Indian migrants the dominant group

In 2027 Melbourne will be the biggest city, Indian migrants the biggest group

Good news or not so good news! Melbourne will become the biggest city in Australia by 2027, and Indian migrants the biggest group, according to the population projections done by the experts. And It was the biggest city more than 100 years ago and is set to regain the title leaving Sydney behind just by a notch. Melbourne will have a population of  5.69 million to Sydney’s 5.67 million people. “Melbourne was not the world’s most liveable city for six ...
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Hope for a Worry Free Christmas

by Bill Shorten Federal Shadow Minister for Government Services and NDIS It's just 24 days until Christmas. After a rough year, peace on earth and goodwill to all may look like the triumph of hope over experience as a Christmas ...
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VMC Recognizing Multicultural Community leaders

Recognizing Leaders in Multicultural Communities

The Andrews Labor Government is ensuring outstanding multicultural community leaders, members and organisations who have made significant contributions to multiculturalism in Victoria receive the honour and recognition they deserve. Minister for Multicultural Affairs Ros Spence and Victorian Multicultural Commission Chairperson ...
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Pregnancy and covid-19 vaccination info if jabbed overseas

Pregnancy and COVID-19 vaccines and information if vaccinated overseas

Everyone in Australia 12 years of age and over can have a free COVID-19 vaccine at participating pharmacies, doctors' clinics, and government clinics. While more than 80 per cent of people in Australia aged 16 and over are now fully ...
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Theekshitha Karthik wins Prime Minister’s Spelling Bee Award

Winners meet the PM in Canberra This year’s best young spellers met with Prime Minister Scott Morrison today after winning the Prime Minister’s Spelling Bee in June. Making the Indian Australia diaspora proud was Theekshitha Karthik of Haileybury College in ...
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Parag Agrawal is the New Twitter CEO

It has started to sound like routine when an Indian is appointed to head an American, global company. After decades of such accomplishments by Indians in the US, comes the latest feather in India’s cap - Parag Agrawal being appointed ...
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Blood Cancer medicine Venclexta on PBS

Venetoclax (Venclexta®) on PBS from December 1, 2021

Vital cancer treatment is now available through Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) for more Australians living with blood cancer   The Leukaemia Foundation welcomes the Federal Government’s announcement that the targeted cancer treatment Venetoclax (Venclexta®), will be added to Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) from ...
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Online trolls New Laws Australi8a

Morrison government to fight online trolls and strengthen defamation laws

In a world-leading move, the Morrison Government will introduce new court powers to force global social media giants to unmask anonymous online trolls and better protect Australians online. The reforms will be some of the strongest powers in the world ...
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FAKE tradies warning Victorian Gov

Victorians Urged To Be Wary Of Fake Tradies

With warmer weather approaching, Victorians are being reminded to make sure any building or maintenance work they’re seeking to undertake is completed by a legitimate, qualified tradesperson. Consumer Affairs Victoria received more than 129 reports of fake tradies during the ...
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Top Victorian High Schools

Know all Top High Schools in your area to choose one for your child

Better Education, a free online community website has done ranking of schools in Victoria. After factoring in the 2020 results, it is good news for all students and parents who showed confidence in state schools. All four of the select ...
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Religious Discrimination Bill 2021

Religious Discrimination Bill to protect faith communities in Australia

In any society, anti-discrimination laws play an essential role in protecting the liberty of its citizens. They should not have to “look over their shoulder” or worry about being discriminated against for their genuinely held beliefs, be it a matter ...
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More women in India than men

For the 1st time India has more women than men

In a country and culture where the practice to abort the female child still continues (though illegally), this news will come as a shock to many. For the first time, India has more women than men as its population. There ...
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Are Priyanka Chopra Nick Jonas splitting?

Are Priyanka Nick splitting? Priyanka Chopra roasts the Jonas family

When Priyanka Chopra (PC as she loved to be known as) married American singer Nick Jonas in 2018, some seriously speculated the union will not last beyond months, it did. The question has again cropped up – Are Priyanka Nick ...
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Narendra Modi

Modi’s Repeal of farm laws is a political Masterstroke

Prime Minister Narendra Modi spooked every political analyst in the world by announcing the repeal of three controversial farm laws passed last year against which farmers have been protesting for more than a year. Making the surprise announcement during a ...
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Sikhs file FIR against Kangana Ranaut

FIR against Kangana Ranaut for calling khalistanis ‘mosquitoes’

An FIR has been filed against Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut for allegedly using insulting language towards the pro-khalistan Sikhs in a social media post. But the way the post was written (which seems to have been taken off now), it ...
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Young Australians financial security anxiety

Understanding young Australians and their concerns

New research from the Monash Centre for Youth Policy and Education Practice (CYPEP), has found that young Australians are experiencing anxiety related to financial security more than ever before. The 2021 Australian Youth Barometer was conducted by the CYPEP and surveyed over ...
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PM Modi's photo on COVID Vax certificate challenged

Notice to Centre on PM Modi’s photo on Indian Vax certificate

Peter Myaliparampil, an activist in Kerala (India) has filed a petition in the Kerala High Court challenging the use of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s photo on the COVID vaccination certificates and to have the photo removed from the COVID vaccination ...
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New Footscray Hospital project has plenty of construction jobs

Looking for work? Join the New Footscray Hospital construction workforce

Victorian jobseekers are invited to join the New Footscray Hospital construction workforce, with the Andrews Labor Government today launching a new Jobs Hub in the heart of Footscray. Minister for Training and Skills Gayle Tierney officially opened the New Footscray ...
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Restrictions to go from this weekend

Victoria hits 90 per cent Vax Rate – restrictions to go from this weekend

Victoria is on its way to becoming one of the most vaccinated places in the world, with nearly all remaining restrictions to go statewide for fully vaccinated people from 11:59pm tonight. With Victoria set to hit the 90 per cent ...
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