• Australia technology hub

    When Melanie Perkins pitched her idea to build a graphic design platform for everyday users to investors she was rejected more than 100 times and told it could not be done in Australia.

  • COVID19 check sydney
    SYDNEY – The exchange, captured by CCTV camera, lasted only seconds. A limousine driver, unknowingly infected with the highly contagious Covid-19 Delta variant, and another man passed close to one another at an indoor mall
  • Australia protests

    The medical plight of a three-year old girl who has spent almost all her life in Australian immigration detention facilities has galvanised opposition to the country’s off shore detention system.

  • Petrol prices in Sydney and Brisbane are high

    Motorists in Sydney and Brisbane have been told it is too late to fill up cheaply before the long weekend and petrol prices are set to hit record highs. In Sydney the average price of petrol is expected to reach 166c a litre on Wednesday and will not drop again until next week. In Brisbane the record average of 169.9c a litre across the city, set a year ago, will be threatened.

  • picture Melbourne Cup 2019

    The 2019 VRC Melbourne Cup is a Group I held over a distance of 3200 metres at Flemington Racecourse with total prizemoney of $7,300,000. The VRC Melbourne Cup was last run on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 and won by Cross Counter (GBR). In 2019 the Melbourne Cup will be held on Tuesday 5th November at 3pm.

  • reasons why people migrate to Australia

    People from all over the world migrate to Australia, and to be honest you can’t blame them. But why else are so many people deciding to pack up their lives and take them to Australia? Well, here are some of the top reasons why more and more people are choosing to migrate to Australia.

  • interview with Mrs Bingles living in Australia

    Today’s interview is with Mrs Bingles, an Italian expat who is living in Australia.  Mrs. Bingles is a wife, a mother of three children under 7 and an expat since 2004. She has lived in the UK for 6 years where she taught MFL in a secondary school; she then moved to the Netherlands where she became a stay at home mom (SAHM) looking after her beautiful two daughters.

  • museum of underwater art Australia's Great Barrier Reef

    From a colour-changing figure warning of warming seas to a sunken skeletal greenhouse encrusted with coral, a new museum of underwater art in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef marine park aims to raise awareness of the threatened ecosystem – and rehabilitate parts of the reef.

  • temporary skilled migration not undercut Australian jobs

    Politicians’ ‘revolving door’ response to foreign workers frustrates businesses, industry group CEDA says. Temporary skilled migration has not undercut job opportunities or conditions for Australian workers but the “revolving door” political response to foreign workers has frustrated businesses, an industry report has found.

  • best sports events in Australia

    Australia plays host to a wide variety of sporting events and it’s the perfect location, with various landscapes and climates to accommodate all different types of sport – from rugby to horse racing. Fans can head to the Outback to watch camel racing or to Hobart for yacht racing, with something for everyone. Here’s a list of the most popular sporting events taking place in Australia.

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