This weeks news highlights include: State declares a National Day of Mourning to honor 40 police officers killed in an armed encounter with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) while their families seek justice ; Government talks with MILF...
Back to school for self-development
Cora Fuentes-Mahnic calls on the mature-aged kababayans to go back to school for self-development. Listen to her story. (Nananawagan si Cora Fuentes-Mahnic sa mature-aged na mga kababayan na magbalik-iskuwela para sa pagpapaunlad ng sarili. Pakinggan...
Study Filipino language and improve your VCE score
Maria Smith is a Filipino Coordinator and Instructor of the Victorian School of Languages specifically at the Dandenong High School. She says that her teaching method includes the cultural aspects of learning a language. &...(Si Maria Smith ay ang...
As IS Deadline Ends, Jordan Agrees to Exchange
Japan and Jordan are frantically working to secure the release of a citizen from each country held by self-proclaimed Islamic State, or I-S, militants. I-S is threatening to kill the Japanese journalist and the Jordanian pilo...(Ang mga bansang Japan...
Taken in by Australia and Now Giving Back
Three medical professional migrants talk about their first impressions of Australia. They not only managed to adjust to Australian life but dedicated their working lives to helping others in the field of medicine. &nbs...( Tatlong medikal na...
New Treatment for Common Malaria Strain
Still one of the world's most prevalent diseases, malaria affects about 200 million people. After two decades of global efforts, in the 1970s the disease was eradicated from the whole of Europe, most of North America, most of...( Nananatiling isa sa...
Sun, sport and the SCG: Lisa Sthalekar's memories of Australia
Lisa Sthalekar (stuh-laker) is one of Australia's finest cricketers. She represented her country for 12 years and sealed Australia's World Cup victory last year with a spectacular catch in India. Soon afterwar...(Si Lisa Stuh-laker ay isa sa mga unang...
Veteran migrant advocate reflects on 40 years in Australia
Shortly after the twin towers fell in New York in 2001, a new head of the Ethnic Communities Council of Western Australia was appointed. Suresh Rajan(suh-resh rah-jahn) led the council during a time when fear and misunderstanding...(Pagkatapos gumuho...
So pale, I thought they were all sick," Akram Azimi's first day in OZ.
When ten-year-old Afghan refugee Akram Azimi walked through Perth airport for the first time and saw Australian faces - he was very concerned. He thought they were all sick because, compared to the kind of people he'd seen all his...(Nang dumating ang...
US Northeast brace for Blizzard
In the United States, a state of emergency has been declared in several states as a huge snowstorm approaches the north-east of the country. Heavy snow and winds of more than 120 kilometres per hour are forecast, and people are be...(Itinaas ang...
Australians invited to have their say on Workplace Issues.
ustralians are invited to provide feedback to the Productivity Commission over upcoming weeks, as the agency conducts a wide-ranging Industrial Relations review. The Commission is to examine penalty rates and minimum wages as key ...(Iniimbita ng...
Kids' Study Costs a Struggle for Migrants
Students across the country begin heading back to school this week after the lengthy Christmas holidays. But for some children from newly arrived migrant families the coming school year could be filled with hardship. ...( Magsisimula ang...
SoKor Awaits Winner of Socceroos Game
Two-time champion South Korea has booked a spot in its first Asian Cup football final in 27 years after beating Iraq two-nil in last night's semifinal clash. Iraq will play in Friday night's third-place playoff in Newcastle against the loser of...(...
The Rise and Rise of Highrise Harry
There are only a handful of Australians richer than Harry Triguboff. He's ranked as our sixth wealthiest person with an estimated fortune of six Billion dollars. Born in China to Russian Jewish parents, Har...(Kakaunting Australyano lamang ang higit...
Japan-Australia FTA Comes into Effect
A new Free Trade Agreement with Japan took effect mid-January which the federal government says will bring major economic benefits for Australia. It covers a wide range of industries - including agriculture and processed fo...(Isang bagong kasunduan...
Bloggers Want to be Heard in Cebu Summit
Balitang Bisaya: 300 delegates from 60 countries attended the Global Voices Citizen Media Summit; LTO recommendations for taxi fare increase; modifications on traffic; Marina to investigate the stranded passenger ferry in the Visayas; Cebu...
Nishikori Carries Asian Hopes into Australian Open
While currently playing at the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne, Asia's top male player, Kei Nishikori of Japan, will be in action for the first time. The 25-year-old ranks fifth in the latest world's men singles ran...(Habang...
Filipino-Australian Receives Order of Australia Award
Making the Filipinos proud, Maria Lourdes "Noonee" Doronila is one among the 613 ecipient of the Order of Australia in this year's Australia Day. Doronilla felt that her 30-years of ongoing service in social works, love of work an...(Maipagmamalaki ng...
Queensland Election Campaign Enters Last Week
Queensland News. Political promises and debates enter last week before election; Toowoomba mosque nearly set to fire; and more than 100 Queenslanders to be honoured in today's Australia Day's celebration.(Queensland News Mga pangako at tunggali ng mga...
The Celebrations to Expect on Australia Day
For the first time, Australia Day celebrations this year will feature a salute to the nation. The new centre piece of commemorations on January 26th will involve the army, the navy and a fly over by the airforce. (Sa unang pagkakataon, ang mga...
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