No guarantee Hayne’s Report will discipline Australian banks

No guarantee Hayne’s Report will discipline Australian banks

Andrew Linden and Warren Staples Melbourne, Australia, February 10, 2019 Every 10 to 15 years, it is the same. Ever since the financial deregulation in the 1980s, we have had a finance industry scandal followed by an inquiry, a quick fix, and a declaration that it shouldn’t happen again. Scandal after Scandal In the early 1990s, there were Royal Commissions into…

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Ethnic Poetry explodes in the Kitchen with spice

Ethnic Poetry explodes in the Kitchen with spice

“Go Home Curry Muncha” opens on February 19 Writers/Directors: Gemishka Chetty and Aiwa Pooamorn Suppled (Edited) Content Auckland, February 10, 2019 When two angry Asian poets get together to cook, no one can predict what comes next. It could well be a thunderstorm; loud noise of coconuts being smashed and demonic Kali incantations. With the ever popular ‘Turmeric latte’ on…

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It is still a Man’s game but Indian women are scoring

It is still a Man’s game but Indian women are scoring

Bridget Tunnicliffe RNZ, Auckland, February 9, 2019 A wildly popular men’s team, population 1 billion-plus, and an almost fanatical passion for cricket – in theory the perfect environment for the women’s game to flourish in India. But it has only been in recent years that the Indian women’s team has started to reach its potential.  Distinguished Player Mithali Raj is…

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Get to see ‘Meera’ and her love for Lord Krishna

Get to see ‘Meera’ and her love for Lord Krishna

Colour, Costumes and cultural rhapsody May 31-June 2 Venkat Raman Auckland, February 9, 2019 A never-before-attempted story of ‘Meera’ and her impeccable love for Lord Krishna will be theme of a quality production that will be staged from May 31, 2019 to June 2, 2019 at ASB Waterfront Theatre in Auckland’s Wynyard Quarter. What better way for theatre enthusiasts and…

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Get to see ‘Meera’ and her love for Lord Krishna

Get to see ‘Meera’ and her love for Lord Krishna

Colour, Costumes and cultural rhapsody May 31-June 2 Venkat Raman Auckland, February 9, 2019 A never-before-attempted story of ‘Meera’ and her impeccable love for Lord Krishna will be theme of a quality production that will be staged from May 31, 2019 to June 2, 2019 at ASB Waterfront Theatre in Auckland’s Wynyard Quarter. What better way for theatre enthusiasts and…

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