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Dara Sok is a fulltime factory worker in Melbourne. He is driving Uber over the weekend to earn extra income.For him, driving Uber is another source of income that he...
Australia's first national survey of the rental market has revealed widespread fear and anxiety among tenants.  Researchers say renters are putting up with...
From sound healing with didgeridoo to art therapy for disabled people, Aboriginal art is proving a powerful tool for helping Indigenous and non-Indigenous...
Phnom Penh Municipal Court​has decided to detain social and political analyst, Kim Sok later on 17th of February 2017.Meng Phalla reports…
Standing committee of National Assembly has decided to hold the meeting on 20th of February 2017 to discuss and approve on the amended political party law...
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Settlement Guide

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

For new Australians securing accommodation is an integral part of the settlement process. Community groups across the country work alongside governments to help those...
For those who are new to Australia, resources like public housing can be essential to get by, yet tricky to access information on. Here are five things to...

How to see a doctor in Australia?

When we are sick the first point of contact is often the family doctor.Family doctors are commonly referred to as general practitioners or GPs in Australia. 
Regardless of your age, health check-ups are important to identify potential risk factors, to prevent diseases and to help you live a happy and healthy life.
In Australia consumers have rights under the law called consumer guarantees - and they could save you money.However, people who've recently settle in Australia...