Sydney Workshop on Food Management during Ramadan

Sourced Content Yusra Hadi Sydney, May 19, 2017 The Federation of Australian Muslim Students and Youth (FAMSY) Australia invited Mariam Ardati from Muslim Aid Australia (MAA) to present an interactive workshop on Wednesday May 10, 2017 in Sydney Australia. The Workshop was designed to educate people on how to reduce food waste and provide them with practical tips and creative…

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Drugs are primarily health issues, not legal

Peter Dunne Wellington, May 19, 2017 Recently, the Police, with significant sponsorship from the Ministry of Health, hosted a major Australasian conference on alcohol and drug policy. It attracted an impressive collection of international speakers, including Michael Botticelli (a man whom I have known and worked with for a number of years) who was the head of President Obama’s National…

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Fiji gets $1.3 million for Climate Change Conference

Supplied Content Wellington, May 19, 2017 Climate Change Minister Paula Bennett and Foreign Minister Gerry Brownlee announced today that New Zealand will provide $1.3 million to support Fiji’s presidency of the United Nations Climate Change Conference later this year. “At last year’s conference in Marrakech, Fiji was selected to take up the role of president of this significant event. This…

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Joint Research Centre for Chinese language at Massey

Supplied Content Wellington, May 18, 2017 The development of innovative online Chinese language programmes for learners across the Pacific region is at the heart of a new partnership between Massey University and Beijing Language and Culture University. A joint research centre in applied linguistics is the first of its kind for language education run jointly by the Chinese government and…

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