After huge success in Sydney & Melbourne Chand Raat Eid Festival coming to other cities

Sydney (Media Release from CREF): The popularity of Chand Raat Eid Festival (CREF) events in Australia is growing year by year. The event which started in 1998 with 250 visitors and 15... Read more »

Over 10,000 people at Australian Halal Expo made history

Sydney (Tribune International Report): People were queuing in hundreds before the gate opened at 10am for the first Australian Halal Expo held yesterday (Sunday) at Fairfield Showground. Over 100 exhibitors with lots... Read more »

Avalon Airport confident of a future even if Jetstar flights end

Avalon Airport chief executive Justin Giddings believes the airport will survive even if Jetstar pulls its five flights a day to the Lindsay Fox-owned facility. The current agreement between Jetstar and the... Read more »

Mike Baird promises new trains and ferries for Parramatta with $100 million boost

SYDNEY (Australia) – Western Sydney commuters are being promised more express trains to the city and extra ferries under a re-elected Baird government. Though commuters would have to wait until 2017 or... Read more »

Chinese New Year 2015 celebration in Australia

On Chinese New Year Festival, Sydney is hosting an enthralling three-week festival beginning from Feb. 13 and ending on March 1. The festival will feature more than 80 events and is... Read more »

Sydney-Singapore first route for Singapore Airlines’ new premium economy class

Singapore Airlines has selected Singapore-Sydney as the first route for its new premium economy product to be installed on its fleet of Airbus A380s and Boeing 777-300ERs from August. The carrier joins... Read more »

MP Jai Rowell announces $250,000 boost to mental health services

The NSW Government’s decision to boost training on mental health for youth workers in regional and rural areas across the state is expected to improve the lives of thousands of young people... Read more »

Petrol dips below $1 a litre in Sydney and Melbourne

Prices in Melbourne fall to six-year low Petrol prices have hit a six-year low in Melbourne and in some parts of Sydney as the price of fuel dropped to 99.9 cents at some service stations.... Read more »

Australia announces Memorial to Sydney siege victims

Remembering the victims of the Lindt Café Siege Sydney – A permanent memorial to the victims, hostages, police and emergency workers involved in the deadly Lindt Café Sydney siege will be constructed... Read more »

Sydneysiders warned not to give money to fake monks

Sydney – NSW Fair Trading Minister Matthew Mason-Cox has warned people to be on their guard against scammers posing as Buddhist monks. “Fake Buddhist monks have once again hit the Sydney streets,”... Read more »

Dominello’s condolences for victims of Peshawar School massacre

I offer my deepest sympathies and condolences to the families and friends of the victims of the Peshawar school massacre in north-west Pakistan. This callous and brutal crime has resulted in the... Read more »

Recitation of Holy Quran for the Martyrs of Peshawar in Sydney

Sydney (Tribune International): Pakistani Community in Australia is in deep grief and pain due to the inhumane, barbaric and terrified massacre of 141 people including 130 children in a school in city... Read more »

United in Grief: Floral tributes for victims of the Sydney siege

Sydney mourns siege victims Sydney (Tribune International 16 Dec 2014): Martin Place – a place that endured much despair and terror only yesterday during the Lindt cafe siege was transformed today into a... Read more »

17-hours siege ended, 2 hostages dead, culprit killed

Sydney (Tribune International 16 Dec 2014): An Iranian background, Haron Monis, 50 years old, self-made Sheik, who already had 40 criminal charges in his account and was on bail was the culprit... Read more »

Western Sydney primed for Development

NSW Government unveils 8000 new Jobs as well as more roads and schools State government’s new metropolitan strategy, released by Planning Minister Pru Goward today, include $30 million investment in roads, building... Read more »

Rebuilding NSW: $8.9 billion to boost Sydney’s Transport System

The new infrastructure project of about $8.9 billion is termed a game-changer, one that would transform Sydney forever, announced NSW Premier Mike Baird and Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian. “Sydney’s future lies in building a... Read more »

Multicultural Marketing Awards recognize Business Leaders

Greater Western Sydney Giants Football Club was named as the winner of the Big Business Award at the Australian Multicultural Marketing Awards for its success in promoting the Aussie Rules Football to... Read more »

Contributions of Australian Muslims recognized at Sydney Conference

The Sydney Muslim Conference brought young people together from diverse cultural backgrounds and highlighted how Islam plays a positive role in a harmonious society. The Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Social Services, Senator... Read more »

NSW Government unveils 11,000 new housing sites in Sydney

Around 11,000 new houses, along with parks, shopping areas, road upgrades and schools, are part of the new housing plans that would boost Western Sydney’s housing and job market. Minister for Planning... Read more »

Sydney’s St Vincent’s Hospital marks 30 years of excellence

St Vincent’s Hospital achieves Historic Milestone in Drug and Alcohol Treatment One of Australia’s first and best respected drug and alcohol treatment centres celebrated a significant milestone as Sydney’s St Vincent’s Hospital... Read more »

Registration of Sydney migration agent cancelled

Migration agents are being warned to act lawfully following the cancellation of the registration of a Sydney migration agent, said the Assistant Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, Senator the Hon Michaelia... Read more »