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Alba Iulia
Saturday, April 10, 2021

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4 personal life situations that call for a private investigator

Many people choose to think positively of others and would instead not see the world as a place of dishonesty and corruption. However, looking at the world through rose-colored glasses may be erroneous since there are circumstances that require...

New normal – 7 ways the pandemic is transforming Australian cities

Historically, pandemics like the one the world is currently contending with have always sparked major changes in affected cities. Cholera and typhoid inspired the introduction of sewage systems, aqueducts, parks and boulevards. Meanwhile, the Spanish flu influenced the development...

Fil-Aussie grows giant upo in her Melbourne backyard

Yup, this upo (also known as bottle gourd or calabash) stands out or needs a standing ovation for outgrowing the more common ones we see in the market, or even from other home gardens. This glorious upo belongs to...

What I learned from COVID-19

In spite of the havoc that this pandemic brings into this world, there are lots of things that COVID-19 made me realise, especially learning what is important during the time of isolation.  It completely changed my perspective on life. I...

How aged care is changing in 2021

With aged care investment on the rise, more senior-focused technology available than ever and the Australian Government’s commitment of $1.6 billion in aged-care funding, the industry is looking to begin the early stages of a major overhaul in 2021.  As...

Creating a new tradition

Here we go, 2021 has just begun and we are optimistic and want to make most of the opportunities we will face this year. Last year was an eye opener, and taught many of us an important lesson. One...

Australia’s beauty pageants continue to take steps against racism

Racism in the beauty industry or anywhere else is wrong, yet it's so hard to address. Australia's beauty pageants have had run-ins with racism in the past. Things seem to be moving in the right direction, but it hasn't...

Post-lockdown survival reflections among seniors

After 111 days of lockdown, Melbourne Premier Daniel Andrews finally and significantly eased COVID-19 restrictions that included social isolation from family and friends, even a curfew from 8pm to 5am in the morning, causing terrible fear and sadness among...

The day God gifted me with an Air Jordan

By Neil Daculan I find solace in the thought that, however busy I am during the Advent season, there is something I am doing that is right and noble. Balancing family life and my diaconate ministry is not that a...

5 best value solutions for your kitchen

Since this year we all got to spend more time indoors, the time spent in our kitchens increased as well.  And because a nice environment can lift up our mood and make our days brighter, here are 5 ways...
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Victorian Refugee Awards nominations close April 24

The Victorian Multicultural Commission (VMC) is calling for nominations to the Victorian Refugee Awards (VRA). This initiative recognises people,...
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