Bill Shorten Christmas Hope

by Bill Shorten Federal Shadow Minister for Government Services and NDIS It’s just 24 days until Christmas. After a rough year, peace on earth and goodwill to all may look like the triumph of hope over experience as a Christmas wish, but I’m an optimist. I want the Omicron COVID-19Read More →

VMC Recognizing Multicultural Community leaders

The Andrews Labor Government is ensuring outstanding multicultural community leaders, members and organisations who have made significant contributions to multiculturalism in Victoria receive the honour and recognition they deserve. Minister for Multicultural Affairs Ros Spence and Victorian Multicultural Commission Chairperson Viv Nguyen today announced that nominations are open for theRead More →

Winners meet the PM in Canberra This year’s best young spellers met with Prime Minister Scott Morrison today after winning the Prime Minister’s Spelling Bee in June. Making the Indian Australia diaspora proud was Theekshitha Karthik of Haileybury College in Melbourne. The Prime Minister’s Spelling Bee is a national spellingRead More →

Blood Cancer medicine Venclexta on PBS

Vital cancer treatment is now available through Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) for more Australians living with blood cancer   The Leukaemia Foundation welcomes the Federal Government’s announcement that the targeted cancer treatment Venetoclax (Venclexta®), will be added to Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) from 1 December 2021 for Australians living with acute myeloid leukaemiaRead More →

FAKE tradies warning Victorian Gov

With warmer weather approaching, Victorians are being reminded to make sure any building or maintenance work they’re seeking to undertake is completed by a legitimate, qualified tradesperson. Consumer Affairs Victoria received more than 129 reports of fake tradies during the past financial year. Consumers lost money in more than 70Read More →