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Thousands of asylum-seekers are set to be released into the community this year without the right to work.
A large group of Sri Lankan Tamils was expected next week. She said changes to the bridging visas were behind the influx. Melbourne refugee services were "bursting at the seams", meaning regional areas were increasingly attractive as settlement areas.
When Kasim Mosawi arrived in Australia from Afghanistan last year, he was keen to give something back to the country that had given him a new chance at life.
Politically, socially and culturally, Victorians are a breed apart from other Australians. Parochialism aside, Melbourne isn't some backwater; it's Australia's fastest growing city and, by some accounts, will be its largest in a little over a decade.
THE federal government is likely to reveal another big blowout in managing asylum seekers in next Tuesday's budget.
THOUSANDS of asylum-seekers, including women and children, face being left without any financial support from the government and without any right to work, when Labor begins processing
Asylum seeker families will be released into the community with no work rights and just minimal financial support, under changes announced by Immigration Minister Brendan O'Connor.
The Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria welcomed today’s announcement of a 20% budget increase for Victoria’s multicultural communities. Of particular satisfaction was the announcement of $1.
On Sunday 5 May, hundreds of the Carlton Football Club’s newest supporters attended their first game of Australian football at the MCG. International students and newly arrived migrant students from all over the world helped cheer for the Blues as part of the “I AM New Blue” program.
Door-to-door salespeople should be banned from public housing estates to protect residents from unfair and illegal sale techniques, according to a new report.
Did you know this week is National Volunteer Week?
Did you know we've had 70 entries from refugee artists for this year's Heartlands Refugee Art Prize?
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