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Rock On: New Support For Beloved Community Cup

The Andrews Labor Government is ensuring Melbourne’s iconic Reclink Community Cup continues to showcase the best of Victoria’s live music scene, while supporting the...

Free driving lessons for newly arrived migrants and others

Almost 3,000 newly arrived migrants and disadvantaged young Victorians will receive free road safety education and professional driving lessons to ensure they’re confident and...

Meet the inductees to Victoria’s first Multicultural Honour Roll

The Andrews Labor Government is honouring the unsung heroes of Victoria who have demonstrated grit and resilience to create positive and lasting impacts for...
Harmony Day: Living in harmony, celebrating multiculturalism

Applications open for Growing Suburbs Fund

In a bid to support communities in the state’s fastest growing suburbs, applications are now open for the Growing Suburbs Fund, with $50 million...

Politics & Beyond: ‘Australia has voted for a change’

Prachi Panchal catches up with former ministerial advisor, and Aussie expat Nitin Gupta, to talk about few recent political developments in Australia, India, USA,...

Morrison makes roti at Officer Gurudwara, announces largesse

Melbourne’s youngest gurudwara Siri Guru Nanak Darbar (Officer Gurudwara) has received a major boost with federal Member for La Trobe, Jason Wood MP announcing...

How this small community language school in Clayton is thriving

That every community views its heritage as a source of pride is a no brainer. And when settling abroad, often, the older members want...

Sri Lankans in Melbourne on the political disenchantment

On 21 April 2019, in what is now infamously known as the Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka, Monash University’s Mathematics Lecturer Dr Ranjith...

Federal elections: What does the community want?

The Indian Sun speaks to some members of the community on what they want from this federal election. Read on. ELVIS MARTIN, Expert Advisory Panel...

Anzac Day: When Indian army veterans marched with pride

After two years of COVID-19 hiatus, the Indian Army contingent were back at the annual Anzac Day parade in Melbourne this year—with pride. For Col...