Australian landmark court rulings Fil-Aussies should know

By Lolita Farmer OAM Here are highlights and compilations of some landmark decisions of Superior Courts of Australia in areas where many Filipino Australians might like to know and of relevance. There are some who find business ventures not so profitable and then find themselves listed in bankruptcy proceedings. The following case gives on insight […]

Engage, Enable, Enrich: That’s Harmony In Action

By Lolita Farmer OAM Three powerful words all beginning with “E” are the key principles of Multicultural NSW starting 2014. The letter “E” reminds me when I was part of the Reorganisation Commission of the Philippine government also in the task of looking into the government structures and agencies. Ours were: Efficiency, Effectivity, Economy. NSW […]

Federal gov’t outlines plans to make Australia safe

By Lolita Farmer OAM Addressing the multicultural media in a weather that was not friendly with rain pouring and strong winds at Strathfield Town Hall, Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Monday August 18 delivered the government’s initiative of counter-terrorism measures to make a safer Australia. Following is the report on the report. Security agencies will […]

NSW Premier Baird in community cabinet visit in Parramatta; ILO adopts new protocol for human rights

By Lolita Farmer OAM With the purpose of giving value to opinions and views of those in Western Sydney on how to strengthen and address some of the challenges in the local area, the newly installed NSW Premier Mike Baird took his entire cabinet to visit Parramatta, the bustling and vibrant city of Western Sydney. […]

Supreme Court rules internet libel constitutional

By Lolita Farmer OAM The controversial Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 is constitutional, the Philippine Supreme Court ruled last month. It took a year for the high court to come down with a landmark decision to the 15 petitioners questioning the legality of some 19 provisions for violating freedom of speech. Only four were declared […]