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AIBCT’s Mukesh Night in Melbourne

Melbourne, June 29: 2017 marks the 10th anniversary of the Australian Indian Benevolent and Charitable Trust (AIBCT). “To mark the 10th anniversary, we are holding a concert by two leading Hindi film musicians; Mukhter Shah and Sangeetha Melekar” said Dr T. J. Rao, former Honorary Consul General of India talking to Bharat Times. Shah and…

Ricky Ponting announced as New STRIIV Ambassador

 Melbourne: Striiv Australia, Australia’s first fitness tracker and weight management program combined – is pleased to announce past Australian cricket captain, Ricky Ponting, as its new brand ambassador. Striiv is partnering with the cricket icon to help bring to life the message that achieving a healthy lifestyle is possible for all Australians. “Aussies are blessed…

IT’S NOT JUST KIDS – ADULTS SHIRK FRUIT AND VEGETABLES TOO

Melbourne, April 3: Australia’s largest ever fruit and vegetable survey has found that four out of five Australian adults are not eating enough fruit and vegetables in order to meet the Australian Dietary Guidelines. Worryingly, the Fruit, Vegetables and Diet Score Report released today, found one in two (51 per cent) adults are not eating…

Zone Out and Chill Out to lose weight

When it comes to diet, most Australians tend to over-think, have too high expectations and are anxious about failure – all of which can derail the best intentions for losing weight. Melbourne, April 4: CSIRO behavioural scientists have recently identified the dominant diet type among Australian adults, revealing why many people find it hard to…

Bendigo’s Great Stupa of Universal Compassion set to become the largest in the Western World

Bendigo, March 24: The Andrews Government is helping crown Bendigo’s majestic Great Stupa of Universal Compassion with a $2.5 million grant. Minister for Regional Development, Jaala Pulford joined Member for Bendigo, West Maree Edwards and Member for Bendigo East, Jacinta Allan in announcing the funding today while visiting the Great Stupa, cementing Bendigo’s position as…

Beware: the potions on your dresser could be causing your migraine attack

1 in 3 Australians report health problems including migraine from fragranced consumer products Melbourne, March 6: A University of Melbourne researcher has found that one-third of Australians report health problems — ranging from migraine headaches to asthma attacks — when exposed to common fragranced consumer products such as air fresheners, cleaning products, laundry supplies, and…

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