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Sepember 2012 vol 2

  1. 1. Wednesday 1st August, 2012 Volume 1 Issue No: 1 44 Pages Free Distribution ApnaINDIAN TIMES The Sales & Marketing (02) 96014026 News & Sports 0498124088 E-mail: apnaindiantimes@gmail.com www.apnaredfm.com.au NED IS THE NEW MAYOR FOR LIVERPOOL Born in Boston USA, 30 year old Ned was elected as Mayor of Liverpool Council for the next four years on Saturday 8 September. Just days before the election Ned became a father for the second time, with his wife Tina giving birth to their son Jacob at 3am Thursday morning. Ned and the Liberal team, made up of new Councillor’s and returning experi- enced Councillors Mazhar Hadid and Tony Hachiti. Campaigned strongly on improving community safety, and especially the placement of CCTV cameras in the Liverpool CBD, creating safety for shop- pers and business alike. The Liverpool Indian Business is awaiting the improvement in services provided by the Council and the possible removal of parking meter which has caused a drop in the business. According to the general business community especially Indian shops and restaurants in George Street and surrounding streets, there is an urgent need for the council to revisit it’s parking meter policy as the business are suffer- ing as sales are down. Radio Apna Digital news now understands that the Indian businesses are forming a lobby group called “Liverpool Indian Retailers and Manufacturers Association” which will organise events in George Street to attract a growth of business in CBD. Ned Mannoun, the Liberal candidate has been sworn as the new Mayor of Liverpool on last Thursday at the coun- cil chambers. In the picture is his two sons, Solomon, 11 months and newborn Jacob. Picture by Radio Apna News Page 2
  2. 2. Page 2 The Apna Indian Times theapnaindiantimes@gmail.com Radio Apna Digital Sydney, is Australia’s first 24/7 Digital Hindi Radio, broadcasting on a Na- tional Hindi Network. Radio Apna Digital Sydney has a wider coverage area, and Radio Apna Digital will launch the Digital network in Melbourne and Brisbane in the coming months. Located in the heart of Liverpool, Radio Apna can be heard on a DAB + Radio at your homes and in your cars. Gone are the days where listeners had to listen to Radio on the decoders and via internet. Radio Apna Digital is also available on the inter- net and via I-Phone apps and on the smart and blackberry mobile phones. Radio Apna Digital radio offers exceptional quality sound and a range of exciting features to enhance your listening experience.  Clearer sound and improved reception.  Tuning by station name, not frequency, making it easy to find Radio Apna Digital  Scrolling text on screen with artist and song information, weather and news updates and much more!  Additional features on some digital radio models include the ability to pause and rewind live radio and broadcast slideshow images. The technology allows in the future for downloadable music direct to the radio's memory and Electronic Program Guides. With digital radio all you need is a digital receiver or a device with a DAB+ chip in it and that’s it – no subscription fees, no messing about with sign- ing up or logging on, just tune in or buying a decorder radio or a poor quality narrow cast radio.. The Australian commercial radio industry launched digital broadcasting in five capital cities – Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth throughout May 2009, creating a new wave of consumer interest and excitement about this well-loved medium. In 2010 digital radio trial services switched on in Canberra and Darwin, Radio Apna Digital is Australia’s First 24/7 Digital Hindi Radio. You will need a new radio to tune into digital radio and these are available from retailers Aus- tralia-wide. Broadcasting from different bands of the fre- quency spectrum directly affects the characteris- tics of AM, FM and DAB+ transmissions. Whilst AM is characterised by longer wavelengths, ensuring it can travel further but is subject to higher degrees of interference, FM broadcasts from VHF Band II (88-108MHz), a higher fre- quency resulting in shorter wavelengths. Whilst reception is largely improved compared to AM, interference may still occur, but with Digital, you get a blue-ray sound quality. Radio Apna will provide a National Hindi service in Australia. Where is digital radio available? Digital radio was launched by all commercial and public service broadcasters in Sydney, Mel- bourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in August 2009. Low power DAB+ trial signals switched on in Canberra (July 2010) and Darwin (August 2010) Where can I buy a new DAB+ radio? More than 800 stores throughout Sydney, Mel- bourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Canberra* and Darwin* are stocking digital radios including; Harvey Norman, Dick Smith, Bing Lee, The Good Guys, Myer, David Jones, Big W, JB Hi Fi, Target, Retravision, Radio Rentals and specialist audio retailers as well as online retailers. *Low power test transmissions only What digital radio models are available? There are a large selec- tion of models includ- ing DAB+ clock radios with iPod docks, WiFi and DAB+ combina- tions, HiFi compo- nents, micro and mini systems, portable players, hand held MP3 & MP4 players with DAB+, USB's, set top boxes and digital radio for your car. Plus there are digital radios with small screens showcas- ing radio with pictures – fully illustrating the DAB+ capabilities with album covers, presenter photos and sports results. How much will a DAB+ radio cost? Like any product range, digital radio prices vary depending on the features and capabilities. Entry- level models (with scrolling text) start from around $39. There are now over 120 DAB+ radio mod- els available, check the website for more infor- mation. Who makes DAB+ d i g i ta l r a di o s ? Bush, Revo, Grundig, Directed, JVC, Kenwood, Pure, Roberts, Sangean, Teac, Yamaha, Oxx Digital, Cowan, Kaiser Baas, Lenoxx, Philips, Onkyo, Tivoli, sTone Tech, iRiver, Sony, LG, Panasonic, Kogan and Shintaro are just some of the manufacturers making DAB+ digital radios. Other electronics manufacturers are currently developing further DAB+ digital radio products. Check the website regularly for a list of digital radios available. Can I receive AM and FM on digital radio? Digital radios come in a range of different mod- els. To ensure your radio receives digital radio services in Australia it must be DAB+ enabled. Most DAB+ radios can also receive analogue FM, and some even AM. However, where coverage is available, you’ll always be able to hear your favourite AM and FM stations simulcast on DAB+ in digital radio quality sound. Is digital radio the same as internet radio? No, digital radio is broadcast free to air over the airwaves via DAB+ technology. Internet-only radio services are streamed over the telecommuni- cations networks and incur a download cost which varies depending on the internet service provider package. Radio Apna is a Free to air broadcast radio. SYDNEY’S NEW 24/7 HINDI DIGITAL RADIO: Radio APNA
  3. 3. We deem it necessary to make this preliminary submission at this point because we beli the Constitutional process as sanctioned under Decrees 57 & 58 is fundamentally flaw lacks credibility and integrity. It is driven by the regime to achieve its own self-serving as is evident from the various repugnant provisions in the two decrees promulgated on 2012. It is manifestly clear that the process is not going to be inclusive, participatory or even Further, it has been unilaterally imposed on the people of Fiji without any consultat their legitimate representatives. We note that the Commission itself has expressed strong reservations about the ma which the process is being driven. This was clearly stated in a media statement issue July by its Chair, Professor Yash Ghai Among the issues Professor Ghai commented on were those of immunity for the perpet Fiji’s coups and the absolute powers conferred on the Prime Minister in appointing mem the Constituent Assembly which will determine the final constitution. Professor Gha contended that the process should be kept independent of the regime given the probabi some of its members may be contesting the forthcoming elections. This is a stand The Fiji Labour Party has maintained from the very beginning – that the back to democracy and constitutional rule should not be driven by the regime. We now that there is only one legitimate and credible way back to constitutional rule. And th abide by the advice rendered in the decision of the Fiji Court of Appeal (FCA) on 9 Ap (Qarase vs Bainimarama-Civil Appeal No ABU 0077 of 2008s). The Legitimate Way Forward The FCA judgment advised that a caretaker Prime Minister be appointed with the speci date to oversee the process of holding general elections and restoring constitutional rul a realistic time frame. Paragraph 156 of the judgment reads: “The only appropriate course at the present time is for elections to be held that e able Fiji to get a fresh start. Taking cognizance of the principle of necessity… for the purposes of these procee ings, it is advisable for the President to appoint a distinguished person indepen ent of the parties in litigation as caretaker prime minister to advice dissolution Parliament and direct the issuance of writs for an election under s60 of the F Constitution. This is to enable Fiji to be restored to constitutional rule in acco dance with the Constitution.” We submit that His Excellency the President has the powers (Executive Authority Dec 2009) to take the following course of action appropriate to establishing a credible and le process of returning Fiji to constitutional rule: Based on the advice rendered in the Fiji Court of Appeal decision, His Excellency to a caretaker Prime Minister – a distinguished person, independent of the political pa
  4. 4. Page 4 The Apna Indian Times theapnaindiantimes@gmail.com SYDNEY FIJIAN LIFESTYLES
  5. 5. Page 10 The Apna Indian Times theapnaindiantimes@gmail.com
  6. 6. National President, Australian Sanatan Sports Inc NSW
  7. 7. BA UPSETS SUVA IN THE BOG The Australia Fiji Soccer Associa- tion and Radio Apna Digital Battle of the Giants soccer championship began on Wednesday night at the Nineveh Club Grounds, Smithfield road, Bonnyrigg, Liverpool. In the all age category, there are 4 pools who will battle for the main prize money. Pool 1 has Ba, Rewa, and Navua. Pool 2 has Lautoka, Savusavu and Rakiraki, Pool 3 has Nadroga and Dreketi. Pool 4 has Tailevu Naitasiri, Labasa and Nasinu. In the Veteran category, Ba, Labasa, Nalawa and Suva make pool 1 and Nadogo, Nadroga, Lautoka and Sa- vusavu make pool 2. Results: Veteran’s: Ba 0 Labasa 1; Suva 1 Nalawa 0; Nadroga 6 Nadi 0; Lautoka 7 Nadi 0; Nadogo 0 Sa- vusavu 0; Ba 1 Suva 0; Nalawa 2 Labasa 1; Lautoka Savusavua. All age Ba 2 Rewa 1; Lautoka 3 Sa- vusavu 3 Today’s Games: Nadi v Savusavu P 2 (V); Rewa v Navua P1 (All Age); Savusavu v Rakiraki P2 (All Age); Nadogo v Lautoka P2 (V); Balcktown Jnrs v Liverpool Jnrs (U 12); Ba v Navua P1(All Age); Lautoka v Rakiraki P2 (All Age); Nadroga v Dreketi P3 (All Age); Labasa v Nasinu P4 (All Age); Ba v Nalawa P1 (V); Suva v Labasa P1 (V). Sunday: 8am 1/4 final WP 1 v RUP 3 (All Age); 9am 1/4 final WP 2 v RUP 4 (All Age); 10am 1/4 final WP 3 v RUP 1 (All Age); 11am 1/4 final WP 4 v RUP 2 (All Age); 12pm – 3pm S/Final Veteran; 4pm Kids Soc- cer Under 12; 5 pm Final Veteran; 6pm Final (All Age)
  8. 8. apna INDIAN Sports BATTLE OF THE GAINTS IN LIVERPOOL Picture by Radio Apna Sports News

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