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It is a Black Tie ball that doesn’t require a black tie, but, gentlemen, wear a ‘barong’ if you please and, ladies, show us what the ‘terno’ is all about. » more
The Australian Filipina is urging the community to support a talented Aussie-Pinay in her quest to become one of the AVON VOICES and be onstage with her idols, including Diane Warren and Lea Salonga. » more
The team behind "The Folding Wife" brings the streets of Manila alive in a new performance arts project that explores the landscape, history and culture of Manila - all within the four walls of a building in Sydney's west. » 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
Sydney Kings basketball star Julian Khazzouh said he’s never tasted Filipino cuisine before, and he’s just waiting for a dinner invite. » more
Australian Fiipina asks film buff Natalie Palomo what she's planning to watch at this year's Sydney Film Fest. » more
It’s a global talent search that launched a thousand dreams, including that of Australian-Filipina singer Veronica Monro who made it to the first round of ‘Avon Voices’ after singing an Aretha Franklin classic. » more
One of Sydney’s best-kept secrets is an art gallery of a world-famous painter situated only minutes away from the Circular Quay train station. » more
What do you do when someone cuts in on your lane while you’re driving? Do you tear your hair out, cuss the driver or whip out a voodoo doll? Here’s a suggestion: just breathe. » more
Desperate to take a break from the rat race, ERICA ENRIQUEZ went on a quest to find out what else she can do with her time on Earth and landed high up in the Andes teaching little Peruvian kids how to speak English. » more
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