Extradition of Puneet adjourned again to March 18

Australia’s request for extradition of hit-run driver Puneet, who fled Australia after admitting to killing 19-year-old Queensland nursing student, Dean Hofstee and injuring Clancy Coker, in Southbank in October 2008, has again been adjourned to March 18. Puneet has used almost every excuse under the sun and is now re-usingRead More →

Sikh Grammar School Sydney Australia

Sikh Grammar School in Rouse Hill in Sydney will welcome students of all backgrounds It is a good news story for the Indian Australian community, particularly, the Sikh community based in New South Wales and in the North West of Sydney. Sikh Grammar School in Rouse Hill will be theRead More →

Magic of social media at display in India

India in 2021 and its citizens at work A perfect example of social media can make life easier for people has been seen on twitter this week. How the magic of social media can spring surprises cannot better manifest than this story of the Prime Minister’s office connecting with theRead More →

$8 Million funding for multicultural communities

The Andrews Labor Government’s CALD Communities Taskforce is continuing to partner with local communities to make sure they get the support they need throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Minister for Multicultural Affairs Ros Spence today announced up to $8 million 2nd phase funding for local groups so they can continue to supportRead More →

JobSeeker $25 a week increment

The Morrison Government is enhancing our social security safety net by increasing support for unemployed Australians while strengthening their obligations to search for work. Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed that the JobSeeker rate for almost two million Australians will increase by $25 a week from April 1 after theRead More →

Perseverance Rover landing on Mars NASA

An ecstatic team at NASA has unveiled the first video and coloured images of the Perseverance landing on Mars, accompanied by the first sound recording of the Martian surface. The video by a series of high-definition video cameras on the backshell, skycrane and rover itself, has captured what it is like toRead More →

Neil Angus

Victorian multicultural groups that have missed out on much needed funding will be furious to learn that the Andrews Labor Government has funnelled money out of grants, set aside for these groups, to fund election campaigns. Yesterday’s Victorian Auditor-General’s Office report into Grants to the Migrant Workers Centre uncovered another Red Shirts-styleRead More →