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Kultour brings Pinoy artist and the Helicopter Project to Melbourne

By Mila Cichello Magdalena Moreno, Chief Executive Officer of Kultour, is proud to announce that Fil-Australian artist Alwin Reamillo is bringing his unique community art to Melbourne in November 2010. Kultour, an initiative of the Australia Council for the...

Zone changes benefit tram commuters

Zone boundary extension and City Saver changes – effective 25 July 2010 From first service on Sunday 25 July, tram passengers travelling across Zone 1 and 2 will pay only a Zone 1 fare as the Zone 1 and 2...

Gillard is Australia’s first woman Prime Minister

An historic day in Australian politics as Julia Gillard becomes the country's 27th Prime Minister PART 1 - JULIA GILLARD'S PRESS CONFERENCE PART 2 - JULIA GILLARD'S PRESS CONFERENCE JULIA Gillard becomes Australia’s 27th Prime Minister after Kevin Rudd stood aside...

Man arrested after teenage girl, 14, left fighting for life after suspicious fire

A MAN been charged with rape and arson after a house fire in Melbourne's west that left a teenager fighting for her life with terrible burns. The arrest comes after arson and explosives squad detectives conducted detailed investigations at the...

Beyond sustainability: Charity founder transforms the mind

BY: MILAN ACOSTA Pinoy NGO founder Tony Meloto addressed an audience in Sydney last month on engaging corrupt politicians to help solve the Philippines’ poverty situation. Meloto, founder of Gawad Kalinga, voiced many opinions on changing perceptions toward their movement that...

Woman wins $3000 travel voucher through sending money with WU

Filipino-born Maria Cristina Rennex has won a $3000 travel voucher from The Western Union Company’s (End of Year) promotion for sending a Western Union® Money TransferSM through a Western Union agent in Berala, NSW. In December 2009, Rennex received bad...

Bilingual help to take medications correctly now available in Tagalog and English.

Bilingual medication adherence aids in Tagalog and English are now available to Filipino people to assist them in taking their medications correctly. “Around one in two elderly people on more than one medication fail to take their medications as prescribed....

Filipino drug smuggling suspect released, Aussie authorities issue apology

20 March 2010 - A Filipino tourist mistakenly detained for alleged drug smuggling in Melbourne, Australia has been released. In a joint statement issued last 18 March, the same day Filipina Maria Cecilia Silva was released from jail, the Australian...

Australia awards grants to 14 Filipino students

The Australian government has recently chosen 14 new students to become recipients of its newest batch of grants from the Australian Leadership Awards (ALA). In keeping with the government's goal of giving educational opportunities to deserving students in its neighbouring...
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