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 »

Same-Sex Marriage: Was it the issue for all Australians?

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan The believers and the non-believers commonly agree on one thing that ever since the creation of mankind on this planet, men and women have been living in... Read more »
Campbell stores from 1820's

Iconic Rocks site gets $32 million upgrade

The landmark Campbell’s Stores at The Rocks, an 1840s State heritage listed warehouse, is set to undergo a $32 million upgrade, following approval from the NSW Government. Minister for Finance, Services and... 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 »

Over 15 Ethnic Cultural Groups taking part in CREF 2016

WA State Premier, WA State Speaker, WA Multicultural Minister to attend CREF 2016 Perth; NSW Multicultural Minister to represent the Premier Countdown starts for the largest multicultural festival in Sydney, Melbourne and... Read more »
“Songlines” at the Sydney Opera House appears on May 27, 2016. Photo by James Horan/Destination NSW via Vivid Sydney

Vivid Sydney Festival: Indigenous art, music and ideas lights up Sydney

Indigenous artists illuminate Sydney Opera House in lights festival Vivid Sydney festival is back – with impressive  light art installations, musical performances and TED Talks-style idea panels. The free winter festival (remember it’s winter... Read more »
A specially choreographed Welcome to Country will be projected onto the Sydney Harbour Bridge’s pylons tonight as the bridge turns into a giant Aboriginal flag.

Australia’s 2016 New Year Fest to celebrate its Aboriginal connection and culture

The connection between Indigenous people and the land will be celebrated as part of this year’s New Year’s Eve celebrations in Sydney. Red fireworks will cascade from the Harbour Bridge pylons while... 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 »
Parramasala Sydney 2012

Parramasala Festival 2015 to coincide with Indian Tourism Week

Parramasala Festival 2015 to be held from 16 October to 18 October in Parramatta NSW Premier Mike Baird and Minister for Multiculturalism John Ajaka have announced details of the much-anticipated 2015 Parramasala Festival. Mr... Read more »

Multicultural NSW Grants Closing Date Extended

Applications for Unity and Celebration Grants, part of the new $1.6 million Multicultural NSW Grants Program, had been extended by two weeks until Friday, 14 November, announced the Minister for Citizenship and Communities... Read more »