“Now is the time to open up”, says Daniel Andrews Finally, Melbourne’s coronavirus restrictions will start to ease from 11:59pm Tonight, a cautious and a tiny bit cheerful Premier Daniel Andrews announced yesterday. There was no new case of COVID-19 recorded yesterday. It gave the Premier a reason to feel
Millions of Australian mangoes will soon be on their way to key export markets around the world, thanks to support from the Liberal-National Government’s International Freight Assistance Mechanism (IFAM). With a $317.1 million funding boost in the Federal Budget, IFAM continues to support Australian exporters, including our mango growers to
A game-changer for children with intellectual disabilities Learning to become independent is a crucial developmental milestone for all children, but for children with an intellectual disability, mastering everyday activities life skills can be an uphill battle. Now, a new virtual reality (VR) program developed by the University of South Australia is poised
Council elections 2020 have shown Indian Victorians are now eager to make a contribution in areas of society in their adopted home. With more than 130 of them contesting elections, it is evident they want to partake in the decision building processes that affect them directly. Hume council is no
Last month, the Federal Court criticized the conduct of the Acting Immigration Minister Alan Tudge and said he had “unlawfully deprived” the man PDWL – an Afghani asylum seeker of his liberty, after the minister failed to immediately release PDWL from immigration detention once he was awarded a temporary protection visa.
Dr Shirin Malekpour, a senior lecturer at the Monash Sustainable Development Institute (MSDI), has been selected by UN Secretary-General António Guterresto to be part of the Independent Group of Scientists that will draft the UN’s 2023 Global Sustainable Development Report (GSDR). Dr Shirin Malekpour is the only Australian among 15
The 2nd Asia Pacific Screen Forum celebrates cultural diversity and cinematic excellence by linking screen creatives across the vast Asia Pacific as never before. The 6-day conference will deliver a hit of optimism on what the future of the industry has in store as it regenerates after a tumultuous year globally.