• Confucius Classroom Questions

    18:01' 03-07-2018

    Confucius Classroom Questions

    The Chinese Government has spent $10 billion promoting Chinese traditional culture and language around the world. It has set up about 525 “Confucius Institutes” in 146 countries, all controlled from Beijing.

  • Urban Life 44

    18:10' 27-06-2018

    Urban Life 44

  • Immigration Rate Will Continue To Fall

    15:17' 25-06-2018

    Immigration Rate Will Continue To Fall

    Australia’s migrant intake will be lower in this financial year, possibly 25,000 places below the planned figure, the lowest in seven years.

  • The Rising Costs Of Raising Children

    13:09' 20-06-2018

    The Rising Costs Of Raising Children

    Recent estimates of the costs of raising children in Australia show costs have risen substantially over the last two decades, due to changing expectations of what children need to live a healthy life.

  • Don't Ignore The Signs Of Prostate Cancer

    20:24' 12-06-2018

    Don't Ignore The Signs Of Prostate Cancer

    Prostate cancer, which affects the prostate gland, is most commonly found in men. In Australia more than 3000 men die of prostate cancer each year, more than the number of women who die of breast cancer.

  • Federal Eye Turns To Student Success

    20:01' 12-06-2018

    Federal Eye Turns To Student Success

    The Federal Government has released a report by the Higher Education Standards Panel on ways to improve the outcomes and prospects of higher education students in Australia.

  • Student Kidnap Scam Is An Old Trick

    16:36' 29-05-2018

    Student Kidnap Scam Is An Old Trick

    Last month, the Australian Federal Police (AFP) issued a warning about an international scam targeting Chinese students in Australia.

  • Jade Buddha Finds Its Home

    18:53' 22-05-2018

    Jade Buddha Finds Its Home

    A Buddha statue carved from a single block of jade has returned to Australia, to make its home in the Great Stupa of Universal Compassion at Myers Flat, near Bendigo.

  • Australia Ranks Sixth In Asia-Pacific Power

    14:07' 16-05-2018

    Australia Ranks Sixth In Asia-Pacific Power

    The Lowy Institutes Asia Power Index, measuring power across 25 countries in the Asia-Pacific region, puts Australia in the sixth place.

  • Finding The Right Medical Treatment

    13:00' 16-05-2018

    Finding The Right Medical Treatment

    Illness and medical issues affect everyone, but finding the right treatment can be hard if you are not familiar with the Australian health system. This could be the case if you are a newly arrived migrant or an overseas student.

  • “Golden Ticket” Visas Losing Their Shine

    14:21' 09-05-2018

    “Golden Ticket” Visas Losing Their Shine

    Applications are at their lowest levels for significant investor visas (SIV), according to a report in The Guardian. Also known as “golden ticket” visas, SIVs are aimed at overseas investors who invest $5m in certain “complying investments” in Australia.

  • Recycled Waste Has Nowhere To Go

    14:22' 01-05-2018

    Recycled Waste Has Nowhere To Go

    Australias waste recycling system has been thrown into disarray since 1 January, when China imposed import restrictions, excluding 99% of the recyclables that Australia previously sold to China.

  • Exercise Caution When Getting Fit

    18:17' 30-04-2018

    Exercise Caution When Getting Fit

    Gyms are a thriving industry in Australia, with more than 800 new gyms opening in Australia every year by 2016.

  • Prepare Now For The Flu Season

    19:51' 12-04-2018

    Prepare Now For The Flu Season

    The colder months of the year, from April to October, are the flu season in Australia, so now is the time to think about arranging vaccination.

  • New Welfare System “Fairer And Simpler”

    16:51' 12-04-2018

    New Welfare System “Fairer And Simpler”

    The Welfare Reform Bill, which passed in the Senate last month, will make Australia’s welfare system simpler, and provide greater encouragement for people to move into work.

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