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NSW’s ‘Cost of Living’ service delivers big savings for households

By at October 25, 2018 | 12:33 am | 0 Comment

NSW’s ‘Cost of Living’ service delivers big savings for households

The NSW Liberals and Nationals Government’s Cost of Living service is helping residents across the state access more than 40 NSW Government rebates and savings from around 12 separate agencies, through Service NSW’s one-stop-shop centres and online. On average, eligible customers are walking away with more than $500 back in their pockets through the service. more...

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Community language school teaching offers migrant women a pathway to new opportunity

By at September 11, 2018 | 2:29 am | 0 Comment

Community language school teaching offers migrant women a pathway to new opportunity

New research on community languages teachers in NSW has revealed the majority are university-educated migrant women struggling to return to work and further study after raising families. In NSW, 2,900 community language teachers volunteer their time each week to teach 36,000 students 54 non-English languages – from Arabic to Vietnamese – outside school hours, playing more...

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IABCA held a networking event to honour 2018 finalists

By at September 8, 2018 | 2:01 am | 0 Comment

IABCA held a networking event to honour 2018 finalists

IABCA celebrates migrant entrepreneurship and community leadership  and its founder - Sonia Sadiq Gandhi is keen to enhance India Australia Relations. The fifth Annual India Australia Business & Community Awards platform held an exclusive event in honour of their talented pool of 2018 IABCA finalists from across the nation. This intimate gathering bought together more...

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AISECS aims to enhance India-Australia relationship

By at September 5, 2018 | 6:50 pm | 0 Comment

AISECS aims to enhance India-Australia relationship

Australian Indian Sports, Educational and Cultural Society (AISECS) , a not-for-profit Australian organisation aims to promote, enhance and facilitate sports, education and cultural investment between Australia and India. Gurnam Singh, the Founder of AISECS strongly believe that Australia-India relations have always been unique and special. Cricket, hockey and football more...

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New video campaign launched to curb ‘Identity thefts’

By at July 31, 2018 | 11:57 pm | 0 Comment

New video campaign launched to curb ‘Identity thefts’

A council in one of the state’s identity-theft hotspots is fighting back against fraudsters with a new video campaign to protect residents all over NSW.  Attorney General Mark Speakman has today launched Strathfield Municipal Council’s Protect Your ID, Protect U video that blows the lid on common identity theft scams and shows people how to avoid being more...

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Government to start ‘Body cameras’ trail for NSW prison officers

By at July 26, 2018 | 8:16 pm | 0 Comment

Government to start ‘Body cameras’ trail for  NSW prison officers

Frontline prison officers will wear body cameras in a nine-month trial at seven maximum security prisons from September 2018. The footage will place officer safety front and centre by increasing transparency and providing better accountability over incidents involving inmates or visitors. More than 40 cameras will be used in the trial at: Metropolitan Remand and more...

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From ‘Beauty services’ to ‘events’: Malti Kumar

By at July 16, 2018 | 1:43 am | 0 Comment

From ‘Beauty services’ to ‘events’: Malti Kumar

Beauty is everyone’s concern and Malti Kumar’s ‘Appearance Beauty Clinic’ has been keen to provide unique services to their clients by taking care of all beauty needs while serving as a peaceful, beautiful retreat.   Malti Kumar has been in beauty industry for last 21 years and ever since there is nothing which could stop her. She moved to Australia more...

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Community languages school raise the bar

By at June 9, 2018 | 10:20 pm | 0 Comment

Community languages school raise the bar

Teachers in up to ten Community Languages Schools are to begin a trial that will include up to 1000 students aimed at boosting the quality of teaching in those schools. The Sydney Institute of Community Languages Education (SICLE), established by Sydney University, has contracted a company to supply new learning management tools, which are also designed to improve more...

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Religious group given private briefings on Ruddock Review recommendations : NSL Ambassador

By at May 28, 2018 | 2:51 am | 0 Comment

Religious group given private briefings on Ruddock Review recommendations : NSL Ambassador

"The religious publication 'Eternity' has reported that the Freedom For Faith group is being given privileged and private briefings on the recommendations of the Ruddock Review by the Turnbull government," says science communicator and National Secular Lobby ambassador Associate Professor Paul Willis. "It gives credible evidence that conservative politicians and more...

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‘Liberals won’t stand for Foley’s ‘White Flight’ comments’

By at May 27, 2018 | 2:44 am | 0 Comment

‘Liberals won’t stand for  Foley’s ‘White  Flight’ comments’

Minister for Multiculturalism Ray Williams and Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier Scott Farlow hosted a roundtable in Strathfield today with multicultural community leaders to stamp out racism. Williams said Luke Foley’s ‘White Flight’ comments were deeply divisive, dangerous and nasty. “The language he has used is desperate and inflammatory. It goes to more...

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