by Ash Raina, Kashmiri Pandits Australia (KPA) With a heavy, but strong, heart, I am writing this to tell the world about the emotions going through after watching the latest Hindi blockbuster, “The Kashmir Files – Right to Justice”, or TKF for the gen X audience. Kashyapa reclaimed the land
by Anthony Albanese, Federal leader of the Opposition and Labor member for Grayndler The global shift to reduce carbon emissions is driving fundamental changes in the global economy. Renewable energy is not coming. It is here. And because it is clean and cheap, it offers us great opportunities. In Australia,
by Anthony Albanese Australians are a positive people. But even the most optimistic among us must be discouraged by the wage stagnation caused by the Morrison-Joyce government. The cost of living is going up. Australians see it every time we visit a supermarket, fill up at a petrol station or
26th January: A Day of Reflection A statement on Australia Day by Edmund Rice Centre On 26th January 1788, Captain Arthur Phillip raised the Union Jack and proclaimed British sovereignty over the eastern part of the Australian continent. What historically started as a day to celebrate the founding of the
INDIA REPUBLIC DAY 2022 Namaste to everyone celebrating India’s Republic Day. It is a wonderful co-incidence of history that Australia shares its national holiday with India— 26 January. There is an easiness, a natural connection, between our two cultures, and a deep friendship. Australians call it mateship. Indians call it dosti.
by Anthony Albanese Australians are not backward in coming forward when asked to give feedback to their political leaders. That’s a good thing about democracy. On the weekend I completed a 10-day tour of Queensland, starting in Cairns and moving south nearly 1700km to Brisbane, with visits to all large
MESSAGE FOR CHRISTMAS Merry Christmas to all Australians and so many around the world as you gather together to celebrate the birth of Christ and the festive season. Christmas represents both a time of happiness and thankfulness for the good in our lives, and of reflection and renewed hope as
By Anthony Albanese Everywhere I travel, Australian business owners describe the same frustration. They can’t find enough workers to run their businesses. Although Australia is reopening after the COVID lockdowns, worker shortages are holding back our recovery. It is a problem right across the economy, but is particularly serious in