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Dr Cesar Sofocado is a Filipino-Australian medical practitioner based in Western Australia. He wants to help the many doctors who have asked him on how they can...
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For the past four years Melbourne based artist Czarina has been taking requests from fans and friends during the month of February, to her singing love songs is...
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Little Jeepney to launch it's maiden trip in Melbourne  Little Jeepney, first Pinoy food truck in Melbourne (supplied)Marie Puno and Angelo Guilling at SBS...
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Moving to a country where you don't speak the language can be a daunting experience, especially if you're from a major city and heading to a small town. So a...
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A 14-year-old Sydney teenager is gaining international support in her bid to become the world's first hijab-wearing professional ballerina. But as Brianna Roberts...
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Nenita Griffiths lives on a farm in Wangaratta with her family. Her gardening skills started from her hometown farm in the Philippines. She started planting vegetables...
Filipino's ATP doubles specialist Treat Huey hits big serves on both the men's and mixed doubles, making it through the quarterfinals.     ...
Filipinos bring the bayanihan spirit wherever they go. Image: Pinoy AU Sydney group (Supplied)

A Decade of Dance Teaching

Dancing couple, Eleanor and Felipe Rafol, started as dancing students in year 2000. Since then, things have changed a lot...     Image:...
Maria Teresa Yambao, President of Philippine Women's Missionary Union, talked about the latest developments and initiatives in the elimination of violence against...
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