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NSW Health is urging residents to take active measures to stay safe and healthy over the summer break by ensuring medical prescriptions are filled and the 24-hour Healthdirect helpline is kept on hand to reduce stress and inconvenience if family members do become ill while travelling. Senior Medical Advisor for NSW Health, Dr Jan Fizzell, […]

90 per cent of Australians believe they’ve seen an increase in economic disparity due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 89 per cent of Australians believe there is an evident, growing social divide, including increased privileges between the ‘haves’ and ‘have nots’ due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 93 per cent of Australians believe that where a person […]

An Australian-first data project has identified close to 30,000 different pathways from education to work and the factors that impact employment and earning outcomes, so students can make informed career decisions. The NSW Government today unveiled the Pathways for the Future Pilot Project Sumary Insights report, which maps the work and study trends of 3.5 […]

From the cool and stylish rising stars of the Delhi underground hip hop scene, Rish and Yawar, comes their latest fun, chill party track, “Praise”. Composed by music director Moit, this song is set to get you vibing and grooving and Praising the special one in your life. Audio Credits: Singer: Rish, Yawar Lyrics: Rish, […]

Technology leader Microsoft, University of Technology Sydney and Macquarie University will join forces with TAFE NSW to pilot the State’s first Institute of Applied Technology for Digital Technology, a new revolutionary education model. Premier Dominic Perrottet today unveiled the partners of the Institute of Applied Technology (IAT) for Digital Technology, which is under construction as […]

A new survey by leading strategic insights consultancy, Nature, has uncovered that while most Australians believe social media is not authentic, it still dictates their social, political, and mental well-being, with our younger generations being the most at risk of adverse effects. The research shows that social media is taking its toll on the nation in more ways […]

The NSW Government is reminding parents and grandparents to exercise caution when buying toys and other children’s gifts this Christmas. Minister for Better Regulation and Innovation Kevin Anderson said that leading into the Christmas period, it is important shoppers are aware of the risks of purchasing dangerous toys. “It is fantastic to see Australians embracing […]

Over two thirds (69%) of singles aged over 35 mistakenly believe they’re getting ‘too old’ to date, and a similar number (47%) struggle to find compatible matches. One in four (25%) Aussies also say it’s harder to date when you have children, with the costs of childcare and a lack of free time believed to […]

‘khoya sa’ is a soulful new-age pop song that will make you experience the feelings of romance, nostalgia and love at first sight. AUDIO Singer : KASYAP Music Composition & Production: KASYAP Live Bass: Vaibhav Pani & KASYAP Backing Vocals: Riya Duggal Lyrics: Murtuza Gadiwala & KASYAP Mix/Master: Hanish Taneja VIDEO Styling Partner: Bombay Shirt […]

The NSW Government is developing plans to create Australia’s greatest urban walking trail stretching along the Harbour foreshore from Lady Macquarie’s Chair, past the Opera House and Bridge, through Barangaroo and returning via the CBD. Dubbed the Sydney Great Walk it will connect major tourism locations and attractions and feature at least two loops with […]

The summer holidays just got even better for New South Wales residents, with two additional $25 Dine & Discover vouchers rolling out for eligible customers from today. Treasurer Matt Kean said new applicants will receive three Dine NSW and three Discover NSW vouchers, while existing customers will receive one of each. “The NSW Government’s $250 […]

The City of Sydney will play host to choirs, roving performers, live music and a glittering array of decorations from tonight, as part of a Christmas program celebrating the return of people to the city centre. “We know this year has been particularly hard on Sydneysiders, both for our residents and business owners, following nearly […]

The NSW Government has updated the roadmap for easing restrictions after the State reaches the 95 per cent double dose vaccination target or 15 December, whichever comes first. Adjustments to previous settings scheduled for this milestone include: · Masks will only be required on public transport and planes, at airports, and for indoors front-of-house hospitality […]

International tennis stars are set to return to Sydney, with confirmation the ATP Cup and the new, one-off Sydney Tennis Classic will go ahead in January. Minister for Tourism Stuart Ayres welcomed the announcement by Tennis Australia that the tournaments will be held from 1-9 January 2022 and 9-15 January 2022 respectively, helping reinvigorate the […]

abillion, the world’s fastest growing platform for reviewing plant-based food and products, has assessed global cities based on how much they have embraced plant-based lifestyles, their commitment to green policies, as well as greenhouse gas emissions and waste generation. This research has helped us determine the 10 best cities in the world for conscious citizens. […]