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Omar Chowdhury Ways presented by 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art


4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art is pleased to present Ways, the first major solo exhibition by Dhaka and Sydney-based Australian artist Omar Chowdhury. Chowdhury has spent the past two years working in the country of his birth, one of ...

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Coles mounts campaign to recognise unsung community heroes


Coles has mounted a major national campaign to recognise “unsung community heroes” in its supermarkets, Coles Express and liquor outlets across Australia. As part of its 100th birthday as an Australian-owned company this year, Coles has launched the Coles Community ...

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Hindus want “Yoga Room” at Sydney’s second airport


Hindus have asked for including “Yoga Room” in the plan for $2.4 billion Sydney’s second international airport, which was recently approved by Australia government. Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today, said that this new ...

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Snow continues to fall at Thredbo


Australia’s premier snow resort, Thredbo, has received new snowfall this morning, following the year’s first snowfall earlier this week. Preparing itself for an exciting winter, the conditions in Thredbo today saw a light dusting of snow all the way to ...

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Racial discrimination act forum with Subcontinent Communities


Join a panel of community leaders to discuss the future of racism in Australia. Share your experiences. Learn more about the government’s proposals to weaken racial discrimination law.

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Melbourne community festival to celebrate Buddha’s Birthday


Multicultural Melbourne on display as it celebrates highlight of Buddhist calendar Melbourne’s Federation Square is set to come alive on the weekend of 26 and 27 April, with a vibrant multicultural celebration and spectacle of activities celebrating the most significant ...

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Red Cross Emergency Services team meet Royal Family


Red Cross Emergency Services volunteers who worked on the front lines of last October’s bushfires in the Blue Mountains were proud to join with fellow volunteers to meet the Royal Family on their official visit to the Blue Mountains today. ...

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Customers driving major change at Origin


The nation’s largest energy retailer Origin has responded to customer feedback and announced a number of changes to the way it does business. A recent survey conducted by Galaxy Research shows consumers want more from their energy providers, with 83 ...

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Pete Bethune, Earthrace Conservation, applauds International court verdict on Japanese whaling


The International Court of Justice in The Hague today (Monday, 31 March 2014) found in favor of Australia and New Zealand in the court case against Japan’s so-called Research Whaling in Antarctica. Earthrace Conservation founder Pete Bethune, who was at ...

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NSW Labor hosts subcontinental media at parliament house


NSW Opposition Leader John Robertson has affirmed Labor’s bond with Australians of subcontinental background – promising to oppose any watering down of Anti Racial Discrimination protections and develop a bold policy agenda for hospitals, schools, transport infrastructure and jobs. On ...

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