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Holistic reforms needed to address ...

By SAT News Desk MELBOURNE, 29 July: Australia needs dynamic reforms to take care of the dominance of digital platforms, says the recently ...

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$ 20 million worth 55 kg cocaine ha...

By SAT News Desk MELBOURNE, 26 July: Three Sydney men have been charged today and 55kg of cocaine with an estimated street value of more th...

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Traders fear business losses as Vic...

By Neeraj Nanda MELBOURNE, 6 July: The land, next to the Dandenong Railway Station, including the Little India (Indian prescient) on Foster S...

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King Khan chief guest at the IFFM- ...

By Neeraj Nanda MELBOURNE, 13 June: Indian movie superstar Shah Rukh Khan will be the chief guest at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne-20...

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SCIENCE WEEK: Time and tide – how the Moon and other factors affect our oceans

By SAT News Desk MELBOURNE, 15 August: We all know that tides are influenced by the Moon, but how does that connection work and how...

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Australia to combat online terror content, criminal cyber-bullying and online harassment, ISPs agree to work with govt. on effective content blocking arrangements on terrorist content

PM Scott Morrison with Justin Trudeau and Emmanuel Macron at the G-20 summit, Osaka.Photo: Scott M...

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Kashmiri Pandits: A community in exile finds its voice through poetry

For while the taps run dry, Here in exile, Vitasta (Jhelum) is only a memory- Subhash Kak In their poetry, the Kashmiri Pandit poets ...

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Kookaburra microchip smartball to ‘revolutionise cricket’

MELBOURNE, 13 August: A cricket ball embedded with a microchip stands to revolutionize cricket – and it is being developed in Victoria b...

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Let’s Train Humans First … Before We Train Machines

Sophia the Robot speaking to UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed at UN Headquarters in 2017. Credit: UN Photo/Manuel Elias By Ha...

SCIENCE WEEK: Time and tide – how the Moon and other factors affect our oceans

By SAT News Desk MELBOURNE, 15 August: We all know that tides are influenced by the Moon, but how does that connection work and how can we predict the tides more than a year in advance? They are just two of many questions the Bureau of Meteorology is answering this […]

Kookaburra microchip smartball to ‘revolutionise cricket’

MELBOURNE, 13 August: A cricket ball embedded with a microchip stands to revolutionize cricket – and it is being developed in Victoria by renowned sports equipment innovator Kookaburra. Kookaburra’s SmartBall has been in development with technology partner SportCor for the past two years and was revealed to the cricket world […]

Jaw dropping entertainment at Jurassic Unearthed by Silvers Circus (9 Aug-1Sept, Nunawading)

Now you can have jaw-dropping entertainment for the whole family and is guaranteed to tap into the nostalgia we all hold for a unique circus experience. See Silvers 2019 production for the first time in the world along with everyone’s favorite prehistoric creatures all in one 90-minute international show! Don’t […]

Andrews Labor Government announces $200,000 for celebrating Guru Nanak’s 550th birthday

By SAT News Desk MELBOURNE, 5 August: The Andrews Labor Government has decided to support this year the 550th birthday celebrations of Guru Nanak, the first Sikh Guru with $200,000 grants for organizations and community groups through the Sikh Celebrations and Events Fund. A media release from Mr.Richard Waynne MP, […]

200 days-to-go until ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 as prominent figures show their support

Photo: ICC Woman’s T20 World Cup 2020 By SAT News Desk MELBOURNE, 5 August: The ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 is fast approaching, with 200 days-to-go until the opening match, in which hosts Australia take on India at Sydney Showground Stadium on Friday 21 February. In 2020, Australia will […]