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Exhibiting historical and technical instruments directly from the Nikola Tesla Museum Belgrade, the Michael Crouch Innovation Centre, UNSW has come alive with Teslas...
25 people who declared themselves to speak Serbian during the 2016 Census identified themselves as Aborigines. Regarding the level of education, 68.5% of them...
Food allergies can be very serious business, with one in 20 children and one in 50 adults affected.  Prevention and awareness is the key to reducing the risks...
Serbian Parliament elected Mr Zoran Pasalic as the new ombudsman last week. A hundred and forty-two MPs voted yes and 20 against. Nevertheless this news sparked...
New South Wales will join Victoria in launching an investigation into highly flammable cladding in buildings following the fatal high-rise fire in London.The...
SBS National Languages Competition 2017
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The SBS National Languages Competition 2017 is an exciting initiative to encourage and celebrate a love of learning languages in Australia. Find out how you can be involved! 

Settlement Guide

All the news for newly arrived migrants.

Many Australians would love to be their own boss.But running a small business takes hard work. So, how do you to start and what does it take to be successful when...
Hearing an auctioneer’s call of “Going one, going twice, sold!” is common to many property buyers in Australia. Buying at auction is one of the most popular ways...
It makes sense for migrants who have built their lives in Australia to want their parents close-by. But getting a parent visa can take up to thirty years. However...
Cost of living pressures are a concern for many Australian families. The federal government offers different types of payments to help families, including the...
Every year, thousands of refugees and asylum seekers arrive in Australia. They are often fleeing war, persecution and torture. Making sure they can access...