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1 Carat Diamond Band
was $2,499 $1,799
Lay-by now for Christmas!
Mens Lynx Packs
4 piece $38.95 ea
RECIPE FOR CHRISTMAS
Lashings of Darrell Lea
chocolates, Add some delicious
Christmas puddings, Dress them
up in ruby red & glorious silvers,
A whisper of Angels, A gaggle of
Garlands, A generous dollop of
Decorations... all freely wrapped
for your enjoyment!
Makes for a perfect Christmas.
$14.99 inc name
2 for $49.95 or
Mince Pies now
clothing (size 1-8)
Formal wear at
priced to clear
New Years outfits.
18/12 through to Christmas Eve
Christmas Eve 6am-10pm
Christmas Day & Boxing Day CLOSED
Monday 27/12 & Tuesday 28/12 8am-8pm
Open New Year's Day 8am-8pm
Christmas Gif t Guide
Christmas Gift Guide
By Jane Parsons
Proving green can be the new black,
Apple Green Duck delivers on the
desire to look cool while being kind
to your conscience. The brand has
a range of funky reusable shopping
bags, priced at $14.95.
Aviator sunglasses are
popular this summer, as
the military trend makes
a return. Many of the
aviator styles, which first
appeared 70 years ago,
have been reworked with
an explosion of fresh
are $360 from OPSM,
phone 132020. Ray-Ban
red Catty Club masters,
1300 655 612.
Looking good and feeling
patriotic will be easy in Peter
Alexander's All Things Australian
summer range of pyjamas. The
G'day PA collection has slinky
nighties, sequined tees and
matching pants and shorts.
The galah sequinned tee is
$35 and the galah roll-up pant
is $39.90. 1300 366 683 or
Teenagers will always be in
the loop with this LG Craze,
which has support on Telstra's
NextG network, and a QWERTY
keyboard. RRP is $149 and it
is available on a prepaid plan
exclusive to Telstra.
A revamped version of Trivial
Pursuit has been released called
Bet You Know It. It has 1800 new
questions, the chance to buy your
wedges instead of being stumped
by your least favourite category,
and the chance to bet on how
well your opponents will answer
a question. $69.95,
phone 1300 13 8697.
This 32'' (81cm) high-definition
LCD Samsung TV has a digital
noise filter to produce clear and
sharp images, and the wide
colour enhancer means fantastic
light and lifelike colours. Movies
and photos can be viewed on
the screen thanks to the USB
connection cord. The three HDMI
ports mean HD devices can be
connected, such as a gaming
console or DVD/Blu-ray player.
RRP is $649 and it is available
from Harvey Norman.
The Future Music Festival is back in March,
and the line-up includes Ke$ha, The
Chemical Brothers, Dizzee Rascal, Mark
Ronson and the Business Intl, MGMT,
The Presets and Art vs Science. It will visit
most capital cities, including Sydney's
Royal Randwick Racecourse, on Saturday,
March 12. Tickets are $135 plus booking
fee and service charges. Phone Ticketmas-
ter on 136100 or visit ticketmaster.com.au.
eb&ive is a brand born on the shared
dreams and passions of lifetime friends,
Julie Walker and Nicky Morgan. Chic,
bold and affordable, eb&ive appeals to all
ages and is a "one-stop shop" for ward-
robe staples. The beaded necklace with
coin pendant is $34.95, and the oval ring,
$14.95. Stockists 0411 589 113.
The new full HD GE Active DV1 mini camcorder and camera is
waterproof (up to 5 metres) and shockproof (up to 1.5 metres).
Shooting video in 1080p and capturing five megapixel photos,
the pocket-sized DV1 uses an integrated USB connector
enabling content to be uploaded and shared. It features a
2.5inch LCD display and 4x digital zoom. The DV1 is
available in orange, lime, graphite grey, red and blue.
RRP is $199. Stockists at gecameras.com.au.
Howard Storage World has plenty of
products for storing and organising items,
including jewellery. A resin tree is $22.95,
stackable faux leather jewellery trays are
$34.95, an Allure jewellery chest with
necklace keeper is $169 and an Allure
earring organiser is $24.95.
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