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Estonian movie nights in Sydney

Lauri Liblik organises Estonian movie nights in Sydney. How successful have they been and how does he choose the movies?
Australian women will now have five years between tests for cervical cancer, with a national screening program that launched on December 1. The new test will...
Estonia is celebrating it's 100th anniversary with a long string of events. We talked to Jaanus Rohumaa, the Head of the Organising Committee of Estonia 100. What...
November is the month for celebrating St Martin's and St Cahterine's Day. Estonia has a long history and many customs relating to these holidays. What do...
A new survey has revealed job exploitation of international students and backpackers in Australia is "endemic and severe." The report, Wage Theft in Australia, is...

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Sydney Estonian choir Lõke is turning 20 next week. How will the celebrate? How easy is it to sing Estonian songs and what have been some of the most memorable moments...
Pille-Riin Tilk is a florist starting off her own business in Sydney. She has 10 years of floristry experience from Australia and Estonia. We asked her about some...
Mark Herman Ilumets is a Year 11 student from Hiiumaa. He studied Australian Estonians for his school work and found out some interesting facts about them. What...
Rauno Heinla is the strongest man in Estonia. Last week he made a new world record in Melbourne? How do Strongmen sportsmen compete against each other and what...
Estonia celebrated Mother Tongue Day on March 14. How did this tradition start and how does Estonia check its people's Estonian language skills?