As seen on the November 2019 issue of The Philippine Sentinel A woman says she has found a needle hidden inside a grape in Melbourne’s west in yet another incident reported to police of sharp objects discovered inside a fruit. Victoria Police is investigating the matter after a photo posted on Facebook showed a grape […]
by Neria Nidea-Soliman as seen on the June 2019 issue In commemoration of our forthcoming Philippine Independence Day Celebration on June 2019, I am most obliged to write about our most popular and most loved Pinoy Pan De Sal which is also called Pan de sal Almusal or Agahan (breakfast bread). To our Filipino Spanish […]
Mostly Catholics, Filipinos start attending a series of Eucharistic celebrations on December 16. This dawn mass is called ‘Simbang Gabi’ (night worship) as it is still dark when most churches open for Catholics to attend mass.
Aptly named, Fiesta Kultura 2018 was a festivity of culture indeed. Philippine Culture was once again at its best last 1st October 2018 at The Fairfield Showground in celebration of the 30th anniversary of Sydney Grand Philippine Fiesta Kultura.
MELBOURNE, Australia — The pungent smell of a rotting durian fruit in an Australian university library has been mistaken for a gas leak, prompting an evacuation of the building.
I wish to share with the readers of this paper my studies and research on foods that prevent cancer. Even after 40 years of intensive research by doctors and scientists, cancer has remained the mysterious killer and scourge of the century.
For the past 25 years, Ms Neria Soliman has made it a point to do experimental cookery at least once a week. She has created recipés from meat to dessert and drinks, some of which have been published in her second book “Cooking with Neria.”
Ms. Camille Trigo, majority stakeholder of Mix n Match Restaurant, announced the opening of a new bakeshop in Doonside NSW. The location is very close to the train station and right across the restaurant which is at the corner of Hill End Road and Doonside Crescent.
It is 12:00 midnight. Noise becomes deafening; church bells ring; city skies explode in gold, pink, green and blue as kids and families gape in awe. The animated banging and clanging of pots and pans increase; the karaoke stops for the one full minute — vehicle horns fill the air.
Bad news for bacon lovers: Eating processed meats — including bacon, sausages, and hot dogs — can increase your risk of colon cancer, according to a report issued by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Honey is now expensive because of several things. One is that of the drought. Then many beehives were lost in the various bush fires. Also, the bees are disappearing overseas and the various pests of the bees are arriving here.