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PTSD, depression widespread among asylum seekers: Study

Asylum seekers often express mental distress in ways consistent with their culture A new study by The University of South Australia has found mental health...

From Iraq War to the pandemic, one chef’s philanthropic journey

The coronavirus pandemic has meant different things to different chefs. While some are reinventing themselves, some others are on a philanthropic journey. Take Daman...

Singapore Airlines offers ‘flights to nowhere’

Industry sources say the sightseeing flights will depart and arrive at Singapore’s Changi Airport Singapore Airlines reportedly plans to offer sightseeing 'flights to nowhere' that...

Multicultural Communities of Australia honoured by Cricket Australia

Multicultural Communities of Australia (MCA)’s unwavering commitment to sports in wider Australian communities has been recognised by South Australian Cricket Association (SACA) and Cricket...

Vic Govt’s taskforce helps hundreds of families with relief packages

The Victorian Government’s CALD Communities Taskforce—set up last month—has already helped hundreds of individuals and families get the support they need, including food packages...

GDP figures haven’t accounted for informal sector, says former RBI Governor

The sector was worst-hit by pandemic, explains Raghuram Rajan Former Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan has for the first time cast doubt on...

Growing Property Prices: A Concern for Many

Even though the property market has gone through plenty of challenges over the past 30 years, everyone who has purchased their own home in...

Wyndham City to contribute $200,000 to support shopping centre facelift

Wyndham City will contribute $200,000 to help modernise a shopping centre in Hoppers Crossing Mayor Cr Josh Gilligan said Council approached the body corporate of...

Vic govt announces $3.5 mn fund for community infrastructure projects

The Victorian Government is creating jobs by helping build, repair and improve facilities where multicultural communities gather—to be enjoyed on the other side of...

Arts SWELL on the beach in Queensland: Biggest outdoor sculpture festival begins

Currumbin on the Gold Coast will again become a hotspot of cultural celebration when the annual sculpture festival hits its beaches this week. Now in...
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