Australia Capital now prepared to check Ebola threat

Australia’s Capital City authorities are fully prepared to meet any possible case of Ebola and necessary measures have already been taken, according to a report Tribune International’s special correspondent. When a local... Read more »

Indian scholar debunks ISIS claims about slavery in Islam

Islam does not allow enslavement of civilian population Zafarul-Islam Khan, senior Indian Muslim scholar, who is an alumnus of Al-Azhar and Cairo universities and holds a PhD in Islamic Studies from the... Read more »

In Egypt, an authoritarian regime holds sway again

By Ahdaf Soueif Nine thirty pm in Cairo and sounds of intermittent explosions come through the living-room window. Most people can identify them, but I can’t – yet. They might be gunfire,... Read more »

Turkey’s Boomerang War in Syria

by Burak Bekdil (The Gatestone Institute) At the end of 1998, Turkey threatened to take military action against President Hafez al-Assad’s regime in Syria unless Damascus immediately stopped harboring Abdullah Ocalan, leader... Read more »

Generic marketing won’t work anymore in multicultural Australia

Sydney (Tribune International, Oct 20, 2014): A business luncheon in Sydney has been told that technology had totally changed the face of marketing in a multicultural society. The keynote speaker at the... 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 »

New Minister for Small Business and Regional Tourism

NSW Premier Mike Baird and Deputy Premier Troy Grant has announced the appointment of Monaro MP John Barilaro to Cabinet following the resignation of Andrew Stoner. Mr Barilaro will be appointed Minister... Read more »

FM Julie Bishop congratulates five UNSC members

UNITED NATIONS — Australian Foreign Minister has congratulated the five newly elected United Nations Security Council members. Australian Foreign Minister Ms. Julie Bishop in a statement congratulated New Zealand Prime Minister John... Read more »

$200,000 Funding To Boost Women’s Economic Participation

Investing in Women: Job creation for women in non-traditional Trades More than $200,000 in grants have been announced for successful applicants under the NSW Government’s Investing in Women funding program. Announcing the... Read more »

Saudi envoy welcomes GCC ties with Australia

MELBOURNE — Saudi Ambassador to Australia Nabil bin Mohammed Al Saleh welcomed the convening of Economy and Investment Forum between Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Arab States and Australia. Ambassador Nabil bin Mohammad... Read more »

100 Years on: First Troops Embark for Gallipoli

Minister for Veterans’ Affairs Victor Dominello led the ceremony held in Sydney to mark 100 years since the first NSW troops who served in Gallipoli embarked for Albany, Western Australia on 18... Read more »

Outlining history of Poonch

Knowing the roots of the dispute By Yasmeen Aftab Ali (USA) A friend on Twitter posted on my timeline the following question: ‘Why 110km long border (Poonch Sector) in Kashmir is getting... Read more »

Australian excels in Afghan Army advisory role

By Our Bureau Chief in Islamabad — According to a report received here an Australian Advisor attached with Australian-led 205th Corps Coalition Advisory Team is embedded with the Afghan Army and working... Read more »

Scholarship for Women in International Business 

To encourage exceptional women to the field of business, Australia has announced scholarship for women in business studies. The opening of nominations for the 2015 Beryl Wilson Austrade Scholarship for Women in International... Read more »

Australian Special Forces ready for action in Iraq

Special for Tribune International By A Special Correspondent DUBAI – A 200+ team of Australia’s Special Forces are standing by in the United Arab Emirates to land in Iraq and take part... Read more »

$18 million programme to help small business grow

Small business advisory service providers can now apply for funding of up to $200,000 per annum over three years to provide expert advice to small businesses under the Australian Small Business Advisory Services programme.... Read more »