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Torquay couple committed to community service

From their home in Torquay, every evening Arvind Shrivastava and his wife Dr Sunila appear live on Facebook dedicating an hour in prayers and...

How the lockdown gave this chef food for thought

Adiityaa Sangwan now brings contemporary Indian treats to Mornington Peninsula The coronavirus has hit the culinary world stymieing hopes for some new migrant chefs. However,...

How the coronavirus reshaped this family’s wine business

When Shashi Singh started making wines at her Red Hill Estate property in the Mornington Peninsula nearly two decades ago, she toiled for years...

When Aarin Dang got a letter from Scott Morrison

Nine-year old Aarin Dang is not your quintessential poet. He is just a grade four student who loves to write. Read on When Melbourne came...

Melbourne’s Ganesha temple on the cusp of creating granite history

With its six-tonne single stone dome, similar to the Brihadeeswarar Temple, the Sri Vakrathunda Vinayagar Temple in The Basin, Melbourne, has almost completed its...

This Shepparton doctor couple did not let the pandemic stop them from working

Uncertain times, a dangerous virus in the air, but we cannot say no to people in their time of need, say doctors Kishor Singh...

An Australian’s love affair with India

Growing up in Melbourne and going to school in Box Hill decades ago, Sue Drummond remembers the first Indian girl she made friends with...

Migrant Indian women face rising financial abuse during pandemic

The coronavirus is beginning to see who is getting most affected. As the economic shutdown extends to months, women, it appears, are at the...

The kindest cut: A kidney transplant patient shares her story

Neha Mittal is not usually brave about medical tests, but she has gone to heroic lengths to brave the trials and triumphs of being...

End of an era but a new beginning for Tamil Feasts

Most stories on refugees often revolve around transit, but the story of Nirma and three of his other refugee mates from Sri Lanka is...