Colin Brooks - Budget 2023

The Andrews Labor Government is continuing its support for multicultural Victorians and cementing the state’s reputation as the multicultural capital of Australia through the Victorian Budget 2023/24. The Budget invests around $120 million in Victoria’s multicultural communities with funding for festivals, infrastructure, education and support programs. We’re also combating racism, which hasRead More →

Doing What Matters-Budget 2023

Private Schools, Property Investors and Big Businesses to pay more to repay state’s Covid debt When Victorian treasurer Tim Pallas delivered Budget 2023 yesterday, many conservative commentators including Melbourne’s most listened to 3AW radio host Neil Mitchell (today) labeled it as ‘anti-business’ which will drive businesses out of Victoria. “CloseRead More →

Tim Pallas Budget 2023-BT

Funding for Hindi and Punjabi schools – promised during election 2022, delivered The Victorian multicultural communities are, perhaps the biggest winners in this year’s budget 2023-24 handed down by the state treasurer Tim Pallas just hours ago. There is no doubt the diverse Victorian communities are not simply important butRead More →

Funding for TECCA Community Hall

Andrews’ government supports inclusive and cultural community projects including TECCA Deanside and The Basin Ganesh Temple Andrews Labor Government is investing in more community building projects across Melbourne, helping local councils and community groups strengthen local culture and wellbeing. Minister for Suburban Development Ros Spence today announced more than $1.6Read More →

More help for CALD Communities Children

More CALD Communities children and families from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds are accessing and attending kindergarten, thanks to council-led outreach programs supported by the Andrews Labor Government. Premier Daniel Andrews and Minister for Early Childhood and Pre-Prep, Ingrid Stitt today visited Springvale Service for Children to receive anRead More →

Hon. Susan Ley Hon. Jason Wood - CALD communities

The Federal Opposition has revealed that the Albanese Government is leaving – the CALD (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities), Australia’s multicultural communities behind when it comes to skills and training opportunities. When the Coalition was in Government it launched a dedicated campaign to inform Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities about skillsRead More →


The film, The Kerala Story is another film after The Kashmir Files, which has the Indian liberals now losing sleep over the country’s potential destruction of peace and community harmony. The film is a compilation of the true stories of three young girls from different parts of Kerala, claim theRead More →