The power of petals

How the restorative effects of gardening helped Preeti Sawrikar bounce back after a bout of ill health, WRITES JYOTI SHANKAR.

Rang barse…

Rang-vang, naach-gaana, khaana peena: AHIA Holi has it all, WRITES SUBHASHINI CHANNA.

#NSWElections2019: RAVNEEL CHAND of the Keep Sydney Open Party, Candidate for Liverpool

Aims to remove opportunity and incentive for corrupt dealings, restore civil liberties and make government fairer and more open to the public

#NSWElections2019: VINAY OREKONDY of the Keep Sydney Open Party, Candidate for Strathfield

Aim to preserve Sydney as a multicultural, international city in the face of increased racism and anti-immigration politics

#NSWElections2019: SCOTT SINGH of the Keep Sydney Open Party, Candidate for Macquarie Fields

One of their main aims is to protect NSW’s music and culture, activate night-time economy and provide better festival guidelines with the help of industry professionals and law enforcement

#NSWElections2019: ARUNA CHANDRALA of the ALP, Candidate for Legislative Council

“(I stand for) enabling first generation migrants to be inclusive; a “Fair Go” for socially disadvantaged groups and immigrants, and better public education, free healthcare and socially responsible environmental protection”

#NSWElections2019: CHARISHMA KALIYANDA of the ALP, Candidate for Holsworthy

“I admire the ability of people like Barack Obama and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to communicate complex information in an engaging way.”

#NSWElections2019: DANIEL MOOKHEY of the ALP, Candidate for Legislative Council

“The lesson I take from the Bhagavad Gita is about selfless action: this is what is expected of those with power (in politics and business)”

#NSWElections2019: DURGA OWEN of the ALP, Candidate for Seven Hills

“Representation in parliament should mirror our society with more women and people of diverse cultures represented”

#NSWElections2019: PALLAVI SINHA Liberal Party, Candidate for Legislative Council

A strong voice for diverse communities, the small business sector and survivors of DV