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The Ignite Multicultural Women's Business Scholarship will assist women from migrant backgrounds build their own business
Refugee and migrant women living in Australia are being supported in their entrepreneurial ventures by a scholarship scheme introduced by a non-profit organisation's CEO, Violet Roumeliotis. The Ignite Multicultural Women's Business Scholarship o...

Pope Francis on Bulgarian soil

What were the reactions after Pope Francis’ visit to Bulgaria? 
Following Pope Francis’ three-day apostolic journey to Bulgaria, country Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said, “In the person of Pope Francis, we have a great friend of Bulgaria”. His Holiness said he was very satisfied with the visit and thanked B...
PM Boyko Borisov: Bulgarians don’t care much about European issues
The EU agenda has never been able to find resonance in Bulgaria. European elections are seen as a vote of confidence, or no confidence, vis-à-vis the government. That’s why campaign topics are of local significance – the incomes, corruption, the...
No rentals аre affordable for a single person on Newstart or Youth Allowance in any major city or regional centre
New housing analysis has described Australia's private rental market as "failing" people earning the minimum wage and receiving income-assessed government support payments. It comes just weeks out from the federal election and as calls come from ...
Reaching out for help is strength - never a weakness!
New research shows young men are seeking help from one of Australia most prominent youth counselling services in declining numbers and at a rate much less than young women. The Kids Helpline Insights Report 2018 shows only one in five contacts re...
Bulgarian vote could also indicate the outcome of the future parliamentary elections in the country
The election campaign for the European election held on May 26 has started. Bulgaria elects 17 MEPs to the 751-seat European Parliament. The CEC let 13 parties, 8 coalitions and 6 initiative committees into the race. A total of 318 candidates wil...
Former leader Stanishev was going to contest Ninova’s seat if he was not included in the party’s electoral list
The leader of the Bulgarian Socialist Party, Kornelia Ninova, has failed in her attempt to exclude Party of European Socialists president Sergei Stanishev from the BSP list of candidates for Bulgaria’s May 26 2019 European Parliament elections....
Federal elections are held every three years to determine members of the House of Representatives and the Senate
Voting is compulsory for Australians aged over 18 who have lived at their current address for more than one month. Voters must be enrolled with the Australian Electoral Commission and once registered, they must vote to avoid penalties. The Austra...
How the Bulgarian genome can change Bulgarian history? 
Evgeni Delev is the director of the Bulgarian DNA project. He shares the latest findings by the Bulgarian DNA project. What is the genetic make-up of the Bulgarians?
The turnout is set to be between 40 and 45 percent
In Bulgaria, three parties - GERB, BSP and MRF - will receive 17 out of 18 seats in the upcoming European Parliament elections in late May. Even before it is officially launched, the election campaign is already too fierce, because political anal...
93 per cent of children aged 6 to 11 are cared for by their parents during school holidays
School holidays are a challenge for many parents. However, there are plenty of free activities near you if you know where to look. As for those who cannot afford to take time off work, holiday care programs ranging from traditional vacation care,...
Are the Bulgarians founders of the European civilisation?  
Evgeni Delev is the director of the Bulgarian DNA project.In May 2019 he’ll present in Sofia his 3 books:-    Introduction of Genetic Genealogy-    Bulgarians founders of the European civilisation-    The history of Dumanovi Family TreeEvgeni...
Who are the winners and the losers?
The coalition's federal Budget is being seen as a budget that could swing borderline voters, despite the government having just six weeks before the federal election and consistently trailing in the polls....
Interview with Mr Petar Nikolaev, consul and Charge d'Affaires a.i. at the Bulgarian Embassy, Canberra
Mr Nikolaev will visit Melbourne and Adelaide for the regular consular day. He explains what consular services will be provided: Melbourne - 14 April 2019, Sunday, 10am – 4pm at Bulgarian Orthodox Church Hall Adelaide – 16 April 2019, Tuesday, 2p...
Vitamins and supplements are consumed by almost a billion people worldwide
Staying healthy is a goal we all share. More and more of us are turning to vitamins and supplements to improve our health and wellbeing. But are vitamins really essential?   This year the world will be spending over a $100 billion on vitamins and...