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Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Australia

Visa tips during this pandemic

The Australian migration legislation changes constantly and also because of the pandemic. Due to this, many visa applicants are left with so many questions and uncertainty. This article intends to provide answers to common visa questions from people who...

Kiko Choir: 28 years of bringing joy to Melbourne

The Filipino Choir of St Francis (aka Kiko Choir) began singing at St Francis Church in Melbourne in 1992. This was shortly after the very first Filipino Mass was established by resident priest Rev Fr Ed Wood, together with...

WePlanr, DOT Philippines Australia and New Zealand to launch #ThrowbackWeddingOfTheYear competition

Mission-driven wedding startup WePlanr is partnering with the Department of Tourism (DOT) Philippines to bring much-needed reprieve from COVID-induced boredom and tension for couples everywhere across Australia and New Zealand. WePlanr, Australia’s first destination wedding planning and marketplace tech-platform,...

Australians raise $50,000 for typhoon Vamco (Ulysses) victims via GoFundMe

Following the devastation of Typhoon Vamco in the Philippines claiming the lives of at least 73 with 19 missing, Australians have raised over $50,000 via GoFundMe in the first four days to support the recovery efforts. Almost $8,000 has been raised in 72 hours by...

Food Philippines brings Pinoy ingredients to Australian mainstream markets

We’ve heard it often enough, Filipino food is largely underrepresented and not yet fully appreciated by the wider Australian community. But two Australian-Filipino organisations are aiming to change the way Australians think and regard Filipino food.  The Entree.Pinays, a collective...

Disaster Aid Australia responds to Philippine typhoons

By Brian Ashworth Following the Typhoon Goni, as well as other Typhoons in the last few weeks, the local partner of Disaster Aid Australia (DAA), Balay Mindanaw travelled to Bicol to assess the situation. They identified one of the worst affected...

Melbourne Cup best outfit: winning lexus car using his recycled clothes

While thousands of Melburnians would spend hundreds, if not thousands of dollars for the most coveted annual best dressed competition at the Melbourne Cup, Filipino nurse Sharlon Garbo did not spend a cent for his winning. His investment: recycling...

Aged care and hiya: Providing feedback or complaints in an aged care home

By Perth Furio With a nation as diverse as Australia, we have found ways to make government and community services accessible to most members of our multicultural society. The health department’s services are promoted and made available in a variety...

Getting a work visa in Australia

Workers in Australia are paid higher than the global average salary rate, according to the OECD Better Life Index. Along with offering high salary rates, fair work practices and provision of employment benefits such as superannuation, Australia is no...

Budget 2020: opportunities for multicultural Australia

The Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison met with Australia’s ethnic media to discuss the budget and its impact to multicultural communities in the country. With the devastation of COVID-19 across the world, the Prime Minister appeared extremely proud as...
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