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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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Holi has tremendous cultural significance says Michelle

By at March 19, 2014 | 12:12 pm | 0 Comment

Holi has tremendous cultural significance says Michelle

While speaking about the relevance of Holi in Parliament Michelle said, “Today thousands of Australians of Hindu, Subcontinent and South Asian heritage are celebrating Holi—the festival of colours”. “Holi signifies the end of winter and the arrival of spring. It is primarily celebrated in India, Nepal and other regions of the world with large Hindu populations more...

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Hundreds joined grand holi celebration at ‘The Ponds’

By at March 18, 2014 | 3:10 pm | 0 Comment

Hundreds joined grand holi celebration at ‘The Ponds’

Council of Indian Australians (CIA) in association with Gujarati Samaj of NSW organised a grand Holi celebration at a picturesque location at The Ponds as Harmony Day. The celebration was attended by dignitaries of both Parties. From Labor, Leader of Opposition John Robertson attended the event. Michelle Rowland MP, Shadow Minister for Citizenship and Multiculturalism more...

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‘Don’t miss to take a holy dip in ‘Maha Kumbh’ with ABC on March 23’

By at March 17, 2014 | 4:20 pm | 0 Comment

‘Don’t miss to take  a holy dip  in ‘Maha Kumbh’ with ABC on March 23’

The Maha  Kumbh Mela in India is as mesmerizing as it is spiritual. It is considered to be the most auspicious mela and is held once every 12 years. It always occurs in Allahabad, as the confluence of the rivers there is considered to be particularly holy. This ancient northern Indian festival is a meeting of mystical minds.  It is one of the largest religious more...

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Surfers ready for state championships

By at March 17, 2014 | 2:50 pm | 0 Comment

Surfers ready for state championships

The 2014 NSW Surf Life Saving Championships supported by ClubsNSW comes to a close this weekend with the Masters Championships at Ocean Beach-Umina. More than 1200 athletes from 94 different surf clubs from across the state will form a diverse field for the Masters with competitors coming from a wide background of skill sets and ages including some competitors who are more...

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$17.4 Million announced for flood prevention

By at March 13, 2014 | 2:43 pm | 0 Comment

$17.4 Million announced for flood prevention

Environment Minister Robyn Parker has announced $17.4 million in new grants allocated to local councils to plan for and reduce risks of flooding. This builds on the $3.5 million allocated late last year. The announcement comes as the Government seeks to mitigate the financial impact of flooding across NSW, which is estimated to cost the economy approximately $250 more...

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Vivid Festival to light up Sydney from May 23 to June 9

By at March 12, 2014 | 6:07 pm | 0 Comment

Vivid Festival to light up Sydney from May 23 to June 9

Sydney once again will transformed into a spectacular canvas of light, music and ideas when Vivid Sydney will take over  the city from 23 May – 9 June 2014. Colouring the city with creativity and inspiration, Vivid Sydney highlights include the hugely popular immersive light installations and projections; performances from local and international musicians at Vivid more...

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