اختر علی مغل کی جانب سے ادبی، سماجی اور صحافتی شخصیات کے لئے عشائیہ منعقد کیا گیا

 سڈنی (ٹریبیون انٹرنیشنل رپورٹ، 10 اپریل):  سڈنی میں پاکستانی کمیونٹی کے سرگرم کارکن اختر علی مغل اور انکی بیگم شہنیلہ اختر نے بروز جمعہ 9 اپریل کو ایک مقامی ریسٹورینٹ میں باوقار... Read more »

AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT’S RESPONSE TO RESPECT@WORK REPORT

Canberra (Tribune International, PM Office Release, 8 April 2021): Morrison Government announces its response to the Respect@Work Report. The Report provides a comprehensive set of recommendations for preventing and addressing sexual harassment.... Read more »

DAYLIGHT SAVING ENDS ON THIS SUNDAY

Tribune International (Attorney General’s Office Release, 31 March 2021): Clocks wind back an hour this Easter Sunday, marking the end of dark starts to cooler days. Attorney General Mark Speakman said there’s... Read more »

T20 Cricket held to support the policemen martyred in the line of duty

Sydney (Tribune International Report, 27 March 2021): The Fayyaz Sumbal Foundation is a joint Australian- Pakistani initiative aimed at promoting peace through our countries’ mutual love of the sport of cricket. The... Read more »

WESTMEAD’S WORLD-CLASS HOSPITAL OFFICIALLY OPENED

Sydney (Tribune International, Ministry of Health & Medical Research Release, 23 March 2021): More operating theatres, patient rooms and world-class services, including two new Emergency Departments, are all part of Westmead Hospital’s... Read more »

یوم پاکستان: کیاپاکستان کو قرادِ پاکستان اور نظریہ پاکستان کے مطابق چلایا جا رہا ہے؟

یوم پاکستان: کیاپاکستان کو  قرادِ پاکستان اور نظریہ  پاکستان کے مطابق چلایا جا رہا ہے؟ سید عتیق الحسن ۲۳مارچ ۱۹۴۰ کو ، ہندوستان کے  مسلمان  قائدین نے قائد اعظم محمد علی جناح... Read more »

Pakistan Day: Does Pakistan run as was the Resolution?

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan On 23 March 1940, the Muslim leaders in India under the leadership of Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah passed a resolution to create a separate Islamic... Read more »

CONSENT APP WILL LEAD TO FURTHER CONFUSION AROUND LAW

Sydney (Tribune International, Labor Media Release, 18 March 2021): NSW Labor today called for urgent reform to Consent Laws and education programmes, after the NSW Police Commissioner suggested the development of a... Read more »

NSW HAS WORLD-CLASS STANDARD FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING

The NSW Government will embark on a new reform as part of accepting and implementing all five recommendations from the Gonski-Shergold Review of the NSW Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector. The... Read more »

BOOSTING JOBS FOR MIGRANT AND REFUGEE WOMEN

Sydney (Tribune International, Geoff Lee’s Office, 18 March 2021): The NSW Government has made a further investment this financial year to help migrant and refugee mothers learn English, build social networks, secure... Read more »

NSW Government is slashing red tape and removing barriers for tradies

Sydney (Tribune International, NSW Treasurer’s Office, 18 March 2021): The NSW Government is slashing red tape and removing barriers for tradies to work across state and territory borders, delivering a major boost... Read more »

NEW RESEARCH REVEALS AUSSIES ARE THRIVING IN THE ‘AGE OF UNCERTAINTY’

There is no doubt that the past year has impacted all areas of our lives in one way or another, with many Australians forced to constantly change their routines and adapt to... Read more »

AUSTRALIA SUPPORTING PAPUA NEW GUINEA’S COVID-19 RESPONSE

Canberra (Tribune International, PM Office’s Release, 17 March 2021): Australia is working with Papua New Guinea to support the Government’s response to a concerning spike in COVID-19 cases to help save lives... Read more »

BRIGHTEST MINDS APPOINTED TO LEAD USE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Sydney (Tribune International, NSW Customer Services Release, 17 March 2021): Eleven industry experts have been appointed as inaugural members of the NSW Artificial Intelligence (AI) Advisory Committee and will play a leading... Read more »

Sustainable Development Goals can guide Asia and the Pacific to build back better, says UN report

Bangkok (ESCAP news) – The Asia-Pacific region must accelerate progress everywhere and urgently reverse its regressing trends on many Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to achieve its ambitions by 2030, says a report... Read more »

NEW CITY AT AEROTROPOLIS TO BE NAMED ‘BRADFIELD’

Sydney (Tribune International, NSW Premier’s Office Release, 16 March 2021): The NSW Government plans to call Sydney’s new ‘hi-tech’ city at Bringelly ‘Bradfield’, in honour of the engineer who helped shape Sydney.... Read more »

IS IT TRUE? COUNTERING THE MISINFORMATION ON COVID-19 VACCINES

Canberra (Tribune International, PM Office’s Release, 14 March 2021): The Australian Government is ramping up its campaign against misinformation on the COVID-19 vaccines, as the vaccination program ramps up moving into Phase... Read more »

GLOBAL COMPACT FOR SAFE, ORDERLY AND REGULAR MIGRATION

First Regional Review of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration Concludes in Asia and the Pacific Bangkok (ESCAP News) – The first regional review of the Global Compact for... Read more »

Sustainable Development Goals can guide Asia-Pacific to build back better

The COVID-19 crisis poses an unprecedented threat to development in the Asia-Pacific region that could reverse much of the hard-earned progress made in recent years. The good news is we know how... Read more »

THE ANNUAL PREMIER’S HARMONY DINNER CELEBRATED AT ICC SYDNEY

Sydney (Tribune’s Report, 14 March 2021); The Annual Harmony Dinner is the prestigious event of the year organised by Multicultural NSW. This year, it was held last night at the International Convention... Read more »

TIME FOR GOVERNMENT TO ACT ON CONSENT LAWS

Sydney (Tribune International, Lynda Voltz’s Office, 12 March 2021): The Shadow Minister for Police, Lynda Voltz is calling on the Berejiklian Government to immediately implement the Law Reform Commission’s consent recommendations, after... Read more »

BACKING AUSTRALIA’S FAMILY-OWNED AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY

Canberra (Tribune International, PM’s Office Release, 12 March 2021): The Morrison Government will protect Australia’s family-owned automotive businesses and their employees from the growing power imbalance with multi-national car companies by introducing... Read more »

THOUSANDS OF NEW APPRENTICE AND TRAINEE JOBS

Sydney (Tribune International, PM Office Release, 9 March 2021): Tens of thousands of new job opportunities will be created for apprentices and trainees across Australia with the expansion of the targeted wage... Read more »

NSW EDUCATION STUDENT BEHAVIOUR STRATEGY RELEASED

Sydney (Tribune International, NSW Education Release, 9 March 2021): A network of new behaviour experts is the cornerstone of the NSW Education Student Behaviour Strategy released today. The new statewide team of... Read more »