As international students return, let’s not return to the status quo of isolation and...

  As Australia welcomes back international students, it’s a time for education providers to re-imagine how they cater to these students. Our research shows helping them to build...

Govt to rebate student visa fees for the next 8 weeks

The Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced a rebate to entice international students to come to Australia. “We will be rebating the visa application fees...

Travellers scramble as Qantas cancels certain flights to India

  Amid labour shortages across the country, including the aviation sector, it seems national carrier Qantas is having to cut down its flights to India....
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“$40 for 2 tests”: Aussies unhappy with RAT prices

  With Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Monday ruling out government funding free rapid coronavirus tests, consumers are unhappy with RATs prices especially since free...

‘Getting nothing from Australia’: intl students fume at delayed travel plans

  When 24-year-old Rini Dharva heard the news last week of Australian borders reopening to international students and temporary residents, she’d rushed to buy tickets...

The religious discrimination bill will make LGBTIQ+ Australians sick

  The Morrison government’s religious discrimination bill was introduced to parliament on Thursday. The bill, now on its third draft, has been a contentious piece of...

Pathway to citizenship open for skilled worker visa holders

  The Australian Government has announced important changes to visas in the skilled workers category. The changes will allow highly skilled migrants to remain in...

Students returning under NSW pilot plan: “We’re looking like fools now.”

  When PM Scott Morrison announced on Monday that Australia was continuing to “safely reopen to the world”, now allowing students and temporary visa holders...

Sydney’s The Ponds: Mobile black spot

  Reports of poor cell phone reception in The Ponds area of Western Sydney have surfaced, with local residents affected and their daily lives disrupted. Despite...
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Australia announces new Consulate General in Bengaluru

  Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison first announced the opening of a new Consulate General in Bengaluru during his virtual inaugural address at the Bengaluru...
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‘Double standards’: temporary residents yearn to reunite with families

  This week, Australian permanent residents and citizens are able to travel internationally without needing permission from the government; and with their parents and partners...

Covaxin now recognised in Australia

  Covaxin, India’s vaccine for COVID-19 produced by Bharat BioTech, is now recognised in Australia. This is welcome news for India’s international students who have been...
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Active Super partners with MultiConnexions to tap into Australian diversity

  Active Super is partnering with MultiConnexions Group, a multicultural marketing and advertising agency, to broaden its appeal and increase engagement with Australians from different...

Woolworths helps customers celebrate Diwali with expanded Indian product range

  Like all of Australia, Woolworths has gained an understanding of the special place that Diwali holds in the hearts of the Indian people. The...
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Travelling to India after 1 Nov: All your questions answered

  Indian Link CEO Pawan Luthra discusses the Australian government's decision to reopen borders on Nov 1 with travel professional Ashwini Sonthalia. Who can go? Who...
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Travel exemption applications now open for parents of Australians

  As Qantas announced the new flights to India, Federal Minister for Home Affairs Karen Andrews announced that from today, parents of Australian citizens and...
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NSW’s first multilingual mental health phone line

  The NSW Government has announced a $130 million investment over four years towards sporting clubs and multicultural communities, to support mental health needs from...
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Triple J Hack: South Asian Aussies on ScoMo’s curry nights

  This week on Triple J Hack, Indian Link journalist Rhea L Nath, Liverpool Councillor Charishma Kaliyanda, and Crikey federal politics reporter Kishor Napier-Raman spoke to...
Director of Australia India Institute Lisa Singh. Source: supplied

ARCH-India: New platform for Australia-India research

  Collaborative research between Australia and India has increased considerably over the past few years. Many Australian universities have recognised India’s role as a leading...

No Medicare? Here’s how to prove your COVID vaccination status

  After four months of lockdown, NSW’s ‘Freedom Day’ is finally here. According to the state’s roadmap out of lockdown, this means that masks will...

Travel to India could resume from December

  In a briefing to the Indian media, Prime Minister Scott Morrison confirmed the pathway for Indian-Australians to be able to travel to India -...
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The missing women of Australian politics

  We know Australian politics has a “woman problem” — the figures speak for themselves. Only 38% of all federal MPs are women, and there...
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VIC: targeted govt support for international student wellbeing

  New investments announced by the Victorian government today aim to enhance the experience of Victoria’s international students with programs ranging from jobs guidance to...
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More than 20,000 Indian migrants received permanent visas in 2020-21

  The Federal Government confirms they have delivered 160,0052 places against the proposed level of 160,000 places in their 2020-21 Migration Program, seeing an increase...
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Vaccine passports in Australia: how will they work?

  Even before any COVID-19 vaccines were invented, vaccine passports for participation in public activities appeared likely. Australia’s plagued vaccine rollout meant such requirements lay in a...
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NSW: Targeted COVID-19 support for International students

  The NSW Government is urging international students to come forward and get vaccinated, with a reminder they do not need a Medicare card to...
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Wondering where to buy Indian flags in Australia?

  So you’re going to bring out your Indian flag this weekend, as India marks its 75th Independence Day. Since we can’t all be together to...

NSW kirpan ban: new policy announced for schools

  After consulting with community organisations, the NSW Government has announced a new policy on Sikh students carrying kirpans to school. The state had temporarily banned...
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How driving rules in Australia vary from state to state

  From double demerit points to different tailgating distances, Australia’s driving laws differ from state to state. Motorists need to stay clued up as some of...
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Childcare gap-fee waived for NSW families during lockdown

  With NSW’s lockdown extended till 30 July, the Morrison Government has now announced additional support for families in COVID-affected areas. Gap-fees for childcare services...


Let’s Talk Boosters: Indian Link podcast

  In LET'S TALK BOOSTERS, a new podcast series by Indian Link, host Ekta Sharma quizzes Dr Kritman Dhamoon of Blacktown Hospital Sydney about booster...
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‘Serving the community’: COVID testing in remote NSW

  The past two years have been a rollercoaster of COVID-19 related turmoil; from isolating lockdowns, closed borders, to trying to help Indians in the...

Ep 9: What do young Indians want from love?

  Growing up in Indian culture, most of us know that love has never been as popular as marriage. Even in the movies, the main...
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