TGR Magazine

  • 22 October 2013 at 15 : 07 PM

    An expensive drop

    Posted by in Most Popular , Status , Ultimate Taste 0

    An expensive drop

    Pre-dinner drinks When you think of sophisticated liquors, limoncello doesn’t often come first to mind. A national drink of Italy, limoncello is served either before a meal to cleanse the palate, or as a light and refreshing after-dinner beverage. Unfortunately, many of us have sampled a home-made version from a relative or family friend that […]

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  • 22 October 2013 at 15 : 05 PM

    Science of Success

    Posted by in Science of Success , Status 0

    Napoleon Hill’s work has been followed for decades. The author of Think & Grow Rich, one of the highest selling books of all time, also created the Science of Success. In each issue we bring to you the ideas within the Science of Success, so that you not only understand Napoleon Hill’s mindset, but so […]

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  • 22 October 2013 at 15 : 20 PM

    Institutional failure is avoidable

    Posted by in Opinion , The Last Word 0

    Institutional failure. These are two words that can come back to haunt organisations, governments and world leaders. We have seen plenty of institutional failure recently: US banks and government, members of the European Union, the Australian Government and even the AFL in combination with the Essendon Football Club. Institutional failure is indeed a fascinating topic. […]

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  • 22 October 2013 at 15 : 33 PM

    Regional Australia is ready for growth

    Posted by in Opinion , State of Affairs 0

    Australia will grow rapidly in the next 30 to 40 years and correct measures must be taken to ensure the nation can handle the population increase, writes Jamie McIntyre.  By 2050 Australia’s population could reach 40 million people – up from 23 million today. Sydney and Melbourne cannot accommodate them all; Sydney with 4.4 million people […]

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  • 22 October 2013 at 15 : 00 PM

    Australia: a secret Corporation?

    Posted by in Opinion , Rules of Engagement 0

    Is the Commonwealth of Australia really just a corporation owned by the United States of America, asks Dennis McIntyre. Recently I was pointed to the fact that an entity titled ‘Commonwealth of Australia’ is registered on the United States Securities exchange (SEC). After discovering this I looked down the page at the list of previous […]

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  • 22 October 2013 at 15 : 42 PM

    The game changer

    Posted by in Opinion , The Guv'nor 0

    New research from the Australian School of Business shows not-for-profits stand to be significant beneficiaries from new global integrated reporting standards. Despite being targeted at the private sector, integrated reporting, the new proposed international corporate reporting framework, is of greater benefit to Australia’s not-for-profit (NFP) sector, research by the Australian School of Business reveals. The International […]

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  • 22 October 2013 at 15 : 17 PM

    Remember my name?

    Posted by in Opinion , Take It & Like It 0

    Where do ex-Prime Ministers go when the curtain comes down and they need to fill their egos? In particular, where would a former Prime Minister go to impose his or her will on the rest of Australia? The likely scenario for Kevin Rudd is that he takes up a post with the United Nations. The UN […]

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  • 22 October 2013 at 15 : 03 PM

    Putting new life into an existing business

    Posted by in Entrepreneur , Expert Advice , The Core 0

    Putting new life into an existing business

    For any small business owner, there comes a time when you reach a stage in the business life cycle where you feel like business has stopped moving forward and is just going through the motions, writes John Corias. This is the point where many businesses either leap forward into a new cycle of opportunity and […]

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  • 22 October 2013 at 15 : 15 PM

    Is trading gambling?

    Posted by in Expert Advice , Shares & Alt Investments , The Core 0

    Is trading gambling?

    This is a question I am asked on a regular basis, usually when people find out that I work with traders, poker players and problem gamblers, writes Shayne Duncan. These questions are many and varied: “Isn’t that a conflict of interest? Aren’t you supporting gambling by working with poker players and traders while denouncing gambling […]

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  • 22 October 2013 at 15 : 54 PM

    Market expectations for 2014 and beyond

    Posted by in Expert Advice , Property , The Core 0

    Market expectations for 2014 and beyond

    For the property investor predicting the market as we go into 2014 and beyond, it is worth looking both backwards and outwards to see where the growth and opportunities have existed and where the pitfalls have tightened the noose around the necks of Australian investors. Looking backwards, Australian property has shown trends that have repeated […]

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