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Tuesday, March 2, 2021

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Santo Niño festivals marked in South Australia

Mabuhay! There has been an exciting start to the year with the Filipino community celebrating the Filipino feast, Santo Niño. In South Australia there were three celebrations held over three weeks.  The first was the Santo Niño de Filipinas held on...

Top 10 tips for successful project management

When it comes to the efficiency of our workplaces and focusing on a profit-first strategy there is little that comes close to the power of successful project management.  As we’re sure you will agree, when each member of our workforce...

Thinking of teeth whitening? Consult cosmetic dentist Sydney for whiter teeth

Getting a whiter smile does not necessarily require undergoing wide-ranging dental work. You may be able to change the appearance of your smile with teeth whitening. In this dental technique, a bleaching solution is used to brighten the outermost...

Philippine Language School of Victoria is open for Prep to Year 12 enrolments

The Philippine Language School of Victoria, Inc. is a recognised VCE provider and accredited School by the Department of Education and Training. Founded in 1993 by Perla Adaptar Luetic. It is now accepting enrolments from Prep to Year 12 and for...

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...

Meditating on faith

Most people are afraid to talk about their faith in public. Aside from political correctness, it is an invite to the endless and sometimes pointless debate.   Lately, the common ground especially among millennials is not religion but spirituality.  The...

Telling stories

Filipinos account for the fifth largest ethnic group here in Australia. So it’s inevitable to bump into a kababayan anywhere you go. During my weekly trip to my local shops during the hard lockdown in Victoria, I would cross...

Catharsis

By Neomi Gestano Thousands of feet in the air brought me distress, but it wasn’t because of the never-ending sky below. The more I became agitated in my seat, the less it helped with the countless emotions that bombarded me...

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...

Recovering our lost rhythm

My visits as a pastoral care worker, offering prayers through liturgy and music to nursing homes especially in their high care area are always fraught with mixed emotions. I am cautioned that these residents could go for hours or...
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Sydney 9s 2021 – Not the fairy tale ending for Tamaraws

By Erick Paul Estepa Elefante In the Philippines' inaugural appearance at the Cabramatta International 9s in 2012, the country heralded...
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