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Viva: The Art of Complaining

Ever felt frustrated about a service or purchase, made a complaint, but ended up getting nowhere?
To avoid this, there is an art to complaining that ensures your concerns are heard and taken seriously.
“Just because you can do it, doesn’t mean you’re meant to do it.”So believes disc jockey, singer and guitarist Krystel Diola after realising that singing is not really for her despite having the voice and talent. 
"I used to sing, write my own song, play it on acoustic guitar... and then I just I realised it wasn't really for me, because I didn't really have the passion for it," adds the Behind The Front PR and Events company founder who is passionate...
Home to many cultures, Blacktown City once again parades its multicultural communities in this year's Blacktown City Festival. 
Organisations and community groups including Filipinos gather together and participate in today's parade along Main street in Blacktown CBD.
Want to taste traditional Filipino cuisine with unique Pampangueño taste?
The Traditional Filipino Cuisine offers its unique Pampaguenos taste of traditional Pinoy dishes from their own-style sisig and crispy sisig to roast pork to their special 'pancit palabok' to their delicacies including 'sapin-sapin' and banana que.
Graphic images of damaged organs covered in yellowish fat from too much unhealthy food could be used to turn people away from eating junk food if a new study is right. 
  Health experts say it is time for junk foods to carry graphic warnings like cigarette packets do to combat what they see as an obesity epidemic.
Australian nun, Sr Patricia Fox ordered to leave the Philippines by May 25, Friday after her appeal to remain in the country was denied.
An estimated 6 million people across Australia dedicate their time to volunteering, with 1 million of those born overseas. National Volunteer Week offers a good chance to look at the impact and contributions migrants are making as volunteers...
The latest Rental Affordability Index report shows Hobart is now Australia's least affordable capital city for tenants -- although renters in the rest of the country are not faring much better. And with the disparity between income and rental...
Ang Larawan, multi awarded Filipino musical by director Loy Arcenas will screen at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) this June 7. Tickets are FREE, limited seats.  Listen in as FASTCO's Ethel Villanueva and Weng Veloso share...
  Ang Larawan is based on the  1997 stage play, Larawan which in turn was based on the 1950 literary play A Portrait of the Artist as Filipino by National Artist Nick Joaquin  [youtube video="a7T2DAUUvn8"]
Australian farmers are joining a regional push for the Turnbull Government to avoid making citizenship harder for migrants to obtain.The farmers say they worry about the effect on vital foreign workers.It comes as advocates call for an increase to...
In the small town of Pyramid Hill in Victoria's north, the Fernandez family is quickly becoming the average rural Australian family.  
From Lumad to Marawi,  illegal arrests to  killings, many issues affecting the Mindanaons seem not to be appropriate especially when the sitting President takes pride of his resident island.
Bishop Antonio Ablon of the Diocese of Pagadian and his younger brother, Fr. Chris, were used to be supporters of Duterte in his early months as he showed preference for the poor and the downtrodden.

Mindanao News

Seven months after authorities declared Marawi safe and clear from the Maute Group, clearing operations continue in several areas.

Australia Innovation Summit

Australian innovation Summit aims to explore how Australia and the Philippines can strengthen ties through private and public sector. Australia’s development investments in the Philippines for 2017-18 is an estimated AUD $85 million. ...
Muslims around the world are currently observing Ramadan, a holy month in the Muslim calendar. While most observations contain a handful of core practices, some specifics differ by region.Listen in as we narrate  how culture colours...

WOW: Wear Orange Wednesday

Give a little. Change a lot.This year, as we give thanks to the thousands of volunteers across Australia, we give special mention to the people in orange suits, SES, State Emergency Services. They are people who respond to our calls during...