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Personal stories are at the centre of a new campaign aiming to inspire more Australians to sign up to be organ and tissue donors.  Image: Doujon Zammit (SBS) 
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A native of Ilocos, this singer, dancer, photographer and English-language tutor, is proud of his origin. Image: Jay Gaerlan (Supplied)
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Life of a Missionary

Everyone has a mission in life. People walk in different paths that is attuned to their personality, abilities and standpoint in life. Maybe some, until now, is...
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It is being called a breakthrough for Australia's gender-diverse population.  Image: George St, looking toward Market Street in Sydney CBD (AAP)
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Food trucks are challenging the traditional restaurant with fast, convenient and delicious food.  Image: Sydney's original mobile eatery (SBS Small Business Secrets)
Census 2016 – Get Online on August 9

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Settlement Guide

We're talking about life and issues that affect you in settling in Australia.

How to complete the Census

The 2016 census on August 9 will be Australia's biggest ever survey.       Image: Sample of a census question (ABS)
Australia's major cities are housing most of our population - two in three of us live in a capital city.  Image: Regional Australia (Richard Fairless/Getty...

Settlement Guide: Know your GP

New migrants face a lot of small and big adjustments, including being familiar with new terminologies in Australia, like the term "GP" or "General Practitioner"...
The federal election is just around the corner with the 45th Parliament of Australia set to be formed after election day on July 2. This election determines the...
Obtaining a parent visa in Australia can be a long and costly exercise. Over 40 thousand people are currently on a 30-year-long waiting list for permanent...
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