For Fiji, with love from Adelaide

The Fiji Social and cultural club of South Australia (FSCCSA) in Adelaide organised a fundraiser on 19 May to help those affected by the...

Bubbles, Bollywood, and book worms

Something on Saturday’s 2018 program offers children an exciting line-up of entertainment Adelaide Festival Centre’s Something on Saturday program is 41 years young, and as...

PACSA hosts welcome dinner for new migrants

Participants given tips on resume writing and support systems available in Australia Since its inception the Pakistani Australian Connections of South Australia (PACSA) has been...

Out of Africa

The African Women’s Federation hosted leaders from the continent to speak on empowerment Women’s empowerment has become the buzzword today with women working alongside men...

Fundraising for the forgotten

With Red Faces, his annual talent quest, psychiatric nurse Brenton Williams from Adelaide has raised over $250,000 since the turn of the millennium, all...

A show that celebrates fashion, creates self-awareness

Shamshir's Little Runway—Mini Me Project hopes to raise funds for their campaign against child abuse Journey into the world of sugar and spice and all...

Hymns in the air, martial arts performed at 14 April Nagar Kirtan

Nagar Kirtan, the colourful possession, where shabads (holy hymns) are sung, and gatka (traditional martial arts) performed, offers an excellent opportunity for people to...

Helping migrants feel at home

Putting their heart and soul into the welfare of community, the husband-wife team of Nasir Hussain and Aneesa Williams are doing their best to...

Together as one

WOW, a new movement by women for women, hopes to empower through real life stories of courage and grit Women of the World—WOW—is a dream...

Ready to serve

Deepak Bhardwaj is a volunteer with a vision and mission. Heading several charitable organisations and spearheading causes from gender equality in sports to advocating...
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