Government 'intimidating the poor to pay off debt' 

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Catholic social services organisation St Vincent de Paul Society has called on the federal government to not use Centrelink as "a weapon of deficit destruction".... read more
11. tammikuuta 2017 14:04:29 Categories: Business Insider Australia logo

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Sydney FC skipper Alex Brosque feels coach Graham Arnold may be inclined to pick a young defender for Saturday's A-League derby.... read more
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Brathwaite feels for stricken colleague 

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Sydney Thunder recruit Carlos Brathwaite has proven in the past he's the man for a big occasion and another one looms on Saturday with the BBL derby at the SCG.... read more
11. tammikuuta 2017 14:04:26 Categories: AAP logo

Resident fury over public land sell-off 

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Tens of millions of dollars worth of public land - some of it cherished parks and reserves - are being prepared for sale by the Andrews government, as its agencies move to offload assets deemed "surplus".... read more
11. tammikuuta 2017 14:04:25 Categories: The Age logo

'Honest' Centrelink ad shows how much it cares about your debt 

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The recent data-matching debacle that is Centrelink's debt recovery algorithm is likely to affect around 1.5 million Australians, demanding they repay government welfare based on dodgy links to incomplete Australian Tax Office records. ... read more
11. tammikuuta 2017 14:04:22 Categories: Gizmodo Australia logo

Is death for Dylann Roof justified? 

Melvin Graham believes that the jury's death sentence Tuesday in the murders of his sister and eight others at Emanuel AME Church is just, he said. ... read more
11. tammikuuta 2017 14:04:21 Categories: USA TODAY logo

Man charged with murder over Perth CBD death 

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The man fatally stabbed in Perth's CBD on Tuesday evening has been described by distraught friends and family as a "gentle and loving soul".... read more
11. tammikuuta 2017 14:04:19 Categories: WAtoday logo

Woman hounded for $26000 'was owed $5k' 

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The Turnbull government's bungled Centrelink debt-recovery controversy has again come under fire with a Perth woman allegedly claiming she was hounded to pay back more than $26,000 she didn't owe.... read more
11. tammikuuta 2017 14:04:17 Categories: WAtoday logo

'Cost-effective' MPs charter flights defended 

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Industry insiders say charter flights are usually more cost-effective for politicians, despite uproar around taxpayer-funded travel.... read more
11. tammikuuta 2017 14:04:15 Categories: AAP logo

Greenwich's Old Royal Naval College will allow visitors to get up close to world famous painted ceilings 

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Members of the public will be able to get a closer look at the multi-million- pound restoration of the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich after plans were unveiled for tours of its famous painted ceiling. From April visitors will be able to use a lift to reach a viewing platform where they can watch conservators cleaning up 3,400 square metres of painted surface and restoring it to its former glory after decades of decay. The plans for the tours were revealed as it was announced the project had received a £1 million donation from businessman and Royal Navy veteran Sir Donald Gosling. Another £2 million is still needed to meet the £8.5 million bill for the conservation of the 18th-century ceiling and the creation of a new visitor centre, gallery and cafe at the historic site where Navy officers trained for more than a century. Sir Donald said: "It is a jewel in the heart of the Royal borough and rivals the Sistine Chapel for splendour." Conservation director William Palin said the Painted Hall was "one of Britain's greatest architectural treasures. This project aims to raise it to the prominence it deserves." Tour tickets go on sale next month. All income will go to the project fund. Visit for the latest news and reviews from London's arts scene. Follow Going Out on Facebook and on Twitter @ESgoingout... read more
11. tammikuuta 2017 14:04:14 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Fay Maschler reviews Jamavar: Fantasy food is spiced with formality 

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This week Bloomberg Briefs quotes a "celebrated Indian chef" saying Indian food in London is better than anything available in Mumbai and New Delhi. I am not only wondering if this Indian chef happens to be working in London but also why he picks out only two cities in that vast subcontinent. Not so long ago I ate a terrific meal at The Leela Palace Hotel in Chennai (formerly Madras) in its restaurant, Jamavar. It is the Leela group that has opened Jamavar in Mayfair on the site of short-lived Le Chabanais, where it was backing French chef Inaki Aizpitarte from the Paris restaurant Le Chateaubriand. Presumably it held on to the lease while 8 Mount Street afterwards came and went more or less unremarked in its eight-month life. Elegant décor, taking reference it says on the website from the Viceroy's House of New Delhi, cannot be too much of a visual culture shock for executive chef Rohit Ghai, who has come hotfoot from JKS restaurants where the décor of their flagship establishment Gymkhana invokes the clubs of the British Raj. Chefs must move, I suppose, managers too. I remember the likeable guy in charge at Jamavar from Gymkhana and also Trishna in the same group. My first meal is lunch. Agnes, who arrives before me (she always does), has cannily enquired whether there is a set-price lunch menu. Huzzah, there is - it wasn't proffered. Three savoury courses each for £25 means we can beat Mayfair at its own game. The set-price game menu on the same page at £60 for five courses seems misconceived: a meal built around venison, grouse (out-of-season), guinea fowl and then mallard would seem over the top even for the killer of Cecil the Lion. Sternly seductive: malai stone bass tikka (Matt Writtle) But we are almost deliriously happy with our small plates, which is where chef Ghai struts his stuff most ingeniously and impressively, and a bottle of 2014 Kung Fu Girl Riesling from Washington State made by rock star vintner Charles Smith at a not too ball-busting £36 (about 300 per cent mark-up). Poppadums and chutneys, which you would suppose are included, turn up on the bill at £3.50 extra but they are distinctive exemplars, particularly the red-pepper piqued poppadom cone and wands of dried plantain like subtle stained glass, the residual sweetness tussling with the bite of the tomato and coriander chutneys. Pan-seared achari pork refers to the meat being prepared with pickling spices resulting in a soft, almost pâté-like consistency which gets pointed up with spicy fried quail's egg, fabulous whole-clove garlic condiment and a nigella-seed studded crisp puff. "Fantasy Indian breakfast," breathes Agnes. Chilli pepper squid tossed with spring onions and stippled with Tellicherry pepper from the Malabar Coast is ethereally light. Read more Five trendy Indian restaurants loved by ex-pats We move on with glee, sharing and sharing alike, to malai stone bass served with an avocado chutney flavoured with mace and green cardamom. I have noticed that stone bass, aka Atlantic wrecker fish, has been busy nudging prissy sea bass off menus recently. Here embraced by cream - malai translates as milk fat - in the preparation, it is sternly seductive and avocado as the basis for chutney is India's emergent guacamole. Softness is a much-prized virtue in a seekh kebab as in reshmi (silken) kebab and that righteousness is found in the lamb cylinder served here alongside a chaat of sprouted grains that tip their little hats towards healthiness. We feel that we can hear the haunting notes of Heinz tomato soup in Old Delhi butter chicken but maybe that is as it should be. The bird itself is corn-fed, chargrilled and comes from Suffolk. Highlights of two dinners tried include crispy guinea fowl malligai, which I think is a kind of jasmine - but whatever it is it performs wonders with what is often a dispiriting bird, rendering the pieces witty, sexy and unputdownable; ghar ki bhindi, a home-style dish of okra insisted on by our charming waiter; long and slow-cooked Jamavar dal based on black lentils; and dum nalli biryani based on lamb, this one from Hampshire. Dishes that disappoint - such as lobster nerulli cooked with coconut milk and pearl onions that obfuscate any briny sweetness and dreary Old Monk pheasant served with a raw mango preserve - are also the more expensive, which is quite convenient, when you think about it. Items on the lunch menu make an appearance in the evening so be guided, if you like, by that. I don't agree with the "celebrated Indian chef". I still often think about a dinner I had at restaurant Adaa at the Taj-run Falaknuma Palace. Sitting on the terrace overlooking the city of Hyderabad was a factor, of course, but kid biryani matched it. What London is currently successfully exhibiting is the fun and finesse at small places such as Kricket (now in Denman Street), Gunpowder in Spitalfields, Hoppers, Talli Joe and Dum Biryani House. For hotel-style formality - and bills - though, Jamavar is definitely a strong worldwide contender. 8 Mount Street, W1 (020 7499 1800, Mon-Sat, noon-2.30pm & 5.30-10.30pm. Set-price lunch/early bird menu £20/£25/£30 for two, three or four courses. Tasting menus £55-£60. A la carte, a meal for two with wine, about £180 including 12.5 per cent service. @Fay_Maschler Visit for the latest news and reviews from London's food scene. Follow Going Out on Facebook and on Twitter @ESgoingout... read more
11. tammikuuta 2017 14:04:12 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Jon Wilkin: Award winner Adam fits bill 

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Super Saint, back with his weekly column... read more
11. tammikuuta 2017 14:04:11 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

These are the waiters and waitresses who will bring food to your table in Kirkby McDonald's 

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Step-by-step guide about how you can get table service in the town's 24-hour restaurant... read more
11. tammikuuta 2017 14:04:09 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

ECHO readers furious over calls to ban Coca-Cola Christmas truck 

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Leading public health expert had accused firm of "hijacking Christmas"... read more
11. tammikuuta 2017 14:04:07 Categories: Liverpool Echo logo

Manchester's art attaché Maria Balshaw set to be named Tate director 

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Maria was recently awarded the CBE and would be the first female director of the Tate.... read more
11. tammikuuta 2017 14:04:06 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Mum jailed for repeatedly having sex with teenage boy who 'tried it on' with her 

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The boy, who was aged under 16 at the time, wanted to experiment sexually and sent the message: "would you like to have sex?"... read more
11. tammikuuta 2017 14:04:04 Categories: Manchester Evening News logo

Woman dragged 60ft by train 

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A train driver accused of dragging a woman along the platform when her hand was stuck in one of the carriage doors has appeared in court. ... read more
11. tammikuuta 2017 14:04:02 Categories: Evening Standard logo

Tesla hires veteran Apple developer to lead Autopilot self-driving tech team 

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Chris Lattner - responsible for the Swift programming language - joins electric car company Tesla after more than a decade at Apple.... read more
11. tammikuuta 2017 14:04:01 Categories: Auto Express logo

Asda worker stole almost £500,000 - just by fiddling the tills 

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Wendy Clements was jailed for three years and four months after she stole almost £460,000 from her employer - and blew the lot on holidays and meals out... read more
11. tammikuuta 2017 14:03:59 Categories: Mirror logo

Perrie Edwards confirms new romance with cute pic 

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Perrie Edwards appeared to confirm the relationship with a sweet social media post... read more
11. tammikuuta 2017 14:03:57 Categories: Hello! logo
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