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Alba Iulia
Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Australian

Josh Grove Fil-Aussie MMA Fighter – Making Waves in MMA

At the age of 16 Josh Grove thought that his career trajectory was heading off to join the Army. He just discovered Mixed Martial Arts and his coach at the time influenced him to look further into working on...

Indie filmmaker brings Filipino-Australian identity to the big screen

By Charisse Garcia When we talk about Filipino identity in Australia in the current pandemic mode, there is always a strong link to resilience and courage. But Filipino identity is more than that; we are more than our struggles and...

AFCS Filipino House and Reminiscing Garden opens in Melbourne

By Maria Smith With the rhythmic Filipino song “Leron Leron Sinta” excitedly performed by multi-talented guest performers Grace and Dennis Ramos, the Australian-Filipino Community Services officially launched the Filipino House and Reminiscing Garden in Doveton. This March 14 event has turned into...

Philippine homegrown retailer Frankie & Friends expands in Australia

Philippine homegrown fashion and lifestyle retailer Frankie & Friends General Store, an intentional marketplace for a conscious and holistic lifestyle expands in Australia with the opening of its first international store in Paddington, Sydney. From its flagship store opening in...

Talented Fil-Aussie siblings ‘The Quinals’ ready to take on the world

The pandemic has impacted many Filipino-Australian artists and musicians in an industry which relies heavily on live music to succeed. With the easing of restrictions in Victoria, local musicians are looking forward to opportunities to return to the stage. The...

Following his dreams: Fil-Aussie Billie Kid signs record deal

Up and coming artist, Billie Kid has signed up to a record deal with Star Music Group in Melbourne. A talented force to be reckoned with, Billie Kid was born in the Philippines, raised in Sydney and now lives in...

Why do so many Filipino women want to marry American or Australian men?

Because of the internet and social media, it is now easier for men and women to meet someone from the other side of the world. It's not so hard to imagine why marriages between different races are now prevalent. Every...

Australian BPO expands operations

BY BEN ARNOLD O. DE VERA An Australian debt management firm has expanded its back office operations in the Philippines to accommodate more clients. National Receivables Group (NRG) Global Solutions Pty Ltd.’s local subsidiary, NRG Global Solutions Philippines Inc., has inaugurated...

TV thief nabbed after 8 years

MANILA, Philippines—The law has finally caught up with a 34-year-old man who fled the country to avoid serving his jail term for stealing a television set eight years ago. Fugitive Eduardo “Eddieboy” Tamayo Jr., who went into hiding in Australia,...

Filipino migrant workers getting the ire of Australian union

by Marie Rea BS Dev Com UPLB'81 A few months ago, there was an article in "The Australian" newspaper about some 70 Filipino workers in an iron ore project in the Pilbara being retained after sacking 54 of its Australian workers. Naturally,...
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Exciting job opportunities for Filipinos living in Australia

It is misleading to call the Filipino population living in Australia a ‘community’. With roughly 300,000 immigrants from the...
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