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Amazing Grace: Renelle Dances Her Way to the Top of SYTYCD 

RenelleTalented Australian-Filipina Renelle Jones has climbed her way from the Top 20 to Top 4 of Australia's So You Think You Can Dance. The final countdown begins.

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Applause, applause, applause: FLAGCOM turns five 

Strike a poseTime to blow the candles - a Filipino group known for its artistic know-how and gay and lesbian rights advocacy turns five. 

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Party like it's 1986: A Quarter of A Century As a Writer 

Neria Soliman as Pinoy Master Chef 2009Before the word 'foodie' was invented, award-winning chef and cookbook author Neria Soliman was already writing about and celebrating good food. There was one photo in particular that captured her early days.

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Let Me Love You, Nanay Rosa 

Nanay Rosa at 95She is courageous, she is inspirational, she is loved. As Nanay Rosa turns 95, her daughters profess their gratitude for a mother whose unconditional love knows no bounds.

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Outstanding nurses take centre stage in Adhika tribute 

An impressive list of awardees were recognised in the inaugural Filipino-Australian Nursing Awards at a black tie dinner in Sydney last weekend.

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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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The 48-Hour Response Project: First Round of Aid to Haiyan Survivors 

Donors of the 48-hour Response Project have sent $2,000 (79,000 pesos) to Cebu this morning, to be spent on water, basic medicine, candles and matchsticks. Here's the breakdown.

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Preserving my heritage through children’s books 

Book titled We Have It AllAuthor and journalist KRISTYN MASLOG-LEVIS bonds with her daughter through storytelling.

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YouTube Pick of The Week: Malala Yousafzai on education 

Filipinos have all heard the lecture - from their parents, their grandparents and from their relatives - about the importance of going to school. Education is the greatest tool to rise above poverty, but to Malala Yousafzai, it is also a platform for peace.

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Featured Blog: Deborah Ruiz Wall 

Reconciliation is just a word to many, but to poet and photographer Deborah Ruiz Wall, bringing Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australia together is a way of life. 

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