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Community Co-op to host fundraiser to build a cultural centre 

A group of Filipino-Australians are celebrating Father’s Day with a twist – they are raising funds to go towards building a Philippine Art Gallery and Cultural Centre in Sydney.

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A library called Adhika (Aspiration) 

Books for readingA school in Bicol is vying for the 2014 School District Award in Reading, thanks to books donated by a Filipino-Australian group called Adhika.

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More than 9.6 million people affected - 615,000 displaced: report 

The Philippine Consulate General in Sydney has released information on total number of people affected by the typhoon and how Filipino-Australians can lend aid directly to Philippine-based banks and charities.

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ALFA donates $18,000 to typhoon-ravaged communities in Phils 

Artists and Linked Friends (ALFA) delivered its promise of assistance to the typhoon survivors in Iligan City and Cagayan de Oro despite delayed implementation and setbacks beyond its control.

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What my brother taught me about leadership 

You don't have to read lots of books to find out what it takes to be a great leader. Sometimes the best learnings can be a family affair, writes MICHELLE BALTAZAR.

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A woman's worth 

Next week, more than 100 events will be held around Australia to celebrate International Women’s Day.

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Christmas is not a season for unsafe toys 

Filipina mums, beware. Check that the gifts you give to your children aren’t among the products just pulled out from the Christmas shelves this month for safety reasons.

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When music speaks, a child listens 

When music speaks, a child listensIt’s never too early for a child to start learning or appreciating music. Tina Bangel shares 10 ways to make music a part of everyday family life.

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Festival review: Blacktown on the move 

Festival review: Blacktown on the moveThe explosion of colour and culture at the Blacktown City Festival last Saturday was a sight to behold. It may be winter but on that day, spring was in the air. Long-time resident RODNEY DINGLE shares his diary on the festivities.

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Secret mother’s business 

MumThe average Aussie family has less than three kids, but our parents who grew up in the Philippines did so in large households with enough siblings to form a basketball team – with a reserve bench

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