I empathise with you.It must frustrating working with guys like that wet behind the ears but veterans in their own Lunch Box.
Here in the Carib the same thing was happening for awhile with a Certain Carribean Flag Carrier until a few incidents and accidents occurred, causing the Local CAA to focus on their recruiting. There was alot of Sons and Daughters getting in with under 200 tt all C172, into RHS of A320. Now they have raised their entry requirements to 750 hrs TT . Which has helped the situation.
Regarding what happening at ANR I think they have enough expereince to make an educated decision. Interesting to know how the Current Ansett Cadets are gowing and has it been a success?