‘Shanakht Kay Qaidi (Stranded in Identity) an Urdu booked launched in Sydney

(Tribune International): A book launch ceremony of an Urdu book ‘Shanakht Kay Qaidi’ (Stranded in Identity) written by a famous writer and senior Journalist Syed Atiq ul Hassan was launched in a... Read more »

12th Rabi ul Awal celebrated with religious fervour at Jashn-e-Eid Milaad Un Nabi for Women in Sydney

Sydney, Friday, 1st December 2017, Tribune’s Report: Ladies from across Sydney, New South Wales gathered to celebrate the life and teachings of the Prophet Mohammad (Sallahu’Alaihi Wa Salim) on the special occasion... Read more »
Australia's Sydney Opera House to turn gold for Diwali

Sydney Opera House turns gold for Diwali festival

The iconic sails of the Sydney Opera House tonight turned gold to mark the most widely celebrated Hindu festival, Diwali. NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Multiculturalism Ray Williams hosted a community reception... Read more »
Sydney’s summer 'Culture Up Late'

Sydney’s summer of culture to stay up late

Immerse yourself in the country’s largest arts and cultural institutions for your mid-week culture-fix this summer Sydney’s major arts and cultural institutions launch Culture Up Late this Wednesday night when they turn on... Read more »
Art Gallery of New South Wales

Acclaimed International Artists announced for Sydney International Art Series

Sydney International Art Series will bring world’s most outstanding art exclusively to Sydney The first art exhibition in Sydney devoted to the Dutch golden age featuring masterpieces by Rembrandt, and a rare... Read more »

Halal Expo Australia 2016: Melbourne’s event moves from Jan 10 to April 3 – no change in Sydney’s event on April 10, 2016

Sydney (Announcement from Halal Expo Australia by Sarwat Hassan): Some of the major sponsors of Halal Expo Australia and exhibitors have shown their unavailability to participate in Melbourne’s event of Halal Expo... Read more »

Young people smash stereotypes at forum for cultural diversity

Sydney (Media release to Tribune International): The dangers of labelling and stereotypes were debated by more than 200 students from NSW schools and youth organisations at Multicultural NSW’s annual Youth Leaders’ Day, IDEATION... Read more »

Japanese Imperial Princess inaugurates Pak Calligraphy Exhibition

TOKYO — Japan’s Imperial Highness Princess Takamado, was the Chief Guest of Honour at an inauguration ceremony of the Calligraphy Exhibition at the Pakistan Embassy. Lt. General/Ambassador (Retd) Humayun Bangash, who is... Read more »

‘Kathputli’ is another attraction in CREF 2015 this year

As the hype of CREF 2015 events in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth is getting momentum now and thousands are expecting to come, it is a great news for visitors that first time... Read more »
Living mural, Sydney, Vivid Sydney Festival 2015. Opera House. Photo: James Horan/Destination NSW

Vivid Sydney 2015: Festival of light brightens Australia’s winter nights

Sydney was drenched in a kaleidoscope of colours last night when the switch was flicked on the city’s Vivid light and music spectacular SYDNEY – The streets of Sydney and its iconic... Read more »

Lanterns of Terracotta Warriors enliven Sydney’s Chinese New Year Festival

Chinese New Year getting bigger and more exciting in Australia every year Sydney – Australia is all set to brighten up the Chinese New Year with a burst of colour with 90 brightly coloured... Read more »

Is Frank Gehry’s building a new architectural icon for Australia?

Sydney has joined the list of cities with a Frank Gehry-designed building Inspired by the idea of a tree house, Gehry describes his building design as “a growing learning organism with many... Read more »