Speaking about the Sikh connection with WA's indigenous communities, Mr Singh said, "Sikhs have 120 year old history in this Wheatbelt region, which is three times the size of Punjab but a population of 75,000 only.
The cities across Australia including Melbourne, Sydney, Perth and Gold Coast will now be connected directly to Amritsar. In the coming months, there will be more convenient connections between Amritsar and Australia, with three airlines now likely to directly link this route. Here is Preetinder Grewal in conversation with the co-convenor of #FlyAmritsar initiative Anantdeep Singh Dhillon (audio in Punjabi).
From his deathbed in India, Premjot called and instructed his friends in Perth to utilize the leftover funds raised for his cancer treatment, on some other better causes. Premjot feared his end was very near and wished other needy should get that money.
An investigation into the superannuation system has found one in three accounts, or about 10 million, are unintended multiple accounts. It finds they cost their owners a total of $2.6 billion every year in extra fees and insurance charges.
Vanhi passed away exactly three years ago on 9 July 2015. "She lived with us for 116 weeks, and to mark her third death anniversary, we want to inspire 116 people to donate blood during the month of July this year," said Nidhi Kaushik, speaking to SBS Punjabi.
An Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) review into millions of credit card accounts shows many consumers are overwhelmed by debt.
One in six Australians is struggling with credit card debt they may never be able to repay, according to alarming research by the financial regulator.
It is the time of year again to get your tax affairs in order. So what is the Australian Taxation Office targeting this year? Listen ahead, as we tell you that this year, tax deductions claimed for work-related clothing, and earnings from cryptocurrencies as well as the gig economy will be on the ATO's scanner.
Bans on single-use plastic bags are rolling out across two more states this weekend, with some major retailers already banning the bags nationally.
But while the move generally has support from most shoppers, supermarkets are seeing an increase in customer complaints, with some refusing to pay for reusable bags.
Parents are being urged to sign up to the federal government's new childcare system or face having their payments abruptly cut from next month.
Childcare advocates warn thousands of families yet to update their details could be left with a big bill once the changes are rolled out next week.