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Art of the Day: John Fraser

John Fraser
Conference of the Birds II (Homage to D.H.)              , 2015
Edition 1/25
Epson Ultra Chrome K3 Ink set on Ilforld Gold Prestige Galerie Fibre Silk Paper… 14 more words


Repulsion (1965, Roman Polanski)

At around the seventy minute mark, Repulsion finally gives Catherine Deneuve some personality. Sure, she’s gone completely insane at this point, but she sings a little lullaby to herself. 293 more words


Narcissa review

From the quiet – yet determined success at his Upper West Side boutique bistro Dovetail, Michelin star chef John Fraser has solidly joined the farm-to-table sprint with his new-ish East village sensation… 500 more words

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Reevely: Ottawa's MacLeod and Fraser go at each other in the legislature

Amid a generally cheerful debate at Queen’s Park Tuesday on a bill expanding the range of government-sponsored farm insurance, Nepean-Carleton Progressive Conservative Lisa MacLeod and Ottawa South Liberal John Fraser spoiled the cordiality. 811 more words

Local News

New Australian Treasury Secretary slams govt over-spending

New Australian Treasury Secretary John Fraser has slammed the impact of tax cuts and middle class welfare on government revenue and said Australia did not have a debt crisis but did need to cut spending and reduce government debt to prevent future problems. 151 more words

NZ Politics

New Treasury boss says AAA rating safe, not worried about house prices

The new Treasury boss is confident Australia can retain its triple-A credit rating even as he worries about the level of government debt.

John Fraser, making his first appearance before a Senate estimates hearing in the key Treasury role, remembers what happened in past decades when interest rates shot up and the massive servicing of government debt swallowed up money that could have been spent better elsewhere. 175 more words


Reevely: Like Uber, but for smacking governments about the head

Politicians are so bad at dealing with upstart companies such as Uber and AirBNB that they’re putting the credibility of government at risk, warns a think-tank the provincial government pays to tell it how to think about important problems. 704 more words