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Australia, a nation shaped by permanent migration, appears to be shifting to a new reality which some say is a permanent shift to temporary migration.

FIFA Women's World Cup 2019

The 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup, expected to be the richest and most-watched ever, has kick off in France.There are 24 countries, including Australia, competing in the tournament, which this year runs for  four weeks from June 7th to July 7.
 A record number of women and the first Indigenous person to sit in Cabinet are part of Prime Minister Scott Morrison's new ministry, which has been sworn in at Government House in Canberra. On the other hand, Sunday, Anthony Albanese...
Australia may pride itself on being an active nation, but a study by the World Health Organisation suggests that is far from true.
It's a week dedicated to reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.National Reconciliation Week is celebrated across Australia each year between 27 May and 3 June.This year the focus is on truth telling and what role it can...
In what's being described as a significant turnaround from the predictions of the polls, the Liberal-National Coalition has taken victory in the Federal Election.
Interview with Her Excellency Nineta Barbulescu, Romanian Ambassador in Australia and New Zealand about the upcoming elections for the EU Parliament and the referendum on justice in Romania.

Tributes flow for Bob Hawke

Tributes are being paid to Australia's 23rd Prime Minister, Bob Hawke, who has died at his home at the age of 89.The Labor leader has been remembered as "a larrikin" who brought the nation together.
When Australians head to the polls on May 18, more people will cast a vote than ever before.But while enrollment numbers are at record highs - the trust voters have in politicians has hit a 50 year low.

Technology for everyone

Daniel Manu with the latest technology news and information
The New South Wales Attorney General is warning people with limited English that they're prime targets for identity theft.His comments come as a report by Australia's Information Commissioner finds there have been more than 300 major data breaches...
It's compulsory for all Australian citizens to vote in the federal election, but not everyone has to cast a ballot on election day.As the campaign gets underway, an increasing number of people are choosing to vote early at federal elections, but...

Anzac Day dawn services

Crowds of war veterans and young Australians have gathered at dawn services around the country to commemorate Anzac Day.For many it was their first-time at a service and for more familiar faces, it was a chance to put politics aside and reflect on...
Under Australia's preferential voting system, voters can rank the candidates for both Houses of Parliament from most-preferred to least-preferred.Counting the ballots is process of elimination based on the preferences until one candidate secures...
Ileana Stan talks about the Easter feast