4 C
Alba Iulia
Sunday, September 20, 2020

Health & Education

Fil-Aussie teachers among everyday unsung heroes, supporting students learn from home

As the world races to find a cure for COVID-19, Victorian teachers are fighting a battle of their own.  The ever-evolving phases of the pandemic meant that educators are continuously changing their pedagogy. Teachers...

Genuine International Students for a stronger education system

By Matthew Thompson International education offers incredible benefits to the host country and diverse opportunities to those living, studying, and working on a student visa.  As...

Health Workers Union demands 4.5% annual pay rise for Victorian public hospital workers

The Health Workers Union (HWU) is currently negotiating the next Victorian Public Hospital Agreement with the Victorian government. This Agreement covers the classification and determines the pay and conditions of the health workers.

Empowering children during COVID-19 through literature

With astounding drive and determination, many children’s books have been quickly published in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, teaching children about coronavirus and encouraging them to protect themselves and others. In the past, children’s literature...

Digital ’20 – the new normal for students and teachers

By Charisse Garcia, Primary School Teacher at a mainstream school in Victoria With Debussy’s Claire de Lune as my background music, I handed the grey lead pencil to my nine-year-old, ‘Slant down, slant down,...

Global COVID-19 deaths now exceed 250,000 mark

updated: 5 May 2020, 11.35 am AEDTSource: https://ncov2019.live/ The COVID-19 deaths worldwide continue to increase now crossing the 250k mark. The number of confirmed cases worldwide is now at 3,644,795. Of the...

One-stop-shop online directory for all Australian COVID-19 and Telehealth clinics

Australians now have access to a single, one-stop-shop directory website to find all relevant information relating to nationwide COVID-19 clinics, pop up health services, Telehealth practices, and specialty providers during the coronavirus pandemic.

It’s Hearing Awareness Week

This Hearing Awareness Week (3-9 March), Australian Hearing is encouraging local residents around Melbourne to embrace their hearing health as an extension of their fitness regime. Research shows today’s older Australians are generally healthier...

Dementia Awareness in the Community 2018

In Victoria, there will be Film Showing and Talk about Dementia on Sept 26 and 27 at AFCS Venues in Boronia and Doveton respectively. To book, pls call (03) 9701 3421.

Gadaoni Family runs for a good cause

The Gadaoni family, couple Rom and Thess with their daughter Thadine, joined the annual Herald Sun/City Link Run for the Kids 2018 held on 18 March. The fun run is a community event and is conducted to raise funds...
- Advertisement -

Latest News

Fil-Aussie teachers among everyday unsung heroes, supporting students learn from home

As the world races to find a cure for COVID-19, Victorian teachers are fighting a battle of...
- Advertisement -

A look at the future

Everyone ready to go? Victorians would be familiar with this line, as many of us tune in to Dan...

It’s okay not to be okay

R U OK? day was held around Australia on 10 September. Traditionally held on the second Thursday of September each year, R...

Masking empathy

During World War II, the British government imposed a total blackout. The citizens were urged to stay indoors and black out their...

Sacrifices made to build a successful business

Allskills Recruitment & Migration Services was chosen as one of the best three migration firms in Darwin, NT for three years in...