Monthly Archives: January 2022

Benyue Kitchen Review Aberfeldie Review 2022

by on January 30, 2022 0
Address 365 Buckley Street Aberfeldie, CIV 3040 See the map Opening hours Wed-Mon noon-10:30 p.m. Characteristics Licensed, Accepts reservations Prices Moderate (dishes $20 to $40) Payments eftpos, Visa, Mastercard Call 03 9337 1991 There is no business like show business, but a family business is better. Melbourne has dozens of must-visit restaurants to prove... Read More

National loans help borrowers navigate caravan finance

by on January 28, 2022 0
For borrowers, National Loans says the most important things to understand are borrowing capacity, how to compare loan options and navigate eligibility criteria. With each caravan loan product being slightly different, it can be overwhelming, especially for first-timers. National Loans explains that all lenders look at a similar range of factors when assessing individual... Read More

Not one, not two, but potentially three children’s playground ‘destinations’ for Dunedin

by on January 27, 2022 0
STACY SQUIRES / Stuff Hohan Ko and daughter Lucy Uri enjoying a water feature at Margaret Mahy Playground in Christchurch. A trio of ‘destination’ children’s playgrounds similar to Christchurch’s Margaret Mahy playground could be built in Dunedin. Dunedin City Council will meet next week – via audiovisual link – to discuss options under its... Read More

anti-Semitism Australia: Jewish people targeted by far-right groups

by on January 27, 2022 0
It’s something many Australians think would never happen here, but these disturbing photos show a very real problem. WARNING: Distressing content. WARNING: Contains distressing images. As you read this, Jewish and non-Jewish communities come together to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day, designated by the UN to coincide with the anniversary of the liberation of... Read More

COVID updates: National cabinet meeting ends, case numbers expected to rise when school surveillance begins – as it happened

by on January 26, 2022 0
TAS: the teachers’ union remains concerned The Tasmanian branch of the Australian Education Union is calling on the state government to reconsider its back-to-school plan, which the union says was “underdeveloped”. The union’s David Genford told ABC Radio Hobart he remained concerned about teachers and other staff. “We focused on ventilation, masks and when... Read More

Hotel brands are moving into Australia’s ‘next big city’

by on January 26, 2022 0
The US-based hospitality giant is part of several accommodation brands including QT, Sheraton and Travelodge, with a particular focus on Parramatta as it continues to undergo massive urban transformation. More than $20 billion in public and private investment will be injected into the region’s infrastructure and development over the next five years. Once considered... Read More

Dylan Alcott is Australian of the Year; Invasion Day Demonstrations Planned; NSW will record the millionth case of Covid

by on January 25, 2022 0
Hello everyone, this is Mathilde Boseley here today, and wow there is already a lot to say. australian tennis star Dylan Alcott is the 2022 Australian of the Year, receiving the title on the same day as his move to another Australian Open wheelchair final. But, he said in his speech, “winning Grand Slams... Read More

The 10 Best Scottish Travel Experiences

by on January 25, 2022 0
Hike to the most remote pub on the British mainland It’s a rewarding experience for those who don’t mind getting their boots dirty. The Knoydart Peninsula is literally sandwiched between (the lakes of) heaven and hell (Nevis and Hourn). Kinlochhourn’s 14 winding, marshy miles often feel like hell. An even tougher route traverses the... Read More

BB introduces credit guarantee facility to speed up loan disbursement to the poor

by on January 23, 2022 0
Bangladesh Bank has introduced a new credit guarantee facility to speed up loan disbursement to landless farmers, low-income professionals, school bank account holders and small traders. The BB’s SME and Special Programs Department on Sunday issued a circular titled “Financial Services Credit Guarantee System” mimicking the existing credit guarantee unit to ensure loan repayment... Read More

Huntington (HBAN) Q4 Earnings and Revenue Missed, Loans Fall

by on January 21, 2022 0
Huntington Bancactions incorporated HBAN reported fourth-quarter 2021 adjusted earnings per share of 36 cents, missing Zacks’ consensus estimate of 37 cents. This excluded certain notable after-tax items. Results were impacted by $177 million of pre-tax expenses related to the acquisition of TCF and $10 million pre-tax expenses related to the termination of a strategic... Read More

Business News | Stock and Equity Market News | Financial News

by on January 20, 2022 0
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Australian Open | Food and drink

by on January 19, 2022 0
Game, set, match! The Australian Open kicked off and while tennis is the main event, the best of Australian hospitality comes together in Melbourne Park to create a unique Grand Slam experience. AO22 has progressed this year with menus curated by world-renowned foodies and pop-ups washed down by iconic liquor brands. Melbourne’s cuisine is... Read More

Pontoon in St Kilda

by on January 18, 2022 0
Pontoon is a glamorous model posing as a breezy beach hut. George Livissianis’ layout, whose stamp is on hip Sydney Apollo joints and the Dolphin Hotel, strikes a nautical-yet-pleasant Scandinavian vibe with consummate ease. Thick rope is wrapped around pillars on the deck, gazing down at the beach a few feet away, while inside... Read More

Wonderful Melbourne – Indian Link

by on January 16, 2022 0
Reading time: 5 minutes Melbourne has an energy that you will feel just by being there. From an ever-changing skyline to great restaurants, a bustling bustling bar scene, street art and vibrant cultural districts, Melbourne is an exciting destination that’s easy to explore on foot or by tram. Here is a guide to what... Read More

Sydney’s Nomad lands in Melbourne on November 15

by on January 13, 2022 0
Hotels haven’t traditionally been synonymous with places to eat in Melbourne, but that could change. Windsor Hotel Group’s Sunda and Aru restaurants have revolutionized contemporary Southeast Asian fine dining, and high-end dessert house Om Nom calls Adelphi home. Joining Om Nom in the ground floor space once occupied by Ezard is Sydney Nomad’s first... Read More

Best Gluten Free Restaurants Melbourne 2022

by on January 12, 2022 0
For those with dietary restrictions, this is truly a golden age of dining as the prevalence of menu options and designated locations that can accommodate everything from allergies to intolerances. The gluten-free trend is a serious issue for many people and finding quality dining options can be a tricky feat; luckily for those involved,... Read More

Fairy visit, and much more

by on January 11, 2022 0
Fun in the Sun: A visit to the beach is always fun to include on a family day trip. Photo by asfg Isn’t it a perfect summer for day trips? Everything is possible. It’s neither too hot nor too cold and there has been enough rain to keep everything looking lush, green and inviting.... Read More

AFLW Season 6 Begins

by on January 7, 2022 0
The AFL has communicated a revised set of protocols to AFLW clubs for all players and essential staff ahead of the first round of the NAB AFL 2022 women’s season which begins tonight. The revised protocols put precautionary measures in place and are designed to minimize risk to clubs, players, officials and the community... Read More

Christian McBride delivers a rhythm push in Live at the Village Vanguard

by on January 6, 2022 0
American bassist and bandleader Christian McBride, now 49, zigzags between brilliant acoustic modern jazz and powerful underground funk. He first recorded in 1990 with the late trumpeter and Miles Davis assistant Wallace Roney, and now his nearly 300 album credits range from Grammy-winning albums with jazz greats to sessions with Paul McCartney, Queen Latifah... Read More

The Golden Fleece Hotel | South Melbourne

by on January 6, 2022 0
The newly minted Golden Fleece Hotel brings you a piece of Santorini this summer; offering Melburnians the perfect hot-weather escape. Local restaurateurs Isaac Constantine and Zachery Riggs, responsible for South Yarra’s favorite Two Wrongs, have taken over the reins of the 150-year-old pub to create a brand new Greek-inspired oasis. Located a short walk... Read More

NEWSPORT DAILY – Developer Gurner is not abandoning presence in Port Douglas

by on January 6, 2022 0
This created the opportunity for a proposal with an increased building height that is still able to fit appropriately into the wider landscape and maintain the visual characteristics of the area. The proposed development is “assessable development” as defined in Article 44 of the Land Use Planning Act 2016 and therefore requires assessment against... Read More

Covid cases rise in Victoria, NSW and Tasmania as AS clinic sends erroneous test results, Qld tightens mask rules

by on January 1, 2022 0
The AAP reports that the Australian Minister of Commerce, Dan Tehan, hailed the entry into force of a key regional partnership, saying it gives farmers and businesses access to the world’s largest free trade agreement. The regional comprehensive economic partnership agreement (RCEP) comes into effect on Saturday for Australia, New Zealand, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia,... Read More