Jaipur and Adelaide signs MoU on smart cities initiatives

Jaipur and Adelaide signs MoU on smart cities initiatives

Jaipur Development Authority and the City of Adelaide on 9 October 2017 signed an MOU on cooperation in the field of smart city initiatives. The MoU was signed at Adelaide by Mr. Vaibhav Galriya, Jaipur Development Commissioner and Mr. Mark Goldstone, CEO of Adelaide City Council in the presence of Hon. Zoe Bettison, MP, Minister […]

Together We Can, Together We Will: Labor Women’s National Conference 2017

Together We Can, Together We Will: Labor Women’s National Conference 2017

Three hundred and seventy women participated in Labor women’s conference held in Adelaide National Wine Centre on 16-17th June 2017 which was hosted by South Australian Labor wing. Women from around the country attended the conference which included women Minsters, MPs, branch members and union representatives. From NSW nearly 40 women had participated. The conference […]

FICSA: Promoting the welfare of migrant communities

FICSA: Promoting the welfare of migrant communities

By Umesh Nagasandra Federation of Indian Communities of South Australia (FICSA) is a multi-cultural, non-political and non-sectarian federation. Our mission is to help, support, train & build, stronger, self-reliant and resilient ethnic migrant communities. Our programmes and activities include education, arts, culture, language, sports, employment training, sustainable development and empowerment of our women, children, youth, […]

‘Discipline must for overall Fat loss’

‘Discipline must for overall Fat loss’

Willbur Glenn Colaco is a former Environmental Scientist, currently works for Local Government Council as an Environmental Officer & pursues his passion of Health & Fitness part-time after work. Willbur is also a co-author & International speaker on topics like Universal Laws & Rudraksha Science dealing with Spirit, Mind, Body Balance. Recently, he took a […]

Vedanta Centre opens in Adelaide

Vedanta Centre opens in Adelaide

A Vedanta Centre has reportedly opened up in Burnside suburb of Adelaide, the capital of South Australia. Its recent launching celebrations included bhumi-puja, vastu-puja, Ganesha-puja, bhajan-kirtan, Vedic-puja, cultural-program including classical dance-music, discourses and community-meal, reports suggest. Adelaide area is said to have hosted visiting Swamis of the Ramakrishna Mission since the late 1970s. Meanwhile, Hindu […]

A vote for Tony is to vote for a brighter future and growth

A vote for Tony is to vote for a brighter future and growth

By Nancy Choudary Tony has lived in the north-eastern suburbs of Adelaide since early childhood, attending Pooraka Primary School and Enfield High School. He began full-time work in 1969 with the ANZ Bank. From 1976 to 1980, Tony was employed as a research officer to Senator Jim Cavanagh. Between 1981 and 2007, Tony part-owned and […]

‘Kannada Rajyotsava 2015’ Organized by Adelaide Kannada Sangha Inc

‘Kannada Rajyotsava 2015’ Organized by Adelaide Kannada Sangha Inc

This year Adelaide Kannada Sangha Inc organised “Rajyotsava 2015” on 7th November 2015 at Slovenian Community Hall, Dudley Park. The aim was to show case the rich culture of Local Kannada Community particularly youth. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Rajyotsava 2015, the organisation had the Dana Worley, State Member of Parliament, representing their […]

Children’s Day organised by Federation of Indian Communities in South Australia (FICSA)

Children’s Day organised by Federation of Indian Communities in South Australia (FICSA)

Children’s Day organised first time in Adelaide by Federation of Indian Communities in South Australia. All their events are open for members and non-members. They aim towards unity in diversity by uniting all the regional associations of Indian diaspora in South Australia. At the cultural children’s festival, Bollywood performances, flavoursome curries, traditional dress and a […]

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