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FOUND in the quiet and serene surrounds of South Perth, the Shish Mahal restaurant offers authentic Indian cuisine.   resized_shishmahal_300_300_FitSquare

Its fusion of traditional cooking and contemporary dishes makes the venue an ideal choice for any occasion.

Those who prefer dining without the spice can consult  spice indicators on the menu.

The entrée menu comprises a range of traditional dishes including Fish Amritsari, delectable boneless fish pieces dipped in chickpea batter.

Vegetarians will enjoy the  vegetarian options including Paneer Makhanti, which consists of succulent cubes of homemade cottage cheese coupled with Makhani sauce.

Meat lovers will be tantalised by the Lamb Madras – a tender lamb dish with a hot and sour sauce, teamed with curry leaves, mustard seeds and coconut milk.

The rich flavours of India are reflected in the Shish Mahal’s Chicken Korma dish, which features tender pieces of chicken in a succulent almond and cashew sauce.

Desserts are also a feature on the menu, with its Gulab Jamun dish, a selection of sweet dumplings with ice-cream.

Address: Shop 8, Meadowvale Shopping Centre, 298 Mill Point Rd, South Perth

Phone: 9367 3809

Open: daily for dinner

Liquor: BYO

Source  :  www.inmycommunity.com.au

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JobSearch is Australia’s largest free online jobs website.

 It is funded and operated by the Australian Government as a free service to assist job seekers into employment and connect employers with quality staff.

Job Services Australia providers and public employers upload their job vacancies to JobSearch and search for potentially suitable staff.

Job seekers can search for jobs via the map on the homepage by choosing their state, local area and occupation category. The advanced search function includes more detail in searching criteria.

Everyone is welcome to use JobSearch to search for vacancies. It’s free to register and take advantage of the complete range of services.

Vacancies displayed on JobSearch come from many different sources, including:                                                                   

  • public employers
  • Job Services Australia providers
  • newspapers
  • the Australian Public Service
  • the Australian Defence Force
  • the Harvest Trail.

For job seekers

JobSearch has a range of features to help you search for a job, including:

  • free registration for all Australians seeking work
  • jobs across all industries and regions of Australia
  • your own personal page, where you can create a job match profile, upload your resume and use our instant job list to find jobs based on your skills and experience
  • links to employment assistance and information for all job seekers.

For employers

JobSearch has a number of features to help you find the right person for your job, including:

  • the ability to search for staff based on criteria in your advertisement using our find staff feature
  • high visibility of your jobs – with around 1 million people visiting JobSearch each month
  • a secure personal page to manage your advertised jobs or view past jobs
  • phone help from the Employer Hotline 13 17 15 to advertise new jobs or check the status of your existing jobs.
  • http://jobsearch.gov.au

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The Government has released its scaled-down idea of what it wants the Perth waterfront to look like – but it’s after the same effect as at some of Australia’s best-known sites.

Premier Colin Barnett yesterday unveiled proposals radically different from those suggested by his Labor predecessor Alan Carpenter.

 The plans include a mix of civic, commercial, residential, retail, education and cultural areas.                  perth waterfront

Premier Colin Barnett yesterday unveiled proposals radically different from those suggested by his Labor predecessor Alan Carpenter.the foreshore, similar to those in Sydney’s Darling Harbour and Circular Quay and Melbourne’s Southbank,” Mr Barnett said.

Unlike Mr Carpenter, who committed the Government to fully-funding his vision, Mr Barnett wants a mixture of public and private capital.

Mr Barnett said the new plans aimed to feature world-class architecture “without being over the top”.

“Western Australians have been shown many plans for the foreshore over many years and nothing has actually happened,” he said.

“The Government does not want to impose yet another grand vision on the WA community. This is a more modest concept that shows a ground-scale depiction of what could be developed.”

Mr Barnett said his plans provided for greater public access, while the previous government wanted to develop “monuments” that blocked off the river from the public.

“It would have been an enclave for the wealthy and businesses.”

Work on the project was expected to start within 18 months.

Source  :  www.watoday.com.au

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500_cabrio1FIAT HAS ANNOUNCED that the convertible version of its ever-so-fashionable 500 will be landing on Australian shores in the middle of next year; roughly a year after the car’s   European sales debut.

Exact specifications and pricing won’t be announced until the car’s local launch, but given the convertible packs the same mechanical hardware as its be-roofed stablemate, odds are high engine choices will be shared with the tin-top Fiat 500.

That means a 55kW 1.3 litre diesel, 51kW 1.2 litre petrol and 74kW 1.4 litre petrol should be offered, while a fuel-saving start-stop system will also feature on the 500C’s spec sheet.

But for many buyers it won’t be the engine line-up or economy rating that will be the 500C’s real drawcard. It’s all about looks, and in that department the diminutive Fiat ragtop doesn’t disappoint.

Source  :  www.themotorreport.com.au

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A team of Google engineers from Australia has unveiled a prototype replacement for standard email that abandons the reliance on the chronological sorting and stacking of messages which has been the hallmark of one of the internet’s first and still most popular applications.

Christened Google Wave, the new feature was given its first public viewing in San Francisco earlier this morning Australian time at Google’s annual developers’ conference.

“I think you will see a form of interaction that you would not have previously imagined,” Google co-found Sergey Brin told a post-launch press conference.

Wave – which began life as a project codenamed Walkabout – is a combination of email and instant messaging and document-, maps- image- and video-sharing all housed under one roof.

Much like a conference call, it also allows for conversations between more than two people to happen simultaneous.

And because it all happens inside a web browser, there is no special software to download or plug-in – which means it can be used from any computer or internet-enabled mobile phone.

“Our communication space is very fragmented today. We have a million different tools for different things with lots of different kinds of overlaps,” said Lars Rassmussen, a senior software engineer with Google Australia

“The most natural way to try and solve that problem is to take all those different tools and try to make them smaller and fit into a single package and maybe integrate them across the boundaries.”

Wave is being released so that the developers – independent software creators – can help iron out the remaining bugs and cook-up a swag of new uses for the service and the platform upon which it is based ahead of a public release later this year.

But Wave is more than just another of Google’s ubiquitous free web services. It’s also a protocol – meaning that it is going after email’s mantle as the predominant internet communications tool.

And despite the recent growth of web-based email services like Hotmail and Gmail, most of the world’s email runs through Microsoft’s Outlook client.

And to encourage organisations to catch the Wave, Google is offering it up as an open source protocol, meaning that anyone – even a competitor – can box it up and host it on their servers.

Wave is the creation of Danish brothers Lars and Jens Rasmussen, who together with Australian Noel Gordon and Stephen Ma – founded and later sold what became known as Google Maps to Google for an undisclosed sum in 2005.

Lars has worked for Google and lived in Australia since the sale and enticed Jens to leave Google’s headquarters near join him in 2007.

The pair and the Wave team – who have been given the full backing of Google co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page – have been working on the project out of Google’s offices in Sydney.

Stephen Hutcheon is attending the San Francisco conference as a guest of Google.

Source: www.watoday.com.au

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SITUATED in one of Mindarie’s best sought after locations, this lavish residence commands respect.                                           20 clarecastle mindarie

Beautifully finished both inside and out, the home makes great use of space.

Sprawled over three levels, and with 550sqm of indoor and outdoor living, entertaining has never been such a breeze.

Accompanied with ocean and marina vistas and you’ve got a house that is sure to impress.

Upon entry into the home there is a chic foyer with stunning spiral staircase. This elegance is matched by the luxurious formal lounge and dining areas with decorative feature ceilings.

There is a great sense of space throughout the home thanks to the open-plan kitchen, meals and family room.

A stylish and elegantly appointed kitchen creates a focal point in the home, and comes complete with state of the art built-in stainless steel appliances, ample storage and island bench with galaxy granite black bench tops and splash backs.

With five bedrooms and three bathrooms this luxury abode is ideal for a growing family. The master bedroom, with unsurpassed ocean views is serviced by an open-plan en-suite complete with relaxing corner spa.

After a hectic day, immerse yourself in a hot spa and feel your stress drift away.

To ensure everyone in the home takes advantage of the amazing WA sunsets, balconies can be found on every level of the home.

The home also features, a spacious games room with sleek granite service bar, airconditioning to all rooms, intercom security system and reticulation.

Well positioned, you are only a short walk to the beach.

Home Features

Bed: Five

Bath: Three

Garage: Two

Agent: Jones Ballard Property Group

Contact:Sabrina & Michael Minic 0433 299 908

www.inmycommunity.com.au

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