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Premier Andrews recognises The Philippine Times as the Filipino community’s ‘trusted voice’

The Philippine Times (TPT) is the longest-running Philippine newspaper in Victoria and in the span of 31 years of existence, the paper has had...

The Premier discusses support available to the community, thanking Filipinos for their contributions to Victoria

On the morning of 27 July, The Philippine Times (TPT) had the rare opportunity of meeting one-on-one with the Honourable Daniel Andrews MP, Premier of Victoria.  The...

Visa opportunities in Cairns for the over 45s with roles not on skills list

I recently had a holiday in Cairns. When we were there, the weather was perfect at 27 degrees Celsius, and on that same day,...

Opposition Leader Matthew Guy meets with multicultural media reps

Victorian State Opposition Leader Matthew Guy and key members of his leadership group, David Southwick, Georgie Crozier, James Newbury and David Davis met with the Victorian-based...

Filipino Food Movement Australia revives ‘Mabuhay Nights’ in Potts Point this August

The Filipino Food Movement Australia (FFMA) continues their Mabuhay Nights Pop Up Dining Series this August. The term 'Mabuhay' conveys a myriad of emotions,...

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Subukan mong lumayo, paminsan minsan

Ni Rado Gatchalian Subukan mong lumayo, paminsan-minsan. Marahil ang katahimikan ang tutulak sa iyo upang maging malaya.  Kung batid mong di tiyak ang hinaharap, sikapin mong hanapin ito sa pinakaiingatang baol ng mga alaalang...

Keeping the Filipino language alive in Australia

August is Buwan ng Wika (Month of Language). Schools in the Philippines usually hold special events where the students dress up in our traditional...

Filipino pop up restaurant bringing “Buwan ng Wika” to Melbourne

A new pop-up restaurant 'Barangay' is honouring Filipino culture in a push to promote Filipino cuisine to Melbourne.  To celebrate Buwan ng Wika (Filipino language month), head...

Filipino Food Movement Australia revives ‘Mabuhay Nights’ in Potts Point this August

The Filipino Food Movement Australia (FFMA) continues their Mabuhay Nights Pop Up Dining Series this August. The term 'Mabuhay' conveys a myriad of emotions,...

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