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China Southern Airlines to sponsor NSW Mumbai Cricket Tournament

China Southern Airlines to sponsor NSW Mumbai Cricket Tournament

 NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell has announced the charity cricket tournament to begin later this year between NSW and India has attracted international sponsorship. Mr O’Farrell says the NSW Maharashtra Cricket Cup to be held in Western Sydney in October will be sponsored by China Southern Airlines. “I am delighted with this support from China Southern […]

PAL V One- the Power of Private Land and Air flying

PAL V One- the Power of Private Land and Air flying

This is an amazing story of Private Flying Car, an ultimate freedom in our lifestyle. More than 100 years people have dreamt of a flying car and this dream is becoming a reality. Next time when you step out from home, you do not have to drive your car on road, you can enjoy your […]

Audio-Visual spectacle Pranamam Delights Audiences

Audio-Visual spectacle Pranamam Delights Audiences

Soorya Australia and Sydney Malayalee Association as part of Soorya Global Festival of Indian Dance Music presented a show called Pranamam on 1st June in Sydney. This uniquely choreographed event positioned as Ode to the Legend of Mohammed Rafi, combined dance, music and cinema using Mohammed Rafi’s popular songs into a captivating visual-aural experience. It […]

Mahindra launches 7 seat SUV in Australia

Mahindra launches 7 seat SUV in Australia

India’s newest and most popular SUV, the Mahindra XUV500 is all set to hit the Australian market after it passed the rigorous Australian New Car Assessment Programme (ANCAP). The Mahindra XUV500 successfully passed the ANCAP crash test bagging four stars for safety, scoring 26 points of the total 37. It scored 10 out of 16 points […]

New South Wales has got the right approach to Multiculturalism

New South Wales has got the right approach to Multiculturalism

Community Relations Commission (CRC) Chair Stepan Kerkyasharian speaks to Indian Herald, Editor, Rohit Revo on issues relating to Multiculturalism. Could you tell us how and when was the Community Relations Commission (CRC) formed? Community Relations Commission is actually a body which took over, where a body called Ethnic Affairs Commission left off. The Ethnic Affairs […]

Call to increase funding for Multicultural Arts Productions

Call to increase funding for Multicultural Arts Productions

Eminent supporter of migrant and youth communities in NSW, MLC Shaoquett Moselmane recently gave a speech in NSW Parliament asking for an increase in the funding for arts especially, Multicultural Arts Productions. Reflecting the feelings of many people in the ethnic communities, Shaoquett Moselmane drew attention of members to the difficulties that State’s multicultural communities were […]

National Broadband Network (NBN) rollout gathering pace

National Broadband Network (NBN) rollout gathering pace

The roll-out of the National Broadband Network (NBN) is gathering pace. Over the next three years the NBN fibre network will have passed or commenced construction to more than 3.5 million homes and businesses, close to one third of Australia’s premises. The NBN is a nation-building infrastructure project which will deliver faster, more reliable broadband […]

Dr Vijay Joshi in Queen’s Birthday honours list

Dr Vijay Joshi in Queen’s Birthday honours list

Wattle Grove resident, Dr Vijay Joshi is a prominent face in the Maharashtrian community in Sydney. He has devoted over 15 years to the Marathi Radio show Akashwani Sydney. But now Dr Vijay Joshi has met with more fame. This time he has been awarded with a Medal of the Order of Australia for the […]

Australia’s oldest temple celebrates its 35th birthday

Australia’s oldest temple celebrates its 35th birthday

Sri Mandir in Auburn was established in 1977 by three founders who acquired and financed a fibro hall. They then worked with the Indian community to establish the First Hindu Temple in Australia and ever since then the fortunes of the temple and the Indian communities have grown in tandem from strength to strength. With […]

Indian Consul General Farewell organized in NSW Parliament

Indian Consul General Farewell organized in NSW Parliament

The city of Sydney hosts the consulates and representative offices of around 130 countries and rarely do the departing Diplomats of these countries get the opportunity to experience a farewell like the one given to the Indian Consul General, Amit Dasgupta. In a rare display of respect, reflecting the growing links between Australia and India […]

National Multicultural Marketing Awards launched for 2012

National Multicultural Marketing Awards launched for 2012

Cultural diversity means business – that’s the message from Minister for Citizenship and Communities Victor Dominello, who launched the National Multicultural Marketing Awards for 2012. “These awards have for 22 years been a beacon for all those who use their language and cultural skills and their knowledge of market needs in their former homelands to […]

Victor Dominello’s Speech at Launch of Multicultural Awards

Victor Dominello’s Speech at Launch of Multicultural Awards

National Multicultural Marketing Awards 2012 was launched in Sydney by State Minister for Multiculturalism and MP for Ryde, Victor Dominello. Listen to his speech here as he describes cultural diversity as an economic dividend.

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