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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
As the mid-term elections in the Philippines loom, the Philippine Consulate releases a list of people who can contact the consulate to make sure their votes count. » more
If you dread public speaking, spare a thought for PNoy who had to deliver five speeches in two days during his visit to Sydney. Michelle Baltazar witnessed all, bar one, and made notes on what made his speeches moving and unforgettable. » more
Sydney-based Australian-Filipina Dr Cen Amores was last month appointed to the Ministerial Multicultural March Advisory Committee (MMMAC), making her the sole representative of the Filipino community in the group. » more
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