Ever since China’s misadventures began through various initiatives in and around neighbouring countries in Asia, be it ‘Belt and Road’ initiatives or the skirmishes it continues to carry at the top end of India, its intentions seem to be getting more and more brazen. That only accentuates the importance India
Free ‘Lunch and Learn’ webinars for jobseekers during October, Mental Health Month Paralympic Matt Levy understands a thing or two about overcoming obstacles. Born at 15 weeks premature with cerebral palsy and vision impairment, Matt has survived over 50 operations on his brain, heart, lungs and ears. Incredibly, he has
With news this week that the Victorian State Government is keen to return Melbourne to COVID-normal, a quarter of the workforce in high-risk industries such as abattoirs and supermarkets will be tested for COVID-19 regardless of whether they have symptoms or not. With the Victorian Government wanting to drive up testing
Results from a major national research study reveal that demand for travel amongst the Australian Indian community is strong, with 42% of survey respondents likely to go for travel for leisure within 1-3 months of travel restrictions easing. Furthermore, 100% of respondents are likely to take between 1-3 leisure travel trips
In the given uncertainties of post COVID-19 ‘new normal’, bilateral relations between powerhouses in the world will go a long way to bring the economic reconstruction strategies on track. India and Australia, although have a lot in common, their bilateral relations have been – not at the top of their
Kyle Magee, 36, has stopped work at Adani’s Abbot Point coal terminal this morning by walking into the port and locking himself to coal loading infrastructure. Magee, using a colourfully painted and decorated metal elbow lock called a ‘love on’ attached himself to a coal conveyor belt to disrupt work.
A lightweight mobile CT scanner small enough to fit into standard ambulances, has been designed and developed by Monash University in partnership with Micro-X and could provide faster stroke diagnosis at the point of care. Stroke is a leading cause of death and long-term disability in Australia and the second
While the risk of a deliberate nuclear exchange is still small between the United States and China, there is a growing risk of inadvertent nuclear use according to new research from the United States Studies Centre. And in this US-China nuclear relationship, Australia needs to be more proactive the study suggests.