Victoria Steps Up Ice Crackdown12/25/14
New offences and stronger penalties are among the Victorian government's plans to tackle the increased use of the drug, ice. A 16-member ice task force has been given until March to develop a broad action plan to confront the ice ...(Mga bagong...
10th Year Anniversary of the Boxing Day Tsunami
It's 10 years since a massive earthquake off the coast of northern Sumatra, Indonesia triggered a series of tsunamis in the region, which took the lives of many and displaced millions more. Let's take a look back at the events o...(Sampung taon na ang...
2014 the Year for Worst-ever Ebola Outbreak
The World Health Organisation has described it as the worst-ever outbreak Ebola. With thousands of people killed, and the threat it posed outside Africa ensured the disease was a talking point for the majority of the year. (Inilarawan ito ng World...
A Look Back at Indigenous Affairs in 2014
2014 started on a high note for Indigenous Australians with footballer Adam Goodes revered as the Australian of the Year.(Ang taong 2014 ay nagsimula sa isang matagumpay na kaganapan para sa mga katutubong Australyano, sa pagkakahirang kay Adam Goodes...
Queen's 2014 Christmas Message
The Queen has used her annual Christmas broadcast to deliver a message of reconciliation, inspired by the historic Christmas truce between British and German troops during the first world war. Her Majesty has told a worldwide audi...(Inilabas ng Reyna...
Merry Christmas Greetings
Christmas greetings from some of our kababayans and community leaders across Australia.(Mga pagbating pampasko mula sa ilan nating kababayan at mga lider ng komunidad sa buong Australia.)
40 Years Later: A Darwin Resident Looks Back
He did not witness the fury of Cyclone Tracy, but now Philippine Honorary Consul to Northern Territory John Rivas felt its ill effects as he and wife were among those thousands who were displaced. Rivas, then a teacher, looks back at the...
Christmas Wishes from Faith and Other Leaders
As Christmas is celebrated around the world, some faith and community leaders in Australia have sent their well wishes. ( Habang ipinag-diriwang ang kapasskuhan sa buong mundo, nag-padala ang ilang mga lider ng pananampalataya at komunidad ng kanilang...
Cyclone Tracy 40th Anniversary Comes with Warning
As Australia was preparing for the festive season in 1974, a storm was brewing in to the north. Cyclone Tracy hit Darwin on Christmas eve, it shattered the town but drew the nation together for an unprecedented relief effort....(Habang ang Australya...
Philippines' Preparedness with Disaster
In the second part of Shirley Escalante's interview on the changing climate conditions, as more typhoons is being experienced in the Philippines, what are the preparations and safety measures being done by the government and the public as learned...
Santa on Track for December 25th Delivery
Most western children are told that Santa Claus lives in the North pole. But many of Nordic descent claim ol' Saint nick resides in their territory, with Lapland, Finland a popularly recognised name for his location. ...(Karamihan ng mga bata sa...
New Abbott Ministry Sworn In
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has declared his new ministry will be committed to improving the Australia's economy and security. He made the remark as the ministry was sworn in at a ceremony in Canberra. It follo...(Inihayag ni Punung Ministro Tony...
Mindanao Govt Thwart Bomb Explosion
Balitang Mindanao. Authorities prevented an explosion of a powerful bomb in the center of Jolo in Sulu; 16 victims of human trafficking saved from their perpetrator in Butuan; two children dead and two others in critical condition after eating...
Australians Urged to Think Twice About Unnecessary Gifts
This Christmas, Australians are expected to spend more than $855-million on presents purchased out of obligation. Charities are calling on the Australian public to re-think buying unnecessary gifts and instead support others in ...(Ngayong panahon ng...
More Supertyphoons Expected
Being a tropical country, the Philippines hosts an average of 20 typhoons every year. However, in the recent past, the typhoons have become stronger and more destructive. And nothing can be a clear testament than supertyphoon Hai...( Ang Pilipinas na...
Divorced Parents Need to Plan Early for Christmas
With families separated as a result of broken marriages, planning for Christmas can be a difficult task. Family lawyer Heather McKinnon of Slater and Gordon Lawyers says parents and children must coordinate with each other to o...(Sa pagkakahati-hati...
Drinks Ban Curbs Christmas Cheers
The spirit of Christmas will be spiritless - and beer-less and wine-less - in the Adelaide parklands this year. As Karen Ashford reports, the Adelaide City council has imposed a three-month dry zone trial in the parklands. (Sa mga parke ng Adelaide...
Two More OFWs to Undergo Ebola Quarantine
Balitang Bisayas. Visayans prepare for Christmas and New Year holiday; another two OFWs from Liberia who arrived in the country to undergo quarantine against Ebola virus; a separate Korean consulate in Cebu to be established, and other...
Electric Car Sharing Trials in France
With roads becoming increasingly congested and traffic fumes causing pollution in the city centres, Toyota is trialling its i-ROAD solution in France. The unique car-sharing scheme uses Toyota's three-wheeled electric concept car....(Sa lumalalang...
PM Announces Cabinet Reshuffle
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has announced a cabinet reshuffle, following the resignation of Senator Arthur Sinodinos as Assistant Treasurer on Friday. Changes outlined by Mr Abbott are going to affect the portfolios of Immigration...(Ipinahayag ng...
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