Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Multiculturalism

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Govt funds to multicultural communities help them recover from Covid

Multicultural organisations can continue supporting vulnerable communities with the help of additional COVID-19 funding from the NSW Government. Minister for Multiculturalism Mark Coure said the...

NSW recognises people for supporting state’s multicultural communities at Harmony Dinner

The outstanding contributions of 16 people and organisations were recognised at the Premier’s annual Harmony Dinner in Sydney last night (Tuesday, March 1). NSW Premier...

Free tickets availabe for premier’s gala concert at NSW Seniors Festival

Christine Anu, Shannon Noll and Phil Burton from Human Nature will lead the line-up for the highly anticipated Premier's Gala Concerts during this year's...

Over $1.1 million grant for 285 multi-cultural community organisations

The Andrews Labor Government is supporting multicultural and multifaith communities to reconnect and celebrate with funding for cultural festivals and events across the state. Minister...

Community facilities to be built for multicultural celebrations

The Andrews Labor Government is helping build new, accessible spaces where Victoria’s multicultural communities can celebrate their history and culture. Minister for Multicultural Affairs Ros...

Jobs for multicultural Australians in care and support sector

Multicultural Australians are being encouraged to consider a career in care and support, including disability, aged care and veterans’ support. Culturally and Linguistically Diverse people...

PM unveils Mahatma Gandhi’s statue at Rowville, Victoria; vandalised

Prime Minister Scott Morrison unveiled a statue of Mahatma Gandhi at the Australian Indian community Centre at Rowville, Victoria, last week. The statue was...

Opera House in full Diwali splendour

The iconic sails of the Sydney Opera House shimmered in gold to mark the Diwali festival, celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists and Jains around...

NSW govt launches initiatives to counter racist online content

Young people will be empowered to counter online hate and misinformation following a NSW Government funding boost to a range of programs addressing racism. Minister...

Bandana Cultural School (BCS) holds online Durga Puja festival with gaiety

Indranil Halder No durga idol, no food stall, no face to face adda or chin wagging. Sydney is still in lockdown. Online live 2021 Durga...
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Widespread rain to return in NSW, Victoria this week

New South Wales and Victoria are being told to brace for a multi-day rain event, as a cold front and low pressure system sweep across the nation. It comes after...
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Holden recalls almost 14,000 Commodores over brake defect

General Motors has recalled almost 14,000 Holden ZB Commodores due to fears the vehicle's brake booster could fail. A recall notice for the European-sourced machine...

Man accused of stabbing Sydney woman was best man at her wedding

The man accused of allegedly stabbing a woman at the doorstep of her Sydney home was her husband's best man at their wedding. Police said Helen Coulston, 45,...

Punjab releases Rs 32 cr to improve cancer treatment and drug de-addiction infra

The Finance, Planning, Excise and Taxation Minister Harpal Singh Cheema on Tuesday said that the Finance Department has released a grant of Rs 32...