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- 02/02/16--18:06: _What's eating you?
- 02/02/16--21:10: _Asleep in the office
- 08/29/16--17:00: _Bird's eye view of ...
- 08/29/16--17:53: _Not your typical 12...
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- 08/30/16--19:25: _Young musos join On...
- 08/31/16--00:48: _I Can See Clearly Now
- 08/31/16--21:49: _Questacon Science C...
- 09/01/16--02:25: _Lost Nirvana footag...
- 09/01/16--20:55: _Baby Animals frontw...
- 09/02/16--00:20: _Birthday Cake for a...
- 09/05/16--00:43: _Star Trek: 50 year ...
- 09/05/16--18:56: _Apply to be on the ...
- 09/06/16--20:33: _Angry Anderson roar...
- 09/07/16--17:52: _Darwin's roller der...
- 09/08/16--20:04: _Pop-Up Zoo in the C...
- 09/11/16--17:58: _Kindergarten Cop an...
- 09/12/16--19:09: _Mitchell Street Mil...
- 09/13/16--00:58: _Mad Max: Fury Road ...
- 09/13/16--03:04: _It's Pre-Cyclone Cl...
- 02/02/16--18:06: What's eating you?
- 02/02/16--21:10: Asleep in the office
- 08/29/16--17:00: Bird's eye view of Uluru
- 08/29/16--17:53: Not your typical 12 week challenge ... are you game?
- 08/30/16--18:24: These are the funniest wildlife photos from around the world
- 08/30/16--19:25: Young musos join One Tropical Day line up
- 08/31/16--00:48: I Can See Clearly Now
- 08/31/16--21:49: Questacon Science Circus rolls into town
- 09/01/16--02:25: Lost Nirvana footage found
- 09/01/16--20:55: Baby Animals frontwoman Suze DeMarchi returns to Darwin
- 09/02/16--00:20: Birthday Cake for a 4 year old goes viral
- 09/05/16--00:43: Star Trek: 50 year Anniversary
- 09/05/16--18:56: Apply to be on the Young Endeavour
- 09/06/16--20:33: Angry Anderson roars into Darwin for annual bike and tattoo show
- 09/07/16--17:52: Darwin's roller derby takes on interstate rivals
- 09/08/16--20:04: Pop-Up Zoo in the City on Saturday morning
- 09/11/16--17:58: Kindergarten Cop and the 45th Parliament of Australia
- 09/12/16--19:09: Mitchell Street Mile returns
- 09/13/16--00:58: Mad Max: Fury Road with no special effects
- 09/13/16--03:04: It's Pre-Cyclone Clean Up Time
Art Your Life director Catie Kirk shared her thoughts with Greg and Ali on the current trend for meal replacements and their unwanted side effects.
She suggests healthy alternatives in a bid to achieve healthy weightloss. Take a listen to our podcast.
I've been regularly caught out napping at work. There's no sympathy from other staff at Mix seemingly oblivious to the fact the I arrive at the radio station at 3.45am Monday to Friday. By 11am I'm starting to feel a little tired. Similar to what a 9am - 5pm worker would feel by 3pm.
I was caught stretching and yawning yesterday at 11.30am when the Manager walked by and asked, 'keeping you awake are we Mr. Vincent'?
Don't get caught napping at your desk like this bloke in the photo. The whole office got in on the joke. Have another coffee instead and have your nanna nap at home.....or in the toilet cubicle. -----Greg
New drone footage has been released this week offering a bird's-eye view of Uluru. The footage was released by Voyages indigenous Tourism Australia.
Four Darwin businesses specialising in health and fitness have joined forces to offer the ultimate 12 week challenge.
But this is not your standard body transformation challlenge. This test will not only change the way you look and feel, but set you up for your future.
Led by Matt Cowling of Evolve Fitness, the challenge will consist of daily fitness with Evolve Fitness NT, 24 hour access to Anytime Fitness for resistance training, nutrition and guidance from Healing Foods Nutrition, meal prep made interesting by Love Thy Juice and discounts off wholefoods and supplements with Wicked NRG.
This is a collaboration of businesses dedicated to delivering a level of service and support to not only enable you to reach your goals but become empowered and informed to carry your results well into the future.
For more information visit the Evolve NT website.
They're back and funnier than ever!
Entries are flooding in for the annual Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards that bring comedy and conservation together.
Aimed at showcasing the true playfulness of the animal kingdom, this year features six categories and a high profile judging panel of celebrities and wildlife experts.
Last year's competition featured more than 1500 entries from 52 countries with a laughing seal and gorilla picking his nose among the highlights.
I'm sure you'll agree entries this year are all beautifully photographed with perfect comedy timing!
WINNERS announced last night, v exciting Well done Julian Rad, Liam Richardson and Oliver Dreike pic.twitter.com/QjSaK108Ef— Comedy Wildlife Phot (@FunnyPhotoAward) November 12, 2015
Another runner up from the 2015 awards. Name the animal and you can enter the 2016 competition. Or enter anyway!!!! pic.twitter.com/C5mZYBVfPE— Comedy Wildlife Phot (@FunnyPhotoAward) June 29, 2016
We are lucky enough have Martin Le-May's extraordinary image of the woodpecker and weasel on its back entered pic.twitter.com/lUM9NL2Zfx— Comedy Wildlife Phot (@FunnyPhotoAward) August 25, 2015
The cream of the Northern Territory's young musicians join Australian rock legends The Angels and Baby Animals for One Tropical Day in Darwin this Saturday.
GAIA, Sev and The Explosions and Isacc Smalley have been announced on the bill and will play prior to the double header at the Darwin Ski Club.
A six piece Indie rock band, GAIA is made up of a group of teenagers who met while at high school. Although still new, the outfit has notched up numerous gigs including playing alongside Angus and Julia Stone at this year's BassInTheGrass music festival.
Sev and the Explosions have emerged from the NT Music School and feature a line up that includes trumpet, sax, dueling electric guitars, keys, percussion and vocals.
Isacc Smalley is the 2016 Battle of the School Bands soloist winner and although small in stature delivers a performance well beyond his years.
Gates open from 4pm at the Darwin Ski Club this Saturday. Tickets are available from www.dtix.com.au
Wake Up with Greg & Ali all week for your chance to WIN "The Greg & Ali Experience" thanks to Oasis Shopping Village. Greg & Ali have experienced the convenience of shopping at Oasis Shopping Village and they want you to try it too. You could be winning this exceptional "Experience" prize package valued at over $2,000.
Greg went shopping at Specsavers at Oasis. Having not had his eyes checked for 9 years he was long overdue for a checkup. Thanks to Johnny the optometrist who tested Greg's eyesight only to show that his sight has diminished since his last test. Bring in the lovely Tracy who tirelessly tried various frames for Greg to model. Once frames were chosen Greg only had to wait a week for his new specs to arrive. Happy Dayz.
The Foskey Pavillion at the Darwin Showgrounds will be overflowing with exciting hands on science exhibits this weekend.
The Shell Questacon Science Circus and its colorful semi-trailer will be in town for a public exhibition of its 'pop up' science centre.
People of all ages can enjoy more than 40 interactive science exhibits and watch spectacular science shows as Science Circus presenters hold fire in their hands, lie on a bed of nails and levitate beach balls.
The public exhibition is on Saturday and Sunday.
Days after the release of there soon-to-be landmark album "Nevermind", Seattle band Nirvana played a small club in New Haven, Connecticut.
In a few months, "Nevermind" would be riding high on the charts and Kurt, Dave and Krist would be the face of the biggest musical movement of the 90's.
Baby Animals frontwoman Suze DeMarchi hasn't performed with her band for a few months so when the opportunity came up to reunite in Darwin, she jumped at the chance.
Suze spoke to Greg and Ali on Wake Up ahead of the band's gig at the Darwin Ski Club tomorrow night for One Tropical Day featuring The Angels.
Take a listen to their chat here.
Her Facebook post showing off the cake has gone viral in recent days, with Jamie explaining: “For the last couple of months, Benz has been asking for a ‘cow having a calf’ cake for his birthday.
This week marks 50 years since the first episode of Star Trek premiered in the US.
In addition to screening Star Trek movies on SBS 2 this week, SBS will air the documentary Building Star Trek next Sunday night. In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Star Trek, a star-studded line up of astronauts, engineers, writers, innovators and actors come together for the epic restoration of the original Enterprise and an unprecedented search for every remaining original part of the 1966 TV show. Building Star Trek follows the crew as they try and exhibit as authentic artefacts, props and costumes as possible from the Original Star Trek series.
Live Long & Prosper this Sunday, 11 September at 8.35pm on SBS.
The national Sail Training Ship Young Endeavour is currently in port as part of its circumnavigation of Australia which began in Sydney in late May this year. From Darwin, the tall ship will visit Broome, Exmouth, Fremantle, Esperance and Adelaide before returning to the east coast early next year.
Voyages onboard the Young Endeavour are open to all Australians aged 16-23. Applications are now open HERE
All round Aussie legend Angry Anderson returns to Darwin this weekend to headline the annual Berrimah Bike and Tattoo Show.
The hard rock lead vocalist for Rose Tattoo will judge both the bike and tattoo competitions and perform live with rockin' blues outfit the Coffin Fitz.
Angry says he's looking forward to kicking back and sinking a few throughout the day. He joins Greg and Ali on Wake Up tomorrow morning ahead of a jam packed weekend at the Hidden Valley Tavern.
Darwin's roller derby will challenge teams from across the country this weekend in a co-ed roller derby tournament.
Gentlemen Roller's and Darwin Roller Girls will host the mixed gender tournament at Marrara Indoor Stadium featuring two teams from interstate.
Melbourne's Kingston City Rollers and Adelaide's Light City Derby will take on Darwin's own Terror Taurens on home turf.
Doors open at 3pm with the first whistle from 3:30pm. Food, merchandise and a bar will be available.
For more information visit Coed Roller Derby Interstate Tournament
On Saturday (10th Sept) Darwin Waterfront will host a Pop-Up Zoo as part of National Threatened Species Day from 9am till Noon.
There'll be presentations, interactive displays, stalls as well as cameo appearances from some of the species concerned. Crocodylus Park, Crocosaurus Cove and Territory Wildlife Park are all taking part in the morning.
You can have your photo taken with the keepers and their animals at one of the many displays.
Sounds like a great morning for the whole family.
Mr Kimble is sent to Canberra to manage some early discipline problems in Federal Parliament ... but is he up to the task?
Registrations are still open for the iconic 2016 Mitchell Street Mile.
This is your chance to participate in an event that has grown to become Australia's richest middle distance showcase.
This year the event carries a prize pool of more than $35,000. Many of Australia's top middle distance runners are arriving in the Territory to compete on Sunday, building on the event's status as a major mile event.
It's also a great day out for runners of any ability, or those who just like to come along and watch.
Greg and Ali will be broadcasting live from Mitchell Street on Sunday from midday for all the action.
To register to participate visit Mitchell Street Mile.
There's nothing like seeing George Miller's vision of Mad Max: Fury Road come to life without the assistance of computer generated special effects. It takes me back to the original Mad Max in 1979 where what you saw on screen was the real deal. George Miller's been clever in Fury Road to ensure original fans of the francise are statisfied with the mixture of CGI and live action. With this video though you can experience the live action which made Fury Road the heralded film it has become. Enjoy....Greg & Ali
The cyclone season is fast approaching and now is the time to clean up unwanted items around your house.
City of Darwin is once again holding its annual Cyclone Clean Up, which involves removing unwanted debris from residential properties which could become dangerous missiles in the event of a cyclone.
You should have received a leaflet in your letterbox by now indicating your collection date. If not the following information should be helpful.
Plave your items on the nature strip on Saturday 17 September 2016 for collection commencing Sunday 18 September.
Bayview, Coconut Grove, Darwin City, Fannie bay, Larrakeyah, Millner, Nightcliff, Parap, Rapid Creek, Stuart Park, The Gardes, The Narrows and Woolner.
Seniors and residents with a disability can request assistance to remove items from their property. Please call Council on 8930 0300 no later than the Friday before your collection.