I see they have started making “Gove – the sequel”. It often happens. A character has such impact that the producers cannot resist reviving him. Often the villain or monster, he wreaks such devastation in the original, that repetition of the storyline in a whole new setting is, apparently, irresistible. 1,065 more words
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Two other insolvency law appeals have just been heard.
Today, a Full Federal Court bench of their Honours Jessup, Robertson and White JJ heard ASIC’s appeal from the decision in 236 more words
Online Admission session 2014 at secondary and senior secondary levels is conducted by National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS). It provides the freedom to learn and also quality education that is, no restriction of time, place and pace of learning. 149 more words
Yesterday her Honour Ferguson J handed down an interesting decision, which serves as a useful reminder about public examinations of directors for potential insolvent trading claims – including de facto and shadow directors – and the consequences of those individuals failing properly to maintain their privilege against self-incrimination for criminal or penalty proceedings. 1,383 more words
“At one point in your life you either have the thing you want or the reasons why you don’t.” Andy Roddick
GCSE results day and what a tumultuous time this is for many of our young students throughout the country.563 more words