America and Guns: The Culture Runs Deep

by on May 27, 2022 0

Horse SanctuaryIt looks like Racing Victoria has pots of cash to splash on land three times the size of Flemington Racecourse for its ″⁣Project X″⁣ development (″⁣Racing plans new hub with land purchase″⁣, 27/5). To enhance its horse welfare image, a better use of the land would be a horse sanctuary – called ″⁣Project...

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The Hellenic link with the Anzac commemorated in the Parliament of Victoria

by on May 26, 2022 0

A delegation from the Hellenic Armed Forces, together with representatives of the regional government of Crete, were recently welcomed to the Parliament of Victoria by the President and Speaker of Parliament. The meeting took place as part of the recent visit of representatives to Australia, as part of various commemorative events organized in recognition...

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North Melbourne captain Jack Ziebell backs coach David Noble; St Kilda’s Jack Higgins concussion return stalled

by on May 24, 2022 0

The Dockers said the case involving Riewoldt in 2019, where he was fined $1,500 on the lowest misconduct charge for his tackle on Bayley Fritsch, was most relevant to Switkowski. Selwood was offered a one-match ban for his dangerous tackle on North Melbourne’s Sam Wright in 2015, while Judd was banned for four matches...

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Major works start on $53m St Kilda Pier project

by on May 24, 2022 0

Major work has begun on the Victorian Government’s $53 million St Kilda Pier redevelopment project, one of Melbourne’s biggest pier improvements. Victorian Ports and Freight Minister Melissa Horne said work on the barges and excavators will begin soon, including the installation of the first of more than 220 steel piles. “St Kilda Pier is...

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BSEC allows investors to get 100pc margin loans against deposits

by on May 22, 2022 0

A file photo shows the headquarters of the Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission in the capital Dhaka. Bangladesh’s Securities and Exchange Commission on Sunday allowed brokerage houses and merchant banks to increase margin lending facilities to their clients to 100% of clients’ deposit for any listed company. — New Age Photo Bangladesh’s Securities and...

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Melbourne restaurateur receives no applications despite offering $13,000 to backpackers

by on May 16, 2022 0

Melbourne’s reputation as the “world’s most locked-down city” during the COVID-19 pandemic is coming back to bite, with backpackers refusing to move to the formerly popular destination. The snub by overseas workers is contributing to serious staff shortages at hospitality venues across the city, with waiters, chefs and bartenders in hot demand. Watch the...

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Philippe Starck Hotel Approved for South Melbourne

by on May 16, 2022 0

South Melbourne will soon be the first Australian location for lifestyle-focused hotel brand Nu By YOO from world-renowned designer Philippe Starck, after recently receiving planning approval. Jerry Xu’s hotel management company, La Vie Hotels and Resorts, secured the rights to bring the hotel brand to the Pacific. The 88-key hotel will be located at...

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Audrey Sorrento Review 2022

by on May 12, 2022 0

Address 1 Ocean Beach Road Sorrento, CIV 3943 See the map Opening hours Lunch Wed-Sun; dinner thu-sat Features Accepts reservations, Tasting, License Payments eftpos, Visa, Mastercard One of my fondest childhood memories is of a meal at the Ozone Hotel in Queenscliff. It was during a rare family vacation, and my mother insisted that...

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Mirvac charges on the Melbourne block by the lake

by on May 12, 2022 0

The Queens Road site (marked) has been offered a permit ready for a 15 storey residential complex. One of two undeveloped sites on Queens Road – dubbed by agents the street’s ‘missing teeth’ – has been sold for C$30million to Mirvac, which is planning luxury apartments. The proposed building will contain 110 dwellings. The...

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Editorial and social media internship

by on May 12, 2022 0

Do you live, love and breathe everything related to food, drink, events, art and culture? Are you a creative writer who understands the value of having an online presence, lives for all things restaurants, bars, venues and events, and most importantly has a personality that shines through your writing ? Do you know the...

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Sofitel Adelaide leads $1 billion hotel listings

by on May 11, 2022 0

Savills’ Nick Lower and Rob Williamson alongside CBRE Hotels’ Michael Simpson and Tom Gibson are handling the sales campaign. Mr Lower said Sofitel was already outperforming and providing an additional operational advantage, with no competing stock being developed in the CBD in the near term. “Seeing that South Australia continues to improve as a...

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Second fiery leaders’ debate, Russia hit Ukrainian school and Melbourne continue AFL winning streak

by on May 8, 2022 0

Hello. It’s Monday, May 9, and here’s a roundup of the latest news. Leaders face off in second debate Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese faced off in their second campaign leaders’ debate, hosted on the Nine Network. Mr Albanese promised to fix the aged care sector, provide cheaper childcare and...

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In the planning: more HMOs in the Old Town and apartments in the city center among the applications this week

by on May 7, 2022 0

Downtown: Two additional floors could be built on top of an existing three-storey office building in Commercial Street to provide accommodation. But the Swindon Borough Council’s Highways Department and South Swindon Parish Council are not supportive. Developer S Bhatia, from Feltham in Middlesex, has lodged a proposal with council to build seven apartments over...

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French-Mexican chef gives new direction to Lume restaurant in South Melbourne

by on May 6, 2022 0

Experimental fine-dining restaurant Lume has named its third executive chef since the departure of co-founder and chef Shaun Quade in 2018. Diego Huerta Chabert, a 25-year-old of Mexican and French descent and a Michelin-starred pedigree, graduated from senior under leader to replace Elijah Holland. Holland left three months ago to lead the next Loti...

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Victoria’s debt will hit $162 billion by 2025; Tim Pallas Awards Region Victoria, Health Sector; $250 rebate on floating energy bill

by on May 3, 2022 0

John Attard is currently unemployed and living on his savings. The 48-year-old man from St Kilda has decided against getting a COVID-19 vaccination due to his pagan spiritual beliefs. John Attard was “doubtful” that government attempts to get the unemployed back into work would work.Credit:Chris Hopkins He was made redundant from two jobs, one...

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artist with no desire to follow the rules

by on May 3, 2022 0

Vassilieff brought his pupil into contact with artists such as Albert Tucker, Joy Hester, Sidney Nolan and others associated with patrons John and Sunday Reed. Young Whisson was a marginal member of the Heide Park circle while still learning his craft. He recalled that none of the Expressionists or Social Realists were taken seriously...

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IHG opens Voco Melbourne Central

by on May 1, 2022 0

IHG Hotels and Resorts has opened the third property under its growing Voco brand in Australia. The 252-room Voco Melbourne Central is located in the city’s 380 Melbourne Tower on Lonsdale Street, and is also the first newly built Voco hotel in the country. Features include the Blacksmith Brasserie and Bar with an open...

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Todd Murphy to start Australia A Squad

by on April 29, 2022 0

Victorian spinner Todd Murphy has been selected in Australia’s A team for a tour of Sri Lanka in June after just two Sheffield Shield appearances. The Sri Lankan tour marks the first Australian A-team to travel overseas since the start of COVID-19. Team A will play two one-day matches and two four-day matches. Murphy’s...

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Principal Directorates – RBI (Regulatory Framework for Microfinance Lending) Directorates, 2022

by on April 28, 2022 0

On March 14, 2022, the Reserve Bank of India (“RBI”) issued the primary guidance on the “Reserve Bank of India Guidelines (Regulatory Framework for Microfinance Lending), 2022” (“Guidelines”). The provisions of these Instructions apply to the following entities: (i) All commercial banks (including small financial banks, local banks and regional rural banks) excluding payment...

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All of Melbourne’s new restaurant, cafe and bar openings have us excited in April 2022

by on April 28, 2022 0

• First Look: The wildly popular Enter Via Laundry supper club transforms into an intimate 20-seat restaurant. The original pop-up at chef Helly Raichura’s house could only seat a handful of diners. Now, after racking up thousands of waiting lists, Raichura serves up 20-course Bengali banquets made with native Australian produce at his first...

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Key Tigers back, Petty sidelined for Dees | Flinders News

by on April 28, 2022 0

Richmond reunited with Dylan Grimes and Kane Lambert for their West Coast clash, while Melbourne’s Harrison Petty joined three teammates and coach Simon Goodwin in COVID-19 isolation. Co-captain Grimes returns from a hamstring injury for Friday’s match at Perth while Lambert, utility Sydney Stack and youngster Maurice Rioli will play their first games of...

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Key Tigers back, Petty sidelined for Dees | Busselton-Dunsborough Courier

by on April 28, 2022 0

Richmond reunited with Dylan Grimes and Kane Lambert for their West Coast clash, while Melbourne’s Harrison Petty joined three teammates and coach Simon Goodwin in COVID-19 isolation. Co-captain Grimes returns from a hamstring injury for Friday’s match at Perth while Lambert, utility Sydney Stack and youngster Maurice Rioli will play their first games of...

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Korr Jee Chicken, the St Kilda Review

by on April 27, 2022 0

The humble roast chicken has many fans across the country, but if you consider yourself a die-hard chicken fan, you’ll feel like a winner (winner) ordering your chicken dinner at this St Kilda restaurant. Chicken Korr Jee is a casual dining business of Will Tang (Vue de Monde, Bar Lourinha), a chef who once...

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Homeless calls ring out, aid services need more staff

by on April 27, 2022 0

Eleven support workers – who help with issues with Centrelink, landlords, finding new accommodation or other services – have been temporarily funded by the Victorian Government during the pandemic. The council estimates that keeping them permanently – and doubling the investment to 22 workers – could help another 40,500 people at risk of homelessness...

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Working from home drives down hotel revenue

by on April 26, 2022 0

Work from home has affected more than the office sector, with a distinct correlation between its rise and the decline in CBD hotel results. speaking to The urban developer vSummit Hotel DevelopmentSTR Pacific Region Manager Matthew Burke said there was a definite correlation between STR’s hotel occupancy data and the Property Council of Australia’s...

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A la carte restaurant Lentil as Anything may have been illegally marketed

by on April 21, 2022 0

Lentil as Anything’s Abbotsford. Source: Lens like anything. Pay-per-view restaurant chain Lentil as Anything – a Sydney and Melbourne foodie destination for vegetarians – may have broken the law by trading for three years when it was “likely” insolvent, administrators say. The social enterprise was founded 21 years ago by Shanaka Fernando, a Sri...

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rbi: Provide loans to the real estate sector after obtaining government approvals for the project: RBI to NBFCs

by on April 19, 2022 0

Non-bank financial companies (NBFCs) will have to ensure, when approving loans to the housing sector, that borrowers have obtained government and other regulatory clearance for their projects, the Bank said on Tuesday. reserve. Further, the regulator said NBFCs should not issue loans and advances totaling Rs 5 crore and above to their own directors...

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Benyue Kitchen, a new Chinese restaurant created by Lau’s Family Kitchen Alumni, puts Aberfeldie on the culinary map

by on April 19, 2022 0

As Melbourne emerged from its final lockdown last spring, a different kind of revival was happening at an unassuming restaurant in Aberfeldie, a small suburb within a suburb in the city’s northwest. Eight months after the Cantonese institution of St Kilda Lau’s Family Kitchen closed, chef Yip Wu and three members of his kitchen...

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Amusement ride safety reminder as industry reopens

by on April 13, 2022 0

Already this year, WorkSafe has carried out 279 inspections at events – including the Grand Prix, Moomba, St Kilda Festival and the Australian Open – and issued an improvement notice for inadequate passenger door protection of a merry-go-round. WorkSafe also sent an improvement notice to a ride operator last November after patrons became stranded...

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Exile from St Kilda for offenders

by on April 12, 2022 0

Letters from the readers: St Kilda exile for offenders Schedule An icon of a desktop calendar. Cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across it. Caret A right-pointing solid arrow icon. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook An icon of Facebook’s “f” mark. Google An icon of Google’s “G”...

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Order oysters, prawns, whole fish, lobsters and sashimi right to your door with these nine seafood delivery services

by on April 12, 2022 0

Seafood delivery services have boomed in recent years, largely due to shutdowns in major cities. No longer content with the freshness of what is on the supermarket shelves, customers have started buying oysters, lobsters and prawns directly from aquaculturists and fishmongers. In addition to whole fish and fillets for Friday night dinner, these companies...

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Prince Hotel encourages guests to ‘steal’ luxury items from its rooms – including bathrobes, towels and wine

by on April 12, 2022 0

Hotels go above and beyond to make guests feel at home – offering little perks like free toiletries, slippers, bathrobes, and fluffy towels. But while there’s a clearly drawn line between what you can and can’t take home, staff at the four-star Prince Hotel in St Kilda, Melbourne, turn a blind eye to ‘stealing’...

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Big changes in city life in Melbourne’s CBD

by on April 7, 2022 0

Melbourne may have been on hold for two years, but with the easing of pandemic restrictions, the city is getting back on track. Large residential developments are complemented by arts district improvements and multiple green space initiatives that will propel Melbourne’s famous livability benchmarks. These are the iconic attractions and upcoming developments in each...

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Dunedin’s playgrounds for a new breath of life

by on April 7, 2022 0

An upgrade of Dunedin’s playgrounds has begun. Bathgate Park, College St and Karitane playgrounds will be closed for three months for the duration of the work, but delays associated with importing equipment could push back the completion date. Bathgate Park playground in South Dunedin is getting a $385,000 overhaul and equipment there will include...

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How to plan your first trip to Australia

by on April 6, 2022 0

If you’ve never been to Australia, you’re in for a treat. Here are some of the best trips to introduce yourself to the country Iimpossible not to spend a holiday in Australia, impossible not to want to return there either, with surprises in all regions to tempt newcomers. This high-value country is so easy...

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Can borrowers refinance personal loans?

by on April 5, 2022 0

LOS ANGELES, April 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — People use personal loans to cover various expenses, such as building an emergency fund, major purchases or repairs. If a borrower currently has a personal loan, they may be wondering if they can refinance a loan with a lower interest rate or more manageable monthly payments....

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Triple promotion at Techne | Architecture & Design

by on April 5, 2022 0

Technē Architecture + Interior Design contributed to the sustained growth of its operations with the promotion of three employees to management positions. The design studio has promoted Sebnem MacDonald (pictured left) to associate, while Gabriella Gulacsi (pictured center) and Sam Sempill (pictured right) both move up to associate director. The evolution of Technē’s management...

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Allan Powell Valley | ArchitectureAU

by on April 5, 2022 0

Mainly interested in states of mind in which his creations could immerse people, Allan Powell followed a unique path in architecture. He was delighted when he learned that visiting European architects, who sat in St Kilda’s Di Stasio restaurant (1988) shortly after it opened, took an hour to realize that the alluring interior had...

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AFL 2022: Damien Hardwick blasts Dan Andrews, Richmond vs St Kilda result

by on April 3, 2022 0

AFL coach Damien Hardwick put pressure on Victorian Premier Dan Andrews with an out of the blue attack. Desperate Richmond coach Damien Hardwick has pressured Dan Andrews to scrap close contact restrictions. On Sunday, the PM’s award-winning mentor took aim at the Australian Health Protection Senior Committee’s recommendation not to relax isolation rules for...

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FCDU loans down 5.6% – Manila Bulletin

by on April 1, 2022 0

Banks’ outstanding foreign currency depository unit (FCDU) loans decreased by 5.6% or $938 million to $15.7 billion in 2021 from $16.7 billion in 2020. US Dollar Reuters/File Photo (Manila Bulletin) The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said that on a quarterly basis, FCDU loans decreased by 0.7% or $115 million from $15.8 billion at...

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Inside Neometro-style lofts on Brunswick’s Nine Wilson Avenue

by on March 30, 2022 0

Designed by longtime Neometro collaborators MAArchitects and local landscapers Mud Office, Nine Wilson Ave features two- and three-bedroom apartments, as well as Neometro’s signature lofts, which are styled one-bedroom and an early concept of Neometro, which dates back to 1998 when they designed and developed Luxe on St Kilda’s Inkerman Street. With space, flexibility,...

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Shane Warne’s booth unveiled as family and friends pay their respects at CWM memorial service

by on March 30, 2022 0

Shane Warne’s father, brother and three children all delivered touching eulogies at his State Memorial Service at the Melbourne Cricket Ground Video loading Video unavailable The video will start automatically soon8to cancel play now Shane Warne’s family bid farewell to private funeral Shane Warne received an emotional and touching welcome from family, friends and...

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Conflict of Interest – State Senator – Deferred Deposit Transaction Loans – Rhode Island Lawyers Weekly

by on March 25, 2022 0

Ethics Commission By: RI Lawyers Weekly Staff March 25, 2022 When a state senator is employed as general counsel for a nonprofit entity that provides financial lending services, the Code of Ethics does not prohibit her from co-sponsoring legislation that would repeal an existing law authorizing deposit loans. deferred. “The petitioner, a legislator serving...

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‘The seats aren’t comfortable, but you’ve got a beer’: Readers’ favorite tram rides | City breaks

by on March 24, 2022 0

Winning trip: A small drink in a tram pub, Helsinki Helsinki has a small and convenient tram system, with the exception of the beautiful SpåraKoff “pub” tram: a bright red single carriage that circles the city, serving mostly beer and “long drinks” (gin and grapefruit soda; please try the long drink) to passengers. It...

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