Cricket for Kerala

How Cricket Australia helped Sydney’s Malayalee community raise funds for Kerala flood survivors. EMIE ROY reports

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...

Flushing their worries away

Keeping girls at school: Mark Balla’s ultimate aim as he builds basic facilities in rural India

Chulha delicacies, right here in Sydney

“Those who haven’t tasted food cooked on a chulha, cannot imagine its flavour and health benefits,” says Dr Madhvi Mohindra who is known as the ‘desi girl’ in her social circle, and...
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Dr Mukesh Chandra Haikerwal, AC: The good doctor

For eminent service to medical governance, administration, and technology, and to medicine, through leadership roles with a range of organisations, to education and the not-for-profit sector, and to the community of western Melbourne. Writes PREETI JABBAL

Lawson Tanner: How a love for Hindi films led to a love for Hindi

When Lawson Tanner sings Galliyan teri galliyan (the Ankit Tiwari number from the film Ek Villain), you might as well believe he means it as a tribute to Hindi, and to India. Mujhko bhaavein teri galliyan… Lawson first...

Now, migrant workers can report workplace issues in their own language

It is easier now for migrant workers in Australia to report their workplace concerns in their own language. The Fair Work Ombudsman in Australia has made it easier for migrant workers to report workplace concerns...

Opera House in Diwali mode

In the midst of a series of Diwali melas, this one is a refreshingly Diwali event.

Hindu Council marks 20 years

The organisation, which aims to create a strong and unified Hindu community in Australia, completes 20 years