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Australian opposition party leader Bill Shorten extends Dashain greetings
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Australian opposition party leader Bill Shorten extends Dashain greetings

Australias opposition Labour Party leader has extended greetings on the occasion of Nepali festival Bada Dashain. The Partys federal parliamentary leader Bill Shorten extended the best wishes to all Nepalis saying Bada Dashain is the biggest festival of Nepali people.With increasing Nepali population in Australia, Australian prime minister and opposition party leaders have been giving importance t...


Chitwan Samaj Australia welcomes Dashain with a cruise party
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Chitwan Samaj Australia welcomes Dashain with a cruise party

Chitwan Samaj Australia has welcome Dashain with fervour - a cruise party. The cruise started from Dockland and for fours hours, party people sailed watching the Melbourne skyline and the vast ocean. Around 300 guests were present and had a good time dancing to Nepali music and enjoying Nepali food. Societys President Som Gurung said that this was the second time Chitwan Samaj Society hosted a cru...


Radar Failure causes chaos in Sydney Airport
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Radar Failure causes chaos in Sydney Airport

All flights out of Sydney Airport were delayed on Monday morning due to a radar failure at air traffic control with a reduced amount of arrivals and departures commecning after the outage. Hundreds of passengers have been affected after the technical issue hit around 5am on Monday, on the first day of the NSW schools holidays. All flights at Sydney Airport are currently grounded until furthe...


Commonwealth scraps $2 ATM Fee, ANZ, Westpac, and NAB follow suit

Amidst growing concerns of customer complaints regarding the $2 ATM withdrawal fee for withdrawing from other banks, Commonwealth on Sunday decided to scrap the fees and make it free for its customers to withdraw money from any national ATM they wished to. The other three big banks of Australia, ANZ, Westpac, and NAB followed suit. The banks have been receiving high praises from its customers via ...


Swotantra Pratap Shah as a candidate for NRN Youth Coordinator

Queensland resident, Swotantra Pratap Shah has decided to contest for the post of NRN Global Youth Coordinator in the upcoming eighth NRN Global Conference. Talking to MNTV, Shah said his primary agenda is to develop leadership qualities in todays youth. And via this, he wishes to channel skill development in the youths of Nepal. Shah has already served three tenures as the Vice President of NRN A...


Nepalese Embassy and NRN Australia meet to discuss and promote Nepali community interests

A formal meeting has been conducted in the Nepalese Embassy, Canberra between NRNA President Tonnou Ghothane and Her Excellency Lucky Sherpa. Present in the meeting were Deputy Chief of Mission Rajendra Pandey, Vice Presidents of NRNA Rajan Prasad Dhungel and Nanda Gurung, NRN Secretary Deb Bahadur Gurung, Members Adarsha Jung Pandey and Suresh Regmi. In an open and friendly discussion, top pri...


Nepalese Embassy in Canberra celebrates National Day 2017

The Nepalese Embassy of Australia has celebrated National Day 2017, on the occasion of the 3rd Consitution Day of Nepal. Held in the local Hellenic Club, Canberra, the chief guest was Lyndall Sachs, Chief of Protocol at the Dept. of Foreign Affairs. Also present for the celebrations were high level officials of the Australian Government, ambassadors of other nations, and various other diplomats. ...


The highest paid CEOs of Australia

The Australian Council of Superannuation Investors (ACSI) CEO Pay in ASX 200 Companies August report was released last month and has some interesting revelations. The average realised pay for ASX100 Chief Executives $5.7 million. This includes bonus and shares. The ACSI annually examines reported and realised pay for CEOs in the ASX200. Reported pay is the amount companies must declare in compa...


Prof. Tulsi Diwasa's lines echo in Melbourne, Hon. Consul General Yonzon in deep admiration

To mark the 103rd birthday of revered writer and a visionary politician, an interactive session was organised by B. P. Chintan Pratishtha Australia in collaboration with Sahityik Jamghat on the 17th of September at Coburg Cafe Restaurant.The session was graced by highly acclaimed poet of Nepal, Prof. Tulsi Diwasa. Attendees, including Hon. Consul General Chandra Yonzon and his wife were mesmerize...


Business Chamber to be established in Melbourne to increase Nepal-Australia trade

In a bid to promote Nepal - Australia relations, newly appointed Nepalese Ambassador to Australia Her Excellency Lucky Sherpa held a meeting with the heads of the Consualte office of different states of Australia. In a bid to increase bilateral relations, it was suggested that an official Business Chamber be established in Australia to promote trade and business relations within the two countries....


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