From the moment Shubha began singing, accompanied by Aneesh and Sudhir, we were transported to a higher plane – that of one where only the soul resides.
Harmony Day panellists spoke about their personal experiences with cultural clashes in the Australian media.
Mini interviews with speakers and guests from the Harmony Day Panel.
Local leaders from Rwanda, Syria, Tibet and Taiwan united in peace prayer yesterday in front of hundreds gathered at Brisbane’s Harmony Day Festival in Springfield Central.
Speakers from ethnic interest groups, representatives from mainstream and alternative media and interested parties joined in a spirited discussion about the lack of news coverage given to smaller groups within Australia and what those groups can do to resolve this issue.
“Our concerns, celebrations and creations are just as Australian as our white and English speaking counterparts.”
A $1.4 million shortfall in Federal Government funding for digital community radio stations is simply not enough for all stations in Australia to maintain their services.
Welcoming in the Chinese New Year in Surfers Paradise.
ChilOut, is fighting for an end to children in detention.
A new centre in Inala, Brisbane that looks to bridge the health gap