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Saturday, April 10, 2021

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Pinoy Grocery ‘Suki Kart’ Now Open in Hornsby Kuring-gai Area

Online Filipino Grocery Suki Kart has officially opened its physical store in Sydney's Upper North Shore. Its opening in the Hornsby Central Business District achieved the initial plan of husband and wife team Marvin and Jinky Aquino to serve the growing Filipino...

How to attract good luck into your home

By Nicole Arcano  Let’s admit it, one way or another, we want to look into the different ways of attracting luck and good vibes into our home. There’s no harm in trying anyway. If you believe in the principles of...

Philippine homegrown retailer Frankie & Friends expands in Australia

Philippine homegrown fashion and lifestyle retailer Frankie & Friends General Store, an intentional marketplace for a conscious and holistic lifestyle expands in Australia with the opening of its first international store in Paddington, Sydney. From its flagship store opening in...

5 reasons to invest in silver in 2021

Silver price saw many ups and downs in 2020 due to the instability triggered by the coronavirus pandemic. But despite seeing such fluctuations last year, it is expected to get a good focus by investors from all over the...

The best stocks to invest in on the ASX right now

One of the biggest challenges you’ll face when investing or trading for the first time is, of course, learning which stocks are likely to work best for you. The ASX is a complex platform sometimes, and as always, it’s...

Pecks Road glazes the way for Filipino flavour in Australia

In the back kitchen of the Ukrainian community centre, metres away from the liveliness of the Melbourne Market Co, Albin Lawang, the creator of Pecks Road, shares insight into how his business got momentum and gives an ode to...

From IT to entrepreneurship

For this edition of #PinoysDownUnder, we talked to ANTHONY HERRERA, owner of New Life Cycles Bike Shop and Enelssie Café and Grill.  At only 36 years old, Anthony has done a big career shift from IT to establishing a growing...

Curated Creative Corner

Recently I was privileged to speak to five Filipino-Australian creative entrepreneurs. We delved into the world of art from calligraphy, to design, to preserved flowers. We talked about passion and purpose- the raison d’etre - of their customised business...

Find your light and shine

Jilliean Sioson is a film and TV student from Swinburne University in Melbourne, Australia. She is currently writing and producing a short film called An Ode to My Denim Jacket.  Sioson is a budding screenwriter passionate in writing about the Filipino...

Art for a cause

By Angel Cuerpo It’s common for many university students that whilst they are studying to pick up a part-time job. However, not many undertake what Shanaia Aguila has done. By utilising her artistic talents, she created her side hustle art...
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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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