$10,000 SMALL BUSINESS NORTHERN FLOOD GRANT NOW OPEN

Sydney (NSW Govt Release, 27 April 2022); Flood-impacted small business owners and not-for-profits in the Northern Rivers can now apply for the $10,000 Small Business Northern Flood Grant to help with rent,... Read more »

NSW TOP OF THE TABLE FOR INNOVATION

Sydney (NSW Govt Release, 27 April 2022); NSW has Australia’s strongest startup ecosystem, world-leading universities and an unparalleled opportunity to attract major new investment, according to the latest NSW Innovation and Productivity... Read more »

$100 million upgrade to Olympic intersection

The Commonwealth and NSW Governments have unveiled a $100 million plan to upgrade the intersection of Homebush Bay Drive, Australia Avenue and Underwood Road at Homebush, reducing travel times for Sydney families... Read more »

A Youth Perspective on Imran Khan and Pakistan’s Future

(By Namrah Khan, Karachi); Yesterday, I witnessed an incident while going shopping at KDA mall in Karachi, where a young married man with a Master’s university degree, father of four children, was... Read more »

The Australian Politics, Policies, and Election

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney, Australia. In Australia, federal elections are held every three years. Casting vote in an election is mandatory for all Australian citizens. Scott Morrison, the Prime Minister, has announced... Read more »

$20 MILLION FOR BETTER FACILITIES FOR AUSTRALIA’S FISHOS, BOATIES AND CAMPERS

Millions of Australians that love to go fishing, boating and camping will benefit from upgraded community facilities under the Morrison Government’s economic plan which has committed an additional $20 million to the... Read more »

Homeless crisis to worsen after the election

There are now over 290,000 homeless Australians and growing HOMELESSNESS is likely to worsen after the Australian federal election on May 21 as investors have been holding off on development applications. Inspire... Read more »

NSW Government closes contacts services of a confirmed COVID-19

The NSW Government today announced close contacts of a confirmed COVID-19 case will not be required to isolate, provided they comply with NSW Health guidelines. There are no changes for positive cases:... Read more »

The Influence of Confirmation Bias on Organizations

By Afsheen Ekhteyar; Although we live in an advanced era, we are still in the dark, disconnected from reality. By following the accepted views and opinions, we fail to question the origins... Read more »

‘Australia has faced a series of defining challenges over the past three years’ says Scott Morrison

By Scott Morrison, The Australian Prime Minister. Australia has faced a series of defining challenges over the past three years. Fires, floods, a pandemic, a global recession, a mouse plague, a war in... Read more »

کیا یہ پاکستان کی حقیقی آزادی اور خود مختاری کے نفاذ کا عمل ہے

سید عتیق الحسن، سڈنی آسٹریلیا آج پاکستان ایسے دوراہے پر کھڑا ہے کہ ایک طرف پاکستان کی آزاد خارجہ پالیسی کا خواب ہے تو دوسری طرف امریکہ کی روائتی غلامی۔ پاکستانی عوام... Read more »

Path to Process Real Freedom and Sovereignty of Pakistan

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney, Australia Today, Pakistan stands at a crossroads where, on the one hand, Pakistan dreams of an independent foreign policy, and on the other, traditional American slavery.... Read more »

‘THANK A FARMER DAY’ HIGHLIGHTS TIRELESS WORK OF PRIMARY PRODUCERS

The NSW Government is thanking farmers across NSW for their contribution to the strongest primary industries sector on record and for continuing to produce some of the best food and fibre in... Read more »

‘Our economic recovery measures saved around 700,000 jobs’ says Scott Morrison

Australia has faced a series of defining challenges over the past three years. Fires, floods, a pandemic, a global recession, a mouse plague, a war in Europe, economic coercion from China. They’ve... Read more »

Women Council Australia Celebrates Women’s Day in Sydney

Sydney (Report by Surraya Hassan, Tribune International, 8 March 2022); The Women Council Australia headed by Sazeda Akhter, Councillor Canterbury-Bankstown celebrated International Women Day. The Hon Mark Coure, Minister for multiculturalism NSW,... Read more »

ISLAMIC COMMUNITY IN AUSTRALIA SUFFERS A GREAT LOSS

Members of Islamic community in Sydney share deep sorrow and grief over the loss of Dr. Qazi Ashfaq Ahmed. A well-known prominent community senior leader. In the last 50 years, Dr. Qazi... Read more »

AN INDIAN MUSLIM GIRL BRAVELY RESPONDS WITH ALLAH O AKBAR TO A HINDU EXTREMIST MOB

Tribune International (Australia) report, 9 Feb 2022. In Karnataka (India) today, a young Muslim girl, named Muskaan, parked her motorbike and proceed to college building when right-wing Hindu extremist students’ mob began... Read more »

DEFENCE SURGES TO SUPPORT AGED CARE SECTOR

Canberra (Tribune International, PM Office Release, 7 Feb 2022); The Morrison Government will deploy up to 1,700 Australian Defence Force personnel to support staff in the aged care sector. This immediate support... Read more »

Broader Muslim Community – Ramadan religious worker visa

Canberra (Home Affairs, Media Release, 6 Feb 2022); Please see information on religious worker visa. For more information please visit the links below on the Home Affairs website. Visa options for religious workers... Read more »

IMRAN KHAN TO ATTEND WINTER OLYMPICS AT CHINA’S INVITATION, BUT …

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Editor, Tribune International, 4 Feb 2022; The Chinese government has invited Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan to attend the Winter Olympics as a special guest. Imran Khan... Read more »

AUSTRALIA WELCOMES RETURN OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS AND BACKPACKERS

Canberra (Tribune International, Home Affairs Release, 3 Feb 2022); Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs, Alex Hawke MP, today announced strong arrival figures for International Students and Working Holiday... Read more »

WORLD MUST DENOUNCE THE GENOCIDE OF UYGHUR MUSLIMS IN CHINA

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan; There are about 12 million Muslim Uyghurs living in Xinjiang, also known as the Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) of China. Uyghurs are Turkish descendants, unlike Chinese, they... Read more »

AUSTRALIA’S ECONOMIC ACCELERATOR TO PROPEL ECONOMY

Canberra (Tribune International, PM Office Release, 01 Feb 2022); A new $1.6 billion economic accelerator will turn Australia’s leading research into world-beating businesses as part of the Morrison Government’s focus on building... Read more »

NSW GOVERNMENT IS PARTNERING WITH MULTICULTURAL COMMUNITIES TO DELIVER RAT

The NSW Government is partnering with key multicultural organisations to deliver rapid antigen tests (RAT) to vulnerable culturally and linguistically diverse communities across NSW. Minister for Multiculturalism Mark Coure said that the... Read more »