Today is the start of Term 4 in Victoria. Schools have reopened after break and not all school children in Victoria are allowed back from today. Here is how children will be allowed back in a staggered way to recommence face-to-face learning after the reopening of Victorian schools: Children going
Covishield (AstraZeneca/by Serum Institute of India) is a recognized vaccine in Australia On Friday, October 1, the Australian National Cabinet met and noted the Commonwealth’s updated progress to adjust border settings to allow for safe and secure international travel by fully vaccinated Australians citizens and permanent residents. And there is
The Victorian Government is ensuring students in regional Victoria can return to face-to-face learning as soon as possible – with a plan outlined to return regional schools quickly and safely in Term Four, alongside extra measures to protect school communities and detect outbreaks as early as possible. A staggered return
After returning from the US and quarantining in Canberra, Prime Minister Scott Morrison spoke on WebEx webinar to brief the Indian media on his meeting in Washington with PM Narendra Modi, the Quad leaders summit and Australia-India relations. “There’s always plenty for Narendra and I to be discussing in what
by Bill Shorten, Shadow Minister for the National Disability Insurance Scheme, Shadow Minister for Government Services In August 2020, one of Melbourne’s luxe bayside suburbs, Albert Park, was the site of a terrible and sad tale. In the middle of the city’s second hard lockdown, the residents of a private
Thanks to Darcie Brown tremendous performance, Indian women’s cricket team has been outplayed in every aspect of the game in their opening ODI against Australia. The Indians desperately need their top-order players – both batters and bowlers to find form and fire up against an in-form Australia in the Day-Night
The Victorian Government is ensuring culturally diverse Victorians doing it tough can still put food on the table by helping more multicultural organisations provide crucial food relief to communities during the pandemic. Minister for Multicultural Affairs Ros Spence today announced the opening of $2.7 million in grants through the Priority Response
Commonwealth Bank and Cricket Australia have announced the renewal of its long-running partnership for a further three years, extending its commitment to the game at all levels. Partnering with Cricket Australia for more than 30 years, Commonwealth Bank has had a significant impact on many touch points across the game.
Largest Partner Visa program in over 25 years India has been the second biggest beneficiary of the 2020-21 migration program, only second to China from the largest number of migrants were awarded settlement visas under the program. More than 6,000 Indians partner visa program applicants were reunited with their partners.
The Victorian Government is supporting multicultural and multifaith communities to reconnect, celebrate and share their culture through COVIDsafe festivals and events in 2022 with grants available for community festivals and events. Minister for Multicultural Affairs Ros Spence today announced the opening of the next round of the Multicultural Festivals and