Mary Sinanidis

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Australia’s Acting Immigration Minister Tudge offers good news, bad news and clarifies visa misinformation

The coronavirus crisis has spawned uncertainty in the best of cases, but more so for multicultural communities – especially visa holders. Australia’s Acting Immigration Minister Alan Tudge has been fighting …

Life

Greek ‘resilience’ captured through the lens of David Krasnostein

When photographer David Krasnostein AM first put together his book ‘A Resilient Spirit: Greek Life During the Lost Decade’, it was supposed to be the study of Greek resilience in …

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Coronavirus could see a temporary dip in real estate prices but “people will always need shelter”

The impact of coronavirus has yet to trickle through to house prices with rises across the nation of  0.7 per cent last month. Data analysts, however, state that it was …

News

Who will pay for a chunk of the coronavirus crisis? Landlords, that’s who

As economists are bracing themselves for the next global depression on the back of the coronavirus crisis, Australian landlords are preparing to bear the fallout from the first economic tsounami …

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Australia’s schools encouraged to stay open – but not everyone agrees

The Federal Government’s battle plan to tackle the coronavirus pandemic includes aggressive measures in many sectors, however stops short of school closures. Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison told the nation …

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Visas, tourism, citizenship to Australia in the coronavirus age

New rules are applicable to foreign nationals in Australia – both visitors as well as visa and citizenship applicants – as part of coronavirus restrictions. Tourists Acting Minister for Immigration, …

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Scott Morrison unveils his coronavirus battle plan: no lockdown, looking for long-term solution

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the government is expecting the coronavirus will last for at least six months. “We are going to keep Australia running … it won’t look …

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Coronavirus changes life as as know it: PM Scott Morrison addresses the nation

An ‘unstoppable avalanche’ of coronavirus cases around the world are changing the way people interact, work, entertain themselves and travel – even pray. Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison addressed the …

Dialogue

Women closer to equality

The decision to take a photo of all the women at the Neos Kosmos office ahead of International Women’s Day (IWD) prompted all manner of reactions. Clearly, it’s a day …

Dialogue

UN Gender Social Norm index shows that 90 per cent of people are biased against women

Have you ever felt talked over, ignored or just plain pumped to a pulp (metaphorically speaking)? Chances are, you’re more likely to have experienced this at some point if you’re …