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The Filipino-Australian community in collaboration with Adhika, community groups, and award-winning writer Merlinda Bobis will celebrate the resilience of women and girls in a program called 'Lakas Adhika' in time for International Women’s Month (IWM) in March. » more
Welcome to the inaugural issue of my monthly column on how to get the job that you’ve always wanted. » more
About a thousand people marched together in the Walk for Respect event held on Sunday, May 25 in Lakemba. » more
It may be the 21st century but society must remain vigilant in protecting racial equality. » more
A group of Filipino-Australians joins the growing chorus of people strongly opposed to changing the Racial Discrimination Act. » more
A new leader emerges as PCC goes through a process of self-inspection. » more
The PCC of NSW should be dynamic - in that it can adopt to changing environment and circumstances, writes JUN RELUNIA, presidential candidate in the upcoming PCC-NSW elections. » more
To lead PCC, one needs to have a tenacious character to withstand all the challenges and constant criticisms thrown at the organisation, writes ELSA COLLADO, in her closing speech at the Meet-The-Press last Sunday. » more
At its current condition, PCC cannot effectively function as an advocacy organisation, writes DANNY PERALTA, in his open letter to PCC members ahead of the association's election this weekend. » more
Meet the local community press at the Art Pavillion of this year's Fiesta Kultura. » more
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