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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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‘ Faten El Dana –An ambassador for migrant women’

By at March 12, 2014 | 3:18 pm | 0 Comment

‘ Faten El Dana –An ambassador for migrant women’

On March 7,  NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell and Minister for Women Minister for Women announced the winners of the 2014 NSW Women of the Year Awards at NSW Parliament House.  Faten El Dana  is the  winner of  AH Beard’s Community Hero Award. She is very active in the community as an ambassador for migrant women.  She is also  the president of the Muslim more...

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Business Investor Visa Scheme nets $155M

By at March 11, 2014 | 3:40 pm | 0 Comment

Business Investor Visa Scheme nets $155M

Andrew Stoner, Deputy Premier announced plans to streamline two key migration visa pathways to help attract more overseas entrepreneurs and investors to the State and to generate more jobs and investment. “The Significant Investor Visa scheme, which focuses on promoting high value migration into the State, was one of the ways the NSW Government was seeking to more...

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Tourism activities putting national parks to risk

By at March 10, 2014 | 1:26 pm | 0 Comment

Tourism activities putting national parks to risk

The recommendations of an inquiry into the impacts of tourism would leave NSW National Parks at risk from development and fossicking, warns Greens MP Jan Barham. “I am alarmed that the inquiry has recommended allowing the development of tourist accommodation and supporting fossicking within parks. This is a missed opportunity to recognise the importance of reserving more...

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Website launched to encourage multicultural communities to send Abbott a message

By at March 6, 2014 | 12:14 pm | 0 Comment

Website launched to encourage multicultural communities to send Abbott a message

Shadow Minister for Citizenship and Multiculturalism, Michelle Rowland and Shadow Minister for Finance, Tony Burke have launched a website allowing the community to send Tony Abbott a message to reverse his cuts to multicultural organisations. The website – www.ISupportCommunities.com – calls on the Abbott Government to reverse its $11.5 million cut from the more...

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‘Proposal set to create jobs for retrenched workers’

By at March 5, 2014 | 1:47 pm | 0 Comment

‘Proposal set to create jobs for retrenched workers’

NSW Government  will  offer $6,000 Fresh Start tax rebate to businesses employing workers who have recently lost their jobs through large-scale redundancies. NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell and Treasurer Mike Baird announced the payroll tax rebate initiative as part of a commitment to help workers who have lost their jobs through restructures by giving businesses an more...

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SBS cuts will affect Australia’s ethnic communities

By at March 4, 2014 | 6:45 pm | 0 Comment

SBS cuts will affect Australia’s ethnic communities

In last week’s Senate Estimates hearings, the SBS Managing Director Michael Ebeid could not guarantee that Abbott Government cuts to the SBS budget would not affect SBS language services. “I would find it very difficult to imagine being able to absorb any material cuts without a change in services.” -   SBS Managing Director, Michael Ebeid – Senate more...

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Successful trip to India by delegation led by Michelle Rowland

By at February 25, 2014 | 12:20 pm | 0 Comment

Successful trip  to India  by delegation led by Michelle Rowland

Recently Michelle Rowland, Member for Greenway, Assistant Shadow Minister for Communications and Shadow Minister for Multiculturalism and Citizenship under took  eleven day private trip to India. Rowland was accompanied by Harish Velji, Chairperson Sub Continent Friends of Labor and its committee member Aisha Amjad. The trip included mixture of government, cultural more...

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All communities deserve equal participation in Parliament: Philip Ruddock

By at February 23, 2014 | 6:07 pm | 0 Comment

All communities deserve equal participation in Parliament: Philip Ruddock

‘Liberals friends of India’ organised a get-together and dinner at Chutney Restaurant, Harris Park on February 20 in which many new liberal supporters joined the ‘Liberals friends of India’ committee. It was an effort to bring all the liberal supports from Indian background to come together, discuss and also an opportunity for the people to join the ‘Liberal more...

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Liberal Party neglecting ‘Multicultural affairs’ : Michelle Rowland

By at February 20, 2014 | 12:36 pm | 0 Comment

Liberal Party neglecting ‘Multicultural affairs’ : Michelle Rowland

Shadow Minister for Citizenship and Multiculturalism, Michelle Rowland has slammed the Liberal Party for asking for donations from multicultural communities after cutting $11.5 million from multicultural funding since coming to office. “The Liberal Party was showing contempt for multicultural groups after they launched a ‘Multicultural Liberal Business Club’, more...

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