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Manchow Soup

By at May 15, 2014 | 3:32 pm | 0 Comment

Manchow Soup

Manchow soup is a soup popular in Indian Chinese cuisine due to its ease of preparation and hot spicy taste. Ingredients Button mushrooms 2-3 Carrot,chopped 1 medium Cabbage,chopped 1/4 small Mushrooms 2-3 Green capsicum 1/2 medium Spring onionCelery 1 Oil 2 tablespoons Ginger 1/2 inch more...

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Liberals, Labor dodge vote on national ICAC: Christine Milne

By at May 15, 2014 | 3:10 pm | 0 Comment

Liberals, Labor dodge vote on national ICAC: Christine Milne

The Australian Greens say it's outrageous that other parties are shielding the federal parliament and public service from corruption investigations, by refusing to vote on the creation of a national version of ICAC.   “I am disgusted that Labor and the Abbott government have joined forces to stand in the way of a national ICAC and I think Australians will be more...

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Labor again drives the coalition to the right on sentencing

By at May 15, 2014 | 2:57 pm | 0 Comment

Labor again drives the coalition to the right on sentencing

John Robertson's opposition has again forced the NSW Government into an unprincipled law and order auction, with a bill passed that will see family impact statements considered in sentencing. This will see criminal sentencing hearings judging the worth of the victim alongside the culpability of the victim.   The former Attorney General, who was responsible for more...

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Women Rights protected: NSW passes tough new laws on female genital mutilation

By at May 14, 2014 | 4:29 pm | 0 Comment

Women Rights protected: NSW passes tough new laws on female genital mutilation

Amendments to the Crimes Act 1900 last night passed the NSW Parliament, ushering in tough new penalties for committing the crime of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and paving the way for an awareness campaign in communities where the practice may occur.   The maximum sentence for performing FGM has now been tripled to 21 years, from seven years more...

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NSW Nurses praised on International Nurses Day

By at May 13, 2014 | 2:49 pm | 0 Comment

NSW Nurses praised on International Nurses Day

On International Nurses Day, Health Minister Jillian Skinner has hailed the State’s nurses for their commitment, compassion and professionalism.   International Nurses Day is a chance for us to reflect on the care and support nurses give to more than 1.5 million patients in NSW public hospitals, at home and in the community. The event is celebrated globally on more...

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Punjabi Council celebrated Vaisakhi at NSW Parliament

By at May 12, 2014 | 3:21 pm | 0 Comment

Punjabi Council celebrated Vaisakhi at NSW Parliament

Punjabi Council of Australia celebrated Vaisakhi at NSW Parliament on May8, 2014. This was the 9th celebration in a row and Punjabi Council thanked  NSW Parliament and Parliamentary host Nathan Reese MP and ex- Premier for his help in organising the event.   Vaisakhi is an important day in Sikh calendar being Birthday of Sikh Community dating back to 1699. more...

Community , India ,

ATF celebrated 2nd edition of ‘Australian Telangana Premiere Leage’-2014

By at May 12, 2014 | 2:50 pm | 0 Comment

ATF celebrated 2nd edition of ‘Australian Telangana Premiere Leage’-2014

ATF celebrated Cricket Tournament 2nd Edition of “Australian Telangana Premier League 2014” with great success. Telugu communities originated in and around from Hyderabad participated in this event and the organisation was also successful in involving youth in large numbers in this outstanding event.   Last year, ATF created “M L Jayasimha Australian more...

Community , India ,

Protecting oceans from micro-plastic pollution

By at May 9, 2014 | 2:31 pm | 0 Comment

Protecting oceans from micro-plastic pollution

The Royal Botanic Gardens has launched an initiative to protect oceans and marine life from micro-plastic pollution. Micro-plastics are non-biodegradable plastics that measure less than 5mm, and are found in many products like shampoos, exfoliants and shower gels. When these products go down sinks they travel straight into the ocean and cannot be removed by treatment more...

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John Robertson introduces landmark bill for compulsory publication of Minister’s diaries

By at May 9, 2014 | 2:07 pm | 0 Comment

John Robertson introduces landmark bill for compulsory publication of Minister’s diaries

NSW Opposition Leader John Robertson has invited Premier Mike Baird to back landmark legislation that makes it compulsory for Ministers to publish monthly public diaries, enforces their accountability to ICAC – and imposes a comprehensive new standard of financial disclosure requirements on MPs. Unfortunately, the Liberal Government voted this morning to block debate more...

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Two Rockfishermen rescued, one missing

By at May 9, 2014 | 12:28 pm | 0 Comment

Two Rockfishermen rescued, one missing

Two men have had a lucky escape after they were washed into the sea while rockfishing at Seal Rocks on the NSW Lower North Coast. A search continues for a third person still missing. The group of five anglers was rockfishing when three of them were swept into the water. One man was rescued by a volunteer surf lifesaver from Pacific Palms Surf Life Saving Club using a more...

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