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Man dies in hospital after being hit by car at bus stop -The Ponds

By at April 8, 2019 | 6:34 pm | 0 Comment

Man dies in hospital after being hit by car at bus stop -The Ponds

A man has died in hospital two weeks after he was hit by a car while waiting for a bus in Sydney’s north west. Just after 2:30pm (Friday 29 March 2019), emergency services were called to the Stanhope Parkway at The Ponds, after reports a man had been hit by a Ford Focus as he waited at a bus stop. A 72-year-old man was treated at the scene by NSW Ambulance more...

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Premier announces new Cabinet

By at April 1, 2019 | 6:05 pm | 0 Comment

Premier announces new Cabinet

The new Cabinet introduces portfolios such as dedicated Customer Service, Water and Regional Youth Ministers.Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Deputy Premier John Barilaro have announced a new Cabinet team focused on delivering real benefits to families and individuals across NSW. Dedicated ministers for Western NSW and Water will help more...

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$900,000 to support Indian community festivals and events in NSW

By at March 16, 2019 | 9:35 pm | 0 Comment

$900,000 to support Indian community festivals and events in NSW

The Indian community across NSW will benefit from $900,000 over four years for festivals and events thanks to the NSW Liberals & Nationals Government. Minister for Multiculturalism Ray Williams said he was delighted to be supporting significant Indian festivals and events across NSW including Diwali, Holi and Vaisakhi. “More than 250,000 people of Indian ancestry more...

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Young talent encouraged to play Rugby

By at March 16, 2019 | 9:19 pm | 0 Comment

Young talent encouraged to play Rugby

Young people from migrant backgrounds across 20 schools in Western Sydney will be encouraged to play rugby union through the Western Sydney Migrants Partnership program. The NSW Government has provided NSW Rugby Union (NSWRU) $400,000 over four years to develop the program and promote positive health outcomes for young people. Minister for Multiculturalism Ray Williams more...

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$400,000 to support new migrants in western Sydney

By at March 16, 2019 | 8:44 pm | 0 Comment

$400,000 to support new migrants in western Sydney

More than 3000 multicultural students across 20 schools in Western Sydney will benefit from the GWS Giants’ Stephen Coniglio-Amanda Farrugia Community Program. The NSW Liberals & Nationals Government announced it will provide $400,000 over four years to establish the program — an investment made possible thanks to the strong economic management of the NSW more...

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Woman’s body located in Sydney’s south east following public appeal 

By at March 6, 2019 | 6:18 pm | 0 Comment

Woman’s body located in Sydney’s south east following public appeal 

< h2> Anxiousness and fear has stirred in the Indian community after the body of  32 year old  Dr Preethi Reddy, who mysteriously disappeared on March1, 2019 evening was located in Kingsford  on March 5, 2019, following a  public appeal. Following inquiries by officers from Sydney City Police Area Command, just before 9.30pm (Tuesday 5 March 2019), police more...

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Funding boost for interpreters scholarships

By at March 4, 2019 | 2:20 pm | 0 Comment

Funding boost for interpreters scholarships

More than 400 students will receive fully funded scholarships to study interpreting at NSW TAFE thanks to the NSW Liberals & Nationals Government. Minister for Multiculturalism Ray Williams and Minister responsible for TAFE Adam Marshall announced $650,000 over four years for the Multicultural NSW Interpreter Scholarship Program. Williams said there was a demand for more...

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Two Indian community members receive top honours at PHD 2019

By at March 2, 2019 | 3:10 pm | 0 Comment

Two Indian community members receive top honours at PHD 2019

Two members of the Indian Australian community have been recognised with top honours during the 2019 Premier’s Harmony Dinner(PHD). NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian presented the Stepan Kerkysharian AO Individual Medal to Dr Chandrika Subramaniyan and the Business Excellence Medal to Sudhir Warrier. Dr Subramaniyan is a lawyer and anti-domestic violence advocate. Before more...

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Labor promises $8 million funding to boost community language schools

By at February 27, 2019 | 2:49 pm | 0 Comment

Labor promises $8 million funding to boost community language schools

Migrant communities will be the big winners under a Labor government, according to Chris Gambian, Labor Candidate for the multicultural Sydney seat of Banks, and himself a first generation Australian from Indian-born migrant parents. Speaking after the announcement of Labor’s $8 million funding boost to community language schools, Gambian said that helping kids gain 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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