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Extreme weather hits Victoria, 1400 SOS calls has been responded
Source: Agencies

Extreme weather hits Victoria, 1400 SOS calls has been responded

Victorias State Emergency Service has responded to more than 1,400 calls for help after wild weather caused havoc across the state. There was flash flooding in several Melbourne suburbs on Thursday and the heavy rain caused flight delays and disrupted metropolitan and country rail services. The roof of a Frankston house collapsed and SES state duty officer Andrew Murton said several motorists ha...

‘Tag a mate, Bring a mate’ campaign for Nepal Festival 2016 Melbourne chapter

Nepal Festival 2016 Melbourne Chapter is drawing close and preparations are in frenzy. In a program organised on Saturday, NRN Australia stated the preparations that have been made till date. Almost 34 community organizations, including Nepalese Association of Victoria were a part of this discussion to make the festival a grand success, said Keshav Kandel, NRN Australias Vice President and Vict...

Melbourne gears up for Nepal Festival 2016, grand preparations ongoing, invites being sent out

After a big bash in Sydney and Brisbane, Nepal Festival 2016, Melbourne is fast approaching. It is scheduled for the 17th of December and festivities shall be ongoing all day. Nepal Festival is held every two years and can be safely said the biggest Nepalese community festival in Australia. Nepalese in Melbourne are urged to visit and support the festival. Amongst activities there shall be spo...

NAYA celebrates 3rd year of establishment and bids farewell to cricketer Sandip Lamichane

Nepalese Australian Youth Association (NAYA) has entered its third year of establishment. In a program organized to mark the timeline, members got together at Ashfield Park to congratulate each other for their continuous hard work and to formulate strategies for effective implementation in the future. NAYA welcomed and honoured NRN Vice President Kumar Panta during the program. The program was...

Thousands attend Nepal Festival 2016 Sydney Chapter
Source: MNTV News

Thousands attend Nepal Festival 2016 Sydney Chapter

After a hit in Brisbane, Nepal Festival Sydney 2016 has been an official success as well. With thousands of attendees, Sydney side Nepalese had immense fun at Darling Harbour on Saturday. The next chapter will be held in Melbourne on December 17th. Thr program started at 10 a.m. and the chief highlights were Nepalese band Kandara and other artists such Sugam Pokhrel, Anju Pant, and Manju Poudel...

Mr. Nilambar Acharya, Constituional Law Expert visit Consulate office

Mr. Nilambar Acharya, Constituional law expert visited Nepal Consulate office of Victoria on Saturday, 19 November 2016. He was felicitated by wrapping the Khada or the silk shawl by Mr. Chandra Yonzon, the Hon Consul General of Nepal to Victoria. An interaction programme was also conducted jointly by the Consulate office and Jana Samparka Samiti Victoria, where the participants raised their qu...

Nepal Festival fever is officially on: Nepalese FM in city, meeting Julie Bishop and Bill Shorten tomorrow

Nepal Festival fever is officially on with the Himalayan nations foreign minister Prakash Sharan Mahat arriving in Sydney Wednesday evening. He was received at the Sydney International Airport by a number of Nepali Congress (Nepals oldest and largest political party) activists based in Australia. Organisers of the Festival and the acting Nepalese ambassador in Canberra were also at the airport to ...

Australians urged to 'go home on time'
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Australians urged to 'go home on time'

Economic analysts estimate the average Australian employee works more than four-and-a-half unpaid hours every week. National Go Home On Time Day is a campaign aiming to highlight the amount of unpaid overtime worked in Australia. Analysts at the Australia Institute say its time for workers to stand up against what it calls the theft of their time. On National Go Home On Time Day, employee...

Nepal Festival: Mere momos and dohori or it actually promotes Nepalese culture in Australia?
Source: SouthAsia News

Nepal Festival: Mere momos and dohori or it actually promotes Nepalese culture in Australia?

The first edition of Nepal Festival, a biennial event held in several Australian capital cities, has just concluded in Brisbane. The most important event of the fastest growing migrant community of Australia is hosted by the respective State Coordination Councils (SCCs) of Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA), a global body currently presided over by Melbourne-based education tycoon Shesh Ghale....

Nepal Festival 2016 Brisbane chapter a huge success
Source: MNTV News/ Images: Kiran Khanal

Nepal Festival 2016 Brisbane chapter a huge success

The first chapter of the Nepalese festival which is held in Australia every two years has been successfully held in Brisbane on Saturday the 12th of November. The festival is held with a mission to increase bonding within and outside the community in a festive spirit. The chief guest of the program was Queenslands multicultural minister Hon. Grace Grace who along with NRN ICC President Shesh Ghale...

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