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Why teaching the history is different in Romania, Slovakia, or in Hungary?       

102 years of ANZAC tradition

102 years since the Anzac tradition began on the shores of Gallipoli during World War One.       

ANZAC Coastwatchers

One of the last survivors of a top-secret Second World War unit says he fears its efforts will be forgotten, and he is posting his story online before it is too...

Rembembering those, who served

Each year on the 25th of April we mark Anzac Day when we remember those who served and died in armed conflict.       

Last survivors of those camps…

When war broke out with Japan 75 years ago, its impact on the Japanese civilians living in Australia was profound.         
Welcome to The Chefs’ Line
#TheChefsLine

Culture, heritage and history through food goes next level with the brand-new series The Chefs' Line.
Weeknights
 6pm on SBS (from Monday 3rd April).

Community News

News about the Australian Hungarian community

Why teaching the history is different in Romania, Slovakia, or in Hungary?       

Stringer reports: cold, and snow

Daniel Istvan Kiraly.   
Visiting theater company, „PinceszinhA?z Eger is performaing in Melbourne and Sydney.     

Gourmant Morsels at the Easter Show

The Australian-Hungarian company, Gourmet Morsels are specialising in Australian Bush and International Herb & Spice Blends. Chef Joe and his Team of dedicated...
Daniel Istvan Kiraly reports.