Sydney, April 21: At least 60 percent of international students who work in Sydney are being paid below the federally mandated minimum wage of $17.29 per hour, according to a University of Sydney Business School survey. When measured against applicable award rates, the survey found that an even greater numberRead More →

L-NP 50% cf. ALP 50% as per Roy Morgan poll Government Confidence falls 7pts to 99 – lowest since Turnbull became PM. In mid-April L-NP support is 50% (down 2.5%) cf. ALP 50% (up 2.5%) on a two-party preferred basis following debate about the reintroduction of the ABCC (Australian BuildingRead More →

International Students targeted for ghost ‘essay writing’ services Melbourne, April 17: The University of Melbourne is in the midst of trialling a new system to help stamp-out instances of contract cheating. The trial focuses on Cadmus, an online editing and authentication system designed and developed within the University, in collaborationRead More →

Tell the truth and shed the Credlin baggage Infidelity represents the un-vowed aspiration of a very special kind, which would lead the man to the opposite of his wife, to the ‘’woman of wax’’ whom he could model at will, make and unmake in any way he wished, Marguerite Duras,Read More →

By Amulya Ganguli  Even if Narendra Modi hasn’t lived up to the expectations which he aroused two years ago, he is still the best person for turning India into a modern and economically advanced country. The claim about modernity may seem odd considering that the medievalists of the saffron brotherhoodRead More →

April 15: Wyndham City welcomes the State Government’s announcement that it will get on with delivering the Western Distributor, but is concerned that Wyndham residents may face even longer traffic delays. A second river crossing is a much needed step forward for Wyndham residents, many of whom are forced toRead More →

Melbourne, April 11: The Australia India Institute (AII) is delighted to announce a ground-breaking network of post-doctoral positions across Australia for scholars studying India. The Institute’s Director, Professor Craig Jeffrey, said the New Generation Network (NGN) would stake the AII’s claim as a world-leading centre for India studies. The NGNRead More →