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Escalating property prices in Australia's major cities are making it difficult for first home buyers to get into the market. Knowing how to budget and doing your...
Dr Aim Sinpeng, a lecturer from Department of Government and International Relations of Sydney University, pointed out Southern separatist involvement and...

Authentic Luk Thung

Kattleya Marasri, a popular Luk Thung singer, explained why she sees herself as one of the last authentic Thai country music singers nowadays. She also told us...

Thailand is open for business

Ms Duangjai Asawachintachit, Deputy Secretary General Thailand Board of Investment (BOI), explained about exciting opportunities in Thailand for Australian...
Joen Joen Boonsungnoen, a pioneer trans-woman vocalist talks about her life and story-filled years of absence at her first Melbourne performance.
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We're talking about life and issues that affect you in settling in Australia.

Escalating property prices in Australia's major cities are making it difficult for first home buyers to get into the market. Knowing how to budget and doing your...
Every hour four people go missing in Australia. While most are found, the disappearance of one person can affect the lives of 12 others - according to the...
The 2016 Census on August 9 will be Australia's biggest ever survey. Run every five years, the census identifies key characteristics of the population to help...
The 2016 census is on August 9. Run every five years, the census identifies key characteristics of the population to help plan for the country’s future. This year...
It's Tax Time. Time to get financial records in order, so individuals can lodge a tax return. To help in the process, the Australian Tax Office provides support...
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