Food allergies among children11/21/14
One in 10 children born today in Australia will develop a food allergy. It's an alarming figure, and what's more concerning is doctors don't really understand why. Interview with Ly Eng Chheng: a mother of nut allergy child
Government announces deep cuts to public broadcasters
The Abbott Government has announced deep funding cuts to the country's public broadcasters, SBS and the ABC. The Government says its ABC and SBS Efficiency Study shows the cuts do not need to affect the on-air quality of the networks. Bu...
US President announces major immigration change
In one of the most dramatic moves of his presidency, the United States' Barack Obama has announced plans to make major changes to U-S immigration procedure. After the U-S Congress failed to pass legislation on the issue, the President has reso...
The dead people at Koh Pech has been paying respect follows Khmer...
Parties and government authorities organize Khmer traditional ceremony to pay respect to all dead people at Koh Pech bridge happened last 3 years during Water Festival.
Sam Rangsy responses to Hun Sen's comment over 22 July agreement
The opposition leader Sam Rangsy responses to Prime Minister Hun Sen's comments that he has no power over court. Meng Phalla has more...
Modern slavery - from the traditional to modern Australia
When people think of slavery, they often think of forced labour or sex trafficking, but modern slavery takes many forms, including debt bondage and forced marriage.
Free Trade Agreement China & Australia
China and Australia have finalised a free-trade deal that will open up markets worth billions of dollars to Australian exporters. The deal is more wide-ranging than many industries had anticipated.
Khmer Rouge Court appoint new lawyer
Khmer Rouge Tribunal has warned to appoint a new lawyer for ex Khmer Rough Leader Khiev Samphan. Meng Phalla reports...
Refugee deal talks between opposition paties
Vice president of CNRP, Kim Sokha talked with Sarah Hanson-Young from Australian Green party about refugee deals between Australia and Cambodia government. Meng Phalla reports...
Will Prime Minister Hun Sen visit Australia?
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen accepts the request from Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott for an official visit to Australia. Meng Phalla has more...
$6.6 million to support national staff
Cambodian Government announces the providing of $6.6 million for national staff at Khmer Rough Tribunal. Meng Phalla has more...
Women more stressed than men
Worries over household responsibilities and personal finances are making Australian women more stressed than men. That is the finding of the Australian Psychological Society's annual Stress and Wellbeing national survey.
Proposal to house asylum seekers in Tasmania
Spend one billion dollars in Tasmania and save four billion in taxpayer dollars. That's the economic case being made by business people in Launceston who want asylum seekers processed in Tasmania instead of in offshore detetion centres. ...
Worker wages in Cambodia
Nine worker unions reduced the minimum wages to $140 per month. Meng Phalla reports
Another leader from CNRC has been arrested related to Freedom Park Demonstration on 15th of July 2014. Meng Phalla reports
Regional plans jostle at APEC
The competing interests of China and the United States in the Asia Pacific region have been on show at the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation leaders' meeting in Beijing.
Brisbane businesses dubious of G20 benefits
G20 might be all about global economic growth but many businesses in Brisbane are - at best - confused about what the benefits will be for them. The host city will be locked down for most of next week and residents are leaving en masse as the w...
Final Meeting Date for Worker's Wage Increasing
ថ្ងៃ១២វិច្ឆិកា ប្រជុំសំរេចលើការតំឡើងប្រាក់ខែ កម្មកររោងចក្រកាត់ដេរសំរាប់ឆ្នាំ២០១៥។ 12th...
Water Festival Finished Without Incident
Refugee and migrant communities tax education
For refugee and migrant communities unfamiliar with paying tax in their home countries, understanding the concept in Australia can be confusing. A new multilingual campaign aims to clarify residents' rights and responsibilities.
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