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Shorten uses budget reply speech to reframe the economic debate

Carol Johnson, University of Adelaide Bill Shorten’s 2019 budget reply speech has actually been years in the making. Labor began to develop its economic policy arguments before the 2016 election campaign. Importantly, it aimed to reframe the conception of good...

9th International Conference on Human Rights Education

The 9th International Conference on Human Rights Education (ICHRE) was held on 26th Nov to 29th Nov at Western Sydney University Parramatta. The conference theme Unleashing the Full Potential of Civil Society was popular with human rights scholars and advocates as some...

Three Pinays to compete in Miss Transsexual Australia International 2018

Melbourne, Australia – Three beauties of Filipino heritage will be competing in the Miss Gay and Miss Transsexual Australia International 2018 beauty pageant in Melbourne later this month. Michelle Binas, Michelle Montecarlo and Serinna Rivera will go head to head...

Filo chef to compete in global culinary contest

Filipino chef from Melbourne John Rivera competed with nine other chefs from the region to advance to the global finals of S. Pellegrino Young Chef to be held in June 2018 in Milan, Italy. His winning dish was the...

Underdog Horn shocks the world

By Thad Mangalino https://youtu.be/JpYIr0l-L9E QLD—On 2 July 2017, the former primary school teacher and Brisbane local stunned the world and the thousands in attendance at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane. Jeff Horn, the former Olympian, defeated the 8-Division, and future hall of...

New country of origin labelling campaign across Australia

The Turnbull Government has launched an awareness campaign in an effort to help consumers understand the new country of origin labeling on food products. The Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science Arthur Sinodinos said the campaign was designed to make people aware...

Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal seeks support from multicultural communities

The Salvation Army has asked the support of multicultural communities in its annual Red Shield Doorknock to raise the much-needed funds to help those in need. This year’s Red Shield Doorknock aims to raise $75 million across Australia. The Hon Michael...

Australian authorities intercept parcel with 11 dangerous animals

SYDNEY, April 5 (PNA/Xinhua) -- Australian customs officials have discovered live dangerous animals being shipped to Melbourne. An international mail room in Melbourne discovered the parcel full of venomous snakes, tarantulas and Asian forest scorpions sent from northern Europe. A total...

Authorities seize record 903 kilos of methamphetamine

By Matt Goss SYDNEY, April 5 (PNA/Xinhua) -- Australian authorities have seized a record 903 kilograms of methamphetamine in Melbourne. The haul, which has an estimated value of USD 670 million, is the largest ever methamphetamine, commonly known as ice, bust...

Filipino has legs amputated after being bitten by Australian spider

SYDNEY, April 5 (PNA/Xinhua) -- A Filipino visiting Australia has had his legs amputated and could lose his arms after being bitten by a white-tailed spider. Terry Pareja, a father of two, was visiting his family in the Victorian country town...
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