: Sgt. Jack Driscoll has just been posted to the remote coast of West Ireland - the area where he grew up. His first case leads him into the dark heart of the local community, and reveals shocking secrets. 10:45 The Grumpy Guide to Work: The ‘Grumpys’ let off steam at the boss. Work... it’s that four letter word we all deal with, from boardroom to boredom nothing exasperates our state of Grumpiness like the unrewarding, relentless repetition of work. 11:45 Rage Goes Retro!
5:30 Weekend Today - Saturday 7:30 Danoz Direct 8:30 Second Test - Australia v India 11:00 The Cricket Show 11:30 Second Test Australia v India 4:30 Alive And Cooking 5:00 4WD TV 5:30 National News 6:00 Australia’s Funniest Home Videos Summer Series 7:00 Secondhand Lions 9:15 Blame 11:15 Movie: “Enter The Dragon” (AV v) - The last movie made by the legendary Bruce Lee. Determined to avenge the death of his sister, Lee penetrates the island fortress of Han, a warlord of crime who deals in opium smuggling and prostitution under the guise of a martial arts academy. Lee enters a brutal tournament that Han is staging and what follows is a visual feast of spectacular martial arts matches that combine skill in karate, judo, tai kwan do, tai chi chuan and hapkido. 1:10 Movie: “The Hollywood Mom’s Mystery” (M v,s) - Lucy Freers has a long-standing marriage, a nine-year old daughter, and a great family life in the suburbs of Hollywood. Great, that is, until the Hollywood set decides that motherhood is the newest way to go. 3:00 Skippy - The Bush Kangaroo 3:30 Danoz Direct / 5:00 Wesley Impact Summer Series
5:30 Children’s Programs 6:30 Weekend Sunrise 8:30 Children’s Programs 11:30 Sport Special: Special Programs 2011 1:30 Movie: “D3: The Mighty Ducks” (PG v,l) 4:00 Special: Mary Poppins - Behind The Scenes 4:30 Creek To Coast 5:00 Queensland Weekender 5:30 Seven News 6:00 No Leave No Life - This week, Rosso surprises workaholic and community-minded man Ron Payne who hasn’t had a proper holiday in over 20 years. Rosso takes Ron and his daughter Samantha on a road trip through Outback NSW to give them some quality time together and show Ron there is more to life than just work. Features special guest, Bombers legend Gavin Wanganeen. 6:30 TBA 10:40 Movie: “Jaws 2” (M) - Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water... Swimmers are terrorised when Florida’s Sea World captures a young Great White shark, angering its 35-foot mother! 12:40 Movie: “Wondrous Oblivion” (PG a,l) - A young boy is crazy about cricket but not very good at it. Then, when a Jamaican family arrive, he finds a cricket mentor. 2:35 Auction Squad 4:00 Home Shopping 4:30 Dr Oz
5:00 Weatherwatch & Music 5:05 World News 1:00 La Pietra Del Paragone 3:45 Robert Lepage 3:55 The Beauty Of Books 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Dakar Rally 2012 Highlights: Stage 6 6:00 Oz And James Drink To Britain 6:30 World News Australia 7:35 Big, Bigger, Biggest: Dome - An examination of the six technological breakthroughs that have allowed the world’s largest spanning dome - the Oita Stadium in Japan - to be built. The Oita’s colossal roof spans a mighty 274 metres. A steel, Teflon and titanium structure over 270 metres across, and 60 metres high, the Oita Stadium roof covers a sports stadium big enough to seat 43 thousand spectators. 8:35 RocKwiz 9:30 Movie: “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo” (MAV l,s,v) - In Swedish and English. A discredited journalist and a mysterious tattooed computer hacker discover that even the wealthiest families have skeletons in their closets while working to solve the mystery of a 40-year-old murder 12:10 Movie: “Dragon Tiger Gate” (M v) - In Cantonese. Based on Tony Wong’s long-running comic book series. Dragon and his brother Tiger emerge from the back streets of Hong Kong to help the powerless fight injustice. 1:50 Weatherwatch Overnight
SBS 5:00 Weatherwatch & Music 5:05 World News 1:00 Food Lovers’ Guide to Australia 1:30 Inspector Rex: The Voyeur 2:30 The Squiz 3:00 Letters And Numbers 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Dakar Rally 2012 Highlights Stage 4 6:00 Letters And Numbers 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 My Sri Lanka with Peter Kuruvita 8:00 One Man and His Campervan: Norfolk - Martin Dorey, campervan lover and passionate foodie, journeys around Britain in his 1970s classic campervan on the ultimate escapist adventure. In Norfolk, Martin gets knee deep in crab-infested mud to pick fresh samphire for his lunch. 8:30 The Family: DIY Dad 9:35 24 Hours In Emergency 10:30 World News Australia Late 11:05 Stripping at the Pink Paradise 12:35 Movie: “The Girl by the Lake” (M a,l) In Italian. When a young girl is found dead by a lake in a small Italian town, the circumstances surrounding the victim when she was alive are as intriguing as her death. 2:20 Weatherwatch Overnight
4:00 Rage (PG) 6:30 Children’s Programs 9:00 ABC News 24 Mornings 9:30 The World This Week 10:00 ABC News 24 Mornings 10:40 Christianity: A History: Reformation 11:30 Songs Of Praise: Junior School Choir Of The Year 12:00 Britain From Above: 24 Hour Britain 1:00 7.30 Select 1:30 Message Stick: Homeward Bound 2:00 The Story Of India: The Meeting Of Two Oceans 3:00 Sound Of Mumbai 4:00 Mongolian Bling 5:00 A Boy Called Alex: The Concert 6:00 Last Chance To See: Amazonian Manatee 7:00 ABC News 7:30 Grand Designs: Brittany 8:30 Bran Nue Dae 9:55 Inspector George Gently: The Burning Man - The body of a burnt man points to an IRA murder but a spurned lover, a shady Special Branch officer and a gun-running operation are all in the mix for George Gently and his young sidekick to unravel. 11:25 Movie: “The Italian Job” (PG) - Charlie Crocker is given the plans to ‘The Italian Job’, the greatest bullion raid in history, a daring $4,000,000 robbery in the centre of Turin, Italy. 1:00 Movie: “Magnificent Obsession” (PG) - A playboy dedicates himself to medicine after his drunken antics lead to a woman’s blindness and the death of a surgeon. 1:05 Star Stories: Bono Presents Christ 2: My Story 3:05 Rage
5:30 Children’s Programs 6:30 Weekend Today 9:30 Surfsport 10:30 Australian Fishing Championships 11:00 Discover Downunder 11:30 Danoz Direct 12:30 Jack Newton Celebrity Classic 1:30 Jeremiah Johnson 4:00 Manly Surf 4:30 National News: First At Five 5:00 Antiques Roadshow 5:30 National News Sunday 6:00 David Attenborough’s Madagascar 7:00 60 Minutes 8:00 The Mentalist: His Red Right Hand - When a violent and shocking crime is committed within the offices of the CBI, Patrick and the team are forced to investigate despite fear of who may be behind it. 9:00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Freaks & Geeks 10:00 CSI: NY 11:00 Flashpoint: Clean Hands - The SRU are shocked to discover that a federal agent they’re working with is sabotaging their mission during the transport of a serial killer. 12:00 Memphis Beat 1:00 Spyforce 2:00 Danoz Direct 3:00 Newstyle Direct 3:30 Goodmorning America - Sunday 4:30 National Early Morning News / 5:00 Today
5:30 Children’s Programs 6:30 Weekend Sunrise 9:30 Kochie’s Business Builders 10:00 Under The Hammer 10:30 Beat The Star 11:30 Movie: “Camp Rock” (G) 1:30 Movie: “Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam” (G) 3:30 Seven News Special 5:00 The Great South East 5:30 Seven News 6:00 TBA 7:00 TBA 7:30 Coastwatch 8:00 Bones: “The Rocker In The Rinse Cycle” - When the body of a rich adventure-seeker is found in a hotel laundry machine, Booth and Brennan’s investigation leads to a Rock ‘n Roll Fantasy Camp. 9:00 Castle: “Under The Gun” - When a coded document attracts Castle’s attention, Beckett must steer the case back to the violent felons who populated their victim’s world. Then, when Beckett’s ex-partner arrives, Castle feels left out while witnessing their relationship taking a romantic turn. 10:00 Royal Pains: “Astraphobia” 11:00 Love Bites: “Boys To Men” 12:00 Auction Squad 1:00 The Real Seachange 1:30 Home Shopping 2:30 NBC Today 3:30 NBC Meet The Press 4:30 Sunrise Extra / 5:00 Seven Early News
5:00 World News 8:30 PopAsia 10:30 Football Asia 11:00 Les Murray’s Football Feature 12:00 FIFA Futbol Mundial 12:30 Speedweek 2:00 Australian Road Cycling Championships 5:00 Cycling Central 5:30 Dakar Rally 2012 Highlights: Stage 7 6:00 Thalassa: Crisis in the Carteret Islands 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 A History Of Ancient Britain: Age Of Ice 8:30 Once Upon A Time In Cabramatta 9:30 Movie: “I’ve Loved You So Long” (M a) - In French. Juliette Fontaine is a frail, haunted woman, an ex-doctor who’s a shell of her former self. Having served 15 years in prison for an unspeakable crime, she’s back on the ‘outside’. With nowhere else to go, she comes to live with her loving but estranged sister Lea. 11:35 Movie: “Salaam Namaste” (M s,a) - In Hindi And English. The first Bollywood movie to be filmed entirely in Australia. Chef Nick and radio jock Ambar fall for each other in Melbourne. Surrounded by quirky friends, bosses and landlords, but far away from home, they take a huge leap of faith as they decide to move in together. At first they are just friends, but soon a relationship develops. They seem to want the same things, but they have very little in common. 2:15 Weatherwatch Overnight
7 CENTRAL 5:30 Sunrise 8:30 The Morning Show 9:30 Style by Jury 10:00 Dr Oz 11:00 Seven Morning News 11:30 Movie: “Right On Track (G) 1:30 TBA 3:00 Toybox 3:30 TBA 4:00 Seven News 4:30 Mercurio’s Menu 5:00 Deal or No Deal 5:30 Seven News 6:00 Today Tonight 6:30 Highway Patrol: NZ 7:00 Happy Endings: “Mein Coming Out” The Gang tries to convince Max to come out to his parents when the two visit Chicago and Max has to scramble yet agian to get one of the ladies to pose as his girlfirend. 7:30 How I Met Your Mother 8:00 TBA 10:50 30 Rock: “The Fabian Strategy / When It Rains, It Pours” 11:45 Auction Squad 12:30 Infomercials 2:30 Home Shopping 3:30 NBC Today 4:30 Sunrise Extra / 5:00 Seven Early News
4:00 The Chaser’s War On Everything 4:30 Can we Help? 5:00 Gardening Australia 5:30 State to State Summer 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News 9:30 ABC News 24 Mornings 10:00 Time Team 11:00 Best Of Landline 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 Monarch of the Glen 1:25 The Dreaming 1:35 Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook 2:00 Robin Hood 3:00 Children’s Programs 6:00 The Drum 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:00 Who’s Been Sleeping In My House?: Peter Pan 8:30 The History Of Safari With Richard E. Grant 9:30 Kevin McCloud’s Grand Tour: Slumming It 10:15 ABC News: Late Edition 10:35 Silent Witness: Terror: Part 2 11:20 Place of Execution 12:10 Darling Buds Of May: Thje Happiest Days Of Yor Life: Part 2 Zinnia and Petunia, the Larkin twins, are proving to be too much of a handful for the local school. Pop and Ma Larkin decide to send them to a nearby boarding school 1:00 Movie: “Captain Kidd” - William III of England seeks protection for his treasure-laden ships sailing from Madagascar and enlists Captain Kidd’s aid. 2:25 Hungry Beast 2:55 Rage
5:30 Today 8:30 Danoz Direct 9:30 Alive And Cooking 10:00 Kitchen Whiz 10:30 National Morning News 11:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show 12:30 The View 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 Entertainment Tonight 3:00 Yumba’s Playtime 3:30 Pyramid 4:00 National Afternoon News 5:00 Hot Seat 5:30 National News 6:00 A Current Affair 6:30 Two And A Half Men: “Sir Lancelot’s Litter Box” (PG s,l) 7:00 The Big Bang Theory: “The Cruciferous Vegetable Amplification” 7:30 The Big Bang Theory: “The Zazzy Substitution” (PG) 8:00 The Mentalist: A Price Above Rubies 9:00 Harry’s Law: The Rematch 10:00 BIG 11:00 Undercovers: The Reason *Season Finale* 12:00 The Avengers: Positive Negative Man 1:00 Entertainment Tonight 1:30 Danoz Direct 2:30 Newstyle Direct 3:00 Good Morning America 4:30 National Early Morning News 5:00 Today
5:30 Sunrise 8:30 The Morning Show 9:30 Style by Jury 10:00 Dr Oz 11:00 Seven Morning News 11:30 Movie: “Life Is Ruff” (G) 1:30 Children’s Programs 4:00 Seven News 5:00 Deal or No Deal 5:30 Seven News 6:00 Today Tonight 6:30 Highway Patrol: NZ - A routine stop turns rough in Nelson and a drunken Brazilian has a close shave with his girlfriend in Queenstown. 7:00 TBA 8:00 Criminal Minds: “What Happens At Home” The BAU searches inside a gated New Mexico community for a killer who is targeting women. Then, Hotchner looks to an FBI cadet with a unique past for help with the investigation. 9:00 Air Crash Investigations: “Cockpit Failure” 10:00 Royal Pains: “Fight or Flight” 11:00 Keeping Up With The Kardashians: “A New Perspective In New Orleans” 11:30 Auction Squad 12:30 Infomercials 2:30 Home Shopping 3:00 Style By Jury 3:30 NBC Today / 4:30 Sunrise Extra / 5:00 Seven Early News
5:00 Weatherwatch & Music 5:05 World News 1:00 Food Lovers’ Guide to Australia 1:30 Inspector Rex: Dangerous Mission 2:30 ADbc 3:00 Letters And Numbers 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 5:00 The Crew 5:30 Dakar Rally 2012 Highlights: Rest Day 6:00 Letters And Numbers 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Mythbusters: Depth Charge Disaster - Tonight, Adam and Jamie explore the physics of shock waves in water and, if you’re nearby, how best to avoid injury. To find out, the team head to an isolated quarry lake for a spot of high explosive hi-jinks. 8:35 Freddi Flintoff versus the World: Arizona 9:30 Wilfred: Dog Of A Town (Part 1) 10:00 South Park: You’re Getting Old 10:30 World News Australia Late 11:05 The World Game 12:05 SOS: Logorama 1:10 Movie: “Cinderella” (MA a,h) In Korean. Seeking the much-desired quality of a perfect face, 17-year-old Hyun-soo’s friends are envious that she has a plastic surgeon for a mother. On their summer vacation together, Hyun-soo watches as her friends get plastic surgery from her mother and then one by one begin to develop compulsive urges to self-harm 3:00 Weatherwatch Overnight
IMPARJA 5:30 Today 7:30 Yumba’s Playtime 8:00 Pyramid 8:30 Second Test - Australia v India 11:00 The Cricket Show 11:30 Second Test Australia v India 4:30 Alive and Cooking 5:00 Hot Seat 5:30 National News 6:00 A Current Affair 6:30 Two And A Half Men: “My Son’s Enormous Head” 7:00 Getaway 8:00 Unforgettable: Friended 9:00 CSI: NY - Vigilante - A serial rapist is murdered and found restrained in the same manner as his victims. Later, a second man who served time for sexual assault is discovered shot to death. The CSIs weigh a feeling of justice being served against their sense of duty to find the killer 10:00 Nothing Trivial: Who said “Risk, Risk Everything”? 11:00 Southland: Let it Snow (series return) 12:00 The Baron 1:00 Danoz Direct 2:30 Newstyle Direct 3:00 Your 4x4 3:30 National Early Morning News 4:00 Today
4:00 The Chaser’s War On Everything 4:30 Can we Help? 5:00 Gardening Australia 5:30 State to State Summer 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News 9:30 ABC News 24 Mornings 10:00 Time Team 11:00 Bettlefield Mysteries 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 Seven Ages Of Britain 1:30 Meerkat Manor: The Next Generation 2:00 Children’s Programs 6:00 The Drum 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:00 Nigella Kitchen: Don;t Knock It Till You’ve Tried It 8:30 Nature’s Miracle Babies: Islands (Tasmanian Devils, Mauritius Kestrel, Mountain Chickens, Aye Aye, Koala) 9:30 Twins 10:25 ABC News: Late Edition 10:35 Spooks 11:30 Tasmanian Devil: The Fast And Furious Life Of Errol Flynn 12:25 Monarch Of The Glen - Matriarch Molly is the centre of unwelcome attention when her gambling addiction places the entire family in danger; a Glasgow gangster arrives at Glenbogle determined to cash in his IOUs. 1:15 Nature’s Miracle Babies: Islands (Tasmanian Devils, Mauritius Kestrel, Mountain Chickens, Aye Aye, Koala) 2:10 Island Life: Lizard Island 3:00 Rage
5:30 Today 8:30 Danoz Direct 9:30 Alive And Cooking 10:00 Kitchen Whiz 10:30 National Morning News 11:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show 12:30 The View 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 Entertainment Tonight 3:00 Yumba’s Playtime 3:30 Pyramid 4:00 National Afternoon News 5:00 Hot Seat 5:30 National News 6:00 A Current Affair 6:30 Two And A Half Men: “Good Morning Mrs.Butterworth” (PG s,l) 7:00 The Big Bang Theory: “The Hot Troll Deviation” (PG s) 7:30 The Middle: “Bad Choices” (PG) 8:00 Two And A Half Men: “Those Fancy Japanese Toilets” (PG s) 8:30 Mike And Molly: “Dennis’s Birthday” 9:00 Person Of Interest: Ghosts 10:00 Nothing Trivial: Who Had The Hit Single ‘Look Back In Anger’ in 1996? 11:00 The Unusuals: The Circle Line 12:00 20/20 1:00 Danoz Direct 2:30 Newstyle Direct 3:00 Good Morning America 4:30 National Early Morning News / 5:00 Today
5:30 Sunrise 8:30 The Morning Show 9:30 Style by Jury 10:00 Dr Oz 11:00 Seven Morning News 11:30 Movie: “Go Figure” (G) 1:30 Children’s Programs 4:00 Seven News 5:00 Deal or No Deal 5:30 Seven News 6:00 Today Tonight 6:30 Highway Patrol: NZ - Police sniff out some illegal substances on a Dunedin student, and high water leaves 500 campers stranded in the High Country. 7:00 TBA 10:30 Keeping Up With The Kardashians: “Junk In The Trunk / Free Khloe” - The Kardashians take a look at never before seen footage and their favourite moments from their hit reality show. When Khloe is forced to serve a prison sentence for parole violation, it digs up unresolved issues. Kris visits Robert Kardashian’s grave. 11:30 Auction Squad - An old federation home is desperately seeking a modern makeover, but it could take The Hulk to move that monstrosity out the back! 12:30 Infomercials 2:30 Home Shopping 3:30 NBC Today 4:30 Sunrise Extra / 5:00 Seven Early News
5:00 Weatherwatch & Music 5:05 World News 1:00 Movie: “Blue Gate Crossing” (PG s) In Mandarin 2:30 ADbc 3:00 Letters And Numbers 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Dakar Rally 2012 Highlights Stage 8 6:00 Letters And Numbers 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Who Do You Think You Are?: Sigrid Thornton. Australian film and TV industry luminary, actress Sigrid Thornton has cornered the market in feisty leading roles. She is possibly best known for her role as the ‘starting life over again’ magistrate Laura in Sea Change. 8:30 The Nine Months That Made You 9:30 Cutting Edge: Lost In Detention 10:30 World News Australia Late 11:05 Movie: “Hit The Road” (M n,s,l) In Portuguese And Spanish. Full of gangsters, chases and romance, a motley crew of characters are brought together in this energetic road movie. Maria, a bored young Brazilian women teams up with Marco, a disabled small-time crook, on a mission to transport a drug shipment via one of South America’s most dangerous highways. 12:55 True Horror: “Dracula” (MAV v) 1:50 Weatherwatch Overnight
ABC 4:00 The Chaser’s War On Everything 4:30 Can we Help? 5:00 Gardening Australia 5:30 State to State Summer 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News 9:30 ABC News 24 Mornings 10:00 Children’s Programs 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes 1:30 My Family 2:00 Children’s Programs 6:00 River Cottage Everyday - Fish 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:00 Jimmy’s Food Factory: Packed Lunch 8:30 The People’s Supermarket 9:25 Greatest Cities Of The World With Griff Jones: Rome 10:15 ABC News: Late Edition 10:25 Stephen Fry In America: New World 11:25 Live From Abbey Road: Michael Buble/The Temper Trap/Little Boots - Capturing high quality performances from both cutting edge artists and established acts, this critically acclaimed series continues to re-define music television. 12:15 Hungry Beast 1:35 The People’s Supermarket 2:25 Jennifer Byrne Presents: Cads And Bounders 2:55 Rage
4:00 The Chaser’s War On Everything 4:30 Can we Help? 5:00 Gardening Australia 5:30 State to State Summer 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News 9:30 ABC News 24 Mornings 10:00 Children’s Programs 11:00 How The Earth Made Us 12:00 Midday Report 12:30 Mapping The World 1:25 The Trophy Room 2:00 Children’s Programs 6:00 The Drum 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 8:00 Outnumbered 8:30 QI: Fashion 9:00 The Thick Of It 9:35 Absolutely Fabulous: Birthin’ 10:05 The Trip: The Yorke Arms 10:35 ABC News: Late Edition 10:45 Michael Mclntyre’s Comedy Roadshow: Brighton 11:35 Raw Comedy 2010 12:30 Web Warriors 1:25 Absolutely Fabulous: Birthin’ 1:55 The Trip: The Yorke Arms - Steve and Rob stop at The Yorke Arms in Yorkshire and continue their hilarious verbal parry and thrust about life, women, ambitions and song writing. Steve scales the valley’s steep limestone cliffs. 2:25 The Chaser’s War On Repeats 2:55 Rage
5:30 Today 8:30 Danoz Direct 9:30 Alive And Cooking 10:00 Kitchen Whiz 10:30 National Morning News 11:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show 12:30 The View 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 Entertainment Tonight 3:00 Yumba’s Playtime 3:30 Pyramid 4:00 National Afternoon News 5:00 Hot Seat 5:30 National News 6:00 A Current Affair 6:30 Two And A Half Men: “Baseball Was Better With Steroids” (PG s,l) 7:00 RBT 8:00 TBA 10:00 True CSI: Cold Blood: Cherry Hill Murder - A close-knit New Jersey community is in shock when the wife of a respected rabbi is savagely beaten in her home. As police follow the trail of blood, their investigation leads them onto sacred ground and into a secret world of illicit affairs, backroom deals and betrayal. Can they find Carol Neulander’s killer? 11:00 Weeds: He Taught Me How To Drive By 11:30 Memphis Beat: Poke Salad Annie 12:30 Entertainment Tonight 1:00 Danoz Direct 2:30 Newstyle Direct 3:00 Goodmorning America 4:30 National Early Morning News / 5:00 Today
5:30 Sunrise 8:30 The Morning Show 9:30 Style by Jury 10:00 Dr Oz 11:00 Seven Morning News 11:30 Movie: “Cow Belles” (G) 1:30 Children’s Programs 4:00 Seven News 5:00 Deal or No Deal 5:30 Seven News 6:00 Today Tonight 6:30 Highway Patrol: NZ - A Dannevirke man admits to purchasing his car with cannabis, and a driver with his livelihood as well as his license on the line. 7:00 TBA 8:00 Criminal Minds: “25 To Life” (M a,v) - Morgan suggests that a man has been rehabilitated and aids in his parole, but later regrets his decision when the man murders someone only days after being released. 9:00 The Pacific: Sledge and his Division are ordered to relieve an Army division who have been fighting relentlessly under primordial conditions. Then, after the Japanese surrender the Marines return home, but adjusting to post-war life will require more than just time. 11:30 Sons And Daughters 12:30 Infomercials 2:30 Home Shopping 3:00 Style By Jury 3:30 NBC Today 4:30 Sunrise Extra / 5:00 Seven Early News
5:00 Weatherwatch & Music 5:05 World News 1:00 Movie: “Shaolin Soccer” (PG v) 3:00 Letters And Numbers 3:30 Al Jazeera News 4:00 The Journal 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Dakar Rally 2012 Highlights Stage 9 6:00 Letters And Numbers 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Luke Gamble’s Vet Adventures: India 8:30 From Sydney To Tokyo By Any Means: Australia 9:30 Outback Fight Club 10:30 World News Australia Late 11:05 Movie: “Ghost Dog: The Way Of The Samurai” (MAV v,l) - In English And French. A Jim Jarmusch classic. Ghost Dog is a hit-man, loyal to an American mobster who once saved his life, who leads a meticulously ordered existence that is defined by the code of the samurai. Every day he sends his carrier pigeon to old Louie to check if a contract awaits him. A contract arrives to shoot the old lover of a mafia boss’s precious daughter. 1:10 Movie: “Night Run” (MA l,v) In Dutch. Based on the real life ‘taxi-wars’ in Holland in 2000, when once hard to come by taxi permits became practically free in the name of competition. The film follows taxi driver Dennis, as he navigates the corrupt and dangerous streets of Amsterdam in the aftermath of the licence law changes. 3:05 Weatherwatch Overnight
16 – Arafura Times
21 - 27 December 2011
CROSSWORD No. 79
SUDOKU No. 79
This will be a good time for gambling, provided you know when to stop. Everything is in place for a very successful week, ﬁnancially speaking. Romance. Romance is due to come up string this week and your relationship will improve considerably as soon as you can sort out a recent disagreement.
A few negative comments this week may sap your conﬁdence for a while. You need to take the remarks in context, however, and not overreact. Romance. A person whom you have known for some time may still be interested in you. They will do their best to pretend not to be interested, but their actions will give them away.
CANCER (June 22nd - July 23rd)
1......Female relation (8) 3......Melbourne’s river (5) 4......Ofﬁcer in charge (3) 5......Musical: --- Miserables (3) 6......Contribute, chip in (4, 2) 7......Buzz off, scram (4) 8......Road (6) 12....Death is also called The Grim ------ (6) 13....Young swan (6) 14....Stash, riches (8) 19....Wicked (4) 21....False name (5) 22....Tree juice (3) 23....Beer belly (3)
FINDWORD No. 79
Be careful that problems at work don’t spill over into your home-life. So long as you try hard to be patient, everything will be resolved. Romance. You may need a little extra emotional support from your partner at the moment. Communications between you will be especially strong, but be careful not to be too demanding.
LEO (July 24th - August 23rd) Activities which don’t need much money will give you a chance to get back on your feet ﬁnancially. Some recent extravagances have taken their toll. Romance. A favourable aspect to Venus will give your love-life a push in the right direction. A romantic get-together this week will put your relationship onto much ﬁrmer ground after a recent misunderstanding.
VIRGO (August 24th - September 23rd) A surprise move later in the week may leave you wondering what is going on. Talk to a person whom you can trust – your other colleagues may not be so quick to tell you everything. Romance. A power-struggle between you and your partner will not help either of you. Do your best to settle a recent dispute in a way which satisﬁes both sides.
LIBRA (September 24th - October 23rd) You may ﬁnd it difﬁcult to tolerate people who don’t know what they are doing. You won’t appreciate having to clear up a mess caused by someone else. Romance. If you are able to relax properly this will be an excellent week for both of you. Be especially careful not to get into arguments, especially ones involving money. You won’t be in a mood for compromise at the moment!
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SCORPIO (October 24th - November 22nd) At times this week you will need to spend more time by yourself. You have a lot of work to get through and won’t be happy if you are constantly interrupted. Romance. A new relationship may pick up speed faster than you expect. Very soon you will have to make a decision about how quickly you want to get involved with this person.
SAGITTARIUS (November 23rd - December 21st) A kind word will go a– long way. Your enthuFor all your printing needs www.lotsa.com.au siasm and energy will be appreciated by the people around you; however you must be sympathetic to people who are not so dynamic. Romance. A favourable aspect to Neptune this week will improve your powers of intuition, just when you most need them!
CAPRICORN (December 22nd - January 20th) Your ability to spot a ﬁnancial opportunity will help to bring in some money just when you need it most. Make sure you don’t take any more risks than you have to, however. Romance. Time spent with someone whom you hardly know could prove interesting. This person may be much keener on you than you realised. Don’t expect any dramatic developments for the time being, however.
AQUARIUS (January 21st - February 19th)
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ARIES (March 21st - April 20th)
GEMINI (May 22nd - June 21st)
2......Shade of blue (4) 6......Smooch (4) 8......Saying: --- like a jelly (3) 9......Herbal/medicinal plant (6) 10....Saying: To have the ---- for someone (4) 11 ....Path (5) 13....Shooting star (5) 15....Found on golf course (3) 16....Chilly (3) 17....Saying: To --- is human, to forgive is divine (3) 18....Black bird (5) 20....Grid, grille (5) 22....Truck (4) 23....Gifted person (6) 24....Sand spit, barrier (3)
Time spent helping out a friend at work may take up more of your energy than you expect. Your input will not go unnoticed, however. Romance. Don’t allow yourself to be ruled by your emotions. You need to make an important decision and must wait until you are more relaxed. Once you have started a new project nobody will be able to stop you! Your momentum will help you to push through a barrier which has stopped other people in their tracks. Romance. Your partner may ﬁnd it hard to cope with all your excess energy! A powerful aspect to Mars later in the week could make you a little tense: do your best to use your excess energy constructively.
25....Hooligan (4) 26....Certain (4)
ARIES (March 21st - April 20th)
TAURUS (April 21st - May 21st)
A favourable aspect to Jupiter will help to bring a little more luck into your life over the next few days. Don’t miss an opportunity just because a friend tries to put you off. Romance. Your self-conﬁdence will be especially high at the moment. You may need to be the one who takes the initiative in a new relationship.
SOLUTIONS No. 79
PISCES (February 20th - March 20th) A favourable aspect to Jupiter will give you the conﬁdence you need to sort out a long-standing problem. You need to deal head-on with an issue which you have been trying to avoid. Romance. Your partner will appreciate a few words of encouragement. You might not realise how much they value your support.
TAURUS (April 21st - May 21st)
Don’t become too anxious to ﬁnd out what has been happening behind your back. It is not something too important or damaging and simply wait until the time is right. Romance. With a very strong aspect to Mars this week you will not have too much trouble in exploring your horizons when it comes to romance. Don’t wait for anything to come to you, however.
GEMINI (May 22nd - June 21st) Your work-life will be a hive of activity this week. Everybody will be coming to you and your diary will quickly ﬁll up. Just be careful to not take on too much. Romance. This will not really be the best time for a romantic get-together. The positive energy brought to you in your professional live will be draining and you may ﬁnd it difﬁcult to relax properly when it comes to your personal life.
CANCER (June 22nd - July 23rd) Don’t be pushed off course by well-meaning advice. This person wants to help you, but they may not understand the situation quite as well as they think. Romance. So long as your partner is feeling as romantic as you are, everything will go very well this week. Don’t get impatient, however.
LEO (July 24th - August 23rd) This week will be a good time to begin or step-up you home renovations. You will feel creative and you should take advantage of this. Romance. Your home and personal life will take top billing this week. Make sure to spoil your partner in return for all the good things they have been doing recently.
VIRGO (August 24th - September 23rd) You always feel that jobs should be done properly but ease off a little this week and don’t be too much of a perfectionist. You may have to compromise a little in order to get things done. Romance. You may be feeling a little bit unloved. Communication is the key so ﬁnd the right time to let your partner know that you would like more support.
LIBRA (September 24th - October 23rd) You will be surprised how easily you can motivate the people around you. Your energy will be very contagious! Romance. If you are not completely open you will ﬁnd it harder to be close to your partner in the future. A powerful aspect to Mercury later in the week will help to improve communications between you.
SCORPIO (October 24th - November 22nd) Some changes will be coming into your life. Apart from one change, these will be important improvements. Take the rough with the smooth and everything should go according to plan. Romance. A favourable aspect to Venus will help you to attract the right person. Be careful that you don’t rush in too quickly, however, or you will put them off just as fast!
SAGITTARIUS (November 23rd - December 21st) You will have a lot of energy, and will ﬁnally be able to get on top of things. Try not to start any new projects for the time being, however. Romance. Your partner will appreciate your conﬁdent mood. They will not be the only one who notices. By the end of the week you may have more choice than you can handle!
CAPRICORN (December 22nd - January 20th) An event which happened recently may have had more effect on you than you realise. It might be better to sort out your feelings about the matter once and for all. Romance. A new romance may start to liven up a bit. You will still need to be very patient, however. This person may still have emotional ties to somebody else.
AQUARIUS (January 21st - February 19th)
A difﬁcult aspect to Saturn will make it hard for you to deal constructively with an issue which has been affecting your life recently. Put it to one side and deal with it later in the week. Romance. Your good mood will be appreciated by your partner. A trip away from home would do you both a world of good. Hold back on this until later in the week if you can.
PISCES (February 20th - March 20th) A discussion with colleagues at work will help you to understand their feelings about an issue which affects you very personally. You may ﬁnd less agreement than you expect! Romance. Your ability to understand what your partner is thinking will help to bring you closer together this week.
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Nhulunbuy Corporation Limited
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PLANT OPERATOR Fixed period for 8 months No housing provided Base salary $54,059 Nhulunbuy Corporation Limited has a vacancy within its small direct labour force for a Plant Operator Band 4 for a fixed period of 8 months. Applicants must have as a minimum requirement, a White Card, a current H.R. driverâ€™s licence, forklift and front end loader accreditation. A backhoe accreditation will be considered highly. Proven experience and skills in any or all of the following would be an advantage: t Roadworkâ€™s, including patching, erection of signs, traffic management etc. t Water sewerage and drainage works t Concrete work t Tractor based slashing t Forklift operation t Parks and gardens work t General plant and vehicle operation. t Cleaning and general hand work Pay will be in accordance with the NCLâ€™s workplace EBA which provides for 76 hours per week fortnight (plus a 4 hour RDO accrual) overtime and excellent working conditions. No accommodation is provided with this position. A copy of the position description including relevant selection criteria may be obtained by phoning the NCL on (08) 8939 2200. Further information may be obtained by contacting Greg Hanslow on (08) 8987 1753 or 0407 972 550. Applications providing full details of work experience, including recent references should be forwarded to the: Town Administrator, Nhulunbuy Corporation Limited, PO Box 345, Nhulunbuy NT 0881 by the closing date of 4pm Friday, January 6, 2012 Julie Bryce MANAGER OF CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES
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Dr Ross Theedom TOWN ADMINISTRATOR
All members of Laynhapuy Homelands Association Incorporated are invited to the Special General Meeting at 11am on Wednesday, January 11, 2012 at the Laynha Resource Centre, Yirrkala.
Seasonâ€™s Greetings OFFICE CLOSURE Nhulunbuy High School Office will be closed during the school holiday break from
A copy of the draft Rules (Constitution) for Laynhapuy Homelands Aboriginal Corporation is available at your homeland ofďŹ ce, or at the Laynha Resource Centre in Yirrkala or Gapuwiyak.
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to transfer the incorporation of the association from the Associations Act 2003 (NT) to the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006 (CATSI Act)
Julie Perry, Principal
Operations Administration Assistant â€“ Environment
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Nhulunbuy Community Guide Community organisations Arafura Dance Assoc. Contact: Liz Stephenson P: (08) 89870282 (B/H) or (08) 89873863 (A/H) or Rachel Wallis 0427 329 659
Nhulunbuy Toy Library Contact: Lorretta Peirce M: 04130913 127 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Lodge Arafura Contact: Secretary P: 0418 831 120 or 0437 272 210
Arnhem Gun Club Contact: President, Grub Stevens E: email@example.com Arnhem Land Bowls Club Contact: Isobel Murray P: 0435 822 107, 8987 2120
East Arnhem Land Tourism Association Contact: John Tourish P: 8939 2000
Arnhem Writers Contact: Ian Maclean Ph: 0417 601 490
East Arnhem Rugby Union Contact: Eddie P: 0407 002 357
Auskick Contact: Cameron Knight P: 0488 508 577
8EAR Community Radio (Gove FM) Contact: Churyl Scheppard P: 8987 1500
Australian Breastfeeding Association Contact: Melissa Mills P: 8987 8053 Helpline:1800 686 2686 firstname.lastname@example.org
Gove Peninsula Surf Life Saving Club Contact: Chris Putland P: 8987 8083
Nhulunbuy Child Care Services Inc. Contact: Tracey Chrzanowski P: 8987 3311
Nhulunbuy Child Care Centre P: 8987 3311 E: email@example.com
Nhulunbuy Speedway Contact: Dan Wagg P: 0409 679 938 Northern Territory Emergency Service P: 0427 392 264
Gove Touch Footy Contact: Bec Thomson E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Oasis Play Time: Contact: Andi Bracey. P: 8987 1766 Old Codgers: Contact: Shane Ogg P: 0423 172 139
Gove Volleyball Assoc. Contact: Fred Rowe - Pres P: 0417 080 579 email@example.com
Queens Bus (Variety NT) Contact: Glenys Cummings P: 0417 849 594 firstname.lastname@example.org
Junior 8 Ball Contact: Marian Richter P: 0402 355 499
Gove Astronomy Club Contact: Ian Maclean P: 0417 601 490
Captain Cook Comunity Centre Captain Cook Community Centre President: Richard Webb M: 0404 351 839 E: email@example.com Endeavour Room Bookings: Contact: Lorretta Peirce M: 04130913 127 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Gove Arts Theatre Contact: Chris Andrews P: 0428 856 392 E: email@example.com Nhulunbuy Playgroup Contact: Cassie McIllree P: 0418 322 719 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nhulunbuy Community Neighbourhood Centre Contact: Michelle Lowth P: 8987 2191 M: 0488 556 949
Gove Peninsula Tennis Club Contact: Nicky Mayer P: 8987 2640
Gove 8 Ball Contact: Adam White P: 0438 809 620
Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre P: 8987 1701 E: email@example.com
Gove Peninsula Festival Contact: Ian Maclean Astronomy: goveastronomers@ yahoo.com.au GPF: firstname.lastname@example.org Arnhem writers: ian@ askthescienceguru.com
Runners North Contact: Vanessa Drysdale P: 8987 8005
Make-A-Wish(r) Aust. Contact: Kendall Kenway Gove Branch President P: 8987 8289
Gove Game Fishing Club Contact: Ian Dickinson P: 0428 897 814 Gove Golden Oldies Contact: Ria Ngamoki P: 8987 3530
RSPCA: Contact: Bev Goodchild P: 8987 2243 Rotary Club Nhulunbuy Contact: Barry Fleming, President P: 0417 768 147
MOPS Contact: Christie Giles P: 8987 2227
Gove Junior Football Club Contact: David Hill M: 0438 861 599
Scouts Nhulunbuy Contact: Karen Coyle P: 8987 2783
Nhulunbuy Amateur Swimming Club Contact: Shane Guiney P: 0431 040 043
Gove Junior Rugby Contact: Jon Regan P: 8987 8094
Squash Club Contact: Donna Marie P: 8987 1272
Nhulunbuy BMX Club Inc Contact: Donna Leahy, Secretary P: 0424 954 600 Nhulunbuy Regional Sport Fishing Club Contact: Jason Bourke P: 0409 764 623
Gove Netball Assoc. Contact: Helen Clark - Pres P: 8987 3728 M: 0438 873 728
Tae Kwon Do Nhulunbuy Contact: Paul Macloy P: 0407 106 525 T.S. Melville Naval Cadet Training Contact: Arnie Kokkin P: 8987 2562
WATER CONSUMPTION TABLE
Sacred Heart Catholic Church Father Barry Hanson – Ph: 8987 1533 Vigil Saturday 6.00pm, Sunday Service 8.30am OASIS Christian Assembly Pastor Phil Sampson – Ph: 8987 1522 / 8987 1369 Seventh-Day Adventist Church Ph: 8987 2375 / 0419 465 045 Free Wesleyan Church of Tonga Hala Tupou – Ph: 8987 3553 Nhulunbuy Baptist Church Sundays 9.30am at Town Hall – Ph: 8987 1256 Uniting Church: Sunday Service 9.30am Hazel Trudgen – Ph: 8987 3545 Mobile 0413 536 877 Forward in Faith Ministries
W/E Dec 11 W/E Dec 11 Variance Actual Usage Target Usage
Total Per head Total Per head Total Per head Kilolitres of Pop: Lt Kilolitres of Pop: Lt Kilolitres of Pop: Lt
49824 13112 49900 13130
Sunday: Noon to 2.30pm at Common Room, Uniting Church. Ph: 0434 059611 or 8987 8268.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Brother Forbes 0428 767 616 – Sunday 10am.
Other Cities Av. Consumption / Head of Pop. Brisbane 270 • Darwin 1100 • Perth 340
Tide times – Gove Harbour Wed 21
Time 0411 1054 1705 2254
Time 0513 1203 1845
Time 0001 0617 1313 2000
Ht 2.97 1.13 2.50 1.32
Ht 3.05 0.96 2.52
Sat 24 Ht 1.48 3.13 0.79 2.63
Time 0118 0720 1419 2102
Sun 25 Ht 1.57 3.23 0.64 2.74
Time 0236 0817 1516 2156
Ht 1.59 3.32 0.53 2.83
Time 0338 0911 1606 2243
Time 0429 1000 1652 2324
Ht 1.55 3.39 0.48 2.88
Ht 1.49 3.43 0.49 2.91
NOTE: these are predictions only, subject to change due to prevailing weather conditions. It is recommended you use this table as a guide only.
Tide times – Gove Harbour Wed 28
Time 0513 1047 1734
Time 0001 0553 1131 1813
Time 0036 0633 1212 1851
Ht 1.44 3.42 0.53
Ht 2.91 1.40 3.34 0.61
Sat 31 Ht 2.91 1.39 3.20 0.72
Time 0110 0712 1254 1928
Sun 1 Ht 2.89 1.40 3.01 0.86
Time 0146 0754 1335 2006
Ht 2.87 1.42 2.78 1.04
Mon 2 Time 0223 0841 1421 2043
Tue 3 Ht 2.84 1.44 2.55 1.23
Time 0305 0935 1518 2125
Ht 2.81 1.44 2.34 1.42
NOTE: these are predictions only, subject to change due to prevailing weather conditions. It is recommended you use this table as a guide only.
Tide times – Gove Harbour Wed 4 Time 0350 1037 1641 2214
Thu 5 Ht 2.80 1.39 2.21 1.60
Time 0444 1143 1826 2313
Fri 6 Ht 2.80 1.30 2.23 1.73
Time 0542 1250 1938
Sat 7 Ht 2.83 1.17 2.35
Time 0026 0639 1347 2030
Sun 8 Ht 1.80 2.91 1.03 2.49
Time 0147 0732 1434 2114
Mon 9 Ht 1.79 3.01 0.90 2.61
Time 0244 0820 1517 2152
Ht 1.73 3.12 0.80 2.72
Tue 10 Time 0330 0905 1556 2227
Ht 1.66 3.24 0.72 2.81
NOTE: these are predictions only, subject to change due to prevailing weather conditions. It is recommended you use this table as a guide only.
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Weather details Weather details supplied by the Bureau of Meteorology – Gove Airport from Monday, Dec 12 to Sunday, Dec 18 Temperature (oC) Monday 12 Max 34.3 Min 24.7 Rainfall 6.2 Tuesday 13 Max 35.1 Min 26.4 Rainfall NIL Wednesday 14 Max 35.0 Min 24.8 Rainfall 1.6 Thursday 15 Max 35.1 Min 25.7 Rainfall NIL Friday 16 Max 33.1 Min 25.3 Rainfall NIL Saturday 17 Max 32.7 Min 25.2 Rainfall 0.4 Sunday 18 Max 32.3 Min 0.0 Rainfall NIL Monthly total rainfall to date: 15 mm Mean sea level pressure Max: 1007.5 hPa on Saturday Min: 1003.6 hPa on Tuesday Averages for the month of December Max temp: 32.9 Min temp: 24.6 Rainfall: 181.3 mm
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Wish all our customers and their families a wonderful Christmas and a safe and prosperous New Year. Our trading hours over the Christmas break are: G.I.S Closed from Friday, December 23 @ 12 noon Re-open Wednesday, December 28 @ 7am Closed on Saturday, December 31. METALAND Closed from Thursday, December 22 @ 4pm Re-open Tuesday, January 3 @ 7am Hope to see you all in the New Year! From Pat, Baz and Staff!
Gove Toy Run Thanks We would love to get a big thank you to all those who donated as this was the best Toy Run so far with $10,000 raised. We had 42 riders, with 50 people registered for the poker run. All people who registered, gave a donation of $25 and received a 2011 Toy Run stubby cooler, donated by Mark of Auslec. Winner of the best poker hand was Fred (Anthony Evans). Winner of the generator donated by Tim at IGA which was raffled around town was Jon Regan. Winner of the scenic flight donated by Layhna Air raffled in town centre was Jezz. Winner of People’s Choice Best Bike was Chris Putland (on a scooter!). The bikes were voted on by members of the public in Endeavour Square and the one with the most votes was the winner. A big thank you to the following: t )PH4IFEGPSUIFWFOVFJOUIFFWFOJOH t #PBU$MVCBOE#SPXOJFT#VSHFS#BSGPSUIFTBVTBHF sizzle t (PMG$MVCGPSWFOVFFOSPVUF t 4U+PIO"NCVMBODFGPSTVQQPSU t 'JSJFTGPSMFBEJOHPVUUIFCJLFT t $PSQPSBUJPOGPSBMMPXJOHUIFCJLFTJOUP&OEFBWPVS Square t "SOIFN1FTU$POUSPMGPSLFFQJOHVTNP[[JFGSFFBUUIF shed t (PWF'.GPSBMMUIFHSFBUBEWFSUJTJOH t 4BOUBBOE4BOUBT)FMQFS Thanks also need to go to the individuals and businesses who donated items so generously: t #SBE$BSFZ"VUPT t 5PMM.BSJOF-PHJTUJDT t 5JNBU*(" t #PCCZ#JTIFM t /IVMVOCVZ1PMJDF t 8BMLBCPVU t 3JDIBSE)VUDIJOTPO t "SOIFNMBOE$SBGU1JDUVSF'SBNJOH t 5PQQJDT1IPUPT t (PWF5BDLMF0VUEPPST t (*4 t (PWF.PUPST t -BZOIB"JS t #14FSWJDF4UBUJPO t 4U+PIO"NCVMBODF t .FMT.BTTBHF t *BOT"VUPT t 5ISFF$T$BGF t "SOIFN1FTU$POUSPM t 8BUFSGSPOU,JUDIFO t 8PPMXPSUIT t (PWF#BLFSZ t (PWF$IFNJTUo"NDBM t &BTU"SOIFN#VUDIFS t (VZTPG(PWF t /FXTBHFOU t 1PTU0GmDF t "VTMFD t 4PEFYP Once all the funds have been collected, they will be distributed to local organisations in Nhulunbuy.
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Many personal bests at swim meet By STEVEN DOWZARD
Swimmers at the last meet.
Jx recipients from the first meet.
Tyler Reed at the swim meet.
Ready for the start of a race.
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Paul Schindler and Loren Waller instructing the kids.
DECEMBER 10 saw the second Gove Barra’s amateur swim meet for the season with a total of 37 swimmers and parents braving the hot conditions. Results from the meet showed a total of 28 swimmers recording PBs. Well done to all swimmers and parents as the week leading into the meet included, NT community swimming officer Paul Schindler conducting extra training sessions and Barra swimmers also racing for the prospective house teams in the Nhulunbuy Primary School swim carnival on the Friday. All this on top of normal training sessions. I’m sure there were some tired swimmers and equally tired parents come Saturday night. Recipients of coaches’ awards for this month included Jordin Ritchie, Tarkyn Goodlad, Tyler Reed, Lily Emerton and Mary Colquhaun. Keep up the good work swimmers. Thanks again to all committee members, parents and coaches for putting in the time an effort, thanks also to local Member of Nhulunbuy Lynne Walker for allowing the use of the Labor Party marque for our last meets. The club would also like to thank NT community swimming officer Paul Schindler with providing the swimmers and coaches with extra training sessions and great ideas on improving skills and techniques. Paul also organised the go swim bags through swimming Australia. These bags have a range of items aimed at assisting swimmers from a welcoming DVD, swim cap, posters and booklet for mum’s and dad’s outlining basic information about swimming. Meets, training sessions and NT qualifying time trials are currently being worked on at present by the committee. As soon as these arrangements are finalised the committee will inform the Barra swimmers and parents. Hoping to have these dates and times out to all members with in the next week. If there are any interested people wanting to join or find more information regarding the club contact myself Steven Dowzard on 0417 833060 or Jess Pitkin on 0488078545. On behalf of the Barra’s swim club committee have a great Christmas and see you all in the New Year.
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Yirrkala lifesavers keen to represent the north in Sydney
Boat club members at the AGM.
Gove Boat Club moves forward after AGM By NEAL BAULCH
Children are put through surf life saving actrivites at Shady Beach in Yirrkala earlier this year. THE surf club in Yirrkala is seeking financial assistance to send the first Yolngu NT representative side to attend and compete at the National Surf Life Saving Competition in Sydney. The Walngawu Djarkamirri Surf Life Saving Club (WDSLSC) is the first SLSC to be established within an indigenous community in Australia. The club, based at Shady Beach and has indigenous youth membership from many of the surrounding homeland communities in the East Arnhem region. The WDSLSC is seeking financial assistance to enable them to send representatives to the
competition on January 20 and 25. It is expected that seven Yolngu youth will represent their club and participate in this event as well as the Manly SLS competition which is occurring in conjunction with the national event. Vice chairman of the WDSLSC, Scott Beverstock, said this representation is hugely significant in that it will be history in the making, as it is the first time an indigenous community SLSC has youth compete at a national event in SLS Australia’s 100 years of existence. “The event activities will include flag races, beach sprints, beach relay, and pool rescues to name a few. The
Shady Beach is always popular with the locals.
seven Yolngu youth representatives have been extremely motivated and have displayed incredible dedication in their training efforts to prepare themselves for these events. “In order for these kids to compete we need to reach a target of around $11,000 to cover accommodation, airfares and transfers. Sponsorship acknowledgement will be given in as many forms as possible and as these kids will most likely receive national media exposure.” If you are able to help contact Mr Beverstock on 0427 158 693 or email: mail-beverstocks@miwatj. com.au or email@example.com
ON Sunday December 4 at 10am the Gove Boat Club had its first AGM since the re-opening several months ago. The meeting was attended by a fair amount of interested members and opened by the outgoing commodore, Kevin Somers, who spoke about the position of the club to date. He congratulated all those people who helped out during the clubs five week closure and the renovations of the club house and surrounds. He said without their help the club would not be where it is today. Since re-opening, the club has attracted over 180 members with prospective members applying every week. And with continued help from as many volunteer members that are willing to spare some of their time, all aspects of the club can only improve from here. The club is now back to a vibrant family orientated venue for all to enjoy. The outgoing vice commodore, Brad Smith, spoke about the increased interest in the sailing and boating, with the regular fortnightly Sunday race being a popular event for those who enjoy a day on the water. He mentioned that on the opening day there were around 40 people register their interest in sail training involving the use of the club’s minnows and laser dinghies and that this is something the
club is very keen to pursue. The outgoing rear commodore Matt Skertchly spoke about some of the work that had been done to the club house and grounds over the past six months and about some of the ideas of future improvements and urged anyone with ideas of their own to bring forward to the committee. The outgoing committee then stood down and elections took place for the next year’s committee with the following outcome: commodore - Brad Smith, vice commodore - Neal Baulch, rear commodore - Matt Skertchly, treasurer - Cassie Mcillree, secretary - Neil Jones and general committee members, Dave Sephton, Kim Wilkinson, Neil Mcillree and Kevin Roiall. Well done. A near full committee. All are looking forward to another exciting year. With the new committee voted in, everyone enjoyed a drink and a sausage sizzle. A number of boats then made their way out to the Granites for some post AGM socialising. Kim had the kids enthralled as she led them on a hunt for buried treasure after they found what looked like a bona-fide pirate treasure map that may have been hidden on the island for centuries. What a way to spend the day. Look forward to seeing you all next outing.
Kim Wilkinson leading the treasure hunt.
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AT THE ARNO… INTERNATIONAL SENSATION
DJ CHARLY TEMPLAR
23 FRIDAY, DECEMBER
Impact your world! Live
THE PARTY ROCKERS ARE BACK!
Dr. ELEPHANT The national party starters play live at the Arnhem Club!
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