Multi-tasking? Flying Plane and Pageants for Zsarina03/27/15
Many people do their tasks at one time - multi-tasking as they call it. This is the same thing that this very active young lady from Sydney is doing, while busy studying challenging courses taken - such as flying lessons and a degree in business...
Investigators reveal copilot deliberately downed Germanwings plane
A French prosecutor says the co-pilot of the Germanwings flight deliberately sabotaged its controls forcing it to plunge into a rapid descent and crash into the French Alps. The prosecutor says co-pilot Andreas Lubitz took control...(Sinabi ng isang...
A Welcome Hour of Brownout in Manila Again
As Earth Hour is celebrated today, many are focusing their eyes on the Philippines once more which, since its joining the movement in 2008, has been a front runner in saving energy in the hour -long activity. Lawyer Angela Consuelo S. Ibay,...
Multiculturalism and the NSW election
With around 73,000 new migrants added to the population of New South Wales in 2014, many will be voting for the first time in Australia in the state election on March 28. Peggy Giakomelousreport on how multiculturalism and other issues...(Ang mga...
YAMAD or Youth Always Making A Difference
Push PIn Movement was founded by Filipino academic scholars through the Australian government's scholarship program. A group of Filipino graduates from Australian universities thought this was a good way of giving back to the community.  ...(Ang...
Be informed, be safe and act FAST
Did you know that in 2014 around 51,000 Australians suffered a stroke or recurrent stroke? Stroke is the second biggest killer in Australia after coronary heart disease. Stroke Ambassadors travel around Australia to make sure we are informed of...
Roof top solar for a carbon free home
In the final part of our series on carbon free homes, Beyond Zero Emissions' Stephen Bygrave talks about the benefit of using solar energy in your home and how changing your old style hot water system will make a huge difference to our future. (Sa...
No apologies from President Benigno Aquino but the country's leader takes responsibility and asks for understanding on the Mamasapano clash. San Beda graduate tops 2014 Bar Exams and government employees to hold mass action this April asking for ...(...
Final parliamentary clash before 2015 Budget
Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten have clashed in parliament for the last time before the May budget. There will now be a six-week break before parliament resumes. While Treasurer Joe ...( Nagkasagutan ang Punong Ministro...
Landmark Deal to Cut Penalty Rates
A landmark deal to slash penalty rates in exchange for higher wages has been struck in South Australia's retail sector. As this report shows, it sets a national precedent that could transform Australia's workplace relations.( Naabot ang isang...
Government Sinks Standoff Over Submarine Plan
The federal Opposition has called for a bipartisan solution to the impasse surrounding the acquisition of Australia's next fleet of submarines. Opposition leader Bill Shorten has put forward an alternative proposal to the so-calle...(Nanawagan ang...
Sing and Dance, He Did It the Hard Way
Galing Pinoy-Aussie. The life in Australia of singer-dancer Brian Lorenz is full of hurdles. For many years, he relied on a student visa hoping to acquire a permanent residency. But, armed with singing and dancing talents, he s...(Galing Pinoy-Aussie...
Massive 'Poppies' Project to Commemorate Anzac Day
With Anzac Day less than a month away, an army of volunteers is steadily completing a touching tribute to all people killed in war. For well over a year, people in Australia and overseas have been answering a call to "make poppies". Ten...( Wala nang...
Complacency concern at one-year Ebola emergency anniversary
With the Ebola crisis passing its one-year anniversary in West Africa, more than 10-thousand people are dead and twice as many have been infected. Many successes have been established in the fight against the virus that started sl...(Sa pagsapit ng...
Candidates pitch to migrant voters
With New South Wales' state election this weekend, candidates - many from culturally diverse backgrounds - are intensifying their campaigns. Premier Mike Baird launched the Liberal party's official campaign in Sydney on Sunday.(Sa pagsapit ng eleksyon...
Advocates welcome report on Nauru abuse allegations
Refugee advocates have welcomed an independent report into allegations of sexual abuse of asylum seekers at the Australian detention centre on Nauru. The review found several dozen cases of abuse against asylum seekers on the isl...(Malugod na...
Clock ticks on time zone change in SA
The clock is ticking on the most radical change to Australia's time zones in more than 100 years. South Australia is one of the few places in the world with a half hour time difference - and now debate's heating over whether to align w...(Umu-usad ang...
Germanwings flight crashes with 150 on board
Europe is in shock after a German airliner crashed near a ski resort in the French Alps. The plane operated by budget airline Germanwings was believed to be carrying 150 people including six crew. (Nabigla ng husto and buong Europa, pagkatapos ng...
What Qualities Do We Need in Modern Leaders?
TALKBACK The world has lost two great leaders in the past five days -- Lee Kuan Yew, recognised as the father of modern Singapore and Malcolm Fraser, who through the establishment of SBS TV has been called father of Australian multiculturalism....
Founding Father of Modern Singapore Dead at 91
Tributes are pouring in for Singapore's first Prime Minister, Lee Kuan Yew, who has died at the age of 91. Lee's pragmatic and authoritarian style strictly controlled individual freedoms but catapulted Singapore from a developing country to a g...(...
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