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A school in Bicol is vying for the 2014 School District Award in Reading, thanks to books donated by a Filipino-Australian group called Adhika. » more
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. » more
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. » more
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. » more
Next week, more than 100 events will be held around Australia to celebrate International Women’s Day. » more
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. » more
It’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. » more
The 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. » more
The 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 » more
Motherhood is the toughest ‘hood you’d ever join as a woman, but raising kids, despite the chaos, is infinitely rewarding, writes VERONICA STEWART-MONRO. » more
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