Rabt - A Musical Connection

They are new, they are fresh, and they are ambitious. The group of four, coming from an engineering background, have just started their musical journey about a year ago from Sydney. They are making their presence felt and have invitations to...
Ahmed Haider, who is the co-founder of Zookal, has previously appeared in the Forbes list of 30 under 30 Entrepreneur of the Year
Tucked away in an industrial park in Sydney lies Zookal HQ. It’s an unassuming location for a startup that’s helped hundreds of thousands of university students by renting them textbooks. Zookal's CEO and co-founder Ahmed Haider said the team’s g...
Dr Nausha Asrar is a graduate of Aligarh Muslim University
As an employee, you have clear rights when it comes to pay, conditions and safety. And there's easy ways to report it, if those rights are not accepted.
After rejecting opportunities to work at Unilever and Burger King in Singapore and more recently a couple of companies in Australia, Waqas Hassan is focusing on establishing his own business. He is sharing insights about how others can hone their...

ATO Tax Talk October 2017

The following community information is brought to you by the Australian Taxation Office.You have until 31 October to lodge your tax return if you are using myTax. If you are using a registered Tax agent for the first time or using a different...
This week's settlement guide looks at strategies you can employ to secure a job interview

Support services for homeless

Aamer Naqvi from Department of Human Services talks about what support services are available for some of Australia's most vulneralble.
Naima Hashim started this group with an idea of connecting Pakistani and sub-continent women with each other, as well as with the mainstream Australian community.
The 19-year-old youngster rose to fame after an impressive performance in the Champions Trophy
Scientists all over the world are using this tool, and while it is too soon to tell what the overall feedback is, we are expecting that this development will save years worth of work, says Dr Khushi
Dr Matloob Khushi completed his education in Lahore, Pakistan before leaving for the UK in 2005 and eventually coming to Australia in 2006.
Recent studies show that Australian students are declining their interest in maths and science subjects. As a contrast to computer studies where kids dont want to leave computer and tablets. The main reason is their students find them more...
Kashif Bouns repressing youth in bi-annual conference 2017 of Federation of Ethnic Communities Councils of Australia held in Darwin.