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Community volunteer group Gawad Kalinga has launched an appeal calling Filipino-Australians to provide food packs to those affected by Typhoon Sendong, which has reportedly killed more than 650 people. » more
Filipino-Americans and Filipino-Canadians are protesting China’s plan to drill for oil in the Spratly Islands territory of the Philippines this month. Local community leader Neria Soliman gives her reasons why the Filipino Australian community should join the global protest. » more
Award-winning international singer-songwriter Kerrianne Cox will be speaking at the July 9 forum. She is a Traditional Owner for the James Price Point area and an elected leader of her community - what's little known is that one of her mentors and inspiration, her grandfather "Lulu" Paul Cox, has some Filipino ancestry. » more
It would be impossible to learn everything about Aboriginal culture overnight, but Deborah Ruiz Wall, OAM, a long-time Indigenous rights advocate, gives Australian Filipina a hand, with answers to our basic questions. She believes everyone should know the facts surrounding the proposed gas plant project - a disastrous outcome won't just hurt the Aboriginal community in the region, it will hurt us all. » more
Aboriginal people are still deeply divided over the development of a $30 billion liquefied natural gas processing plant at James Price Point on the pristine Kimberley coast despite a vote for the proposal. » more
In Broome, seasons are divided into six, not four. In the traditional way, Indigenous people believe that every living thing has a season, and a ‘good’ and ‘bad’ about it. People have to know the difference. » more
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Filipinos aged 16-34 from around the globe are invited to take part in a leadership summit to be held in Manila and Palawan in September. » more
The Australian Filipina takes a peak at the diary of Violi Calvert on her attendance of the APCO Freedom Ball. » more
If you’re in Sydney next month and want to know what it’s like to be in a party where women wear the traditional Philippine ‘terno’ and men, the classic ‘barong’ , why not attend one of the Independence Day Celebrations hosted by the community associations? » more
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