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    Foote interview, Stephen Donald speaks up his side of the match fixing issue that occurred during their game with the Hawkes Bay Rugby team. “I understand that I have disappointed and let down fans, the team and especially my family, I accepted the offer because of financial problems that my family has been facing. I was offered a huge amount of money, which why I took the offer. I just want to say that I feel guilty for what I done, and especially for the damaged which I made” he said. Stephen Donald showed sincerity when he apologized to his supporters, family, friends, and his teammates. It also showed that he regretted for the things that he had done. After Stephen Donald explained his side, David Rhodes who is the President in New Zealand Rugby Union stated in the media about the penalties that he will receive for breaking the rules in the…

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    The model consists of the five forces, in which using the relevant forces, we can identify Boeing’s threats. One of the the Porter’s Five Forces is threat of new entrants. Boeing will determine the possibility of new firms entering the market and will determine the impact they will have in the industry and directly to the 787 model. A profitable industry such as the commercial airline industry will attract new entrants. According to Forbes (2016), in the commercial airplane deliveries, Boeing…

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    to say that Singapore Airlines has grown to develop as the renowned leader of creativity and innovation within the airline industry and has continuously overtaken other competitive airlines in the industry for many years. This can be fourthly expressed by looking at the fact that Singaporean Airlines has not suffered a loss on annual records since the company was founded in the 70’s. The accomplishments and achievements of Singapore Airlines is formed the company’s skill to innovate by…

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    SIA and they spend around $70 million a year to put each of its employees through 110 hours of retraining annually (Heracleous & Wirts, 2010). Thus, staff can adapt the change and development in order to deliver new services SIA propose frequently. As a technological point of view SIA is also same as its competitors. SIA was the first to introduce satellite-based in-flight telephones in 1991 (Singapore Airline, 2015). With in-flight connectivity, it's simple to stay in touch with family and…

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    Air India Case Study

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    INTRODUCTION Air India was launched as a private airline in 1932 under the name of Tata Airlines by industrialist J. R. D. Tata. It was the only national carrier which flew in various international destinations at that time. In 1946, Tata Airlines became a public limited company under the name of Air India. Since then, Air India has been a source of national pride because it is regarded as one of the finest airlines which is at par with the leading airlines like Pan Am and British Airways. Air…

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    power governments to help slow the decrease in food availability and how their decisions can affect the lives of all Islanders. Barnett (2007) discusses the role of governments and criticize their handling of the South Pacific economy, which has seen a recent influx of cheap and non-nutritious food. United Nations for Women (2014) focuses on the impact of climate change on women, the role they have in sustainable food production and ways to reduce gender inequality. Other sources focus on the…

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    majority of us will have to attend some form of school (outside of the home). Our lives begin to revolve around this and we have to balance this education with our extracurricular activities, homework, and social lives which ends up leaving life complicated. Having a good education, College or University level, leads to complex yet rewarding jobs. In return, these complex jobs create a stressful and busy, or complicated life, but on the plus side these jobs provide a large income that can be…

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    Māori culture has remained a huge part throughout my upbringing. I have been able to recognise the importance which has been encouraged throughout my studies, more now than ever. The role I will play as a treaty partner approaches the importance of having familiarity of New Zealand history alongside skills (Lang, 2002) essential to have an effective outcome in my practice as an Early Childhood Educator. To achieve a positive outcome in my practice I will educate myself with the significant…

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    Women's Enfranchisement

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    Amongst the organisations advocating for women’s enfranchisement, another with prominence was the Dunedin Tailoresses Union [DTU] formed in 1889. The depressed economic situation in New Zealand during the 1880s led to “sweated labour.” Men and women alike worked for long hours and low wages in overcrowded conditions. Factory worker Miss M recalls “I made 12s 6d one week, but that meant working till three o’clock some mornings… and on Sunday, too” (Paul, 1910, as cited in Dalley & Robertson,…

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    Origin Of Tattooing Essay

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    Tattoos of all kinds are seen on the bodies of most of these young people. The Samoan tatau (or pe’a), is the term for ‘tattoos’. The Samoan traditional tatau worn by men begins from the waist and extends below the knee cap, while the malu, “tattoo,” worn by females extends from the top of the thigh down below the knee. These are the traditional adornments by which the tatau and malu are supposed to be worn and the older Samoan people who grew up with the traditions tend to have differing views…

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