Majority of Australian children (78%) are getting less than the recommended daily amount of exercise, with one in four (28%) getting less than half, according to new research released today. The research, commissioned by MILO, found that: 61% of parents expressed concern that their children weren’t getting enough activity; andRead More →

April 12: The BAPS Shri Swamninarayan Mandir – Rosehill held a Walkathon on Sunday morning at the Auburn Botanic Gardens to raise much needed funds for the Westmead Medical Research Foundation. Labor Opposition Leader Luke Foley and Member of the Legislative Council Daniel Mookhey were excited to join the participantsRead More →

Going back to a history of almost 2100 years, FOOD is exactly what identifies the little-known Jewish Indian community – ‘Parsis’ as they are loosely referred to in India. However, Mumbai-born Jews, Salome Erulkar and Jennifer Mordechai are vociferous to be specifically known as “Jewish-Indian”. In fact, “Parsis are ZoroastriansRead More →

This month, members of the Indian community are being urged to take action to protect themselves from stroke by taking part in Australia’s Biggest Blood Pressure Check. During April, Stroke Foundation, in partnership with Priceline Pharmacy, is aiming to deliver 50,000 free blood pressure checks around the country and raiseRead More →

MAKE A PENINSULA PLEDGE This April, Bayside Shopping Centre is encouraging the Frankston community and the wider Mornington Peninsula to get creative to raise awareness of domestic violence, and also to highlight the fantastic work that is already being done to assist those in need. Supporting local charity WAYSS, theRead 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 →

Melbourne, April 6: Australia’s Special Envoy for Trade, the Hon Andrew Robb AO MP, today met industry and education sector leaders in India, including the Minister of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Sri Rajiv Pratap Rudy, to progress education and training cooperation. Mr Robb was accompanied by Australia’s Education Ambassador toRead More →