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Indian mum plunges to death at Victoria lookout point

  In another grim warning against jumping fences or climbing barriers to get that perfect selfie, an Indian mum from Melbourne has passed away after...

2000 people in 14 countries see Melb play online

Recently, Forty-five amateur artists pulled off a theatrical coup of sorts with Bouquet, a 9-play act held virtually. Even as COVID-caused lockdown persisted, the...

Melbourne unlocked: What’s the post-restrictions plan?

Some excitement about "overpriced gourmet coffee" with some caution about socialising and hygiene - here's how Melbournians are accepting the easing of Melbourne's restrictions...

Indian links in Victoria’s local council elections 2020

Victoria's 2020 local council elections, during the state's strict coronavirus restrictions, will be conducted by postal vote and will be the largest ever undertaken...

‘Slow and steady’ exit from lockdown as Victorian government sets sights on ‘COVID-normal’ Christmas

The Victorian government today announced the eagerly anticipated roadmap out of COVID-19 lockdown. It features several steps that reflect a much slower relaxing of...

Melbourne lockdown and a state of disaster

Over 130K Victorians have just finished registering for a social media initiative, started by Christian Bernstein, to send Premier Daniel Andrews a virtual hug....

Enduring Melbourne’s second lockdown without family

Melbourne's second lockdown is proving to be much harsher than the first. With a strict 8 pm to 5 am curfew, this time around,...

Ganesha’s new abode in Melbourne

Much to the disappointment of thousands of devotees, the latest COVID-19 lockdown in Melbourne has caused delays in the consecration ceremony (Maha Kumbabhishegam) of...

Review: Maara (Amazon Prime)

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maara movie
  The first thing that strikes you about Maara is it is a visually striking film. That's also about the last thing that strikes you,...

Reopening after being a COVID exposure site

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Udaya wentworthville
  "We did not have a clue, because the customer was asymtopmatic." Since the news of popular spots Saravanaa Bhavan and Udaya supermarket being COVID exposure...

‘Stories of Kannagi’: a Tamil classic in the Blake Art Prize

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A still Stories of Kannagi: Tamil CLassic
  "Kannagi begins as an ordinary woman; well not that ordinary, and then transforms into a goddess of justice!" So says Bulli-based artist filmmaker Zanny Begg,...

India’s COVID vaccination drive begins in Delhi

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  With the world's biggest vaccination drive slated to roll out across India from January 16, the Delhi government has announced that it has made...

Test cricket draw marks a massive victory for India

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third test draw
  As the Indian batsmen stepped up to the crease on day 5 of the third Test at the SCG, the odds were against them....
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