Modi Morrison catch up over the phone

Strengthening Australia India bilateral relations, Australian and Indian Prime Ministers seem to be getting along very well. There seems to be no hesitation – no ice to break between the two leaders or the two nations as both can talk to each other to exchange notes and learn from eachRead More →

India v Australia cricket 2020-21 summer

Cricket Australia extends its gratitude to the millions of fans across Australia and around the world who tuned in to watch cricket this summer ensuring that the men’s and women’s international and Big Bash seasons were among the most watched on record, despite the many challenges presented by the globalRead More →

Neil Angus

Victorian multicultural groups that have missed out on much needed funding will be furious to learn that the Andrews Labor Government has funnelled money out of grants, set aside for these groups, to fund election campaigns. Yesterday’s Victorian Auditor-General’s Office report into Grants to the Migrant Workers Centre uncovered another Red Shirts-styleRead More →

Lockdown ends midnight 17 Feb

Announced last Friday for 5 days, Victoria’s snap “short, sharp circuit-breaker” lockdown will end at 11.59PM tonight. With only two cases reported yesterday as locally acquired and the other two as hotel quarantine, there was hope that the lockdown would not be extended. And with zero new cases recorded inRead More →

5-day lockdown in Melbourne

Ever since we heard there were problems with hotel quarantine at the Holiday Inn at Melbourne Airport and Victoria had the UK strain of the virus which is a lot more contagious and a whole lot more dangerous, everyone feared the worst. And today, their worst fears have been realized.Read More →