This week, corruption at the New Bilibid Prison, the expected arraignment of the US marine accused of killing a Philippine trans gender woman, and a Christmas ceasefire declared by both the government and communist rebels( Ngayong linggo, korupsiyon...
Sherwin Mariano on Australian sponsored communities after Typhoon Ruby
We talk to Sherwin Mariano from Vineyard and International Need Australia about the situation in communities after Typhoon Ruby (Hagupit) particularly areas affected by Typhoon Yolanda in 2013 where many Australians have sponsored children to be...
OECD report says GST too low
Australia's goods and services tax of 10 per cent is too low by global standards. That's one of the key findings of a report by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. (OECD) The Paris-base...(Ang goods and services tax o G-S-T ng...
Bill Shorten at the Philippine Fiesta
Last Sunday, Opposition Leader Bill Shorten was at the 32nd Philippine Fiesta in Victoria. He spoke with Maridel Martinez about Federal Government's mini budget, GP copayment and Labor's plans on tackling the growing at the same time ageing...
Early Christmas for Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Brisbane
Christmas has come early for refugees and asylum seekers in Brisbane. Residents and businesses have rallied to help hundreds of families who are making a start in Australia experience the giving season. (Dumating nang maaga ang Pasko para sa mga...
Security Agencies Plead the Case for Keeping Metadata for Longer
Police and spy agencies say they would have a better chance of catching terrorists and other criminals under a new mandatory data-retention scheme. Draft laws were introduced before parliament went into recess requiring telecommun...(Sinabi ng mga...
Questions Continue Over Sydney Siege Gunman
Further questions are being asked over why the gunman at the centre of a siege in Sydney this week wasn't on a federal government watch-list. Man Haron Monis had a history of violence and had previously sent threatening letters to...(May mga lumilitaw...
Bushfire threat in Victoria
Victorian fire authorities say they are preparing for severe weather conditions today as more than 30 bushfires burn across the state. (Sinabi ng mga awtoridad ng Victoria naghahanda sila para sa matinding kondisyon ng panahon ngayong araw, habang...
Tributes for Siege Victims from Leaders
Prime Minister Tony Abbott says it will take time to clarify exactly what happened in Martin Place and why. Mr Abbott says the perpetrator was well-known to state and commonwealth authorities, having a long history of violent crime,...
Shrine of Flowers to Remember Siege Victims
A shrine of flowers continues to grow outside the Lindt café in Martin Place, following the tragic end of the hostage crisis. Visitors to the site have been paying their respects to the two people killed, and their families. There have...(Isang...
News from Mindanao includes: further tightening of security for some parts of Mindanao caused by continued threat of attack by Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters; OFW from Sierra Leone continues to show negative symptoms of Ebola virus; the...
Calls for a National Approach to Lock-out Laws at Alcohol Venues
There are calls for Sydney's successful lock-out laws to be rolled out around the country. Doctors say the laws have directly resulted in a dramatic drop in the number of alcohol-related assaults.(May mga panawagan para palawakin ang matagumpay na...
Aussie Former Detainees not surprised by US Report
The US Senate report on controversial CIA interrogation techniques comes as no surprise to two Australians. Mamdouh Habib and David Hicks have long claimed they were tortured at the notorious US facility at Guantanamo Bay in Cub...(Hindi naging...
Has People gone Materialistic?
With the festive season in full swing, the Australian good life is being replaced by the goods life. People are rushing out to buy all sorts of gadgets they often don't need and in some cases they don't really want. Australians are expec...(Sa...
Muslim Community Reacts to the Sydney Hostage Situation
Mabilis na kinundena ng mga lider ng komunidad Muslim sa buong Australya ang naganap na pamimihag sa Sydney. Ang pamimihag at paglusob ay nagbunsod din sa kapulisan na pag-igtingin ang mga pang-seguridad na hakbang. Muslim leaders across Australia...
Foreign Aid and Govt Jobs Cut as the Deficit Worsens
Ang pondong pantulong sa ibayong dagat at mga hanapbuhay sa pampublikong sektor ang muling naapektuhan sa sumasamang depisito sa budget ng bansa. Ibinunyag ng Pampederal na Ingat-Yaman Joe Hockey na ang tinatayang depisito para sa pampederal na badyet...
Manus Riot 'Avoidable" : Senate Report
Naging nakakapinsala para sa pampederal na pamahalaan ang isang ulat tungkol sa pagkakagulo sa Manus Island noong Pebrero. Nagdemanda ang komite na dinodumina ng Labor at Greens na partido na tanggapin ng pamahalaan ang kanilang responsibilidad sa mga...
New Queensland Children's Hospital Faces Woes
Queensland News. Bagong Lady Cilento Children's Hospital may mga teething problems pa matapos magbukas noong 29 Nobyembre 2014; Pinuri ni Lord Mayor Graham Quirk ang mga bumubuo ng Asia Pacific Screen Awards sa kanilang ika-walong pagtatanghal na kung...
Motorists Benefiting from Lower Petrol Prices
Ang presyo ng langis ay bumagsak sa pinakamababa sa loob ng limang taon, at ang mga motorista sa buong bansa ang nakikanabang nang husto. At sa halip na tataas pa ang halaga ng petrol para sa Christmas holiday, na kadalasang nangyayari, ang halaga ay...
Preliminary Asian Cup Squad Named
Pinangalanan ng coach ng Socceroos Ange Postecoglou ang 46 na manlalaro sa preliminary squad na kakatawan sa Australya sa Asian Cup sa pagpasok ng susunod na taon. Kasama sa selection ang lahat ng 23 miyembro ng 2014 FIFA World Cup squad at apat pang...
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