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The International Student Support Network (ISSN) has successfully made its first homestay placement in Sydney. The initiative, which is facilitated by the Australian Homestay Network (AHN), has now been supported by almost 1,000 Australian families who have offered to share their homes with international students significantly impacted by the COVID-19 economic crisis.   AHN connected their first student, […]

After massive hit – “Genda Phool” , Badshah & Payal are back again with soul stirring “Toxic”. Toxic features television’s adorable couple Ravi Dubey & Sargun Mehta. This beautiful song has been written by Badshah & Composed by Payal. With limited resources available , The home shot video has been directed by Ravi Dubey on […]

Animal lovers will soon be able to visit iconic Taronga Zoo again with the NSW Government announcing plans to reopen to the public from Monday, 1 June. Environment Minister Matt Kean said families, animal lovers and dedicated zoo staff would be thrilled by the news, but also urged visitors to use common-sense to ensure community […]

After wrapping up the second leg of their first ever world virtual tour achieving a ‘virtual reach’ of more than 4 million worldwide across the tour, Australian pop music and siblings band The Buckleys, have announced the date for their first ever performance for Indian fans. The band will mark its debut performance for India […]

The NSW Government will allow pubs, clubs, cafes and restaurants to have up to 50 customers, subject to a one person per four square metre rule, and with strict social distancing guidelines from 1 June. NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the move was about safely bringing back thousands of jobs. “This decision has been made […]

Restrictions necessary to reduce the spread of COVID-19 have seen many of our most-loved local restaurants, cafes, pubs and clubs doing it extremely tough. The response to the pandemic has led to stand-downs, staff lay-offs, and left many hospitality businesses struggling to stay afloat. During this challenging time, these venues need our help more than […]

NSW residents will be able to take a holiday anywhere in NSW from next month, with intra-state travel restrictions to be lifted from Monday 1 June, 2020. Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Deputy Premier John Barilaro said NSW citizens will be able take recreational trips across NSW, as long as they maintain social distancing and good […]

Cyclone Amphan, the strongest ever cyclone recorded over the Bay of Bengal, is expected to hit north-east India and Bangladesh today, threatening millions of people in vulnerable communities already affected by Covid-19 outbreaks and lockdown. Millions of people are being evacuated in India and 12,000 shelters have been prepared in Bangladesh to house nearly five […]

Millennials miss the social buzz of an office most, baby boomers and Gen X are most worried about job security and almost one third of Australia’s work force face economic hardship as a result of the economic crisis triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic. That’s the findings of a new pulse survey of over 400 Australian […]

Parking The City of Sydney is doing its best to respond appropriately to the impacts of Covid-19 (coronavirus), while putting the safety of our residents, workers and staff first. Following decisions from the National Cabinet and NSW Government to ease coronavirus restrictions in a staged approach, we have reviewed parking conditions across the City.Feedback from residents and […]

Centenary Institute researchers have examined the critical role of human enzymes and the coronavirus in a newly published scientific review article that explores potential strategies for COVID-19 disease treatment and management. The review article published in the prestigious ‘Journal of Diabetes’, seeks to explain how the human enzyme dipeptidyl peptidase (DPP4), which is a driver […]

Friday 15 May 2020: UNSW Business School has partnered with Australian actuarial and strategic analytics consulting firm Finity to map vulnerable populations in Australia who are at severe risk if they contract COVID-19. Researchers say the results will help make decisions about selectively lifting lockdown or social distancing measures which will enable a balanced approach […]

The NSW Government will fund temporary crisis accommodation for stranded international students as part of a $20 million package protecting the vulnerable and maintaining the State’s track record as a leading global study destination. Minister for Skills and Tertiary Education Geoff Lee said helping international education meant helping the whole State of NSW. “International students […]

NSW residents are being urged to check if they are eligible for a portion of the millions of dollars waiting to be claimed through Revenue NSW. Minister for Finance Damien Tudehope said more than $442 million in forgotten money was sitting with Revenue NSW, including share dividends, trust accounts, refunds, commissions, deceased estates and money […]

Seventy percent of Australia’s sporting clubs, arts and cultural organisations, community groups, welfare services and youth services have described themselves as “threatened” by COVID in a new national survey released Friday May 15. The deadly impact of COVID-19 on Australia’s 600,000 community organisations has been revealed by a survey showing the $146 billion dollar sector […]