Summit on Indigenous recognition07/05/15
The constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians a step closer. A meeting between Indigenous leaders and Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Opposition leader Bill Shorten has agreed to push ahead with a referendum about Indigenous...
Volleyroos remain in the World League
The Australia men's volleyball team have secured a thrilling five-set win against Serbia in Melbourne, ensuring they remain in the prestigious World League group one. It will provide the Volleyroos with invaluable match practice as they eye the...
Volleyroos go down fighting
Australian volleyball captain Tom Edgar wants his team to be more critical of its performances after it lost three sets to one to Serbia in a World League match in Melbourne. Australia needed a win against the world number eight team to...
Tain, Serbian soldiers’ bread – symbol and salvation
Tain is a Serbian soldiers bread in the First World War. Tain was very important for the Serbian army, especially in the later phases of the war, when the food was getting scarcer and bread remained the only hope for salvation. There are many ...(У...
FIVB World League: Australia vs Serbia
The FIVB World League is the Premier International Mens Indoor Volleyball event. Australia is competing and hosting this event for the third time in 2015 after qualifying for the Final Six in 2014. Over the weeken they are facing one of the...
Indigenous Memorial: It's a long way home
Remains of Australian Indigenous people and their sacred objects have been split all over the world, from museums to private colections in Great Britain, USA, France, Germany... Now it's time for their repatriation... (Скоро пуна два века посмртни...
Serbia: No money for PISA-based Test
Serbian Government does not have money to test 15-year-old students to compare the knowledge with their peers from 72 OECD countries. The PISA-based Test for Schools is a student assessment tool, used by schools to support research,...
Psychologist must be charismatic
Ms Danijela Savic is successful Australian Clinical Psychologist of Serbian origin. In conversation with Aleksandar Zivkovic, Ms Savic shared her life stories and professional experiences. (Представљамо успешну Аустралијанку српског порекла Данијелу...
2015 flu season may be 'worst on record'
Australia could be in for its worst flu season on record with flu rates at their highest in more than a decade. With the peak flu season looming between July and September, health officials are reminding people it's not too late to get the...
AH3N2 influenza virus
Influenza (flu) is a potentially life threatening illness. It is a contagious disease of the respiratory tract caused by influenza viruses. Each year, influenza causes serious infection and death around the globe, usually in the winter months...
Global NASA prize for ‘spiderbee’ drone
NASA announced the winners of the International Space Apps Challenge and Arachnobeea, the Cypriot runner-up team of the Space Apps Challenge Limassol 2015, was the global winner in the Best Mission Concept category. In statements to CNA, team...
Destination Down Under
Almost 170,000 displaced people fled Europe after World War Two to find a new life in Australia. Mr. Raja Perišić shared his life story and his experiences as the new migrant in Australia after the Second World War. (Скоро 170.000 расељених лица...
Poets are connected in many ways
In 2013 Melbourne Poet Sanja Kacar has published a bilingual book entitled "Boja slobode - The Colour of Freedom". Now she is preparing the new book and meanwhile she published few poems in the prestigious Belgrade magazine "Anthology". Sanja is...
Wеekend Sport Wrap
Anyone walking into the Serbia dressing room in the catacombs of Aucklands North Harbour Stadium on Saturday evening would have been surrounded by happy faces, eyes shining with pride and people embracing each other in a display of pure joy....
Шеста Видовданска Академија
Vidovdan 2015 NSW Serbian Schools Recital will be held on 21st June at UNSW's Clancy Auditorium. Students from 11 Serbian Language Schools with over 150 participants from NWS will have an opportunity to demonstrate their talents and knowledge of...
Survival as a young refugee in Australia
Each year more than 10-thousand refugees are resettled in Australia. Many are young. Some flee with their families, and others leave on their own. But what begins as a difficult and daunting experience turns out to be a success story f...(Сваке године...
Paunovic: This is history fot Serbian football
"This is history for Serbian football, for all of us in the team and for this great guys. Now we think about the final match. We will prepare ourself and we will give our best!" This is what Serbian U20 coach Veljko Paunovic said at the press...
Brazil and Serbia set up final date
Ivan Saponjic scored a dramatic extra-time winner as Serbia overcame Mali 2-1 at Auckland's North Harbour Stadium to set up a mouth-watering FIFA Under-20 World Cup final against Brazil on Saturday. The two finalists at the FIFA U-20 World...
FIFA U20 WC: Serbia keep cool to set up Mali showdown
Serbia is through to face tournament surprise packages Mali in the FIFA U-20 World Cup semi-finals after triumphing over USA in a tense penalty shootout. The spot-kick drama followed 120 minutes of goalless and largely forgettable football, in...
Marking 800 years of the Magna Carta
The Magna Carta is a powerful symbol for liberty around the world. Last Monday marked 800 years since the original document was sealed by King John. Though it was initially written to address the rights of kings and barons in medieval ...(15. јуна...
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