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The Philippine Consulate in Sydney spearheaded an information session on the Scarborough Shoal issue. The Australian Filipina was there to capture the moments. » more
Gone are the days when women had to go on hunger strike to make a point, now they do lunch, said the Prime Minister Julia Gillard in her speech launching a nationwide search for Australia’s ‘100 Women of Influence’. » more
In an initiative announced this week, the Government is inviting members of the Filipino community to join a new Ministerial Consultative Committee. » more
Successful store owner one day, aspiring politician the next, Venus Priest hopes to help the Filipino community by entering the inner sanctum of Australian politics. MICHELLE BALTAZAR writes » more
“Of course, Noynoy is the lesser evil among them all. No history of corruption. Villar, he used the money of the people to build hi-ways going to his subdivision in Cavite. He couldn’t even donate a piece of land to build a church, how much more? Ang kanyang pagkakawang-gawa is on TV lang. (His charity is for TV only.)” » more
Fel F., USA
You don’t have to be in the Philippines to have your say on who’s going to be the country’s next president. If you’re eligible to vote, MICHELLE BALTAZAR shows how to make your vote count » more
Filipinos everywhere understand the great privilege that we have in Australia. When we vote, that vote counts » more
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