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On 24 June 2010, Advocacy groups and gender equality supporters celebrated equally across Australia when Julia Gillard achieved the highest post as first Australian...
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An entire outback town that faced a mass exodus after a mine closure could be given a new lease on life.   Image: Leigh Creek (SBS) 
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Legendary Filipino singer-songwriter Freddie Aguilar will perform two concerts in Australia this July after almost 30 years.    Image: Freddie Aguilar...
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British Prime Minister David Cameron has given his first address in Parliament since the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union.    ...
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Mindanao News. Summary of latest news from the region by Allen Estabillo        Image: President-elect and Mayor Rodrigo...
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Settlement Guide

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

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" which...
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...
Escalating property prices in Australia's major cities are making it difficult for first-home buyers to get into the market. Knowing how to budget and doing your...

Settlement Guide: Voting explained

Australians go to the polls to vote in the Federal Election on July 2. Voting is compulsory in Australia. So, how does it work?
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