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European Union leaders  approved free-trade agreement negotiations between the EU and Australia as well as New Zealand.

‘Polish Cinema in Australia’

A New initiative about showcase Polish films in Australia.

Vaccination Part 1

Vaccinations pros and cons.  A conversation with dr Beata Zatorska.

Prestigious Concert in Sydney

Grzegorz Machnacki from the Society of Polish Culture in Australia talks about the prestigious Concert of classical music in Sydney Town Hall, as part of the celebrations of the 100th anniversary of Poland Regaining the Independence.
Meet a young film director Eryk Lenartowicz. His short film Dots, was selected for the 71st Cannes Film Festival in the Cinéfondation section. The film was made while Eryk was completing his Master of Screen Arts at AFTRS. Only 17 films...

Week in Poland

Przemek Przybylski is reporting about the current events of the last week in Poland.
.A Conversation with Elżbieta Drozd.  

Movie review: 'Breath'

Based on the book  by Tim Winton, the film tells the story about the fascination with surfing.
Sydney FC's midfielder, Adrian Mierzejewski won the highest individual honour - player of the year in the A-League, winning the Johnny Warren medal in just his first season in Australia. 

Report "X": an exhibition

A conversation with the guests from National Institute of Remembrance who came to Melbourne for the opening of the Exhibition on Captain Witold Pilecki in the Victorian’s Parliament. 

The Latest from Western Australia

The Best place on the Earth is in Perth. Where? Listen to Paulina.
Andrzej Nowak and Zofia Musial  from organizing committee of the exhibition Report “X” talk about official launch of the project at Parliament House in Victoria [[{"fid":"1639131","view_mode":"body_content","uuid":"d428e863-8918-4fc8...

Movie Review: Quiet Place

A very good horror movie...

Movie Review: Finding My Feet

A heartwarming comedy.
A new study shows skilled migrants add to Australia's wealth, and do not live on welfare or rob local workers of jobs. The report is by the Treasury and the Department of Home Affairs, and follows calls to reduce Australia's immigration intake.