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‘A celebration of womanhood at Grand Marion’

By at March 27, 2014 | 4:03 pm | 0 Comment

‘A celebration of womanhood at Grand Marion’

It was the perfect opening for the Grand Marion on March 15, 2014 , as it hosted the  first ever function welcoming Michelle Rowland and nearly 120  sub –continent women  who were there to listen to Michelle’s first hand  experiences about her recent  trip to India.   It was an ideal celebration to mark the end of the Women's International Day and a day more...

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Media to be granted court access to broadcast sentencing proceedings

By at March 26, 2014 | 3:35 pm | 0 Comment

Media to be granted court access to broadcast sentencing proceedings

The government is considering new legislation to allow the media to broadcast sentencing proceedings in criminal trials.   NSW Attorney General Greg Smith SC has revealed plans to use broadcast technology to “demystify” the court process, with the aim of making the courts more open and accountable to the community. Under the proposal, final court more...

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‘O’Farrell must stand up to Brandis on ‘Bigot’ comments’

By at March 26, 2014 | 3:20 pm | 0 Comment

‘O’Farrell must stand up to Brandis on ‘Bigot’ comments’

NSW Labor has demanded Premier Barry O’Farrell to  condemn and distance himself from the Federal Liberal Government’s plans to water down the Racial Discrimination Act – as well as Attorney General George Brandis’ offensive comments that “people have a right to be bigots you know”. The Federal Liberal Government is moving to remove Section 18C of the Act. more...

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‘For better, for verse’: Rekha Rajvanshi

By at March 26, 2014 | 2:49 pm | 0 Comment

‘For better, for verse’: Rekha Rajvanshi

For Rekha Rajvanshi, it won’t be wrong to call her cultural crusader, as she has represented India and India’ national Language ‘Hindi’ at various occasions in Australia and India. It needs extra ordinary expertise to promote a language which very few people understand and speak but it is a passion for Rekha Rajvanshi, a Hindi writer and poet of the Australian more...

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Be ‘Winter Wise’

By at March 24, 2014 | 3:47 pm | 0 Comment

Be ‘Winter Wise’

Health Minister Jillian Skinner has urged the people of NSW to prepare for the influenza season and Be Winter Wise before the full force of the season hits. While anyone can get the flu and everyone should protect themselves against it, NSW Health’s ‘Be Winter Wise’ campaign is focusing on pregnant women, the elderly and people with chronic medical more...

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‘NSW Labor hosts sub continental media at Parliament house’

By at March 24, 2014 | 1:54 pm | 0 Comment

‘NSW Labor hosts sub continental media at Parliament house’

NSW Opposition Leader John Robertson has affirmed Labor’s bond with Australians of sub continental 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. Robertson hosted a special NSW Labor round table at Parliament House last week with more...

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Suman Kapoor gets NRI of the Year 2014 award from Times Now

By at March 21, 2014 | 3:08 pm | 0 Comment

Suman Kapoor gets NRI of the Year 2014 award from Times Now

Suman Kapoor a New Zealand based NRI and a leading social activist, received NRI of the Year 2014 award in the category of Philanthropy and social good. Hailing from a Business family, Suman has successfully served various non-profit organizations at different positions back in India. Suman is presently the chairperson of Global Organization of People of Indian more...

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Liberal government needs to take a stand against racism : Guy Zangari

By at March 20, 2014 | 3:47 pm | 0 Comment

Liberal government needs to take a stand against racism :  Guy Zangari

The O’Farrell Liberal Government refused to stand up to the Abbott Liberal Government over moves to remove vital protections against racial vilification. Shadow Minister for Citizenship and Communities Guy Zangari said it was disappointing that the O’Farrell Liberal Government had refused to oppose the watering down of Racial Discrimination legislation. The more...

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Labor proposes a minimum of 5 years to maximum of 16 years sentence, in alcohol fuelled violence

By at March 20, 2014 | 2:04 pm | 0 Comment

Labor proposes a minimum of 5 years to maximum of 16 years sentence, in alcohol fuelled violence

NSW Opposition Leader John Robertson has welcomed the decision of the NSW Upper House to support Labor’s amendments to new alcohol laws. NSW Labor put forward common sense amendments that would create a single and straightforward ‘gross violence’ offence for offenders who inflict serious injury on others while intoxicated and in a public place. The ‘gross more...

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Goods Line project to link Sydney City to Harbour

By at March 19, 2014 | 4:00 pm | 0 Comment

Goods Line project to link Sydney City to Harbour

Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority (SHFA) has revealed completed design concepts for The Goods Line, which will provide a radical makeover for the existing pedestrian route from Central Station through to Darling Harbour. The Goods Line project is set to transform a disused rail freight corridor into a vibrant people friendly area, stretching from Railway Square more...

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