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Alba Iulia
Sunday, May 31, 2020

Editorial

Erasing the stigma on mental health

No matter what culture you embrace and no matter your race or upbringing, there is something that binds us all together: our human psychology. If there is one thing that we can all understand across borders, it is this....

Australia’s New Year filled with hope in diversity

Festivals honouring the arrival of a new year go back 4,000 years to ancient Babylon. The Babylonian New Year was the first new moon following the vernal equinox — the day in late March with an equal amount of...

The will to give

As one of the countries with a greater level of wealth than the rest, Australia has long fostered a charitable spirit among its citizens. This spirit is present both in macro and micro levels. In the macro level, Australia,...

Human rights in danger of devaluation

Editorial In September, the Philippine Congress voted to allocate Php 1,000 (AUD24) to the Commission of Human Rights (CHR) for its 2018 budget. This decision was controversial because the CHR is the main agency that heavily criticised Duterte’s bloody drug war....

Melbourne bursts with life

Melbourne has once again garnered the top position as the world’s most liveable city by The Economist, receiving a perfect score for healthcare, education and infrastructure. Being named for the seventh year in a row, you might have expected...

Compassion and vigilance amidst terrorism

Editorial Since time immemorial, man has been stricken by terror. The worst kind of terror is terrorism perpetuated by human beings themselves against their fellow humans. Terrorism remains a major threat to all people. Attacks can occur anywhere in the...

Standing up against climate change

Climate change has affected us all, even if some might deny it. It is already happening everywhere, from the Arctic, the tropics to the icy continent of Antarctica. Tragically, those who contribute the least to the causes of climate change...

Fighting for truth in the Age of Social Media: Against fake news

Editorial - March 2017 Lies have always been muddled in the recesses of reporting since the start of journalism. Ever since humans learned to report on the significant events happening around them, they have also learned to deliberately make up...

Unity amidst peril

Australia Day means many things to each different people living in this land. But more than anything else right now, we must give new meaning to it. Australia Day, held every 26 January, is a celebration marking the arrival of...

Health is wealth

Living in a fast-paced world where many things are ruled over by money and other things we need and want, we cannot help but keep up with the pace that drives many of us to attain them. We work...
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APBC-GKA Student Relief Program still available for Filipinos in VIC and TAS

Update as of 30 May 2020, registrations for all states have closed, except for Victoria and...

How to find the perfect property

Finding the perfect home in Australia is about more than just natural light and the number of bedrooms. From extreme weather variations...

Stranded Filipinos in Australia Return to PH

Almost 200 Filipinos left Australia to go home to the Philippines through Philippine Airlines (PAL) special flights. PAL organised two special flights...