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LUNA PARK SYDNEY LAUNCHES A NEW CHAPTER WITH FIRST LOOK AT $15M IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCE

Sydney, December 21 2023 – Luna Park Sydney officially unveiled its new, highly-anticipated immersive experience, Dream Circus, at the grand opening last night, introducing a new and exciting era of entertainment for the park that goes beyond the thrills of traditional rides and rollercoasters that it is already known for. Among the 1,100+ attendees were...Read More

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University of Sydney appoints Barry O’Farrell to advise on India

The University of Sydney has appointed former NSW Premier and Australian High Commissioner to India Barry O’Farrell AO as Special Advisor to the Vice-Chancellor (India). In this role, Mr O’Farrell will support Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Mark Scott, in matters relevant to the University’s education, research and diplomatic endeavours with India, the sub-continent and more broadly....Read More

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Volvo Cars Values Culture

Volvo Cars encourages a working culture that welcomes different perspectives as it believes it unlocks every person’s full potential. “We are human-centric and embrace honesty, transparency, respect, empowerment and authenticity. We protect what’s important to you and the generations to come, always,” just some of the words used by Stephen Connor, Managing Director of Volvo...Read More

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Indian NGO leader awarded honorary doctorate – Asha founder Dr Kiran Martin admitted to degree of Doctor of Letters

Dr Kiran Martin, founder of the Asha Community Health and Development Society, has been awarded a Doctor of Letters (honoris causa) by the University of Sydney for her contribution to the interests and welfare of the people of India. The University of Sydney’s Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Mark Scott AO, conferred the degree of Doctor...Read More

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Crime Stoppers Victoria launches youth knife campaign in bid to cut the violence

Crime Stoppers Victoria and Victoria Police are urging young Victorians to cut the violence in a bid to reduce knife-related crime which can devastate families and leave communities reeling. The ‘Cut the Violence’ campaign has been developed in consultation with secondary school students aged between 15-18 years to reinforce the risks and consequences for those...Read More

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2023 Referendum: How to make your answer matter

Voters from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds are reminded that Saturday 14 October is referendum voting day, and support is available to help all Australians participate.Australian Electoral Commissioner Tom Rogers is encouraging people to plan their vote and learn how to correctly complete the ballot paper. “Federal referendums are in-person events just like elections...Read More