The beachside Frankston Waterfront has been transformed into a sand sculpting wonderland – with over 3,500 tonnes of sand sculpted into a sand zoo for all to enjoy. Visitors to the Frankston waterfront have been amazed at the sheer detail and realism of the animals on display at Sand SculptingRead More →

Melbourne, January 7: The 25-year-old Victoria university student had big dreams of becoming an architect. Hassan Asif, moved to Melbourne from Pakistan in 2014 on a student visa before being diagnosed with advanced skin cancer in April. Being too sick to fly home to Pakistan, where he had once hopedRead More →

Canberra: Innovators and entrepreneurs will be encouraged to bring their ideas to Australia with visa reforms to attract talented and highly educated people under the Coalition Government’s National Innovation and Science Agenda. A new Entrepreneur Visa will be introduced to attract innovative talent and changes will be made to retainRead More →

Parminder met Nikita’s family as ‘Robin’ Melbourne, December 17: Within two days of coming back from India, Parminder Singh, murdered his wife Nikita in the early hours of 9 January 2015 at their Waxman Parade flat in West Brunswick. Parminder who had come to Australia in 2006 met Nikita inRead More →

2014: $110 million – 117 diplomas December 22: The Sydney training college, Australian Institute of Professional Education (AIPE) has had its licence cancelled by the ASQA. The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) cancelled the registration of Australian Institute of Professional Education Pty Ltd (RTO number 91437) (“AIPE”) as a providerRead More →