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It's Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce that we have to mostly thank for Australia's Word of the Year: "Kwaussie".
Dr. Siraporn Tagerd, a GP from Melbourne, explained about the symptoms and treatment of hay fever and as well as about the link between hay fever and asthma.
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Su Sullivan, Vice President of TIWA, discussed several gender inequality attitudes in Thai society that contribute to domestic violence and we all can intervene...
SBS explores the underground market where Australian permanent residency is being bought and sold. We find dodgy agents and job brokers, and hear from victims who...

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We're talking about life and issues that affect you in settling in Australia.

One in three women has experienced physical or sexual violence at some point in their lives. Family violence can affect anybody, but migrant women face additional...
90 per cent of eligible students in Australia take up a loan to pay for university. There are different types of loans, as well as scholarships, to assist...
The Australian work system functions can be overwhelming. However, it is important to know that migrants who are citizens or on visa will have the same rights as...
Australian goverment offers interpreter services to assist people gaining confidence in effective communication.
Australian Government's Stay Smart Online reminds consumers of how to stay safe on the internet.

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