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In the wake of a historic vote in favour of marriage equality, the spotlight has focussed on the few electorates where the majority of constituents voted NO. Migrant...
On 17th of November 2017, Minister of Interior Sar Kheng has issued a letter to confirm the removal of CNRP from the political parties list in Cambodia.Meng...
After the supreme court of Cambodia has dissolved the only main opposition party, CNRP on 16th of November 2017, United State has announced the termination of...
Head of Cambodian Association in Victoria, Councilor You Horn Chea, has been elected as the Mayor of city of Greater Dandenong for the 4th time on 16th of...
Australia is facing calls to withdraw funding to Cambodia, after the country's Supreme Court unanimously dissolved its main opposition party.

Settlement Guide

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

Navigating the Australian health system, understanding what the doctors say and remembering all the information they give you can be confusing, even if you grew up in...
Australia is one of the most expensive countries in the world when it comes to higher education. 
Australia has been a secular country since federation.The Constitution of 1901 prohibits the Commonwealth government from interfering with the free exercise of...
We often hear on the news stories of employers underpaying their workers, whether its restaurant chains or even small businesses. As an employee, you have clear...
Newly arrived migrants are more likely to be jobless than Australian-born workers. Career coaches say the biggest hurdle many newcomers face is their inability to...