Writers of yore strengthen the Bengali-Australia bond

And you are invited to submit short stories Indranil Halder Sydney, Australia, September 17, 2020 Bengalis of India have had contact with Australia for more than 220 years. In 1797, due to shipwreck at Ninety Mile Beach in Victoria, five British and 12 Bengali seamen swam ashore. Bengalis made history by stepping foot in the Australian soil to begin a…

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Phone facility for eligible voters in isolation facilities

Supplied Content Wellington, September 17, 2020 Up to 5000 people in managed isolation or quarantine will be able to vote by telephone in the general election and referendums following a recent amendment to electoral regulations. Chief Electoral Officer Alicia Wright said that the Electoral Commission sought the amendment after concluding dictation voting was the simplest way to collect votes from…

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Study to identify successful entrepreneurial pattern under Covid

An invitation to you for participation Supplied Content Auckland, September 17, 2020 A Doctoral Research Study in New Zealand seeks to identify currently successful entrepreneurial leadership patterns to better prepare our future leaders, using the Covid-19 crisis as a testing ground. Are you a business owner/entrepreneurial leader in New Zealand that has led your business through the Covid-19 crisis successfully…

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Primary School teacher a New Conservative Candidate

Staff Reporter Auckland, September 17, 2020 New Conservative Party has announced Primary School Teacher Helen Houghton as its candidate in the ensuing general election. Founding Director Women’s Open Home Charitable Trust, an NGO Charitable Organisation supporting women and families, she is Education Spokesperson of the Party and has been working to support vulnerable children using trauma-based therapy in her roles…

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