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Tech News - Part 176

This is a weekly segment about new science and technology updates.  
Refugees and asylum seekers are set to benefit from enhanced health services in Victoria. The state government has announced extra funds for health and wellbeing...
State education ministers have criticised the Federal Government for not providing enough detail on planned reforms to the so-called Gonski needs-based funding.  
A survey of more than 2,000 Australians by the Climate Institute has found 77 per cent believe climate change is occurring and 90 per cent believe the Federal...

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Australia is huge country. A country, full of interesting things. In this weekly segment, we review some interesting facts about an aspect of the country.  
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Stroke requires urgent help

September 12 to 18 is National Stroke Week and were urged to think FAST and act fast as soon as we notice signs of stroke.  
How do we do some things in Australia? How to apply for a job? How to get a driving license in Australia? How to buy a house? How to sell a property in Australia?...

Free English classes for migrants

Learning to speak and write English is a key skill for migrants to Australia.  The federal government encourages adult literacy education across the country,...

Dementia care for migrants

Dementia is not a normal part of ageing and yet Alzheimers Australia predicts by mid-century almost a million people will be living with the illness. ...

AFL embraces diversity

Whether its watching matches, playing on the field or supporting their favourite players, many migrants in Australia are embracing AFL. Reflecting our...
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