It was music to the ears of Mr. Lope Pabico to hear a Hygiene and Food Safety Inspector say “You’re the first Filipino to earn this award.”
November 3, 2018 ━ Two hundred Lions from Sydney’s 75 Lions Clubs attended their annual District Convention in the West Tradies Club.
A Diabetes Awareness Information Program was recently conducted by Dr. Julie Nuñez, OAM Dr. Nuñez, a well-known community leader made attendees aware of the prevalence of diabetes in various ethnic community groups.
Marco Andre Selorio (MAS) will present Filipino American Mika Salamanca (pictured above) in a first-ever Philippine homecoming concert tour on Saturday December 1 at the Music Museum in Greenhills, Metro Manila.
It was way back in 1976 when I was asked by an American bank to manage Visa and MasterCard operations in the Asia Pacific Region. Though I had to live in a suitcase, I thoroughly enjoyed the job visiting neighbouring countries in Asia. But being a Filipino, I was particularly interested in the tourist arrivals […]
With the renewed relationship that’s growing between President Duterte and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping, there is a lot of goodwill that has been going on between the two countries.
The Movement Against Tyranny-Australia (MAT) presented a timely discussion on the human rights situation in the Philippines, with a roundtable session held at Western Sydney University last month on Oct. 25.
Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founder Jose Maria “Joma” Sison who is currently based in Netherlands commented that “Duterte’s plummeting approval and trust ratings amid the soaring prices of basic commodities, arrest of opposition leaders, disgruntled elements in the military and the formation of groups opposed to the administration, would hasten the end of […]
Bayan Muna chair Neri Colmenares accused the Duterte administration of treating dissent as a crime, denouncing the arrest of nine members of militant groups in a series of operations by the military.
Nearly a century of marijuana prohibition came to an end as Canada became the first major Western nation to legalize and regulate its sale for recreational use.
You could be fined $60,000 or put in prison if you refuse.
President Rodrigo Duterte admitted that his ‘only sin’ is the extrajudicial killings as collateral damage for his administration’s brutal war against illegal drugs.