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Beyond Earth….

During this time of pandemic and upcoming School Holiday here in South Australia, you can check the Australian Space Discovery Centre in  the McEwin Building, in Lot Fourteen on the east end of North Terrace in Adelaide. At the Australian Space Discovery Centre, you can explore the latest innovations in space technologies. Learn about Australia’s … Continue reading


“Are you ok?” is the question being asked across the nation today to remind Australians that every day is the day to meaningfully connect with those we care about and start a conversation that could change a life. To help people navigate the conversation, R U OK? today launched an innovative voice technology resource available … Continue reading

R U OK? calls on Australia to Trust the Signs someone might be struggling with life

National suicide prevention charity, R U OK?, is urging all Australians to Trust the Signs, Trust your Gut, and Ask, “Are you OK?” to support anyone who may be struggling with life’s ups and downs. Thursday 12 September is “R U OK?Day”, a national day of action and a reminder that every day is the right day … Continue reading

LOVE and HOPE: Two powerful forces to prevent Indigenous youth suicide

A new campaign launched as part of the 2nd National and World Indigenous Suicide Prevention conference urges all Australians to help turn the tide of Indigenous suicide – especially among young people and children – through a powerful message of love and hope.  Culture is Life’s LOVE & HOPE Suicide Prevention Campaign [November 9 – … Continue reading

Internet of the Things

What is Internet of the Things? The Internet of things (IoT) is the network of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances, and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and connectivity which enables these things to connect, collect and exchange data, creating opportunities for more direct integration of the physical world into computer-based systems, resulting … Continue reading

Polio still affecting the young

October is Polio Awareness Month, with Polio SA highlighting that while many think it a disease of the past, over 400,000 Australians have had polio at some stage and, with this year’s outbreak in Papua New Guinea, it has never been more important to vaccinate our children against this debilitating disease. Polio Australia will be hosting two large … Continue reading

Shoppers dig deep to spend on Dads

Parental gift gap revealed – Aussies spend more for Father’s Day than Mother’s Day. It’s the age old question, how much is enough to spend on mum or dad? While we may not be able to answer that question, when it comes to whom we spend more on, data from Commonwealth Bank reveals dads take … Continue reading

AFP short film shows impact on those left behind

The Australian Federal Police (AFP) is providing Australians insight into the emotional pain faced by loved ones of missing persons, with a short film launched today marking the 30th anniversary of National Missing Persons Week (NMPW). The week will run from 5-11 August 2018. AFP Deputy Commissioner Neil Gaughan said he hoped the short film – … Continue reading

One day this all will change…..

One of my Favorite reggae Artist of all time is Matisyahu  and one of my favorite song is “One Day ” then I saw on Youtube a different rendition of the song created by Koolulam with 3000 people involved in collaboration  with Beit Hagefen, the Haifa Municipality and the port of Haifa. The song has powerful meaning which … Continue reading

Adelaide Chinese New year’s Celebration

Chinatown’s annual Lunar New Year street party returns to Gouger Street with food stalls, live performances and a traditional lion dance

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