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Greek and multicultural experts respond to Federal Budget

Energy rebates, cheaper medicines, extra assistance for renters, tax cuts and a budget surplus of $9.3 billion were key features of the federal budget delivered by Treasurer Dr Chalmers last …

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Dutton pledges to slash migration to fix housing crisis

Peter Dutton has promised to slash the annual migration rate to 140,000 and cut back international student numbers to address the nation’s housing crisis if elected next year. In his …

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Same-sex book ban reversal ‘a rejection of culture war’

A western Sydney community rejected discrimination when its council overturned a library ban on a kids’ book discussing same-sex parenting, advocates say. Ahead of Friday, which marks the International Day …

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Nick Kyrgios shares tribute to his late yiayia on social media

Tennis star Nick Kyrgios has taken to social media to share a heartfelt message to his yiayia who passed away a year ago. In an Instagram post that featured a …

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FECCA labels 2024 federal budget “a promising step forward”

The Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA) have given a seal of approval for the 2024 Federal budget, believing it greatly benefits people from culturally and linguistically diverse …

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Concerns over how much of $272m will be paid out to taxi, hire drivers in Uber settlement

In March, the class actions against Uber were abandoned when the rideshare giant agreed to a near $272 million settlement to compensate taxi and hire car drivers who lost out …

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Cars driven and set on fire at home of former luxury car dealer Andrew Triantafyllos

Police are investigating two incidents that occurred at the home of Greek Australian Andrew Triantafyllos, which saw two cars allegedly driven into the house before being set ablaze. The incidents …

Power to the people: budget focuses on cost of living

Key points   – Second-straight budget surplus of $9.3 billion – $300 energy rebate from July, aimed at alleviating power bill pressures.– Prescription medication costs to be capped at $31.60 …

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Cumberland City councillor Steve Christou addresses controversial book ban

Cumberland City Council has garnered plenty of attention after banning a book titled ‘A Focus on: Same-Sex Parents’ and other books, though councillor Steve Christou has said that the decision …

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Postal voting begins in Australia for European Elections

The distribution of special envelopes to those registered for postal voting in the upcoming European elections in June is currently underway, with voters required to personally collect and sign for …

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