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Soraya Koomthim-Barr, a community service volunteer in Melbourne, told us how more Thai volunteers can benefit Australian society and hopefully can also lead to some...
Wanna Beckers, Regional Manager of Education Queensland International, explained about how to enroll international students in public schools in Australia. 
In Australia consumers have rights under the law called consumer guarantees - and they could save you money.However, people who've recently settled in Australia...
Some herbal medicines may contain ingredients that interact adversely with other medications. Toxic chemicals, heavy metals and pesticides also found in some...
Bundit Puangthong, a Melbourne based contemporary Thai artist, explained how he incorporate Thai traditional painting techniques and Buddhism symbols to Western...
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Settlement Guide

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

In Australia consumers have rights under the law called consumer guarantees - and they could save you money.However, people who've recently settled in Australia can be...
Ausralian government encourages adult literacy education across the country, particularly for newly arrived migrants and refugees where English is not their first...
Knowing if you need an Australian driver's licence and how to get one can change from state to state. Your licence requirements depend on where you live and what...

Settlement Guide: Australia Day

Get to know the history, the significance and the conflicts behind Australia Day, the official National Day of Australia.
Australia's First Peoples are the world's oldest living civilization dating back some 50,000 years according to a recent genetic study by an international team of...