AF Digital March 12

G'day! Hope you're enjoying a great week.


Memorable evening awaits Filipino nurses with more than 30 years of service  

Hands up if your life has been touched by an angel - a nurse, that is.

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Measles Awareness Campaign targets Filipino-Aussies travelling to the Philippines  

Filipino-Aussies travelling to and from the Philippines are at risk of catching measles - find out what the symptoms are and how to avoid the virus.

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All you need to know about measles  

Measles is suspected when a person feels unwell, has a cough, runny nose or sore eyes and a fever followed by a rash. 

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Impormasyon tungkol sa tigdas (measles)  

Ano nga ba ang sintomas ng tigdas? Alamin para sa inyong kapakanan.

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Metro Manila screening in Sydney  

Screening in Sydney later this month is an award-winning film set in the bustling capital of the Philippines.

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Changing of the guards at PCC  

A new board was elected at last Sunday's election of Philippine Community Council of NSW officers.

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More than just a vote: why a community election matters  

A new leader emerges as PCC goes through a process of self-inspection.

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PCC-NSW presidential candidate Jun Relunia appeals for community vote and support  

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.

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Current PCC-NSW president Elsa Collado speaks at Meet The Press  

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.

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Open letter to PCC-NSW affiliates and members by presidential candidate Danny Peralta  

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. 

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Govt awards $1m grant to GK super typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda aid  

The Australian Government has provided a $1 million grant to assist Gawad Kalinga (GK) in the Philippines to provide shelter and livelihood support to those affected by super Typhoon Yolanda.

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