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| November 22, 2019

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Australian indian News & Updates in Melbourne, Sydney, Australia

Australians Report Cybercrime Every 10 Minutes

October 16, 2019 |

As recently reported by the Australian online security watchdog. Australian citizens are reporting cybercrimes every 10 minutes. Since the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) launched its online security portal in July, it has received over 13,400 reported … Read More

Thousands of Migrants Stuck Waiting for Over a Year for Citizenship

October 15, 2019 |

Recent news reaching us has revealed that obtaining Australian citizenship is now becoming technically difficult. Several migrants from the UK, India, and China were faced with a waiting time over a year – approx. Four hundred ten … Read More

Australia Records Highest Number of Visitors in A Year, Thanks To Indians

October 14, 2019 |

Recent tourist data revealed that the arrival of Indian tourists to Australia have increased by 11 percent. Amidst sluggish economic situations, the county has witnessed the most significant number of short-term tourist within a year, thanks to … Read More

Australia To Stop Issuance Of Permanent Residency To Applicants That Can’t Prove Their Stay in Regional Australia

October 14, 2019 |

The Australian government has announced that it will no longer issue permanent residency permit to an applicant who cannot prove their stay in regional Australia.

It has been confirmed by David Coleman, the Australian Immigration Minister, that the … Read More

Nonsensical Traffic Fines Sucking Drivers Dry

October 11, 2019 |

The Australian Taxpayers’ Alliance, the nation’s largest grassroots advocacy group representing taxpayers asked the Queensland government to use common sense when enforcing traffic laws.

“A Queensland cop hit Brock Harris with a $173 fine for the … Read More

Smoking Banned in Some Parts of Melbourne by New Council Regulations

October 8, 2019 |

Are you running out of puff? Smoking is now prohibited in some parts of Melbourne effective from Friday 4th October. The ban on smoking came under the new council regulations, and anyone caught breaking the rule faces … Read More

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