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RGIT victorious over ASQA, unveils vision of introducing new courses

Melbourne based vocational education and training college Royal Gurkhas Institute of Technology has won its case against Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). In May, ASQA had filed a case to deregister RGIT, questioning its student services. In response RGIT had applied for a stay order at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal and an immediate deregistration was held off which allowed them to...


PNG police enter Manus asylum centre, Australia confirms

Police in Papua New Guinea (PNG) have entered a former Australian-run detention centre in a bid to get asylum seekers who remain there to leave, the Australian government has confirmed. Hundreds of men have refused to leave the Manus Island centre since it was shut down on 31 October, citing fears for their safety. On Thursday, the men inside the centre said that PNG police had given them a ...


Australian school apologises for 'suggestive' saint statue
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Australian school apologises for 'suggestive' saint statue

An Australian school has covered a statue from view because of its potentially suggestive depiction of a saint handing a loaf of bread to a boy. The Catholic school in Adelaide apologised on Wednesday for the statue, which was completed recently. The sculpture, portraying St Martin de Porres, was widely criticised after images of it were posted online. The unfortunate position of the loaf...


Nepal Idol top 3 contestants arrive in Australia for their month long Australian Tour

After taking Nepal and U.K. by the storm, Nepal Idols top 3 contestants, Buddha Lama, Nishan Bhattarai, and Pratap Das have arrived in Australia along with program host Sushil Nepal. The Australian tour is a little over a month spanning eight Australian cities. Buddha Lama upon arrival thanked the people for the overwhelming support they received in Britain, and said he believed they would garner ...


Ninth Australian Parliamentarian to resign over dual-citizenship
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Ninth Australian Parliamentarian to resign over dual-citizenship

A ninth Australian parliamentarian will be unseated by a dual citizenship saga, as Senator Skye Kakoschke-Moore, from minor party the Nick Xenophon Team, has said she will resign after learning she inherited UK citizenship from her Singapore-born mother. Australias constitution bans federal politicians from having dual citizenship. The saga has claimed the jobs of eight other politicians sin...


Mature white crocodile spotted in Australian river

An uncommon sighting of a mature white crocodile has excited tourism operators in Australias Northern Territory. The reptile, nicknamed Pearl, was spotted on the Adelaide River near Darwin on Sunday. One witness, a local conservation enthusiast, estimated the crocodile was about 3m (10ft) long. The reptiles pale appearance is caused by hypomelanism - having a low amount of the pigment mel...


Nepal Idol top 3 coming to your Australian city, Sydney to entertain 5000 guests in Olympic Park

Are you from Sydney or Melbourne? Have you seen the poster of Nepali Idol concert to be held in various Australian cities? Are you excited? Nepali version of the international franchise Nepal Idol will showcase its three finalists, winner Buddha Lama, runner-up Nishan Bhattarai, and second runner up Pratap Das, in Sydney on the 1st of December at Olympic Park. Not only that, because the program...


Australians vote "Yes" to same-sex marriage

The results of Australias voluntary postal vote garnering opinions of the public towards same-sex marriage is officially out and Australia has voted YES. 61.6% of people voted in favour of same-sex marriage. Social media has been in a frenzy since, supporters are seen celebrating in public, the rainbow colours high and proud. The issue only went to a voluntary postal vote after a long and bitt...


Australia Awards: 26 Nepali students receive scholarships to study in Australia

The 2018 intake of Australia Awardees have been finalized and twenty six students from Nepal will be commencing their graduation studies in Australia in January 2018. Out of the 26 Australia Award recipients, 13 were awarded to women, and two to people with disability. The Australian Ambassador to Nepal, HE Peter Budd congratulated the students and reminded them that they have been selected for...


Ambassador Sherpa and Foreign Minister Bishop meet, discuss students, trade, and a possible state level visit to Nepal

A high level meeting between Her Excellency Nepali Ambassador to Australia, Lucky Sherpa and Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop was held on Thursday at the Australian Parliament House. When revealed in the meeting by H.E Sherpa that a high profile Australian Ministerial visit to Nepal had not been done yet, Foreign Minister Bishop was shocked. She has said that she has a desire to visit Nepa...


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