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Australian Citizenship ceremonies to continue via video link

The Government will hold online citizenship ceremonies via secure video link, to enable people to continue to become Australian citizens during the coronavirus crisis. Current...

In the battle against Corona, let your mind win

From this global pandemic, we can all learn from the negative and positive impacts of what is happening around us, says Swami Pradeep as...

School support staff call on NSW government to close schools now

School support staff, including school learning support officers, admin staff, aboriginal education officers, and other non-teaching staff in schools, are calling on the NSW...

Supermarkets to offer more hours to international students

Australia’s major supermarkets will temporarily be able to offer more hours to international student employees to help keep shelves stocked. International students currently employed at...

NSW Health confirmed fifteenth Covid-19 case in NSW

NSW Health today confirmed six new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of positive cases to 15 in the state since the outbreak...

TAASE reaches out to frontline workers to handle COVID-19 crisis better

As the social impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to spread through the Australian community, many people requiring support from the nation’s community service...

Eight-year-old Tris to sing on Lockdown Diaries

Singer and song writer Thridevya Deepak—Tris as she calls herself—has been singing and recording her voice for five years now. Considering she is just...

Asia-Pacific banks braced for coronavirus with hiring freeze, says GlobalData

The shape of the coronavirus’ impact on the finance industry in the Asia-Pacific region is coming into focus with leading indicators of sector health...

‘The Dark Side’ campaign draws on violence affected women…

...and stressed men’s efforts to combat social taboos A community supportline campaign is drawing on the violence affected women and stressed men who are seeking...

New delivery app to offer restaurants a lifeline

A Gold Coast software developer has launched a revolutionary app to help Queensland’s struggling restaurateurs survive the COVID-19 crisis Netvision Software’s myrestaurantapp.com.au has been designed...
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