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Level two water restrictions from 10th Dec in Greater Sydney and Illawarra

Minister for Water, Property and Housing Melinda Pavey today reminded people in Sydney, Blue Mountains and the Illawarra Level 2 water restrictions will come into effect from tomorrow 10 December.

Australian Government to return three more stolen artefacts to India

When PM Scott Morrison visits India in January 2020, he will take with him three stolen artefacts (statues) from the National Gallery of Australia (Canberra). These include a...

NSW Government will teach swimming to International students

The NSW Government has launched seven projects to support international students learning water safety in NSW under the Study NSW Partner Projects grant scheme. The Deputy Premier and Minister for Trade John Barilaro and Member for...

As summer begins, be careful when going out for a swim

Summer’s here and the beach is where we’ll head to as much as possible over the next few months. Sea shore, river banks or lakes - lovely cool water, and possibly water sports, make...

Sydney wakes up to a blanket of ‘big smoke’ and poor air quality

Sydney recorded air pollution to be among the 20 worst in the world on Tuesday (19th Nov '19) due to smoke caused by bush-fires. Sydney’s air quality on Tuesday is among the...

Indian-origin researcher wins award for work on batteries

Dr Neeraj Sharma from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Dr Neeraj Sharma from the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney - considered one...

When the Opera House brought out its Diwali sari

It was a grand start to the Diwali season for Sydney’s Indian community. As the Sydney Opera House lit up in the golden hues of Diwali well ahead of the date, it...

ACCC Vs. Google: Lawsuit says consumer mislead on data collection

Australia's competition watchdog - the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is pursuing Google over allegations the tech-giant made misleading claims about the location data it collected on Android devices,...

PMO accidentally sends out a confidential document in public?

The Australian Prime Minister's office has accidentally sent a confidential document to the media, instead of sending it to the government's Liberal-National Party coalition members for Monday's resumption of Parliament.
Sandip Hor at AITTCC event

Knowing India better: ...

Newer destinations beyond the traditional ‘Golden Triangle’ circuit, increase in number of direct flights, enhanced destination knowledge and more Australian travel operators selling India were the top things that were highlighted by...