Reach Indians and South East Asians living in Australia

Christian Mc Karthy

Indians in Australia

A Teen’s Federal Court Battle against Australia’s Environment Minister

Seventeen-year-old Anjali Sharma made headlines after she and seven other Australian teenagers filed a lawsuit against environment minister Sussan Ley. The group took to the federal court in its bid to stop the approval of a mining project in New South Wales. Sharma’s claims gained more relevance after the Intergovernmental Panel’s report on Climate Change...Read More

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How Covid-19 Vaccine Will Be Distributed In Your State. Find Out Here…

The COVID-19 vaccine rollout has been initiated on 22nd February. Each state has started preparing its strategies for the distribution and administration of the initial doses of the vaccine. The Pfizer vaccine is now available and ready to be inducted. The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has gone through many lengthy processes to approve the drug...Read More

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Hungry For Indian? Here are Sydney’s Top Ten Indian Restaurants

Fortunately for Indian food lovers, you don’t have to take a 12-hour flight to get a real authentic taste of India. Sydney has some delicious restaurants right here on your doorstep. See below our top ten choices (in no particular order) for the best places for Indian cuisine, from upmarket establishments to cheap eats. Manjit’s...Read More

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Westpac hit with a record-breaking fine – how does it compare to others?

If individuals get punished for breaking the law, so does corporate bodies. Westpac, one of the big fours, headquartered in Sydney has been slammed with a record-breaking fine of $1.3 billion over money laundering and child exploitation breaches. This is the largest ‘civil penalty‘ issued in Australia’s corporate history, leaving many people’s mouth agape because...Read More