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TAFE and local council to offer free 'events management' course  

The Alliance of Philippine Community Organisations (APCO) is encouraging its affiliate association members to take advantage of a free course in events management running  later this month.

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Century Properties Philippines to offer Novotel suites in Manila 

Filipino-Australian investors looking for a familiar property brand to invest in can avail of a new launch offering from Centuries Properties Philippines: Novotel Suites in Manila.

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Marco Selorio wins Auburn Local Business Award 

Marco Selorio, an entrepreneur who gives Filipino youth a platform to showcase their dance talents and love for hip hop music, won the Outstanding Specialised Business of the Year award and was a Finalist for Outstanding Business Person of the Year.

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Get bragging, get paid 

We all learnt the virtues of modesty from Maria Clara, but new research shows that blowing your own trumpet can be the key to that elusive pay rise.

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Cut to the chase: How the Federal Budget affects the Pinay budget 

Hockey who? Budget what? We've taken snippets from the Treasurer Joe Hockey's speech with our initial reaction on what they mean.

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When is a pay cut okay? 

It's the $64,000 dollar question. Or is it $60,000? Here are seven scenarios where taking a pay cut is short-term pain for long-term gain.

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Featured Blog: Five ways to look at your budget after the Budget 

The Government has done its Budget, have you? Financial coach MICHAL BODI shares five easy ways to get you Budget-ready.

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Housing Co-operative With Filipino Vibe Turns Two 

fiesta vibeSedgwick Housing Co-operative celebrated its second year since establishment with a Filipino fiesta vibe.

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$200 voucher up for grabs for five-minute survey 

A community survey aims to gather solid data on how well Filipino-Australians know the various remittance companies in the country.

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Make your remittance dollars work harder: SendMoneyAsia 

MoneyYou can save as much as 2,200 pesos when sending money back to the Philippines simply by logging on to a government-backed information website on remittance fees.

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